ITC2800

A strong backbone for your alerting network

The Intelligent Transceiver Controller 2800 is the digital alarm converter that impresses with both security against failures and the energy efficiency of the latest generation.

What makes the ITC2800 different?

  • Modular design for best adaptability to individual requirements
  • Many practical functionalities (outside confirmation, status display, etc.)
  • Installation in 19-inch rack (3U)
  • Extensive log data with comprehensive filter options

As digital alarm converters, the product types of the ITC product series form the backbone of the highly available Swissphone alerting networks. The independence from third-party networks ensures reliable and fail-safe two-way communication between the operations control centre and the individual base stations. In combination with the digital alarm transmitter (PNC) , which supports a wide range of network configurations, a wide variety of network topologies can be implemented with the ITC base stations.

As the hardware “backbone” of the alarm system, the ITC is designed for maximum reliability. This not only ensures 100% availability of the entire alarming solution, but also investment security due to the long service life and downward compatibility of the ITC series.

The intelligent PS19 power supply unit creates the conditions for energy-saving 24/7/365 operation of the ITC2800 – especially in phases without high mains traffic. In addition, the power supply unit continuously monitors the power and emergency power supply.

Depending on the version, the ITC offers up to 7 digital inputs and 8 outputs. This makes it ideal for current and future IoT applications. The optional LTE modem enables over-the-air updates and remote access.

Configuration is done via a web user interface, on-site or remotely.

All hardware modules have a compact 3U design and fit into a 19″ rack.

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