How a Wireless Clock System Can fit your Budget

By browsing through our website and blogs, you may have come to the conclusion that a synchronized wireless clock system is just what you have been needing in your facility. If you have recently planned out your yearly budget, you may still be wondering how a wireless clock system might fit in. It can be beneficial to nearly every type of facility in terms of organization and scheduling. Luckily, a wireless clock system can also be cost-efficient.

One of the main benefits of a wireless clock system is right in the name—no wires mean a significant decrease in installation costs. Before, you may have had to spend the money to hire someone to install the system, which would have included running wiring throughout the entire building. This, however, is no longer necessary. With a wireless clock system, installation is easy and anyone can do it. Simply remove the pin from the back of the clock, place batteries into the battery pack, and hang your new clock on the wall.

Once your clocks have been installed, there are additional ways to save money. As mentioned previously, many wireless clocks are battery powered. This method of power will help to decrease your electric bill. Furthermore, there are steps you can take to decrease the amount of money you spend on batteries for your clock system. The alkaline batteries used in Sapling clocks typically have a battery life of 5 years; however by setting your clocks to economy mode, you increase the length of your battery life to 8 years, meaning that you replace batteries less often, and therefore purchase fewer batteries over the lifespan of your wireless clock system.

Additionally, with a Sapling Wireless Clock System, you are not required to purchase an FCC license. Many clock systems require that you purchase, and then renew at an annual cost, a license to operate wireless signals within a certain frequency range. However, Sapling Wireless Clocks operate on the 915-928 MHz frequency, which is considered a free, unregulated range. By not needing government licensure for our products, that is one less annual cost and set of paperwork for you to have to worry about.

As you can see, the purchase of a wireless clock system can fit into your yearly budget thanks to its low cost-per-unit as well as some of its features. By setting your clock into economy mode, not only are you saving money on wiring, but you save money on batteries as well. Additionally, no need for government licensure means eliminating that annual cost. If you’ve decided that a synchronized clock system is right for you, don’t hesitate to call our sales team to further discuss how a wireless clock system fits into your budget.