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Virtual outputs in Poseidon2 and Damocles2 units allows to use outputs from different Poseidon2 and Damocles2 units (Box2Box). De facto we are talking about similar feature, which was based on SNMP traps, only in case of Virtual outputs the communication runs more reliable way via TCP/IP protocol, it is repeated (done each 60s), secured and all functions work this way too, conditions and features same as with physical outputs.

The SensDesk portal supports a new feature for controlling device outputs using the portal web interface. Simply flip a switch in the SensDesk.com web interface, and in a few seconds, a relay at the device flips, too. This Application Note details the advantages and limitations of the CheckPeriod function.

Poseidon2 and Damocles2 devices support, since FW version 2.0.15, secure https communication with the user (WEB) as well as using XML. This Application Note explains how to use HTTPS and manage certificates.

For work with Microsoft Azure MQTT protocol is used with Poseidon2 and Damocles2 units. It is necessary to have FW 3.2.6 and higher

MQTT is a lightweight TCP/IP protocol designed for use in IoT applications or in situations where many external devices send data to a central hub. The central hub can aggregate data and further distribute them to all subscribed devices.
This Application Note describes how to use the MQTT protocol together with broker.mqttdashboard.com and the TT3 application.

The netGSMfunction is designed for sharing one GSM modem connected to one unit with other devices on the same network. This means that more Poseidon units can send Alarm SMS using one GSM modem thus reducing network topology and costs.