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IP Ethernet Clock Kit, Integrate with the SIP Speaker, Flush Mount

£229.00 Ex VAT

The Flush mount POE Clock System is IP based and uses the Ethernet to operate. The IP Clock System is completed when mounting a CyberData SIP Speaker to it. This forms a professional and highly effective visual time display and a Mass Notification device. (SIP Speaker not included)

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Product Description

The IP based POE Clock System is made up of the IP Flush Mount Clock and IP speaker (IP Speaker is sold separate). There are different versions of SIP Speakers available to mount. The IP Clock system is a highly effective real time visual display unit. With is embedded SIP Speaker, it forms part of your Event and Emergency PA System.

The IP Speaker integrates to the Local Area Network. You can utilize the existing Cat5e/Cat6 cabling infrastructure already in place. The IP Clock is powered directly from the SIP Ceiling Speaker.

Features

•Easy wall or ceiling installation
• Powers from the IP Speaker (1 x cat5e)
• Mounting kit included
• Electrogalvinized steel construction
• RoHS compliant
• Keyhold for easy installation
• Cable Channels Top & Bottom
• 2.3-inch sized digits
• 12 or 24 hour format
• NTP time source
• Battery backed up real-time clock
• Auto ambient light adjustment
• 2 year warranty as standard
• Requires the CyberData IP Speaker

One of the most popular features of the Ethernet based POE clock system is the ease of set up. Once converged to the network you can configure the parameters through its web-page settings. All CyberData SIP enabled IP endpoints we distribute are HTTP programmed.

The IP POE Clock System is synced by NTP. Network Time Protocol is a networking protocol for clock synchronization between computer systems and servers over packet-switched. NTP was developed and first deployed in 1985, NTP is one of the oldest Internet protocols in use.

Data Sheet PDF

Installation Guide PDF