I can't get my PS5-22V to send out any signal.
this is an infrastructure scheme because it involves not just radios associating with each other but
also a bridge to an external service the 'backbone' network.Your link appears to have a low signal
level for such a short path. I would have expected 5 to 10dB higher. You don't mention your rf setting; I'll assume 23dB.These radios do have a narrow 6deg beam,so that could be an issue. You don't mention your ACK settings, so I can't guess at that.You don't mention your bandwidth settings or the QOS reported by the radios.Two questions perhaps obvious Have you upgraded to the latest firmware? Have you made a speed test at the 'backbone' if so, does it show 10Mbps?
A couple of quick notes First, you're running very old firmware two full levels below current. Update.
Your SNR is low--especially for a short link. It appears you have interference also indicated by a low CCQ number.Do a site survey (from each end) and try to find a channel with less activity.Your rf level is at maximum; radios don't work at their best like that. I would try at least 3dB lower.Of course this will lower your received signal, which is already low. Something is sour in your path; try moving the radios a foot or three in any direction.
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on Feb 01, 2012
I have 5 PS Double Pole Single Through Toggle
There are two type lighted switches. One is called
the pilot light switch and the other is called an
indicator lighted switch. One application for the pilot
light would be to tell you if you have the basement
lights on. It would be located upstairs in the house
near the closed basement door. This way you would
know if someone is doing the laundry downstairs
without opening the door because the neon would
illuminate when the lights were on.
The indicator switch would be used in for areas
that you want someone to find the switch in the
dark. like a elderly persons room. (it is also good
as a night light). I wouldn't worry too much about
it burning out, Neon can last over 15 yrs !
Ps P&s Double...
on Jun 06, 2010
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