Broadcast Tools Site Sentinel 4


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Broadcast Tools Site Sentinel 4

Web-based site remote control

The Site Sentinel 4 provides a one third-rack device for Web-based site remote control. Each analog (metering), status/logic, stereo silence sensor, temperature sensor (probe optional), power failure inputs, along with all relays can be controlled and/or monitored over any IP network. Users can operate the product using a Web browser or Web-enabled mobile device, while e-mail notification may be configured to alert up to four recipients when alarms are detected. It is equipped with four buffered high-resolution 10V metering (analog) channels, while each of the four optically isolated status/logic channels may be configured for 5 to 24Vdc wet or dry (contact closures) status/logic monitoring. The four control channels are equipped with independent SPST one-amp relays and may be latched on, off or pulsed with user configured timing along with user programmable event action sequences.
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