What do you need your RTU to do? At DPS, we specialize in helping you with challenging projects. You'll find dozens of off-the-shelf RTUs, and you can even get custom RTUs if you really need something unique.
RTUs like these enable you to remotely monitoring and control your facilities and equipment. You can collect self-reported equipment alarms and environmentals (temperature, humidity, smoke, water, etc.). You can track door and motion alarms. You can activate backup systems. If you want to monitor or control something without actually being there, there's probably a way to do it with a remote terminal unit.
Let's take a look at this RTU to begin: the NetGuardian 832A. It's a good example, because it does a lot of things. If you understand this 832A, you understand remote terminal units.
RTU Features of the NG 832A:
Sometimes you only need a few inputs and outputs. There's no need to waste budget dollars on capacity you'll never use. The NetGuardian LT is a good solution in this scenario. With 2-4 discrete inputs, 1 analog, and 1 control, it provides reliable monitoring without going overkill on I/O.
Here's a medium-sized remote terminal unit with native T1 support (FrameRelay or PPP): the NetGuardian 216T. This is handy at outside-plant sites (especially microwave sites) where you don't have LAN. The included network switch also breaks out LAN for other devices. You know that's an incredibly valuable feature if you work with T1-only buildings.
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