|||Credit Card Authorization Machines||||Money Order Terminals||||Cash Register Polling||||Storage Tank Monitoring Systems|
|||Out‐of‐Band Network Access|
|||Utility Meter Reading|
|||Remote Site Management|
|||HVAC Control Monitoring|
|||Point‐of‐Sale System Integration|
|||Fuel Tank Monitoring|
|||Service Port Access|
|||1st Line Network Support|
|||2 Year Warranty||||100-240 VAC, 50-60 Hz.||||12-15 VDC at Power Jack||||2.5 Watts Idle||||4 Watts Ringing||||REN 1.1B||||230V Version Available|
RETAIL PACKAGE INCLUDES
|||1 Polnet ACP||||1 Power Supply||||1 7ft. Line Cord||||Wall Jack Mounting Hardware||||Installation Manual|
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Out‐of‐Band Network Switch & Call Router
POLNET ACP-300 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Reduce phone line costs, improve connectivity, and secure your telecom and network equipment with Multi-Link’s ACP-300 Out-of-Band Network Switch & Call Router (part of the new ACP Series 2.0).
Protecting access to information systems is becoming more critical in commercial and industrial applications, as are reliable, secure, and redundant communication paths. The ACP-300 provides these capabilities, while providing cost savings through phone line consolidation (line-sharing).
The ACP automatically routes calls to phones, faxes, and dial-up modems, ensuring that the right resource is reached the first time. This consistent connectivity prevents time consuming dial-backs and streamlines polling and data acquisition processes such as SCADA, POS access, Substation/Revenue meter reading, Tank level monitoring, M2M communication, Sub-Metering, and HVAC/Lighting control, etc.
Multiple devices can share a single telephone line, eliminating costly phone lines and saving up to $50/month for each line eliminated. Businesses with multiple remote sites can realize a significant ROI in 3 months or less.
The majority of Multi-Link’s phone/data line-sharing switches are being installed for out-of-band dial-up modem access to communication and data networks. When the network is down and normal in-band access is denied, how do you recover the network equipment? Remote out-of-band access to management ports provides an efficient back door method for recovery.
This can be through the use of a backup dial-up modem via the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). Installed on an existing POTS line, the ACP provides an inexpensive, secure and controlled “out of band” path for accessing service ports to network equipment. Why pay a monthly cost for a line that you never want to use?
Protecting access to IT systems and networks is becoming more critical in commercial and industrial applications.The ACP is engineered to provide an additional layer of security to connected devices. Vulnerable pathways to equipment via the PSTN are protected by programmable Security Access Codes up to seven characters.
There are over 35 million combinations to choose from, effectively creating a telephony firewall for dial-up connections. Service vendors that need to monitor their on-site equipment can now have remote access that is completely isolated from the IT network. This is most advantageous for service vendors working with Federal government agencies and businesses with strict IT security policies.
The ACP is a call processor with an advanced feature set designed to route calls on an analog/simulated analog telephone line. Upon ring detection, the ACP will capture CID Data and answer the incoming call. After answering, the ACP immediately scans for a CNG (fax) tone or DTMF security access code (SAC). During this processing period, a Bell spec “ring-back” tone is provided to the calling party.
If a security access code (SAC) is detected, the call is routed to the corresponding device port. If a CNG (fax) tone is detected, the call is routed to the designated fax port (Device 2 port). In the absence of a CNG tone or security access code, the call is defaulted to the device 1 port. The original CID Data will be retransmitted after the first ring to any device port.
All device ports have access to telephone line and outbound requests are performed in a standard fashion. Any device that tries to access the telephone line when the telephone line is in use will hear a busy signal.
The emergency barge-in (EBI) feature allows the specified device port/ports to seize the telephone line and take priority in the event of a critical outbound call. This feature can be programmed ON/OFF (OFF by default) for devices 1 through 4 for the ACP-500 & ACP-900 units (1 through 3 for the ACP-300).
Please note that the Emergency Barge-In operation of the ACP Series 2.0 may not be optimal for achieving line seizure when used on the PRIMARY connection in applications involving emergency security equipment, e.g. fire, medical, police, first responder, or critical monitoring notification. Always validate approved connections with the appropriate local jurisdiction/ordinances and the Insurer of the business/property.
If you choose to utilize the ACP Series 2.0 on a primary connection, it is highly recommended that all equipment involved is thoroughly tested and in compliance prior to final activation.
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ACP-300 BENEFITS & FEATURES
|||Security||||Multi-Port Polling||||Save Money||||Line Sharing||||Increased Connectivity||||3, 5, and 9 Port Models||||Auto Fax Detect||||Remote Diagnostics||||Dual Surge Protection||||Fully Programmable||||Barge-In Protection||||Call Grab|
|||DSL Compatible||||Bell Spec Ring‐Back Tones|
|||No Software to Install||||Mounting Bracket Included|
|||2 Year Warranty||||Free Phone Tech Support|