TS700 Atomic Clock, Windows NT/2000/2003/XP NTP Server Software
Galleon provides atomic clock and NTP time server solutions for computers and computer networks. Our radio atomic clock time servers cansynchronise computers to within a fraction of a second of the correct time.
Network Time Protocol (NTP) can be used to synchronize the time on network clients, across an IP network, to the correct time of a timeserver. Time Sync NTP provides a stratum 1 Time Server for ensuring the time is correct across an entire network.
The TS700 Atomic Clock is an advanced clock, specifically designed to provide good radio signal reception in poor signal conditions. Theantenna can be mounted, outdoors if required, up to 100m from the host computer.
With the Windows NT/2000/2003/XP NTP Server software it can synchronise an entire computer network to the most accurate clock in the world.
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- Converts any Windows NT/2000/2003/XP PC into a Stratum 1 NTP Time Server to accurately synchronize the time on network clients acrossan IP network.
- Guarantees signal reception in most areas.
- Weather-proof IP65 Antenna, can be wall mounted, outdoors, if required.
- 100 meters maximum cable length (5 meters supplied).
- Can utilise CAT 3/4/5 structured cabling.
- Just plug into free serial (RS232) port on PC. .
- Ideal for poor signal strength areas
- Reliable and secure source of time for your Network.
- Eliminates time drift on computers and networks.
- Easy to install, configure and maintain.
- Accurately synchronize mission critical network operations and applications across thousands of network clients
- Secure source of time inside your firewall
- Provides accurate time source for Time & Attendance, Access Control and mission critical applications.
Time Sync NTP Server - Windows NT/2000/2003/XP NTP Server Software
Time Sync NTP is a combined Windows 32 bit service and configuration utility that provides a stratum 1 time server for WindowsNT/2000/2003/XP. It maintains the computers time and network time clients to within a fraction of a second of the correct time.