NTP Server

NTS 6001 Dual Time Server

GPS time server

Network Time Server(NTP) with two independent time sources A complete solution for synchronising the time across computer networks. The Galleon NTS-6000-DUAL Network Time Server combines a GPS receiver plus a radio time signal receiver (MSF, WWVB, or DCF) with an embedded solid state computer and straight forward configuration and management via a network interface.

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Solid State NTP network time server with GPS and Radio time synchronisation Incorporates both a Galleon GPS Computer Clock and a Galleon Radio time signal receiver for greater reliability and resilience in the event that one of the time signals is lost the other will automatically be used. The NTS-6000-DUAL Connects directly to Ethernet, fits in a standard 19" rack, has a LCD display, showing signal, time and system information for easy installation, network connection is Ethernet CAT5. Conforms to Network Time Protocol Version 4 (NTP V4).

Key Features

  • Ready-to-operate Secure Stratum 1 NTP Time Server, using SSH and HTTPS.
  • Support for NTP v2, NTP v3, NTP v4 and SNTP compatible clients
  • Configured across network via a secure browser interface
  • Able to Peer with other NTP time servers for enhanced synchronization security.
  • MD5 authentication for advanced security.
  • Upgradeable flash memory
  • Dual RJ-45 Ethernet interfaces 10/100 MBit
  • Antenna connected with up to 1,000m of 6 core cable
  • Front Panel display for Time and Satellite and Radio time Status
  • Digital wall clocks synchronised via network are optional
  • Includes GPS active antenna as well as a Radio atomic clock active antenna.
  • Monitoring/configuring by http / html / https (RFC2616)
  • SNTP, NTP, Daytime and Time protocol support Syslog error reporting
  • 5 years warranty
NTS 6000 Dual


The Galleon NTS-6001-DUAL is a standalone "ready-to-run" NTP time server for TCP/IP networks, which comes with network based interface for management and configuration. The IP address of the unit can be configured by using DHCP to assigning an IP address automatically or a fixed IP address can be used. A display shows run-time information for both the GPS subsystem and the NTP server. The NTS-6000 can handle more than 1,000 NTP requests per second, making it the first choice for providing accurate time information to large network with thousands of clients.


Type of receiver: 1) Primary receiver Active Antenna GPS 12 channel.
2) Secondary time receiver radio time source (WWVB, DCF, or MSF)
Housing: 19" case (1U)
Display: LC-display, 2 x 20 characters, with backlight
Scope of supply: The system will be delivered inclusive of GPS antenna and Radio antenna.
Network Interface: Dual RJ-45 Network Connection 10/100 MBit
Power supply: 85 ... 260V, 47 ... 63Hz
Temperature: 0 ... 50°C / 32 ... 122°F
Humidity: Max. 85%
Timing Accuracy: Network: ± 5 milliseconds, typical GPS: 1 microseconds, relative to UTC
Options: Antenna cable extension kit to allow the antenna to be mounted up to 1,000m (3,000ft) from the NTS-4000-GPS

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