T/Mon Remote Status Panel

T/Mon NOC Remote Status Panel
The T/Mon NOC Remote Status Panel relays alarm status information from the T/Mon NOC or SLIM to the external alarm displays and alarm speakers.

The Remote Status Panel features:

  • 4 Visible relays - Critical, Major, Minor and Status for output to a visual display panel
  • 4 Audible relays - Critical, Major, Minor and Status for output to alarm speakers
  • 4 Auxiliary relays - Used for operating general-purpose controls
  • 2 Switch Inputs - Can be connected to panel buttons for local silencing of Critical and Major audible alarms
  • 4 Alarm Summary LEDs - Display the present status of the visible or audible control relays
  • Visible/Audible toggle switch - Switches the Alarm Summary LEDs to show visible or audible relay status

Visible/Audible relays provide local notification of any T/Mon alarm
The Remote Status Panel provides a Visible and Audible relay for each of T/Mon's four alarm severity levels: Critical, Major, Minor and Status. If any T/Mon alarm point is activated, the Remote Status Panel latches the Visible and Audible relays for the appropriate alarm severity level, providing local notification of the T/Mon's overall alarm status.

Audible = COS; Visible = Standing Alarm
The Remote Status Panel's Audible relays latch for every new Change of State (COS) alarm, providing ongoing alerts of every new alarm. The Visible Relays latch and remain latched for every Standing Alarm, providing a visual indication of all current alarms.

Front panel alarm summary display
The Alarm Summary LEDs on the front panel give immediate information about relay status. When a Visible or Audible relay is latched, its corresponding LED lights - in a distinct pattern and color. The LED display can be switched to display Visible or Audible relay status by using the Visible-Audible toggle switch on the right side of the front panel.

Locally silence Audible alarms
The Remote Status Panel's two switch inputs can be connected to buttons or switches for silencing local Critical and Major Audible alarms. Silencing a local Remote Status Panel Audible alarm does not acknowledge, silence or tag T/Mon alarms.

Standalone Mode
If the Remote Status Panel loses its connection to T/Mon, the unit will enter Standalone Mode. All relays will keep their present latching status until the T/Mon connection is restored. Audible alarms can be locally silenced using either the switch inputs or the front panel ACK button.



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