The Teldat Telecontrol+ Module allows you to control the power supply of remote devices. It is very useful for restarting critical machines (such as remote cash machines) when they are in a shutdown state or for controlling lights or mains-powered machines remotely.
The Telecontrol+ Module (MTC+) is a peripheral device for a Teldat router, managed out of band since it only connects to the console port of said router. And because the device does not require an Ethernet connection, it does not consume infrastructure resources or require human intervention for implementation. Nor does it interfere with the network.
The MTC+ uses the router's IP network resources, thus increasing device realiability.
A single router can support up to 16 cascaded MTC+ modules.
The MTC+ module is managed from the router, which in turn receives commands addressed to the MTC+, either via console or SNMP.