Radio Controlled, UTS

Clock Movement - Radio Controlled - UTS

Fully automatic with high speed time setting - “Insert the battery and everything else is quick and fully automatic"

  • UTS
  • Integrated antenna
  • Battery: MN1500 (LR6)
  • Time change (summer / winter) fully automatic
  • Automatic synchronisation
  • Step seconds
  • Non Euro fitting hands
  • Can take minute hands up to 160mm long, weighing up to 2.5 grams
  • Can take centre seconds hands up to 130mm long, weighing up to 1 gram
  • Complete with fittings
  • Signal originates from Germany (see additional image for coverage area)
  • Signal is DCF, not MSF
  • When assembling set hands at 11 o'clock due to time difference between Germany & UK

  • 55 x 55 x 20mm
  • Shaft = From movement front to centre shaft tip

Non Euro Fitting (NEF) Hand Collet Dimensions:
  • Minute: Ø3.50mm
  • Hour: Ø5.00mm (Ø5.50mm NEF hands will require pinching to fit)

Set up:
1. Set the hands then pull out the needle
2. Insert a battery & the movement will move the hands to the reference positions 12, 4 or 8 o'clock to locate the signal
3. If the signal has not been located within 4 to 5 minutes, place the movement near a window that points towards Germany & leave over night
4. The movement should be able to locate the radio signal more easily overnight, as at night there is less interference
5. Once located, the movement will continue to receive the radio signal

Possible causes of interference:
  • Domestic appliances
  • TV receivers closer than 2 metres
  • Machinery with HF leakage
  • Signal may be affected by mountainous or hilly terrain or adverse meteorological conditions

  • Check correct polarity of battery
  • Ensure the clock is at least 6 feet away from a TV, computer, air conditioner or any other electrical household appliances. Optimal location is near a window
  • Remove battery and start again
  • There may be an interruption at the transmitter. Wait a few hours and try again
  • Due to the signal requirements of these movements it is important that a fresh, fully charged alkaline battery is used initially and then changed on a regular basis as a partially charged battery may not be strong enough to receive the radio signal, resulting in the movement not fully functioning correctly
  • Leave the movement to pick up the signal overnight. At night there is less interference.
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