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Newmar: Powering the Network
Newmar offers and extensive line of DC power products with an earned reputation of high reliability and quality in powering wireless networks in Land Mobile, Cellular Broadband and Microwave networks.
Always rely on Newmar charger, Mobile DC UPS's, Panels and Meters.
Featured product: Site Power Monitor
Web-enable and integrate intelligence to any site’s AC and DC power system for 24/7 monitoring, alarm condition notification, and data logging of vital electrical functions. All programmable, accessible, and managed via the Internet: TCIP or SNMP. View current conditions and log 30 day history of DC and AC power status at remote sites before dispatching personnel.
The Site Power Monitor is designed specifically for monitoring power supplies, rectifiers, batteries, converters, inverters, UPS, distribution panels, and AC power at communication sites, base stations, outdoor enclosures, and command vehicles via Ethernet or Wireless connection. The palm sized unit can be rack, DIN-rail, or wall mounted and is easily adapted to virtually any make of power system via nine sensor input ports which capture and stream critical data via the internet for analysis and logging of site history. Web page based programs are easily user configured for site parameters with up to 50 desired alarm conditions settings and multiple automatic notification options by e-mail, PDA, and mobile phone.
Sites without internet access can use the monitor solely as a data logger that captures and retains 30 days' data, ready for download to lap top for site history file and analysis of component performance and failure conditions.
Configure Rack Power System in 9 Simple Steps
These 9 simple steps will enable you to configure your network or communication site Rack Power System (RPS) questions by defining your system parameters and distributor preference.
Rack width? 19” or 23”
Input voltage? 115 or 230 VAC
Output voltage? 12, 24 or 48 VDC, or 115/230 VAC
Load/output in amps or watts?
Redundant rectifiers? Yes or no
Number of output loads routed through distribution panel
Battery back-up? If yes, for how long?
Contact one of Hutton's Wireless Experts to configure your power solution