The TELSEC CPM addresses the monitoring and alarming requirements of critical infrastructure equipment and facilities that are without a network connection. This compact intuitive system provides wireless network connectivity to monitor environmental conditions, like temperature, humidity, intrusion, AC/DC power, automatic transfer switches (ATSs), generators, fuel level, and other critical systems found in small remote locations, such as cell tower sites, microwave sites, repeater sites, and equipment cabinets. Markets include telecommunications, cable/broadband, electric and water utilities, railroads, oil and gas pipelines, edge computing, industrial, commercial, and multi-residential facilities.
The product provides a cellular connection northbound to an NOC (or other management stations) and provides network connectivity to southbound devices using standard port forwarding. The TELSEC CPM features encrypted communications protocols with support for IPv6, IPv4, HTTP, HTTPS, RADIUS Password Authentication, SSH, SNMP v1, v2c, v3, TL1, and SMTP (Email).
The system features a built-in web server for programming and status monitoring of the site, including extensive alarm logging and historical point data logging with a graphing engine. The alarm logic is programmable for multiple severity levels and delay times. All programming is stored in nonvolatile memory and can easily and quickly be backed up to a PC or server. Alarm notifications are sent using SNMP traps/informs and email notification.

The TELSEC CPM can act as a standalone device or integrate into Quest’s OspreyFMS enterprise software, providing users a comprehensive view and management of all their critical facilities.