The Silent Sentry is an integrated SMS module for of Data Reporting and Alarm Monitoring capable of a wide range of input types, Modbus, sending SMS Alarms and status messages ia automated upon detection of an alarm, conditions monitoring can be as simple a as polling by SMS.
Typically any operation can be extended outside of the control room or remote site simple by connecting the Silent Sentry to analog/digital inputs or PLC/DCS/SCADA.
Users can monitor and control processes through its unique message features. 3G HSDPA/UMTS NextG WCDMA/GSM (Australia).
The Omniflex Silent Sentry is equipped with 12 direct Binary or Analogue Inputs, plus a Modbus port allowing alarms from a variety of sources to be monitored.
An optional Ethernet port allows connection to DCS, PLC or SCADA systems through Modbus/TCP. Up to 64 different SMS messages can be sent.
The Silent Sentry can be configured for up to 10 SMS message recipients, each in one of three escalating priority groups. This allows messages to be sent to a selected group of recipients, and if not acknowledged within a set time, then sent to the second group of recipients, and if still not acknowledged, then sent to the third group of recipients.
The addition of a regular update message capability ensures the ability of the Silent Sentry to react to alarms when they occur. The Silent Sentry is easily configurable by the user, using
the free Omniset configuration software. Using Omniset PRO, the Silent Sentry can even be configured remotely over the GSM/CDMA network. The Silent Sentry can be connected to your existing alarm annunciator systems, and can even be used to remotely acknowledge alarms using your mobile phone.
Typical Applications for the SMS Teleterm Silent Sentry Remote Process Alarm Monitor include:
Meter Reading from remote flow meters
Remote Site Monitoring - Power - Water - Gas - Enviroment - Analytical
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