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  • From Justin Town on Precision Digital PoE Clock 2.5" x 4 Red Digits

    Great clocks. Strongly recommend these to anyone. Great quality and crystal clear to read from a distance.

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  • From Robert Dodson on Precision Digital PoE Clock 2.5" x 4 Green Digits

    This is a solidly build and good looking digital clock that is easy to use and works as advertised. Just plug it in and you have perfect time. For more adjustments it does have a web interface. I am thinking now about getting one in white letters with seconds for my office.

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  • From Kelly Beale on GPS NTP+PTP Network Time Server (TM2000A)

    We have two of these devices. One of them works great but it is outside a co-location facility so we have a clear view of the sky.
    The on in the co-location facility we continue to struggle getting a signal. Placed an antenna on the roof and still cannot get it to work.

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  • From Nate Monie on GPS NTP Network Time Server (TM1000A)

    I have been looking for an affordable solution for time syncing our servers for some time now, and the TM1000A seems to fit the bill quite well. It locked onto GPS within 2 minutes of plugging in. I’m a happy camper!
    The only thing I would change is being able to factory reset the device without having to take the front plate off. I haven’t needed to do this yet, but having a reset button (like most every other device out there) is such a a simple thing to design into the product… well, nothing is perfect.

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  • From Nate Smith on GPS NTP Network Time Server (TM1000A)

    This is a good entry-level NTP source. I have used ours for over 2 years and made some discoveries about the operation. It is not good as the only NTP source on your network, the reason is that if it loses satellites, or power and is just coming on line, it will give a very wrong date value. I had an APC UPS management card pointed to the device and when it went offline the UPS would report dates in 2032 or some such. (APC is part to blame here) This device is better used to discipline a computer clock that can keep decent time on it’s own. I also wish the GUI would give the time in UTC or whatever when it is refreshed. Even with these minor caveats the TM1000A is a good, inexpensive GPS NTP time source to keep times in sync with the rest of the world.

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  • From John Bordelon on Precision Digital PoE Clock 2.5" x 4 Green Digits

    Perfect size. POE works flawlessly along with time accuracy.

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  • From Landon B. on GPS NTP Network Time Server (TM1000A)

    Very easy-to-use device that works great out of the box. I needed a Stratum 1 time server that syncs all computers on my network to within 1 ms, and the TM1000A fits the bill perfectly.

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  • From Gilbert Y. on GPS NTP Network Time Server (TM1000A)

    This is the perfect solution for the small to mid sized business that requires an accurate time clock. Even large businesses could deploy a few of these and do well with them. The unit is easy to set up and start using. It has all the important features you can think of including external antenna jack and serial port. The price is right as well, and they have plenty of accessories available to complete a professional installation.

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  • From Adam Maciejewski on Precision Digital WiFi Clock 2.5” x 4 Red Digits

    Purchased this for a busy cafeteria. It’s very easy to read and was extremely easy to set up. Great product.

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  • From Kaleb Gilliland on Precision Digital WiFi Clock 4” x 4 Red Digits

    I have had this clock up and running for about one month now at our business. Setup was simple and straightforward. Mounting the clock is simple as well. Make sure you use a tape measure and level. The clock LED’s are bright and easy to read. Ours is mounted fairly high up on a wall in a gym. No problems seeing it. The time is correct as I have verified it a few times against our NTP. Overall, a simple straightforward solution for a clock you can setup once and not have to worry about. Ended up purchasing another one in a smaller size for our cafeteria. I was able to hide the antennae in the input cutout behind the clock to give it a more sleek appearance.

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