WORLD’S MOST ACCURATE CLOCK—THE CLOCK THAT REPLACES EVERYTHING
Clock is accurate to 1/10,000 of a second at all times. Use for the receiving of samples, noting the exact time an event occurred, supporting documentation, providing a standard for a location’s other clocks, maintaining ISO 9000 certification, and for the myriad of occasions when knowing the exact time is immensely valuable.
LARGE LCD SHOWS ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FROM A DISTANCE
LCD digits, 1-1/4-inch-high, are readable from over 10 feet. Display includes a signal reception strength indicator and a U.S. map showing the user-selected time zone. Night-vision electro luminescent backlighting permits viewing in total darkness. Traceable® Clock has a settable alarm. For noisy areas, the alarm increases in intensity and volume until turned off.
A DIRECT, RADIO-CONTROLLED LINK TO NIST’S ATOMIC CLOCK IN BOULDER, COLORADO
Traceable® Clock functions as a radio receiver whose internal computer processes the NIST signal received from Boulder, Colorado; Signal received is directly from the world’s most accurate timekeeper, the National Institute of Standards and Technology. NIST’s atomic clock is accurate to one hundred billionth of a second. It automatically adjusts the clock for daylight saving time, leap year, and leap seconds (earth rotation wobble corrections).
An individually-numbered Traceable® Certificate provided with each unit, assures accuracy from our ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (1750.01) calibration laboratory accredited by A2LA. It indicates traceability of measurements to the SI units through NIST or other recognized national measurement institutes (NMI) that are signatories to the CIPM Mutual Recognition Agreement.
Traceable® Certificate, bench stand, and batteries
Type of Sensor
Sensor Wire Length
Stripped Leads Length
Number of Measuring Points
Number of Events
Number of Sensors
Min/ Max Memory
Ambient Temperature Range
0 to 70°C (32 to 158°F)
Ambient Temp Resolution
Ambient Temp Accuracy
20 to 85%
±3% mid range
radio signal from NIST’s Colorado atomic clock automatically sets correct date/time; calendar displays month/date, day, back-lit display