The VM module amplifies one 10 MHz sinus signal to six individual 10 MHz outputs. In case of a faulty signal output, a seventh amplifier can be switched to one of the six distributing ports.


    • LTCdecoder for MTD
    • Four built-in amplifiers
    • Distribution amplifier for serial telegrams
    • Four RS232 and RS422 interfaces
    LEDs located on the front of the module  indicate the operating status. Built-in GPIs can be programmed to signal errors or other warnings. The backlit keys on the front of the module can individually be configured with the included software. The setup (configuration) of the module is made  using a PC via the USB or Ethernet port (optionally).

    Connection Plan 1
    Example of a 10 MHz distribution system, 12 outputs

    Connection Plan 2

                Example of a redundant 10 MHz distribution system, 17 outputs

    In order to ensure a fail-safe operation, all signals are analyzed and monitored. In the event of an error, the appropriate output is switched to the reserve amplifier. The changeover is programmable as follows:
    • Immediately (automatically)
    • At a specified time (automatically)
    • Manually (by pushing one of the programmable keys)
    Available functions can be selected by configuration over the housing’s USB interface. If a RUB IE Ethernet module is on hand, configuration can also be made via a standard web browser.

    Configuration 1
    Configuration 2

    A status monitor can be accessed at any time. SNMP is available in combination with an IE module.

  • Order Code

    Product Model ID: RUB VM
    Module description Distribution module 1:6 10MHz continuous wave with output monitoring and a redundant change-over switcher
    RUBIDIUM series 1 & 3 Distribution Module

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