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3 Alarm Module

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Add three discrete alarm points to your NetGuardian's capacity. Simply connect your equipment to the alarm inputs in the top panel of the D-Wire sensor and the NetGuardian will send you notifications as if the alarms were connected directly to the RTU.

Key Features

  • 3 pluggable alarm inputs to increase your RTU capacity
  • 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

The 3 Alarm Module sensor allows you to add discrete alarm capacity to your RTU. Simply connect your equipment to the alarm inputs in the top panel of your sensor and start monitoring them. Your NetGuardian RTU will send you notifications when events happen to those devices as if they were connected to the RTU itself.

Configuring and monitoring your sensor is easily done through your NetGuardian's web interface. And if you need to add more D-Wire sensors, you can daisy-chain them together to a max. of 16 sensors to a single D-Wire port.

Form Factor

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

Core Features

  • Discrete Alarms: 3
  • Mounting: Wall mount
  • Power Supply: Powered by DPS RTUs
  • RJ11 connectors: 2
  • RoHS: 5/6
  • 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.