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The NetMediator-T2S can be used to collect legacy TBOS or TABS alarms using network bandwidth instead of expensive dedicated copper. The power of the Net Mediator is only limited by your imagination.
|Protocols:||SNMP and TBOS|
|Analog Inputs:||8 standard or 16 D-Wire sensors|
|Analog Input Range:||-70 to 94 VDC or 4 to 20 mA|
|Analog Accuracy:||+/- 1% of actual value|
|Max Voltage:||60 VDC/120 VAC|
|Max Current:||1 Amp, AC/DC|
|Interface:||4 RS-422/RS-485 TBOS ports |
4 RS-232 serial reach-through ports
2 50-pin connectors
1 4-pin connector
1 RJ45 10BaseT Ethernet port
1 RJ11 POTS jack
1 DB9F craft port
|Visual Interface:||18 LEDs, LCD display|
|Dimensions:||1.75"H x 17"W x 12"D (4.5 cm x 43.2 cm x 30.5 cm)|
|Weight:||4 lbs. 3 oz. (1.9 kg)|
|Mounting:||19" or 23" rack|
|Power Input:||+24 VDC|
|Current Draw:||200 mA|
|Fuse:||0.75 Amp GMT|
|Operating Temperature:||32 to 140 degrees F (0 to 60 degrees C)|
|Operating Humidity:||0%-95% noncondensing|
The NetMediator-T2S can be used to collect legacy TBOS or TABS alarms using network bandwidth instead of expensive dedicated copper. The power of the Net Mediator is only limited by your imagination.Find temperature, humidity, and many other
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