An 8 Port Intelligent Sensor Expansion Board
The E-sensor8 is an expansion module that has 8 RJ-45 intelligent sensor ports and is connected to any of the RJ-45 expansion ports located on the front panel of the securityProbe base units.
- Product Code: E-Sensor8
The E-sensor8 is an expansion module that has 8 RJ-45 intelligent sensor ports and is connected to any of the 4 RJ-45 expansion ports located on the front panel of the securityProbe 5E base units. They are connected using standard CAT5 LAN cable.
The E-Sensor8 may also be daisy chained using the E-Out/E-In ports on other expansion boards.
Any sensor within AKCess Pro’s complete line of intelligent sensors can be connected to the intelligent sensor ports which are located on the rear of the unit. 16 LED’s on the front provide each sensors visual condition, 8x red for status and 8x green for online.
The expansion boards can be daisy chained together using the units input, or E-in and output, E-out port. These also are RJ-45 ports and use standard CAT5 cable.
These E-Boards can be extended from the securityProbe 5Es base unit or from each other up to 300 meters, or roughly 1000 feet.
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The E-Sensor8 may also be daisychained using the E-Out / E-In Ports on other expansion boards.
The E-modules can be extended up to 300 meters from the securityProbe 5E base unit. There is no limit to how many E-modules can be connected to a single securityProbe 5E. It depends only on the number of sensors connected. A maximum of 600 data points can be monitored by the securityProbe 5E base unit.
The OID will start with .126.96.36.199.4.1.3854.2 for checking the sensors on the expansion modules including the E-Sensor8.
This SNMPwalk command .188.8.131.52.4.1.38184.108.40.206.1 can be used for checking all of the sensors on the securityProbe 5E.
This SNMPwalk command .220.127.116.11.4.1.3818.104.22.168.1 can be used for returning the status of the expansion modules.