The powerful LAN-based NetDog 82 IP G2 provides network managers with remote visibility, allowing them to keep watch of their IP network elements. With 32 ping alarms, 8 discrete alarms, 0-4 analogs, 2 control relays, and a reach-through serial port, this compact, versatile unit is the ideal network monitoring solution for small to medium sized sites. If an element fails to respond to successive pings, or if something is amiss with the environmental controls, the NetDog notifies personnel using a variety of methods with a complete status message.
Here's what the NetDog G2 can do for you:
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|Discrete Alarm Inputs:||8 (Hardware configured: dry contact, contact-to-ground, TTL internally based, TTL externally-based)|
|Analog Alarms:||2 (optional) |
-94 to 94 VDC or 4 to 20 mA
|Temperature Sesnors:||2 (optional) Internal and External|
|Control Relays:||2 Form A |
60 VDC/120VAC max voltage
1 Amp, AC/DC max current
|Interfaces:||1 DB9 RS232 port |
1 RJ45 Ethernet 10BaseT port
1 RJ11 telco jack
2.5mm stereo jack for optional external temperature sensor
24 screw-down connectors and blocks (28 with analogs option)
|Protocols:||SNMPv1, SNMPv2, DCPx, DCPf, HTTP, TRIP, SMTP, TAP|
|Dimensions:||1.75"H x 10.52"W x 6.92"D (4.5cm x 26.72cm x 17.57cm)|
|Weight:||1 lb. 8 oz. (0.81 kg)|
|Mounting:||Wall or rack|
|Power Input:||-48 VDC (-40 to -70 VDC) |
(Optional) -24 VDC (-18 to -36 VDC) (Optional) Wide Range -24/-48 VDC (-18 to -72 VDC)
|Fuse||1/2 amp GMT for power inputs|
|Visual Interface||4 bicolor LEDs |
14 unicolor LEDs
|Operating Temperature:||32-140 F (0-60 C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% non-condensing|
|NetDog 82 IP, -48 VDC|
|NetDog 82 IP, -48 VDC w/Analogs|
|Wireless Connection (GSM or CDMA)|
|Solar Power option|
|NetDog 82 BW|
| 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.
| Optional External Temperature Sensor Probe |
The external temperature sensor provides external temperature readings by plugging the sensor into the TEMP port on the NetDog 82IP G2's front panel. Part Number: D-PR-991-10A-07. Call 1-800-622-3314 or use the form below for more information.
|Ping alarms are used to contact other devices and determine their network presence. If a given device does not respond within the user defined time frame, it is reported as off line. The line port is a modem interface to a telephone line. When the NetDog has an event to report, it uses this port to dial out to a paging terminal or an alarm management system, such as the T/Mon NOC.||Alarm Forwarding With Local Visibility: The T/Mon NOC consolidates alarms from diverse equipment to a single data stream, forwarded to a top-level MOM in the protocol of your choice. At the same time, regional NOC staff and technicians can view alarms within their area of responsibility.|
|The NetDog 82 IP G2 is the ideal solution for small sites where rack space is a premium. Compact enough to mount on a wall or fit on a tabletop, the NetDog has 8 discrete alarms, 32 ping alarms, and 0-4 controls.|
The powerful LAN-based NetDog 82 IP G2 provides network managers with remote visibility of their IP network elements. With 32 ping alarms, 8 discrete alarms, 0-4 analogs, 2 control relays, and a reach-through serial port, this compact, versatile unit is the ideal network monitoring solution for small to medium sized sites. If an element fails to respond to successive pings, or if something is amiss with the environmental controls, the NetDog notifies personnel using a variety of methods with a complete status message.
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