NBB-115 & NBB-230 Network Boot Bars - User's Guide
Manual Switch Button: A Manual Control Button for the unit’s
switched plugs. To manually switch the plugs "On" or "Off", press and
hold the control button for approximately three seconds.
If desired, the Manual Switch Button can also be disabled as
described in Section 5.3.1.
When the Manual Switch Button is used, Boot / Sequence
Delay Times will be applied as described in Section
Ready Indicator: Flashes when the NBB is ready to receive
Activity Indicator: Flashes to indicate activity at the Network Port.
10Base-T (Network) Port: An RJ45 Ethernet Port for connection to
your TCP/IP network. The default IP Address is, for
more information, please refer to Section 5.3.4.
RS232 Console Port: A DB9, RS232 serial port (DTE), for connection
to a local terminal or external modem, as described in Section 4.3.
Switched Plugs and Plug Indicators:
Model NBB-115: Five (5) 115 VAC outlets, that can switch a total
of up to 15 Amps.
Model NBB-230: Five (5) 230 VAC outlets, that can switch a total
of up to 10 Amps.
Master Power Switch: This switch must be "On" in order for the NBB
to function. Note that this switch is not used to set the On/Off status of
the switched outlets.
Power Inlet: An IEC-320 AC inlet, which supplies power for the
NBB’s command functions and the switched plugs. Includes cable-
keeper (Not Shown.)
Model NBB-115: 115 VAC inlet.
Model NBB-230: 230 VAC inlet.
Circuit Breaker:
Model NBB-115: 115 VAC, 15 Amps.
Model NBB-230: 230 VAC, 10 Amps.
Rack Mounting Brackets: (Not Shown.) Brackets for mounting the
NBB to your equipment rack.
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