TimeMachines develops new GPS PTP Time Server technology with breakthrough capabilities and breaks the high price precedent historically set by industry. Lincoln, NE – Although considered a young technology company, TimeMachines has already built a solid reputation for engineering the most capable and cost-efficient Time Servers and Displays on the market. Virtually every industry must keep…Read More
Communication Systems Solutions, LLC Achieves High Level ISO 9001:2008 Certification Lincoln, NE – Communication Systems Solutions (CSS) has earned International Organization for Standardization (“ISO”) 9001:2008 registration for Quality Management Standards. In July 2012, CSS successfully completed the ISO registration process. Established by the International Standards Organization, this quality management system sets a global standard for…Read More
TM1000A GPS Network Time Servers boast accurate time for all devices Where Internet based time keeping systems experience lag and connections fail, Communication Systems Solutions (CSS) provides apowerful alternative. The TM1000A GPS Network Time Server, the latest addition to the Time Machines product line, serves as a low costsolution to time synchronization problems. The compact…Read More
The Time Machines GPS Network Time Server is a simple to use GPS based time server that will supply accurate time for all computers and time keeping devices on the network. By placing a time server on the local network, (S)NTP time packets are provided without requiring systems to go to the Internet to get a Stratum 1 time synchronization. The system uses an active GPS antenna to maintain the current time as broadcast by United States GPS satellites. With this device there is no longer the worry that if the Internet connection goes down, time synchronization is lost across the network.
Perfect for an office where you need to know the correct time- these clocks can be synchronized with the other Time Machine clocks in a building. The functionality is the same as our other clocks with the addition of the seconds. It can be seen up to 75 feet away and be synchronized to a common source so they all present the same time. If you mount several clocks together, they will move in unison to show time in other time zones.