An optional wireless GPS time receiver is also available to provide simultaneous, redundant time acquisition.
Dealer Inquiries Welcome Download Sales Brochure The Dura Time Master Clock uses highly reliable, frequency hopping, spread spectrum radio technology to send time updates to all clocks.
The master clock includes a powerful alarm schedule function, plus both wired and wireless alarm output system, sending synchronized time to all clocks in your facility, or across the entire campus.
Modular Time and Frequency Synchronization Platform The possibility to add input and output modules as well as specialized communication cards for NTP and PTP/IEEE1588 network synchronization and remote management ensures that a LANTIME M3000 will fulfill all your synchronization requirements and the scalability and flexibility of the IMS platform concept enables it to cope with the changing demands of your critical applications. Versatile and Modular Solution for Time and Frequency Synchronization Application in 1U Housing The 1U chassis has two power supply slots, optional two clock module slots, a CPU slot and four (three in case of a second reference clock) slots for additional input and output modules.
So for time synchronization, the GPS signal is received, processed by a local master clock, time server, or primary reference, and passed on to "slaves" and other devices, systems, or networks so their "local clocks" are likewise synchronized to UTC.
Typical accuracies range from better than 1 microsecond to a few milliseconds depending on the synchronization protocol.
Both, wide range AC and a 20-72 VDC power supply model can be mixed and matched as required. Time and Frequency for Industries, Power Plants, Automation and Telecommunication The variety of inputs/outputs makes our time code receivers the best choice for a broad range of applications, including time and frequency synchronization and measurement of asynchronous time events. PCI, PCI Express and USB Radio Clocks Meinberg reference clocks can be used to build your own time server or to upgrade an existing system.Even fairly accurate computer clocks are likely to vary due to manufacturing defects, changes in temperature, electric and magnetic interference, the age of the quartz crystal, or even system load.Additionally, even the smallest errors in keeping time can significantly add up over a long period.This easy to install system will provide years of trouble free service, with near zero downtime.Dura Time systems comes with a primary and backup master clocks so it has built-in redundancy.