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How do I configure inputs in Verify?
How do I configure inputs in Verify?

On units with firmware 63.08 and above you can customize the inputs to match your needs.

Updated over a week ago

Factory settings for the Trackunit Inputs are 9,5V and can be changed (down to 0,1V and up to 58V) by using Trackunit Verify. Change the inputs to accommodate local standards and to gain additional insights from your units.

You need to be the owner of the unit to configure the settings and have editing permission on your user. See how to manage user rights here

Configure inputs in Trackunit Verify

  1. Use your Trackunit Manager account details to sign in

  2. Enter your unit's serial number and click Find

  3. Scroll down to the Actions menu and click the Inputs Config button.

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  4. Set the desired trigger values on each input. We recommend at least 0,5V difference between high and low voltages. This will help reduce false positives.

    • High [V]: Trigger value when the voltage increases (9,5V by default).

    Between 0V and High [V], the input status will be OFF

    Between High [V] and 58V, the input status will be ON

    • Low [V]: Trigger value when the voltage decreases (7V by default)

    Between 58V and Low[V] the input status will be ON

    Between Low[V] and 0V the input status will be OFF

  5. Toggle the Invert slider to reverse the input.

    Note: When Invert is on it will cause the reading to flip the high/low voltages. For example, if a unit is set to high at 9,5V and low at 7V it will show as inactive when the input is 10V or above

  6. Use Input 5 to detect if the light sensor has been exposed to light and Input 6 to detect active relay

  7. Click Save to save and exit

Note: the Inputs config button will only appear on units with firmware version 63.08 and above.

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