No, the 5 Dry Contact Sensor can only be configured as inputs. The regular single RJ-45 Intelligent Dry Contact Sensor can be configured as both an input and output.
Our RJ-45 single Dry Contact Sensor is a switch type sensor, so it does not measure voltage, it is either on or off. You can configure this as either an … Read More
We recommend 200mA of current can be taken from Pin 1 with the 5V supply. A: Pin 2 will sink 20mA of current.
The RJ-45 the combination is: White/orange, orange, white/green, blue, white/blue, green, white/brown, brown. On the sensor on the black wire: white/green , green and brown. On the red wire: only … Read More
Yes, the security sensor can actually be wired in sequence. You can take the contact from one security sensor and wire it to the next. The only limit to the … Read More
Yes, You can use one of our RJ-45 dry contact sensors in the any of the 8 ports to drive a relay and a temperature sensor to trigger the output … Read More
You have two options for cycling the relay on the dry contact sensor. The first one is from the web interface as shown in the screen shot below. This shows … Read More
You can integrate the dry contact output from the unit to his burglar alarm system by using a 12V power supply and a relay. The relay can then drive the … Read More
The simplest way to determine if you have a faulty sensor is to try connecting it to another RJ45 port on your unit. If you have the sensor extended with … Read More