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The ES-976 is a time code display featuring 7.0" bright red LED displays. The unit is housed in a black-textured aluminum wall-mount enclosure. It accepts, via the rear-mounted terminal block, either ESE Time Code or SMPTE/EBU Time Code or RS-232C ASCII Time Code. The ES-976 automatically determines which code is being received. If the Time Zone option is ordered, a rear-accessible DIP switch is installed for this function. If receiving ESE Time Code from a timer, the unit will display minutes, seconds and tenths of seconds (if the timer has the tenths option).
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