You'll also have support for 16 D-Wire sensors - which give you excellent analog monitoring capacity for environmental conditions.
When you build a monitoring system with the NetGuardian M16 G2, your remotes will be based on the time-tested NetGuardian design used in other models. This is telco-grade equipment housed in a durable aluminum case.
When alarms occur at your site, SNMP traps will be sent to your SNMP manager or T/Mon master station. The NetGuardian M16 G2 can also send email notifications to on-call technicians (great for after hours monitoring), and it has indicator LEDs that display local summary status.
|Alarm Point Inputs:||16|
|Analog Alarms:||6 (4 general purpose, 2 battery monitoring)|
|Analog Input Range:||-90 to 90 VDC (or 4 to 20mA)|
|Control Relays:||2 to 18, depending on your build option|
|RS232 Port (for reach through):||1|
|Protocols:||SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, DCPx, Telnet, HTTP, HTTPS, TRIP, Email, RADIUS|
|Dimensions:||17" W x 6.6" D x 1.7" H|
|Mounting:||Wall or 19" rack mountable|
|Power Input:||-48 VDC (-40 to -70VDC); contact DPS for other power options|
|Current draw:||200 mA @ -48VDC|
|Fuse||3/4 Amp GMT|
|Interfaces:||1 RJ45 10/100BaseT Ethernet port |
1 USB front panel craft port
1 RJ11 port (for D-Wire sensors)
1 RS232 Terminal Server Port
|Operating Temperature:||32 -140 F (0 - 60 C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% non-condensing|
|Windows Compatibility:||XP, Vista, 7 32/64 bit|
Choose your power options, and select additional features, such as extra 16 control relays, integrated 4-port switch, and an integrated sensor power supply.
|Power Options:||Dual -48 VDC power inputs |
Dual +24 VDC power inputs
|Control Relays:||2 or 18 Form C|
|Additional Options:||Real Time Clock |
4 Port 10/100 Mbps Switch
Integrated 12V Sensor Power Supply
Wireless (GSM/CDMA) Version
The NetGuardian Voice 16 G2 has all the capacity of the NetGuardian M16 G2, PLUS convenient voice dial-out alerts to your medium-sized sites. Part#: D-PK-216V2
This temperature sensor plugs into your NetGuardian's external sensor jack. Part#: D-PR-998-10A-07
Fuel tanks, battery power, lighting systems, and water levels are just some of things you need to monitor to keep your network up and running. Track changing network conditions with these discrete & analog sensors.
The NetGuardian 216's Wire-Wrap back panel allows for wire-wrap connections for the discrete alarms,
analog alarms, and control relays. (D-PK-WWADP)
The NetGuardian 216's pluggable back panel allows for screw-in barrier plug connections for your alarms and control relays. (D-PK-NGPAN)
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 NetGuardian Test Box allows technicians to verify every discrete alarm input, control relay, and voltage-based analog alarm input on a NetGuardian Voice 16 G2, 216, 216T, or 216F. The NetGuardian Test Box is a trusted tool of DPS test technicians.
The additional 19" Rack Ear secures your NetGuardian 216 G3 to both sides of a rack for added stability. DPS Telecom recommends fastening your NetGuardian with the additional rack ear.
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