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Analog Module

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Add a 0-5, 0-12, 0-16, or 0-60VDC analog input to your NetGuardian to monitor voltages of generic sensors and battery cells. The analog value is digitized and communicated back to your NetGuardian for display and threshold alarming.

Key Features

  • Add analog alarm capacity to your RTU
  • D-Wire sensors do not need a power source
  • Chain up to 16 sensors to a single D-Wire port
  • Use your NetGuardian's web interface to provision and monitor your D-Wire

Do you need to be able to keep an eye on your analog voltages, but your NetGuardian RTU doesn't support this capability? With the D-Wire Analog Module, you can easily do that. Simply connect the D-Wire to your NetGuardian and to the equipment you want to monitor.

The analog value will be digitized and communicated back to your NetGuardian for display and threshold alarming. In fact, you can use your RTU's web interface to configure and monitor your sensor.

Also, keep in mind that this daisy-chainable sensor can support either 0-5 Vdc, 0-60 Vdc, or 4-20 mA.

Form Factor

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  • Width: 0"
  • Depth: 0"
  • Mounting:
  • Weight: 0 lbs

Core Features

  • Analog Alarms: 1
  • Mounting: Wall mount
  • Power Supply: Powered by DPS RTUs
  • RJ11 connectors: 2
  • Web Interface: NetGuardian Config

Operating Conditions

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.