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SignalClock Insert - Timezone Setting Adjustment
Posted by Stuart Thomason on 06 May 2014 13:58

The following information is only applicable to clocks using Firmware version 1.6A or above. To find out which Firmware version your clock has, use the ‘K’ command (see page 8 of manual).

New command instructions…

Referring to page 8, and the item marked ‘ T ‘ (Show Time-Zone Offset), in your Galleon PoE Digital Clock Manual, please note that this particular command has now been upgraded.

Previously, you were required to input the time-setting required for your time-zone. For example, if you needed to set UTC forward by one hour, you would be required to input T +01:00. To simplify the process a new, number based upgrade will replace the previous format.

Below, you will find UTC time-zones numbered 1-40. Rather than having to input the entire time-setting, (T +01:00) you simply select the number relevant to your requirements. For example, if you want to set UTC forward by one hour, input T 17 (17 being the ‘ID number’ that corresponds with the +01:00 ‘Offset Value’ in the table below). Please note, a space is required between T & the number when inputting.

ID Number

Offset Value

ID Number

Offset Value

1

UTC −12:00

21

UTC +04:00

2

UTC −11:00

22

UTC +04:30

3

UTC −10:00

23

UTC +05:00

4

UTC −09:30

24

UTC +05:30

5

UTC −09:00

25

UTC +05:45

6

UTC −08:00

26

UTC +06:00

7

UTC −07:00

27

UTC +06:30

8

UTC −06:00

28

UTC +07:00

9

UTC −05:00

29

UTC +08:00

10

UTC −04:30

30

UTC +08:45

11

UTC −04:00

31

UTC +09:00

12

UTC −03:30

32

UTC +09:30

13

UTC −03:00

33

UTC +10:00

14

UTC −02:00

34

UTC +10:30

15

UTC −01:00

35

UTC +11:00

16

UTC ±00:00

36

UTC +11:30

17

UTC +01:00

37

UTC +12:00

18

UTC +02:00

38

UTC +12:45

19

UTC +03:00

39

UTC +13:00

20

UTC +03:30

40

UTC +14:00

The new upgrade allows to you to select 30 minute and 45 minute time intervals. For example, Kabul in Afghanistan is 4 hours 30 minutes ahead of UTC time. To set your time-zone in accordance with Kabul, in your command prompt you would input T 22 (22 being the ID number that corresponds with the +04:30 Offset Value in the table above).

Should you require any further information regarding this upgrade please visit www.galsys.co.uk/support to submit a support ticket.



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