NetGuardian 816 Alarm Remote

NetGuardian 816
The NetGuardian 816 - perfect for smaller sites with 16 alarm points, 8 analogs inputs, and 8 control relays.

The NetGuardian 816 monitors 16 discrete alarm points and 8 analog alarm points and issues SNMP traps, email notifications, and alphanumeric pages. This device also features 8 control relays and allows you to ping up to 32 devices. The NetGuardian 816 is the perfect device for smaller sites with lots of analog conditions (temperature, battery voltage, etc.) to monitor and a need to remotely control equipment. The 8 control relays allow you to remotely switch power to 8 devices that are normally operated with a button or a switch - allowing you to cut back on wasteful truck rolls out to distant sites just to reboot jammed equipment.

With the NetGuardian 816, you'll have a device that is based on the NetGuardian G5 technology, but doesn't feature the high-capacity alarm points that may be overkill for your amaller sites. You'll also be able to dial or Telnet through to an ASCII device to obtain performance details and perform device configuration.

Note: This device requires a minimum order.

Full Specs

NetGuardian 816
Tackle monitoring challenges at your smaller sites with the NetGuardian 816.

Full Specifications
Discrete Inputs: 16.
Analog Inputs: 8.
Control Relays: 8.
Serial Ports: 1 202.
Interfaces: 1 10/100BaseT LAN.
1 202 Serial Ports.
1 USB Craft.
1 50-pin Amphenol Connector.
2 4-pin Analog Connector.
Power Input: +24 VDC.
Fuse: 3/4 Amp GMT.
Visual Interface: 7 Front panel LEDs.
2 Back panel LEDs.
Mounting: 19" or 23" rack.
Dimensions: 1.75"H x 17"W x 12"D.
Operating Temperature: 32 - 140 degrees F (0 - 60 degrees C).
Operating Humidity: 0 - 95% non-condensing.
RoHS: 5/6.

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