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Clock movements are the heart of all wrist watches, as they keep track of elapsed time and also factor the hands in the appropriate instructions at every moment. But clock movements (or electric motors) can be given extended attributes that could bring joy, shock, or delight to those human beings in its existence.… Read More
Clock movements are the heart of all wrist watches, as they keep track of elapsed time and also factor the hands in the appropriate instructions at every moment. But clock movements (or electric motors) can be given extended attributes that could bring joy, shock, or delight to those human beings in its existence. One such attribute is chiming.

Typical clock movements worked mechanically, with a weight or coiled spring using force to a flywheel and pressing it to turn. Counter pressures and also escapements ensured a ticking, "clockwork" turning at precisely once each second. This arrangement needed rewinding when the weight reached the end of its chain or the spring ended up being lax.

The modern clock motor works electronically as opposed to mechanically. That is, it still revolves shafts to make sure that clock hands point at the ideal characters on the clock dial, but it is powered by a quartz crystal as opposed to by a springtime or weight. Digital signs up gather timing pulses and make certain accuracy timekeeping. Read Less
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