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How to Monitor Every Small Site in Your Network ... Without Breaking Your Budget

Think you don't have the budget to monitor your small sites?

Equipment damage and network outages happen at remote huts and collocation cages as well as central offices. And it's a lot harder (and a lot more expensive!) to drive out to an isolated remote hut to locate and repair problems. Learn more about the cost-effective NetGuardian 216.

NetGuardian 216 Alarm Remote Unit
The NetGuardian 216 provides exactly
the right capacity to manage your
small sites and reports alarms
using SNMP, TL1 or DCP over your
existing IP network.

NetGuardian 216:

  • 16 discrete alarms
  • 2 analog alarms
  • 2 controls
  • 1 terminal server port
  • SNMP, TL1, or T/Mon NOC
Table of Contents
2. NetGuardian 216 Specifications
3. Are you running blind at your small sites?
4. Fact: Small-site failures can cause big-time costs
5. Introducing the NetGuardian 216: so cost-effective, you can monitor every site in your network
6. Easy installation anywhere in your network
7. Standard LAN/WAN connectivity for cost-effective transport
8. SNMP Monitoring Solutions from DPS Telecom
9. Get the Facts Before You Purchase Your Next Network Monitoring System

NetGuardian 216 Specifications

NetGuardian 216 Alarm Remote Unit
With the NetGuardian 216, you'll have constant visibility of your small remote site, making cost-effective use of your existing network infrastructure.
Protocols:

SNMP, TL1, DCP, DCPf, DCPx, DCP1

Discrete Inputs:

16 (reversible)

Analog Inputs: 2
Analog Input Range: -90 to 90 VDC
Analog Thresholds: 4 per analog input
Control Outputs: 2
Maximum Voltage: 60 VDC/120 VAC
Maximum Current: 1 Amp AC/DC
Interfaces:

RJ45 10BaseT Ethernet port
50-pin alarm input connector
4-pin alarm input connector
DB9 RS-232 terminal server port
DB9 craft port

Visual Interface: 8 LEDs
Audio: Speaker with volume control
Dimensions:

1.75" (1 RU) H x 8"W x 6"D
(4.5 cm x 20.3 cm x 15.2 cm)

Mounting: 19" or 23" rack
Power Input: -48VDC (-40 to -70 VDC)
(Optional) Dual -48VDC inputs
(Optional) 9 VDC from 110 VAC wall transformer
See options
Current Draw: 50 mA
Fuse: 0.5 amp GMT
Operating Temperature: 32°-140° F (0°-60° C)
Operating Humidity: 0%-95% noncondensing
Configuration and Monitoring Utility Included
Downloadable Firmware via Craft Port

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