Synchronizing Analog Wave Ceptor Clock With My Own Time Signal


Analog clock is a wave ceptor type. But in Sri Lanka, radio frequency time signal isn’t available. So I’ve  generated my own time signal to synchronize the analog clock with my other digital clocks.

As you could see in the video below, it automatically set the hands for the precise time.

 

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About pasanlaksiri

I am K.G. Pasan Laksiri Karunanayake and founder of OptoElectronics.lk. Since 2011 I have specialized in designing custom electronics for industrial applications. Over the years I have engineered a broad range of custom industrial products. When I work with a client I place a very high value on integrity, honesty and clear communication. With years of field experience I have learned that all business relationships are personal relationships. The more I know about the client and his project, the more I can contribute to a successful end product. After I learn about the client requirement I always give them the better understanding and clear picture about, how the end product will function in real world. In addition to the client requirement, I also offer lots of options, features and improvements. And I always very concern about the end product quality.
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