- Analog/Digital clock face
- Up to 32 lamps, each can be a button to trigger actions, can have a clock, has its own timezone, can have count up/down timers
- Embedded Webbrowser so can display graphical content, webcams, twitter feeds, etc
- Interfaces to just about anything. Tight integration with Axia (Livewire Partner), Wheatstone (Wheatstone Partner), Lawo, DHD, AEQ, and other consoles. Also generic TCP/UDP/HTTP/SNMP interfaces, Ember+, GPI cards, etc
- VClock Plus cannot only receive commands from equipment but can also control it
- DMX control via Art-Net protocol
- VClocks can connect to other VClocks to share resources such as GPI cards
- “Language” clock to tell you how to tell the time (in any language you like – you can write the rules and words yourself)
- Everything is completely customizable (fonts, colors, shapes, positions, text, etc)
- … and it tells the time! (accurately! – it can sync to NTP servers if Windows isn’t already).
There are 3 levels of VClock license. "Lite" displays only the clock face, no lamps. "Standard" also allows up to 32 lamps and the ability to control them via Salvos from incoming commands. "Plus" also allows VClock to send commands to other equipment (such as audio routers, xNodes, Advantech GPOs).VClock is a replacement for the old "Rugby" clocks and the lights panel that was traditionally found on the wall of a radio studio. It's a software application that can be controlled by external devices (such as GPIs, serial or IP data, HTTP posts and SNMP traps).The basic clock can tell the time in analog and digital formats, tell you the "English" way to say it (other languages are available or you can create your own), and back time to several junctions in the hour. It can have your station logo on the clock, and each lamp can also have an image rather than a caption. It has up to 32 lamps which are completely configurable and can be turned on / off or made to flash when external triggers (such as a "mic live" signal from a mixing console or a phone call) tell it to.VClock also has an embedded web browser, which allows you to show any content that you like on VClock, simply by creating a webpage.The intelligent scripting language allows you to change the colors/states of the lamps, clock, and background at startup and can be made to completely change all settings upon reception of a trigger.Don't miss our other related products, AudionicsGateway, VMeters, and VScroll, which are a perfect addition to VClock (and equally work very well on their own!).VClock is available as a free download which is fully functional apart from the inability to change the caption / add an image, and use of the external interfaces (GPI, serial, IP) to control the on-screen lamps is limited to only 10 commands before the clock needs to be restarted. An "unlicenced" message appears on the face of the free version.
Please note that a license is tied to a machine name and is not transferable. We will ask for the machine name to tie the license to and send you a license file to save on the machine. Multiple instances of the application on a single PC require separate licenses.There are 3 levels of VClock license. "Lite" displays only the clock face, no lamps. "Standard" also allows up to 32 lamps and the ability to control them via Salvos from incoming commands. "Plus" also allows VClock to send commands to other equipment (such as audio routers, xNodes, Advantech GPOs).The price shown is for a single license. When you purchase 2nd and subsequent licenses for the same version of the same product for the same site receive an extra discount when ordered at the same time.Please be sure to download the free trial and ensure you are happy with the product before purchasing a license. Licenses are non-refundable. Vclock provides a variety of layouts. Click images below to see larger.