ViaLite GPS Package

The GPS Package is designed for bringing GPS/GNSS signals into buildings for time servers, base stations, test equipment or rebroadcasting. Applications include data centers, “big data”, mines and tunnels, secure Government buildings/sensitive compartmented information facilities (SCIFs), locations without clear-sky access to GPS signals.

The package is available with the ODE-A4 GPS enclosure and a 1U rack chassis, or as a turnkey solution including the GPS antenna(s).

  • A package to connect 1-4 GPS antennas over a wide area
  • Designed to be pole- or wall-mounted
  • Can supply 5 or 12 VDC for powering and monitoring of GPS antennas
  • Weatherproof N-Type or TNC RF connectors
  • Quad weatherproof fiber connector for plug and play installation
  • Suitable for all weathers, with optional heaters and solar shields
  • Lightning protection options
  • Further timing options available, including 1 PPS and 10-50 MHz
  • AC/DC input
  • 5-year warranty as standard.

 

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<em><strong>ViaLite</em></strong> GPS Package
  • Connect 1-4 GPS antennas
  • NEMA 4 and IP65 rated
  • Can supply 5/12 volts for GPS antenna powering
  • Weatherproof N-Type or TNC RF connectors
  • Quad weatherproof fiber connector for plug and play installation
  • External weatherproof power connector
  • Lightning protection options

1U Chassis features

  • A 1U Chassis accepts up to 3 RF or Support cards or 2 cards and an SNMP card (with dual power supplies)
  • Blind mate option
  • All modules hot-swappable
  • System can be monitored and controlled remotely via SNMP, using a web browser
  • Optional ODE-A4 power supply Logic Alarm (TTL) on rear connector

 

SNMP Monitoring and Control

When a ViaLiteHD chassis is configured with a SNMP card (optional), the user can fully monitor and control the cards.  Please see SNMP Monitoring and Control for more information.

1U Rack Chassis Datasheet  (version HRK1x-DS-2)

1U Rack Chassis User Manual  (version HRK1-HB-6)

Please contact us for the ODE-A4 datasheet.

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