T1 Monitor

T1 Monitor
Monitor your T1 signals using the T1 Monitor.

The T1 Monitor provides unobtrusive monitoring of T1 signals. This unit reports error conditions (via LAN) that are detected in either direction. With support for two channels of T1 (with the option for up to four potentially available), you'll be capable of adequately monitor your T1 lines.

Communication or error conditions include the following types of alarms:

Error notifications can be configured to send via SNMP and/or email. The unit also features LEDs, to provide local visibility of error conditions.

The T1 cable terminates on the unit using RJ48 connectors and supports built-in cross over of transmit and receive signals between RJ connectors to facilitate cabling. The unit is provisioned and managed via an easy-to-use web browser.

Note: This unit requires a minimum order.

Full Specifications

T1 Monitor
The T1 Monitor back panel.
Full Specifications
Alarms: Two Channel Monitor.
Interfaces: 4 RJ48 ports.
1 10BaseT half-duplex LAN port.
1 DB9 Craft port.
Power Input: Dual +24 VDC.
Fuse: 3/4 Amp GMT.
Visual Interface: LCD Display (optional).
2 Front panel LEDs.
14 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.

Call 1-800-622-3314 or email sales@dpstele.com. You can also send a message to Mac Smith using the quick form below.

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