[time-nuts] Looking For Info On A Kode/Odetics 375-642 Time DisplayUnit

Jack Hudler jack at hudler.org
Sat Dec 16 19:00:21 EST 2006


I flipped em... didn't free run for me.

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Of Jason Rabel
Sent: Saturday, December 16, 2006 4:06 PM
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Subject: [time-nuts] Looking For Info On A Kode/Odetics 375-642 Time DisplayUnit

Now you know why I was wanting a poor man's IRIG-B generator, which I'm
having issues getting the audio drivers to compile on my Geode box, so until
I fix that I can't use the other file from the NTP distro.

Anyhow, I got a Kode/Odetics 375-642 Time Display Unit. Basically it just
displays the time via an IRIG-B input on a nice bright LED display. It works
great, I have no complaints, but I'm just curious about 3 little dip
switches on the board (4th picture in URL below). 

http://www.rabel.org/archives/Images/Kode_Odetics_375-642_Time_Display/

Does anyone have one of these or have a manual? I'm curious what those
switches do. I'm hoping maybe one will allow the clock to free-run when the
IRIG input is disconnected, right now it freezes if you unplug it. Also
maybe a 12/24hr conversion? I dunno...



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