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 Posted: Tuesday Jan 7th, 2020 12:34 pm
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I think I did do that in the past but I will do it again. I think I only pulled power to my main panel though (which has the GSM module) and not the separate supply to my SEP panel. You could imagine some quirky behaviour if both lose power, or something like that. I will try and also disconnect the network cable from the ETH module as when I lose power that would also effectively lose it's connection, just in case that makes any difference. I'll report back in a few days...



 Posted: Wednesday Jan 8th, 2020 01:48 am
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I will try and also disconnect the network cable from the ETH module as when I lose power that would also effectively lose it's connection, just in case that makes any difference.
Do not disconnect the ETH03 as that would mean we would not be able to monitor the GSM status
The battery shpuld powere up the Comfort and UCM modules, they should not lose power



 Posted: Wednesday Jan 8th, 2020 09:28 am
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yes, okay, good point. I just meant as an optional test (after I've checked signal levels etc) to see if that's the trigger for making the GSM module start to fail



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