Adjusting Frequencies

The Sapling Company has been engineering and manufacturing synchronized clock systems for over two decades. One of our most popular synchronized clock systems is our wireless clock system, which encompasses a master clock and multiple secondary clocks. The secondary clocks receive the time signal wirelessly from the master clock to display the accurate time, correcting as regularly as every minute if necessary.

Sapling strives to engineer their clock systems with the end-user in mind. One of the most unique features of our wireless system is our patented frequency-hopping technology. In order for any wireless system to transmit time from a master clock to secondary clocks within a wireless system without a Wi-Fi connection, they must transmit on a certain frequency range. Sapling’s wireless system has been engineered in a way that nearly eliminates the possibility of interference with any other wireless devices a facility may be utilizing. If our clocks detect interference on a specific frequency, it can “hop” to a different frequency to ensure that our clocks receive the most accurate time possible.

Another benefit to choosing Sapling’s wireless clocks is that the system operates on the 915-928 MHz frequency range. This range is considered an open frequency range and does not require the end-user to purchase an FCC license to operate the wireless clock system throughout a facility. With a Sapling wireless system, there is no need to shell out additional money to renew your FCC license or spend valuable time filling out the paperwork.

Sapling proudly engineers and manufactures synchronized clock systems using the best technology available. For any additional questions about our wireless clock system, or any of our other technologies, please contact us directly.