ASCII Alarms Direct From the Site to Your Pager
The ASCII Processing Module (APM) 48 can be installed at any site to provide immediate on-site processing of ASCII alarms. With 8 ASCII-activated alarm points, 8 discrete alarm inputs, and four control outputs, the AMP 48 is just right for remote cell sites and small offices.
All the capability you need to extract, decod process, and forward ASCII alarms is contained in this one slimline unit. With no other equipment needed, you can use the APM 48 to immediately transmit alarms directly from on-site ASCII equipment to numeric and alphanumeric pagers.
Stand-Alone Monitoring or Integrate with T/MonXM
The APM can be monitored and operated entirely by telephone, or you can manage it from the T/MonXM network alarm management system.
Alphanumeric pager notifications from the APM 48 include extracts from ASCII alarm messages, giving detailed and complete information about the alarm directly to the technicians who can correct problems.
A Complete One-Box Monitoring Solution for All Your Remote Site Alarms
The APM also provides instant stand-alone monitoring of other alarms at your site. Its 8 discrete alarm inputs can monitor equipment failures, doors, windows, and smoke and sprinkler pressure alarms.
The APM's four control relays let you operate remote site equipment from any telephone. You can contact the APM from any tone dialing telephone and, by password identification, activate remote devices like door locks or security lights. The APM's control relays can also be activated by user-derived combinations of alarms.
What Do You Want Your Alarm Collection Device To Do?
- Monitor Discrete, Analog, and Ping Alarms
- Report Alarms in the Protocol of Your Choice
- Control Remote Site Equipment
- Filter Nuisance Alarms
- Provide Stand-Alone Monitoring and Automatically Dispatch Repair Personnel
- Provide Alarm Monitoring Capacity That's Exactly Right for Your Sites
- Link Remote Sites to Central Offices Using LAN or Dial-Up
- Mediate Alarm Inputs Between Different Protocols
- Report Alarms Over a T1 Connection
How Are Other Companies Using Alarm Collection Devices?
- EATEL keeps their customers happy with fast network outage response times
- RT Communications Uses the NetGuardian & IAM to Bring Network Monitoring In-House
- New York City Transit's $141 million project to create an ATM/SONET network for the 21st century
- In-house monitoring improves reliability at Triangle Communications Inc.