برند HOPF

برند HOPF


hopf Elektronik GmbH در سال 1972 در کشور آلمان تاسیس شد و بیش از 45 سال در حال تولید و فروش سیستم های GPS و clock مرکزی با دقت بسیار بالا میباشد. کیفیت بالای محصولات HOPF تضمین کننده توسعه ، تولید و فروش و همچنین راهکارهای سازمانی این برند است.

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ماژول 6875 یک تایم سرور GPS در یک محفظه جمع و جور آلومینیومی برای نصب در ریل 35 میلی متری است.
این ماژول دارای دو رابط شبکه 10/100/1000 طبق شرح ذیل میباشد:
2 ethernet interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing, VLAN, Bonding, PRP
دارای رابط سریال COM1: RS232 یا RS422
دارای خروجی پروتکل برای داده های زمانی NTP / SNTP و یا SINEC H1
پشتیبانی VLAN مطابق با IEEE 802.1q
پروتکل افزونگی موازی PRP مطابق با IEC 62439-3

 

تایم سرور 8029NTS کاملاً بدون تعمیر و نگهداری و هماهنگ سازی کلاک شبکه جهت نصب بصورت DIN Rail و بهترین راه حل هماهنگ سازی شبکه ها و برنامه های صنعتی است
سرور NTP مستقل به طور پیش فرض یکپارچه شده است. در صورت درخواست سیستم شما می تواند به 1 سرور مستقل NTP دیگر یا با ماژول های خروجی مجهز شود
عملکرد ساده و کامل و ایمن
نوار وضعیت به راحتی از طریق WebGUI در دسترس است
امنیت تضمین شده
کلیدهای متقارن
محدودیت دسترسی
اتوکی
خروجی وضعیت هماهنگ سازی از طریق اتصال دهنده نوری
مدار آنتن GPS با جداسازی احتمالی و کنترل مدار آنتن (نظارت در صورت باز بودن ورودی آنتن یا اتصال کوتاه)
با هماهنگ سازی زمان GPS و پروتکل زمان استفاده جهانی NTP ، سرور زمان 8029NTS به سرور بسیار دقیق NTP Stratum 1 تبدیل می شود
هماهنگ سازی دستگاه های سازگار IEC 61850 از طریق NTP / SNTP
محفظه پروفیل آلومینیومی بسته برای نصب آسان و افقی
تعویض خودکار زمان تابستان / زمستان
دقت بالا در کارخانجات ارائه شده توسط GPS که از تنظیم کوارتز داخلی پشتیبانی می کند
اعتبار سنجی چندگانه اضافی سیگنال همگام سازی برای ارزیابی سیگنال بدون خطا و بدون جهش
حداقل نیاز پشتیبانی و پشتیبان گیری

سیستم ساعت و تایم سرور جهت صرفه جویی در فضا در محفظه پروفیل آلومینیوم بسته و برای نصب آسان و افقی در ریل آماده شده است 
اطلاعات مهم و وضعیت عملیاتی موجود از طریق LED ها در پنل جلویی در دسترس است
عملکرد ساده و کامل و ایمن
گیرنده GPS 22 کانال
یک ماژول زمان سنج یکپارچه
2 رابط اترنت 10/100/1000 مگابیت در ثانیه
پروتکل زمان شبکه (NTP)
بهبود امنیت تضمین شده
کلیدهای متقارن
اتوکی
محدودیت دسترسی
خروجی وضعیت هماهنگ سازی از طریق اتصال دهنده نوری
اعتبار سنجی چندگانه اضافی سیگنال همگام سازی برای ارزیابی سیگنال بدون خطا و بدون جهش

By implementation of up to two (2) NTP LAN Boards 7273(RC) or NTP LAN Boards 7274(RC) (10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing, VLAN, Bonding, PRP) system 6844(RC) becomes a highly accurate NTP Stratum 1 Time Server fo synchronization of computers and industrial networks.

سرور دقیق هماهنگ سازی رایانه ها و شبکه های صنعتی

By implementation of NTP LAN Boards 7273(RC) or NTP LAN Boards 7274(RC) (10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing, VLAN, Bonding, PRP) system 7001(RC) becomes a highly accurate NTP Stratum 1 Time Server for synchronization of computers and industrial networks.

System 7001(RC) can either be delivered with NTP LAN Board(s) 7273(RC) / with NTP LAN Board(s) 7274(RC) from the factory or subsequently extended by board(s) 7273(RC) / 7274(RC) in the field.

System 7001: up to 8 NTP LAN Board(s) 7273 / 7274 implementable
System 7001RC: up to 31 NTP LAN Board(s) 7273RC / 7274RC implementable
The modular design structure of system 7001(RC) also allows the combination of one board 7273(RC) / one board 7274(RC) with any other function board suitable for system 7001(RC).

The receiver unit 4460 serves to synchronise the control devices with cyclic pulses.
The data are emitted potential free. The unit can operate in a wide voltage range 12-60V DC (optional 36-75VDC).
The electronic is placed in a plastic terminal box with screw terminals for the connections. The package is fixed to a bar.
When the operating voltage is connected to the screw terminals (see block wiring diagram) as well as the antenna to the BNC-connector the device is ready for operation.

Module 4465 is a DCF77 clock in a compact aluminium housing for 35mm DIN rail mounting (DIN EN 60715 TH35). The module is easily clipped onto the rail via a clip based on "snap-in" mechanism.
Module 4465 has a serial interface that is implemented in two (2) interface formats. There are five (5) interface versions available.

Module 4475 is a Sub-Master Clock Module in a compact aluminium housing for 35mm DIN rail mounting (DIN EN 60715 TH35). The module is easily clipped onto the rail via a clip based on "snap-in" mechanism.

The synchronisation of Sub-Master Clock Module 4475 can be performed via the following signals:

Serial hopf Master/Slave string from a hopf Master Clock
DCF77 pulse (1Hz)
Module 4475 provides the below parameterizable signal outputs via the hmc (hopf Management Con-sole):

Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or
digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500 or connection to the hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: RS232 or RS422 (level parameterizable via the hmc)
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or
digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x TTL output
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or
digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz) or
analogue IRIG-B signal B12x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Optionally available with additional:
1x or 2x FO outputs
1x FO output and 1x FO input
for the output of a serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or
digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Version with additional NTP / SINEC H1 LAN Board on request

Module 6870 is a GPS clock in a compact aluminium housing for 35mm DIN rail mounting (DIN EN 60715 TH35). The module is easily clipped onto the rail via a clip based on "snap-in" mechanism.

Module 6870 has two (2) individual and independent interfaces and is available in six (6) different interface versions. The interface COM0 is always implemented as RS232. The design of interface COM1 depends on the interface version of Module 6870.

The different interface versions of Module 6870 provide the below parameterizable signal outputs via the hmc (hopf Management Console):

Interface Version 1 (RS232/RS422)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: RS422
Output of serial string (independent of COM0)
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz)
Interface Version 2 (RS232/RS232)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: RS232
Output of serial string (independent of COM0)
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz)
Interface Version 3 (RS232/TTY passive)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: TTY passive
Output of serial string (independent of COM0)
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz)
Interface Version 4 (RS232/Pulse Interface in TTL Level)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: TTL level (high and low active)
Output of PPS pulse or DCF77 pulse (1Hz) in TTL level
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz)
Interface Version 5 (RS232/RS422/IRIG-B)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1: RS422
Output of serial string (independent of COM0)
1x output in TTL level (high active)
Output of digital IRIG-B Signal IRIG-B B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE 1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of analogue IRIG-B Signal IRIG-B B12x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Interface Version 6 (RS232/NGTS-Pulse)
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string / connection to hmc (hopf Management Console)
Serial interface COM1:
Output of NGTS-pulse in RS232 level
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz)

Module 6875 is a GPS Time Server in a compact aluminium housing for 35mm DIN rail mounting (DIN EN 60715 TH35).

It consists of a GPS clock module 6875 in an extended DIN Rail housing that have an additionally implemented NTP SINEC H1 LAN Board 7273 or an NTP SINEC H1 LAN Board 7274 (2 ethernet interfaces 10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing, VLAN, Bonding, PRP).

Signal outputs from Module 6875 (parameterizable via hmc (hopf Management Console))
Serial interface COM0: RS232
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Serial interface COM1: RS232 or RS422 (level parameterizable via the hmc)
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
3x optical coupler pulse outputs (potential free)
Output of cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or status messages
1x TTL output
Output of serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
1x analogue output via BNC
Output of DCF77 antenna simulation (77.5kHz) or analogue IRIG-B signal B12x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Optionally available with additional:
1x FO output for the output of a serial string, cyclic pulses, DCF77 pulse (1Hz) or digital IRIG-B signal B00x / IEEE C37.118-2005 (formerly IEEE1344-1995) / AFNOR NF S87-500
Signal outputs from board 7273 DIN-Rail (parameterizable via WEB-GUI)
1x 10/100 Mbit/s autosensing via Board 7273
Output of the protocol for NTP/SNTP (RFC5905) and/or SINEC H1 time datagram. The full functionality of board 7273 is available.
Signal outputs from board 7274 DIN-Rail (parameterizable via WEB-GUI)
2x 10/100/1000 Mbit/s autosensing via Board 7274
Output of the protocol for NTP/SNTP (RFC5905) and/or SINEC H1 time datagram. The full functionality of board 7274 is available.
Activation options:
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

Compact - space-saving - highly precise - maintenance free!

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: Power supply - optionally available with:
100 - 240V AC (50/60 Hz)
110 - 250V DC
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

Switch-Box - System 5000 was designed and developed for setting up redundant clock systems in the 'hot standby function with automatic status-dependent signal switchover' operating mode.

Switch-Box - System 5000 is used when the most stringent demands are placed on the availability of a clock system.

The Switch-Box ensures that the signal output to the customer application is carried out at a low error level via the Clock System.

The Switch-Box realizes this fault-dependent signal switchover between the master and its redundant system by monitoring the status of the respective clock system. The Switch-Box can be configured in two different operating modes for this purpose:

Dynamic Error Status (for System 7001 and 7001RC)
In order to output the status information to the Switch-Box, clock systems 7001 and 7001RC generate special status information which can be picked up via a SUB-D connector on the front panel of Control Board 7020/7020RC.

Different priorities can be assigned to the various error messages in the clock systems in order to define optimum switchover conditions for the customer's application.

The clock systems can be monitored for 4 conditions in this mode:

Total failure / line breakage
Major fault
Minor fault
System O.K.
Static Error Status (for Series 6000 systems)
This mode was designed for Series 6000 clock systems; however in this mode the Switch-Box can also be controlled by external systems (on providing the required signals at a suitable signal level).

Two static signals of the clock systems are monitored in this mode:

Operation/voltage O.K.
Synchronicity O.K.
Due to the system's modular construction, the Switch-Box can easily be adjusted to the respective customer requirements or upgraded by the customer at a later date.

Thus specially adapted Switch-Boards, which generally facilitate easy connection between Switch-Box and clock system, are available for the various clock system output boards.

The basic system comprises:

1/1 19" rack 3U/84HP
Standard power supply unit with 115/230V AC / 30VA (47-63Hz)
Other input voltages and power supply units available
Incoming voltage feed with mains switch and line filter
Connection for protection earth cables up to 16mm²
System front panel with status LEDs