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We’ve had several customers ask about using PoE splitters to power RLE devices, so we asked our Engineering Team to look into PoE options.  They researched and tested a wide variety of devices and have recommend two PoE solutions.  RLE does not stock or sell these PoE devices, but you can be assured that they … Continued

We’re changing the terminology we use when we talk about integrating devices via protocols. The terms Master and Slave will no longer be used at RLE. Devices communicating via Modbus will be referred to as Client and Server devices, in alignment with direction from the Modbus Organization, Inc.: “The organization is using “client-server” to describe … Continued

New firmware has been released for the WiNG-MGR v2. Note that this firmware is for the WiNG-MGR v2 and is NOT compatible with the WiNG-MGR. Firmware files are available on our Firmware Updates and MIB Files page. Firmware Updates and MIB Files page Firmware Release Notes – WiNG-MGR v2

New firmware has been released for the LD5200 and LD2100.  Firmware files are available on our Firmware Updates and MIB Files page. Firmware Updates and MIB Files page Firmware Release Notes – LD5200 Firmware Release Notes – LD2100

What Is An Isolated Power Supply and Which RLE Products Require One?   If you’re looking at RLE leak detection, you’ll notice that certain RLE controllers and products state a requirement for an isolated power supply.  Many users wonder about this requirement, and quite a few try to sidestep around it and then have issues with their … Continued

RLE Technologies customers often want to use our SD-R01 spot detector to drive an external load, like an audible alarm or a pump.  RLE does not currently have a leak detection product with a powered output. The SD-R01, like other RLE Technologies leak detection products, has a non-powered output: a Form C relay output. The … Continued

Previously, we discussed how to secure SeaHawk leak detection cable, or sensing cable, to floors and other surfaces (see Securing SeaHawk Leak Detection Cable to Floors). Another important tip is to be careful when installing the cable near air conditioners. Condensation can cause false leak alarms. If the cable must be installed near an air … Continued

Are you installing SeaHawk leak detection cable (sensing cable) and looking to find the best way to keep the cable where you want it? Secure SeaHawk leak detection cable (sensing cable) to the floor with J-clips (RLE part number JC). J-clips are designed specifically for use with SeaHawk sensing cable. In addition, you can use … Continued

Falcon Facilities Monitoring Systems are designed to allow your team to monitor your facilities from anywhere through the product’s Web interface. However, VPN users do sometimes encounter a hitch. They may log in to the VPN, enter the Falcon’s IP address and see the authentication prompt — but never see a Web page. To correct … Continued

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