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Description

New T1 DACS (and E1) 16 Port Digital Access Cross Connects for applications including access cross-connect, Hi-Z (high impedance) monitoring, automatic protection switching (1+1 APS).

Options are available as 16 port E1 DACS, 64 port E1/T1 DACS and E1/T1 DACS for Non-Intrusive Hi-Z Monitoring (high impedance) applications. All models are available with TCP-IP remote access and monitoring facility

The 16 Port, T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch, is an T1 digital cross-connect switch, which presents its user an easy to use, yet a sophisticated platform to cross-connect up to 16, T1 ports.

The DACS, T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch offers full crossconnect functionality to cross-connect, and / or aggregate DS-0s, "n"x64Kbps consecutive data channels and, Fractional T1 channels to full T1 channels.

The DACS, T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch, occupies only a 2U high rack-space, and is a complete 19-inch stand-alone unit that provides connectivity of up to 16 T1 ports. The unit operates on a 48VDC input power-supply (AC input adapter is optional). The system is supplied with a CLI text based, easy to use interface that offers the user complete control to prepare multiple configuration maps (and store them as data files) and the ease of downloading them from a PC. Dry contact relay alarms are also available at rear of the system to connect the system to external audio and visual alarms.

The DACS, T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch also has an optional TCP - IP Access feature which allows the DACS to be connected on a TCP-IP network (10/100 Base Interface) for Remote access for configuration and monitoring.

The DACS, T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch can also be ordered for special non-intrusive monitoring applications in which (pre-assigned monitoring ports) T1 ports can be connected to monitoring/billing equipment for Live Traffic monitoring (non-intrusive monitoring).

The 64 Port E1 DACS / T1 DACS - Digital Cross Connect Switch, is a E1 / T1 digital cross-connect switch, which presents its user an easy to use, yet a sophisticated platform to cross-connect up to 64, E1 ports. The 64 E1 / T1 Digital Cross Connect Switch offers full cross-connect functionality to cross-connect, and / or aggregate DS-0s, "n"x64Kbps consecutive data channels and, fractional E1 / T1 channels to full E1 / T1 channels, between the 64 E1 / T1 Ports.

The 32 Port E1 / T1 Hi-Z Monitoring Groomer is also available for special non-intrusive monitoring applications in which E1 / T1 ports can be connected to monitoring / billing equipment for non-intrusive monitoring of live traffic or signaling, required by billing servers etc.

In the monitoring mode the GROOMER provides the user a total of 32, E1 / T1 Ports. 30, E1 / T1 Ports shall connect to the “Live Traffic” E1 / T1 links which are to be MONITORED, NON-INTRUSIVELY (Hi-Z) in both Transmit and Receive directions. 2, E1 / T1 Ports shall connect to the MONITORING EQUIPMENT, such as billing servers etc.

The GROOMER (E1 Monitoring DACS) is capable of monitoring a -20dBdsx (0.3Volt Pulse) E1 signal through a Hi-Z path, without in any way distrubing the live E1 traffic that is required to be monitored. The E1 connector(s) shall be RJ45 (120 Ohms) and a "Y" cable is provided (included) to connect E1 GROOMER equipment to the E1 Ports that are required to be monitored.

The user shall have the full flexibility to choose and select upto a maximum of 30 time-slots (to be monitored in BOTH Transmit and Receive direction), through the internal TSI non-blocking switch, from any of the 30 E1 ports that are required to be monitored.

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  E1 VoIP-GSM Gateways
  VoIP SS7 and C7 Solution
  Echo Cancellers and VQE Solutions
  GSM Gateways / GSM Channel Banks
  E1 and T1 over Ethernet (TDM over IP)
  Digital Access Cross Connect Switch (DACS)
  E1, T1, E3, DS3, Ethernet Converter (IP over TDM)

Technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
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