The NetGuardian DX G5 Expansion (864A model) provides an additional 64 discrete alarm points, 8 control relays, and 8 analog alarms. Up to three NetGuardian Expansions can be daisy-chained off one NetGuardian, providing a total of 256 alarm points, 32 controls, and 32 analogs.
The DPS Site Dialer, featuring Alarm Shout™ technology, calls up to 8 contacts with your custom voice alerts when important alarm conditions occur.
| Discrete and Analog Sensors |
Fuel tanks, battery power, lighting systems, and water levels are just some of things you need to monitor to keep your network up and running. Track changing network conditions with these discrete & analog sensors.
| 8 Port Serial Switch |
The 8 Port Serial Switch allows you to connect up to eight data sources to one port on a collection device , such as the NetGuardian. Commands from an interrogating ASCII terminal control the switch to route data to the appropriate port. Each channel has a 16K buffer that allows data to be moved between ports at different data rates.
| Building Status Unit III |
The Building Status Unit III (BSU III) is a local alarm notification device. This an excellent device to use when personnel at the site must be made aware of critical, major, and/or minor alarms. The BSU III provides audible and visual notifcation of alarms through its integrated 3 alarm notification LEDs and an audible speaker signal.
|General LCD Display (GLD) |
The GLD is a small wall-mounted remote terminal for the NetGuardian. The LCD display shows system status and alarm messages, and the built-in speaker gives an audible notice of alarms. Up to 12 GLDs can be daisy-chained off the NetGuardian. (NetGuardian with optional RS-485 port required.)
|SiteMon IP Surveillance Camera |
With this camera and RTU in one, you don't need to wonder what's going on at your sites. Connecting directly to the NetGuardian's optional LAN switch, the new SiteMON IP enables you to make security decisions remotely, allowing you to dispatch on-call staff, security, or even police. Available with or without an outdoor enclosure.
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Wire-Wrap Back Panel
The NetGuardian 864A supports wire-wrap terminations to the NetGuardian's alarm and controls via hinged back panel or 66-Block.
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Pluggable Back Panel
The NetGuardian 864's pluggable back panel allows for screw-in barrier plug connections for your alarms and control relays.
| Building Access System (BAS) |
The Building Access System is a comprehensive building management system that integrates into an existing alarm management platform. With the system in place, a log of all site access, including the time of day and location that access was granted, is maintained. The BAS is the perfect add-on for our KDA and NetGuardian products.
| 66 block |
A 66 block is a simple way to use wire-wrap connections with DPS RTUs. When telcos really want connections to stay in place, they use wire wrap. You'll simply punch down your alarm, analog, and/or control relay wiring to the 66 block, then connect the 66 block to the RTU using a standard amphenol cable (also available from DPS).
| External 110VAC Wall Transformer |
The external 110VAC wall transformer converts commercial power to the DC power and termination required for your RTU. It is able to handle 110/220 VAC and depending on the build option, this wall transformer will need to be equipped with a WAGO, standard RIA, or locking RIA terminal end.
| KDA to NetGuardian 864 Termination Conversion Panel |
The KDA to NetGuardian 864 alarm termination conversion panel allows for easy configuration and setup when upgrading to the NetGuardian 864A from a KDA alarm remote. Instead of rewiring your amphenol connectors, just use this conversion panel to save the hassle.
The NetGuardian 864A supports wire-wrap terminations to the NetGuardian's alarm and controls via hinged back panel or 66-block.
The hinged pluggable back panel allows for pluggable connections to your NetGuardian's alarms, analog inputs, and control relays.
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