The T/Mon SLIM Remote Alarm Monitoring System puts control over your alarms directly into your hands. T/Mon SLIM is a new model of the T/Mon Remote Alarm Monitoring System, scaled to the needs of small, local and regional networks.
Cost-effective and easy to install, T/Mon SLIM puts high-quality network alarm monitoring within the reach of any company and any maintenance department.
T/Mon SLIM gives you the advanced alarm monitoring capabilities of a full-scale T/Mon, at a scale suitable for managing your local or regional network.
The T/Mon SLIM's derived control formulas automatically issue control commands in response to alarm inputs. This requires no human intervention. You're still notified. The event is logged. Your reaction time is simply removed to speed the corrective action. The T/Mon SLIM fully supports control relays, including relays connected to legacy RTUs.
|Standard Input Protocols:||DCP, DCPf, DCPx, Ping|
|Standard Output Protocols:||DCP, DCPf, DCPx|
|Optional Input Protocols:||ASCII, Badger, Cordell, DCM, E2A, Granger, Larse, Modbus, NEC, NTP, Pulsecom, SNMP, TABS, TBOS, Teltrac, TL1|
|Optional Output Protocols :||ASCII, SNMP, TABS, TL1|
|Monitoring Capacity :||64 devices/10,000 alarm points|
|T/Mon GFX Users||2|
|Maximum Non-T/MonGFX users:||5|
|Dimensions:||5.25" H (3RU) x 17" W x 14" D |
(13.34 cm x 43.18 cm x 35.56 cm)
|Weight||10 lbs (4.54 Kg)|
|Mounting:||19" or 23" rack|
|Power Input:||Dual -48 VDC |
Dual -24 VDC (optional)
|Current Draw||500 mA|
|Fuse:||Two 2 Amp GMT|
|Serial Ports:||4 RJ45 Connectors|
|Serial Port Interface:||RS-232 / 33.6 Modems vary on configuration|
|LAN Interface:||10/100 BaseT|
|Visual Display:||Front panel LCD|
|Unit Controls:||4 LCD menu control buttons|
|Hardware Warranty:||2 years|
|Operating Temperature:||41-90 degrees F (5 to 35 degrees C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% noncondensing|
|Optional Accessory:||T/MON Site Dialer (plus T/MON EXP)|
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The T/Mon SLIM records up to 999,999 system events. These can be viewed in a variety of report formats. Alarm information can also be exported as ASCII text. That text can be sent to an after-hours recording device. It can also be imported into a database or spreadsheet program for graphing and analysis.
The T/Mon SLIM gives you multiple options for accessing alarm data. This includes automatic e-mail and phone alerts. Automatic escalation alerts inform supervisors if technicians don't acknowledge alarms. Nuisance alarm filtering silences unimportant alarms. Text messages give precise instructions for resolving alarms.
When combined with the T/Mon T/Mon SLIM master stations, the T/Mon Voice Dialer delivers another critical method of receiving alarm notifications. This application allows you to receive voice alerts for the alarm points databased in T/Mon.
You can use two or more T/Mon SLIM units in a network. One unit can be assigned to be a secondary backup. If the primary system goes down, the system will automatically switch all monitoring activity to the secondary system. This was traditionally done via a protection switch. A more modern architecture in newer T/Mon versions is to have your remotes report to both masters. The masters sync with each other. This keeps the secondary ready to take over at any time.
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