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Calling MSB and LSB in order. 8 Replies

Hello,I am using an AD1216 PROXR board with Zigbee. I call out 254, 199, 0 and most of the time receive MSB followed by LSB. My radios are a distance out however and there is some interference, so…Continue

Tags: first, last, ad1216, zigbee, LSB

Started by steven c in General Discussion. Last reply by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer Jul 18.

How to draw 5V power from AD1216 board with enough current to run pressure transducer 6 Replies

Hello,The last step to completing our project! We have a pressure transducer found here that…Continue

Tags: AD1216, Proxr, regulator, voltage, 12V

Started by steven c in General Discussion. Last reply by steven c Jul 16.

Sensor wire length restrictions? 2 Replies

Is there any sensor wire length restrictions?  I have a few hawk-eye 600 current sensors and several temp sensors.  I need to lengthen the existing wire on the temp sensors by 6 feet and use 2/ 15'…Continue

Tags: Sensors

Started by Al Neese in General Discussion. Last reply by Al Neese Jul 8.

Set Network port settings programmatically 4 Replies

I am trying to write an application to interact with a LRR2x with the ME Firmware. The program works when I use the Connection Settings popup by calling the SettingPort() method.  I want to look up…Continue

Started by Jim Myers in Ethernet Hardware/Communications. Last reply by Al Neese Jul 3.



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New Applications Released

Hi Everyone,

I have been working my tail off developing new product packages. These Packages include our relay controllers and also sensors to go with them. These package pages give you everything you could possibly need to complete an application using our products. You can do everything from close a garage door automatically, to turn your lights on when it gets dark out, to turn on a fan based on current draw in a completely different location. NO SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT IS…


Posted by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer on March 18, 2010 at 9:51am

What has Travis Been doing?

Well Its been a rough week. I know I havnt been in contact as much as I would like. The reason is we are releasing products like we never have before. We also have just this year started producing our controllers with surface mount technology. This has proven to be a great system, however we have had to learn how to program, operate, maintain, and trouble shoot the machines. I have taken this on myself and has taken about 10 months to complete but I think we are on the downhill slop…


Posted by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer on March 5, 2010 at 5:43pm


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