Net Master Clock DTS 4801/4802.masterclock

DTS 4801/4802 Master clock and NTP Time Server

DTS 4802.masterclock e.g. as NTP server and master clock for MOBALine and impulse clocks.

DTS 4802.masterclock e.g. as NTP server and master clock for MOBALINE and impulse clocks

DTS 4802.masterclock as impulse and MOBALine master clock and NTP time server, synchronized by a time signal receiver (DCF 77 or GPS) or NTP servers (LAN / Internet).

NTP services: Server and Client are possible simultaneously. Switch program function via MOBALine e.g. with external switch relays KR 461 for bells or any building automation, programmable via LAN.

Typical application for schools with bells, universities, hospitals etc.

 

DTS 4801 or 4802.masterclock synchronized and monitored from a Master Time Center MTC (with CAN Module) via LAN/WAN.

DTS 4801 or 4802.masterclock synchronized and monitored form a Master Time Center MTC via LAN/WAN

DTS 4802.masterclock as impulse and/or MOBALine sub-master clock and for synchronization and monitoring of a  conventional slave master clock. All alarms reported to Master Time Center MTC. Typical application for e.g. industries, hospitals, banks etc., where versatile technical solutions are requested with many different kind of time signals and  different kind of equipment to be synchronized (existing master clocks, existing impulse clocks, new self-setting clocks etc.).

 

DTS 4801.masterclock e.g. as a master clock for monitored slave clocks.

DTS 4801.masterclock e.g. as a master clock for monitored slave clocks

DTS 4801.masterclock to control and monitor up to 31 self-setting slave clocks (including clock illumination control and monitoring) and to synchronize selfsetting MOBALine slave clocks, self-setting IRIG-B/ AFNOR clocks (option) or  conventional impulse clocks.

Typical application for railways, airports and other public areas.

 

Local DTS 480x.masterclocks, synchronized from redundant DTS 413x.timeservers.

Local DTS 480x.masterclocks, synchronized from reundand DTS 413x.timeservers

Application example for railways, airports, schools, hospitals etc.: Central place with high accurate timeserver as main  master clock, with high availability. Local sub-master clocks, for synchronization of all local equipment. Remote operation  of all devices through LAN.

Centralized status/alarm monitoring via SNMP or alarm reporting via e-mail.

 

DTS 480x.masterclock front view with LEDs, display and connectors


Net Master Clock DTS 4801/4802.masterclock - Front view

LEDs: Power supply, synchronization and network monitoring
Display: time, date, status information, alarm, IP, etc.

Connectors:

  • LAN connector RJ45, 10 / 100 Mbit
  • PC terminal connector, RS 232 Sub-D 9p male
  • USB connector for software update, maintenance or file download to the master clock (e.g. switch programs, telegram files etc.)

DTS 4801.masterclock rear view with connectors

Net Master Clock DTS 4801/4802.masterclock - Rear view

Connectors:

  • Mains power connector
  • DC power supply input,
  • 4 alarm or control inputs,
  • DCF input,
  • DCF or pulse output,
  • serial interface RS 232 for script file programmed serial messages and DC output for GPS 4500

4802: 2 x MOBALine or impulse line
4801: 1 x MOBALine or impulse line or IRIG-B/ AFNOR (option), RS 485 clock line (instead of serial interface).

 

DTS - Distributed Time

The DTS 480x.masterclock is part of the Distributed Time System, developed by Moser-Baer AG. Various devices, such as master clocks and time servers are being connected via standard LAN (Ethernet). The whole DTS is synchronized, monitored and operated through the LAN; this includes remote operation control, supervision and error handling, e.g. via Management software MOBA-NMS.

Timeserver DTS 4135.timeserver

e.g. DTS 4135.timeserver; highly accurate multipurpose timeserver