Discussion of OutBack Power Technologies Products
I just received my first shipments of the MATE 3!!
I will soon be installing the first unit and will provide some feedback this week.
blackswan555 wrote:Anyone do Beta ?
mvrck wrote:For the SD Card, I chose to record data from MATE 3. I chose 5 second interval for now. Tonight I will see what 24 hours of data looks like on the SD card.
For the Ethernet Port, The manual says: "This feature is not implemented at this time."
I was able to go to setup menu and configured it and found an FTP server, TELNET service but no HTTP server. Of course, that is documented to be true. We will have to see when that will be available.
mvrck wrote:I have grown found of getting a daily status & immediate error condition emails from WattPlot, so I wonder how I will get that with the new MATE 3.
intellact wrote:Congratulations Maverick! This is very exciting. (I wish I had the contacts and esteem at OutBack that you have... )
tallgirl wrote:intellact wrote:Congratulations Maverick! This is very exciting. (I wish I had the contacts and esteem at OutBack that you have... )
He actually SELLS the equipment -- you and I just make stuff that talks to the equipment he sells.
Changes I'd make --
1). Smaller case.
2). Ability to route Ethernet and Hub connections from the bottom.
3). Smaller buttons relative to display size.
tallgirl wrote:The one negative that I foresee being a "Must Fix" is changing the case so that both the Hub and Ethernet connection exit from the bottom. I opened the case on my Mate 3 already (of course!) and feel there is plenty of room to re-arrange both RJ45 jacks to make this possible -- changing the mounting of the jack to be in-line with the PCB, then create a channel in the case so the cable can either make a 90* bend into the wall, or straight out the bottom.
mvrck wrote:I just installed .018 software on the MATE 3. That is kinda cool to be able to do that. I ran through a few menus, but I cannot tell what has changed.
I fear the train has already left the station on this one.
mvrck wrote:Tell us more about your poking to find out the OS upon which this MATE 3 rides.
mvrck wrote:I wonder if that file is the live file used by the system? That would be neat, especially from the stand point of being able to see what settings a customer has without having to go out there and write them down.
OutBack wrote:The config.xml file accessible from the FTP interface is just a copy. The software does not store the real copy on the Ethernet processor
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