Atomic Clock

For products and information on Atomic Clock and other computer and network time synchronisation solutions, please visit Galleon's web-site.

Atomic Clock

Galleon products range from Atomic clock that attach to a standalone PC's to Atomic Clocks that Attach to a Windows time Server. One of Galleon's Atomic Clock that attach to a standalone PC is AC-700-MSF. The Server ARC is a mains powered Atomic Radio Controlled Computer Clock with an antenna that can be positioned upto 200m.

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Atomic Clock - Galleon specialises in providing accurate atomic clock solutions for computers and computer networks. Our products can synchronise computers within fractions of the correct time.

Visit Galleon's web-site for full details of our extensive product range.

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