NIST Time Widget             Code you may insert on your web page to show a NIST clock.

This widget is a public service provided by the Time and Frequency Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).  It is a web clock showing the official time of day from NIST, displayed as a 12 or 24-hour clock, in a user-selectable time zone.

The time reference for the widget is the output of the national time scale called UTC(NIST), which disseminates Coordinated Universal Time UTC(NIST).
The widget adjusts the display to show the local time based on the client's computer time zone settings as the default.
The widget is not continuously linked to NIST, it re-synchronizes with NIST every 10 minutes. So the running clock comes from the internal oscillator of the local computer. Therefore, this widget is intended as a time-of-day service only.  It should not be used to make measurements, nor should it be used to establish traceability to NIST.

The widget utilizes the client's computer clock as a timer to measure the round-trip network delay, which is the interval of time starting when the widget sends a time request to the server and ending when the time is displayed in the browser. The time shown estimates that one-half of the round-trip delay is the delay from the time server to the browser.

The widget can be added to your own web pages and blogs by inserting this code:

<iframe src="https://time.gov/widget/embedNISTwidget.html" style="border:0px #ffffff none;"
    name="nisttimewidget" scrolling="no" frameborder="1" marginheight="0px" marginwidth="0px"
    height="165px" width="200px" allowfullscreen>
</iframe>

This is an HTML5/javascript page with the widget:   http://time.gov/widget.html
We do not have a widget/gadget application for your desktop.

Please send us a link to your page using the NIST time widget. We will inform you of any changes or additional widgets.
Send any comments or questions to: timeinfo@boulder.nist.gov

Please refer to our Time and Frequency Division FAQ with questions about time zones, daylight saving time, atomic clocks, etc.