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Check alarms via web browser

T/Mon's easy Web Browser interface lets any field tech on your staff check alarms without a special software interface. Security is guaranteed - system administrators control access privileges for each user.

T/Mon Web Browser Interface
The Web Browser interface lets users view and acknowledge alarms via the Internet -just one of the remote access options for T/Mon NOC.

Filter nuisance alarms

T/Mon filters out nuisance alarms, self-correcting alarms, and oscillating conditions, ensuring staff response to serious network threats.

Correlate alarms for root cause analysis

Finding the underlying cause between apparently unconnected alarms can take hours of patient detective work. T/Mon simplifies root cause analysis by correlating alarms with user-defined derived alarm formulas. Derived alarms can include date/time variables and input from dozens of alarms, so you can capture any repeatable combination of events in a single alarm.

Correct problems instantly without expensive windshield time

T/Mon fully supports remote control relays to all your remote sites, so you'll never need to travel miles to a remote site just to flip a switch. You can even configure T/Mon to automatically issue control commands in response to alarm inputs, giving you a tireless first line of defense.

History maintained for future analysis

Alarm information is an invaluable source of data about your network. T/Mon can record up to 999,999 system events, including alarms, control operations, alarm acknowledgements, internal alarms, and user activity. History reports can be generated for points, sites, and alarm windows in a variety of formats, including delimited text that can be imported to a database or spreadsheet for further analysis.

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