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My research on my new, very old Solari clock indicates it is fed
with a bipolar 24V impulse. Not compatible with Synchronome slave
I am interested in your driver. How does it work? Is it
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On 3.01.21 10:49 pm, neil wrote:
On my driver I have buttons that advance or lose
1sec,1min and 1 hr. Makes adjustment and keeping track of DST
much easier. With 2 slaves in series, it's a pain if they
don't track. The gents relies on gravity for one of the wheel
panels so they both need to be vertical when testing.
I have my master nome running nicely. I am now ready to
connect a couple of Gents slave clocks to it.
The Gents mechanisms are sealed in Bakelite enclosures,
so the only way I know to advance them is to apply
pulses. I could open them up, but that would void the
I understand how to wire up the master and slaves and the
requirement to set the current.
What is the method to align the clocks so they all
display the same time?
I was thinking of including a rotary encoder that I could
use to apply pulses manually.
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