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.

Main function:

  • The GNSS 3000 is designed to be a synchronization source for master clocks and time servers

Time signals inputs:

  • GLONASS and GPS signals

Time signals outputs:

  • DCF current loop
  • Serial RS422 telegrams: NMEA (GGA, ZDA)
  • PPS pulses (1 pulse per second)

Time signal accuracy:

  • Better +/- 5 µs

Power supply:

  • 12 – 60 VDC / < 3 W

Cable:

  • Antenna to receiver box: coaxial cable
  • Receiver box to master clock: up to 200m standard signal cable possible

Features:

  • 32 channel satellite tracking, min. 3 satellites required