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T/Mon Alarm Master Platform
[Thursday, February 11th, 2016]
T/Mon is a multi-protocol alarm master platform designed and built by DPS Telecom.
New T1 RTU - NetGuardian 216T G2
[Tuesday, February 9th, 2016]
Do you have some sites that are completely unmonitored because you don't have LAN? Having visibility over your remote sites is necessary to protect you from unanticipated failures. Still, getting LAN to a remote site can be costly and sometimes even...
NetGuardian ENV Product Overview
[Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016]
The NetGuardian ENV: An RTU and Building Access device in one. Get detailed Alarm Information, plus building access support - all in 1 RU.
Modbus-SNMP Mediation
[Wednesday, January 27th, 2016]
You probably have both Modbus and SNMP In your network, you may have some Modbus controllers at remote locations. Many propane/diesel generators today utilize Modbus controllers, so consider them as one example of Modbus gear. Generator controllers are...
NetGuardians That Support Simple Network Management Protocol
[Wednesday, July 8th, 2015]
SNMP is a widely used protocol. Therefore, many NetGuardians support 1 or more versions of SNMP to improve your network visibility...
Empower Your Technicians to 'Respond Like a Pro' with These Automatic Trouble Instructions
[Thursday, May 28th, 2015]
If your alarm monitoring system provides clear instructions for alarm response, you will benefit (whether you're an entry-level technician or the CEO). Let's start by looking at an unclear alert from the technician's perspective: You have plenty of technical...
Monitor your generator fuel tanks to drive down your costs
[Monday, January 26th, 2015]
Your remote sites need fuel (propane/LPG or diesel) to stay online when commercial power fails. With limited battery plant capacity, you never want your fuel tanks to unexpectedly run dry. Imagine the expense and stress of rushing a refueling truck out...
What you Need to Know in Order to Start Learning About SCADA
[Thursday, January 22nd, 2015]
What is SCADA?SCADA covers a wide range of remote monitoring and control systems. From telecom to process control to power distribution to railways, SCADA is just about everywhere. Learn the fundamental concepts here, then learn how to make higher-level...
SNMP RTUs, Managers, Tutorials, Advice, and Best Practices
[Thursday, January 22nd, 2015]
SNMP equipment tips and protocol guides. Are you just learning the protocol? Do you need to find SNMP RTUs and managers?Either way, we can help you. SNMP RTUs for your project Compatible RTUs will collect remote site alarms and transmit them as SNMP traps...
Monitor your HVAC systems to streamline preventive maintenance
[Monday, January 19th, 2015]
Monitor your HVAC systems for better preventive maintenance You know that your HVAC units are important. Your remote equipment needs protection from thermal build-up. You also know that HVAC system require maintenance to perform reliably. They have compressors,...
Steuben County Saves Lives By Monitoring Remote 911 Dispatch Equipment
[Monday, January 5th, 2015]
Fred Marvin,Steuben County Office of Emergency Services The Steuben County Office of Emergency Services (SCOES) is responsible for coordinating emergency response agencies to protect those who live, travel, and work in Steuben County, New York. SCOES...
West River Cooperative Telephone Company Success Story
[Monday, January 5th, 2015]
Eric Kahler,WRCTC West River Cooperative Telephone Company (WRCTC) was officially organized on October 23, 1953. Today, WRCTC provides telephone and internet services to more than 3000 members in the Bison, South Dakota area. Eric Kahler is the Central...
Warning: Don't Waste Your End-Of-Year Budget in 2014
[Monday, November 17th, 2014]
**Last day to order from DPS for guaranteed 2014 delivery is Friday, December 9, 2014.** How much has your network expanded in 2014? Has your monitoring kept up with your growth? Do you still need to "backfill" your monitoring? You can install all the...
Keeping your network online during a storm: How to protect your uptime when bad whether hits
[Thursday, August 7th, 2014]
Storms are indiscriminant and unpredictable. Lightning strikes happen, and somehow they know just where to hit to cause the most damage. Power surges, downed lines, and even the occasional water intrusion into a remote location can make even a minor...
Putting a Terminal Server on your RTU
[Friday, July 18th, 2014]
Discretes, analogs, and controls are great for non-protocol communication. They're all industry standards for monitoring and controlling your remote equipment. Their simplicity makes them much easier to troubleshoot. These basic input/output types...
What kind of RTU should I get if I am starting from the ground up?
[Wednesday, July 16th, 2014]
Starting a new remote installation offers some fantastic opportunities. Instead of having to work around legacy RTUs to monitor your network, a fresh build-out can address the latest in feature advancements and network needs. It may seem a bit...
Assessing Your Remote Site's RTU Needs: Remote Site Transmitter Tower w/Cell Coverage
[Friday, July 11th, 2014]
You (or your company) have made the proverbial first step in protecting your revenue-generating equipment by deciding to buy a remote monitoring alarm. Great! However, just knowing you want a vehicle won't give you enough direction when you walk into...
Replacement of a Dying Legacy RTU
[Monday, July 7th, 2014]
If your network has been around for a while, eventually you will be faced with the decision to either upgrade your current equipment, or continue to patch the network to maintain monitoring operations while the budget is getting worked out by the accounting...
Fiber Node Monitoring: Which RTU do I choose?
[Monday, July 7th, 2014]
Fiber linking remote sites can add a whole host of great bandwidth and connectivity to your communications network. Speed, bandwidth, and simplification of connections all improve with fiber. It is definitely worth the transition. To get the most out...
What RTU is best for a small outside-plant (OSP) site with T1 only?
[Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014]
The data transport you have available will often determine the difficulty of your RTU search. If LAN is available, you can choose from alarm remotes offered by a wide range of manufacturers. Your job gets a lot more difficult when you have special...
RTU Inputs, Outputs, & Functions Explained
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
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What RTU do I need for a microwave site with a diesel generator?
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
If you have remote locations in your network that rely on microwave for data transport, they're probably fairly remote. You need remote monitoring, and that generally takes the form of an RTU. Most microwave sites aren't tremendously large, but they...
Control Relays on an RTU
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
Your RTU collects a lot of data with its discrete, analog, and other specialized inputs, and that helps to build your situational awareness of a remote location that might be hundreds or thousands of miles away. Sometimes, you'll realize that you need...
RTU Analog Inputs
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
What is an analog input? Analog inputs on a Remote Terminal Unit are used to precisely monitor continuously variable values (like temperature, relative humidity, and fuel tank levels). Unlike discrete inputs, which are binary, analog inputs can tell...
Discrete Inputs on a Remote Terminal Unit (RTU)
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
What is a Discrete Input? Discrete inputs are among the most important parts of your RTU (Remote Terminal/Telemetry Unit) input capacity. In fact, in decades past, discrete inputs were sometimes the only inputs. So what is a "discrete input"? It's...
RTU Tutorials & Expert Advice
[Wednesday, June 25th, 2014]
There are two phases of learning about RTUs: RTU Inputs, Outputs, & Functions First, you need to understand the "building blocks" of RTUs. What different inputs and outputs are there? What kind of processing and advanced functions are possible on...
Monitor and Control via Microwave with these T1 RTUs
[Monday, May 19th, 2014]
If you have sites with microwave-based T1 but no LAN, you already know the headaches that can cause. You have LAN-based equipment that can't natively handle T1, but your options to solve that problem have been fairly frustrating. You can typically buy...
Remotely Track your Propane/Diesel Levels with this Industrial Wireless Multi-site Monitoring System
[Monday, March 17th, 2014]
If you have multiple remote sites with propane (or diesel) tanks, you need to be managing them intelligently. It doesn't matter if you're a telco, a power utility, a railway, or any other kind of organization. If you fail to monitor your propane tank...
T/Mon Master monitors SNMP, ASCII, and many RTUs
[Friday, January 24th, 2014]
The T/Mon master station collects alarms from RTUs, SNMP devices, ASCII devices, and many other types of equipment...
24-Port DC-Powered Ethernet Switch
[Thursday, January 23rd, 2014]
The GigaSwitch 24 is a DC-powered 24-port ethernet switch built for telco-grade reliability...
Service Monitoring using the T/Mon Master Station
[Thursday, January 23rd, 2014]
The T/Mon master station is a central aggregator for alarms from RTUs and "soft alarms" generated via service monitoring of DNS, HTTP, and email servers...
Centralized Visibility of Motorola Quantar Radios
[Sunday, January 19th, 2014]
In this application, a T/Mon SLIM collects alarms from specialized NetGuardian Q8 RTUs that attach to the back of Motorola Quantar radios and output SNMP.
How to Replace Your Badger 2000 Master Station
[Sunday, January 19th, 2014]
How to replace your Badger 2000 master station with a T/Mon SLIM polling the existing badger RTUs...
Video: T/Mon Building Access System Overview
[Monday, January 13th, 2014]
In this new video, see the new T/Mon web interface for databasing alarms and devices. Learn how to use it to set up building access (electronic door control).
Monitoring your diesel tanks via SNMP
[Friday, January 10th, 2014]
Do you use diesel generators to provide backup (or even primary) power to remote locations? If so, you know that tracking your diesel tank levels is very important. A dry tank at the wrong moment can me a site goes completely dark. Whether you're providing...
How SNMP RTUs slash your costs and protect your revenue stream
[Friday, January 10th, 2014]
At a lot of companies, network management is an underappreciated technology. In the same way people wonder about the value of insurance ("Do I really need it?"), you probably don't fully appreciate the job that SNMP RTUs do for you if you've never had...
5 Best Practices for SNMP Monitoring in the Smartphone Age
[Thursday, January 9th, 2014]
Your network covers a large geographic area. It's likely that you have to manage a large territory with a smaller team than ever before. That means you're out in the field for a good part of the day...
Monitor rail track via SNMP
[Monday, January 6th, 2014]
Are you adequately monitoring your rail tracks against wear and tear, heat-triggered deflection, and even intentional sabotage? Even if Positive Train Control wasn't mandated by the government, you still have plenty of reasons to invest in a good monitoring...
Beyond basic SNMP: 5 helpful functions of modern RTUs
[Friday, January 3rd, 2014]
It's obvious that any "SNMP RTU" must support SNMP (at least one version of it). If that's all you look for when making a purchase decision, however, you're probably missing out on opportunities to make your network more reliable, more profitable, and...
SNMP Guides for the Real World
[Monday, December 30th, 2013]
Most of the SNMP information available online is generic. These helpful guides and articles will help you learn and understand SNMP as it applies to real-world projects and systems...
How to upgrade SNMP v1/v2 equipment to SNMPv3 for added security
[Tuesday, December 24th, 2013]
There have been several versions of SNMP. The latest (SNMPv3) adds encryption for secure transmission of mission-critical data. This presents a problem if you have a large deployment of earlier SNMP equipment that only uses SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 (v2c is the...
SNMP monitoring from your smartphone
[Thursday, December 19th, 2013]
The SNMP protocol has become a staple in modern-day remote monitoring of telecom assets. Unfortunately, that means that a lot of people are now stuck in from of an SNMP manager console. For some reason, a many manufacturers of SNMP gear have been slow...
How to monitor legacy non-SNMP equipment using SNMP
[Wednesday, December 18th, 2013]
Most networks have significant equipment diversity. Some is very modern, but some may be more than a decade old. This naturally happens as technology evolves. You can't afford to throw out your infrastructure every time a new protocol or transport comes...
Monitor your propane tanks with simple SNMP RTUs
[Tuesday, December 17th, 2013]
With SNMP, it sometimes seems like too much attention is given to IT environments. There's no problem using SNMP for management of corporate resources like managed switches and printers, but there are so many more possibilities for remote monitoring...
White Paper: Fiber Optic Network Monitoring
[Monday, November 18th, 2013]
Localized Monitoring and Reporting of Your Fiber Optic Network Status More and more companies are using fiber these days, but aren't taking the necessary precautions to avoid costly outages. The key to avoiding outages caused by fiber faults is early...
OTT Communications Improves Remote Site Visibility with Tempdefenders
[Friday, October 18th, 2013]
Frank Dorr is a Network Engineering Technician for OTT Communcations. OTT Communications and their employees are dedicated to offering reliable and affordable telephone and internet services to customers in residential and business applications...
ModbusProxy Side Links
[Tuesday, October 15th, 2013]
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DPS is Going Green with Electronic User Manuals
[Monday, October 14th, 2013]
New Electronic (PDF) User Manuals from DPS After speaking with many clients like you, we've learned that a sizeable majority prefer an electronic (PDF) user manual for RTUs (but you still value the printed manual for T/Mon user manuals). That's...
Overview: ModbusProxy
[Monday, October 14th, 2013]
The ModbusProxy provides communication to multiple Modbus devices behind a firewall... Plug 'n' Play design - Start monitoring in minutes No need to compromise your firewall Route multiple Modbus communications ...
Motorola Solutions Improves Efficiency and Meets Customer Demands with a Custom-Engineered Trap48RA
[Monday, October 14th, 2013]
You can find Motorola Solutions products and services in a wide range of workplaces. From the retail floor to the warehouse and from the small town police station to large, complex multi-agency public safety operations and the most secure government...
NetMediator TNT G5
[Tuesday, October 8th, 2013]
The NetMediator TNT: TBOS-to-SNMP mediation for up to 8 TBOS devices, plus terminal server functionality, 32 discrete alarms, 8 analog alarms, and 8 controls. Get Detailed Alarm Information - Send the Right Technician With the Right Tools...
NetMediator TNT G5 Applications
[Tuesday, October 8th, 2013]
Communication Mediums The NetMediator TNT reports discrete alarms, relay status, analog alarms, and network equip ment failures over the LAN/WAN to an SNMP manager or to the DPS Telecom T/Mon Network Alarm Management System. SNMP Trap Reporting The...
NetMediator RTD G5
[Tuesday, October 8th, 2013]
The NetMediator RDT G5 - The Intelligent RTU for Complete Site Management The NetMediator RTD G5 is a powerful, compact alarm collector that provides network managers with remote visibility of their IP network elements. With 32 ping alarms,...
NetMediator TNT G5 Ordering Options
[Thursday, October 3rd, 2013]
SiteMon IP Surveillance CameraWith 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...
NetMediator RTD G5 Full Specs
[Thursday, October 3rd, 2013]
The NetMediator RTD G5 is a RoHS 5/6-compliant, LAN-based, SNMP/DCPx remote telemetry unit. The NetMediator RTD G5 has all the tools you need to manage your remote sites, including built-in alarm monitoring, paging and email capabilities that can...
NetMediator TNT G5 Full Specs
[Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013]
The versatility, capacity, and reliability of the NetMediator TNT are the reasons why it is the standard for network alarm monitoring needs. Full Specifications Discrete Inputs: 32 (expandable to 80, 128, or 176) Analog...
NetGuardian Remote Status Panel Overview
[Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013]
NetGuardian Remote Status Panel: Relays alarm status information from NetGuardian to external alarm displays and alarm speakers. The NetGuardian Remote Status Panel lets you monitor alarms from wherever needed. If your NetGuardian RTU is...
NetMediator RTD G5 Ordering Options
[Monday, September 30th, 2013]
SiteMon IP Surveillance CameraWith 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...
Complete Tower Monitoring System: Ordering Options
[Friday, September 27th, 2013]
Fuse Block, 30A2-790-60030-00 Fuse, Midget 30A 125V2-740-03000-00 ...
Complete Tower Monitoring System: Applications
[Friday, September 27th, 2013]
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Complete Tower Monitoring System: Specifications
[Friday, September 27th, 2013]
Full Specifications User Discrete Alarm Inputs: 10 Temperature Sensors: 1 Integrated Analog SensorSupport for 1 External Analog Sensor Temperature Thresholds: 4 (High and Low, Major/Minor) ...
Micro-OTDR Ordering Options
[Friday, September 27th, 2013]
Micro OTDR Fiber Fault Monitor ensures that you're instantly notified of faults in your fiber transports. This saves you operational expense dollars and helps you quickly get back online during outages (such as disaster-recovery situations). OTDR...
Complete Tower Monitoring System
[Thursday, September 26th, 2013]
Weather resistant, easy-to-install, right-size capacity - the CTMS effectively monitors towers and remote sites. Effective, easy-to-install, light-capacity tower alarm monitoring The Complete Tower Monitoring System (CTMS) is a durable,...
Complete Tower Monitoring System: Screens
[Thursday, September 26th, 2013]
The just released NetGuardian 216 G3 includes an overhauled web interface that boasts several time-saving new tools, including new analog gauges. You'll also notice the impressive speed boost. Menus load very quickly, and alarm statuses update automatically...
Micro-OTDR Fiber Fault Monitor
[Thursday, September 26th, 2013]
New Micro-OTDR Technology Lets You Quickly and Accurately Detect Faults Avoid outages caused by fiber faults by Early Detection More and more companies are using fiber these days, but aren't taking the necessary precautions to avoid...
Micro-OTDR Full Specs
[Thursday, September 26th, 2013]
How does this fiber fault detection technology work? Whenever the data link breaks, a pulse of light is instantly shot through the optical fibers and is reflected back. The timing on the returned pulse pinpoints the location of the fault. ...
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Overview: NetGuardian 240T
[Wednesday, September 18th, 2013]
The NetGuardian 240T is a feature-rich RTU that guves you the power to report up to 40 contact closures over T1 or E1. Are your sites without LAN lacking proper alarm coverage? Poor visibility over any part of your network is a recipe for...
NetGuardian 240T: Full Specifications
[Wednesday, September 18th, 2013]
The NetGuardian 240T's back panel with dual power feeds, dual fuse and indicators, a D-Wire sensor port, amphenol connections, 7-Port switch, and RS232 expansion port. Full Specifications Protocols: ...
NetGuardian 240T Side Links
[Wednesday, September 18th, 2013]
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Overview: TempDefender G2
[Monday, September 16th, 2013]
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TempDefender Side Links
[Monday, September 16th, 2013]
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Top 5 Technologies from the DPS Overview Slideshow
[Monday, September 16th, 2013]
As a DPS client, you may have already participated in an online slideshow. You'll commonly sign up for one before you decide to invest in a new monitoring technology. It's a good way for your whole team to see application diagrams, hear from an engineer,...
TempDefender G2: Sensors
[Monday, September 16th, 2013]
Track your environmentals with D-Wire Sensors D-Wire sensors are a way to track environmentals in your server room (wide range temperature support: -40 to 180 degrees F), PBX closet, or data center using minimum analog capacity. With the TempDefender...
TempDefender G2 Screenshots
[Monday, September 16th, 2013]
The TempDefender G2 includes an easy-to-navigate web interface that boasts several time-saving new tools. Menus load very quickly, and alarm statuses update automatically without requiring a page refresh. Look below for screens of the new setup wizards...
The Top 3 Client-Favorite New DPS Technologies of 2013
[Monday, September 9th, 2013]
As a DPS client, you already have experience with some DPS equipment. Naturally, you think most about the products you use regularly. In fact, we've heard many of you refer to "the DPS box" (as if there was only one). The problem with thinking in...
Step-by-Step: Upgrade your legacy RTUs gradually - and within your budget
[Monday, August 26th, 2013]
Do you feel trapped by your legacy alarm remotes? You're not alone... Overdependence on legacy RTUs (alarm remotes) is not an unusual problem. Where you once had reliable modern equipment, time and progress have taken their toll. 3 Signs that your...
Legacy RTU Upgrade Phase 1: First, upgrade your master
[Monday, August 26th, 2013]
The first phase of the transition is to replace the single point of failure: your legacy master. It's hardly a solid performer in today's monitoring environment, and odds are that you don't have a replacement available. If your master fails, you'll lose...
Monitor Quantar Radios with a NetGuardian Q8 RTU
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
This proposal provides and excellent fit solution for monitoring your Quantar radios with a NetGuardian Q8 RTU. The NetGuardian Q8 is a specially designed discrete alarm collection unit for a Quantar-branded base station. Monitors 8 alarm...
Monitoring Your Remote Site Propane Tanks Using a TempDefender
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
This proposal provides and excellent fit solution for monitoring your remote propane tank levels. The TempDefender provides a reliable, industrial quality remote telemetry unit that supports SNMP TRAP notifications to your SNMPc system. The...
Monitoring Alarms from Multiple Remote Sites with a TempDefender
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
This proposal was assembled to handle a monitoring project involving multiple sites. The TempDefender we selected is quite well matched for immediate 3-4 contact closures with analog temperature and humidity needs while providing for some growth...
Manage Your Alarm System With a T/Mon LNX
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
We have prepared this proposal for the T/Mon LNX Alarm Management System. The T/Mon LNX is a rack mounted, -48VDC dual feed, Quad Core Xeon computer that will be responsible for: Collecting, filtering, categorizing & presenting alarms, maintaining...
Echo Alarm Notifications Using a NetGuardian V16 G2
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
The solution presented has been optimized such that it will echo any alarms that have been active for more than 30 seconds at the Primary location to the Secondary location. Also, presently the NetGuardian V16 G2s will be in constant communication...
Benefits of Monitoring Your Network with VoIP OrderWire Equipment
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
DPS VoIP Order Wire allows you communicate over IP between remote sites. By deploying this solution, you will immediately...
Monitoring Environmentals in Multiple Rooms with a TempDefender and D-Wire Sensor Network
[Friday, August 16th, 2013]
See how to monitor temperature, humidity, etc. with the TempDefender RTU
Harris Scan protocol, FarScan interface, and Legacy gear
[Tuesday, August 13th, 2013]
Harris FarScan, also referred to as Harris Scan, is a network monitoring interface that allows for operators and technicians to view in real-time what is happening at their remote sites and various points throughout their networks. Intended to be used...
E1 RTUs Bringing LAN to Remote Sites
[Friday, August 9th, 2013]
If you've found yourself on this page, it's probably safe to assume that you already know the difference between terms such as RTU or SCADA, so I shall save you the monotony of reading more about them. If you would like for information on these two...
Wireless Outdoor IP Camera at a Glance
[Friday, August 9th, 2013]
With the ever-growing market for security equipment, it is no surprise that camera technologies have advanced to keep up with the changing interfaces and networking capabilities. IP, or Internet Protocol, cameras have become rather common in many...
SNMP v3 Trap Format
[Wednesday, August 7th, 2013]
In the case of all versions of SNMP communications, the term "Trap" is used to define a one-way message from a device (Agent) to a control center (Manager). The SNMPv3 trap format is essentially the same as the previous formats for v1, v2, and v2c,...
E1 Telecom Standards
[Tuesday, August 6th, 2013]
In the digital telecommunications industries, there are many ways to effectively transfer data across networks with limited bandwidth capabilities. In order to prevent any complicated interfacing between various service providers, many began to work together...
New RTU: The NetGuardian DIN with PoE Provides Compact Monitoring for Remote Cabinets and Enclosures
[Monday, July 29th, 2013]
Are large RTUs like the NetGuardian 832A G5 overkill for your smaller remote cabinets and sites? Many companies are faced with smaller applications where only a few alarm points are needed and a compact unit is critical. The NetGuardian DIN...
SNMP Basics
[Monday, July 29th, 2013]
SNMP Basics What is SNMP? SNMP ("Simple Network Management Protocol") is a very popular computer protocol used for remotely monitoring and controlling equipment. All sorts of devices, from industrial telecommunications gear down to simple network switches...
NEMA Enclosure Ratings
[Wednesday, July 17th, 2013]
The following is a list of the current NEMA ratings and definitions Type 1 - Indoors - Protects personnel against hazardous parts. Protects equipment from dust, light, indirect splashing. (not dust-tight) Type 2 - Indoors (condensation) - Similar...
Wireless Internet Cameras Explained
[Tuesday, July 16th, 2013]
Wireless internet cameras are essentially a CCTY camera that transmits both video and audio signals to a wireless receiver via radio frequencies. Many of these cameras require at least one wire for power, even though the name may suggest otherwise....
Recording What Your IP Camera Sees
[Tuesday, July 16th, 2013]
When it comes to security cameras, being able to see what they see is only half of the equation. What happens when you witness something, but have no way to recall the event to show other people such as technicians or the police? With older CCTV cameras,...
Sensor Data Logger
[Monday, July 15th, 2013]
Having a well designed array of sensors, monitoring equipment, and alarm notification devices can mean the difference between uninterrupted services and a catastrophic system outage. Being able to monitor the voltage in your battery bays, knowing how...
Nema Cases
[Thursday, July 11th, 2013]
Many industries around the world use sensitive electronic equipment to help monitor their networks. The problem with this is that these devices can be susceptible environmental factors such as water, dust, and shock. In order to ensure that no gear...
Telecom Service Provider (TSP)
[Thursday, July 11th, 2013]
A company that works primarily within the telecommunications industry is typically referred to as a Telecome Service Provider, or TSP. While this is normally used interchangably with Communications Service Provider (CSP), TSP excludes Internet Service...
The Basic Tools of a Telecom Technician
[Thursday, July 11th, 2013]
For a technician working in any industry, a proper tool-kit is vital to performing their job. Telecom installers and maintenance technicians are no exception. For those working in a telecommunications field, a proper kit of telecom tools is necessary....
Telecom Resellers Offer Unexpected Benefits
[Wednesday, July 10th, 2013]
A telecom reseller is a company or individual (merchant) that purchases communications equipment or transmission capacitie from larger network carriers and equipment manufacturers with the intention of reselling to smaller carriers. This is usually...

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