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Version: 14.0

TNP Slave Mode

Normally the TNP screen shows the "Home screen" which displays the connection status and IP address of the two Ethernet ports on the device. Buttons across the top allow you to configure the device. The

Exit button always takes you back to the previous menu.

TNP Home Screen


The setup screen allows you to configure network port settings, and node settings for the overall device by tapping Network Settings or Node Settings.

Network Settings

To edit the TNP's network settings:

  1. Select which Ethernet port you want to configure

TNP - Setup - Network Settings Screen

  1. You can then enable or disable DHCP, set IP address and Subnet mask using the number buttons, or set a fixed (automatically generated) 2.*.*.* or 10.*.*.* IP address.

TNP - Setup - Network Settings - IP Settings Screen

  1. Tap Save Settings button to store the changes.

Node Settings

For Node Settings you can change the legend of the device and the line colour. This is shown on the top line of the device and on all TitanNet pages on connected devices. It helps you identify the device when you use the TitanNet overview on the console.

TNP - Setup - Node Settings - Node Line Colour Screen

Locking the TNP

The Lock screen displays a keypad and asks you to enter a lock code. When the device is locked, the screen shows "Locked" and shows a keypad to unlock.

TNP Lock Screen


Currently there is only one option on the Tools screen, "Monitor". This allows you to monitor the processing load of the device. You can select to monitor either cycle time or render time.

TNP - Tools - Monitor - Cycle Time Screen