How can I communicate with my dehydrator?

The NETCOM dehydrator 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, change the IP address,...

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Can I change the IP address ?

Yes, Establish communications with the dehydrator through the Ethernet interface (default IP address from the factory is 192.168.52.9) and navigate to the configuration page. Here you can change the IP address by either allowing the unit to “obtain IP address...

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Can I link two dehydrators together?

By default, a NETCOM is set as a slave so that it will accept commands from any other NETCOM dehydrators that has been configured as a master. To configure a NETCOM as a master establish communications with the dehydrator through the Ethernet interface (default IP...

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What does my NETCOM alarm code mean?

I have an alarm code displayed in my status window, what does it mean? The ADH NETCOM will display an alarm code when it detects an error, or parameter outside the set range.There are numerous alarm codes associated with different issues that could arise with the...

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Can I connect more than two dehydrators?

Yes you can connect multiple dehydrators, but this would require the use of an ASM-1 Smart Manifold. In this case, the Manifold is set as the Master to monitor and control the NETCOM’s that are attached to it. This application is used for large systems and can be set...

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What is the right dehydrator pressure setting?

The right pressure setting depends on the specification of your waveguide system. You should consult the waveguide manuals or manufacturer for pressure specifications. The waveguide should have both a bleed valve to allow air exchange and a pressure relief valve that...

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I occasionally get a high pressure alarm

A high pressure alarm can sometimes occur due to solar gain which is where a portion of the waveguide is exposed to direct sunlight during the heat of the day. The air inside the waveguide expands as it gets hotter causing a rise in pressure. You can confirm this by...

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Why do I keep getting the A12 dew point alarm?

The A12 dew point alarm means that the internal humidity sensor is detecting moisture in the canisters. Usually, an alarm may occur for a few seconds and reset itself before it is seen as the unit determines a need to regenerate a canister. At times with high outside...

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