Yes. There is an on/off switch that can be used turn the light off.
Yes. There is a switch that can be used to select the color of your choice by pressing the button once when the color comes up. You can turn the light off by pressing the button twice.
There is a photosensor that will turn on the night light once the room reaches a certain level of darkness. It will turn off once the light in the room comes back.
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Outdoor design provides outdoor mounting and durable, weather-proof casing to protect an FTTx/Telecom unit.
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Problems: 1. No AC output – Red LED lit. 2. No AC output – Green LED not lit. 3. Motorized power tool will not operate.
Button or keyhole mounting is a toolless feature designed to speed up the installation process of vertically mounting power distribution units (PDU) and cable management ducts in a rack. The button mounts are installed on the back of equipment prior to installation, while the keyhole mounting points can be found alongside the rack. TECHNICAL SUPPORT More >
Problems: 1. No AC output – Yellow & Green LED lit 2. No AC output – Red & Green LED lit 3. No AC output – Green LED not lit 4. Buzzer Alarm 5. Motorized power tool will not operate
A rack unit, U or RU is a unit of measurement that describes the height of equipment designed to mount in a 19″ rack. Racks offer room for equipment that is 19″ wide, and have variable heights, which are expressed in rack units. One rack unit (1U) is 1.75″ (44.45 mm) of vertical space, or More >
Problem: No AC output power Possible Causes: 1. Poor contact with the DC power outlet. 2. The vehicle’s electrical system requires ignition to be on. 3. The vehicle’s DC power outlet fuse is blown. 4. Over-heating of the power inverter. 5. The vehicle’s battery voltage is below 11 volts. 6. The vehicle’s battery input voltage More >