Network display - digital clock

NT-240 is a network display designed as digital clock, which is mainly used in working time registration systems to displays the exact time when employees come in or out. The current time information is obtained from a remote server, on which a small service is running. The two flashing dots can be disabled, allowing the device to displays other numerical information if needed. With a custom software application, this device can display any suited information like time remaining or time elapsed, counter values, etc.

no maintenance needed

Fast and easy installation

All you need to install and run our devices is your 2 hands and 10 seconds time. Just plug in the ethernet cable and the power jack and you're ready to start. So easy as that!

No unnecessary software

Platform independent

You're using a desktop PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone with Windows, Linux, iOS or Android. That doesn't matter! All you need is just modern WEB browser and an internet connection.

Network connectivity

Access from around the world

No matter if you're at home, at the office or on vacation, your devices are on just one click distance. All you need is a PC, smartphone or tablet with an internet connection. Nothing else!


Comparison table
  • 10Base-T ethernet interface
  • integrated WEB server
  • supports TCP, IP, ICMP, ARP, UDP, HTTP and DHCP network protocols
  • 1" (25.4 mm) red indicators, green on demand
  • manual brightness adjustment in 3 levels
  • selectable 12 or 24 hours format
  • leading zero suppression on hours < 10
  • the flashing dots can be disabled
  • included 5V power adapter
  • password protected configuration
  • easy configuration
  • free Windows service software
  • easy wall mountable
  • compact size (112(138) x 62 x 31 mm)
  • 3 years warranty


  •  working time registration systems
  • access control systems
  • digital clock in the room
  • numerical information display
  • others

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1 - 10 144 00
11 + 138 00
  All prices include 20% VAT.
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