DC Distribution Remote Monitoring provides a big benefit by allowing remote troubleshooting of DC radios, repeaters, RF amplifiers, or other device. Users can remotely monitor load conditions at the panel over the internet using the built-in web server and the graphical user interface. The panel can send text or email alerts if a fault occurs.
Users and managers can remotely power each individual output on and off over the I.P. connection. This means that connected loads such as radios or repeaters can be shut down remotely, or power cycled on and off in order to reboot themselves. This saves time and money by avoiding unnecessary site visits, or solving a problem for sites that are hard to reach.
Standard, Intelligent and Broadband DC load distribution panels featuring I.P. enabled models for remote monitoring and remote power control.
ICT Distribution Series 2 is a family of fused DC load distribution panels that allow multiple radios, RF amplifiers, repeaters, or other devices to be powered from a single high current power source.
Every model is 1RU high, with twelve outputs and a high current rating. Fuses are mounted on the front for easy monitoring and replacement.
The Standard and Intelligent models are for 12 and 24VDC applications and use ATO and MAXI type fuses, and the Broadband model, specifically designed for -48VDC, uses GMT fuses.
200 Amp Dual Bus Breaker and Fuse DC Load Distribution Panels.
The ICT Distribution Series 3 are DC load distribution panels that provide dual-bus architecture with a 200 amp peak load rating. Each bus provides 6 outputs and supports 100 amps peak.
They are available in Standard models or Intelligent fully managed versions that include TCP/IP for DC distributions remote monitoring management and power-cycling using HTML or SNMP.
The Distribution Series 3 from ICT provides an extremely cost-effective approach to providing dual-bus capability with unmanaged or fully managed TCP/IP models, and a choice of fuse or breaker protection of the outputs.
ICT Distribution Series 3 is ideal if you:
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Dual Bus Fuse o r Breaker DC Load Distribution Panels
|200A Peak System Current (100A per Bus)||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|6 Outputs per Bus – 25A Max Each||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|3 Year Warranty||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|Supports 12, 24 and 48VDC ⁽ᵃ⁾ ⁽ᵇ⁾||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|Supports Mixed Voltages Simultaneously||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|Supports Mixed Polarities Simultaneously||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|Independent Bus A and Bus B Form C Remote Alarm Contacts||🗸||🗸||🗸||🗸|
|Uses High Quality Hydraulic/ Magnetic Circuit Breakers⁽ᵃ⁾||🗸⁽ᵃ⁾||🗸⁽ᵃ⁾|
|Uses 80VDC Rated FKS ATO or 32VDC Rated Standard ATO Blade Fuses ⁽ᵇ⁾||🗸⁽ᵇ⁾||🗸⁽ᵇ⁾|
|TCP/IP Monitoring, Reporting and Output Power Control||🗸||🗸|
|5 Digital Site Monitoring Contacts||🗸||🗸|
|HTML and SNMP v1/v2c||🗸||🗸|
|Auto Restore Mode||🗸||🗸|
|System Level Voltage and Current
|Individual Output Level Current Alarm Reporting||🗸||🗸|
|System Level Load-Shed Adjustments||🗸||🗸|
|Individual Output Level Load Shed
|Network Watchdog Auto-Ping||🗸||🗸|
⁽ᵃ⁾Hydraulic/magnetic breakers are rated up to 65 VDC and are safe to use in 12, 24 or 48VDC nominal environments. Panels ship with blanking plates installed. Breakers must be ordered separately.
⁽ᵇ⁾ Always use 80VDC rated FKS ATO fuses when operating over 32VDC. Standard ATO fuses can be used when operating at 12 or 24 VDC nominal. Panels ship with 12 FKS/ATO 15A rated fuses installed.
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