Key Features

• Rugged VPX Timing Board
• Detects & Prioritizes References
• GNSS Sync Options
• IRIG Time Code
• Optional OCXO Internal Clock
• 1PPS Input & Output
• Programmable Time Match


Quick Overview

The TSync-VPX is a complete synchronized time code reader/generator package offering flexibility and easy integration of precise timing into a VME/VPX chassis including an option for ruggedized applications.

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• Newly redesigned PMC card
• Conduction cooled ready
• Auto-detects and prioritizes references
• GPS and GLONASS included
• IRIG time code input and output
• 1PPS input and output
• Multiple external event time capture/interrupt
• Programmable periodic output/interrupt (1Hz–10 MHz)
• Programmable time match output/interrupt
• Optional OCXO internal clock
• CE and RoHS Compliant
• Universal signaling voltage (3.3V & 5V)

The oscillator can be its own reference when it “freewheels” in the absence of a valid external synchronization source. For applications where accuracy in this “holdover” conditional is essential, an upgrade to an ovenized crystal oscillator (OCXO) is available. There is also a rugged OCXO option that has been tested for shock and vibration according to MIL-STD-810F.

Four user-programmable time tag inputs may be used for multiple event capture at a rate higher than 10,000 events per second. Additionally, four programmable time match/frequency outputs are provided. Other features include two unique time code outputs, multiple programmable square waves or “heartbeats,” multiple programmable “alarm” time match start/stop time outputs, a 10 MHz sine wave output, and a 1PPS output.

Key to the TSync functionality is the ability to generate interrupts. Using a Orolia driver package available for the latest versions of popular operating systems, you may configure your board using interrupt-driven algorithms to support your unique applications.

The TSync-VPX offers a high degree of customization and field upgradeability. If a new application or change in deployment requires a different feature set, we can usually accommodate it.