The Net Master Clock DTS 480x.masterclock is developed especially for a network environment. It is able to control conventional impulse clocks, self-setting MOBALine or IRIG-B / AFNOR slave clocks, and is used as an accurate NTP time reference (time server) for computer systems. The DTS 480x.masterclock can be synchronized by a time signal receiver (DCF 4500 or GPS 4500) and/or by NTP time servers (LAN/Internet). On the RS 485 line, self-setting slave clocks can be controlled and monitored (only DTS 4801). The DCF current loop output can be used to synchronize other devices (e.g. master clocks). The DTS 480x.masterclock is equipped with 4 alarm control inputs either to monitor other connected devices or to link external signals (e.g. from sensors) to switching commands. A serial RS 232 / RS 485 interface with configurable script file, to output special synchronization telegrams, completes the features of this multipurpose master clock. Alarms are signalled by a relay, with SNMP traps, or by e-mail.
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