[time-nuts] Affordable PoE 6-digit time displays?
paulswedb at gmail.com
Fri Jun 15 11:23:29 EDT 2018
I guess I would look at things a bit differently.
Most of the IRIG clocks have nice displays and perhaps its a case of
hacking a device take you pick into those fine displays.
I have a really nice 3 RU bright clock that if the brains die thats what I
will do. Its a pretty easy task.
Currently it is being driven by a GPS module + processor jamming time into
Evertz LTC generator.
Its been working for some 20 years this way.
On Thu, Jun 14, 2018 at 11:19 PM, Bob Bownes <bownes at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you can snag something that will put out IRIG-B, there are lots of
> I’m still hunting for something that will take NTP in and put IRIG out.
> There is probably someone doing it with a Pi or an Arduino.
> > On Jun 14, 2018, at 21:38, Chris Howard <chris at elfpen.com> wrote:
> > Maybe not exactly, but I use an app on an old Android cell phone as my
> UTC wall clock. Large characters in horizontal mode; NTP via WiFi.
> > Sent from BlueMail
> >> On Jun 14, 2018, 20:15, at 20:15, David Andersen <
> dave.andersen at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I'd hoped that ebay or aliexpress would yield a bounty given how
> >> seemingly
> >> simple these are, but I'm drawing a blank (and finding a lot of $300+
> >> new
> >> options). Anyone have a favorite source for either flat wall-mount or
> >> rackmount displays that will pull from an NTP/SNTP/whatever server?
> >> (if wall-mount, PoE is optimal). Used good. Cheap good. Looks good
> >> next
> >> to my random collection of antiquated time measurement gear provides
> >> amusement value but isn't really critical. :-)
> >> Thanks!
> >> -Dave
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