Trintec Euro Marine Solid Brass Instruments Tide & Time Clock 5 Styles To Choose
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Trintec Euro Marine Solid Brass Instruments Tide & Time Clock 5 Styles To Choose:
FREE MILKMATE CUPHOLDER ADAPTER FOR MILK AND JUICE CARTONS WITH EVERY ORDER! NO ONE ELSE CAN OFFER THIS UNIQUE ITEM AS WE ARE THE MANUFACTURER!CHOOSE FROM 5 DIFFERENT MODELS!RETAIL: $95.00PRICE IS FOR 1 INSTRUMENT. PLEASE CHOOSE WHICH MODEL YOU WANT WHEN ORDERING OR ORDER SEVERAL MATCHING INSTRUMENTS AND SAVE ON POSTAGE I Euro Features: • Solid brass with lacquered finish • Scratch-resistant acrylic lens • Dial diameter: 3.75" • Mounting hardware included • Weight: 8.5 oz. • Clock, Time & Tide and Tide Indicator require one “AA” battery (not incl.) • Five year manufacturer’s warranty RETURNS ACCEPTEDIf you do not pay extra for tracking,your item will be shipped by small packet which does not have tracking. I will not be held responsible if the package does not arrive.If you do not agree to this I will not sell this to you.Ontario Residents must pay 13% HST. NB, NWT, and NFLD, must pay 13% HST, BC pays 12% and NS must pay 15% HST. Rest of Canada pays 5% GST.DIMENSIONSCLICK ON THE PHOTOS FOR A LARGER PICTUREEUR-01 Quartz ClockEUR-02 Time & Tide IndicatorEUR-03 ThermometerEUR05 Tide IndicatorI ALSO HAVE THE EURO WEATHER STATION EUR-04 Aneroid Barometer How Time & Tide Clocks Work Tides are the rise and fall of ocean waters caused by the gravitational forces mainly between the Earth and the Moon (the Sun also generates tidal forces, but they are much smaller). These forces cause the oceans to stretch towards and away from the moon, forming two tidal bulges.The Earth rotates through these two tidal bulges causing two HIGH tides and two LOW tides every Lunar day. A Lunar day is 24 hours and 50 minutes long. This is longer than a solar day (24 hours) because the Moon revolves around the Earth in the same direction as the Earth rotates. It takes a little longer until the Moon is over the same position. Since the Moon has the greatest effect on the tides, ALL tide clocks are synchronized to the Lunar day and will indicate a HIGH tide every 12 hours and 25 minutes (two times per Lunar day). Think of it this way:
A standard clock, set for your location, displays 12:00 when the Sun is directly overhead (noon), OR on the direct opposite side of the Earth (midnight).
A Tide clock, set for your location, displays HIGH TIDE when the Moon is directly overhead OR on the direct opposite side of the Earth. Many factors can influence if you will experience the brightest time of day at 12:00 noon on your standard clock. Similarly, many factors can influence if you will experience the highest water of the day at HIGH TIDE on your Tide clock. One of these factors is that the large continental land masses interfere with the Westward travel of the tidal bulge and this causes many complex tidal cycles,especially on the West coast of North America. Ocean floor topography, bays and narrow inlets can cause resonance effects and even weather conditions can alter the timing of the tidal cycle. For these reasons, Tide clocks will be more accurate in some areas than others. Tide clocks can only be accurate in the red areas Posted with Mobile