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TSM-2000 Site Monitor
The TSM2000 Basic System has been designed to offer the most secure and feature rich solution for tower site monitoring and access on the market. The Basic System transmits real-time alarms via any of the back haul options to a central monitor or can dial up to four alpha numeric pager numbers. .
The Basic System monitors up to 16 different alarm conditions initiated from dry contact closures. With the ability to add options such as card access for site entry, light control, analog to digital converters for absolute readings, 24 hour back up and more, Hark's solution towers above others.
16 Digital Inputs for Monitoring Alarm Conditions
16 Digital Outputs for Controlling Equipment
Report Alarms via Modem to Central Computer
Dial up to Four Alpha Numeric Pager Numbers
Report Specific Site Name and Alarm Condition
System can be Dialed Remotely for Diagnostics, to Confirm Alarm Status, and Update Software.
Temperature Range: 0-70 C
Power Requirements: 120VAC, 1 Amp.
Dimensions: 18 1/2" x 17 1/2" x 7"
Approximate Shipping Weight: 30 lbs.
Card Access Option
The Card Access Option allows site owners / managers to control all access to all sites. The expense of re-keying is eliminated. One card may be issued for entry into one site or multiple sites. Cards may be activated and deactivated remotely offering complete site access security. The proximity card reader provides a more stable and weatherproof environment than "swipe" technology. The ability to keep detailed logs of who has entered with the date and time proves invaluable when sites are being shared by one or more companies.
Card Access System Feature
Proximity Card Head Reader
10 Access Cards per System Included
16 Doors and 150 Card Capacity per System
Temporary Access May Be Optioned by Temporary Code or Remote Buzz-In
Key Chain or Fob or Credit Card Size Cards Available
One Card Can Access Multiple Sites
All Entries, Date, and Times Can Be Stored and Reports Generated.
Card Access System Benefits
Proximity card reader is weather proof unlike "swipe" technology
The cards that are issued are as thin as a credit card and can be pinned to a shirt enabling someone to enter a door while carrying equipment. The key chain fob allows you to have access readily available.
Cards can be programmed for one site or hundreds of sites so personnel responsible for multiple sites no longer have to keep track of multiple keys.
The ability to deactivate a card remotely gives the tower site owner / operator the security of knowing they don't have to recover a key or worry that a key has been duplicated if an employee was working temporarily or terminated.
Detailed logs of entries that include date, time, and number of who has entered a site prove invaluable to sites with multiple companies sharing space. In a shared site, knowing who has entered and what cabinets have been opened offers added security to tenants.
The use of non-OEM parts or modifications to original equipment design will void the manufacturer warranty and could invalidate the assurance of complying with FAA requirements as published in Advisory Circular 150/5345-43.