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Hi- Love the simple configuration of the TLR- 1X but I have not been able to go back into the Run or Configuration Mode to VIEW my previous events that were saved.I would appreciate the steps to get…Continue
I have a Reactor 8 channel board with 10A relays. Six relays are controlled by rotations; two relays are controlled by timers. I am sending in voltages to the A/D inputs thus the inputs are pulled…Continue
Started by John Reynolds in Reactor Series and Key Fob Series Hardware/Communications. Last reply by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer yesterday.
Hi guys-I have a manufacturing plant that is wanting to send a signal to the guard shack if a certain pump turns off. The guard shack is about a 1/4 mile from the main building. The controller for…Continue
Started by chris white in Which Controller for My Application yesterday.
Hello there,I really enjoy the product line.We had the relay set up to activate our equipment for a trade show and somehow something got mixed up on the wiring end and they managed to blow up the…Continue
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…Continue
Posted by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer on March 18, 2010 at 9:51am
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…Continue
Posted by TravisE NCD Technical Engineer on March 5, 2010 at 5:43pm