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FAQArchitecture How does Vigilohm System behave in a network with Normal Feed and Backup Power?

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FAQArchitecture How does Vigilohm System behave in a network with Normal Feed and Backup Power?

Refer to this document: FAQ_ How does Vigilohm System behave in a network with Normal Feed and Backup Power.pptx - Box

 

-You have the possibility to power supply the Vigilohm devices with the network that they monitor. If it's the case, and the network is out of power for 15s, it means that the Vigilohm modules are  going to be power cycled.

- Vigilohm is not affected by the fact that there is a power outage. We can still measure the network resistance/ capacitance. In addition, if the power outage is about 15min, it is less then vigilohm response time. You will not get faulty alarms.

-If you have 2 XM300, there behavior will change (pilot / injector / excluded).