While we are always available one-on-one to answer any questions and/or discuss how JNIOR can help your company, we wanted to answer some of the more frequently asked questions.

Contact INTEG Process Group for additional assistance with your Technical Questions and General Questions.

General Questions

Where is the JNIOR manufactured?

The JNIORs and Expansion Modules are made in the USA.

What does “JNIOR” stand for?

JNIOR (pronounced “junior”) is a Network I/O Resource utilizing the Java™ platform.

What are the JNIOR Certifications?

TUV Safety Mark (IEC, EN 60950), CE Mark, FCC Class B, CB Scheme Available, RoHS Compliant.

How much does the JNIOR weigh?

11 ounces (312 grams).

What is the warranty on JNIOR?

2 years.

Technical Questions

How does the JNIOR internal time clock keep current?

The JNIOR has NTP (Network Time Protocol) capability.  You can enter an IP address (or URL) and the JNIOR will sync its time when it boots up with that computer. It will continue to sync it every 4 hours.

Do JNIOR Expansion Modules need power?

No. The modules draw their power via the Sensor Port on the JNIOR.

How many Expansion Modules can be connected to one JNIOR?

Multiple plug-and-play expansion modules can be daisy-chained to the JNIOR via the Sensor Port.  The exact number of modules that can be connected is a function of the mix of expansion modules being used.  Each module draws differing amounts of current. Please contact INTEG with your proposed mix of expansion modules.

What programming language do I use to program the JNIOR?

The applications on the JNIOR are developed using Java, but we have standard applications included with each JNIOR that meet a variety of needs so 99% of our customers do not actually do any programming on the JNIOR! But if you want to add your own software, we would be glad to help you get started.

What is the recommended power for the JNIOR?

We recommend 12 Volts DC at 1 Amp.  Although the JNIOR can handle 12 – 24 VDC or AC for the JNIOR power supply.

The JNIOR digital inputs and relay outputshandle 0 – 60 volts DC or AC.