Sapling School Clocks: a System Integrator’s Dream Come True

System integration is a key component in practically every modern construction project or renovation out there. Without the appropriate integration, various electrical systems, such as school clocks, within a campus can fail to work properly and efficiently. To combat these important issues, integrators are choosing advanced school clocks, such as Sapling’s, for their various educational facility projects. Some of the most important factors System Integrators consider when doing so are described below.

Three key components System Integrators are looking for in School Clocks…


Interfacing Ability:


Choosing school clock systems that are capable of working with other various systems within a building can be extremely important for a system integrator. The product they provide customers must make controlling several systems at one time as simple as possible. For this very reason, Sapling provided school clocks are ideal. With a Sapling clock system, other systems such as air conditioning, heating, alarms and bells can each tie into the master clock, allowing each system to be controlled through the master clock’s Web Interface. This ingenious advantage allows users to schedule the activation of those various systems all through one location via an internet connection.




Getting more bang for your buck is extremely important to a system integrator in today’s cost sensitive economy. Offering value to customers when choosing school clocks for a facility is essential for the success of the integrator. That is exactly why system integrators choose Sapling for their construction needs. Thanks to Sapling’s wireless school clock technology, purchasing a synchronized timekeeping system is a financially sound choice. Sapling’s patented wireless system eliminates the need for wiring and does not require the purchase of an FCC license. These school clocks can be battery operated, last for 5-8 years without replacement, and do not require the periodic repurchase of an FCC license, saving you thousands both upfront and in the long run.




When it comes to school clocks, a system integrator wants to offer customers a highly dependable system. Because of the nature of education facilities, accurate time is an integral part of their functionality and is expected to occur without the disruption of day-to-day activities. System integrators know that they can count on Sapling’s school clock system to do just that. Sapling’s master clock will use either a GPS or NTP input to receive extremely accurate time and send this data out to all subsequent school clocks for correction on a regular basis. Furthermore, each wireless school clock will act as a transceiver, meaning it both sends and receives a time signal while significantly increasing each clock’s ability to receive a signal.