4 in (10.2 cm) 9-Digit LED Display Panel (red or blue)
- 9-digit LED display - colors available in red, green, blue or amber
- Automatically detects IRIG-B, SMPTE 12M, 309M, 24/25/30 fps, 29.97 drop frame
- Display time in 12 or 24 hr format - hh:mm
- Display date mm-dd or dd-mm
- Adjustable brightness levels with auto-dimming option
- Fully configurable Daylight Saving Time parameters
- Custom case color and logo available with minimum quantity order
TCDS49 Digital Clock
The TCDS49 digital clock syncs to IRIG-B, SMPTE and EBU time codes for accurate traceable time. Each unit configures to time zone and daylight savings time parameters. WinDiscovery software is included.
SpecificationsTCDS49 Digital Clock
- BNC female
- 3-pin terminal block
- USB for configuration
- DC input - 2.1 mm female
- IEC Stnd A/C Power
- Choice of: IEC AC or DC (24 VDC)
- International IEC AC 90-240v, 50/60 Hz
- Power consumption <15W
- Temperature: 0 to 60°C
- Humidity: Up to 90% (non-condensing)
- Black powder-coated steel chassis
- Size: 42w x 6.5h x 2.3d in (106.7w x 16.5h x 5.8d cm),
Weight: 9.0 lbs (4.0 kg)
- FCC, ROHS, CE Marked, ANSI
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