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NetGuardian E16 DX G2

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The NetGuardian E16 DXG2 expands the capacity of the NetGuardian 832 G5 platform (including the 864A) by 16 alarm points and 16 controls.

Key Features

  • 16 control relays
  • 16 discrete alarm points

The NetGuardian E16 DX G2 is an efficient discrete alarm and control relay expansion solution.

This device allows you to expand the capacity of your NetGuardian 832 G5 or NetGuardian 864, adding 16 discrete alarm points and 16 control relays. The E16 DX G2 interfaces to either:

  • An RS232 serial ports on the NetGuardian 832A G5 that is configured for point expansion, or
  • An RS232 serial port on a NetGuardian 864 DX that is already daisy-chained onto a base NetGuardian.

Note that only a single E16 DX G2 unit may be connected to a base NetGuardian, and it must be the last expansion in a daisy chain. Since the E16 DX G2 has only an input serial port and no output serial port, it can only attach itself to the end of a chain.

Form Factor

  • Height: 1.7"
  • Width: 17"
  • Depth: 6.6"
  • Mounting:
  • Weight: 2.25 lbs

Core Features

  • Control Relays: 16
  • Craft port: 1 serial port
  • Discrete Alarms: 16
  • Fuse: Dual 3/4 Amp GMT
  • LED status indicators
  • NIC: 10/100BaseT
  • Power Input: Dual
  • Power Supply: -48Vdc
  • Serial Port: RS232

Operating Conditions

  • Humidity: 0-95% NC
  • Temperature: 32 to 140F (0 to 60C)
No additional software required.

Use the built-in web interface for configuration. Monitor via web interface, your SNMP manager, or a T/Mon master station.