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Hopf GPS DIN Rail Module 8030NTS/GPS

Timeserver 8030NTS/GPS for DIN rail mounting

This is the hopf network timeserver 8030NTS/GPS, easily explained.

With its up to 2 isolated and mutually independent network timeserver modules and up to 4 ethernet interfaces the network timeserver 8030NTS/GPS for DIN rail mounting is the ideal solution ensuring enhanced security for business critical and even most demanding applications!

Base system 8030NTS/GPS is equipped with 1 network timeserver module by default:

  • 2 ethernet interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing
  • Network Time Protocol (NTP) Version 4 (RFC5905)

To ensure enhanced security and availability in redundant networks one isolated, independent network timeserver module 8030NTS/M may be integrated in the base system at time of purchase.

Optionally the network timeserver 8030NTS/GPS may also be equipped with numerous time synchronization modules for the output of:

  • IRIG-B (modulated / unmodulated)
  • DCF77 (modulated / unmodulated)
  • Cyclic Pulses (PPS, PPM, etc.)
  • Serial time datagram

The mentioned output modules are available in various electrical signal output versions as well as modules for fiber optic output.

You may also decide on purchase which power supply to be configured for you:

  • Power supply - standard delivery with:
    • 100 - 240V AC (50/60 Hz)
    • 110 - 250V DC 24V DC (18 - 36V DC)
  • Power supply - optionally available with:
    • 24V DC (18 - 36V DC)
    • 48V DC (36 - 76V DC)

Even more flexibility required?!

Activate additional functions per network timeserver module on site after purchase of the appliance by entering a serial number-dependent activation key.

  • Alarming
    • SNMPv2c / SNMPv3 (MIB II, hopf Private Enterprise MIB, SNMP traps)
    • E-Mail Notification
    • SYSLOG
  • Routing: for configuring static routes based on special network configuration requirements
  • VLAN support according to IEEE 802.1q
  • Port Aggregation (NIC Bonding/Teaming) with support of IEEE 802.3ad trunks
  • Parallel Redundancy Protocol (PRP) according to IEC 62439-3
  • Precision Time Protocol (PTP) according to IEEE 1588-2008
    • IEEE Standard Profile for Use of IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol in Power System Applications (Power Profile) according to IEEE Std C37.238-2011
  • SINEC H1 time datagram

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