What is needed to configure the EMU-1

What is needed to configure the EMU-1

The Actisense Toolkit configures the EMU-1 - please see the Toolkit Manual for further details of how to use this software.

For further information on the default configuration of the EMU-1, and using an NGT-1 to perform the configuration, please visit the following article:

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