Operate Remote Site Equipment From Your NOC or Any Web Browser
Control Remote Site Equipment From Anywhere on Your Network
You should never have to travel miles to a remote site just to turn a switch. Remote control of equipment at your remote sites saves you expensive windshield time, and allows you to respond instantly to on-site problems.
Use Your Web Browser to Connect Directly to Your Remote Sites
In this application, a remote telemetry unit can accept control commands from two sources. Personnel at the NOC can send control commands from the master to the RTU. Additionally, this advanced remote has a web browser interface for stand-alone monitoring and control. From any computer in your network, you can directly access the RTU and issue commands to control remote-site equipment. Because the RTU is password protected and maintains individual security permissions for each authorized user, the RTU is secure from outside interference.
You can also configure this advanced remote to automatically operate control relays when certain defined alarm conditions occur, for an instant and always-ready response to emergencies.
What Do You Want Your Alarm Collection Device To Do?
- Monitor Discrete, Analog, and Ping Alarms
- Report Alarms in the Protocol of Your Choice
- Filter Nuisance Alarms
- Provide Stand-Alone Monitoring and Automatically Dispatch Repair Personnel
- Provide Alarm Monitoring Capacity That's Exactly Right for Your Sites
- Link Remote Sites to Central Offices Using LAN or Dial-Up
- Mediate Alarm Inputs Between Different Protocols
- Report Alarms Over a T1 Connection
How Are Other Companies Using Alarm Collection Devices?
- EATEL keeps their customers happy with fast network outage response times
- RT Communications Uses the NetGuardian & IAM to Bring Network Monitoring In-House
- New York City Transit's $141 million project to create an ATM/SONET network for the 21st century
- In-house monitoring improves reliability at Triangle Communications Inc.