LANTIME M300/MRS - NTP Time Server with ultra stable Oscillator
- Synchronization of NTP and SNTP compatible clients
- Web based status and configuration interface (Demo) and console based graphical configuration utility
- Pulse Per Second (PPS), TTL level, pulse width: 200ms
- Supported networking protocols: IPv4, IPv6, HTTPS, HTTP, SSH, TELNET, SCP, SFTP, FTP, SYSLOG, SNMP
- Alert-Notification system of status change by Email, WinMail, SNMP or an external connected display
- LC-display, 2 x 40 characters, with backlight
- Full SNMP v1,v2,v3 support with own SNMP-daemon for status and configuration and SNMP Trap messages
- Two independant RJ-45 ethernet interfaces 10/100 MBit
- USB port in the front panel to perform updates, to authenticate, save configuration and log files
- Time Code (e.g. IRIG-B)
- Pulse Per Second (PPS)
- or external NTP servers
Reliable and accurate NTP/SNTP time source
The LANTIME M300/MRS is a very reliable and accurate time source for all NTP and SNTP compatible systems, and uses an ultra-stable internal oscillator (OCXO-HQ) as its primary reference time source.
The MRS version of the LANTIME M300 includes a high quality oscillator and is able to function as a reliable time source in applications where no antenna can be installed. Where no source of time is available, the LANTIME M300/MRS can operate in a fully independent mode by simply setting the time manually during initial configuration. The precision internal oscillator maintains a stable timebase during normal operation, and its battery-buffered RTC retains the time data during power outages or reboots.
This precision oscillator can also be disciplined by several possible time sources if they are available: other NTP time servers over the network, GPS, or a reference time source providing 1PPS, 10 MHz, or IRIG B/AFNOR time code. (If GPS synchronization is desired, the GPS Antenna can be purchased as an optional accessory.) The „automatic“ mode of the MRS will use GPS as its primary synchronization source and switches to the NTP reference mode whenever GPS reception is not possible.
The integrated OCXO-HQ guarantees a stable time base, and a free running MRS (without any external reference like GPS or NTP) shows a maximum time error of +/- 1.6 seconds per year (4.4 msec/day).
All outputs of the M300/MRS, including 1PPS, 10 MHz and the Sysplex Timer output are fully functional and stable with all possible references (NTP, GPS, 1PPS, 10 MHz, or Time Code) or in free running mode.