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Monitor via Dial-up in a Protected NEMA Case and with Battery Backup using NetDog

Monitor via Dial-up in a Protected NEMA Case and with Battery Backup using NetDog
Monitor via Dial-up in a Protected NEMA Case and with Battery Backup using NetDog

How This Application Works:

Equipment Used:

This application addresses your need for alarm monitoring solution without the drawbacks of copper loop polling.

The system includes a NEMA 4x corrosion resistant case, power supply, dual 12vdc, 12AH batteries and the NetDog 82IP. This robust configuration allows the monitoring to take place in dirty environments and maintain visibility during power failures (while it runs from battery).

The NetDog monitors up to 8 discrete alarms and report them over dial up phone line to your T/Mon NOC system. If, in the future, you deploy LAN to the sites, the NetDog can be reprovisioned to report alarms to the NOC over the new transport.

Our standard Warranty is 2 years on the NetDog.

Nema Cases

Many industries around the world use sensitive electronic equipment to help monitor their networks. The problem with this is that these devices can be susceptible environmental factors such as water, dust, and shock. In order to ensure that no gear is damaged and any outages are experienced, many companies began to manufacture protective cases. In order to make it easy to compare the relative strengths and tolerances of various equipment, a standard of measurement called NEMA Ratings came to be.

The National Electronics Manufacturers Association came up with a system of ratings. These are typically known as NEMA Ratings. Similar to the IEC IP codes, NEMA Ratings are intended to create a simple standard for all enclosures for electronic equipment.

With electronic devices in a wide range of atmospheres, these ratings can go all the way from simple enclosures to avoid indirect contact with harmful environmental elements. While the higher rated cases can protect against caustic substances, strong impacts, or even total submersion.