Newsletter 5 / May 2012

In our April Newsletter we informed you that the former clock types STANDARD, SLIM and SLIM-M are consolidated in our new FLEX clock. Today we would like to present you our new Configurator and FLEX is the first clock that can be configurated with it.
Below you find a small introduction to our new Configurator. Try to configurate your own FLEX clock here on our website.


MOBATIME will bring a new Network MOBALine Interface (NMI) on the market. The NMI will serve as an interface between NTP (Ethernet) and MOBALine. Read our small introduction below or download our NMI leaflet.

 

The leaflets to our new analog clock TREND are now available. With its stylish look, this clock is a real eye-catcher. The main features can be found below and a full overview is given on product site.

 

Don’t forget to take part in our photo competition on facebook – time is running.
Visit MOBATIME – Swiss Time Systems and pin a picture showing you and a MOBATIME clock (MOBATIME logo has to be visible) on our wall. The picture with the most likes will win a personalized table clock (winner picture will be printed on the dial).

 

 

Kind regards,

Your MOBATIME-Team

 

 

 

Win this fancy table clock on facebook!


 

Clock Configurator

 

Our new analog clock FLEX is the first one that can be configurated with our new Configurator tool.

 

How does it work?
Just click on the “Configurator Button” on the left above the user login area. Then simply choose the type, time code, size, dial etc. of your desired clock.
As soon as you have chosen all selectable parameters the article code will be generated and appears together with a picture of the just generated clock.

 

 

 

More clock types will follow shortly.

 

Additional information regarding our clock description keys can be found in our ordering key presentation.

 


                    

NMI - Network MOBALine Interface


The latest product for the fusion of NTP and MOBALine technology is the Network MOBALine Interface (NMI). Its interfacing characteristics help to combine NTP and MOBALine installations and to benefit from the advantages of both technologies.

 

The Network MOBALine Interface (NMI) serves as an interface between NTP (Ethernet) and MOBALine. The interface receives the current time information over NTP and provides it to up to 12 clocks with MOBALine.


The Network MOBALine Interface (NMI) provides NTP synchronization to most types of MOBATIME slave clocks and master clocks. The easy way of commissioning, its high performance at low costs and its small dimensions make it suitable for most new or existing LAN/WAN Ethernet installations. The interface is synchronized by the Network Time Protocol (NTP) from a multicast / unicast capable time server within the network. The NMI generates the common time codes MOBALine and DCF in local time format for synchronization of various types of analog and digital slave clocks or sub-master clocks.


Visit our product site to get more information about the Network MOBALine Interface.

 


   

TREND

 

This clock will be available in July 2012 and comes with the following features:

 

• NTP or MOBALine synchronization
• different colors
• Ø 30 and 40 cm
• with or without second hand
• single or double-sided
• two different dials to choose of

 

More information can be found in our updated product leaflet TREND – available in English, German and French.

  


    

MOBATIME – SWISS TIME SYSTEMS at FCM Annual Conference and Trade Show, 1 – 2 June, 2012, Saskatoon, Canada

 

From informative seminars and workshops to plenary sessions and a dynamic trade show, Canada’s national municipal event will benefit anyone with a stake in the municipal sector.


You will find our MOBATIME products and solutions at booth number 11. Our MOBATIME expert is looking forward to welcome you.


Visit the official website to get more information about the TCM Annual Conference & Trade Show.
 

FCM’s 75th Annual Conference and Trade Show are designed for municipal political leaders and senior staff to engage in professional development. This year’s event will be held at TCU Place in Saskatoon.