FAQ for 6250 : Does it have an atomic clock?

Answer 01

I assume you're really asking if the system has a radio clock that receives the UTC signal from the government's atomic clock. As far as I can tell, it does not. Part of the wireless console setup is to input current date, time, time zone, daylight savings options, etc. It appears to keep very good time once setup is complete, but as far as I can tell, it does not get any outside signal to update time. 

Answer 02

It does not. However, some weather software can update the console clock to match the PC clock, and the PC's clock can be synced to atomic time over the Internet. So, indirectly, the clock can be kept accurate. Cumulus software (freeware) does this, for example.

Answer 03

I have to set the time and date, so I'm assuming there isn't an atomic clock.

Answer 04

No, it doesn't.

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