Message Master 5000 is a comprehensive and improved model from its predecessor yet maintains its simplicity, reliability, scalability, quality and ease of use. One of its new features is the capability of receiving and transmiting high level signals from equipment via Modbus RTU,Modbus TCP and SNMP protocols. A trend logging feature was added to help users identify potential efficiency problems on their equipment or even in the whole facility. Its SMS alert sending was improved using 3G network and E-mail alert sending through mobile data which makes it more efficient standalone monitoring system.
Absolutely no programming or technical knowledge is required to use this system. Any computer can access its HTML web-based control panel using Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.
Although Message Master 5000 is rich and complete in functionality and performance, configuring it to user specific requirement is a breeze.
Configurable easily with any local or remote computer. Only authorized with the correct user ID and password can access Message Master 5000.
Not only Message Master 5000 can be connected to any computer in the local area network (LAN) environment, it can also be easily setup for remote access and control over the Internet.
Message Master 5000 only need to connect to the equipments to be monitored. No PC or server is required. The PC is needed only for configuring its operating parameters and for viewing the status of the equipments. Network ready
Additional Input-Output expansion boxes, temperature monitoring, industrial controllers, even third party software can communicate with it via standard Modbus RTU/TCP/IP protocol.
It is not a PC hardware and does not contain moving parts like hard disk, CD-ROM drive that can affect its reliability.
Because it does not consume much power, Message Master 5000 does not generate heat and will run for 24 hours without worries of breaking down. In the event of incoming power failure, it can operate for hours on a small capacity lead acid battery / power supply unit.
The dimension is 125(l) x 38(w) x 100 (d) mm and weight a mere 480 grams, it can be fitted into any chassis or equipment cabinet or be obscurely installed in any corner of the equipment room.
If enabled, when an alarm is triggered, the SMS will be sent to the operation and forward group repetitively at the interval specified during software configuration. To cancel repeat sending, any mobile phone from the operation or forward group must acknowledge to MM5000 by replying the acknowledge command. Once MM5K received the acknowledgement command it will stop sending further SMS for this trigger.
The "Auto Health Check" message allows user to check, via SMS or enable to auto check that the MM5000 unit is functioning properly: If "enable" is checked, MM5000 will send a SMS message on scheduled system date and time. If the auto health check is not enable, user still can perform manual health check by sending a SMS health check command.
Re-assigning of operation personnel, a change of mobile phone number is also common. Rather than having to physically go to the installation site with a notebook computer, the authorized personnel can perform the change from anywhere using their mobile phone. Where there are many installed sites, distance or time is a concern, this becomes very efficient.
|MESSAGE MASTER 5000|
|Name||Message Master 5000|
|Operating Voltage||9 to 30VDC. 2W max power consumption|
|Memory||256 Mbytes DDR2 RAM|
|GSM Modem||USB Modem Quad-Band HSDPA/UMTS (900/2100MHZ)|
|Operating Environment||0 - 55 degree celsius 0 - 90% non-condensing|
|Size & Weight||160 (L) x 40 (H) x 100 (D) mm. 500gm|
|Security Feature||2 security levels. Administrator and User Level|
|Real Time Clock||Date & Time with NTP support|
|LCD Display||16 x 2 Characters with backlight, display date and time | Network Status | Device Name | Device ID | Telco Signal Strenght| Digital Input State | Digital Input Alarm State|
|Communication Port||1 x RJ45 port, Ethernet 10/100Mbps|
|Interface||Web-based, accessible via web browser software|
|Network Support||Static IP|
|Network Protocol||TCP (Transmission Control Protocol), IP (Internet Protocol), UDP (User Datagram Protocol), HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), DNS (Domain Name Server), SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol), SMTP(Simple Mail Transfer Protocol)|
|INPUTS and OUTPUTS|
|No. of Input points||12 optically coupled dry contact|
|Configuration||Independent configuration of input description open/close status description|
|Response Time||Individual selection of response time for each input from 0.2 to 3600 secs (trigger sensitivity)|
|Alarm State||Definable normally open (NO) or close (NC) as Alarm condition|
|No. of Outputs points||2 relay outputs contact rated of 24VDC 2A|
|Configuration||User definable output description|
|Output Control||Trough SMS or Local On / Off relay outputs through web-browser|
|Internal Buzzer||Option time interval from 10 to 60 secs on Alarm State|
|No. of Analog points||Requires DAQ module, up to 8 analog inputs per module|
|Configuration||Configurable input description, scaling trigger delay high / low alarm points|
|Alarm Delay Time||Individual selection of alarm delay time for each analog input from 0 to 3600 secs (trigger sensitivity)|
|ALERTS and LOGS|
|Email Group||up to 64 email recipients|
|Time stamp||Email sent with time stamp and configurable subject|
|SMS Configuration||Digital inputs relay outputs Analog inputs (2 messages per input), 1 for Alarm State and 1 for Normal State|
|Auto Health Check||Programmable date & time system health check|
|Time Stamp||SMS sent & received with time stamps|
|Event logging||Stores up to 500 history events with Date and Time Stamp. FIFO event recording|
|Data Format||XML (Extensible Markup Language), allows user to define their own tags in excel or web interface|
|Display Configuration||Display 4 charts Upto 8 tags per chart. Minimum log interval of 10 minutes|
|Remote Management via SMS||