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Introducing UCM06
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 Posted: Thursday Apr 8th, 2010 01:20 pm
   
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The UCM06 is the base board which can be converted to UCM/232, UCM/Ethernet, or UCM/USB by plugging in the submodule or daughterboards Rs232, ETH01 and USB01 respectively.
Normally the UCMs would be purchased as complete with the required interface. The UCM06 can be purchased as a spare or replacement, with the flexibility of connecting any of the 3 interface daughterboards. Installers may find it convenient to have the UCM06 and all the 3 interface daughterboards rather than to have complete UCMs of each type

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The RS232/PB which adds Rs232 interface to the UCM06 is shown here

Note that UCM/232 is the complete asembly of UCM06 + RS232/PB

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The ETH02 daughterboard adds Ethernet interface to the UCM06.
Note that the UCM/Eth02 is the complete assembly of UCM06 + ETH02


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The USB01 daughterboard adds Ethernet interface to the UCM06.
Note that the UCM/USB is the complete assembly of UCM06 + USB01

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Hi

How do default the ip address or give it give it a new one? i cant seem to find any instructions anywhere.:X

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phil



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Use Tibbo DSManager which you can download from the Software section on the Cytech website.

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