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Amano PR600 Watchman Clock Kit
PR600 Kit


Complete package: PR600 Quartz watchman clock, carrying strap, 15 stations with metal keys, battery, and a 1 year supply of report tape (10 rolls). Learn more about this below.

Retail Price: $895.00
Our Price: $695.00
 
 
Mechanical watchman clock system

Accessories & Supplies:

DetailsIDProduct NameDescriptionPriceAdd To Cart
Click 222 Amano PR600 Watchman ClockPR600 clock, only$449.00
Click 223 Amano PR600 Report TapeAmano watchman clock tapes$22.00
Click 224 Amano PR600 case keyWatchman clock case "K" key$12.25
Click 225 Amano PR600 KeyboxPR600 Keybox PR360155$16.25
Click 226 Amano PR600 Station Key with chainPR600 Station key with chain$14.65
Click 227 Amano PR600 Station CompleteAmano PR600 box and key$28.00
      

 

Amano PR-600 Guard Tour Kit

Complete with Watchman Guard Clock and 15 Stations

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It's a Great Deal - at a Great Price.  What you get:

  • The clock and carrying strap, battery, K-key, box of report tape,  plus:
  • 15 black key stations with station boxes
  • Includes zinc plated steel keys on connecting metal chains
  • One Year Guarantee.
  • User replaceable “D“ cell battery
  • Case is locked with a special key, makes a mark on the reports when opened.
  • Prints station number, date and time
  • Weight:  2 lbs. 
  • Rugged case, Genuine Corinthian Leather carrying strap
  • Low cost of operation; repairable when worn out or damaged

The inside is all metal.

  • Comes with a One Year Guarantee, serviced in USA.
  • Size:  Smaller than most: About 6“ wide, 2.5“ thick, and 5“ high
  • Weighs under 2 lbs, it's easy to carry
  • Tapes hold several weeks of registrations
  • This is always in stock, we ship the same day!

 

 

A creative way on how to use this system - how to tell which guards did the tour:

First item, the clock and components.
In the box:

  • 1 Amano PR600 clock
  • 1 supervisor key that opens (and locks) it
  • 1 box of report tapes, a D cell battery, and a carrying strap (and instructions).
  • 15 keystations - key, welded chain, and keybox, with basic mounting hardware
  • Each station gets bolted to a wall or square fence post. 
  • The key and chain sit inside the gray box. 
  • The chain connects to the box. 
  • If you are using less than all 15 checkpoints, consider using another box and key:  Numbers 14 and 15, for two different guards
  • You mount these in the guards office or starting point.  They have unique, two digit, high numbers.
  • Lastly, get a second (spare) box of report tapes.  When you finish the first box, order two more boxes of report tapes.  This way you will never run out.
  • At the beginning of the tour, the guard inserts his key - #14 for the early shift, #15 for the late shift - and gives it a twist. 
  • This marks the beginning of the tour and the time. 
  • By comparing this to the time cards or schedule, you will know who did the tour at that time.

Joe's notes - he had this summer college job at Key Bank, Buffalo NY, in 1974:
The guard walks around the campus to the various station, in any order you want, or randomly.  At each station, he removes the key from the box, inserts it in to the PR600 watchman clock, and gives it a twist.  This then shows when he was at that particular station.  Example: Station 1 could be the Employee Lounge.

Station 2 could be the vault or excitable lawyer's office, etc.  FYI, in the business, "stations" are known as "checkpoints".  The guard tour goes to many checkpoints (or stations, it might be a regional thing).

Station 3 was the main entrance, 4 was the vault corridor, 5 was the computer room, and so-on.
When the guard completes his round, he returns to the guard office and inserts his key again (#14 for this example) and gives it a crank.  This embosses the carbon-less report tape.
 
Now you have a complete record of which guard did that particular tour, and at what times he was at each location.

Having worked at the bank on nights and weekends that summer, Joe went back to college and never looked back.

Amano PR600 Report Tape - an example  Station is on the left, date, then time.