What's New

What's New

What's NewThe latest news and information about National Time & Signal Products, Projects, and Service.

Introducing New Clock Selection Guides

Monday, March 20, 2017

Sourcing a clock system might seem overwhelming, but our new clock selection guides are here to make the decision easy. Whether you are replacing existing clocks, adding on to an existing clock system, or installing a new clock system, we will help you find the ideal clocks for your needs. Join us as we walk you through an introduction to clock systems, a guide to choosing a clock system, and a set of sample systems.

Check out the clock selection guides now!

Now on Amazon: Spectrum Battery-Powered Wi-Fi Clock

Thursday, December 8, 2016

We’re pleased to announce that the Spectrum Battery-Powered Wi-Fi Clock is now available for purchase on Amazon. This clock is perfect for filling gaps in clock coverage in your school, hospital, or business. It also excels as a universal replacement for older clocks that are no longer functioning. Our Android App makes configuration a breeze, and it can connect to your existing 2.4GHz 802.11 Wi-Fi network. Purchase one today for a no-risk trial and experience the easy setup and hassle-free operation of the simplest wireless clock in the industry!

Introducing Battery Powered Wi-Fi Clocks

Thursday, September 15, 2016

National Time and Signal has leveraged its century of experience and history of technological advancements to set the industry's new benchmark for Wi-Fi clocks. The TiMEWISE™ clock's lowest power consumption, easy setup tools and monitoring capabilities will change the perception of battery powered Wi-Fi clocks.

Introducing the new universal "Spectrum" clock

Tuesday, May 3, 2016

The SPECTRUM series analog clock operates on a wide range of wired clock system types. From historical 3-wire synchronous systems to 2-wire midnight resets to 2-wire On-Demand reset systems, from 24V to 120V -- the SPECTRUM Series has it covered. The energy efficient design uses less power than previous systems allowing longer wire distances with less power supplies. An on-board microprocessor monitors the hand position to ensure accurate time display and does not require any user intervention to re-calibrate the hand location like others.

Introducing TIME WiSE™ WiFi Clocks

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Why install and debug a proprietary wireless clock system when you can use your own WiFi wireless network? Guaranteed precise time throughout your facility or campus and NO EXTRA costs for controllers, transmitters, GPS antennas or repeaters!  Unlike other wireless clock systems, our WiFi clock system provides 2-way communication to verify signal strength and operation.  Read More.