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Swiss Time Systems
MOBALine Time Distribution
Wireless Time Distribution WTD
NTP - Time over Ethernet ToE
Distributed Time System DTS
DTS 480x.masterclock
DTS 4135.timeserver
DTS Time Servers
DTS Grandmaster Clocks
PRODUCT OVERVIEW
ETC Master Clocks
Time Centers
Time Signal Receivers
Interfaces & Switching Relays
Indoor Analog Clocks
Outdoor Analog Clocks
Digital Clocks
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MOBALine -
Time Code Receiver
Makes time distribution easy
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MOBALine is a 2-wire transmission system for maintenance-free selfsetting clocks and remotely synchronized computer based systems.
MOBALine controls:
• self-setting analog and digital clocks
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Advantages:
MOBALine
Movements
• simple, robust alternative to DCF 77, DCF-FSK and IRIG-B
• can use existing 2-wire lines
• can supply clocks with both synchronization and power
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WTD
Wireless Time Distribution
Wireless Time Distribution for digital and analog
clocks (radio frequency 868 MHz)
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Extension of WTD system through
LAN
An unlimited number of WDT 868-Transmitters can be synchronized
by NTP Time Server through LAN.
WTD Stand-alone solution
Clocks with movement SAW 00 / SEW 00
or receiver interface WTD 868-R
GPS Receiver
GPS 4500
GPS receiver
GPS 4500
DCF 4500
MSF 4500
LAN
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Ethernet/IP/UDP
NTP Time Server
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Master Clock NMC
including ”SeasonServer“ function
DCF 77 time signal
A WTD 868-Transmitter
for each building
DC supply 15 - 56 V
Synchronization of the transmitter by DCF 77 time
code from a GPS or DCF time signal receiver.
Power supply for
WTD 868-T
WTD, the most important features and advantages:
•High flexibility for realizing new time systems or the extension of
existing clock systems in a convenient way
•Versatile application e.g. in historic buildings under monument
protection, low cost wireless installation for small clock systems
e.g. in schools, simple retrofitting of existing clock systems in
buildings and open-plan offices, extension of existing wired clock
systems
•Use of unlimited number of slave clocks within the range of a
transmitter
•High reliability in time synchronization over distances of up to
200 m
•Simple and economic installation – therefore essential cost savings
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Some WTD products:
Transmitter WTD 868-T
Input: LAN, DCF 77, GPS
Output: Radio transmitted
time code (868 MHz)
Receiver Interface:
WTD 868-RM or WTD 868-RD
Input: Time code from a
WTD 868-Transmitter
or Repeater
Output: - RM: MOBALine
- RD: DCF 77
DC 57, 100 & 180:
Digital indoor clocks equipped
with exernal WTD 868-RD
receiver interface
Slave clocks for WTD with or without
second display:
- FLEX
- ECO
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NTP - Time over Ethernet ToE
The innovative way to distribute time to clock systems, IT
infrastructures, building and security technology
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Example of a LAN based time distribution
Time synchronization of, for example, PC/workstations,
time recording and access control systems
Time signal receiver
e.g. GPS 4500 or
DCF 4500
PoE Switch
Unicast and multicast
compatible
time server
NTP
NTP
LAN
Ethernet
IP/UDP
NTP
NTP
NTP
NTP
Digital clocks with direct
NTP synchronization,
mains powered or PoE
e.g., DC, DK model range
NMI
PoE powered
NTP
DCF 77
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LAN Ethernet/NTP
NTP
NTP
NTP
Analog slave clocks
50, 60, 80 cm,
mains powered or PoE
Network Management
System (MOBA-NMS)
NTP
PoE
Injektor
DCF 77 synchronized
master clocks e.g.
EuroTime Center ETC
Slave clocks with NTP movement
SEN 40 and PoE power supply
NTP slave clocks and NMIs with NTP multicast don't need an IP address.
Considerable advantages can be gained by using networks for time
synchronization of clocks, clock systems and time servers.
• Installation costs for networked clock systems can be drastically
reduced
• The entire network, including all components and systems, is absolutely synchronized to the same time
• By including a time server (e.g. MOBATIME DTS masterclock or
or DTS timeserver) the exact atomic clock time signal received
via the DCF 77 or GPS can be fed directly into the network in the
form of NTP time information
• A considerable advantage is gained by the option of being able
to integrate modern computer master clocks directly into the network. Via Ethernet LAN and NTP an almost unlimited number of
slave clocks can be synchronized, no additional time signal receivers are necessary
• A LAN-based time system can be configured and monitored from
any computer in the network. Malfunctions, error messages and
alarms are signalled via alarm relays, using SNMP traps or
e-mails. If the clocks have the new LAN-compatible MOBATIME
clock circuitry on the network it is even possible to ascertain whether all the clocks are functioning correctly using the MOBATIME
software Network Management System (MOBA-NMS)
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Some LAN products:
NTP movement SAN 40 / SEN 40
for clocks up to 40 cm in size
Indoor and Outdoor slave clocks
with LAN movement:
-FLEX
-ECO
-MODERNA
-Metroline
-Profiline
Network Management System:
-MOBA-NMS
Network Management Interface:
-NMI
MOBATIME timeservers:
- DTS timeserver
- DTS masterclock
Digital clocks with direct NTP
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DTS Distributed Time System
Time system with persuasive future prospects
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MOBA-NMS
Network Management Software
The MOBA-NMS software can be used to access and manage
MOBATIME network devices, from master clocks and time servers to
slave clocks, interfaces and relays.
The DTS concept is specially designed for medium and large networks and offers a range of persuasive features:
Features:
• Automated device search
• Easy device configuration
• The system can be decentralized; “Function where it is required”
• Central device management (not in NMS Basic)
• Security and reliability is provided by redundancy in operation
and in power supply, as well as by alternative alarm reports
(alarm relay, e-mail or SNMP)
• System monitoring
• Maximum precision of the DTS time reference
• Simple, convenient and centralized operation, configuration, programming, administration, and monitoring via LAN
• Network functions for highly precise time distribution to all NTP
clients in the LAN/WAN network, as well as to sub-systems, such
as slave clock lines, or switching and control systems of buildings
and to IT Security services
• System supervision
• Analysis tools
• Reporting tools
• DSS (Device Supervision Service) (NMS Expert only)
Versions:
• NMS Basic: for controlling a single device, limited functionality
• NMS Pro Limited: for up to 50 slave and 2 master devices
• NMS Pro Unlimited: for up to 5‘000 slave and 100 master devices
• NMS Expert: same capacity as Pro Unlimited, contains DSS
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Net Master Clock
DTS 480x.masterclock
NTP Time Server and Master Clock
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Application example: DTS 4801.masterclock as NTP
Time Server synchronized from GPS or synchronized
from another NTP Time Server (LAN / Internet).
NTP Server
Time signal
NTP Server
receiver
GPS 4500
DCF 4500
LAN / WAN
LAN
WAN
LAN / WAN
The Concept
DCF
MOBA-NMS
NTP Services
NTP Clients
The DTS masterclock is designed especially for network environment.
It is able to work as an accurate time server, master clock or submaster clock, synchronized from LAN.
RS 485
Synchronization sources: DCF, GPS, LAN (NTP).
Time signal outputs:
DTS 4801: •1 MOBALine or impulse line (700mA eff.)
•1 RS 485 line for monitored self-setting slave clocks
•1 DCF / pulses / frequency output
DTS 4802: •2 MOBALine or impulse lines (totally 700mA eff.)
•1 RS 232/485 for script file programmable serial
telegrams
•1 DCF / pulses / frequency output
Operating control:PC terminal software over RS 232 (front Sub-D 9 pin) or Telnet, SSH, SNMP over LAN or MOBA-NMS
Power supply: 85 - 250 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz or 24 - 28 VDC / 1.5 A
DC output: 28 VDC, max. 400 mA, to supply SU 190 move
ments and / or GPS 4500
Dimension: 19“ rack mounting, 1 HU
W x H x D: 483 x 44 x 125 mm
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slave clocks
DC Series
IRIG-B/AFNOR
Switch relay
for building
automation
DTS 4801.masterclock, e.g. to control and monitor up to 31 selfsetting slave clocks and to synchronize self-setting MOBALine slave
clocks (optional IRIG-B/AFNOR).
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DTS 4135.timeserver
DTS redundancy concept
Master Clock and NTP Time Server
time signal
receiver
GPS 4500
DCF 4500
redundant NTP server
Master
central surveillance system
SNMP, e-mail
GBIC-Module
LAN / WAN
Slave
LAN / WAN
Computer
voice recording
audio and
video recording
RS 232/485 serial outputs
Process computer
/ Computer
high-precision DCF, pulse or
frequency outputs
NTP clients
NTP services
IRIG-B/AFNOR/DCF-FSK
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process computer
building automation
sub master clock DTS 4135
DTS 4135.timeserver, e.g. as NTP server and master clock for precision IRIG-B/AFNOR outputs, RS 232/485 serial telegrams and
technical pulses/frequencies.
The most important technical data:
Accuracy
GPS (DCF input) to NTP server: typical < +/- 100 µs
GPS (DCF input) to DCF output: typical < +/- 10 µs
External time source
External NTP / SNTP server (4 NTP sources possible), and / or
GPS (DCF 77) time signal receiver (current loop, e.g. GPS 4500)
or AFNOR time signal (analog, BNC)
LAN
WAN
Two DTS devices are synchronized via a fiber-optic connection for
redundant operation, using two GBIC mini modules for the fiber-optic
link. The two time servers automatically regulate their role as master
or slave via this connection after start-up. The slave is synchronized
by the master. In case of a GPS failure, automatic switchover from
master to slave will occur, whereby limits for the switchover can be
configured.
Supported devices
• DTS 4128.timeserver
• DTS 4132.timeserver
• DTS 4135.timeserver
• DTS 4138.timeserver
• DTS 4148.grandmaster
• DTS 4160.grandmaster
• DTS 4210.timecenter
Redundant outputs
Redundant outputs (MOBALine, IRIG-B/AFNOR, serial interfaces,
DCF and/or pulse/frequency) can be achieved by using an ECO
(External Change Over) unit.
Power supply
AC input: 85 - 265 VAC / 50 - 60 Hz / max. 15 VA
2 x DC input: 24 VDC + 20 % / - 10 % / max. 10 W
Dimensions
19“ rack, 1 rack unit, W x H x D (483 x 44 x 125 mm)
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DTS 4132.timeserver
DTS 4138.timeserver
Multipurpose Master Clock and Time Server
Time signal receiver
GPS 4500 / GNSS 3000
DCF 4500
Multipurpose time server
Time signal receiver
GPS 4500
DCF 4500
Redundant NTP Server with two
DTS 4132.timeservers
MOBA-NMS
MOBA-NMS
NTP
LAN
WAN
LAN
WAN
NTP Services
Building automation
Main differences between DTS 4135 and DTS 4132:
• 1 pulse/frequency output (4135: 2)
• 2 MOBALine/impulse outputs (4135: 2 IRIG)
Process controller/
Computer
Computers
Analog and digital clocks
Process controller
Voice recording
Building automation
Process controller
Building automation
Audio and image recording
DTS 4132.timeserver, e.g. as NTP server and master clock for precision MOBALine outputs, RS 232/485 serial telegrams and technical
pulses/frequencies.
• 2 LAN ports (4135: 1)
NTP clients
RS 232/485 serial output
Process controller
IRIG-B/AFNOR/DCF-FSK
RS 232/485 serial output
Building automation
High precision DCF, pulse or frequency output
MOBALine or impulse line
Computers
Process controller
NTP Services
NTP clients
Process controller /
Computer
Switch relays
LAN
WAN
NTP Services
NTP Services
Analog and
digital clocks
Redundant NTP Server
DTS 4138.timeserver
High precision DCF, pulse or
frequency output
LAN
WAN
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Sub-master clock DTS 4138, AFNOR synchronized
The DTS 4138.timeserver sets new standards as a time reference
for all NTP clients in medium and large networks (LAN/Ethernet/IP/
UDP). It is highly precise and with its intelligent concept for redundant operation, it offers a high degree of reliability and availability.
Main differences between DTS 4135 and DTS 4138:
• no serial interface for PC terminal
• 2 LAN ports (4135: 1)
• only one of the following outputs each (4135: 2 each):
- IRIG-B / AFNOR / DCF-FSK
- RS 232 / 485
- high-precision DCF, pulse or frequency
DTS 4148.grandmaster
Grandmaster clock with PTP, based on the DTS 4138, with the same
outputs
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DTS 4160.grandmaster
High precision NTP/PTP time server
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DTS 4210.timecenter
Multipurpose NTP/PTP time server
The DTS 4160.grandmaster is a combined time distribution and
synchronization device with up to 4 network ports (IPv4/IPv6). With
its high-precision and intelligent concept for redundant operation, it
offers a high degree of reliability and availability.
Connectors and displays:
Front side
• USB connector for software update, file upload and maintenance
• PC terminal connector, RS 232 Sub D 9p male
• LEDs: Power, alarm, synchronization
• Display: Time, date, status, alarm, IP...
Rear side
• Power: Mains power connector, 2x DC power supply input
• Alarm: alarm relay contact
• LAN connectors (NTP/PTP):
- 3x RJ45 10/100/1000MBit
- 1x SFP
• Synch. outputs:
- 1x E1
- 2x serial RS 232 / RS 422 / RS 485 interfaces
- 1x DCF current loop output
- 1x IRIG-B
- 1x frequency/pulse output
• GPS antenna connector N
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Based on the DTS 4160.grandmaster, the DTS 4210.timecenter is
a combined time distribution and synchronization device. It features
a vastly expanded array of connectors and redundant mains power
inputs.
Main differences between DTS 4210 and DTS 4160:
• Redundant mains power connector
• LAN connectors (NTP/PTP):
- 12x RJ45 10/100/1000MBit
- 4x SFP
• Synch. outputs:
- 4x E1
- 8x serial RS 232 / RS 422 / RS 485 interfaces
- 4x DCF current loop output
- 4x IRIG-B
- 4x frequency/pulse output
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Impulse Line
Time Code Receiver
• 1 line selectable for minute, half-minute, second impulses
(polarized, 24 V / 500 mA) or DCF time code
• Radio synchronization by DCF time code
• 2 programmable channel relays with switch over contacts
• Control of up to 80 slave clocks. 80 time zone definitions
• Menu guided, self-explaining operation control
ETC 14 & ETC 14 R
• 1 line selectable for MOBALine (500 mA eff.), minute, half-minute, second impulses (polarized, 24 V / 700 mA) or DCF time
code
• Synchronization by DCF, GPS time code or Serial (RS 232,
RS 422) ASCII time string
• 4 programmable channel relays with switch over contacts
• Control of up to 100 slave clocks. 80 time zone definitions
• World time function available in connection with IF 480WT
• Menu guided, self-explaining operation control
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• 2 lines selectable for MOBALine (700 mA eff. totally), minute,
half-minute, second impulses (polarized, 24 V / 1000 mA
totally) or DCF time code
• Synchronization by DCF, GPS time code or Serial (RS 232,
RS 422) ASCII time string
• 4 programmable channel relays with switch over contacts
• Control of up to 160 slave clocks, 80 time zone definitions
• World time function available in connection with IF 480WT
• Menu guided, self-explaining operation control
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Master Time Center MTC
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CompuTime Center CTC
Master Clock
The reliable, modern and modular concept with its configuration
flexibility makes the CTC suitable for a wide range of applications.
The different types of outputs provide the facility of controlling traditional or self-setting slave clocks as well as computer based systems.
The Master Time Center controls clocks, synchronizes computers to
the exact time, supplies serial time information in various formats
and provides a reliable time reference to the computer network. The
MTC has been optimized to offer the best possible reliability and
flexibility, in order to produce specific and versatile system solutions.
Applications
Airports, Hospitals, Railways, Industrial Companies, Public Buildings,
Government Buildings...
Customer-specific designed systems with high requirements regarding different kinds of time signals, accuracy of time signals, reliability
and availability of time signals (e.g. redundant design).
• Power plants and distribution stations
• Research station
• Radio- and TV stations and studios
• Air traffic control (Skyguide)
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CTC‘s Application Boards
Impulse Line Driver
selectable pulse-periods, up to 1A per line
MOBALine Driver
for self-setting clocks, computer interfaces and switching relays
Serial Communication
programmable serial time-strings on RS 232/422
Program Module
4 independent relays. Contact load up to 1250 VA
Time Code Generator
2 independent Audio Frequency Time Code outputs IRIG-B, AFNOR,
DCF-FSK
Network Processor Master ClockModule
Different services on a TCP/IP Ethernet LAN network: Time synchronization with (S)NTP (Server and Client), alarm reporting with SNMP
traps or e-mails. 10/100Base-T connection by RJ45 plug.
Master clock functions, for direct GPS 4500 connection.
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GPS Receivers
Satellite Time Signal Receiver
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DCF 77 and MSF 60
Time Code Receiver
GPS 4500
receiver and antenna
in one with DCF output
DCF 4500
MSF 4500
GNSS 3000
GNSS 3000
DCF 77 reception
• The GNSS 3000 is a time signal receiver intended for receiving
time signals from navigation satellites
• It can receive and process GLONASS and GPS signals
• Outputs:
– DCF current loop or RS 422 time code output (UTC time) for master clocks, Master Time Center MTC and almost any
device compatible with DCF 77 time code
– 1 PPS current loop or RS 422
– NMEA serial telegram RS 422
• Power supply from connected device or external 12 - 60 VDC
The DCF 77 signal transmitter is located in Mainflingen near Frankfurt. The time information transmitted from the atomic clock has a
range of some 1500 km.
GPS 4500
Depending on the location of the clock installation and the local reception conditions, the most appropriate receiver is used.
• DCF current loop time code output (UTC or MET time) for master
clocks, Master Time Center MTC and almost any device compatible with DCF 77 time code
• Power supply from connected device or external 10 - 40 VDC
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MSF 60 reception
The MSF 60 transmitter is located in Anthorn UK. The time information from atomic clock has a range of some 1500 km.
DCF 4500 / MSF 4500
Standard receiver for usual reception conditions.
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Interfaces
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Switching Relays
Time Code Converters
Controlled Power Switches
MOBALine
Booster
NMI
KR 461
IF 480 WT
IF 488
KR 465
NPR
IF 487
IF 480 WT
Input: MOBALine
Output: DCF 77 time code
Time synchronization of any DCF 77 compatible device. Selectable
time zone with automatic daylight saving time change.
IF 487
Input: IRIG-B, AFNOR, DCF-FSK (selectable)
Output: DCF 77 time code
IF 488
Input: MOBALine
Output: IRIG-B, AFNOR, DCF-FSK (selectable) with DIN-bar mount-
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MOBALine Booster
Input: MOBALine
Output: MOBALine (boosts signal to allow for the synchronization of
more clocks)
Switching relays, remotely controlled via MOBALine or LAN.
Functions: on / off, signal (1-99s)
Max. contact load: 150 W, 1250 VA, 250 V.
Switching programs can be built either by means of the Windows
software „Switch-Editor“ or directly on the master clocks.
With the DTS 480x.masterclock, switching programs can be directly
up- and downloaded via LAN after creation. The active switching
program can be selected as well.
KR 461
(MOBALine)
1 relay with switch-over contact. The compact design saves space.
Control LEDs available for MOBALine and switching status. Manual
operation possible for testing reasons by means of the built in toggle
switch (AUTO / OFF / ON).
KR 465
(MOBALine)
5 relays with switch-over contacts, controlled by separate channels.
NPR
(LAN/NTP)
1 relay with switch-over contact, programmable via LAN. Control
LEDs for LAN and switching status. Manual operation by means of
toggle switch (AUTO / OFF / ON).
NMI
Input: NTP (PoE)
Output: MOBALine, DCF 77 time code
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Indoor Analog Clocks
ECO
Clocks at advantageous prices for
multiple applications in offices and
administrations.
• High quality, white plastic case
with acrylic glass cover
• Dials Ø 30 and 40 cm, round
• Single-sided and double-sided
clocks
• Impulse, radio-controlled
(DCF 77), MOBALine, battery
operated quartz movements,
WTD or Ethernet/NTP/PoE
MODERNA
For industrial and commercial
applications.
• Modern design
• Flat metal case with acrylic glass
cover
• Dial dimensions 30 or 40 cm,
square
• Single-sided and double-sided
clocks
• Impulse, MOBALine, battery
operated quartz movements or
Ethernet/NTP/PoE
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FLEX
Sturdy and elegant analog clock
FLEX with metal housing inspires
you reliably through the day.
• Dials: Ø 25, 30, 40, 50, 60
and 80 cm, round
• Single- or double-sided
•Different mounting variants
(wall and ceiling set)
•Quick mounting - simply snap it
on
• Impulse, radio-controlled
(DCF 77), MOBALine, IRIG-B/
AFNOR, serial RS 232 / RS
422, WTD, Ethernet/NTP/
PoE or battery operated quartz
movement
FLEX LN
• low noise housing (Ø 30 and
40 cm) for series 40 movements
FLEX V2A
• stainless steel housing (Ø 30 50 cm)
TREND
Modern and slim design
• Dials: Ø 30 and 40 cm, round
• Controlled and powered by
two-wire MOBALine or Ethernet/
NTP/PoE
• Ethernet/NTP version can be
administrated and supervised by
MOBA-NMS (Network Management System)
• Optional metal housing
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Outdoor analog clocks
PROFILINE ROUND and PROFILINE SQUARE
A modular concept in modern design.
• Single- or double-sided, 4-sided cubic execution
• With or without illumination
• Weather-proof housing of aluminum profile, natural anodized
• Dial dimensions: round Ø 50, 60, 80 cm
square 40, 50, 60, 80 cm
cubic 60, 80 cm
• White dial with black markers or Arabic figures
• With or without synchronous second hand
• Flat mineral protection glass or impact protection
• Minute-impulse, radio-controlled (DCF 77), MOBALine, IRIG-B,
AFNOR, autonomous operation (quartz) or Ethernet/NTP/PoE
METROLINE
• Single- or double-sided, round
• With or without illumination (LED)
• Weather-proof housing, light metal, color RAL 9006, white aluminum, powder coated
• Dials: Ø 50, 60, 80 cm, round
• White dial with black markers or Arabic figures
• With or without synchronous second hand
• Convex acrylic protection glass
• Minute-impulse, radio-controlled (DCF 77), MOBALine, IRIG-B,
AFNOR, autonomous operation (quartz) or Ethernet/NTP/PoE
FLEX Outdoor
• Single- or double-sided, round
• Weather-proof housing, light metal,
color RAL 9002
• Dial Ø 40 cm
• White dial with black markers or
Arabic figures
• With or without second hand
• Flat mineral protection glass
• MOBALine or Ethernet/NTP/PoE
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Indoor Digital Clocks
Outdoor Digital Clocks
LED Digital Clocks
DC Series
LED Digital Clocks
DSC Series
• 7 segment LED time display in
red, green, blue and yellow
• Hour / minute or hour /
minute / second, alternating
time, date and temperature
display (optional temperature
sensor)
• Character heights 57, 100 or
180 mm; viewing distance up
to 25 / 40 / 80 meters
• Impulse, radio-controlled
(DCF 77), MOBALine or autonomous operation (quartz)
Optional: Serial RS 232 /
RS 422 or RS 485 supervised
or IRIG-B, AFNOR or NTP
(PoE)
• Stop-watch function, up/
down counting
• Infrared remote control for
easy access to all functions
Calendar Clocks
DK Series
• Dot matrix display in red or
green
• Display of time, date, temp., up
to 5 world times (alternating)
• Impulse, radio (DCF 77),
MOBALine, quartz. Optional:
Serial RS 232 / RS 422 or
RS 485 supervised or IRIG-B,
AFNOR or NTP (PoE)
• Stop-watch function
• Infrared remote control
World Time Clocks
TZ Series
• Self-setting digital clock for
indoor and outdoor use with
7 segment LED display in red
and green
• Bright and clear display in
100, 180, 250, 320 and 500
mm character heights
• Slim, elegant design with black
powder-coated aluminum case
• Impulse, radio (DCF 77),
MOBALine, quartz controlled.
Optional: Serial, RS 232 / RS
422 or RS 485 supervised or
IRIG-B, AFNOR or NTP
• Available for standard wall
mounting, for mounting with
single- or double-sided wall or
ceiling suspension bracket
Temperature Clocks
DT Series
• 7 segment LED display in red,
green, blue, yellow and white
(different colors for each display possible)
• Up to two time and three temperature displays
• Various options for temperature labeling (icons or text)
• Character heights 100/57,
100 or 180 mm; viewing
distance up to 25 / 40 / 80
meters
• DCF 77, GPS 4500 or autonomous operation (quartz)
• Available for standard wall
mounting, for mounting with
single- or double-sided wall or
ceiling suspension bracket
• Infrared remote control for
easy access to all functions
• 7 segment LED time display
red, green, blue and yellow
• Display of up to 6 world times
and date (depending on version)
• DCF, MOBALine or autonomous
operation (quartz) Optional: NTP
• Infrared remote control
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Movements
Swiss Time Systems
Movements 192-series
DMU 160
NU 90 SYN
NU 90
SAM 40
SEM 40
SEI 40
MLU 190t S 48
BU 190t S 230
SAN 40
SAM 100
SEN 40
SEM 100
NU 90
Minute impulse, for clocks up to Ø 80 cm.
NU 90 SYN
Minute impulse with synchronous second hand, for clocks up to
Ø 80cm.
SEI 40
Second impulse, slim shaped, for clocks up to Ø 40 cm.
Type range 190
Self-setting movement with input for DCF 77, MSF 60 time signal receiver or serial ASCII time telegram RS 232 / 422 (BU 190).
Available for audio time code IRIG-B, AFNOR, DCF-FSK (ITBU 190)
reception, for polarized minute impulses (IBU 190) or NTP (NBU 190).
For hour, minute or hour, minute and second display up to Ø 80 cm.
Different modes of second hand selectable on DIP switches.
SAM 40, SEM 40
Self-setting MOBALine movement for clocks up to Ø 40 cm. Shafts
for hour- and minute-hand (SEM: h, min. and sec. hand).
SAN 40, SEN 40
Self-setting, NTP-synchronized, for clocks up to Ø 40 cm.
SAM 100, SEM 100
Self-setting MOBALine or DCF active movement for clocks up to Ø 100 cm.
MW 10, MW 20, MW 24, DMU 160, DMU 350
Movements for facade clocks.
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For indoor and outdoor clocks with hour and minute display, up to
Ø 80 cm, with or without illumination.
AD 192 / AM 192
DCF 77 / MSF 60 time signal receiver for BU 192.
BU 192
DCF 77, MSF 60 or serial ASCII controlled. Battery powered for up
to 6 years. Output to control BU 192 in cascade.
FU 192
Radio controlled movement, consisting of BU 192 and AD 192 (detachable).
QU 192
Temperature compensated quartz for autonomous operation. Battery
powered for up to 6 years. Output to control BU 192 in cascade.
FU 192 WWVB
Radio controlled movement for WWVB time code reception (USA,
Canada). Time zone selectable by means of DIP switches. Battery
powered for up to 6 years. Output to control BU 192 in cascade.
GU 192
GPS radio clock movement with built-in satellite antenna receiver for
worldwide use. Time zone selectable by means of DIP switches or
user programmable. Battery powered for up to 5 years. Output to
control BU 192 in cascade.
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Facade Clocks
FACADE CLOCKS for outdoor mounting
FLORAL CLOCKS
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A decorative way to display the time in public places, parks and
gardens.
• Available for dial diameters from 2.5 meters up to 7 meters
• Floral clock equipment consists of:
-1 motor movement controlled by minute impulses, connected to
the mains 110/230 VAC
-1 pair of hands (hour, minute or hour, minute, second)
-1 master clock
The flower decoration of the dial shall be executed by a gardener on
site.
Diameter from 40 up to 500 cm1
Self-setting motor movements
With or without illumination
Special design on request
Consisting of:
• 1 motorized slave clock movement for rear- or front sided wall
mounting
• 1 pair of hands (hour, minute)
• 1 dial consisting of 12 hour markers, with or without illumination
or
• 1 skeleton dial with or without illumination
With standard movements. Larger clocks on demand
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Company Profile
MOBATIME is the leading brand for innovative time display, time distribution and synchronization systems. Equipment and components are
developed, manufactured and promoted by Moser-Baer Ltd., Switzerland. MOBATIME offers practical experience and extensive technological
know-how in time systems for a wide range of application fields. This
includes outdoor and indoor clocks, clock movements, master clocks and
time servers.
Application Fields
Airports
Hospitals
Industries
Railway
Stations
Universities/
Schools
Power Plants
Underground
Stations
Public
Buildings
Radio/TV Studios
References
Railways/Metros Switzerland · Germany · Iran · Portugal ·
Holland · Italy · Singapore · Hong Kong ·
Taiwan · India · Turkey · Brazil · …
Power Plants Switzerland · California · Pakistan · Portugal ·
Ghana · Sweden · Kuwait · Norway · Australia ·
Russia · U.A.E · …
Airports Zurich · Oslo · Lisbon · Kuala Lumpur · Spain ·
Belgium · Canada · China · India ·
Saudi Arabia · Germany · …
Hospitals Bern · Zurich · Geneva · Vienna · Hanover ·
Abu Dhabi · Libya · Russia · Saudi Arabia · …
Radio/TV Zurich · Bern · Geneva · Brussels · Kuwait ·
Jordan · Prague · U.A.E · …
Public Buildings Switzerland · Germany · England · Italy · …
Universities/Schools Switzerland · Germany · Turkey ·
Saudi Arabia · ...
Switzerland · Russia · Finland · Saudi Arabia ·
Brazil · ....
LE-800240.07
Industries/Services MOSER-BAER AG
Sumiswald/Geneva, Switzerland www.mobatime.com
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