The Primex ClassicSync GPS solution consists of a single 14000 Series Transmitter, GPS Receiver, 14000 Series Repeater Transmitter (optional), system clocks, and other system devices in a single building, to a campus wide deployment.
Once a 14000 Series Transmitter has received its time from a GPS Receiver it sets its internal clock. It then transmits time information or schedules via a wireless radio signal to the wireless clocks, bells, and other devices in the system. As a result, the system devices are precisely synchronized to each other and all time, schedules, and events are kept current.
Time Source: Transmitter time is synchronized from a GPS Receiver and then broadcasts that time and event schedules to the system clocks and other devices.
XR and 14000 Transmitter with internal antenna: transmits (broadcasts) its synchronized time continuously to the system clocks and devices.
Transmitter: operates on channels with 20kHz bandwidths and 72MHz frequency and is preset to one of the channels licensed by the FCC/IC to minimize interference on these frequencies and channels.
GPS Receiver: the Global Positioning System (GPS) Receiver has a sensitive antenna that receives the Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) from the GPS satellite transmission. The GPS Receiver then sends the time to the Transmitter. The GPS Receiver is required to have an unobstructed "view of the sky" to receive the signal.
GPS/Transmitter extension cable (optional): a specially designed low-resistance data cable can be used to extend the distance between the GPS Receiver and the Transmitter. The GPS Receiver continuously sends the precise time through the cable to the Transmitter.
Repeater Transmitter (optional): optional unit used to supplement and extend signal coverage.