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MicroMAC Brings MAC Functionality to Small Sites

Designed to handle the remote control and monitoring needs of small repeater or booster facilities.

(click thumbnail)Davicom is introducing MicroMAC, designed to handle the remote control and monitoring needs of small repeater or booster facilities.

I/O capability includes eight metering, eight status and eight relays; communications is achieved over dial-up or IP networks.

The company says the MicroMAC is as intelligent as other MAC units, and has extensive condition-driven and event-driven programming capabilities. Additionally it supports voice/DTMF, PC, e-mail, text messaging, SNMP and Web browser, and also allows access via BlackBerry or smart phones.

All MAC units offer 128 internal event timers; front-panel USB device port; rear-panel USB host port; bilingual voice and screens; two modems (one internal); event and action logs; linearization of sensor inputs; alarms via e-mail and SMS; 2 MB internal RAM; and activity timers on status inputs.

Additional highlights include fax transmission capability; 16 math functions; battery discharge test; user configurable screens; 333 MHz processor speed; and RF immunity to 10V/m.

Booth: N6935

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