Hardware Modules

Hardware Modules determine the electrical interface of the element manager ports, as well as other element manager features, such as audible alarm functions.

Modules for IAM and T/MonXM

Relay Card w/ Alt Address
A general purpose 14 relay card for the T/MonXM and IAM platforms to supplement the 108 card. Relays may be controlled by some of the following: Derived controls, Labeled controls and Site controls. Interface: DB25 and DB9 connector.

Relay Card w/ Alt Address D-PC-102-10A-00

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Audible Alarm Card w/ Cutoff Relays & Watchdog
Provides 4 visual control relays for standing alarms (levels A-D), 4 Audible control relays for unacknowledged alarms (levels A-D), 4 general purpose relays, 3 function tone generator for audible. Connection interface: DB25. General purpose connections made via DB9 connector. Powered from base platform bus. Watchdog monitors system and will force auto-restart if system fails.

Audible Alarm Card (Included with T/MonXM Workstation) D-PC-108-10A-00

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4 Port Intelligent Controller
4 serial ports per board, switch addressable 1-6, connection interface RJ-11 jacks, powered from base platform bus.

600 Card
Equipped with four (4) fixed RS232 ports.

602 Card
Euipped with four (4) docking modules. Card can be equipped with a variety of modules depending on interface requirements. Switch addressable 1-6.

603 Card
A shorter version of the 602 for use in the short slots of Pentium mother boards. This card uses one (1) docking module and three (3) RS232 or RS422/485 ports (specify when ordering).

with 4 RS232 Ports D-PC-600-10A-00
with 4 empty docking bays D-PC-602-10A-00
with 4 RS232/485 Ports D-PC-602-10A-10
with 4 212 dial modems D-PC-602-10A-20
with 4 RS232 & RS422/485 Ports D-PC-602-10A-30
1 docking bay and 3 RS232 or RS422/485 (specify w/ order) D-PC-603-10A-00

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X.25 Card
Provides 1 channel per board. Speeds of up to 64Kb. Connection interface: DB25 connector. Powered from base platform bus, addresses cards one, two, three or four. May be used in ASCII & TL1 MUX applications.

X.25 Card D-PC-240-10A-00

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Ethernet NE2000 Card, ISA card slot format
ISA format fits late 486 and early Pentium mother boards. Order as part of SNMP or NAC software package.

Ethernet NE2000 Card, PCI card slot format
PCI format fits late 486 and early Pentium mother boards. Order as part of SNMP or NAC software package.

ISA card slot format with SNMP Agent D-PG-220-10A-01
PCI card slot format with SNMP Agent D-PG-220-10A-02
ISA card slot format with NAC Agent D-PG-143-10A-01
PCI card slot format with NAC Agent D-PG-143-10A-02

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Docking Modules
Provides electrical interface to the 602 board, KDA, DPM, DCM and TAC. 202 Modem specs: 1200 Baud, 300-3400 Hz, TX Mark 1200 Hz, TX Space 2200 Hz.
Note: Docking moedule 485B is for proctection switch control.

202 Modem D-PC-635-10A-00
RS232 D-PC-645-10A-00
RS422/485 D-PC-655-10A-00
212/1200 Baud dial modem D-PC-140-10A-00
RS485B D-PC-696-10A-00

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RS232 Hub Docking Module
Used in KDA network element to hub RS232 data between two points.

Dual RS232 Pad D-PC-640-10A-00

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FSK Docking Module
New docking module allows 1200 Baud data transmission in the 4 to 8 kHz VF band. Fits on 202 card or in KDA network element, occupies 2 pads.

FSK Modem D-PC-692-10A-00

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Slide Rack for IAM, 19" or 23"
Rack mount slides for IAM chassis. Adds one rack unit to IAM.

19" IAM slide rack D-RK-150-10A-19
23" IAM slide rack D-RK-150-10A-23

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RS232 to FSK Converter
Interfaces RS232 port to FSK facility. External box to use with T/MonSC, T/MonXM or IAM.

RS232 to FSK converter D-PC-206-10B-00

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X.25 Data Scope Card
Collects data from two RS232 sources and presents it to higher level software in time sequence order. Typically used to monitor both sides of a protocol conversation across a

Data Scope Card D-PR-205-10A-00

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