SIMPLEX 2350 MASTER CLOCK MANUAL PDF

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Joined: Mon Apr 02, pm Post Sat Oct 22, pm OK, I know there has been a couple topics like this before, but those were mostly about bells. This one is mostly about what controls all the bells and clocks in schools. I have always found these things pretty interesting, ever since I started junior high and would synchronize my watch to the master time panel in the main office so I would know EXACTLY when the bell would ring.

I am also posting this since the K-8 school I went to for kindergarten recently got a brand-new master time control. Just about every school I went to has had a Simplex master time system of some sort.

The K-8 school I went to for kindergarten used to have a Simplex system when I went there: It controlled all the hard-wired clocks and school bells throughout the main building.

The class change system consisted of mostly 6-inch Simplex bells probably the series flush-mounted behind gray grilles, and were LOUD. The main gymnasium had three inch bells behind silver grilles, and outside there were four only two of them now work, one has also been removed. The bells are still up, installed next to the fire alarm signals old Vibratone horns behind gray grilles : My middle school originally had and Edwards time system when it was built in , but when I went there they had a Simplex master time panel: The bell system ran on three circuits: one for the inside bells in most areas, one for the outdoor bell and in the auditorium wing and wood shop room, and one for the bell in the cafeteria.

They used to all ring in the same order: indoor, outdoor, then cafeteria one bell circuit would start ringing two seconds after the first did. Most of the bells were 6-inch Edwards Adapt-a-bels, but we did have some Edwards single-stroke chimes , and the wood shop and a large computer lab had Simplex bells. They still had the old Edwards clocks as well. In , their Simplex broke, so they got an American Time and Signal AllSync master clock system to replace it the same model that K-8 school now has.

This new one just rings all the bells and chimes at once. Additionally, it began to break down this spring, but it has since been fixed. My high school had a Simplex master time system. The clocks are mostly the same ones my elementary schools had.

I also recall when I was there, the "Yellow" section in the main building it was made up of five sections; the "Green," "Red," "Azure" and "Yellow" houses along with the administration area had the tone sounding quite different from how it sounds in the video. They fixed it after I graduated, and now it sounds like the rest of the school the Field House and Fine Arts building most likely share the same time panel.

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Joined: Mon Apr 02, pm Post Sat Oct 22, pm OK, I know there has been a couple topics like this before, but those were mostly about bells. This one is mostly about what controls all the bells and clocks in schools. I have always found these things pretty interesting, ever since I started junior high and would synchronize my watch to the master time panel in the main office so I would know EXACTLY when the bell would ring. I am also posting this since the K-8 school I went to for kindergarten recently got a brand-new master time control. Just about every school I went to has had a Simplex master time system of some sort. The K-8 school I went to for kindergarten used to have a Simplex system when I went there: It controlled all the hard-wired clocks and school bells throughout the main building. The class change system consisted of mostly 6-inch Simplex bells probably the series flush-mounted behind gray grilles, and were LOUD.

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