NetMediator RTD G5: The Intelligent RTU


NetMediator RTD G5
The NetMediator RDT G5 - The Intelligent RTU for Complete Site Management

The NetMediator RTD G5 is a powerful, compact alarm collector that provides network managers with remote visibility of their IP network elements. With 32 ping alarms, 32 discrete alarms, 8 analog inputs and 8 controls, this versatile unit will give you vision of your entire network. And with redundant network connectivity, you will have a backup means of reporting.

With the NetMediator RTD G5 you can:

  • Monitor 32 discrete alarms, 32 ping alarms, and 8 analog alarms.
  • Expand analog coverage to 72 sensors with RTD 32 DX units.
  • Control remote site equipment via 8 terminal server ports and 8 control relays.
  • Set threshold groups and derive relay actions based on analog threshold alarms.
  • Monitor your remote site from anywhere using the NetMediator's built-in Web Browser Interface.
  • Report alarms to multiple SNMP managers or the T/Mon Alarm Monitoring System.
  • Report alarms via LAN or dial-up connection.
  • Automatically send pager and email alarm notifications 24/7.
  • Connect multiple concurrent users via Telnet over LAN to telecom switches, servers, radios, PBXs and other equipment.
  • Ping IP network devices and verify that they're online and operating.
  • Configure redundant LAN connectivity, to ensure reporting even if the primary LAN path fails.

Applications

RTD Expansion Diagram

The NetMediator RTD has built-in intelligence for specialized analog monitoring and response. Imagine you have a site in a cold climate. When interior heat rises, you can open a vent to release hot air. The NetMediator RTD can be programmed with a threshold temperature (ex. 82 degrees F). When that threshold is reached, the RTD will latch a control relay. In this example, you have that relay wired to your vent controller. The vent, therefore, opens at the proper moment. It will close again when temperatures drop to another defined level.

That's just one example. The RTD is intentionally flexible so that you can use it creatively.


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