Clocks and Bells in Schools
Simple and innovative solutions for accurate time keeping in schools
Bodet is a trusted name in educational institutions for its synchronised analogue clocks and its multi-purpose bell systems which broadcast and playback personalised class bells, emergency alerts and music.
SIGMA C/MOD Master Clock
Manage your school efficiently: the Sigma master clock synchronises all clocks and automatically deactivates bell systems during weekends and holidays.
Save on energy costs: via its relays, the sigma mother clock ensures that heating, lighting, and air conditions are switched on and off.
PROFIL 930I Analogue Clock
Make it easier to learn to read the time: the hands and numbered dials of analogue clocks make them great classroom tools for learning to read time.
LED Clocks - STYLE 5
Easier to understand by students and teachers: fast and accurate reading of LED clocks means breaks, lessons and exams start and end on time.
HARMONYS Bell System
The working environment is calmer: no more shrill bell sounds. Harmonys sounders let you personalise the melody of your bell sounds.
Ensure the safety of your school: with the Harmonys sounders and control box, transmit alerts linked to the emergency broadcast system quickly and easily.
Clients who chose Bodet for their time display needs
Lycée Français de Londres - United Kingdom / National University – Malaysia / Tobb University Ankara – Turkey / University of Brighton - United Kingdom / Université de la Sorbonne - Abu Dhabi / Université Javeriana – Colombia / International School - Austria
We have chosen Harmonys Bodet's Synchronised Bell, Class Change & PA System for its usability, its simplicity of installation, its multiples functionalities and for the quality of the training.
José Passos, Technical Manager of French School Charles Lepierre
Before, I was Headmaster in another facility abroad and I was able to verify the quality of the Bodet Bell system for 4 years. Satisfied, I have chosen a second time Bodet as partner within the French School of Belgrade.
Thibaud Millier, Headmaster of the French School of Belgrade