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NetGuardian 480: Ordering Options

NetGuardian 480
Save valuable rack space without sacrificing alarm capacity: The NetGuardian 480 has 80 discrete point inputs, 4 control relays, and an optional D-wire input supporting up to 16 analog sensors.

Ordering Options:
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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
33.6 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)

Discrete Sensors

Discrete Sensors

Track changing network conditions with discrete sensors from DPS. Find temperature, motion, door sensors, and more.

Discrete Sensors

D-Wire Sensors

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.

NetGuardian 480 Wire-Wrap Back Panel
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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.
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66 block

66 block

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).

Wire Wrap Back Panel

Wire Wrap Back Panel
The wire wrap back panel allows for wire-wrap connections to your NetGuardian's alarms, analog inputs, and control relays.


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