[time-nuts] NTS-100 scored
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Tue May 18 20:10:31 UTC 2010
In this case, I found out a little more. It actually is an NTS-100i,
I have no idea if this will eventually be good, bad, or indifferent, but
the price was right.
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On 18-May-10 at 14:35 Russell Rezaian wrote:
>The NTS-100 is almost identical to the 100i, save for the fact that i
>doesn't have the network management module (serial management only)
>and DOES produce time code on the serial port.
>There was a link for the 100i manual on the Symmetricom web site when
>last I checked, and I found a link to a 100 manual also, but don't
>have the web site handy.
>One thing to be careful about, there were several versions of the NTS
>100 family, some are GPS based, some actually DO sync to an IRIG
>So you might have a mistaken seller, and you might have one of the
>less common IRIG units without a GPS.
>The Part number can usually disambiguate the different versions.
>At 11:52 AM -0700 2010/05/18, Bruce Lane wrote:
>> My scrounging luck pulsed this morning, netting me a cheap ($47 with
>>shipping) TrueTime NTS-100 from That Auction Site.
>> It was billed as a 'tech special,' in that the seller claimed
>>up but he was unable to "get it to lock to an IRIG signal."
>> Unless I'm mistaken, the NTS-100 is a GPS-based device, yes?
>> I'm off to hunt for its manual, but if anyone has any words of wisdom
>>(or wit) on these units, I'll listen. ;-)
>> Thanks much.
>>Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
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