T/Mon Alarm Master Station Videos -Review Of Specific Features And Applications

The T/Mon Master Station can help you reduce costs and monitor a variety of equipment at multiple remote sites, all on one screen. DPS Telecom offers several builds of the T/Mon to fit the needs of any site. The LNX has 16 user-selectable ports and uses LAN. The SLIM features a thin design and can monitor up to 64 devices, as well as 10,000 alarm points. Each build supports over 25 proprietary and legacy protocols including ASCII, DCP, DCPF, DCPX, DNP3, E2A, SNMP, TABS, TBOS, TL1, and more. It also can monitor legacy gear such as Badger, Cordell, Granger, Larse, NEC, Pulsecom, and Teltrac, as well as monitor a variety of Remote Telemetry Units and other equipment to give you complete site visibility.

Like many devices from DPS Telecom, the T/Mon Master Station features an easy to use web browser interface. It allows you to track history, trending, and root cause analysis, as well as control remote site equipment automatically in response to multiple alarm inputs. Most importantly, it automatically sends detailed notifications and instructions to repair technicians by alphanumeric pager, cell phone, and e-mail. Plain English alarm descriptions and specific instructions make it easy for any tech to correct alarm conditions ensure prompt, effective response times.

To learn more about the T/Mon Alarm Master Station, see the videos below. Each video covers a different aspect of the T/Mon from mobile we to SNMP capabilities.

T/Mon Master Videos - Features and Applications

T/Mon Web Interface 2.0
T/Mon Web Interface 2.0 video
What's New in T/Mon 6.7
What's new T/Mon 6.7 video
T/Mon Mobile Web
T/Mon Mobile Web video
In this video review, Andrew shows you the new and improved T/Mon web interface. He will walk you through the newest features, and give you a sneak peek at the special enhancements made to the 2.0 web interface. DPS President Eric Storm details some of the new features included in T/Mon's 6.7 software release, including the root alarm and mobile web features. A demonstration of the new T/Mon mobile web application shown on an iPhone(R) at a factory training event. The Mobile Web interface for T/Mon provides mobile access to the NOC, allowing users to view and acknowledge alarms right from their smartphones.
SNMP Trap Processor
SNMP Trap Processor video
T/Mon on SmartPhones
T/Mon on Smartphones video
How to Poll NetGuardians
How to Poll NetGuardians video
With the SNMP Trap Processor module, T/Mon can convert incoming SNMP traps into on-screen alerts, pages, emails, and voice dial-outs. Plus, you can also bring in alarms from ASCII text sources (like telecom switches) and non-SNMP remotes. The new T/Mon Mobile Web interface displays standing/COS alarms across your network and allows you to acknowledge alarms or view alarm details while you're on the go, without booting up your laptop. DPS Telecom NetGuardians are even more effective when paired with a T/Mon master station. Connecting one to the other is a quick process. In this video, Tech Support Engineer Travis Mock shows you how...

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If you have more than a handful of remote sites, you can't afford to not have a master station. It allows you to have complete visibility of every site in your network, all from one screen in your central or home office. Don't let another critical alarm go unnoticed! Call DPS Telecom today to find out more about the T/Mon Master Station and the different options that you can choose from to find the perfect-fit master station for your network.

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