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Ordering Options

The CellVoice 16, with extra controls.
Get cellular voice alerts sent from your sites without LAN.
Ordering Options
Wireless connectionGSM 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)

Small SMS Reciever
SMS Receiver

Forward alarms from your wireless RTU to your T/Mon or SNMP Master via SMS notifications. With the SMS Receiver, you can bypass the traditional hassles of cellular alarm reporting by sending SMS alarm notifications from your RTU to your SNMP master.

Discrete and Analog Sensors
Discrete and Analog Sensors

Fuel tanks, battery power, lighting systems, and water levels are just some of things you need to monitor to keep your network up and running. Track changing network conditions with these discrete & analog sensors.

NetGuardian 216 Wall Mount Pluggable Panel

Wall Mount Pluggable Panel

The Wall Mount Pluggable Panel mounts below the NetGuardian and other DPS products to allow for convenient termination access to discrete alarms, control relays, analog inputs, and fuse alarms. This pluggable panel is ideal for uses where the NetGuardian RTU is mounted on a backboard.

66 block 66 block

A 66 block is a simple way to use wire-wrap connections with DPS RTUs. When telcos really want connections to stay in place, they use wire wrap. You'll simply punch down your alarm, analog, and/or control relay wiring to the 66 block, then connect the 66 block to the RTU using a standard amphenol cable (also available from DPS).