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Strange looking clock. Seems to be off by about 3.5 seconds...As compared to WWV.....
 

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OK! fast or slow? oris it fluctuating? :stumped:Keno





just looked and now it's within 1sec. --Really got to find something to do while waiting on the coffee pot.
 

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It seems to be right-on with my computer clock. Could that be where it reads the time?
 

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On my Mac, it's dead on. The Mac gets it's time from a server called time.apple.com
 

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My Dell PC is dead on too. I would have liked to see it change for daylight savings. That'd been weird...

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its bang on with the atomic clock in me shack
 

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redneck wrote:
its bang on with the atomic clock in me shack
atomic? bang?

:shock::shock::shock:
 

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Well that clock's no good. It's about 12 hours and 10 minutes off..........

Not to mention it's not Dec 25th right now..................
 

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thats just an argosstore catalogue picture, i have the actual clock in my shack,
 

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also dec 25/08 falls on thurs, not SU picky picky !!:bash2:
 

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I'll bet a battery is cheaper to replace than a reactor.......
 

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To the second with my computer also.
 

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It should always be right to the computer because that is where it is getting the time.

I played with putting up the clock and then getting date and time from the control panel, you can make the clock read anything you want provided the year is not after 2010. It starts at 2004 and scrolls, so 2012 shows as 2005.

If you synchronize your computer with the internet, then it will agree with a GPS, which is where most times are referenced nowadays.

Sorry, got time on my hands today:cheeky1::cheeky1: no pun intended
 
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