Poseidon Poseidon 1250 Starting Guide 2. Poseidon 1250 Manual 7. Poseidon model Manual

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Starting Guide -

Start measuring quickly with a Poseidon unit

Poseidon 1250 THset package

contents:

• Poseidon unit, model 1250 [600

• HTemp-485 temp/humidity sensor [600 106]

• “Sensor RJ45 MIDDLE” cable [600

• Door contact [600 119]

• 12V power supply adapter [600

• Hardcopy of this “Starting Guide”

• CD with documentation, manual and software

1) Connecting the Poseidon 1250

• Connect the supplied “Sensor RJ45 MIDDLE” cable to the “HTemp GND (-) = brown/white, Vcc

RS485 (A) = (blue/white + green

• The green POWER LED lights up.

• If the Ethernet connection works properly, the green LINK LED lights up and flashes whenever data are transferred (activity indication).

Connect the unit to the Ethernet (use a standard cable to connect to a switch, or a cross-over cable to connect to a PC) Use terminals 1 and 2 to connect the door contact or other Dry Contact sensor

Connect the power supply adapter via the supplied cable to the power supply connector

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Poseidon 1250 THset

Start measuring quickly with a Poseidon unit

Poseidon 1250 THset package

Poseidon unit, model 1250 [600 006] 485 temp/humidity sensor

“Sensor RJ45 MIDDLE” cable [600 233]

12V power supply adapter [600 080] Hardcopy of this “Starting Guide”

documentation, manual and

Connecting the Poseidon 1250

Connect the supplied “Sensor RJ45 MIDDLE” cable to the “HTemp-485” sensor: Vcc (+) = brown

blue/white + green), RS485 (B) = (green/white + blue

The green POWER LED lights up.

If the Ethernet connection works properly, the green LINK LED lights up and flashes whenever data are transferred (activity indication).

(use a standard cable to connect to a switch, or a Use terminals 1 and 2 to connect the door

via the supplied cable to the power supply connector

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485” sensor:

green/white + blue),

If the Ethernet connection works properly, the green LINK LED lights up and flashes whenever

Connect the HTemp-485 humidity and temperature sensor (Port 1 – RS-485).

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2) Configuring the IP address – UDP Config

The UDP Config executable file is located in the root folder of the CD, or it can be downloaded at

www.HW-group.com. Run UDP Config. The program automatically searches for connected devices.

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The program searches for devices on your local network. To identify a particular Poseidon unit, look at its MAC address (printed on the label at the bottom of the unit).

Double-click a MAC address to open a dialog window with basic device settings.

Set the:

• IP address

• Set the HTTP Port

• Set the Mask of your network

• Set the Gateway IP address

• Optionally set the device Name

Note: If you don’t know these details or are not sure, please contact your network administrator.

Click Apply Changes to save the entered values to the Poseidon unit.

Alternatively, you can use the following ways to configure the IP address:

UDP Config for Linux

Hercules utility (/Hercules.exe) (UDP Setup or Serial port terminal)

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3) Accessing and configuring the Poseidon with a web browser

Enter the device IP address to the web browser, or run UDP Config and click the device IP address in the list of detected devices:

The following web page displays:

Device IP address

Overview of

connected sensors, current values, alarm conditions, etc. Dry Contact states

Graphic Flash Setup, see next page

Vendor information

(customizable, see TCP Setup)

SNMP MIB file, XSD definition file,

firmware update over TCP

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4) Flash Setup feature

Click the Flash Setup link at the web page to open a graphic version of the setup utility. Adobe

Flash player must be installed in your web browser. You can find it on the supplied CD

(\Poseidon\install_flash_player_7.msi), or download the latest version from the Internet.

Flash Setup allows you to:

• Set names for sensors and values for raising alarm (“Safe range”)

• Select units for displaying temperature (°C, °F, °K )

• Monitor current sensor values, values are refreshed at predefined intervals

• Set SNMP parameters (Community names & rights), define targets for SNMP Traps

• Set device name, password, and secure IP address range

More information about the settings is available in the manual and on our web page www.HW-group.com

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5) Connecting the sensors

IT Bus sensors (1-Wire)

Short distance bus for local sensors wiring.

• To connect a single sensor: Connect the sensor to the Pose Port2 RJ12.

• To connect 2 to 10 sensors: Connect the sensor to the T

the connector must click-in

Connect the hub to the Poseidon.

• Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click

Sensors on the Sensor Setup

Industrial bus sensors (RS-485)

Long distance bus for connecting industrial sensors.

Connect the Temp-485 or HTemp connector).

Terminate the RS-485 line

sensors (e.g. Temp-485) contain a built jumper or a DIP switch (TERM = ON).

Verify or set the sensor address

When adding a new sensor, use an address that is not used by any other to the same bus.

• If your sensor has no jumpers to set the address, find its pre

device label. If necessary, see the sensor manual for the procedure to change the sensor address.

• Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click

Sensors on the Sensor Setup tab.

Note: Sensor address is specified as an uppercase or lowercase letter, or as a number from 65 (“A”) to 122 (“z”). The sensor address

Poseidon WWW interface as well as in the Flash setup. Sensor functionality is bound to the RS

same address can be swapped without the need for a new detection.

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5) Connecting the sensors

Short distance bus for local sensors wiring.

To connect a single sensor: Connect the sensor to the Poseidon –

To connect 2 to 10 sensors: Connect the sensor to the T-Box (TBox2)

in to make a proper connection.

Connect the hub to the Poseidon.

Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click Sensor Setup tab.

Long distance bus for connecting industrial sensors.

HTemp-485 sensor to Port 3 (RJ45

with a 120 Ω to 470 Ω terminator. Some 485) contain a built-in terminator controlled with a jumper or a DIP switch (TERM = ON).

set the sensor address using jumpers on the sensor.

When adding a new sensor, use an address that is not used by any other

If your sensor has no jumpers to set the address, find its pre-set address on the device label. If necessary, see the sensor manual for the procedure to change the

Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click on the Sensor Setup tab.

Sensor address is specified as an uppercase or lowercase letter, or as a number from 65 (“A”) to 122 (“z”). The sensor address is displayed in the Poseidon WWW interface as well as in the Flash setup.

Sensor functionality is bound to the RS-485 address. Sensors with the same address can be swapped without the need for a new detection.

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Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click Autodetect

rminator. Some in terminator controlled with a

When adding a new sensor, use an address that is not used by any other sensor connected

set address on the device label. If necessary, see the sensor manual for the procedure to change the

Open the WWW interface of the Poseidon, start the Flash Setup, and click Autodetect

Sensor address is specified as an uppercase or lowercase letter, or as a is displayed in the

485 address. Sensors with the same address can be swapped without the need for a new detection.

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1 -W ir e R S -4 8 5 E th e rn e t Port 1 RJ45 Binary Input Power 12V DC

Poseidon 1250

Temp-485-Pt100 Current loop 4-20mA Pt100 HTemp-485 Temperature Temp-485 Temp-485 Temperature Sensors INTERNET (INTRANET) SNMP trap WEB (HTML) SNMP XML U p t o 2 0 m U p t o 1 .0 0 0 m Humidity Email Alarm ale rt Alarm ale rt Alarm ale rt

Poseidon 1250 – Manual

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Ordering numbers

OID Product name Product description

600 006 Poseidon model 1250 Poseidon unit, model 1250

600 042 Poseidon 1250 Tset Poseidon 1250 start set, power adaptor, CD, temperature sensor

600 043 Poseidon 1250 THset Poseidon 1250 start set, power adaptor, temp. sensor, humidity sensor

Special versions

• Power adapter connects to terminals instead of a jack socket

• Dry Contact inputs galvanically isolated from the power supply

• Please contact us for pricing and delivery dates

OID Product name Product description

600 227 Poseidon model 1250a Power connector = jack, contact inputs galvanically isolated

600 228 Poseidon model 1250b Power connector = terminals, contact inputs NOT galvanically isolated

600 229 Poseidon model 1250c Power connector = terminals, contact inputs galvanically separated

Safety information

The device complies with regulations and industrial standards in force in the Czech Republic. The device has been tested and is supplied in working order. To keep the device in this condition, it is necessary to adhere to the following safety and maintenance instructions.

In particular, the device must not be used anymore under any of the following conditions:

• The device is noticeably damaged

• The device does not function properly

• Unfastened parts can move inside the device

• The device was exposed to moisture or rain

• The device was serviced by unauthorized personnel

• The power adapter or power supply cable are noticeably damaged

The manufacturer warrants the device only if it is powered by the supplied power adapter or an approved power supply.

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Table of Contents

POSEIDON 1250 – MANUAL ... 7 Ordering numbers ... 8 Safety information ... 8 Table of Contents ... 9 Basic features ... 11 Application examples ... 12 Sensors ... 12

Overview of the Poseidon product line 13 Poseidon models... 13

General Poseidon family features ... 15

Supported interfaces ... 17

Technical characteristics 18 Mechanical dimensions ... 20

Detailed device description ... 21

User interface 31 UDP config ... 33 WEB interface ... 34 Flash setup ... 37 TCP Setup ... 53 Serial setup ... 59 Firmware Update... 60

Sensors for Poseidon 61 Accessories for sensor connecting ... 62

Temperature sensors ... 63

Sensors humidity... 64

Voltage and current sensors ... 65

Outputs ... 65

On/Off type sensors ... 66

Special accessories ... 66

Sample solutions and connections 67 Connecting 10 sensors to IT Bus ... 67

Poseidon Spider – bus converter ... 68

Using the Industrial Bus – star topology ... 69

Using the Industrial Bus – daisy chain ... 70

Software 71 Using Poseidon units in your programs 72 Poseidon & Damocles Installation Wizard ... 72

PosDamIO – Command line control ... 73

HWg SDK ... 74

Poseidon unit – formats and interfaces 81 SMS – interface description ... 81

Email – interface description ... 82

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Connectors and connections 99

Industrial Bus (RS-485) connections ... 100

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Poseidon model 1250

The Poseidon 1250 connects up to 42 sensors (temperature, humidity, voltage, current and others) and 3 binary inputs (contact) to Ethernet over HTTP (WWW and XML pages) over SNMP, Modbus/TCP protocols and sends Emails or SNMP Traps to notify of the Alarm.

3 inputs to connect break-type contact are fitted on the box, the other sensors are connecting over RS-485 (RJ45 connector/ up to 1000m) and IT Bus (RJ12 connector/ up to 10m).

Basic features

• Graphic WWW interface for configuration, no special SW needed.

One Poseidon 1250 unit monitors up to 42 external sensors.

Alert of Alarm - Email, SNMP Trap, and SMS (via supplied SW).

• Wide range of sensors from inexpensive ones to professional sensors, over up to 1000m. Open communication protocols (SNMP, XML, Modbus/TCP and others)

Safety increased with password, IP address range, HW protection against configuration

changes.

• The Poseidon 1250 directly controls two outputs and it can be used to connect two external relays.

Package of supporting programs and utils (PN Eye, Pos-Excel, Alarm Forwarder etc.)

SDK (Software Development Kit) SW development library + examples (VB, Delphi, C, C#)

We supply software for food industry (CapTemp), IT monitoring (nmsDashboard) a others

• Support of plug-in modules for many NMS applications (LoriotPro, HP OpenView, Nagios, IBM Tivoli, SNMPc, MRTG and others).

• The latest FirmWare versions can be downloaded from our WWW pages, over network or RS-232.

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Application examples

Monitoring sensors: humidity, door position, movement detector, dangerous gas and others.

Logging: storages, cold-storages, freezers and fridges (food and pharmacy)

System interconnection: fire (EPS), safety (EZS), access system

Large buildings: heating and air-conditioning optimizing, monitoring of IT

Camera systems: connecting external sensors (door contacts, PIR)

IT – monitoring: server rooms, 19“ racks (IT and ICT)

AC monitoring: temperature and evaporated water leak

UPS monitoring: AC and DC voltage, fuel in Diesel-engines tanks,

Network devices monitoring: MW wireless points, APs, switchboards

System monitoring: Information points, cash-machines, terminals

SCADA systems: external value connecting

Sensors

Temperature (up to 42 sensors, -55°C to +640°C, over up to 1000 m)

Humidity (up to 25 sensors over up to 1000m)

General sensors

• Voltage (0..10V and 110/230V)

• Current (0..20mA and 230V)

• Flood detector (water level)

• Air- flow

• Movement and position

• Smoke and gas

• Shake and angle

• Door open/close

• General contact

Dry Contact

E-mail SNMP Trap

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Overview of the Poseidon product line

Poseidon models

The Poseidon line of products comprises several models targeted at various applications and markets. All models share similar features:

• Unified, easy-to-install graphical interface

• Mutually compatible network communication protocols

• Range of inputs, outputs and sensors, depending on the price range.

Poseidon model

3262

3265

3266

3268

1250

2251

WWW interface Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Binary (dry contact)

inputs - - 4 4 3 3

Outputs (contacts) - - - 2 2 (RS-232) 2 (RS-232)

IT bus (RJ12) 6 sensors 5 sensors 3 sensors 4 sensors 10 sensors 10 sensors

Industrial bus (RS485) - - - - 31 sensors 31 sensors

Logger capacity - - - 40 000

records

HTML, XML Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

SMTP Email Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

SNMP (R/W), Trap Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes -

Modbus/TCP - Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Alarm SMS (with an

external GSM modem) - Yes - - - Yes

Poseidon 3262

Economy model for simple IT, ICT and Telco applications. Monitors one to six temperature and humidity sensors. Data are accessible via XML, SNMP, E-mail alarm notifications, or SNMP trap.

Poseidon 3265

Popular model for IT, ICT and Telco applications with GSM modem support. Supports sending SMS alarms without the need for a PC or special software. Supports up to 5 temperature and humidity sensors connected to the IT bus. Current data are accessible via XML, SNMP, E-mail alarm notifications, SNMP trap, and SMS.

Text messages (SMS) are sent through a GSM modem that is connected directly to the Poseidon via RS-232.

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Poseidon 3266

Economy model for IT and Telco applications. Supports 3 external sensors connected to the IT bus, and 4 dry contact inputs. The inputs can be

connected to any digital sensors, e.g. door contacts, electrical power meters, smoke detectors, etc. Measured values are available via XML, SNMP, E-mail alarm notifications, and SNMP trap.

Poseidon 3268

Monitoring and control model for IT applications. Supports 4 external sensors connected to the IT bus, 4 binary (dry contact) inputs, and two outputs

(double-throw contacts of an internal relay).

The outputs can control multiple devices, e.g. a ventilation system, an alarm system, a power source for a server, etc. The device is controlled via XML and SNMP, alarm notifications are sent via e-mail and SNMP trap.

Poseidon 1250

Industrial model of Poseidon device. Controls a maximum of 42 sensors installed up to 1000m away from the unit. Supports two buses for connecting the sensors: “IT bus” – up to 10 sensors up to 10m away, and “Industrial bus” (RS-485) – industry-standard interface for connecting e.g. Pt100

precise platinum temperature sensors or analog input modules. Supports the popular Modbus/TCP industrial protocol. The device is controlled via XML, SNMP (R/W); notifications are sent via e-mail and SNMP trap.

Poseidon 2251

Industrial model. Supports a maximum of 42 sensors and contains a separate built-in Flash logger for recording data. Stored values are accessible via http as a .csv file (compatible with MS Excel). The device is controlled via XML, notifications are sent via e-mail and SNMP trap.

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General Poseidon family features

Characteristics of displayed values

• The Poseidon unit displays actual values of all sensors.

• Values from binary inputs are read within 200ms period

• Values from all sensors of both busses (RS-485 and IT Bus) are read in one loop that repeats every second but time needed may vary from 1 to 30 seconds.

• All values are in integer/10 format, range is defined with range itself – it means ± 999.9

Sensor value 999.9 is out of range of all supported sensors and means that the sensor was

not found.

• In case you disconnected the sensor or exchanged for another, run autodetection or erase sensor from the list.

• After increasing load on Poseidon unit from network demands (for example public online demo) -999.9 value can sometimes appear though the sensor works properly. The reason is in device capacity, lower load from direct demands on Poseidon unit.

• Values to units are assigned automatically depending on sensor detection type and it can be one of following

• Temperature: °C, °K, °F (note that setting of min a nd max values for Saferange is possible in °C only)

• Humidity: %RH

• Voltage: V,Current: A or mA

• Another units: %, and others

Input / sensor in Alarm

• Alarm state can be set independently to every single input (Contact) / sensor

• For sensors “Alarm” is considered value out of set range, in case sending of alarm state is activated at least to one outputs (SNMP / Email & SMS)

Reactions to sensor disconnecting

• -999.9 value is displayed

• Value is interpreted as Alarm (value out of safe range) and if alarm for current sensor is activated, Email or SNMP Trap is sent.

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Sensor hysteresis

Hysteresis value defines width of tolerance belt for alarm raising. The function protects against

multiple alarms in case the value oscillates around set value. See graph for detail.

Without hysteresis of 5°C, alarm raised in point 8 would end in point 9, due to hysteresis function alarm is extended until temperature raises to the end of hysteresis belt (point 10) 5°C + (15°C) = -10°C.

Safe Range -15+25°C, Hysteresis = 0°C , Alarm in points 0..1, 2..3, 8..9, 12..13, 14..

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Supported interfaces

Particular Poseidon models support several hardware interfaces for sensors connecting. Brief description follows, more details are available in interface technical specification.

Binary inputs (Dry Contact Inputs)

Digital inputs for connecting two

direct connection of non-potential contact. The input signalizes two states only - "On"/"Off" ("Open"/"Close") which can be interpreted by Poseidon as "Normal" / "Alarm".

Relay Outputs

The Poseidon supports binary outputs. Th

SNMP, Modbus/TCP, XML) or Alarm can be indicated.

Two output types exist:

- Switch contact relay (Poseidon 3268)

- Voltage output to control external relay (Poseidon 1140, 1250).

Value sensors can be conn

IT bus (1-Wire support up to 10 sensors over up to 10m)

Dallas Semiconductor bus designed to connect several

sensors over short wiring. The bus contains power supply wire and one data wire. The bus is not suitable EMC disturbance environment.

The sensors assigned unique address during manufacture which is automatically detected as sensor ID.

Industrial bus (RS-485 supports up to 31 sensors over up to 1000m).

We use TP cables and RJ45 connectors for RS line; it is quick and easy for common user.

The RS-485 bus uses blue wire pair (pin 4 and 5) which is marked as A and B. 12V power supply uses brown wire pair (7, 8).

In case you use supplied S

green wire pair (pin 3 and 6) is used fo

connection. This wire pair is not designed on Poseidon 1250 unit.

Sensor address detected as sensor ID (within 48 to 127 range) is setup with protocol or jumper.

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Particular Poseidon models support several hardware interfaces for sensors connecting. Brief description follows, more details are available in interface technical specification.

Binary inputs (Dry Contact Inputs)

Digital inputs for connecting two-level sensors. Dry Contact means potential contact. The input signalizes two "On"/"Off" ("Open"/"Close") which can be interpreted by Poseidon as "Normal" / "Alarm".

The Poseidon supports binary outputs. They can be controlled over WWW interface (over SNMP, Modbus/TCP, XML) or Alarm can be indicated.

Switch contact relay (Poseidon 3268)

Voltage output to control external relay (Poseidon 1140, 1250).

can be connected over two bus types

Wire support up to 10 sensors over up to 10m) Dallas Semiconductor bus designed to connect several

sensors over short wiring. The bus contains power supply wire and one data wire. The bus is not suitable EMC disturbance

The sensors assigned unique address during manufacture which is automatically detected as sensor ID.

485 supports up to 31 sensors over up to 1000m). We use TP cables and RJ45 connectors for RS-485 industrial

s quick and easy for common user.

485 bus uses blue wire pair (pin 4 and 5) which is marked as A and B. 12V power supply uses brown wire pair (7,

In case you use supplied S-Hub unit and B-Cable module, green wire pair (pin 3 and 6) is used for backward RS-485

connection. This wire pair is not designed on Poseidon 1250 unit.

Sensor address detected as sensor ID (within 48 to 127 range) is setup with protocol

tel. +48 (77) 455 60 76 fax. +48 (77) 455 80 56 Particular Poseidon models support several hardware interfaces for sensors connecting. Brief

description follows, more details are available in interface technical specification.

"On"/"Off" ("Open"/"Close") which can be interpreted by

ey can be controlled over WWW interface (over

sensors over short wiring. The bus contains power supply wire

485 supports up to 31 sensors over up to 1000m). 485 industrial

marked as A and B. 12V power supply uses brown wire pair (7,

connection. This wire pair is not designed on Poseidon 1250 unit.

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Technical characteristics

Ethernet: RJ45 – 10BASE-T/10 Mbit/s

Port 1: RS-485 bus (RJ45 connector)

Port 2: IT Bus (RJ12 connector)

Port 3: RS-232 (Canon 9M connector)

Port4: Dry contact Inputs switchboard for 3 contacts (0 to 500 Ω)

Device setting:

Locally – RS-232 – sensor setting and initialization, IP address configuration.

UDP Setup –IP addresses configuration etc. – works remotely over network but only

on local network segment.

Over http – graphic Flash interface – protected with password and IP addresses

range.

Over SNMP – some parameters only

Power supply: +12V / 250 mA

Dimensions: 25 x 82 x 90 [mm]

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+ Interface RJ45 (10BASE-T) – 10 Mbit

It’s compatible also with 10/100 Mbit networks

+ Supported protocols IP: ARP, TCP/IP (HTTP, Modbus over TCP), UDP/IP (SNMP)

+ SNMP compatibility Ver:1.00 compatible, some parts of the ver 2.0 implemented

Port 1 – RJ12 – IT Bus (Dallas 1-Wire Microlan)

+ Connector RJ12 (6 pins - 4 pins used only, can be used for RJ11 connectors)

+ Sensors / distance Max. 10 sensors, up to 20 m

Port 2 - RJ45 - Industrial Bus (RS-485) + Connector RJ45 (8 pins)

+ Sensors / distance Max. 31 sensors, up to 1000m

+ Bur termination Internally terminated, Poseidon has to be placed to beginning or the end of the bus.

+ Power 12V / max 120 mA – Max 4 external RS-485 sensors without external power.

Port 3 – DB9M - RS-232

+ Connector Cannon 9 male (DB9M)

+ Pinout Standard IBM PC (RxD,TxD,RTS,CTS, DTR, DSR, GND)

+ Usage Serial Setup, extended pins

+ Sensors / distance No sensors, up to 20 m

+ Outputs 2 additional outputs (1/0), RTS(+10V/-10V), DTR(+10V/0V)

Port 4 – Dry contact Inputs

+ Contact inputs 3 digital inputs, ready to connect NO/NC dry contacts

+ Input type One common pin, all inputs Opto-coupled, max distance 30m

LED Status indicators

+ POWER Green – power OK

+ LINK & Activity Green – Ethernet connectivity

+ SENSOR RS-485 Yellow slow – Any RS-485 sensor not found Yellow fast – RS-485 sensors reading, value valid

+ MODE & RS-232

Red – Device is in the RS-232 Setup mode

Red – lit – One (or more) of the sensors out of defined Safe Range

Green fast once – sensor reading, value valid

DIP SWITCH configuration

+ DIP1 - RS–232 Setup ON = RS-232 Setup mode (RS-232 mode only), OFF = Run network mode

+ DIP2 Not used

+ DIP3 - Security ON = Security mode (HW protection) – no configuration change available

OFF = Non-Security mode – configuration not HW protected

+ DIP4 – RS-485 Echo ON = RS-485 bus Echo mode on RS-232 port

Physical parameters

+ Voltage requirements 12V / 250 mA DC – coaxial power connector (barrel), GND on the shield

+ Dimensions 25 x 82 x 90 [mm] (H x W x D ) + Weight 450g Functional parameters Device SETUP configuration possibilities

- RS-232 Setup – over any RS-232 terminal 9600 8N1, DIP1=On when Power-UP - UDP Setup – IP address assign via “UDP Config” program

- TCP Setup – Setup mode via Telnet connection to port 99 - WWW Setup – http Flash application from web interface - SNMP (not available for all parameters)

Note: Description above is intended for Poseidon model 1250 – ordering number 600 006 (without galvanic separation of binary inputs for sensor connecting)

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Mechanical dimensions

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Detailed device description

Power connector

To supply power typical connector is used connected to connector case.

Special versions of the Poseidon model

[600 006] – preferred model version, see table [600 227] – galvanically separated inputs

Ethernet

Ethernet network interface connected to standard RJ45 connector on power connector end is connected over Twisted Pair (TP) cable to switch or ov cable directly to PC.

The device is equipped only with Ethernet 10 Mbit interface => it can be connected only to to 10/100 Mbit network.

Note: The device can not be directly connected to Mbit Ethernet Switch.

MAC Address

MAC address is unique number identifying every device. It can be found on device label located on bottom part. It always consists of six pairs of numbers, first three pairs are always

With MAC address you can always define each device in UDP setup program to assign IP address.

DIP switches

Four DIP switches controls following functions. After change in setting, we recommend to reset the device with power supply interrupting.

Preset configuration is:

DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off, DIP3=Off, DIP4=Off,

DIP SWITCH configuration

+ DIP1 - RS–232 Setup ON = RS

LOAD DEFAULTS

+ DIP2 Not used

+ DIP3 - Security ON = Security mode (HW protection)

OFF = Non

+ DIP4 – RS-485 Echo ON = RS

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Detailed device description

To supply power typical connector is used – 2,5mm pin diameter. Negative pole is

Special versions of the Poseidon model 1250

preferred model version, see table galvanically separated inputs

Ethernet network interface connected to standard RJ45 connector on power connector end is connected over Twisted Pair (TP) cable to switch or over cross

The device is equipped only with Ethernet 10 Mbit interface => it can be connected only to

The device can not be directly connected to 100 Mbit network! If you need to do so, use 1 Mbit Ethernet Switch.

MAC address is unique number identifying every device. It can be found on device label located on bottom part. It always consists of six pairs of numbers, first three pairs are always

ou can always define each device in UDP setup program to assign IP address.

Four DIP switches controls following functions. After change in setting, we recommend to reset the device

DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off, DIP3=Off, DIP4=Off,

= RS-232 Setup mode (RS-232 mode only), OFF = Run network mode

LOAD DEFAULTS: Toggle with switch 3 times up to 5 seconds after power

= Security mode (HW protection) – no configuration change available OFF = Non-Security mode – configuration not HW protected

= RS-485 bus Echo mode on RS-232 port

tel. +48 (77) 455 60 76 fax. +48 (77) 455 80 56 2,5mm pin diameter. Negative pole is

Ethernet network interface connected to standard RJ45 connector on power er

cross-The device is equipped only with Ethernet 10 Mbit interface => it can be connected only to 10 Mbit or

100 Mbit network! If you need to do so, use 10/100

MAC address is unique number identifying every device. It can be found on device label located on bottom part. It always consists of six pairs of numbers, first three pairs are always 00:0A:59.

ou can always define each device in UDP setup program to assign IP address.

232 mode only), OFF = Run network mode Toggle with switch 3 times up to 5 seconds after power-up.

no configuration change available configuration not HW protected

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LINK (green)

SENSOR (yellow) MODE (red/green)

Port 1 RJ45 Port 2 RJ12 Port 3 DB9M

DIP1 - RS-232 Setup mode

DIP1 activates RS-232 Setup mode, Ethernet is not active if DIP1=ON, device is active after

power on, RS-232 Setup and red MODE led is blinking!

Set default device configuration: Toggle with DIP switch 3 times up and down during first 5

seconds after power up.

DIP3 – HW-Security protection

If DIP3=ON, HW-Security protection mode is active. Any changes in configuration are ignored in this mode:

No settings can be changed via UDP Setup (Herkules program)

Flash Setup can be displayed in web

browser but no changes are allowed

No parameters can be changed over SNMP

TCP Setup can not be run (port 99 default).

Signalization leds

LEDs signalize actual mode activity, power supply, Ethernet activity and sensor readings.

POWER (green)

Signalizes power supply on.

LINK (green)

Signalizes connection to working Ethernet.

SENSOR RS-485 (yellow)

Quick blink signalizes reading value from RS-485 bus.

Slow blinking means that some sensor on RS-485 bus was not found.

MODE & RS-232 (Red/green)

Slow blinking – The device is set to RS-232 Setup mode = Ethernet interface is not working (check DIP1).

• Red lights – Alarm occurred at least on one sensor or input

Error LED signalization

Ethernet disconnected Green LED (Link) turns off

Ripped off RS-485 sensor (alarm inactive) Slow blinking of yellow LED (Sensor) Ripped off RS-485 sensor (alarm active) Red LED lights (Mode)

Ripped off IT bus sensor (alarm active) Red LED lights (Mode)

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Port 3 DB9M - RS-232

The interface is designed to setup the device (RS-232 Setup, in case DIP1=ON) or to install new FirmWare.

Outputs DTR and RTS can be controlled from Flash setup interface, bound them with Alarm state or control over network.

Voltage on outputs that links to log levels:

RTS

0 (Off) = -10V (-12..-6V) 1 (On) = +10V (6..12V)

DTR

0 (Off) = 0V 1 (On) = +10V (6..12V)

Use of RTS and DTR outputs

Port 3 complies with RS-232 specifications but P1250 RC can be used to wake external relay with circa 10V (It can control relay of 9V or 12V DC rated voltage).It is a converter to connect two relays to 12V to Poseidon 1250 over RS-232.

P1250 RC (Relay Cable) - ordering number 600 244

Relay coil are connected directly to small terminal board, polarity is shown on the label and state is signalized with LED.

1 - - Not used

2 RxD <-- Receive Data 3 TxD --> Transmit Data

4 DTR --> Data Terminal Ready 5 GND --- System Ground

6 DSR <-- Data Set Ready 7 RTS --> Request to Send 8 CTS <-- Clear to Send

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Port 4 – Dry contact Inputs

3 non-potential contacts can be connected to terminal board, use Common pin.

Inputs are not galvanically connected to power supply.

Not connected input has „O (Off)“ value.

Not active input is named as „1 (On)“, resistance of input against Common pin must be between 0 and 500Ω.

Connection parameters:

Wiring length: up to 50m

Supported sensors: Any non-potential contact

Setting alarms for every input: Alarm activation and its state (0/1), configuration over WWW

- Poseidon Flash setup.

o Alarm not active

o Alarm state when contact is open or closed

o Alarm state when contact is open

Actions after Alarm occurs: Common setting for all inputs

o No reaction

o Notification of Alarm with SNMP Trap

o Notification of Alarm with Email or SMS

o Notification of Alarm with SNMP Trap and Email or SMS together

Reading period: 800 ms

Range of sensors’ ID: Inputs use ID addresses from 1 to 9.

Rename sensor: Sensor can be named with up to 12 chars

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Port 1 RJ12 – IT Bus (Dallas 1-Wire Microlan)

IT bus or 1-Wire is a bus from Dallas Semiconductor Company designed to be connected to several sensors over short wiring. The bus contains power supply and one data wire; it is not designed for long distances and EMC disturbance environment.

We recommend wiring up to 10m. Experimentally, some successful working applications over distances of tens or even hundreds of meters are applied.

For wiring longer than circa 15m from one connector of Poseidon unit we can not guarantee error-free operating, it depends on wiring implementation, topology and environment, where the wiring is located, etc.

Wiring length: up to 10m totally.

Supported sensors: temperature and humidity sensors (see Sensors overview of our

assortment)

Number of sensors on one bus: up to 10 sensors.

Sensors powering: 5V/50 mA connected to RJ12 connector.

Sensor consumption: Power is sufficient for all connected sensors.

Communication cable: Phone cable – 4-wire (2-wire on special occasion).

Alarm setting: Value monitoring with safe range, setting over WWW – The Poseidon Flash

setup.

Reading period: 800 ms up to 10 seconds (according to number of connected sensors, 10

seconds for 41 sensors).

Sensor addressing: Automatically, every sensor has its unique address.

ID sensor range: Sensors use ID from 257 to 65 535 range.

Sensor rename: Sensor can be independently named with up to length of 12 chars, name is

bound to sensor ID.

Detection of disconnecting: Yes, disconnected sensors shows "-999.9" value.

Alarm after sensor is disconnected: If sensor signalizes Alarm with value out of safe range,

disconnecting raises Alarm.

Do not forget: All IT Bus sensors has unique serial number that is recorded along with sensor

name. Sensor is defined with ID. If sensor is changed with another, it must be detected again with Autodetection from Flash SETUP

Port 1 – RJ12

1 +5V Power

2 - Not used

3 Data Transmit Data

4 GND Ground

5 +5V Power

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Special accessories for IT Bus

Poseidon T-Box2 – RJ12 switch for 2 sensors

Connecting cable length: 1m

Number of connectable sensors: 2

Connector type: RJ12

Designed for: IT Bus (1-Wire)

Poseidon T-Box – RJ12 switch for 5 sensors

Connecting cable length: 10cm

Number of connectable sensors: 5

Connector type: RJ12

Designed for: IT Bus (1-Wire)

Poseidon Spider – IT bus to Industrial bus converter

• The Spider unit connects to the Poseidon through the Industrial Bus (RS-485)

Up to 4 IT Bus sensors can be connected to the Spider to measure temperature, humidity, or to react to contacts.

• Each sensor is connected to a separate connector and may be located up to 25m away.

Maximum number of connected sensors: 4

Connectors:

• RJ12 for IT Bus sensors

• RJ45 Industrial bus to connect the Spider to the Poseidon unit

Supported sensors: IT Bus (1-Wire)

Connects to: Industrial Bus (RS-485)

Warning: The Poseidon unit warranty explicitly excludes failures caused by connecting sensors

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Port 2 – RJ45 – Industrial Bus (RS-485)

RS-485 bus can be used to connect up to 31 sensors over up to 1000m even in industrial environment. We use TP cables and RJ45 connector for RS-485 line wiring. It is suitable for common user.

RS-485 bus is conducted over blue pair (pins 4 and 5) that is labeled

as A and B. Brown pair (7, 8) is used for 12V sensor powering.

In case you use supplied S-Hub unit and B-Cable module, green pair (pins 3 and 6) is used for backward connecting of RS-485. Green pair is not connected to Poseidon 1250 unit.

Wiring length: 1000m totally

Supported sensors: temperature, humidity, current, voltage

and others (see Sensor overview)

Number of sensors on RS-485: up to 31 sensors.

Power supply: 12V/120 mA connected to RJ45. Sufficient for up to

3 external sensors, S-Hub support can be added.

Communication cable: twisted pair UTP, occasionally 4-wire

phone cable

Alarm setting: Monitoring of value safe range, setting over

Poseidon Flash setup

Reading sensor: 800 ms to 10 seconds (according to number, 10

seconds for 41)

Sensor addressing: Manual, every sensor must have unique address (see sensor manual)

Sensor ID range: Sensors use ID addresses from range between 48 and 122, the address

is ASCII value of characters 0..9, A..Z, a..z.

Detection of sensor disconnecting: Yes, disconnected sensor shows "-999.9" value.

Alarm after sensor disconnecting: If sensor signalizes Alarm with value out of safe range,

disconnecting causes Alarm state.

General RS-485 characteristics

• Total wiring length up to 1000m

• Up to 32 devices on the line (Poseidon unit + 31 sensors)

• High industrial disturbance resistivity

• Daisy chain topology necessary (not star topology)

• Unique address of every device is a must

• Necessary to respect conductor polarity

• Line beginning and end must be terminated Port 1 – RJ45 1 - Not used 2 - Not used 3 - 485 B back 4 B (-) RS-485 Industrial bus 5 A (+) 6 485 A back 7 GND Ground 8 +12V Power

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Line terminating

RS-485 must be terminated. It can be realized with following methods:

Internal jumper on some sensors (jumper named as TERM or TERMINATOR) – for

example Temp-485 or HTemp-485.

In case you use B-Cable reduction, select "LAST" configuration.

External resistor of „last“ sensors that do not have jumper nor DIP switch

(Temp-485-Pt100), terminate bus with external resistor on the wiring end (connect resistor between A and B pins of the last sensor).

Resistance should be 120Ω. For short wirings, resistance of 470Ω can be used to lower current consumption of all sensors together.

Note: Disadvantage is topology with one beginning and one terminated end, not a popular star topology with one connecting point.

Special accessories for RS-485 bus

 B-Cable - RJ45 / 4-wire

B-Cable module is a reduction between RJ45 connector and 4 pin connector A,B,+,- ..

Some of supplied RS-485 sensors have already RJ45 connector but some of them only 4 pin connector signed as A,B,+,- . You can use TP cable (4 or 6 conductor) or B-Cable module to connect them to the Poseidon 1250 unit or to S-Hub.

4-wire connection should be used over up to 0.2m

Sensor position on RS-485 line (MIDDLE / LAST) is selected via jumper configuration, for detail see the picture.

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 Sensor RJ45 MIDDLE cable

RS-485 cable, 0.5m, RJ45/4 pins. Connects 4 terminals (A, B, +, - ) to a RJ45 modular jack (uses 3 pairs).

This cable is used to connect all sensors except for the last one in the chain.

The sensor connected with this cable should

not terminate the RS-485 bus.

 Sensor RJ45 LAST cable

RS-485 cable 0.5m, RJ45/4 pins. Connects 4 terminals (A, B, +, - ) to a RJ45 modular jack (2 pairs only).

This cable is used to connect the last sensor in the chain.

The sensor connected with this cable wiring

have to contain termination of the RS-485

bus:

External termination resistor 120Ω

placed

The jumper or dip switch TERM=ON on the sensor body placed

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 Poseidon Spider

A converter to connect four IT Bus (1-Wire) sensors to the Industrial Bus (RS-485).

Each IT Bus sensor connects to a separate connector to allow a higher distance (up to 1 000 meters, it’s defined by Industrial Bus details).

 S-Hub – 8 RJ45 TP switch

To connect R485 sensors connected over TP cable, S-hub with one input and 8 ports can be used.

• Option to connect sensor in star topology (sensors always connected over TP cable).

• Simpler and faster type of connecting.

• Easy to extend whole application.

• Easier power supply for sensors. It is connected directly to S-Hub unit and standard power adapter can be used.

Note: S-Hub unit enables you to combine sensor topology – daisy chain/star,

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Industrial Bus (RS-485) wiring example

• The bus leads via a 4-wire connection from the Poseidon 1250 unit to two daisy-chained sensors, Temp-485 and HTemp-485. Two twisted pairs are used by the connection.

A S-Hub unit is daisy-chain-connected via the RJ45 jack after the second sensor, using a 4-wire connection from the HTemp-485 sensor. The brown pair is used for power, the blue pair for data.

Temp-485 and HTemp-485 sensors are connected to the S-Hub connectors 1 through 3

with 6-wire connections (brown pair for power, blue pair leads the bus to the device, green pair back from the device).

Connector 4 of the first S-Hub unit is used to connect a Spider converter with a patch cable. The Spider unit is used to connect three Temp-1Wire 10m temperature sensors and one door contact (the contact is connected to the blue pair of the RJ45).

A second S-Hub connects to the Spider unit output via a patch cable.

Its connectors 1 through 3 are used to connect the Temp-485 and HTemp-485 sensors with 6-wire connections (brown pair for power, blue pair to the device, green pair back from the device).

Connector 4 is used to connect a Temp-485 sensor with a 4-wire connection (brown pair for power, blue pair for the A/B signals of the bus).

Termination is enabled at the Temp-485 sensor using the “TERM” jumper.

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°C %RH

°C

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°C %RH

°C

°C

RJ45 4 pins RJ45 Patch Straight Cable

4 pins, LAST (Terminated)

1 2 3 4 Spider 10m

°C

10m

°C

10m

°C

Cat5 TP cable, 3 pairs used

RJ12

2 wires cable

Cat5 TP cable, 2 pairs used Telephone cable, 2/3 wires used RJ45, MIDDLE cable RJ45, LAST cable Term=ON Mode=MIDDLE Poseidon 1250 Temp-485 HTemp-485 Temp-1Wire Door Contact S-Hub 1 2 3 4 IN OUT 1 2 3 4

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User interface

The product can be configured in various methods which are described in following section including parameter details.

UDP config

Uncomplicated utility for setting IP address (for Windows and Linux).

Web interface

Base communication interface, it commands links and graphic Flash setup.

Flash setup

Detailed user setting of all device features

Telnet setup

Settings of specialized characteristics and problems solving.

Backing up and using configuration

How to save product configuration

Open communication interfaces which are described in next section (Use of Poseidon unit with your programs) can be used for automatic settings and logging values from programs.

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UDP config

UDP Config is free utility which can assign IP address and change network settings over Ethernet.

• Version for Linux and Windows (runs under Windows Vista as well)

• Assigning of IP address to product with defined MAC address

• No installation necessary, simply run EXE file

• Brief list of names and parameters of all devices

Basic program parameters

• Device name, type, MAC address, IP address and communication port is displayed after the device is found

• Compatible with all HW group products (Poseidon and Damocles families,

PortBox, PortStore, I/O Controller, IP relay and others)

• Versions for Windows and Linux available

• Displays actual setting of your computer network settings

• Checks whether the IP address it is about to assign is free before continuation

• Opens product web page after click on device underlined IP address

• Opens Telnet for TCP Setup (right mouse click on menu)

• Enables return to default values

Detailed program description and instructional video are available on CD supplied with device or on our web page: http://www.hw-group.com/software/udp_config/index_en.html

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WEB interface

Base communication interface which commands other links and opens graphic Flash setup.

The Poseidon 1250 offers simple and user friendly graphic WWW interface which enables not only to display measured values and administrate devices but define basic network parameters, measuring sensors and failure actions (SNMP traps) as well.

Web interface is accessible via web browser after entering the Poseidon IP address:

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Dry Contact Inputs

Displaying of current inputs’ states for contact connecting including alarm settings and its states. Raised alarm is signalized with red color of particular line background.

Name

Input text name which assigned user in Flash Setup.

Number

Unique input ID marked on each box.

Current Value

is represented with “O (On)“ or “1 (Off)“. The “O“ value represents Open contact, “1“ switched contact. For details of contact connecting see device technical parameters.

Alarm Alert

List of alarm raising conditions for each input, value out of safe range.

• Line background color:

White / no color = the input is not in Alarm

Red = the input is in Alarm,

Sensors

The Sensors show information about found and activated sensors and states during loading WWW page.

Name

Input text name which assigned user in Flash Setup.

ID

Unique 16-bit ID of sensor.

Current Value

Current sensor value and value unit.

Note: In case the sensor is not connected, -999.9 value is displayed

Safe Range

Alarm is not active for Safe Range values.

Alarm Alert

List of settings of alarm activation for each sensor.

• Lie background color:

White / no color = no Alarm.

Red = input is in Alarm.

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Further details

Device name

Device name which assigned user in Flash Setup.

Web Configuration

link to Flash Setup.

Terminal Configuration (TCP Setup)

Link to IP address and port to terminal setting over TCP setup.

Firmware

firmware version and option of web update (update link),

MIB contains link to SNMP definition file

(right mouse click on the link and save file to disk – use „Save Target as..“ option)

XSD contains link to XML definition file for values.xml

(right mouse click on the link and save file to disk – use „Save Target as..“ option)

Text link „For more information try www.HW-group.com”

Editable link to service organization or to supplier. The chain can be edit in TCP Setup, see detailed description.

Note: Main page design can be changed after consulting device manufacturer as a part of program

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Flash setup

The Poseidon Graphic Flash setup is designed for user device configuration. The user can access it following Web Configuration: Flash Setup link in bottom part of web page.

Brief and user friendly graphic interface offers 7 tabs. General tab provides common information about connected sensors. Temperatures are displayed in graph on the left page area as well, reload period can be changed.

Note: To open FLASH page you need to have installed support for flash applications on

your computer. If the computer is connected to internet, plug-in will download automatically or it can be installed from supplied CD -

\Poseidon\install_flash_player_7.msi

Values reloaded X times shows how many times the page was reloaded.

Reload values every – period for reloading pages to web browser in seconds

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General Setup tab

Device network parameters configuration: network parameters, IP address range, temperature units, output states, etc.

Output Settings

Controlling of binary inputs, value is valid until device restart. Following options are available:

On (log 1)

Off (log 0)

On when any alarm

output is controlled locally from Poseidon unit, in case none of sensors (inputs for contacts including) is in Alarm state than the output is set to log 0, state Off.

In case at least one output is in Alarm than the output is set to log 1, state On.

Off when any alarm

output is controlled locally from Poseidon unit. In case at least one output is in Alarm than the output is set to log 0, state Off.

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Security

Product security settings, relations between particular modes are shown in following table. Lines show method how to access to device over IP; columns settle limitations which come from each security settings. No limitation HW protection Dip = On

User Password IP Access filter SNMP

communication Read only Read + Outputs Read &

Write HTTP SNMP Comun1 Comun2

Web index R R R R R Access

Flash setup R/W R R R/W** R/W Access

Values.xml R R R R/W** R Access Setup.xml R/W R R R R/W Access SNMP get (next) R R Access R* R* SNMP set R/W R Access [R*/]W* [R*/]W* Modbus/TCP R/W R

TCP setup Disabled R R R/W Access

UDP config R

* R*/W* option shows that you need to allow R and W on SNMP Setup tab with check boxes.

W** option enable write only the outputs value, but nothing else. You cannot change neither output mode!

Note: Column named “No limitations” is default state which show following screen shots.

This setting means HW protection DIP=Off, no password set, IP Access filter is 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0

HW Security protection

Jumper (or DIP) protection against change in device’s configuration.

• OUTPUTS: You can change output’s value with enabled this jumper.

• CONFIGURATION: No changes available when this function enabled.

In left button corner information about protection activity is displayed. After HW protection activity all changes in settings are ignored, change in output state including. The mode is ideal for application when Poseidon unit is connected to public network.

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User Passwords

It enables to setup name and password for two different user accounts for SNMP and HTTP access.

• Account types:

‘Read Only’ can only read values but cannot apply changes

‘Read Only + Outputs’ can only read & write values but cannot change settings. Can’t change neither sensor or output name.

‘Read & Write’ account can change device settings

• from WWW interface login is necessary.

• Passwords are valid for values.xml and setup.xml files, see table

• Read Only user do not have permision to change settings over Flash setup.

IP Access filter

It enables to define IP address range from where you can access to Poseidon over HTTP and SNMP. Each protocol is configured separately.

To setup filter use base IP address and range of addresses defined with mask. AND is bit multiplier. Access is granted in case the condition is fulfilled.

(IP trying to access AND Mask Range) = IP Address Value

SNMP comunity (passwords)

2 difrent password can be used. Each of them can be configured for R or R/W access and can be temporarily disabled.

The most of SNMP program work with following (defaultní) setting. From security reasons we highly recommend to change the R/W access password.

• R (get, get next) “public”

• R/W (set) “private”

Note: SNMP Access settings are available in the SNMP Setup tab. Setting of IP filter Access granted to

Address value Mask Value From - To

192.168.1.2 192.168.1.2 192.168.1.2 Only one IP can access 192.168.1.87 192.168.1.87 192.168.1.87 Only one IP can access

192.168.1.0 192.168.1.224 192.168.1.0 – 192.168.1.31 32 addresses can access 192.168.1.0 192.168.1.0 192.168.1.0 – 192.168.1.255 All 254 addresses 192.168.1.x 192.168.0.2 192.168.254.255 192.168.0.2 a 192.168.1.2 Only 1 address, but from two

segments. 192.168.0.0 192.168.252.240 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.0.15 192.168.1.0 - 192.168.1.15 192.168.2.0 - 192.168.2.15 192.168.3.0 - 192.168.3.15

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What to do when you forget password

• Setup device to default configuration with:

UDP config program(must be on local network segment)

Use DIP Load default function

Switch DIP1 several times during first 5 seconds after power supply start up.

COnnect to Serial Setup (RS-232) and call Load Defaults from terminal menu which corrensponds with Telnet Setup.

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Device Name

Settings of particular device name. This name is shown in all lists along with IP address (UDP config); it is used as a sysname variable in SNMP protocol.

Network Settings

Segment contains main settings of network parameters for Ethernet communication:

Device IP address

Device IP address, after change in configuration restart is necessary

Network mask

Local network mask, after change in configuration restart is necessary

Gateway

Gateway for communication, after change in configuration restart is necessary

HTTP port

Setting of port for communication over http protocol, standard value is 80

TCP Telnet Setup

Setting of port for terminal telnet setup mode, standard value is 99

DNS Settings

Setting of primary and secondary DNS server, for proper function correct Gateway setting is necessary.

DNS server is necessary for conversion of domain name to IP address, without proper setting of DNS following services will not run:

• Time synchro (SNTP) is used in Emails and SNMP Trap for event time

• Sending Email (SMTP)

• Logging values with time indication

Note: DNS is often equal to Gateway or local firewall does not permit to use any other than the

local one. Contact your administrator.

Other Settings and Information

Display Temperature In

Setting of temperature units (C – Celsius, F – Fahrenheit, K - Kelvin). Settings apply to WWW interface only, in all other interfaces and protocols °C is used unless it is stated different.

Flash Setup Version –graphic interface version.

Device FirmWare – device firmware version.

Update FW button

To update FirmWare over WEB. The link located on main HTML page too. Current device setting is deleted during FW update.

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Updating...

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