Broadcast Tools I/O Sentinel 4
Ethernet-based data acquisition
The I/O Sentinel 4 is an Ethernet-based data acquisition device with four optically-isolated status (logic) inputs and four programmable SPDT relays. Each status input and all relays can be controlled and/or monitored over any IP network including private networks, IP-based industrial control network and the Internet. 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. The user may also enable a sound effect to play on the monitoring PC when an alarm is generated. SNMP capabilities also allow multiple units to be monitored with any SMNP manager software package.
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