The Remote Alarm Block 176N offers cost-effective, high density alarm reporting
For instance, if your network presently requires or will require high-density alarm coverage, your most cost-effective remote is the Remote Alarm Block 176N. Here are some of the features that make the RAB 176N ideal for dense alarm collection:
The NetGuardian 216 G3 provides space-saving light capacity alarm monitoring
If you have smaller sites that don't require an expensive, heavy-duty RTU, the NetGuardian 216 provides advanced network reliability management in a compact, affordable format, utilizing your existing IP network for data transport.
16 discrete alarms, 2-8 analog inputs, 2 controls, and 1 terminal server port
The AlphaMax is a compact dial-up remote that reports directly to your pager.
If you need to install network monitoring in small, distant, or out-of-the-way places, the AlphaMax provides alarm monitoring anywhere you need it:
8 discrete alarms, 2 control relays
Reports directly to any pager
DTMF control lets you ack alarms with just a phone call
Uses AC or DC power - plus optional UPS block provides 3 hours of backup battery power.
Supports both alphanumeric and numeric pagers for notification of alarms
The 82S and 82S High Speed offer a craft port interface, allowing the units to become a virtual channel for obtaining ASCII data from an external device like a PABX. The AlphaMax can also be used to monitor PCOM and HARRIS radio alarms and provide remote configuration.
All DPS Remotes Backed by Free Lifetime Firmware Upgrades, Technical Support and No-Risk Money-Back Guarantee
The Remote Alarm Block 176N, the NetGuardian 832A, the NetGuardian 216, and the NetGuardian 480 are just four examples of DPS Telecom's full line of RTUs for every monitoring need. All DPS remotes are supported by two year hardware warranties, DPS Telecom technical support, and free lifetime firmware upgrades - plus they're guaranteed by our risk-free, money-back guarantee. Test an evaluation unit in your network for 30 days, and if you're not completely satisfied, return it for a full refund.
Additional information on selecting an RTU can be found in our RTU Tutorial.
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