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IP WatchDog2 Lite

In a user defined period the IP WatchDog2 Lite detects the status of internet connection and LAN connected devices. The IP WatchDog2 Lite can monitor up to ten channels.

In case the internet connection or any monitored device stops responding the IP WatchDog2 Lite can restart up to two connected devices via its AC 50V/0,5A (DC 30V/1A) relay DO.

When the status of any of the monitored channels changes the IP WatchDog2 Lite can send a notification directly as SNMP Trap as well as Email to two addresses or indirectly through the HWg-SMS-GW3 gateway in the same LAN as a SMS or a Ring to one phone number.

A built-in web server is used for configuring. The device can be monitored remotely over the internet using the free SensDesk portal in combination with the SensDesk Mobile application for iOS and Android. It works with HWg-PDMS and HWg-Trigger.

The IP WatchDog2 Lite uses the following four methods of status detection:

  • Ping Out: IP WatchDog2 periodically sends PING requests
  • Ping In: IP WatchDog2 waits for a PING from the monitored device
  • Web client: IP WatchDog2 monitors the accessibility of a web page
  • Web server: IP WatchDog2 waits for a request for its internal WEB page
Features: 
  • 10x Monitoring Channel on LAN
  • 2x Relay Output AC 50V/0,5A (DC 30V/1A)
  • 1x SNMP Trap; 2x E-mail; 1x "SMS+Ring" (via external GSM gateway)
  • A change of monitored device status sends an alert by e-mail, SMS, SNMP Trap, or activates DO relay and a sound alarm.
  • Connected via LAN. Configuration via built-in web server.
  • For Ring or SMS alarm use the HWg-SMS-GW3 gateway in the same LAN.
  • Data logger for up to 200 records. With the HWg-PDMS software logged data can be exported to MS Excel.
  • Compatible with a range of third party SW (SCADA etc.). Examples for programmers on using the product are available in the HWg-SDK (Borland C++, MS Visual, VB, C#, PHP, JAVA and more).
Applications and usage: 

Activation of a backup internet link in case the primary link fails.
Restarting irresponsive device connected to LAN.
Resetting or power cycling of remote devices.

  • Routers and switches
  • WiFi APs
  • IP cameras
  • PCs
  • etc.

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