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This diagram below is showing you the jumper setting for setting up your dry contact inputs to the opto-isolated setting.
The destination SNMP TRAP IP is not set the TRAP settings. The community entered is wrong. The firewall is blocking the SNMP TRAP traffic. The send SNMP Trap option is … Read More
For changing the Traps to HP OpenView style, you need to send an SNMP command to the device given below: snmpset .188.8.131.52.4.1.38184.108.40.206.1.60.0 i X Where IP is the IP address … Read More
This most likely due to either your ?Rearm? settings, or your ?Continuous Time for Sensor to be in new Status before accepting new Status? settings. You can check these settings … Read More
Yes, all new firmware that supports the new hardware and expansion modules is backwards compatible and has been tested on the previous generation of the securityProbes.
No, as long as you leave the sensors connected to the 8 RJ-45 Intelligent sensor ports when migrating to the newer firmware, you will retain all your settings.
The new securityProbe 5E has all the functionality of the previous generation secuurityProbe, but is faster and expandable. This is what the 4 RJ-45 expansion ports on the front of … Read More
Many types of these adapters should work. However, we specifically tested two types of these and found that the models that have these two chipsets ?pl-2303? and ?FT232BM? worked, so … Read More
That jumper is a 120 ohm switch, as in some cases of Modbus integration 120 ohms is needed on the RS485 input, so that has been added.