CEM+/CEM3 The ELV module circuit must be powered (with the breaker on) before getting a control signal in order for the module to output. Why? The processor in the ELV module needs to see a zero on the pwm line before it is ready to output. With CEM+/3, test mode supplies a constant +5V signal starting...
Default IP Ranges For ETC Products Below are the ETC Network addressing standards. Bold numbers or modes are the default for devices that ship with a preconfigured IP. These standard ranges should be used unless a different range is required by the site. ETC Product IP Range Congo 10.101.80.101 to 10...
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For instructions about how to use Sensor3 Power Control system specific to CEM3 operation, terms, and definitions, also see CEM3 Power Control page. Sensor3 is the foundation for a versatile power system that builds on our proven Sensor workhorse system with CEM3 control. Sensor3 is coming soon to installation...