OneBase InSite Connect Connect, Coordinate, Control
InSite Connect is a single comprehensive solution that remotely controls and monitors the subsystems inside each site and enables network operators to coordinate and manage the conditions at all sites across their network. InSite Connect is OEM agnostic, capable of controlling and monitoring a wide array of devices from leading subsystem manufacturers.
InSite Connect consists of two main components. The Remote Controller Unit (RCU) is a rack-mounted solution deployed at each site throughout the network and can manage and monitor up to 88 individual subsystems. Each RCU feeds into a centrally-located Control Management System (CMS) that enables operators to remotely manage and monitor thousands of individual sites or more. RCU options include onboard RET AISG controllers and a T1/E1 port.
InSite Connect inside a Wireless Base Station Video
Control and Manage Up to 88 Independent Functions Per Remote Site, including:
AC Power Transfer Switches
Fuel Cell Management
RET (AISG) Antenna Controllers
Together, the RCU and CMS provide network operators a powerful tool that consolidates hundreds of tasks into a single, easy to control system. Moreover, it provides the information needed to significantly trim remote access network operating costs and keep your network performing at its highest level.
Reduce remote site maintenance costs
Leverage the benefits of network sharing
Monitor key performance indicators (KPIs) in real time
Identify situations before they become problems.
Managing all the various independent subsystems at each of the remote sites across your network can be a logistical nightmare. Not to mention a financial drain. OneBase InSite Connect lets you go from overwhelmed to under to control.
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The OneBase InSite® Connect System includes a central management system (CMS) which acts as the notification center for site alarms and status information, and a remote controller unit (RCU) which provides the connectivity and control to all cell site operational subsystems.
OneBase InSite Central Management System (CMS) The CMS server, which acts as the notification center for site alarms and status information, is centrally located and designed to communicate with an RCU at each site. The server is capable of managing up to 2000 sites. If more than 2000 sites need to be managed, then multiple CMS servers can be deployed. Furthermore, these servers are capable of being interconnected to perform like a single virtual server.
The CMS is not only capable of real-time site equipment maintenance, status, and alarming, but also is capable of scheduling future site specific changes on either a one time or a regular recurring schedule. In addition, the CMS is capable of generating reports that summarize the site specific data that is constantly being gathered by the RCU units at each cell site.
With CMS control at your fingertips, you have access to a wide variety of network data with which to optimize site performance and lower cost across the entire system.
The Remote Controller Unit (RCU) is a key component of the CommScope OneBase InSite Connect system, a comprehensive turnkey system designed to fully manage remote site subsystems by providing centralized notification of site alarms and equipment status as well as configuration and maintenance of remote site equipment.
The RCU is the central connection aggregation point for each site and provides the interface to manage and control all site operational subsystems. It is designed such that all remote access to the site subsystems via the RCU is tightly controlled and is only possible through the centrally located Central Management System (CMS).
The RCU is a 1RU, 19” or 23” rack-mountable unit designed to install in an existing base station rack, and is powered from the base station power system. It has a a substantial number and variety of ports available for connectivity to local remote site subsystems.
Controls multiple individual subsystems per site and thousands or more sites across your network, regardless of OEM.
Alerts users immediately when smoke and fire alarms are triggered to prevent or reduce damage to sites.
Reduces energy consumption through automatic maintenance and monitoring of temperature and humidity.
Deters theft and vandalism by monitoring and controlling remote cameras, motion detection alarms, and door sensors.
Dramatically reduces site visits and turns your entire network a deeper shade of green.
The RCU can be configured with three optional Remote Electrical Tilt (RET) Antenna controllers. With this feature, the RCU provides standard AISG interfaces for monitoring and controlling AISG 1.1 and AISG 2.0 compliant RET antennas and TMA’s.
Connectivity back to the centrally located CMS is achieved via a dedicated backhaul Ethernet port or an optional integrated wireless modem. If connectivity back to the CMS is lost, the RCU is capable of storing up to 24 hours of site subsystem data to be transmitted when connectivity is re-established.