Time distribution for railways and stations

 

LEDI Network TS

The innovative range of LEDI NETWORK TS (Time Servers) updates devices connected to ETHERNET network and clocks connected to this network. Implementation is simple : just “plug and play”.
A complete range of servers that have:

  • Sync Inputs on DCF, France Inter, AFNOR NFS87500/IRIG B, GPS, NTP / SNTP
  • Releases NTP / SNTP, AFNOR NFS87500/IRIG B, ASCII, SMPTE outputs for synchronizing automate.

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LEDI Network ITS V2m

The enhanced version of LEDI Network ITS V2m with redundant inputs and equipped with a high efficiency internal oscillator. Their stability offers an efficient and secured synchronization in all circumstances.

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LEDI & LEDICA Digital Clock

 Gorgy Timing

Digital clock LEDI®, international timepiece, has been created with perfection, its design and its innovations are immediately identifiable as GORGY TIMING original model.

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HANDI Analog Clock

 Gorgy Timing

The Standard version of HANDI® analogue clock range is composed of a flat aluminum case, a white dial with black Arabic numerals and hands, ensuring easy visibility.

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OSA 5420 Series

Our OSA 5420 series is a family of cost-effective, mid-scale synchronization distribution and assurance devices that bring the power of Syncjack™ to any network. Following a toolbox approach, the family members of the OSA 5420 series can be utilized in a variety of network synchronization applications, including IEEE 1588v2 Grandmaster, Boundary Clock, Slave Clock and Assisted Partial Timing Support (APTS).

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OSA 5430 Series

With our OSA 5430, a carrier-grade IEEE 1588v2 grandmaster clock supporting 10Gbit/s as well as 1Gbit/s interfaces with hardware timestamping, cost-effective and accurate synchronization distribution for next-generation technologies such as LTE-A is no longer a challenge. What’s more, its NTP server, multiple BITS outputs and GNSS receiver capabilities, make it also ideal for the smooth upgrade of legacy synchronization architectures.

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