Quest Controls Launches TELESEC MINI Remote Monitoring System

Quest Controls has launched an alarm-monitoring system named TELESEC MINI that can be used in tiny remote fields, shelters, cabinets, OTNs, and computer and data centers.

The system reduces the number of visits to tiny remote sites and so removes downtime by operating as a pre warning system. It is easy to commission and program and offers visibility to remote sites concurrently.

Quest Controls's TELSEC MINI

The system can be installed anywhere in an OTN or cabinet. The power requirement for the system is 24-48VDC and it can observe up to six universal inputs that include fire/smoke, intrusion, DC Plant alarms, temperature, commercial power fail, humidity, HVAC and other device failures. These inputs recognize digital contacts or any 4-20mA or 0-5 VDC sensors. An extra input is provided to observe trending and voltage fluctuation from incoming power stations for low and high voltage alarms.

The system has two digital outputs that transport alarm signals via the overhead to a local annunciator or alarm center and offers SNMP traps and messages via ethernet rear to an alarm center. It has an in-built web server to offer alarm information via email that allows the user to monitor the remote site or cabinet from any maintenance or alarm center. Using a web browser, the system can be automated effortlessly in the site and can be tailor-made to fulfill demands of the end users.


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