[time-nuts] DCF77 clock with UTC display
mike.cook at orange.fr
Sat Jun 5 21:51:19 UTC 2010
DCF77 is transmitted in CET/CEST and so receivers generally just
display the received data with some allowing other TZ offsets as it can
be received in the UK for example. I also lucked out when looking for
one where daylight savings adjustments could be removed .
Le 05/06/2010 23:37, Giuseppe Marullo a écrit :
> thanks for your answer. I tried to look at the instructions, but I am
> unable to tell for certain if it can display UTC.
> I mean, there is a mention about foreign time, but everything else is
> about no need to manually setup Winter/Summer time, exactly what I
> would like to avoid.
> How could I be sure that a DCF77 clock does display/support UTC time?
> Giuseppe Marullo
> PS: I have one cheap Oregon Scientific Radio Controlled and I believe
> it does not support UTC
> On 6/5/2010 5:39 PM, Harry Hindriks wrote:
>> Do you mean something like this?
>> They sell several radio controlled clocks. Most of these clocks can
>> display UTC.
>> On Sat, 05 Jun 2010 17:27:05 +0200, Giuseppe
>> Marullo<giuseppe at marullo.it>
>>> Hi all,
>>> I would like to know which could be the cheapest clock (possibly not
>>> wristwatch) that would display UTC time. It seems that DCF77 clocks
>>> either display CET/CEST and/or other timezone but I was unable to
>>> a UTC display so far.
>>> This is the closest match I found, sadly it does not decode DCF77:
>>> Do you know any viable alternative in EU?
>>> Giuseppe Marullo
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