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COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)

SKU: COM3000-SNMP
Weight: 4 lbs
Brand: SCT
Cost effective SNMP monitoring for devices or facilities
The COM3000 is a rugged remote monitoring and facility security appliance that provides event updates and alarm notifications via SNMP. The COM3000 is a unique blend of IP networking, Digital, and Analog I/O, RS232 and RS485 serial device servers and Wiegand card-reader interfaces, all combined in a simple, easy-to-use, cost-effective remote monitoring appliance.
What is SNMP?
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a popular protocol for network management. It is used for collecting information from, and configuring, network devices, such as servers, printers, hubs, switches, and routers on an Internet Protocol (IP) network.
The COM3000-SNMP provides an embedded SNMP agent that monitors the status of digital inputs, analog inputs, and Wiegand card reader inputs and reports status and event updates to any third-party SNMP management software. Examples of SNMP software includes such well known applications as:
By choosing the COM3000-SNMP, you are choosing a pre-integrated SNMP hardware appliance ready for communicating with your existing Network Management System (NMS). All the hard work of integrating a device with the communications network and back end are done. Simply select the inputs you want to monitor, and you are ready to deploy. There is no faster way to make your SNMP monitoring solution a reality.
The COM3000-SNMP is also available as an integrated solution, including NEMA-4 rated outdoor enclosure, 12vdc 5aH battery, AC power supply/battery charger, and easy-termination terminal blocks. Wireless cellular modem or 802.11 wireless radio is available separately. More information on the fully integrated COM3000-SNMP remote monitoring solution is available here.
PRODUCT SHIPMENT NOTES:

This product uses DC power and does not ship with a power supply, serial or Ethernet cables.

If you need a power supply, you can order the following optional item:

If you need a serial cable, you can order from the following optional selections:

If you need an Ethernet cable, you can order from the following optional selections:

The product ships with programming software and electronic documentation.
Documentation and downloads are available from the SCT support section of the website.
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COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
COM3000-SNMP (Remote Monitoring Appliance for SNMP Networks)
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Product Details
  • Overview
  • Features & Specifications
  • Configuration
  • Case Studies
  • Documentation & Downloads

The Power of SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a popular network management tool. Traditionally used to gather statistics for network management and capacity planning, today SNMP is the most widely used network management protocol on IP-based networks. It allows network administrators to manage network devices such as workstations, servers, routers, switches, and wireless access points, but because of its extensive support, SNMP use has expanded into many other areas, including network and site security, remote alarming, access control, and outage notification.

The Ultimate in Flexibility
The COM3000 SNMP provides you with flexibility like no other SNMP alarm appliance. While many devices supports both status NMS polling and Trap messages, the COM3000 does that, and so much more.

First - to provide for maximum NMS integration flexibility, the COM3000 supports alarm traps being sent as Variable Bindings or as customizable ASCII Display Strings.

The COM3000 also allows each individual system event and input alarm to have its own configurable event name, alarm type, alarm category, alarm severity, alarm number, trap type, and message text. It also provides the ability to design your own unique Trap Message Format, giving you total control of the selection and order of the alarm values. The combination of selectable Trap types, customized message payloads, and unique Trap message formats puts you in total control of how events are presented, providing SNMP message customization capabilities far beyond those of other SNMP alarm appliances. This makes the COM3000 the perfect appliance for integrating alarm events into your existing Network Management System processes.

Broad Applications
With the ability to provide customizable SNMP message events and legacy device connectivity over any network, the COM3000 is a perfect fit for a variety of remote monitoring applications, including:

  • Agriculture

  • Construction Site Monitoring

  • Energy Management Systems

  • Environmental Monitoring

  • Generator Monitoring

  • Homeland Security/Public Safety

  • Hotel and Hospitality

  • Intelligent Transportation

  • IT & Network Monitoring

  • Medical Facilities & Systems

  • Remote Power Generation

  • Renewable Energy

  • Restaurant and Food Supply

  • Retail Application

  • Security & Access Control

  • Telecommunications

  • Television & Radio Broadcast Systems

  • Tower & Lighting Systems

  • Utility Services

  • Water and Wastewater

  • Wireless Network Operations


Device Specifications
Interfaces

(1) Modem Port:

  • RS232 DB9 Male (DTE)
  • Baud: 9600 - 115200 Kbps
  • Data Bits: 8
  • Parity: None
  • Data Bits: 1
  • Flow Control: Hardware, None

(1) Terminal Port:

  • RS232 DB9 Female (DCE)
  • Baud: 9600 - 115200 Kbps
  • Data Bits: 8
  • Parity: None
  • Data Bits: 1
  • Flow Control: Hardware, None

(1) RS485 Port:

  • RS485 3-wire Terminal Block
  • Baud: 9600 - 115200 Kbps
Network Interfaces
  • (1) Ethernet Port
  • RJ45 10/100 Base T
Cellular Communications Support (Supported via externally attached modems)
  • SMS
  • GSM / GPRS / EDGE
  • CDMA / 1xRTT / EvDO (Rev A)
Digital Inputs
  • (12) Optically Isolated Digital Inputs
  • (4) Additional available by converting Analog Inputs 1-4
  • 5VDC sourcing
  • Internal 1KOhm resistor
  • 3.5V Open
Analog Inputs
  • (4) 4-20mA or 0-30VDC Jumper Selected
  • (4) Additional available by converting Digital Inputs 9-12
  • Resolution: 10-bit
  • Accuracy:
  • 0.03 % of FS @ 25C
  • 0.15 % of FS @ -40 -+85C
Relay Outputs
  • (2) SPDT Relay outputs
  • (2) Removable 3-pin phoenix-style terminal connectors
  • Contacts include: Normally Open (NO), Common (C), and Normally Closed (NC)
  • Contacts are non-latching with for simple application such as power failure indication
  • Rating: 1 Amp at 120 VAC / 2 Amps at 24 VDC
LEDs
  • Power
  • PPP
  • Serial TX/RX
  • Alarm Event Report
  • RJ45 Link/Activity/Collision
CPU
  • PICC Microcontroller with RTC
  • Special power circuit design to acheive low power sleep mode operation
Real Time Clock
  • Yes
  • Synched via NTP
Power Input
  • Removable 2-pin phoenix-style terminal connector
  • 9-30 VDC
Power Management
  • Typical Draw: ~300mA @12VDC
Environmental
  • Operating Temp: - 40C to +70C
  • Humidity: 595% Non-condensing
Physical Dimenstions
  • 1.4 x 7.25 x 6.5 (H x W x D)
Weight
  • ~ 48 oz (3 lbs)
Enclosure
  • 18 GA CRS
Protocol
  • Ethernet, IP, UDP, TCP, NTP, PPP, DNS, ICMP
  • SNMPv1
  • Proprietary ASCII AT Commands for configuration
Configuration
  • Terminal / Telnet Interface
  • AT Commands
  • MS Windows® Utility
  • SNMP NMS

COM3000-SNMP Configuration Utility
This COM3000-SNMP Configuration Utility provides the ability to configure the device name, location, network configuration parameters, date and time, as well as the trap and message parameters for each digital input analog input, card reader interface and relay output. Configuration is done using simple drop-down menus and text input boxes. No programming skills are required.
MAIN WINDOW
Main Screen
DEVICE STATUS WINDOW
Main Screen

No public case studies are available at this time.
Please contact our sales team for references or other information.



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