A large LC display shows the state of the internal receiver and the NTP subsystem. Three LEDs (green/red) indicate the status of the three main components: Reference Time (e.g. GPS), Time Synchronization Service (NTP) and Network (Link status). A fourth red LED is labelled ALARM and can be configured to signal any event that is covered by the notification handling routines.
The configuration of the system can be done by using a standard web browser for accessing the extensive but straightforward html interface. Alternatively a text based and menu driven setup utility can be started from the shell prompt after logging into the unit via Telnet or SSH.
The Meinberg LANTIME M200 is equipped with a high precision "TCXO" oscillator (please check our oscillator options page for technical specifications). The oscillator determines the holdover characteristics (e.g. when the signal is disturbed or jammed).
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