The light clock is a design of a precise clock created by Konrad Kaplan that measures time by using the speed of light.

Knowing the speed of light and the distance the light travels, you can accurately calculate the time in which the light will traverse that distance. By knowing that information, we also know the duration of the cycle in which light is emitted and received.

Based on this, the Kronode company developed a time measurement device using light to build a clock that is as accurate as light.

The light clock is a simple, low-cost, and low-energy device that can be significantly miniaturized thus making it possible to be used in any type of device that needs time measurement.


The light clock is not only accurate but also very reliable because there are two types of cycles of different duration, however, the number of cycles from the moment both cycles are received at the same time must always be the same as the number of the same cycles received the next time, which means that if the clock stops tracking the time accurately, the computer will register it right away because the number of cycles counted by the computer will change and this will be recorded immediately. The length of the cycles is measured using light, of which speed is constant in the area of measurement, so we are sure that the length of the cycles is accurately measured and the time is also accurately and reliably calculated.

Light clock 1 is the first prototype of the Kronode company, which aims to improve devices that use light to measure time. We strive to create the most accurate and reliable clock that is easy to build and can be miniaturized to the extent that it can be installed in any device that requires a clock.

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