Time server with integrated radio clock

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EMC Professional 3001 for precise time in industrial IT networks

  • Precise time for your operation critical IT infrastructure
  • Integrated battery-backed real-time clock provides increased operational reliability, even in the vent of reception problems
  • Freely configurable, time-controlled relay output
  • More security with sensor environment monitoring
  • Atomically accurate radio time across all network devices
Key Features
  • Atomically accurate radio time via DCF77 signal
  • Stand-alone NTP time server
  • Optimal reception due to active ferrite rod antenna
  • LC display with date and time
  • Battery-backed real-time clock
  • 1 programmable relay output
  • Connection for plug-and-play temperature sensor
  • Digital filter and intelligent error connection
  • Battery-backed and temperature-compensated real-time clock increases operational reliability
  • Generation of status messages (Syslog and SNMP traps)
  • Access protection by IP access control
  • Potential free relay output
  • Network independent control via RS232
  • Firmware update via Ethernet during operation (no restart required)
  • Simple and flexible configuration via web browser, Windows or Linux program
  • Dynamic assignment of an IP address via DHCP or manual assignment of static IP address
  • Fast and easy installation
  • Easy-to-read signal monitor provides information about reception quality

Electrical Connections
1 DC socket for external power supply unit
1 Ethernet connector RJ45 (10/100 Mbit/s)
1 switchable output (industrial clamp)
1 serial interface RS232 (Sub-D, 9-pin)
1 BNC connection for active ferrite rode antenna

Technical Details
LxWxH: 170 x 105 x 65 mm
Weight: approx. 700 g
Cable length antenna: 5 m (extendable up to 100 m)
Operating temperature: 0-50 °C
Storage temperature: -20 – 70 °C
Relative humidity: 0 – 95 % (non condensing)

Scope of delivery
EMC Professional 3001
DCF77 antenna 0220
Power supply unit 7905
LAN cable
RS232 cable
Quick start guide