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1 Remote Monitoring and Control System for the Mobile Telecom Base Stations

2 The Tasks Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

3 Evaluation of Energy Consumption at the Base Station Installation Task 1 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

4 Measures the total energy consumed and its distribution to the Devices installed at the Base Station. It is necessary for making the best decision to reduce the energy and fuel demand. It is highly recommended before every attempt for energy optimization of the Mobile Telecom Base Station. Task 1 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

5 Environmental and Security Monitoring for all the rooms of the Base Station Temperature Relative Humidity Human Presence Smoke Detection Intrusion Detection Task 2 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

6 Monitoring and Control of every Device installed at the Base Station in two different ways: Task 3 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

7 Through serial port connections (RS-485, RS-232, Modbus), using our specific software drivers for the various device types. Task 3 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

8 For existing old-fashioned Base Station Devices, not supporting serial communication the monitoring is performed by external hardware measurement of the currents and the voltages at the input and output connections and by sensing any special signaling outputs (dry contacts etc). the control is performed through relay contacts to the appropriate input, output and control connections. Task 3 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

9 Monitoring and Control of all the installation rooms and equipment, through a single connection, to a single controller Task 3 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

10 Built-in support for Hybrid Power System Management and Monitoring Task 4 Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

11 Description and Features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

12 Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

13 Inherent expandability and adaptability The modular architecture of our Monitoring & Control System guaranties the support of the installation after: Future expansions of the Mobile Telephony Base Stations Swaps of the installed equipment Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

14 Description and features The system consists of an integral set of hardware and software: Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

15 The hardware part of the system is Modular and consists of various types of interconnected units, depending on the installation structure and the desired operation. Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

16 The interconnection of the various units is simple and reliable, by a single cable in a daisy chain (or even star) layout, implementing the Z-Bus, (consisting of a special RS-485 optically isolated bus and a galvanically isolated power bus). Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

17 Due to the simplicity of the interconnection and the galvanic isolation the units of the system can be physically decentralized and be mounted to proper rooms and positions of the installation, near-by the monitored Base Station devices and sensors, in order to minimize local wiring. Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

18 There is always a Central Unit and several Peripheral Units. The type and the number of the Peripheral Units is selected so as to perform the desired operations. Description and features Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

19 The building block units of the system are: Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

20 The Central Unit (p/n 840107) Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

21 It is responsible for: the networking of the system the supervision and the fine-tuning of the operation of the peripheral units The Central Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

22 It also controls: the power supply to the peripheral units the interconnection of the optically isolated RS-485 bus. The Central Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

23 It is fitted with: an Ethernet port for wired TCP/IP networking two independent GSM/GPRS modems for TCP/IP networking and for SMS communication a USB and an RS232 for local service connections The Central Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

24 It can connect simultaneously to: up-to 2 remote servers through the GPRS modems and with 2 more servers through the wired Ethernet port. The Central Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

25 It provides to the server side user, direct or indirect access of every single piece of equipment installed at the Base Station (Power Rectifiers, Air Conditioners, Free-Cooling Devices, Diesel GenSets, Telecom Devices, etc) The Central Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

26 Peripheral Adapter and Local Control Unit (p/n 840801) Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

27 It is the intermediate link between: the Central Unit and to up-to 2 Base Station Installed Devices. It also supports up-to 2 sets of Environmental Detectors. Each set includes detectors for: temperature relative humidity smoke door intrusion human motion (PIR) Peripheral Adapter and Local Control Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

28 Linking to the Base Station Installed Devices* is through serial ports implementing both RS-232 and RS-485 communication protocols. * For devices not supporting serial communication, there is provision for: measurement of AC-current at four supply lines (by means of, external current sensors) the detection of two signal dry contacts the stimulation of two control inputs by the two relay output contacts of the unit. Peripheral Adapter and Local Control Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

29 Energy Measuring Unit (p/n 840303) Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

30 It is a totally insulated, small sized device attached directly to the ac supply conductors, thus minimizing installation labor. It measures on a 3-phase system, true-rms ac voltage and current, active, apparent and reactive power per phase and accumulates energy (KWh), in two independent counters (optionally resettable). Energy Measuring Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

31 DC Measuring Unit (p/n 840304) Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

32 It is a compact unit with two bi-directional DC current ports and three DC voltage ports. It is intended for measurements at the common node of Rectifier, Load and back-up Batteries, at the DC-bus of the base station. DC Measuring Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

33 Hybrid Power Manager Unit (p/n 840108) Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

34 This unit controls a hybrid power generating system consisting of: PV Array PV Battery Charge Controller with MPPT Storage Battery Diesel Gen-Set Hybrid Power Manager Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

35 It will engage when necessary, the existing back-up Gen-Set. It also supports the operation of the Cell-Level Battery Monitoring and Active Equalization System. Hybrid Power Manager Unit Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

36 The server-side software of the system Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

37 The real time in-depth status for all the equipment on any of the monitored installations, is accessible by the users of the server, at any time and in user selectable abstraction levels, as well as for any previous time (history). Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations The server-side software

38 Values of measured items (or of configurable groups of measured items) for user determined time intervals, can be presented in the form of charts or table reports. The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

39 The installation selection lists are configurable on the fly, according to: 3-level geographic criteria user definable categorization The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

40 Statistical processing results of measured items, over integral time periods (i.e. day, week, month, year) may be automatically stored as secondary data for higher-level reports and evaluations. The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

41 A versatile Photograph Management Utility is available for the maintenance of an installation related photographic record. The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

42 All the settings and calibrations of the hardware system units and of the monitored equipment, are readily accessible and configurable from the server desktop. A copy of all these, for any device of any installation, is stored in the servers database, for on the fly refreshing. The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

43 Remote control commands, for any one of the on-site devices, can be easily issued from the server desktop. The server-side software Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

44 Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

45 The on-site units may be programmed to generate alarm conditions, according to measured values in order to: apply on site controls handle undesired conditions. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

46 These alarm conditions are reported to the server and they are available as reported alarms. Additionally, the server side software may detect alarm condition, while processing reported data. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

47 All the alarms are handled by a versatile alarm ticketing and processing system. It creates Tickets which are presented in the form of handy, user filterable lists. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

48 Automatic action features can be enabled for the propagation of the tickets: to the appropriate departments or to persons with specific roles or responsibilities. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

49 The Tickets: remain active until alarm condition is resolved. can optionally be filled with resolution related comments. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

50 History reports may be created for any past period with alarms filtered according to the users requirements for statistical purposes. Alarms Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

51 Users Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

52 A user administration system based on roles, with graduated right levels and with a fail-safe login process allows the safe access of the users to the server. Users Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations

53 The users according to the level of their rights, have complete access to all the features of the servers desktop: real-time & history data report creation settings management photograph record accessing maintenance and alarm management Users Remote Monitoring & Control System for the Mobile Telephony Base Stations


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