Bodet's Synchronised Clock Systems Automate Spring Clock Change
The clocks go forward at the end of the month, but you could be saving time and money automating this process with a Synchronised Clock System
British Summer Time begins on Sunday 31st March, when the clocks go forward at 1am signalling the start of Daylight Saving Time.
On large sites, clocks are often spread over multiple buildings, and can be mounted high on walls requiring access equipment to reach. This makes adjusting individual clocks very time consuming. With clocks needing to be changed twice a year, this can soon cause maintenance costs to soar. Bodet's Synchronised Clock Systems automate this process for you, saving you time and money as well as offering additional benefits.
Bodet's Clock Systems use a master clock to synchronise time across your whole organisation, increasing efficiency. Some clock models can take advantage of existing cabling to offer PoE (Power over Ethernet). Wireless clock models are also available which minimise disruption where cabling may be an issue, for example in older properties. We also offer outdoor clocks which can display time on a playground or sports arena.
Bodet’s Synchronised Clock Systems can also be part of a five-in-one solution which includes lockdown alert, class change or shift change, PA functionality and music streaming. A master clock also gives you the ability to automate additional facilities systems such as heating and lighting.
Our expert staff have conducted many installations at educational facilities, so we are aware of the pitfalls of sites spread over multiple buildings, and know how to ensure your master clock signal is received by all slave clocks.
We would be happy to conduct a site survey to suggest the right Clock System Solution for your organisation. Please contact us to arrange this.