This model was sold as the budget model and was essentially a Heathkit GC-1005. It could be wired either in 12 or 24 hour format. AM / PM alarms can be set with a seven minute snooze interval. Accuracy depends in 50 / 60 Hz power line. The clock is built around an MOS/LSI integrated circuit.
Unlike the Heathkit GC-1005, this model applied 180 V to the keep-alive cathode on each display in order to reduce flickering.
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