For most network applications, adding features means adding complexity - installing new equipment, juggling incompatible protocols, struggling to get different devices to work together.
If you're tired of configuration hell - if you think that your network monitoring should solve problems, not create them - you need to take a good look at the Advanced Telemetry System (ATS).
The ATS is an entire network reliability management system contained in a single modular 3- or 10-position shelf. You can configure the ATS to be a perfect fit system for your present needs, expand it to meet your future network growth, add new monitoring capabilities as your network changes - effortlessly, just by changing a card.
There's an ATS card for every element in your network: discrete alarms, analog alarm, and control relays. All these cards are controlled by a single, easily configured processor card that reports alarms to multiple masters via SNMP or TL1.
You can change your configuration at any time by adding any card to any slot, with no addressing. You can scale the capacity of your ATS from 192 to 2,496 discrete points - or you can add two more ATS shelves for a total potential capacity of 7,616 discrete points.
Software configuration is just as simple. The included Windows-based configuration utility can be used locally or via LAN, and its great for creating a centralized archive of system information for the entire network. ATS configuration information is stored in nonvolatile RAM, so even after a complete power loss the system will immediately return to normal operation when power is restored.
To ensure constant reliability, the ATS supports dual -48 VDC power inputs and each card slot is individually fused.You can design a system to meet your exact needs. And when your needs change, the ATS changes with them.
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