GNSS 3000

The GNSS 3000 is a time signal receiver intended for receiving time signals from navigation satellites. It can receive and process GLONASS and GPS signals.
With this high precise time source as reference, the GNSS 3000 is designed to be a synchronization source for master clocks and time servers.
To this end, it generates a 1 PPS signal (one pulse per second) or a DCF time code signal, which is following successful synchronization. In addition, the information from NMEA standards (GGA, ZDA) are available as serial telegrams.
The dome-like form of the antenna sheds water and snow and prevents failures during winter.
The GNSS 3000 has different operating modes which allow a diagnosis of the reception quality.

GNSS 3000 - Satellite Time Signal Receiver

 

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