2.2. Back Panel
ÀBus B (Plugs5-8): Includes the following components:
A) Power Inlet with Cable Clamp: Supplies power for plugs 5 through 8.
B) Circuit Breaker: NPS-115: 15 Amps;
NPS-230: 10 Amps
C) Switched AC Outlets (5 - 8): Each outlet can switch up to 15 Amps (NPS-115) or 10
Amps (NPS-230). The total for all four outlets must not exceed 15 Amps for NPS-
115, or 10 Amps for NPS-230.
ÁBus A (Plugs1-4): Same as Item 1 above, except the Bus A Power Inlet supplies power
to plugs 1 through 4.
ÂMaster Power Switch: This switch must be in "On" in order for the NPS to function.
This switch is not used to set the On/Off status of the switched outlets.
ÃNetwork Port: An RJ45 Ethernet port for connection to your TCP/IP network. To
communicate via Network, you must first specify the IP Address, Subnet Mask and
Gateway Address as described in Section 4.6.
ÄDefault Button: Bypasses the password prompt as described in Section 4.2. Can also
reset unit to default settings as described in Section 3.7.
ÅOption Switches: A bank of four DIP Switches which select default settings for the baud
rate and other features.
ÆModem Port: A Male RS-232, DB9 Connector, DTE configuration. For connection to
an external modem.
ÇConsole Port: A Male RS-232, DB9 Connector, DTE configuration. For connection to a
NPS Series - Network Power Switches, User's Guide Unit Description
Figure 2: Back Panel (Model NPS-115 Shown)