Advanced Time Synchronizer Industrial Multilingual

Advanced Time Synchronizer Industrial Multilingual
File Size: 10 MB

Advanced Synchronizer is a powerful and easy-to-use PC clock synchronizer working with servers via the Internet, supporting three synchronization protocols, proxy servers and having a lot of other useful features.

Advanced Synchronizer connects to all the servers in the list one by one until either the is successfully synchronized or the list is over. Advanced Synchronizer can update the system at certain intervals from one hour to one month. It samples each server multiple s and uses stamp from the fastest sample to synchronize clock.

This is our full featured Advanced Synchronizer with added functions to support industrial equipments. Some of our customers complained about lack of features in NTP capable devices and the need to program each device for proper synchronization. So, we reprogrammed our standard ATS and added the industrial option. This new server can be used in normal mode or, industrial mode providing correct for devices with less configuration settings (we tried E-Card and RFID readers, robots, PLC and drives, even lower end HMIs). ANY NTP capable device will synchronize correctly with our server (local + DST + millisecond accuracy). Nothing to do on your side!

Key features
Added functions to support industrial equipments;
Keeps your PC clock in synchronization with exactest servers in Internet;
Supports three network synchronization protocols: Simple Network Protocol (SNTP), Protocol and Day Protocol;
Easy to configure. Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/7/8 Desktop 32 and 64-bit compatible;
Keeps the computer clocks of your whole network synchronized. The workstations don’t need access to the Internet or any other sources;
Synchronizes PC clock automatically connecting all servers in the list one by one until either the is successfully synchronized or the list is over;
Can be launched as a Windows NT service and start working even before the user logs onto the system;
Unlimited number of servers in the list and the easily configured each server in the list;
Automatically synchronizes at startup or at certain intervals from one hour to one month;
Waits for an established dial-up connection to synchronize the ;
Automatically establishes and teates a dial-up connection;
Supports HTTP, SOCKS4, SOCKS4A and SOCKS5 proxy servers;
Includes command line tool that can be launched from the command line or from batch files;
Contains a large list of pre-defined servers;
Works as a server in the local area network;
Accessible over system tray;
Shows balloon tool tips when synchronized;
Keeps statistics of all synchronization attempts performed;
Calculates average clock drift from synchronization corrections;
Full rfc2030, rfc868 and rfc867 compliant;
Multi-language interface;
Compatible with all modern 32 and 64 bit Windows operating systems.

Whats New
official site does not provide any info about changes in this version.



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