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The Power Status LED indicates whether your Room Alert 32 is running on main power/PoE (solid green) or the internal battery backup (solid red).
This RJ-45 port connects your Room Alert 32 to your network via an RJ-45 Ethernet cable (shown above).
This port is PoE-enabled, so you may power your Room Alert 32 by connecting it to your PoE-enabled switch.
The WiSH Signal Strength LEDs on your legacy model Room Alert 32W indicate the signal strength of the last WiSH or WiSPR legacy sensor to communicate:
3 = strong signal
1 = weak signal
These 3 LEDs indicate “in use” status of:
- Built-in PoE
- WLAN (possible future use)
- GSM (possible future use)
These LEDs indicate the alarm or clear status of your Digital, Switch or WiSH (legacy model RA32W only) sensors:
Green = Clear
Red = Alarm
The Light Tower provides visual and audible alerting, while the Relay Switch can turn on and off up to 4 low-voltage electrical devices.
This set of ports accepts up to 2 low-voltage electrical devices, such as a fan or an air conditioner, so that your Room Alert 32 can turn them on and off in response to alarm conditions.
This RPSMA jack accepts the legacy model Room Alert 32W's antenna.
This button resets Room Alert to defaults. It clears out all of your custom entries, such as your password and static IP address.
In the On position, this button engages the Room Alert 32's built-in battery backup.
The battery backup is made up of 3 AAA Ni-MH batteries (shown above) and can power the Room Alert for up to 15 minutes if main power fails.
|Current S models||Current E models|
|Room Alert 32S||Room Alert 32E|
|Room Alert 12S||Room Alert 12E|
|Room Alert 4E|
|Room Alert 3E|
|Room Alert 3W at default credentials (Username: admin | Password: PASSWORD)|