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Frequently Asked Questions


  • Why should I use this device and not just use a Master Clock?

    The precision of the MCK is already impressive, but it can be further improved with this device, taking advantage of the accuracy that GPS synchronization guarantees.

    Its installation is very simple, as the antenna is connected to the MCK via Ethernet cable and, unlike the Master Clock, is suitable for being installed outdoors, on a pole or on a wall, using the dedicated support, included with the device.

  • Can this device be placed outdoors?

    Certainly. This antenna is specifically designed and made for outdoor use, as well as indoor.

  • What is the maximum distance from the Master Clock that this antenna can be placed?

    The maximum distance is technically limited by the limitations imposed by Ethernet technology (100 m from the ethernet switch).

  • What does NTP mean?

    NTP stands for Network Time Protocol. It is a protocol used for synchronizing clocks. Solari's most recent designs use this technology.

  • What does PoE mean?

    PoE is an acronym for Power over Ethernet. This technology makes it possible to use an ethernet cable as a power supply as well.

  • What are the advantages of PoE?

    The advantage is that costs are reduced since it is not necessary to install electric cables to supply power to the system and since it is far more simple and quick to install the system itself.