"Looking at one map and knowing it shows every piece of equipment you're monitoring in the field - when you see green on there from everywhere, all your sites, that's piece of mind."
-Brian Krest, Senior Telecom Engineer
• Tell system operators exactly what to do when an alarm happens
T/Mon's customizable text messages enable you to database detailed explanations and instructions for handling every alarm. Everyone on your staff, no matter what their skill or training, will know exactly what to do when an alarm happens.
• Control nuisance alarms
T/Mon gives you three ways to filter nuisance alarms: alarm tagging (ignore alarms until user un-tags them), alarm silencing (temporarily ignore alarms for specified time) and alarm qualification times (ignore momentary and self-correcting alarms).
• Create custom alarms from multiple alarm inputs
T/Mon's Derived Alarms help you track complex events by combining alarm inputs and date/time statements. If you need to know when a site's generator and battery have both failed ... or you want to know if a generator doesn't run its weekly self-test ... or any other combination of events ... Derived Alarms will tell you.
• Use these and all other T/Mon features on all alarms
All your alarms from all your devices - no matter what protocol - can access all of T/Mon's advanced features. Even your oldest devices can use pager and email alerts, Derived Alarms and Controls and nuisance alarm filtering. T/Mon LNX is a complete upgrade of your alarm monitoring in just one unit.
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