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Quest Controls Inc

Palmetto,  FL 
United States
https://www.questcontrols.com/
  • Booth: 1235


Welcome to Quest Controls, monitoring & control solutions.

Quest provides monitoring and control solutions for headends, hubs, OTN’s and data centers.  Applications include full environmental monitoring, power monitoring including Commercial Power, DC Plants, BDFB, Inverters, Generators, ATS, UPS, Breaker & Fuse Panels, Power Meters, and Electrical Distribution Panels, and tower light monitoring.  SNMP traps/gets are send to centralized alarm centers (NOC’s) and email alarm messaging sent to MSO Staff. 

Acting as your smart eyes and ears, Quest’s TELSEC® family of products deliver large savings and quick payback by:

  • Eliminating downtime by acting as an early warning system
  • Reducing visits to remote sites
  • Reducing energy costs
  • Extending the life of critical operating equipment including air conditioners, generators and power equipment
  • Providing 24/7 remote visibility and 2-way communications

Brands: TELSEC® 1500/2000 RM/WM • TELSEC® Integrated Panel • TELSEC® ESB • RSC 1000™ • TELSEC® 800 • TELSEC® 500 • TELSEC® MINI • TELSEC® MINI PRO • TELSEC® MP2 • OspreyFMS® Enterprise Monitoring Software


 Press Releases

  • Quest Introduces the TELSEC® MP2, the next generation product to meet the Broadband & Telecom Critical Infrastructure monitoring requirements

    Palmetto, Florida - Quest Controls, Inc. is pleased to introduce the TELSEC® MP2 to provide control and alarm monitoring for all the assets in a Cable or Telecom Headend, Hub, OTN, Hub, Central Office, Data and Switching Center, and Remote Site. The compact intuitive system will monitor environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity, intrusion, DC power plants, generators, fuel level, energy usage, and other critical systems found in critical remote equipment sites. The MP2 has 32 universal inputs which support monitoring temperature, contact closures or any 0-5 VDC or 4-20 mA sensors. Two RS485 serial ports are available to monitor Modbus RTU enabled devices for trending and alarming. Up to 512 unique Modbus registers can be polled. There are four digital outputs for alarm notification or control such as generator exercise, as well as an Ethernet port for remote communications.

    The system features a built-in web server for programming and status monitoring of the site including a historical graphing engine. The alarm logic is programmable with multiple severity levels and all programming is stored in non-volatile memory. Ethernet communications provide high security protection with support for IPv6, IPv4, HTTP, HTTPS, RADIUS Password Authentication, SNMP v1, v2c and v3 and SMTP (Email) and is easily integrated into third party NOC software and Quest’s OspreyFMS®.

    Quest Controls, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets a complete family of remote surveillance products that provide monitoring, control, and energy management solutions for the power utility, telecommunications, cable, and commercial industries.  The TELSEC®, OspreyFMS® & BACnet product and server software families provide alarm performance, monitoring, control, energy savings, and test of a facility’s critical operating environment and equipment to maintain and ensure each facility’s smooth and continuous operation. Quest Controls, Inc. also provides installation services as well as 24/7 monitoring and service contracts.

    For more information on Quest Controls products, call (941) 729-4799 or visit us online at www.questcontrols.com.


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