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The ESE LX-5112 is a wall mount analog clock with a 12" viewing diameter. The units are designed to operate as time code readers, stand-alone clocks, or impulse clocks. They can read, decode, and display time information from most any master clock or other source of time code. A rear-mounted DIP switch permits the clock to display time as received from a source of SMPTE/EBU, ASCII, or ESE Time Code.
After a simple "set-up" procedure and receipt of time code, the unit automatically sets itself to the exact time and continuously slaves to the time code. If time code is lost, an error indicator is lit and the clock continues counting while referencing an internal crystal time base. Other user-defined modes of operation allow these clocks to be synchronized to a master clock with a 1 PPS alternating 12 or 24 VDC "Favag" type output, or to be set to real time and allowed to run based on its internal crystal oscillator. The second hand is completely silent and can be programmed for "Sweep" mode or "Step" mode.
The initial set-up allows the unit to have its hours and minutes offset to that of another time zone. Also, since the clock can continuously track time code, there is no need to twice annually compensate for daylight saving time (assuming the Master Clock automatically adjusts itself accordingly).
Simple Setup; self-setting with time code input
Reads ESE, ASCII, or SMPTE/EBU time code
Stand-Alone, Impulse, and Reader modes
Second hand can be set to sweep or step
12" diameter clock face
Viewing distance: 60'
Time Zone offset
Time code loss indicator
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Maximum Viewing Distance
60' (18.3 m)
SMPTE/EBU: 10 kOhms, balanced or unbalanced, 100 mVpp to 10 Vpp; ESE: TC76, TC89 or TC90, 120 kOhms, unbalanced; ASCII: 120 kOhms, unbalanced; Impulse: Alternating 12 VDC