Remote Alarm Monitoring Units For Small, Medium, And Large Sites

Find the right Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU) for monitoring your small, medium, and large remote sites ...

Small RTUs: Select a small remote alarm unit like the NetGuardian 216 for cell towers, remote huts, or enclosed cabinets (16 discrete alarms, 2 analog alarms, SNMP) Medium RTUs: Select a medium remote alarm unit like the NetGuardian 832A for remote switches (32 discrete alarms, expandable to 176 discrete inputs, 32 ping alarms, 8 analog alarms, 8 control relays, 8 serial terminal server ports, SNMP) Large RTUs: For central offices or regional hubs, select a large remote alarm 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)

Select an option below to find the right capacity remote alarm monitoring unit for your small, medium, or large site ...

Remote alarm monitoring for small sites
NetGuardian 216
Small RTU
Remote alarm monitoring for medium sites
NetGuardian 832A
Medium RTU
Remote alarm monitoring for large sites
Advanced Telemetry System
Large RTU
NetGuardian 216 product details NetGuardian 832A product details Advanced Telemetry System product details

Plus remote alarm monitoring unit expansion options, multiprotocol support, and extra features to meet any remote alarm monitoring need ...

  • Multiprotocol support: SNMP, TL1, E2A, TBOS, plus remote site protocol mediation options
  • 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
  • High-capacity expansion options: modular systems for monitoring up to 5,664 discrete alarm points

Choose from a broad selection of remote alarm monitoring units for small, medium, and large sites ...

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Advanced remote alarm monitoring units feature ...

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

View and acknowledge alarms on your remote alarm monitoring unit ... no master needed

  • Web browser interface: Access your telecom monitoring equipment 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
  • E-mail alarm notifications: E-mail alarm notifications direct from your telecom monitoring equipment create an automatic alarm history record, and keep supervisors informed of remote site problems
  • Pager alarm notifications: Pager alarm notifications direct from your telecom monitoring equipment let field techs respond to alarms in the field, speeding repairs and reducing windshield time. Pager-capable telecom monitoring equipment is perfect for after-hours monitoring

Plus remote alarm monitoring units with protocol mediation functions ...

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

SNMP, TL1, and E2A remote alarm monitoring units

Find telecom monitoring equipment to mediate alarms from ...

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

...to SNMP, TL1, or E2A

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

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Option 3: Remote alarm monitoring units for large sites

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