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1 - Digital Input 1
ON
OFF
0.00 Hours
0 Counts
2 - Digital Input 2
ON
OFF
1,996.45 Hours
0 Counts
3 - Digital Input 3
ON
OFF
882.97 Hours
0 Counts
4 - Digital Input 4
ON
OFF
881.31 Hours
0 Counts
1 - Relay Output 1
ON
OFF
213.21 Hours
2 - Relay Output 2
ON
OFF
234.52 Hours
3 - Relay Output 3
ON
OFF
232.23 Hours
4 - Relay Output 4
ON
OFF
232.22 Hours
5 - Digital Input 5
ON
OFF
1,996.45 Hours
0 Counts
6 - Digital Input 6
ON
OFF
1,996.45 Hours
0 Counts
7 - Digital Input 7
ON
OFF
0.00 Hours
0 Counts
8 - Digital Input 8
ON
OFF
232.20 Hours
0 Counts
5 - Relay Output 5
ON
OFF
232.20 Hours
6 - Relay Output 6
ON
OFF
232.20 Hours
7 - Relay Output 7
ON
OFF
212.94 Hours
8 - Relay Output 8
ON
OFF
232.63 Hours
Channel Inputs Outputs
Enabled Show Enabled Show
Counter Usage Alarms Controls Usage Control
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

ON Color
OFF Color
Colors Reversed
Channel Inputs
Description On Text Off Text Counter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Channel Outputs
Description On Text Off Text
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Input Channel Configuration

Channel Invert Debounce (ms) Latch Conditioning Alarm
Enabled State LatchTime (secs) Enable Invert
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

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Input Channel Counters

Channel Counts Scale Count State Alarm 1 Alarm 2
Enable Limit HoldOff (msec) Enable Limit HoldOff (msec)
1
0
2
0
3
0
4
0
5
0
6
0
7
0
8
0

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Output Channel Configuration

Channel Initial Action (ms) Metering State Default Pulse (ms)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Channel Metering

Channel Hours Metering State Alarm
Enable Limit HoldOff (msec)
Input 1
0.00
Input 2
1,996.45
Input 3
882.97
Input 4
881.31
Input 5
1,996.45
Input 6
1,996.45
Input 7
0.00
Input 8
232.20
Relay 1
213.21
Relay 2
234.52
Relay 3
232.23
Relay 4
232.22
Relay 5
232.20
Relay 6
232.20
Relay 7
212.94
Relay 8
232.63

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AUX Serial Port

Baud Rate
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Parity
Flow Control
RS-485 Mode Enabled


COM Serial Port (RS-232)

Baud Rate
Data Bits
Stop Bits
Parity
Flow Control
Boot Dialog Enabled
Enable/Configure Registered Applications

Modbus Server 1.6 (Slave)
Serial Control Plus 5.0
Serial-to-Ethernet Server 5.3
Slave Service 1.4
SNMP 2.3
Task Manager 7.0
Email Default/Custom Profile Setup

Select
eMail Profile: <default>
ToAddress
CcAddress
BccAddress
Subject
Message
Message File
Attachments
Signature
Email Server and Account Setup

Mail Server
From Address
SMTP Username
Port
SMTPS
Retry Count
Retry Delay (mins)
Event Services Enabled

OnBoot Events Enabled
System
Boot
Run Apps
Email Enable
Email Profile
OnAlarm Events Enabled
Input
Alarm
Email Enable
Email Profile
OnAlarm1 Events Enabled
Counter
Alarm1
Email Enable
Email Profile
OnAlarm2 Events Enabled
Counter
Alarm2
Email Enable
Email Profile
OnUsage Events Enabled
Usage
Meter
Email Enable
Email Profile
OnConfig Events Enabled
Config
Change
Email Enable
Email Profile
IPv4 Configuration

DHCP Enabled
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway IP
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
DNS Timeout (ms)
MTU
TTL
Keepalive Time (s)
Interval (s)
Retry
Socket Connect Timeout

Hostname
Local Domain
NTP Server
Syslog Server
Security Parameters

SSL Enabled
SSL Required
Allowed IP Addresses
Web Server Configuration

Server Enabled
HTTP Port
HTTPS SSL Port

Login Enabled
Anonymous User Name/ID

Root Folder
Default Pages
Additional Search Paths
Sensor Port - External Modules

Click Assignment column to change relay group

rescan


JNIOR Protocol Server Configuration

Server Enabled
Port
Login Required
Anonymous User Name/ID
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Server Configuration

Server Enabled
Port
Anonymous User Name/ID
Unix Listing Style
Telnet Command Console Server Configuration

Server Enabled
Port

No Active Session

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INTEG Proces Group, Inc.
2919 East Hardies Road, 1st Floor
Gibsonia, PA 15044
1-724-933-9350 www.integpg.com

The Dynamic Configuration Pages (DCP) are designed to support JNIOR Series 4 implementations running under JANOS v1.6 and later. These are dynamic HTML5 pages utilizing the standard client-side JavaScript supported by your browser. This site is served by the JANOS WebServer and generated using the JANOS version of PHP scripting. All real-time interaction is supported through the JANOS built-in Websocket connection. The JNIOR may be fully maintained through this one site depending upon configuration and user permissions. Secure access using TLSv1.2 is fully supported.

On-line Community

Visit jnior.com for the latest documentation, direct access to INTEG designers, and 24/7 support.

Documentation

The JNIOR is configured through a series of Registry settings. The Registry Key Assignments document describes all of the configuration settings. In many cases the DCP will display the relavant Registry key when you hover over a setting in the Configuration section. Additional infrequently required settings may be found in the document. Note that the current Registry content may be viewed with the REG command. The /flash/jnior.ini file serves as a backup. This file is auto-generated and must not be overwritten or modified.

Applications are developed using Java and must be solely built against the JANOS runtime library /etc/JanosClasses.jar. An extended JAR file containing JavDoc and source detail is available by request. This is extrememly useful when used within a development environment. INTEG will fully support customers in developing applications and can provide development services.

For Web development JANOS implements a PHP-like server-side scripting facility. This offers a subset of PHP functionality. The details are fully documented and available upon request.

JANOS supports a built-in Websocket service providing real-time data and interaction. Documentation is also available upon request. The built-in Websocket replaces the JNIOR Protocol which remains available. Documentation for the legacy JNIOR Protocol can be supplied. JANOS provides for highly customizable network communications. External applications may communicate with applications running under JANOS which themselves can be developed as servers. Contact INTEG for details.

Timezone Corrections and Customization

JANOS includes a default set of timezones. If the timezone defined for your locale is inaccurate or missing, you may use a custom timezone. If you need to adjust a timezone or create one, let us know. We may include the definition as a default in a future JANOS release.

Known DCP Issues

Due to variations in browser technologies the following issues may be encountered. Results are best obtained using Chrome.

  1. Keyboard input is not functional for the Console tab on mobile devices running Android.
  2. Files may be dragged into but not out of the Folders tab when using Mozilla FireFox or Internet Explorer.
  3. Anonymous login cannot be fully achieved when using Internet Explorer.

INTEG welcomes all performance reports.

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Dynamic Configuration Pages (DCP) v2.2

Create/Edit Registry Key


Key: (Complete/Alter the key)


Content: (Enter/Edit content)



JNIOR requires login


Username:


Password:



Add new eMail Profile


Enter Profile Name:




Enter Password:



Reenter Password:



Reassign 4ROUT Module with ID as
ROUT 9-12
ROUT 13-16

(ID: )

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