This solution features the NetGuardian 480.
The NetGuardian 480 will be able to collect up to 80 TL1 type alarms while the NetGuardian G4 will be able to collect up to 32 discrete and 8 analogs. All the RTU's will be able to send those alarms via SNMP over IP to your Harris NetBoss Master Station.
The NetGuardian 480 (NG480) is a specialized member of the NetGuardian family, optimized for use as a high-capacity discrete-only responder. The result is a highly costeffective solution for gathering the diverse equipment at your remote site and integrating it into a single modern network management system.
With 80 discrete alarm inputs - two and a half times as many as the NetGuardian 832A- you can easily forward all the alarms of a small to medium-sized site to your Harris NetBoss Master. This dense alarm coverage gives you the convenience of a single-box solution, saves you the cost of buying multiple low-capacity RTUs, and offers you the lowest possible cost per point. You can take advantage of the NetGuardian 480 ease of use.
Configuring SNMP traps to report to multiple SNMP manager IP addresses is simple and quick using the included Windows-based T/NG480 utility. T/NG480 also provides a single, uniform interface for all of the NG 480's functions. Field technicians can provision alarms, view the status of alarm points, turn control relays on and off, analyze communication traffic between the NG 480 and its alarm collection master, and load firmware upgrades by merely plugging a PC into the craft port on the NG 480's front panel. Once the site has been turned up, the network administrator can use T/NG480 over LAN to monitor alarms or change the configuration of the unit.
Databasing TL1 alarms is simple and quick using the included Windows-based T/NG480 utility. T/NG480 also provides a single, uniform interface for all of the NG480's functions. Field technicians can provision alarms, view the status of alarm points, turn control relays on and off, analyze communication traffic between the NG480 and its alarm collection master, and load firmware upgrades by merely plugging a PC into the craft port on the NG480's front panel.
The NG480 will report also report autonomous TL1 alarms over your over channel using the RS232 interface. This unit is also equipped to support reporting alarms over LAN and may be reprovisioned at any time in the future to support this function without any additional cost.
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