Yes, there is a relay output on the siteMonitor II that you can trigger via SNMP or web interface.
-- Christopher Tyler MTCRE/MTCNA/MTCTCE/MTCWE Total Highspeed Internet Services 417.851.1107 ----- Original Message ----- From: "Paul McCall" <pa...@pdmnet.net> To: email@example.com Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 11:11:20 AM Subject: [AFMUG] Sitemonitor Question with Relay My service manager seems to be struggling with using the Sitemonitor Relay contact to trigger a 48 Relay that we want to use to power cycle the whole tower if necessary. So, Packetflux states that the Relay control is maximum. 30v 1amp. So a little more than half the amps at 48v. So, in the past (lighter loads on towers) we used this to trigger an external relay and "open" the ground to the main power feed going up the tower. At 48v, we sometimes are around 2amp on the bigger towers, some perhaps a bit higher still. (with a 48v relay). We should be able to use the Sitemonitor to somehow accomplish it. Can anybody comment on this? Thanks! Paul McCall, President PDMNet, Inc. / Florida Broadband, Inc. 658 Old Dixie Highway Vero Beach, FL 32962 772-564-6800 pa...@pdmnet.net<mailto:pa...@pdmnet.net> www.pdmnet.com<http://www.pdmnet.com> www.floridabroadband.com<http://www.floridabroadband.com>