ATM Manager

REMOTE monitoring and managing of the ATM room and control through continuous network access with the help ATM Manager, to monitor, measure, set and control of different parameters of ATM room like the wrong temperature setting, mains supply, light control and ACs failure.

Active Tile Controller

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Free Cooling Unit

Free cooling is an economic method of using low outside air temperature to cool the inside air of an equipment room. This helps in saving energy by reducing running time of Air conditioner fitted in the equipment room. The solution can be deployed for the telecom shelters with or without having provision for air conditioners.

Fan Control Unit

The unit works on 40-60Vdc. Specially designed to control & find out faults in a system which is continuously working for a longer duration at desired temperature. Temperature sensor connected to DIP switches monitors the temperature & raises an indication alarm during rise in temperature or in case of sensor failure.

Frequency Generator

A function generator is electronic test equipment or software used to generate different types of electrical waveforms over a wide range of frequencies. Some of the most common waveforms produced by the function generator are the sine, square, triangular and saw tooth shapes.

The output from a signal generator is a repeating waveform whose characteristics are set by the user. Signal generators can be used for research and development purposes, along with the servicing and repair of electronic equipment.

The signal generator is controlled using the Accolade's software.

IR Tester

The insulation resistance (IR) test (also commonly known as a Megger) is a spot insulation test. The measured resistance is intended to indicate the condition of the insulation or dieletric between two conductive parts, where the higher the resistance, the better the condition of the insulation. IR test is often used in the field as the final check of equipment insulation and also to confirm the reliability of the circuit and that there are no leakage currents from unintended faults in the wiring.

One of the advantages of the IR test is its non-destructive nature. DC voltages do not cause harmful and/or cumulative effects on insulation materials and provided the voltage is below the breakdown voltage of the insulation, does not deteriorate the insulation. IR test voltages are all well within the safe test voltage for most (if not all) insulation materials.