The Atlas LT is packed with next generation intelligence in a small form factor. It focuses on rapid deployment for remote communications for almost any piece of equipment. Not only can users monitor legacy systems, but it also includes direct IO for monitoring other environmental variables - like CO2, temperature or humidity. So whether the objective is ensuring compliance, reducing onsite service calls or verifying optimal equipment performance the Atlas LT comes with the capabilities at a appropriate price point..
Reduce service calls.
Effective & simple remote monitoring reduces onsite service call
requirements. Customers can see reductions of 55% or more through remote remediation and analysis.
Often problematic is knowing the exact environment the equipment is
installed in. By remotely monitoring environmental and power variables the
knowledge is readily available to verify that everything is installed and
operating in congruence with warranty requirements.
Groups like the FDA, CAP or even LEED require documentation that facilities are in compliance with set standards. Atlas LT tracks and records all of the data from the site then in conjunction with Latitude FMD generates reports specific to verifying and validating compliance.
Communicate with almost any piece of equipment.
Beyond just handling direct sensor inputs - Atlas LT also has support from
many other M2M protocols including SNMP, BACnet and Modbus. Now
technicians and managers can see all the equipment from the facility -
whether its manufactured Powervar or not.
Flexible communication options.
Each IT department has specific requirements for communicating through the
corporate network. The Atlas LT not only supports most encryption types
and communications protocols it also has the flexibility to communicate
wirelessly via WiFi or cellular.
Whole facility monitoring in one box.
Designed from the ground up to be flexible and robust - the Atlas LT can
monitor all of your equipment and environment. It scales with the
requirements and is adaptive to changing standards.