ProXR Quick Start Guide

ProXR is a standard set of relay control commands that allow users to control relays by sending bytes of data.  Turn relays on or off, trigger timers, flashers, and control relay groups using the ProXR command set.  This document will guide you through everything you need to know to start using NCD ProXR series controllers.  

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Contact Closure Email Generator User Guide

Introduction In this guide we will cover the functionality and use of the Contact Closure Email Generator. We will cover basic requirements, hardware functionality, configuration, and troubleshooting of the device. Basic Requirements Email Broker This device communicates directly with your Email Broker via the SMTP protocol.  Most Email Brokers such as Gmail and Outlook support SMTP connectivity so this device is compatible with most Email brokers.  You should check with your specific email broker to ensure it supports SMTP. Note for Gmail Users Google by default will not allow this device to access your Email account as it does not

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NCD Gen3 Ethernet Module User Guide

Introduction In this guide we will cover the configuration and use of the NCD Gen 3 Module.  We will discuss the configuration software as well as the web interface.  The module can be configured through the web interface, however if you have a Windows Computer available we recommend configuring settings in the module through the configuration software. Basic Usage For most users the Gen 3 Ethernet module will work right out of the box with no settings configuration required.  Simply install the Ethernet module into your main control board, connect a standard ethernet cable to the Gen 3 module, connect

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ncd Wireless Sensor Getting Started Guide

ncd IoT Wireless Sensors Quick Start Guide In This Guide we will learn how to use any ncd.io wireless sensors.  Wireless Sensor networks have two main components  Nodes ( Wireless Sensors which Sendds Data) Gateway/Modem ( Devices Which Receive Data from Wireless Sensors) ncd build Gateways as well as Modems. If you are not sure if you need a modem or Gateway checkout this guide . Modems — If you want to read data using a PC, Embedded Computer or any local machine then Modem will be an Ideal choice. ncd offers USB, RS232, RS485 and Ethernet Modem. Depending on

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Industrial IoT Wireless Tilt and Inclinometer Sensor Product Manual

Features Industrial Grade Tilt Sensor with Roll and Pitch Detection Configurable Roll and Pitch Angle Parameters Uses Interrupts for Tilt detection with little power consumption Measuring range: Roll: ±90°, Pitch: ±90° Angle detection resolution ±0.5° for high precision application Operating Temperature Range -40 to +85 °C Superior LOS Range of up to 28 miles with 900MHz High-Gain Antennas Interface to Raspberry Pi, Microsoft Azure, Arduino and More Example Software for Visual Studio and LabVIEW Wireless Mesh Networking using DigiMesh® 256 Sensor Node per Network Open Communication Protocol for custom interfacing applications Small Form Factor Wireless Sensor (3×3 inch) Two modes

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Log MQTT Gateway data to MySQL Database

Introduction In this article we will explore running an MySQL server on your computer.  We’ll use a Python script to subscribe to MQTT messages and then log sensor telemetry data received to the MySQL Database.  It is assumed that you have an MQTT Gateway and you have already installed and setup the Mosquitto MQTT Broker on your computer, if not please have a look at This Article.  The MQTT Gateway should be reporting sensor data to The MQTT Broker.  If you have all of that ready please read on. Installing MySQL MySQL can be installed on Linux, Mac, or Windows

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How To Upload Profile in Digmesh Radio

How to Upload Digimesh Profile in Wireless Radio ncd.io wireless enterprise product use Digimesh radio and these radio has a profile. This profile contains info like Baudrate, Network Key, Encryption key etc. The profile can be loading using XCTU tool provided by Digi.com.  1. Download and Install XCTU XCTU can be downloaded using this link https://www.digi.com/resources/documentation/digidocs/90001526/tasks/t_download_and_install_xctu.htm After installing the XCTU open the XCTU application     2. Install the wireless module in the Zigmo( USB to Serial Converter) We recommend this board. If you have a USB modem You can use it as well.  If you have a USB-Wireless modem

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Connecting the MQTT Gateway to Mosquitto

Introduction There are more Cloud Services out there for IoT Device than you can shake a stick at, but some users may prefer to “go off grid”.  There can be several reasons for this.  Maybe your IT department will not allow outgoing connections to services like AWS, Azure, Google, etc.  If you happen to have a good server on site and the development staff to build a Cloud specific for your application.  This means there are no use service fees to 3rd party services and you have full control over how your data is aggregated and consumed.  In this article

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Sensor Configuration Using Micro Gateways

Introduction In this guide we will explain how to configure sensor settings through the Micro Gateways.  This covers The MQTT Gateway, AWS Gateway, Azure Gateway, and all other Micro Gateways. Enter Setup Mode Make sure your Gateway is in Setup Mode.  This is indicated by a flashing Blue LED on the Gateway.  If it is not in setup mode then open the lid, then press and hold the CFG button until the LED begins flashing Blue to enter setup mode. Connect to the Gateway On your computer search for WiFi Networks.  The Gateway should show up in discovered networks as

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4-20mA 4 Channel Mirror Product Manual

Introduction The purpose of this manual is to educate users on the functionality and use of the 4 channel Wireless 4-20mA Mirror Pro product.  Please contact us with any questions you may have on the use of this product. Power Requirements These products are sold with optional power supplies which are recommended for use with the product.  If you must supply your own power supply to the devices then a regulated 9-32VDC power supply source capable of supplying a minimum of 2.4 watts.  Power may be connected through labeled 2.1 mm barrel connector(center pin positive) or through screw terminals. Wireless

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