“For 50 years, Geochron made a classic, mechanical clock showing the time across the world as well as areas of light and dark. Well, they’ve now gone electronic with the new Geochron 4K. It works best with any 4K UHD TV or monitor to give a crisp electronic version of their famous masterpiece clocks. See them at www.geochron.com/4K. Also check out our sponsor, LCSC Electronics, at https://lcsc.com.”
Multiple Views on the World in Real Time
With our easy-to-use on-screen menu, this Geochron has every mapset available: Earth Human, Earth Oceanic, Earth Topographical, a simple low resolution Geopolitical, and Ham Radio. Every map can be layered with humanity’s lights in the night, as seen from space.
Watch the sun rise over special locations, and mark them with customizable location pins. See the human expanse over the continents with lights reaching into the night.
Although the algorithms behind the dynamic display are complex, the Geochron Digital 4k UHD is ready to go out of the box. It’s easy to set up and use with the provided remote control, and – with an internet connection – includes time and date configuration, firmware updates, and map updates.
- 3′ Power Supply 110-220v USA Plug.
- 6′ HDMI Cable, male to male
- Remote Control and AAA batteries
- USB Micro-Mouse for set up.
- Printed Documentation
- 90 Day Warranty
- New Updates as available with Internet.
- Full Digital Specifications 2018 v1.1
- Not Included:
- One business day handling.
- USPS Priority Shipping
- Please contact us for overseas shipping.
Not every one has up to $4,000 for the beautiful mechanical Geochrons made since 1964. Many Geochron enthusiasts have waited for years for an affordable option in the digital world, and this is it: everything the mechanical Geochron can do, plus customizable settings, multiple maps, live updates, and as big as you want.
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