Precise time accuracy for distributed networks is critical for system synchronisation.
The GPS Sync, available from Dewar Electronics , utilises precision time and date stamping for these critical time reference applications where distance limitations occur.
The key element for synchronisation is the reference clock.
The GPS Sync is an electronic device intended to synchronise various IEDs (Intelligent Electronic Devices) with a common, high accuracy time reference obtained from the GPS satellite system.
Synchronising system devices with the GPS Sync allows for precise analysis of events that affect geographically diverse areas of the entire system.
The possibility of modularity of the GPS Sync and the high power outputs provide synchronisation to equipment for longer distances than typical designs. And its industrial design and full protection make the GPS Sync a suitable choice for harsh conditions such as the ones in electrical substations.
- Specially designed for harsh environments in terms of electromagnetic noise and overvoltages
- High synchronisation power output, for maximum distance or high number of devices to be synchronised
- Versatility in number and type of synchronisation ports
- Provides flexible synchronisation of IEC-61850 devices within electrical facilities
- Large, highly visible display
- Loss of synchronism alarm
- Internal clock backup when satellite synchronisation is unavailable
- Configurable Timepulse signal
- 4 IRIG-B outputs, with adjustable power level
- 4 optional IRIG-B un-modulated output through F.O. for long distances, or coax. with TTL levels
- RS-232 ASCII output for various protocols
- Easy adaptation to other specific protocols