When it comes to maintaining a facility's synchronized time system, industry changes might mean the brand of clock you use is no longer available. Thankfully, even if your brand is no longer being manufactured, you should still be able to find a replacement clock that works with your system. Because odds are, American Time still makes it.
Time keeps on slippin', slippin', slippin'
The number of companies offering synchronized clocks has dwindled over the past 30 years, from a high of 15 to fewer than five today, according to Scott DeSmith, product application specialist for American Time. Knowing this, it's more and more likely you'll one day need to replace a brand of clock that's no longer being made.
Rest assured, when a clock manufacturer stops making what you need, you're in good hands—pun intended. It would be understandable for those on a system with clocks that are no longer being manufactured to worry about finding replacement clocks, but, sure enough, you can still find the clock you need, even after the company runs through its remaining inventory. That's because American Time makes replacement clocks that are designed to work with many other brands and systems.
American Time makes replacement clocks that are compatible with the following brands: Cincinnati, Dukane, Edwards, Faraday, Honeywell, Lathem, MidWest Time, National Time, Notifier, Sapling, Standard Electric and Stromberg.Read More