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2.2. Back Panel
ÀPower Inlet: Supplies power for the TPS's command functions and the two switched plugs.
ÁCircuit Breaker:
TPS-2: 115 VAC, 15 Amps.
TPS-2CE: 230 VAC, 10 Amps.
ÂMaster Power Switch: This switch must be in "On" in order for the TPS to function. This switch
is not used to set the On/Off status of the switched outlets.
ÃNetwork Port and Activity Indicator: 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.
Note: The TPS features a 10BaseT Interface. When connecting the TPS to a 100BaseT
interface, note that most router switches will autosense to determine if the device is 100BaseT
or 10BaseT, and then configure the network interface accordingly. If your router switch does
not autosense, then the network interface port must be manually set to 10BaseT.
ÄSwitched AC Outlets:
TPS-2 (115 VAC): Each outlet can switch up to 15 Amps. Total for both outlets must not
exceed 15 Amps.
TPS-2CE (230 VAC): Each outlet can switch up to 10 Amps. Total for both outlets must not
exceed 10 Amps.
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 local PC.
ÈDefault Button: Resets the unit to default settings as described in Section 3.7.
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TPS Series Telnet Power Switches; User's Guide Unit Description
Figure 2: Back Panel (115 VAC Model Shown)
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