You should have:
The GridHub needs:
To be placed within 100m of GridNodes. Placement in a metal box will reduce range. Aerials are available to assist.
Plug the plug pack into a wall outlet and into the 6VAC input. Lights will flicker in a test pattern.
Plug Ethernet cable into GridHub.
The web light will come on solid once a reliable internet connection has been established.
Leave the GridHub ON
Screw the aerial plug into the corresponding fitting on the back of the GridHub. Tightening with fingers is sufficient.
Make sure the aerial stand is on a flat surface and as free of obstacles as possible. The aerial has a magnet, so it will attach to metal surfaces
If your kit comes with additional aerials for the GridNodes attach them in an identical manner.
Mount the GridNode near the installed CTs. Consider both the CTs cable and the radio range (see Grid Hub instructions).
Mount the 6VAC power supply and plug into both the GridNode and the wall outlet.
Plug the CT cables into the Node inputs, keeping note of the input number you use for each CT.
30 seconds after powerup the ‘RX’ light will flash to show the GridHub gathering data from the GridNode.
Repeat steps 1 - 4 with any additional GridNodes.
GridNodes come with wall-mounting feet that you can use as an alternative to DIN Rail. Push feet in and then mount as desired with screws (not provided).
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