ETM Delta Black- 4G auto alarm dialer is designed for demanding industrial applications requiring status monitoring functionality or IO for alarm , control or logging projects .
Delta Black is an Industrial IoT edge device designed to work in the cloud with SCADA systems or via simple user-friendly SMS commands. The SMS Alarm functionality allows for any external input type, Analogue, Digital or Pulse, to trigger an SMS alarm to any mobile phone number. The configuration of the inputs allows the end user to trigger an Alarm or Event with specific control, like when an event first starts to occur (rising edge) or when the event stops (falling edge) or trigger an SMS once only within a defined period, when the event starts.
This gives the user enormous control over the meaning of each SMS as well as control of the costs attributed to SMS. The User can define the message that goes with each Alarm or Event and can loop the external input to trigger the internal Relay Output to control an external asset whilst issuing the SMS.
Cloud/Automated Data Logging
In addition to providing simple 4G SMS Alarm Sending functionality ETM Deltablack can send data from IO’s or external devices, such as Modbus sensors to a web based data logging and control platform, IoTConx , thereby enabling a fully automated data logging and control solutions. IoTConx provides additional SMS slots (10+) for more numbers to be SMS’ed to and Email messaging is also available. A full history of all Alarms and Events is logged, stored and downloadable in XL or CSV format. The User can change the SMS numbers or Email addresses and messages online to ensure the correct information is sent to the correct personnel, every time.
Key Application of 4G Auto Alarm Dialer:
With multiple I/O channels, wide operating supply voltage, DIN-rail mount and integrated RS232 modem, DeltaBlack is the ideal solution for a wide range of industrial applications like:
- Electrical or water metering
- General SMS alarm dialer requirements
- Fire Panels
- Tank Measurements
- Data Center Monitoring