Transitioning to Better Technologies with Wireless Clocks

Facilities all across the U.S. are making big strides in the technology used in their building or campus. More effective security cameras are being installed, advanced locking systems are being utilized, and professionals that work within these facilities are working more efficiently because of such new implementation. One system, however, that should not go overlooked when attempting to enhance the technical abilities of a given facility is a wireless clock system. Wireless clocks, when purchased from The Sapling Company, have many capabilities that the faculty and staff of any facility will find most useful. Let’s outline a few of those helpful features that Sapling’s wireless clocks have to offer to institutions of all kinds around the country.

1. Interfacing Capability

One of the greatest features about Sapling’s wireless clock system in any institution is their accuracy and reliability. In comparison with many older and commonly failing wall clocks and systems, the time displayed on Sapling’s Wireless Clocks all throughout the building will be consistent, and the occurrence of failing clocks will be non-existent. However, with budget cuts and the need for funds in many other areas of a facility, managers or decisions makers may be hesitant to uproot their entire existing system with the replacement of a brand new wireless system. For this situation, Sapling’s Wireless Clocks will work flawlessly, or in other words, are able to “interface” with the older system. This means that for every clock that fails in an existing system, a wireless clock from Sapling can replace and assume that older clock’s location and power source and work in the building around all the existing clocks in the system. This means that when the facility is fed up with the faulty clocks in their building or campus, replacing an entire system is not the only solution to the problem.

2. Total Coverage

When facilities get to a point where they have replaced most of their older clocks with Sapling’s Wireless Clocks, or they chose to install a brand new system from the beginning, users of the system will reap the benefits of total wireless coverage throughout their building. How is this total and complete coverage obtained? This is done through Sapling’s built-in repeaters. The built-in repeaters come standard in each Sapling Wireless Clock. Their purpose is to both receive the wireless signal from the source, and then re-transmit the same signal out to other clocks in the vicinity. With all wireless clocks in the system performing this act, the signals coming and going from each clock create a “mesh-network”, allowing no clock in the building to be out of range of the signal. With this feature, the facility can guarantee that building size as well as most forms of structure will not pose an issue to the wireless signal. Additionally, the user will avoid any extra expenses from purchasing multiple repeaters—an accessory used with clocks that do not have built-in repeaters.

As facilities in the U.S. gravitate toward more high-tech devices in their building or campus’, the decision makers and managers of these facilities should keep in mind what they can achieve with a wireless clock system from Sapling. By either making the gradual switch from an older system, or simply installing a new one, wireless clock systems from Sapling will prove themselves as the right decision for any facility.