Time Server Linux

Synchronise the time on LINUX computer

Using time from GPS satellites ensures the Galleon LINUX Time Server is accurate to fractions of a second providing accurate time for your computer network. A software driver will take the UTC time and update the LINUX server, which can then be used to distribute the time across the network using standard LINUX NTP commands. Software for LINUX, UNIX Redhat, AIX is supplied to synchronise the time on a server.

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Time Server Linux

Server GPS Clock LINUX. Provides accurate time in any location world-wide by tracking up to 12 satellites, it supplies this time to a user display and to the computer via a serial interface (RS232). The software driver will synchronise the time on a single LINUX Server. Consists of mains powered GPS Computer Clock with remote antenna up to 1,000m (3,000 ft) away, serial interface, LED Time signal display and power supply. Guaranteed to obtain a signal.

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