Select A Remote Terminal For Small, Medium, And Large Sites

Find the right remote terminal for your small, medium, and large sites ...

  • Large RTU: Select a large remote telemetry unit like the modular Advanced Telemetry System (scalable from 96 to 1,824 discrete alarms, 48 to 864 analog alarms, 32 to 576 controls, SNMP or TL1)
  • Medium RTU: Select a medium remote telemetry unit like the NetGuardian 832A (32 discrete alarms, expandable to 176 discrete inputs, 32 ping alarms, 8 analog alarms, 8 control relays, 8 serial terminal server ports, SNMP)
  • Small RTU: Select a small remote telemetry unit (RTU) like the NetGuardian 216: (16 discrete alarms, 2 analog alarms, SNMP)

Select an option below to find the right capacity remote terminal:

Advanced Telemetry System product details NetGuardian 832A product details NetGuardian 216 product details
Advanced Telemetry System - Large remote monitor
Advanced Telemetry System
Large remote terminal

NetGuardian 832A - Medium remote monitor
NetGuardian 832A
Medium remote terminal

NetGuardian 216 - Small remote monitor
NetGuardian 216
Small remote terminal

Plus remote terminal expansion options, multiprotocol support, and extra features to meet any needs ...

Multiprotocol support: SNMP, TL1, E2A, TBOS, plus remote site protocol mediation options High-capacity expansion options: modular systems for monitoring up to 5,664 discrete alarm points Extra features: LAN, serial or dial-up connectivity, alternate back-up path reporting, terminal server functionality, stand-alone Web browser access, built-in paging, and more

Choose from a broad selection of remote terminals for small, medium, and large sites ...

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Advanced remote terminal features

  • Terminal server functionality: An RTU with reach-through serial ports gives convenient LAN remote access to control and configure switches, routers, and PBXs
  • Automatic control echoing: RTUs that can automatically issue control relay commands in response to alarm inputs. Switch on generators, open doors, cycle power, and many other applications
  • Nuisance alarm filtering: RTUs with timed alarm qualifications filter out momentary alarms and oscillating conditions, eliminating tiresome distractions
  • Alternate dial-up path reporting: Support for both LAN and dial-up connections gives RTUs an alternate reporting path in case of network failures, or you can gradually migrate your remote site monitoring from dial-up to LAN connection

View and acknowledge alarms on your remote terminal ... no master needed

  • Pager alarm notifications: Pager alarm notifications direct from your RTU let field techs respond to alarms in the field, speeding repairs and reducing windshield time. Pager-capable RTUs are perfect for after-hours monitoring
  • E-mail alarm notifications: E-mail alarm notifications direct from your remote telemetry unit create an automatic alarm history record, and keep supervisors informed of remote site problems
  • Web browser interface: Access your remote telemetry unit from any computer at any location. You don't need a master to view and acknowledge alarms, and everyone knows how to use a web browser without specialized training

SNMP, TL1, and E2A remote telemetry units

Find an RTU to mediate alarms from ...

  • Battery plants, rectifiers, and generators
  • Switches, routers, servers, microwave radios, optical carriers
  • Temperature, humidity, and site security sensors

...to SNMP, TL1, or E2A

Plus remote terminals with protocol mediation functions ...

  • TBOS to SNMP
  • TABS to SNMP
  • TBOS to TL1
  • TABS to TL1

An Introduction to Remote Terminal Units

Select one of the options below to find the remote terminal that's exactly right for your network alarm monitoring needs...

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