LUX26 Multi-Color Digital Clock
2.3 in (5.8 cm) 6-Digit Multi-Color LED Display Panel
- 6-digit digital clock with multi-color LEDs
- Create an unlimited number of custom colors or select from a pre-configured list
- Syncs to any NTP or SNTP source for accurate time
- Optional time code input
- Time line can be set to alternate showing time and date
- Adjustable brightness levels with auto-dimming option
- Visibility: 100 feet (30 meters)
- PoE or AC power
Multi-Color Digital Clocks
Masterclock’s new 6-digit multi-color digital clock, the LUX26, includes an array of state-of-the-art features that outperform other digital clocks on the market. The 2.3-in (5.8 cm) kaleidoscopic LEDs can be configured to display an unlimited number of custom colors.
It can sync to a Network Time Protocol (NTP), Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP), or time code* (*optional) source for accurate time, as well as be configured to any time zone offset or Daylight Saving Time parameters. Never miss out on a DST change again!
Its 6-digit digital display also has adjustable brightness capabilities and an auto-dimming option for all the many varied color choices in its repertoire. Included is a PM indicator and time format can be displayed as 12- or 24-hours in hour, minute, and second segmentation - hh:mm:ss. Date can be displayed as three variations - mm:dd:yy, dd:mm:yy, or yy:mm:dd. Visibility for this model reaches out to 100 feet (30 meters).
SpecificationsLUX26 Multi-Color Clock
- Ethernet RJ45
- USB for configuration
- IEC A/C Power (if AC powered)
- 3-pin terminal block (differential time code input)
- BNC (single-ended time code input)
- Choice of: AC or POE
- International IEC AC 90-240v, 50/60 Hz
- POE (Power over Ethernet IEEE802.3af)
- Power consumption <15W
- Temperature: 0 to 60°C
- Humidity: Up to 90% (non-condensing)
- Black powder-coated steel chassis
- Size: 17w x 3.5h x3d in (43.2w x 8.9h x 7.6d cm),
Weight: 8.0 lbs (3.63 kg)
- FCC, ROHS, CE Marked, ANSI
- 86,700 - 100,000 hrs
- Calculated using Fixed/Ground Mil HDBK 217 assumption
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