Aviosys Frequently Asked Questions

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A place for all of your Aviosys related Frequently Asked Questions about the full range of IP Power networked power switches.

The IP Power switches can be controlled using a Smartphone browser with Internet access. The PowerTxt and PowerTxtDuo use a SIM card. There is no single model that has both interfaces.
on 14 Jul 2016
Yes. We supply these with either a UK or an EU power supply depending on where the customer is located, and can also supply with the C13 power supplies to connect devices as in this link Aviosys IP Power 9258S.
on 11 Nov 2016
The NetPower is compatible with Windows XP, Vista or Windows 7.
on 14 Jul 2016
The idea is that by monitoring voltage and current you can measure the energy use of the attached device.
on 21 Jul 2016
Yes, you just need a commando socket with a C13 (kettle type) power lead to plug into the Aviosys device and a commando socket at the other end of the power lead.
on 21 Jul 2016
No. Aviosys ceased manufacturing the IP9258-1U some time ago. They have replaced it with the IP9820 unit.
on 21 Jul 2016
No. Aviosys ceased manufacture some time ago. It has been replaced by the IP9820 unit.
on 21 Jul 2016
No. Aviosys ceased manufacture some time ago. It has been replaced by the IP9820 unit.
on 21 Jul 2016
Many of the Aviosys models have an auto ping feature. The units are able to continuously ping an external ip address of your choosing. If one or more pings fail, then you can specify which port you want to have the power recycled ie switched off then on again. The port you choose should be the power port of your broadband router.
on 21 Jul 2016
All of the ethernet based Aviosys remote power switches support operation through a telephone line and modem.
on 21 Jul 2016
The IP9258UK connects to the network using an RJ45 connector only. The IP9858DX model has both RJ45 and WifI connections.
on 21 Jul 2016
Yes. The IP9255 will cycle the power when one or a number of pings fail. Perfect for rebooting an unreliable broadband router at a remote site.
on 21 Jul 2016
The maximum power load is 6 Amps per socket, with a maximum of 10 Amps for the whole unit.
on 21 Jul 2016
Yes. The closest model to the Net Power 8800 supporting an ethernet network is the IP9255 and the IP9255PRO.
on 21 Jul 2016
We can supply the Aviosys IP Power 9258S and 9258SP units with either UK or EU plugs. We also have a small number of US plugs if required. The price is the same for all plug types.
on 21 Jul 2016
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