|Cellular Notification Options:||CDMA or GSM|
|Alarm Point Inputs:||16|
|Analog Alarms:||8 (4 general purpose, 2 battery monitoring, 1 internal temp, 1 external temp)|
|Analog Input Range:||-90 to 90 VDC (or 4 to 20mA)|
|Control Relays:||2 to 18, depending on your build option|
|Serial Ports:||1 (choose from 202, RS-232, RS-485, or RJ-11)|
|Protocols:||SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, DCPx, Telnet, HTTP, Email|
|Dimensions:||17" W x 6.6" D x 1.7" H|
|Weight:||2 lbs. 12 oz.|
|Mounting:||Wall or rack mountable|
|Power Input:||-48 VDC (-40 to -70VDC); contact DPS for other power options|
|Current draw:||50 mA @ -48VDC|
|Interfaces:||1 RJ45 10BaseT Ethernet port |
1 DB9 front panel craft port
1 stereo jack for optional external temp sensor
1 RJ11 Telco jack for dialing in/out
1 serial port (Choose from RS232, RS485, or 202)
|Fuse||2 - 1/2 amp GMT|
|Operating Temperature:||32 -140 F (0 -60 C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% non-condensing|
|Wireless connection||GSM or CDMA|
|Control Relays:||2 or 18|
|Power:||-48VDC (Contact DPS for additional power options)|
|Serial Port:||RS232, RS485, or 202 - Choose One|
|External temperature probe with 7-foot lead (D-PR-998-10A-07)|
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Wall Mount Pluggable Panel
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