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|Base NG40 Dual Power (Standard) |
-48VDC (-36 to -72VDC) (Standard)
-24VDC (-18 to -36VDC) (Standard)
|-12VDC Power Option |
-12VDC Power Option Isolated (3rd Party Brick)
|+24VDC via 110VAC Wall Transformer (+12 to +30VDC)|
|RS232 Serial Port |
RS485 Serial Port
|202 / V23 Modem |
|1 D-Wire Sensor Input for 16 Additional Sensors|
|1 Internal Temperature Sensor (On Perimeter - Front of Unit)|
|Wago-4 Pin Wago (Dual Feed)|
|RTC (Real Time Clock)|
Save valuable rack space without sacrificing alarm capacity: Need more capacity than what the NetGuardian 432 G4 can provide? The NetGuardian 480 has all the great features as the NetGuardian 432, but with 80 discrete points instead of 32.
Track changing network conditions with discrete sensors from DPS. Find temperature, motion, door sensors, and more.
D-Wire sensors provide an easy way to track environmentals in your server room, PBX closet, or data center. Your NetGuardian powers and communicates with D-Wire sensors over RJ-11 connections, allowing you to add or remove sensors from your monitoring system quickly and easily.
Wire-Wrap Back Panel
The NetGuardian's Wire-Wrap back panel allows for wire-wrap connections for the discrete alarms, analog alarms, and control relays.
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).
The wire wrap back panel allows for wire-wrap connections to your NetGuardian's alarms, analog inputs, and control relays.