The Model 1570 SentriData is the
state-of-the-art ASCII data alarm system from Zetron. The user
connects the SentriData to a process control computer or other
intelligent device, typically through the logging printer port. When
the SentriData detects a selected string, it sends alerts to a
prioritized list of contacts.
At least some aspect of most organizations operate continuously. There are usually procedures for handling unexpected situations and emergencies. Some organizations have a security person on duty tasked with logging events and calling a contact list in case of defined emergencies. Other organizations use monitoring equipment that does the same functions. There are a few problems with these procedures:
Degrees of Urgency �
Personnel Issues �
Reprogramming Monitoring Systems
Flexibility of Alarming Options �
Zetron�s SentriData is a solution to
achieve flexible alarming. A user runs the SentriData Configuration
Utility to set the keyword strings and the associated priority call
list. The Configuration �. This Utility runs on a PC with Microsoft
Windows software program creates a file, which the local operator
downloads into the SentriData over an RS-232 cable.
Application Connection Options
The purpose of the SentriData is to connect to intelligent equipment and act as the �sentry� to monitor for pre-selected messages and alert appropriate personnel. Many applications have a logging printer that records all activity. The SentriData operates along with a logging printer, physically connecting using an RS-232 interface, an RS-485 interface, or in series with an IEEE 1284-compatible printer port.
The SentriData actively monitors many strings simultaneously. The system can monitor a variable number of strings depending on length. Each string may have its own contact list. The SentriData also has the ability to monitor for an unusual period of inactivity.
Alarm Communication Options
Every keyword has its own discrete
calling priority list. Each contact in the priority list can have
their preferred contact method with separate lists for regular
workdays and holidays.
The SentriData includes an audible alert and a flashing LED to alert local personnel. The configuration could allow these personnel to acknowledge the alert by pressing the acknowledgment button located on the front panel.
|EIA standards for Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Compliant with FCC Part 15 for Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) Compliant with FCC Part 68 and IC for Telephone Interfaces.|
|The hardware is to be rack mounted in a 19" rack.|
|Size||19" x 7.25" x 1.75"|
|Temperature||0 to 70 degrees C|
|Weight||approximately 3 pounds|
|POWER||10.5-16VDC or 9VAC|
|LED indicators of unit status: Alerting, Receiving Data, and Power|
|Telephone Interface with Modem||RJ-11 connector
Ringer equivalents 1.2B
Automatic line seizure
|PTT Output relay to ground||< 300 mA max
Normally open or closed position
|Output level||50 mV to 3 Vpp
Adjustable with two gain ranges
� Flat audio in and flat audio out
� COR adjustable from 0.1 to 4.5VDC
|< 700 ohm at 1 kHz|
|Paging options||Two-Tone, POCSAG and 5/6
Local monitor and control
RS-232 configuration port
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