GNSS Precision-Time Clock
Chapter 4: Installation
Normal Use of the Equipment
This chapter describes how the RT430 and RT434 must be installed.
Unpack the unit carefully and make sure all the accessories and cables are put aside
so they will not be lost.
Check the contents against the packing list that goes with the product. If any of the
content listed is missing, please contact GE Grid Solutions (see contact information in
Examine the unit for any shipping damage. If the unit is damaged or fails to operate,
notify the shipping company without delay. Only the consignee (the person or
company receiving the unity) can file a claim against the carrier for shipping damage.
We recommend you to keep the original packing materials for possible transport in
In order to maintain the equipment integrity, levels of protection and assure user
safety, the RT430/434 must be installed in an enclosed panel with recommended
ingress protection rating of IP54 or above.
The enclosing panel must ensure that the equipment rear connections and sides are
unexposed and protected against impact and water, whilst maintaining adequate
temperature and humidity condition for the devices. Furthermore, the equipment
must have all their rear connectors attached, even if not being used, to keep their
levels of ingress protection as high as possible.
During the normal use of the device only the front panel will be accessible.
Connector descriptions, serial number and part number are shown on an external
label positioned on the equipment, as illustrated on below.
Figure 6: Location of Serial number, part number and outputs description.
Chapter 4 – Installation