Upgrade less. The same Tekron time server can support the standards you use now, and the standards you'll use in a decade.
A major US East Coast Utility now have a far simpler and cheaper system without the old dedicated cabling between the master clock and the protection panels. IEC 61850 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) in their flagship substation is their solution.
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For a major US East Coast Utility moving to IEC 61850 , we set up Precision Time Protocol (PTP) in the client’s flagship substation to remove the need for dedicated cabling between the master clock and the protection panels. That means a far less complex system with significant cost savings
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The Ministry of Social Development (MSD) is New Zealand’s largest public service department with staff located in over 300 locations nationwide. They required a Time Server for synchronizing Government Servers, the VOIP communication services which are critical to staff and the various public helplines. MSD deployed Tekron's time server technology, letting them connect public and private networks on the same clock, securely.
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A major Japanese IT company involved in Telecommunications required a low-cost, high-accuracy timing module with stringent specifications for LTE applications. Tekron developed a timing module specifically for them, and they're more than happy with it
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