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Yes, Sepam series 80 remote control and remote setting can be protected by passwords.
A first password may be used to protect remote control and a second one to protect remote setting.
Different passwords can be used for each communication port.
The passwords are set up via the SFT2841 using the "Sepam unit" icon.