The NetGuardian 216 F is a powerful, LAN-based, fiber-supported RTU with all the versatility you expect from a NetrGuardian. With 2 SFP fiber ports, LAN access for 7 network elements, options for temperature and battery monitoring, and VLAN support, the NetGuardian 216F makes a great monitoring solution for areas without existing LAN.
16 discrete alarms, 16 ping alarms, 8 analog alarms (4 general, 2 temp & 2 batt), and 2 controls. 2 SFP Fiber Ports (1000Base-X). Reports alarms via SNMPv1, v2c Informs,and SNMPv3. Integrated 10/100/1000BaseT Ethernet switch. Provide connectivity to far-end devices. New! VLAN support - make your 216F and joined devices talk to the right components in your network without installing a separate router. Industrial temperature rating to withstand extreme conditions. Supports temp and battery monitoring. Supports Building Access System (BAS). Web interface to monitor without a master. AC or DC power. Firmware upgradeable via LAN. Expandable discrete alarms and controls via NetGuardian DX Expansion units. RoHS 5 approved, for overseas clients requiring RoHS compliant units. E-mail and pager alerts. Free lifetime firmware upgrades. Includes Windows-based editor for off-site editing and remote provisioning via LAN.
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