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RJ45 Connector : CAT 5/6/7 cable should be used to connect Sensplorer Base Module or Sensor Hub Module. UTP Cable should be tested before to use with UTP one to one tester. Sensplorer Base or Hub module may be damaged by a short circuit in UTP pairs
Status LED : OFF: Sensor is not connected to base module, damaged or base/hub module is damaged.
500 msec ON/OF : Sensor module work properly and all sensor(s) are in Normal state
3 secs ON / 1 sec OFF : Sensor module work properly and at least one sensor is in Alarm state.
Phase – Neutral :AC or DC power line should be connected to port via fuse.
The Sensplorer AC&DC RMS Voltage Sensor measures and monitors the RMS voltage of power line.
The sensor monitors the AC and DC power lines not only in the presense of the energy but also with the measured voltage value.
The voltage measurement provides a continuous power quality indicator in time.
Four treshold values are assigned to the each sensor which Sensplorer alerts when exceeded up or down. It is connected to the sensor ports on the Sensplorer-X/M/S base modules or Sensplorer Sensor Hub Module by using CAT5 / 6 UTP cable.
The module receives its energy via this UTP connection, no seperate power supply is required.
If the sensor value goes out of the range defined by the system admininistrator;
1. Users sensor assigned, “if defined”, receive e-mail, SMS, phone call
2. Sensplorer dashboard shows the status change on dashboard
3. SNMP / Syslog servers ,”if defined”, receives the traps/messages
4. SCADA or BMS systems, ,”if defined”, receives the traps/messages
5. Sensplorer runs the specific rule(s) defined in case of this particular event
6. All events and sensor’s values are stored in the sensor history database for logging or reporting purpose in the future
• Precise and accurate RMS voltage and frequency measurement
• Continuous observation for presence and quality of power supplied to the critical devices
• User defined name, limits and hysteresis
• Sensor can be used with Sensplorer Base Modules and Sensor Hub Module
• A single UTP cable connection is enough for both 12 VDC power and sensor communication