GNSS NTP server / IRIGB / rack-mount
TMS2000

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GNSS NTP server / IRIGB / rack-mount GNSS NTP server / IRIGB / rack-mount - TMS2000
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Characteristics

  • Synchronization source:

    GNSS, IRIGB

  • Other characteristics:

    rack-mount

Description

The TMS2000 is a rackable device that
provides a source of good stability
time on an Ethernet TCP / IP network.
The TMS2000 is a time server that uses
Network Time Protocol (NTP) to
synchronize all connected computers
on the network.
NTP Server
The integrated server is Primary NTP
type with the following features:
• Level 1 server, compliant with the
configurable NTP v3-v4 protocol
• Method :
o Server mode (question / answer)
Client computers can be synchronized
with an accuracy of 1 to 10 ms. An
NTP client software must be installed
on each client workstation for
synchronization with the server.
The server has the following interfaces:
o IEEE802.3 10/100 Mbs network link
o UTC Time Synchronous pulse
received (MPS).
o RS232 serial link for initial equipment
configuration
The TMS2000 synchronizes on two
independent sources (Time & PPS) :
o An integrated GNSS receiver.
o An IRIG-B input.
Priority is given to the GNSS source
when it is available because of its
greater accuracy.
GNSS
The embedded GNSS receiver is a
multi-constellation dedicated to time
application; it is able to acquire 24
satellites simultaneously. It delivers a
top-second of very high precision.
IRIG-B
The received IRIG-B signal is amplitude
modulated of 1 KHz carrier signal
(code B12x)
Remote Control
Remote monitoring of the equipment
is done over the network