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Ensure reliability of your critical applications and minimize downtime with the T-APS Series. With the T-APS T-1 / E-1 automatic protection switches, you can quickly restore critical lines and equipment by easily switching over to redundant services.
T-APS switches make redundancy switching easy. The T-APS continuously monitors T-1 or E-1 circuits and switches to the operational path, and provides automatic failover switching between redundant lines.
Designed for both line protection and equipment redundancy, the T-APS is ideal for any T-1 and E-1 networks where downtime is not an option. With the T-APS in control, you can have peace of mind that your critical applications will stay up and running.
The T-APS is ideal for small offices and customer premise applications. It’s a self-contained, standalone unit capable of being powered by A/C or 48VDC sources, and line connections are standard RJ45 T1 and E1 (120 Ohm) connections. The T-APS features complete manageability via terminal or SNMP manager, plus status relay alarms.
With the T-APS, small offices can enjoy the same T-1 / E-1 circuit protection as larger enterprises.
With the T-APS rack mount card and chassis system, you can provide T-1 / E-1 protection to multiple circuits. All of the features of the standalone T-APS are supported in the card version, but up to 15 primary/redundant circuits can be supported.
Each T-APS-R card provides a complete independent T-1 / E-1 protection switch, and all cards are managed from one network or serial interface with simple web pages and telnet menus.
The chassis supports either 48VDC or 120/240 VAC with external power supplies. T-1 / E-1 terminations are via RJ45 Modular Jacks.
|Self-Contained, Standalone & Rack Mount||Ideal for Customer Premise, Remote Site and Data Center Applications|
|Line and Equipment Protection||Establish redundant links, or failover to standby routers and Channel Banks|
|T1 and E1 interface selectable||Select Interface type and all parameters|
|1+1 and 1:1 APS Protection Modes||1+1 Mode transmits on both primary and standby link simultaneously. 1:1 Mode transmists on active link only.|
|Selectable switching activation thresholds||Define failover parameters. Monitors both active and standby circuits and switches to best available|
|Selectable line validation thresholds||Switchback only to known good circuit or device.|
|CPE check to prevent false switching||Prevents false switching when common CPE is faulty|
|Configurable via front panel or RS-232 port||Craft port allows on-site access and Out-of-Band management|
|Fail-Soft Power Loss Cutover||Active path remains functional when switch loses power.|
|SNMP Manageable||Integrate into your newtwork management scheme|
|Dual Power Inputs||48 VDC and 90 ~ 250 VAC power input (DC Priority)|
|Console Port||RS-232 D9 DTE VT100
9600 bps, 8 Data Bits, 1 Stop Bit, No Parity (9600, 8, N, 1)
|Power||90-250V AC 47-63Hz and -48V±5V DC. Simultaneous use with DC priority|
|Dimensions||8″ W× 2.75″ H × 9.5″ D|
|0ºC – 50ºC|
|Relative Humidity||0% – 90%,Non-condensing|
|FCC Part 15 Class A|
|Reliability||MTBF 44,000 hrs|