Monitor Analog Alarms

Monitor Analog Alarms

Receive Detailed Reports of Environmental Alarms

In the real world, not every condition can be represented with a digital on/off. Analog alarms connected to common current transducers (sensors) provide visibility of continuously variable conditions like temperature, humidity, and battery voltage. These factors can have critical effects on essential equipment, and during a service-affecting outage, you want all the information you can get.

Analog alarms are essential to effective remote-site monitoring, but many common remote telemetry units don't provide detailed analog visibility. To provide best-qualify visibility of analog inputs, a remote should monitor live analog values and set multiple separate alarm thresholds. When an analog value passes or drops below a predefined threshold, the remote telemetry unit declares a detailed alarm, including the live value of the analog reading.

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