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NetBotz 355 | Physical Description

Issue:
   Physical Description of the NetBotz 355 and 355A

Product Line:
   NetBotz version 3
      - Wall Monitor 355
      - Wall Monitor 355A

Environment:
   NetBotz 355/355A (all firmware versions)

Resolution:

Physical Description - Front



 
Item Description
1 Vented internal sensors Vented opening for airflow, temperature, and humidity sensors.
2 Network link LED Shows the status of the network connection. Blinks to indicate network traffic (green = connected at 10 Mbps; yellow = connected at 100 Mbps).
3 Power LED Indicates whether the unit is receiving power (green = receiving power; dark = not receiving power)
4 Camera LED Blinks steadily when the integrated camera is active.
5 Alert LED Indicates the alert status of the system.  When more than one alert exists, the most severe will be indicated.
- Flashing once every eight seconds = Informational
- Flashing one very four seconds = Warning
- Flashing once every two seconds = Error
- Flashing once every second = Critical
- Flashing twice per second = Failure
6 Temperature display - Displays the current temperature from 0 to 99 in Centigrade or Fahrenheit. The Temperature reading comes from the internal temperature sensor. If the temperature exceeds 99, the display will flash 99.
- When the unit first receives power, displays the unique identifier number for one minute.
- If an alert exists, flashes at the same rate as the Alert LED.
- During firmware upgrade, displays 88.
7 Lens housing Must be removed to change the focus of the integrated camera.

Physical Description - Back
Item Description
1 Sensor ports (4) Used for connecting APC by Schneider Electric sensors, third-party dry-contact sensors, and standard third-party 0-5 V sensors. Third-party dry-contact state sensors require the NetBotz Dry Contact Cable (NBES0304). Standard third-party 0-5 V sensors require the NetBotz 0-5 V Sensor Cable (NBES0305).
2 10/100 Base-T network port Provides for a 10/100 Base-T network connection and power through Power-over-Ethernet (PoE). (The appliance operates at 100 Base-T only.) Status and link LEDs indicate network traffic:
- Status LED: blinks orange and green at start-up, then indicates the status of the network connection (solid green = IP address established; blinking green = attempting to obtain an IP address).
- Link LED: blinks to indicate network traffic (green = connected at 10 Mbps; orange = connected at 100 Mbps).
3 USB port Used to configure the appliance.
4 Reset Used to restart the appliance.

The complete NetBotz 455 Installation and Quick Configuration Manual can be found here.
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