How can I communicate with my ASM-1 Smart Manifold?

The ASM-1 Smart Manifold can communicate via Ethernet, RS422 and RS232. The Ethernet interface provides the best communications and control of the dehydrator by providing a web based interface. Through this interface, you can monitor the system,...

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How do I setup my ASM-1 Smart Manifold?

The setup of the ASM-1 smart manifold can be done with the following steps:

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Why is there a plug in port number 8?

by David Mays | Jul 26, 2017 |

ASM-1 FAQs, bleed valve, high, NETCOM, pressure, testing

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Actually, there isn't a plug in port number 8, it is a bleed. If you examine it very closely you will notice that there is a small hole in the middle of it. This is used by the Smart Manifold to bleed off pressure if it senses that it is too high...

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Can I hook up an older ADH-2ACom or ADH-3Com to the Smart Manifold?

by David Mays | Jul 26, 2017 |

ASM-1 FAQs, IP address, Manifold, output, smart manifold

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Yes, but then you will need to set the unit's port as an input with no IP address. The Smart Manifold will monitor it but will have no control over ADH-2ACom or ADH-3Com other than to be able to open and shut its output through the manifold.

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Will the Smart Manifold monitor moisture?

by David Mays | Jul 26, 2017 |

ASM-1 FAQs, dehydrator, Manifold, moisture, pressure

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No. The Smart Manifold monitors the pressure from each dehydrator and directs it to the appropriate port. Each of the dehydrators is responsible for monitoring its own moisture levels and dealing with it accordingly.

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Why does the Smart Manifold keep shutting off my output port?

The Smart Manifold runs a series of tests at intervals you determine during the setup process in the test “Parameters and Control” page.  One of these is an output kill leak rate. If this rate is set too low or you develop a leak in the system you...

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