Monitoring Systems

Monitoring Systems
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Monitoring Systems
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Monitoring Systems for Unimar FAA Obstruction Lighting Systems

The DM-900 and DM-32 Alarm Monitors are highly sophisticated stand alone products that deliver quality monitoring at a reasonable price.

The DM-900 has eight inputs that can be configured for contact closure or voltage alarms. These inputs can be configured as: Alarm, Event or Normal for both the Normally Closed and Normally Open conditions. Paging via alphanumeric labeling is used to simplify the reading and understanding of the reported alarms. The DM-900 has a built in photocell monitor that works with 110VAC photocells. It has selectable day/night alarm timers and logs when the photocell changes from day to night and back to day. The cabinet door is monitored and can be used to generate an alarm for quarterly tests or for tamper detection. When there is a power loss, an onboard circuit monitors the battery voltage disconnecting it before the voltage drops to low and causes damage to the backup battery.

The DM-32 Alarm Monitor can deliver alarms directly to an alphanumeric pager or a PC located at a Network Operations Center (NOC) when any standard POTS line is used. The DM-32 has thirty-two contact closure inputs for monitoring a variety of alarm conditions. These inputs can be configured as: Alarm, Event or Normal for both the Normally Closed and Normally Open conditions. There are eight control outputs that can be triggered by the alarm inputs. Paging via alphanumeric labeling is used to simplify the reading and understanding of the reported alarms.

The Unimar Serial Interface is a stand alone product which consists of a printed circuit board, hardware kit and software used for local and remote monitoring and control of Unimar obstruction lighting systems. The Serial Interface Board can be integrated into Unimar lighting systems locally via serial cable to PC or remotely via wireless gateway to PC using the Universal Digital Serial Interface and Graphic User Interface Application. The interface allows for alarm conditions to be custom set, viewed, logged and manually reset at anytime. Reports can also be generated.