The WCXATRAN Wireless Transmitter is designed for quick, “plug and play” installation of a synchronized, wireless clock system. The easy 2-button operation and 20 character, 2-line LCD front panel display make using the transmitter very easy. The clean, sleek and stylish design of the WCXATRAN provides a refreshing look to any décor.
Good looks and simple operation hide the cutting edge technology of the WCXATRAN. The WCXATRAN can receive time synchronization from either a GPS satellite using the WCXRVRGPS receiver or a network (LAN) timeserver with NTP using the WCXRVRNTP receiver. One time sync receiver is required for proper operation of the WCXATRAN. The WCXATRAN uses a 467 MHz transmitter frequency and 10 selectable channels, to synchronize all Rauland wireless clocks. Typical coverage for the WCXATRAN with the antenna mounted on the rear of the transmitter is a 700' (213.4 m) diameter circle centered at the antenna. This is equivalent to a coverage range of 350' (106.7 m) from the antenna.
The optional external transmitter antenna (WCXTANTKT) can be used for large, campus-like applications where a wide coverage area is required. Automatic time adjustments for Daylight Saving Time and after a power outage provide the user with the assurance that the wireless clock system will always be on time. The WCXATRAN also features pre-programmed time zones and non-volatile memory, so all programming is kept safe in case of a power loss.