Lathem Masterlink V2.2 Master Clock Control Standard
Take the power of the LTR8-512 Master Clock to a whole new level!
1 Master Clock and 8 schedules
• Control Master Clocks connected directly to your PC using RS232 & RS485 or remote Master Clocks using your PC’s modem or
network connection (with optional ethernet adapter).
• Program holiday lists and schedule changes for easy maintenance of your Master Clocks.
• Synchronize the Master Clock’s time to the NIST Atomic clock.
• View the status of each Master Clock and its
configuration for fast and efficient diagnostics
Managing bell schedules was never easier.
Managing Global Schedules is
an essential operation in the Masterlink
Software. It allows you to manage
schedules for the entire organization.
Once the schedules are defined, they can
be assigned to one or more Master Clocks.
Simply “point and click” to set day of week and bell assignments
The simple point and click
interface gives you the ability to easily
add new or edit existing Global Schedules.
For example, if a school changes when
classes start and end, or they change the
number of days per week classes are in
session, it is now much easier to
compensate for these changes.
Schedules are easily created and modified to meet user needs. The user selects the days, circuits, time and the duration for each event to occur and then save the entire schedule. A time saving row copy feature lets the user duplicate event data for different times of the day. Each schedule can have up to 64 multiday, multi-circuit events while each Master Clock can have up to 8 schedules assigned to it to achieve a 512-event capacity.
The user can record the physical location for a specific Master Clock and the name of the individual responsible for it at its location. The Master Atomic Clock Setup allows the user to specify the day and time they want the Master Clock to contact the NIST Atomic Clock (if the Master has a built in modem) and also indicates the Time Zone in which the Master Clock is located.
With MasterLink the user can view and
edit the connection of the Master
Clock to the PC using RS-232, RS485
modem or network connections (with
optional ethernet adapter).
The user has several different options to synchronize the Master Clock system. PC to Master Clock or Network to Internet Synch which can update the Master Clock time at a specific time. User’s can also setup the Daylight Saving Time function by simply choosing the code for the appropriate country.
The Master Clock is capable of remembering the dates of up to 16 holidays. Just by clicking on the date in the MasterLink calendar that holiday is added to the list.
Minimum system requirements
• Pentium III Compatible or higher Minimum: 500 MHz
• 256 MB RAM (512 MB if running Vista)
• 100 MB free hard disk space
• CD-ROM drive
• SVGA with at least 800x600 screen resolution
• Mouse or other pointing device
• An available 9 or 25-pin serial communications port
• Ethernet Network card for network communications (optional)
• Operating System
Windows Server 2003 SP1
Windows XP Home or Professional SP2
Windows Vista Home Premium,
Business or Ultimate
• QuickStart Guide
• 25’ RS232 Cable