Elite 200

Elite 200

Product Overview

A hardware-based alarm notification, acknowledgement and status solution for integrating to SCADA and/or PLC-based systems. Up to 200 different conditions can be monitored, including analog values like: level, flow rates, pressure, temperature, RPM, voltage, Hz, etc. as well as digital on/off conditions like: high and low level alarms, motor failures, intrusion, generator failure or start, etc.

Additionally, the Elite 200/500 provides automatic calculation of motor run times, total starts and totalized flow. The Modbus RTU Master or Slave communication allows the Elite to operate immediately with virtually any SCADA or PLC system.

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Categories: Industrial , Wastewater , Water ,
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Enclosure Minimum rating should be NEMA 4X
Environmental Limits
Temperature Humidity
Electronics: -40 to 156ºF
(-40 to 70ºC)
0-80% non-condensing
@ 140ºF
Battery: -4 to 176ºF
(-20 to 80ºC)
0-90% non-condensing
@ 104ºF
Power Requirements 100-240VAC; 50/60 Hz; 1.5/0.7Amps
Maximum current draw on DC power: 850 mA at 15 VDC
Dimensions 10.5″W x 12.5″H x 7.00″D (258mm W x 307mm H x 172mm D)
Weight 9.5 lbs. (4.3kg)
Serial Port 2400 to 115200 baud, DB9 (male)
Electrical Protection Transient voltage/surge protection shall be provided on power line and telephone. Solid state surge protection provided on serial port, parallel port, telephone and AC power circuitry. All fuses shall be solid-state automatic resettable such that the user is never required to manually change a fuse.

The automatic dialer shall be field upgradeable (without returning unit to the manufacturer) for the following:

  • 14.4 Kbaud modem
  • Datalogging
Telephone Number Capacity 8 lists of 9 numbers, each number containing up to 40 digits
Recorded Speech Capacity 5 seconds per input channel message
5 seconds for System Identification message
Monitoring Capacity 200 or 500 Modbus RTU registers plus primary power, backup battery power, communications with Modbus devices
Speech Technology Digitally recorded voice messages plus permanent library.
Message Requirements 5 second messages for, power loss, low battery message, user selectable via keypad or remotely for 1 alarm/normal messages for each input channel, 1 channel identification message per channel.
Programming The dialer shall be programmable from the integral keypad, remotely via a phone or locally or remotely via PC.
Telephone Number Requirements Up to 144 available numbers up to 40 digits each.
Numbers can include ‘*’, ‘#’, delays, and detection of dial tone.
Types of Alarms

The alarm dialer shall have the following alarm types:

  • System
    • loss of primary power,
    • low battery,
    • temperature,
    • Modbus communication loss,
    • phone fault that can drive any relay
  • Digital (read coil)
    • on or off
    • number of times in a condition – pulse totalization that can be multiplied by a scale factor and reported in engineering units
    • accumulated time in a condition – total run time reported in Days Hours Minutes Seconds.
  • Analog (read holding)
    • a user-specified high or low limit for a specified period of time,
    • a user-specified positive or negative rate of change.

All alarms shall be recorded with date/time in the event log.

Alarm Prioritization The automatic dialer shall have the capability to prioritize alarms by the telephone list designated to each alarm channel. Additionally, alarms shall be prioritized by time of day to different phone lists.
Alarm Acknowledgment

The automatic dialer shall provide acknowledgement of alarms from:

  • the front panel,
  • a phone that is called with an alarm condition,
  • a dial-in from a remote location with appropriate access codes.

All acknowledgements will be recorded in the event log with the date/time of the acknowledgement, the method of acknowledgement and the Caller ID if from a remote location.

Status Reporting The automatic dialer shall have the capability of documenting all alarms, dial-out, dial-in, and alarm acknowledgement, activities with time and date to a standard parallel printer or over a modem connection to a PC.
The status report shall contain the last 1000 events. Each event shall have the date/time of the event and the action performed.
Caller ID The automatic dialer shall record the Caller ID in the event log of anyone calling into the dialer to acknowledge alarms or perform any programming functions.
Channel Status Each alarm channel shall be individually programmed to be either enabled for alarms, disabled or status only.
Alarm Notification

The automatic dialer shall be capable of notifying of alarm conditions by the following methods:

  • telephone and cell phone
  • digital and alphanumeric pager
  • modem call-out
  • modem call-in
  • LEDs
  • relay activation (write coil)

Each alarm channel shall be programmable to continue alarm notification if the condition returns to normal.

Arming and Disarming The dialer shall be capable of being armed or disarmed manually.
Arming or disarming shall be recorded to the event log.
Battery Backup The dialer shall have internal battery back-up capacity sufficient for an 8-channel dialer to perform its alarm call-out function for a minimum of 48 consecutive hours upon loss of primary power.
Customer Service The automatic dialer manufacturer shall have a toll-free number for customer service calls. The automatic dialer shall have a 2-key sequence that can be entered from the local keypad that will place an automatic speaker phone call to the manufacturer’s customer service facility.

The automatic dialer shall meet:

  • FCC Part 15, Class A and Part 68 requirements and shall have a valid FCC registration number per Part 68
  • Industry Canada CS03 and have a valid IC registration number
  • CE Mark and have third-party verified testing
Five year of warranty shall be standard with the purchase of a new unit.

NEMA 4X or Panel Mount

Elite 200/500 User Guide