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by anonymous
Goodmorning, I'm confused about input pins of RUT955.

I have input line on power socket, I suppose relative ground is the same of power socket, actually I'm using this on RUT230 and RUT240.

On RUT955 there are also other input pins:
Pin 1 = digital input (only for passive sensors)
Pin 6 = digital & analog input
Pin 2 = digital input (isolated)
Pin 7 = GND for digital input (isolated)

Are GND (power connector) and Pin 6 the same?
Are there available input pins schematics?
Can I get input values using snmp? On wiki RUT955_SNMP I can't find snmp values for input....

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by anonymous


Thank you for your question,

There are 3 grounds (Pins 6, 7 and 8) in the terminal.

Pin 6 grounds Digital Input (Pin 1) and Analog input (Pin 9).

Here is more information on this topic:

You can monitor I/O data using SNMP.

Download MIB file at Services -> SNMP -> SNMP settings. (You may have to install SNMP package)

Then using any MIB browser load it and connect to your device.

Go to -> io and expand it, or alternatively use OID . for the general io directory.

I'll include an example picture.

More about SNMP here:

If you have any questions regarding this, feel free to ask.

Sincerely, Justas.