|Clocks are constructed for easy installation in a wide variety of replacement applications for home builts. The rugged quartz movement is accurate within 2 sec. in 24 hrs under normal operations and runs accurately in temps from -30º to 180ºF.|
Mine has been running since October 2017. I reset for daylight- standard time, otherwise it stays within a minute.
very happy with looks and time keeping reasonably price and well constructed
I wanted to wait a week or two to review the clock to make sure it kept working. My luck was much better that the previous reviews. Clock arrived quickly and well packaged. Change out of my old quartz clock was straight forward and replacement took about 20 minutes. So far Iâ€™m very pleased!
Mine quit working after six years. Now, I have to decide if I want to buy another one. If I buy a different clock, I will have to change the connector, and thats a hassle to get to at the top of the panel with hardly any room for my hand.
Mine worked for three years...
clock worked for 2 hrs then stopped then started for a day then stopped. replacement is being installed. not sure if problem only on 28v. clock says 28v.
This is a very expensive clock. We installed 2 before we got one to work and it didnt make it a year. Now we have to remove this and install something different. So Im out the price of this clock plus the new clock and the time Ive paid my A&P to install 3 clocks.
I did better than Al., my clock went for 10 minutes, thats it. Stay away from this clock.
Two out of two units defective straight out of box. They would not run! What a waste of effort, time, and money. Stay away from this clock.
This clock fits in a 2-1/4" hole and has a depth of 2 inches not including wiring.
The clock weights about 4 ounces.
Per the supplier: 10-11 Milliamps.
No, it is not lit and is made by Instrument Services Inc.
Per the manual, "This clock is to be used as a time indicating clock only. It is not to be used as a flight instrument and or warning instrument."
Yes, the wiring is included in the box.
Per the supplier: 10-11 Milliamps is the current draw on this unit.
Yes, there will need to be a cutout to allow the stem through the panel.