Damocles2 – User manual
Damocles2 family
Table of contents
Damocles2 is a family of products for remote monitoring and control of a LAN.
Damocles2 models
The family consists of several versions designed for different uses (19“ cabinets, data centers,
electric cabinets, ...). Individual Damocles2 models differ in the number of inputs and outputs.
Other features are identical.
Damocles2 MINI
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Damocles2 1208
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Damocles2 2404
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Feature comparison
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Connectors
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First start
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Connecting the cables
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Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
Configure the network parameters
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WWW interface of the device
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Web interface of the device
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Common features of the Damocles2 family
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Displayed readings
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Supported interfaces (in detail)
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DI (Digital Inputs) – Dry contact Inputs
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DO (Digital Outputs)
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User interface
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HWg config
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WEB interface
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Updating Firmware
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Software applications
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HWg-PDMS
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HWg-Trigger
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SensDesk.com
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HW group s. r. o.
http://www.hw-group.com
E-mail: support@HWg.cz
Phone: +420 222 511 918
PosDamIO and SDK
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Specifications
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Damocles2 MINI dimensions
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Damocles2 MINI specifications
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Formanská 296
Praha 4, 149 00
Czech Republic
Damocles2 1208 dimensions
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Damocles2 1208 specifications
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Damocles2 2404 dimensions
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Before contacting our technical support please have ready the exact type of your device (on the product
label) and also the firmware version, if you know it.
Damocles2 2404 specifications
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Formats and interfaces
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In case of any trouble with installation and getting started please contact our technical support:
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Damocles2
Product information
Table of contents
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Outputs
Damocles2
Inputs
GND
+U
GND
IN1
GND
IN1
Damocles2 models
Damocles2 models
GND
+U
GND
OC8
GND
OC7
GND
OC6
GND
OC5
OUT4
IN9
OUT1
OUT5
IN8
IN12
OUT6
IN7
OUT2
OUT7
IN6
IN11
OUT8
IN5
OUT3
ALARM
IN4
IN10
POWER
IN3
Power
Setup/Alarm
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
OUT1
OUT2
GND
OC4
IN2
IN1
IN11
GND
IN12
IN9
GND
IN10
IN7
GND
IN8
IN5
GND
IN6
IN3
GND
IN4
IN1
GND
IN2
SETUP
SAFE
Damocles2 MINI
GND
OC3
GND
OC2
GND
OC1
GND
+U
Setup
Safe
Ethernet
GND
IN1
GND
IN1
COM2
NO2
NO1
NC2
NC1
COM1
Damocles2 models
Damocles2 1208
Power 9 – 30V
Power
9-30V
ETHERNET
Activity Link
Power
Out
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Damocles2 2404
Feature comparison
Damocles2 MINI
Damocles2 1208
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Pulse counter (SO) on DI
Yes
Yes
Yes
Non-volatile counter memory
Yes
Yes
Yes
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8
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50 V / 1 A relay
OC (open collector)
50 V / 1 A relay
Yes
Yes
Yes
NO4
COM4
NC4
GND
IN24
NO3
COM3
NC3
GND
IN20
GND
IN21
GND
IN22
GND
IN23
-48V
-48V
GND
+U
GND
IN13
GND
IN14
GND
IN15
GND
IN16
GND
IN17
GND
IN18
GND
IN19
DI (digital inputs)
DO (digital outputs)
DO type
Pulse output
VDO (virtual digital outputs)
Power
OUT1
OUT2
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Status
Alarm
Link
Power
OUT3
OUT4
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
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ON
SECURITY
SETUP
Yes
9 – 30 V
No (upon request)
Yes
No
No
Yes
SNMP protokol
Yes
Yes
Yes
SNMP v3 (SSL security)
Yes
Yes
Yes
SNMP Traps
Yes
Yes
Yes
SMTP protocol (TLS support)
Yes
Yes
Yes
MQTT protocol
Yes
Yes
Yes
IPv6 protocol
Yes
Yes
Yes
HTTPS protocol (certificate upload)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Modbus / TCP
Yes
Yes
Yes
HWg-PUSH (SensDesk protocol)
Yes
Yes
Yes
NotGSM (SMS-GW protocol)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box-2-Box 4 (SNMP protocol for VDO)
Yes
Yes
Yes
Box-2-Box 16 (HTTP protocol for VDO)
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
No
Yes
Metal
Plastic (DIN rail)
Plastic (DIN rail)
106 × 94 × 31 mm
145 × 90 × 40 mm
116 × 179 × 46 mm
GND
IN7
GND
IN6
GND
IN5
GND
IN4
GND
IN3
GND
IN2
GND
IN1
GND
+U
Device dimensions
NC2
COM2
NO2
NC1
COM1
NO1
GND
IN12
GND
IN11
GND
IN10
GND
IN9
GND
IN8
Yes
9 – 30 V
No (upon request)
Material, form factor
Damocles2
Yes
9 – 30 V
-48 V (Telco)
External modem (RS-232)
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Damocles2 models
Damocles2 models
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First start
Connectors
Ethernet
Ethernet 100Base-Tx (10/100Mbit). When connected, the green “Link” LED at the connector lights up to indicate proper connection. When communicating, the yellow „Activity“ LED flashes.
First steps
Power
1. Connecting the cables
The green LED indicates that the device is powered. Upon request (and under a different product code), Damocles2 models other than 2404 can be also equipped with PoE (Power over
Ethernet).
Inputs
INx – dry contact inputs. Inputs always share a common ground (GND). The corresponding
green LED indicates a closed contact.
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Turn the unit and note its MAC address that is printed on the label on the side.
Set the switches: DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off.
Connect the unit to the Ethernet (with a patch cable to a switch, cross-over cable to a PC), RJ-45 port.
Plug the power adapter into an electricity outlet and connect it to the Damocles2 power connector.
The green POWER LED lights up.
If the Ethernet connection works properly, the LINK LED lights up after a short while, and then
flashes whenever data are transferred (activity indication)
2. Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
Outputs
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amocles2 MINI – OUTx – relay outputs with NO/NC contacts. When idle, NCx (Normally Closed)
+ COMx (Common) are connected. When activated, NOx (Normally Open) + COMx are connected. Yelow LED indicates an activated output.
• Damocles2 2404 – OUTx – relay outputs with NO/NC contacts. When idle, NCx (Normally Closed)
+ COMx (Common) are connected. When activated, NOx (Normally Open) + COMx are connected. Yelow LED indicates an activated output.
• Damocles2 1208 – open collector – semiconductor outputs with a common ground (GND), for
controlling external switching elements. Yelow LED indicates an activated output. For more
information, see Open Collector – Damocles2 1208 only.
HWg Config utility – root directory of the supplied CD (Windows and Linux versions).
Also available for download at www.HW-group.com -> Software -> UDP Config.
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Click the icon to launch HWg Config. The program automatically looks for connected devices.
Automatic device discovery works only in the local network.
Individual Damocles2 units are identified by their MAC addresses (on the label at the bottom).
Double-click a MAC address to open a basic device configuration dialog.
Alarm/Setup LED
Red LED indicates device state: continuously on means Alarm (DI outside of the safe range),
flashing means TCP or Serial Setup mode.
DIP1/DIP2 switches
DIP1 – activates serial setup mode/restores factory defaults. To restore factory defaults, quickly
toggle the switch 3× within the first 5 seconds after powering up the device.
DIP2 – safe mode – activates HW protection of configuration settings. In Safe mode, parameters
cannot be changed (online demo).
Click for
details
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First start
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First steps
First steps
3. Configure the network parameters
4. WWW interface of the device
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IP address / HTTP port (80 by default)
Network mask
Gateway IP address for your network
Device name (optional)
To open the WWW interface of the device:
• Enter the device IP address in a web browser
• Click the IP address in UDP Config
• Click the underlined IP address in UDP SETUP
The WWW page displays current status of the device and its digital inputs
Click the Apply Changes button to save the settings.
Alternatively, you may use the following utilities to configure the IP address:
• HWg Config for Linux – available for download at: http://hw-group.us/product-version/udp-config-linux
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Important
•To reset the device to factory defaults, toggle DIP1 several times within 5 seconds
after applying power to the device.
•No configuration changes can be stored while DIP2=On.
To change the IP address, set DIP2=Off.
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First start
First start
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Web interface of the device
General:
General Setup:
Security:
SNMP:
Modbus:
E-mail:
GSM:
Log & Time:
Portal:
Inputs:
Outputs:
Virtual Outputs:
System:
General setup
Overview of current readings
IP address, DNS
IP filter, security (username/password), HTTPS certificates
SNMP/SNMP Trap configuration (ports and alarm recipients)
Enabling Modbus/TCP communication
Configuration and test
Configuration and test when working with a remote SMS-GW
Time configuration, NTP server
Connection to a remote portal
Control of inputs and alert parameters
Control of outputs, setting of parameters
Option to control outputs via a Poseidon2 and Damocles2, B2B
Firmware upgrade, save/restore configuration, etc.
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General
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Device name,
e. g. “First floor 1”
Note: For a detailed description, see the detailed web interface description (2nd half of the manual).
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User-defined
DI names
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Alarm
thresholds
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Action when value
out of range
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MIB file for
SNMP software
Note: For a detailed description, see the detailed web interface description (2nd half of the manual).
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Web interface of the device
Web interface of the device
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Security
SNMP
1
1
2
2
3
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Changes SNMP
protocol versions
2
5 destinations
for SNMP Traps
Note: For a detailed description, see the detailed web interface description (2nd half of the manual).
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Filters for IP addresses which
may access the device
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Configuration of usernames and
passwords for accessing the device
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HTTPS
certificates
Note: For a detailed description, see the detailed web interface description (2nd half of the manual).
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Web interface of the device
Web interface of the device
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E-mail
GSM
1
1
2
3
2
4
1
1
This text is inserted at the beginning
of the e-mail subject line
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Up to 5 recipients
of alarm e-mails
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E-mail
test result
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Sends a test
e-mail
IP address of “HWg-SMS-GW” to use
for sending text messages (SMS)
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Recipients‘
phone no‘s
Note: We recommend to use HWg-SMS-GW3 for sending text messages. One central SMS gateway for
all HW group devices in a single LAN.
Periodic Status Settings
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eriodical Status – when enabled, sends an e-mail with device status at the specified intervals.
For example every 24 hours (1440 minutes).
• Alarm Reminder – when active, sends periodic reminders that the device is in the Alarm state.
For example every 15 minutes.
To send e-mail, check:
1. Correct Gateway IP address
2. DNS server in the network settings
3. SMTP server and port
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4. A
uthentication enabled, correct username
and password
5. Spam filter for your mailbox is disabled
Web interface of the device
Web interface of the device
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Log & Time
Portal
1
2
1
3
2
3
4
1
Press the button to manually synchronize
time with the specified server
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Interval for logging
measured values
3
Expected size
of recorded data
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Message from
the portal
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Enable connection
to the remote portal
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Click to connect
to the portal
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AutoPush
configuration
Configures the communication with the portal using the HWg-Push protocol. Damocles2 is the
active side and establishes the connection periodically and/or whenever a change in a sensor
value exceeds the configured AutoPush value.
Connection parameters for the www.SensDesk.com portal are pre-filled.
AutoPush configuration
Whenever an input state changes, Damocles2
immediately connects to the portal and notifies the
DI change. (In case of sensors, the change must
exceed the AutoPush value.)
This configuration only applies to the communication between Damocles2 and the online portal. Local
alarm values are configured in the portal.
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Web interface of the device
Web interface of the device
For portal connection, check:
1. Correct Gateway IP address
2. DNS server in network settings
3. Correct Server Address of the
portal
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Digital Inputs (DI)
Digital Outputs (DO)
2
1
3
1
2
3
1
1
Enter Digital Input
name that will be
shown in e-mails,
text messages
or SNMP traps
2
Alarm contact status:
• Active if On
Alarm when the contact is closed (1 = On)
• Active if Off
Alarm when the contact is open (0 = Off)
• Disabled
No Alarm
3
Reaction to digital inputs:
• Send a SNMP Trap
• Send an e-mail
• Send a SMS
Nothing checked = no active
alarm on the DI
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amocles2 notifies alarm activation/deactivation for
each DI.
• E-mail format cannot be changed, except that inputs
may have custom names.
• Yellow background of the line with a sensor or an input means that the safe range is exceeded but alarm
notification is off.
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Enter a DO name
to show in e-mails,
text messages
or SNMP traps
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Pulse output timer [s].
By default, Pulse
Timer = 0 for
a standard output
Pulse Timer
When set, the output is activated only for a specified duration.
Pulse Timer = 0 disables this function. For details, see the WEB interface description.
Output mode:
0 (Off)
1 (On)
Connecting the inputs
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Choose the output mode
Manual mode: Output controlled over the WEB or M2M protocols
Local Condition mode: Controls the output according to the
specified input
Web interface of the device
A) Manual – DO can be controlled using the Web interface or externally using M2M protocols. DO
cannot be used in “thermostat” mode – local condition.
B) Local Condition – DO cannot be controlled over the Web, it is controlled by a condition. DO is
read-only for all M2M protocols. Hysteresis in the sensor settings applies. In the Local Condition mode, outputs cannot be controlled over the WEB or using M2M protocols.
• On if any alarm – DO = On, if at least one input or sensor is in alarm.
• On if value equal to Trigger – DO = On, if the selected sensor reading is equal to the “Target Value”.
• On if value higher than Trigger – DO = On, if the selected sensor reading is higher than the “Target Value”.
• On if value lower than Trigger – DO = On, if the selected sensor reading is less than the “Target Value”.
• On if alarm on – DO = On when a particular sensor or input is in the Alarm state.
• Dependent On – sensor/input to which the condition applies.
Web interface of the device
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Virtual Outputs (VDO)
System
1
2
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Restores factory
defaults
2
Uploads new firmware
from the PC
Configuration
• Download – download the configuration from the device to the PC.
• Upload – restore the configuration from the PC to the device.
Note: Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
Virtual Outputs allow the use of outputs of other Poseidon2 or Damocles2 units (Box2Box). The
communication uses the TCP protocol and updates take place every 60s. For more information,
see Web interface – Virtual Outputs.
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Web interface of the device
Web interface of the device
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Common features of the Damocles2 family
Displayed readings
• Damocles2 displays current values of all digital inputs (DI).
• Inputs feature pulse counters for connecting energy meters with S0 outputs.
• An input is considered active (for Alarm state purposes) if it is closed for more than approx.
900ms (inputs are sampled approximately every 30 ms because of S0).
• Alarm state can be set independently for each input (contact).
• If the Alarm is not assigned to any channel (SMS, Email, SNMP Trap), the alarm is not notified
and the corresponding line is highlighted in yellow at the first page (General).
• Upon Alarm, the device can send a SNMP Trap, E-mail, or SMS.
• Damocles2 notifies both the beginning and the end of an alarm (contact closing and contact
opening).
• Supports a shared HWg-SMS-GW3 gateway for texting.
• Supports SNMPv1 and SNMPv3.
• Supports e-mail authentication via TLS.
Specifications:
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Maximum wiring length: 50 m
Supported sensors: Any contact without external voltage (dry contact)
Alarm settings for each DI:
• Alarm inactive
• Alarm when the contact is open or closed
• Alarm when the contact is open
Possible alarm responses: Common setting for all inputs
• No response
• Alarm alert sent as a SNMP trap
• Alarm alert sent by e-mail or text message (SMS)
• Alarm alert sent as a SNMP trap as well as by e-mail or SMS
Polling period: approx. 900 ms
Range of sensor IDs: DI (Digital Inputs) use ID addresses from 1 to 24
Input names: Each DI can be named using up to 12 characters
Disconnected detector indication: None, disconnected detectors read as “O (Off)”
DO (Digital Outputs)
Supported interfaces (in detail)
DI (Digital Inputs) – Dry contact Inputs
Dry (voltage-free) contacts can be connected to these terminals. For example door contacts.
The inputs are electrically connected to the power supply.
• Unconnected inputs read as “0 (Off)”.
• Activated inputs (closed contacts) read as “1 (On)”, resistance against the Common pin must
not exceed 500 Ω.
Damocles2 units feature various types of digital outputs:
• Damocles2 MINI – Relay
• Damocles2 1208 – Open Colector
• Damocles2 2404 – Relay
Relay Output
Each output controls two relay contacts: one “Normally Open” (NO) contact (open when the
power is off and after startup), and one “Normally Closed” (NC) contact (closed when the power
is off and after startup).
Contact state (closed / open) is indicated by the corresponding LED.
NO
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COM
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Power
NC
COM
12V Power
NO
The picture shows an example of connecting a 12 V light bulb, powered from the same source as the unit and controlled
by the Normally Open contact of output No. 4.
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Common features of the Damocles2 family
Supported interfaces (in detail)
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Open Collector – Damocles2 1208 only
Open collector outputs with common overvoltage diode protection. Outputs are protected with
internal diodes against voltage spikes (e.g. from relay coils).
• Maximum load: 50 V, 500 mA per output, max. 1500 mA total for all outputs
• Output names: Each output can be named using up to 12 characters
• State names: Output state (On and Off) can be named with up to 6 characters (e.g. “Fuel Tank
14” “Full”/“Empty”)
Output devices can be powered from the same power supply as Damocles, or from another source.
It is necessary to connect the power for external devices accordingly:
A Connecting the outputs – internal power supply
+Ucc
+Ucc
9 – 30 V
OUT1
HWg Config
HWg Config is a freeware utility for finding devices, assigning IP addresses and changing network
settings over the Ethernet.
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Windows and Linux version
IP address is assigned to a product with a specific MAC address
No installation is necessary, simply run the EXE file
Provides a clear overview of device names and parameters
B Connecting the outputs – external power supply
DC
POWER
SUPLY
GND
User interface
GND
DC
POWER
SUPLY
OUT1
MAX. PEAK
50 V / 500 mA
OUT8
OUT8
22k
IN12
+Vcc
IN1
22k
22k
+Vcc
IN1
22k
+Vcc
IN12
+Vcc
Main features
Connecting Damocles2 1208 units (OC outputs) to Poseidon2 (DI inputs)
+Ucc
+Ucc
DAMOCLES
GND
+Vcc
OUT1
IN1
OUTxx
INxx
22k
GND
POSEIDON
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22k
+Vcc
Supported interfaces (in detail)
• Concise graphical environment
• Device name, type, MAC address, IP address and communication port is displayed after a device
is found
• Compatible with all HW group products (Poseidon, Damocles, PortBox, PortStore, I/O Controller,
IP relay and other product lines)
• Windows and Linux versions available
• Displays current network settings of your computer
• Checks if the IP address is in use before assigning it
• Single-click access to the device web page
• Ability to open a Telnet session for TCP Setup
• Ability to restore factory defaults
Detailed program description as well as an instructional video clip are available on the CD supplied
with the device, or at our website: http://www.hw-group.com/software/udp_config/index_en.html
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Web interface
Inputs
Main communication interface
Damocles2 offers a simple and user-friendly graphical WWW interface. Besides displaying
current readings, the interface provides access to complete device configuration and management, including network settings, sensor configuration and alarm responses (SNMP traps).
To access the web interface, enter the Damocles2 IP address into the URL field of your browser
and press Enter:
General
This section displays current states of dry contact inputs, including alarm states and settings.
Active alarm is indicated by a red background of the corresponding line.
• Name – Textual name of the input, assigned by user at the Inputs tab.
• ID – Unique input ID number, as marked on the unit.
• Current Value
• 0 (Off) – Open contact.
• 1 (On) – Closed contact.
• Alarm Alert – List of alarm settings for each input (triggered by values out of safe range).
• Line background color:
• White / no color = Input is not in alarm.
• Red = Input is in alarm.
• Yellow = Alarm is disabled for this input but the value is out of the safe range.
• Counters – Damocles inputs feature pulse counters. This can be used for example to read
energy consumption meters with a pulse output (S0). Counters are incremented whenever the
input is closed. The pulse must be longer than 20 ms to be registered.
Outputs
Displays current output states, including their modes.
• Name – Textual name of the output, assigned by user at the Outputs tab.
• ID – Unique output ID number, as marked on the unit.
• Current Value
• 0 (Off) – Output is idle (open, that is COM + NO connected).
• 1 (On) – Output is active (closed, that is COM + NC connected).
• Mode – Output mode, configured at the Outputs tab.
Other information
• Terminal Configuration (TCP Setup) – Link containing the IP address and the port to open a terminal session for TCP Setup.
• MIB links to the SNMP definition file.
(right-click the link and select “Save Target as…” to save the file to disk).
• OID – SNMP Object Identifier, contains the list of most frequent SNMP OIDs.
(right-click the link and select “Save Target as..” to save the file to disk).
• XSD links to the XML definition file for values.xml.
(right-click the link and select “Save Target as…” to save the file to disk).
• Text and link “For more information try www.HW-group.com”.
Customizable link to the supplier or service provider. The text can be changed in TCP Setup,
see the detailed description of TCP Setup.
Note: The design of the main page can be changed only after consulting the manufacturer; we offer
a “Customization” program. For more information, please contact your dealer.
The main page with the overview of DI and DO states automatically reloads at configurable
intervals (by default every 10 seconds, can be changed easily).
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Web interface
Web interface
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General Setup
Network Settings
Network settings of the device: Network parameters, trusted IP address range, temperature
units, output states, etc.
This block configures the main network parameters for Ethernet communication:
• IP address – IP address of the unit. After a change, the device needs to be restarted.
• Submask – Local network mask. After a change, the device needs to be restarted.
• Gateway – Default gateway. After a change, the device needs to be restarted.
• Primary DNS/Secondary DNS – Primary and secondary DNS server settings. Gateway needs to
be set correctly for correct operation.
• HTTP port – Port for communication using the HTTP protocol. Default is 80.
• HTTPS port – Port for communication over the HTTPS protocol. Default is 443.
• TCP Telnet Setup – Port for the terminal telnet setup mode. Default is 99.
• DHCP Client – Activates automatic network configuration using a DHCP server. Enabled by default.
A DNS server is necessary for converting domain names to IP addresses.
Without a correctly configured DNS server, the following functions will not work:
• Time sync (SNTP), used in e-mails and SNMP traps to timestamp events
• E-mailing (SMTP)
• Logging of values with timestamps
IPV6
This block groups options for operation in networks that support IPv6.
• Enable IPV6 – Enables IPv6 support.
• Autoconfig IP parameters – Enables automatic network configuration using SLAAC.
• Link Local Address – Link address of the device – only visible from the local network.
• IP Address / Prefix length – Global (public) IP address and network prefix. Consists of the link
address and the network prefix.
• Gateway – Default gateway. After a change, the device needs to be restarted.
• Primary DNS/Secondary DNS – Primary and secondary DNS server settings. Gateway needs to
be set correctly for correct operation.
Other Settings and Information
• Syslog IP Address – Syslog server address – only for HW group debugging purposes.
• HW Security Protection – A DIP switch that prevents any changes in the device configuration.
• Outputs: Values of outputs can be changed.
• Configuration: No changes are permitted.
The protection status is displayed in the bottom left-hand corner. When the HW Protection is
active, any configuration changes, including changes of the output states, are ignored. This
mode is useful when connecting Damocles2 to a publicly accessible network.
Device name
•N
ame – assigned to a particular device. This name is shown in all overviews along with the IP
address (UDP Config); it is used as the sysname variable in SNMP.
Note: Any changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button. A successful change is
indicated by an animation in the status bar next to the Apply changes button.
Counters
Resets the counter states at all device inputs – see Inputs. Resetting the device also resets
the coutners.
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Security
Security settings. Restrictions in individual modes are shown in the following table. Lines indicate the method of accessing the device over IP, columns specify the restrictions resulting from
the respective security settings.
No
HW
restrictions protection
(default)
DIP = On
User Password
Read
only
Read +
Outputs
Read &
Write
IP Access filter
SNMP Communities
HTTP
SNMP
Comun1
Comun2
Web index (General)
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
filtered
-
-
-
Other pages
R/W
R
R
R/W**
R/W
filtered
-
-
-
Values.xml
R
R
R
R
R
filtered
-
-
-
Setup.xml
R/W
R
R
R/W**
R/W
filtered
-
-
-
R
R
-
-
-
-
filtered
R*
R*
[R*/]W*
SNMP get (next)
SNMP set
W
no
-
-
-
-
filtered
[R*/]W*
Modbus/TCP
R/W
R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
TCP setup
yes
no
no
no
yes
-
-
-
-
UDP config
R/W
R
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
FW update
yes
no
no
no
yes
filtered
-
-
-
M2M outputs
R/W
R/W
R
R/W
R/W
-
-
-
-
* R and/or W must be enabled on the SNMP Setup tab by checking appropriate boxes.
W** Only outputs can be changed, nothing else. Even the output mode cannot be changed.
Note: The “No restrictions” column reflects the default configuration (see also the screenshots). That is,
HW protection DIP=Off, no password set, IP Access filter set to 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0.
IP Access Filter
Allows defining a range of trusted IP addresses that are allowed to access Damocles2 over
HTTP and SNMP. The IP range is configured separately for each protocol.
To set up the filter, specify the base IP address and the mask that define the trusted range according to the formula below (AND is bitwise multiplication). Access is granted if the condition
is true.
(IP trying to access AND Mask Value) = IP Address Value
IP Filter settings
IP address value
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Access granted from – to
Note
192.168.1.2
192.168.1.2
192.168.1.2
Only one IP allowed
192.168.1.87
192.168.1.87
192.168.1.87
Only one IP allowed
192.168.1.0
192.168.1.224
192.168.1.0 – 192.168.1.31
32 allowed addresses
192.168.1.0
192.168.1.0
192.168.1.0 – 192.168.1.255
All 256 addresses 192.168.1.x
192.168.0.2
192.168.254.255
192.168.0.2 and 192.168.1.2
One address but on two networks
192.168.252.240
192.168.0.0
192.168.1.0
192.168.2.0
192.168.3.0
192.168.0.0
32
Mask value
Web interface
–
–
–
–
192.168.0.15
192.168.1.15
192.168.2.15
192.168.3.15
4 × 16 addresses allowed
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User Passwords
Two separate user accounts (username and password) can be set up for SNMP and HTTP
access.
• Account types:
• Read Only – can only read values and configuration settings.
• Read Only + Outputs – can read values and set outputs, cannot change configuration settings
(not even input names).
• Read & Write – can perform any changes.
• After setting up a username and a password, you will be asked to log in every time you try
to open the Web interface.
• Passwords also apply to access to /values.xml and /setup.xml – see the table.
SNMP
The SNMP Setup tab allows you to configure the settings for communication with the device using
the SNMP protocol. The page content is slightly different for SNMPv1 and SNMPv3. See below.
SNMPv1
In case of “Read Only” user for HTTP access, you will no longer be able to change configuration
settings in the web interface.
What to do if you forget your password
•R
estore the factory-default configuration of the device by one of the following methods:
•U
se the UDP Config utility (must run on the same network segment).
Right-click the line corresponding to the device and select “Load defaults” from the pop-up
menu.
• Use the DIP Load defaults feature. Toggle DIP1 several times during the first 5 seconds after powering up the device.
HTTPS Server Certificate files
Used to manage certificates needed for the HTTPS server. Allows you to upload or delete a public
key, a private key, or a certificate of the certificate authority (CA) that has issued the public key
certificate.
General SNMP Settings
•S
NMP port – Communication port to use for the SNMP protocol [161].
• SNMP Port Listener – Port for receiving SNMP traps from Poseidon and Damocles devices in
Box2Box communication mode [162].
• SNMP Version – SNMP protocol version setting [1].
SNMPv3 is recommended for secure communication – enable it here.
SNMP Access
Defines names and access rights for groups of users that can work with the Damocles device.
• Community – Textual name of the authorized group (usually Public and Private).
• Read – The community is authorized to read variables over SNMP.
• Write – The community is authorized to write values to variables over SNMP.
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SNMP Trap Destination
General SNMP Settings
Destinations for sending SNMP Traps.
• Community – Textual name of the group for the SNMP trap being sent.
• IP address – Destination address where the SNMP traps are sent.
• Port – Destination port where the SNMP traps are sent.
•S
NMP port – Communication port to use for the SNMP protocol [161].
• SNMP Port Listener – Port for receiving SNMP traps from Poseidon and Damocles devices in
Box2Box communication mode [162].
• SNMP Version – SNMP protocol version setting [3].
SNMP Communities
SNMP Access
• Community – Textual name of the security group.
MIB II System Group
User-defined data in the standard SNMP header.
• SysContact – Contact information of the system administrator, e.g. an e-mail address.
• SysName – Same as the device name.
• SysLocation – Location of the unit, e.g. “IT room, floor 2”.
Note: Any changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button. A successful change is
indicated by an animation in the status bar next to the Apply changes button.
SNMPv3
Defines names and access rights for groups of users that can work with the Damocles device.
• User name – Textual name of the authorized group (by default Public and Private).
• Read – The community is authorized to read variables over SNMP.
• Write – The community is authorized to write values to variables over SNMP.
SNMP Trap Destination
Destinations for sending SNMP Traps.
• User name – Textual name of the group for the SNMP trap being sent.
• IP address – Destination address where the SNMP traps are sent.
• Port – Destination port where the SNMP traps are sent.
• Enable – SNMP traps are sent to this destination.
SNMP Users
When the SNMP version is changed, the SNMP parameter interface also changes.
Usernames and passwords for SNMPv3 communication.
• User name – User name.
• Auth. Type – Cipher type for user authentication. Available options are MD5 and SHA.
• Auth Password – Password for user authentication.
• Privacy Type – Cipher type for encrypting the communication. Available options are DES and AES.
• Privacy Password – Password (key) for encrypting the communication.
MIB II System Group
User-defined data in the standard SNMP header.
• SysContact – Contact information of the system administrator, e.g. an e-mail address.
• SysName – Same as the device name.
• SysLocation – Location of the unit, e.g. “IT room, floor 2”.
Note: Any changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button. A successful change is
indicated by an animation in the status bar next to the Apply Changes button.
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Modbus
E-mail
Note: The Modbus/TCP protocol is not secured in any way. We do not recommend using it outside of an
isolated network. For basic security, it can be combined with the IP address filter.
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•
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S
SMTP Port – Port for communication with the SMTP server (25 by default).
E-mail Sender Address – E-mail address that will be shown in the “From” field.
Authentication – Enables username/password authentication if the SMTP server requires it.
• Secure TLS mode – Activates SSL/TLS authentication (e.g. for gmail).
• Name – Username for authentication with the SMTP server.
• Password – Password for authentication with the SMTP server.
E-mail Subject Text – Subject of the e-mails sent, followed by the default e-mail text (see e-mail
format).
Alarm E-mail Recipient – E-mail address of the main recipient (To).
Alarm E-mail Copy – E-mail address of the carbon-copy recipient (Cc).
Periodic Log Recipient – E-mail address of the recipient for periodically e-mailed logs.
Send Test Email button – sends a test e-mail.
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Tip: It is not always necessary to configure a SMTP Server in order to
send e-mails. Damocles2 can
work as SMTP server itself and
deliver the e-mails directly to the
user’s mailbox. However, always test this mode in
your particular environment – the
e-mails sent in this mode are
often blocked by various spam
filters due to missing reverse MX
records.
Damocles2 can only send e-mails,
it cannot receive them.
E-mail is sent upon every alarm
activation and deactivation.
Sending a test e-mail
Multiple systems need to be configured correctly in order to send
e-mails from the device successfully. Therefore, it is advisable to
double-check the following parameters:
• Gateway in the network settings.
• DNS server in the network settings.
• SMTP server and port.
• Authentication turned on, correct
name and password.
• Spam filter of your mailbox turned off.
GSM SMS Interface
Received e-mail example:
DATE TIME Device_NAME Device_IP
01.09.2016 13:42:19 Damocles2 1208 192.168.100.55
Email initiated: Test
-----------------------------------------------------------ID SENSOR_Name VALUE UNIT Safe_RANGE ALARM
-----------------------------------------------------------ALARM state:
------------------------------------------------------1 Binary 1 ON if ON
Sensors list:
-------------------------------------------------1 Binary 1 OFF Disabled
2 Binary 2 OFF Disabled
3 Binary 3 OFF Disabled
4 Binary 4 OFF Disabled
5 Binary 5 OFF Disabled
6 Binary 6 OFF Disabled
7 Binary 7 OFF Disabled
8 Binary 8 OFF Disabled
9 Binary 9 OFF Disabled
10 Binary 10 OFF Disabled
11 Binary 11 OFF Disabled
12 Binary 12 OFF Disabled
123 Comm Monitor 1 OFF Disabled
151 BinOut 1 OFF Manual
152 BinOut 2 OFF Manual
153 BinOut 3 OFF Manual
154 BinOut 4 OFF Manual
155 BinOut 5 OFF Manual
156 BinOut 6 OFF Manual
157 BinOut 7 OFF Manual
158 BinOut 8 OFF Manual
1151 VirtBinOut 1 OFF Manual
1152 VirtBinOut 2 OFF Manual
1153 VirtBinOut 3 OFF Manual
1154 VirtBinOut 4 OFF Manual
1155 VirtBinOut 5 OFF Manual
1156 VirtBinOut 6 OFF Manual
1157 VirtBinOut 7 OFF Manual
1158 VirtBinOut 8 OFF Manual
Sekce Serial Port Settings
Port Function – sets the serial port function (only for models with a serial port and the netGSM
server side feature). 3 options are available:
• Disabled – Serial port is off. Only if no modem is connected and the device works as the client side.
• GSM modem – A GSM modem is connected, and Damocles2 also acts as a netGSM server.
Remote SMS gateway
------------------------------------------------------------------Damocles2 1208: http://192.168.100.55 00:0A:59:04:40:E0
-------------------------------------------------------------------
Configures the IP address, HTTP port and path to the service for sending SMS requests.
For Damocles2, the path is always service.xml.
Tip: For detailed description of the e-mail format, see the “Using Damocles2 units in your programs”
section: http://hw-group.us/cs/podpora/kba004-pouziti-damocles2-ve-vasich-programech
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GSM SMS interface
Configures the parameters for sending text messages.
• GSM Function – Selects whether SMS are sent through a local modem (only available if the
serial port is in GSM Modem mode).
• SMS+Ring when Alarm – Enables sending a SMS and then dialing the number.
• RS-232 GSM module (only for Damocles2 2404 with a RS-232 modem connected) – Indicates if
the GSM modem is ready.
• Not Enabled – Modem inactive. Shown after changing RS-232 port configuration but before
saving it.
• Not Found – Damocles2 is configured for a locally-connected GSM modem but the modem
was not found.
• Waiting for modem – Looking for the modem.
• Initializing – The modem is being initialized.
• Ready – The modem is ready.
• SMS center Number (only for Damocles2 2404 with a RS-232 modem connected) – Provider’s
SMS center number, as read from the SIM card. If the number has not been read, it is not
possible to send SMS.
GSM modem (local or remote)
Sekce GSM SMS recipients
Configures the numbers of SMS recipients, regardless of the mode of operation (local/remote
modem).
• Send test SMS – Send a test SMS to all configured numbers.
• RingOut Test – Dials all configured numbers.
SMS example:
Alarm ACTIVATED, Damocles2 2404, Binary 10, ON
• Device name: Damocles2 2404
• Inputs/outputs in alarm:
• Binary 10 = input name
• ON = alarm state, OFF = idle state
Tip: F
or detailed description of the SMS format, see the SMS interface description in the “Using Damocles2 units in your programs” section.
http://hw-group.us/cs/podpora/kba004-pouziti-damocles2-ve-vasich-programech.
Note: Any changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button. A successful change is
indicated by an animation in the status bar next to the Apply changes button.
Text messages (SMS) can be sent in two ways:
A) Remote GSM modem – Damocles2 does not have its own GSM modem. “Serial Port Settings”
is set to “Disabled”. To send a SMS, a GSM modem connected to another Damocles2 unit or
the “HWg-SMS GWx” product is used. The remote GSM modem must be accessible over the
network, via an A address, by default at port 80 under “service.xml”.
B) Local GSM modem (only for Damocles2 2404 with a RS-232 modem connected) – A GSM modem is connected to the RS-232 interface of Damocles2. The modem is powered from its
own adapter or from the 12V terminals. An activated SIM is inserted in the modem, PIN is
disabled. SMS Center should be retrieved from the SIM after start-up.
SOAP protocol is used for communication. If the connection is not established or is refused,
Damocles2 tries to send the SMS again.
The throughput of the remote GSM modem is limited to 5 SMS per minute for Damocles2 units
and about 20 SMS per minute for “SMS GW”.
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Log & Time
Time Synchronization
SNTP server settings for time synchronization. If the time is not set (the date 1. 1. 1970 is
displayed), the device attempts to synchronize the time approximately once per hour until
successful.
• SNTP Server – IP address or host name of the SNTP server to synchronize the time with.
• Time zone – Set the offset of your time zone against the SNTP server time. SNTP servers use UTC time, which is nearly equivalent to GMT (London time). Hence, for Paris,
Berlin, Prague, and other locations within the same time zone, set +1 hour.
• Interval – Specifies how often the time is synchronized with the time server. A shorter interval
can achieve higher time accuracy, and works around certain managed switches that disconnect ports when there is no active communication.
Date, time, and data logger configuration.
Note: The clock does not run when the device is powered off. The device contains no battery. After
a power failure, the time will be synchronized with the SNTP server.
Data Logger Settings
Configuration parameters for logging values to a circular buffer within the internal flash memory. When the buffer is full, the oldest values are overwritten with the newest ones.
• Log Period – Period of logging into the logfile for all values.
• Logfile capacity XXX – The capacity estimate is given in days, hours and minutes. Damocles2
calculates the capacity based on the number of DI inputs.
Caution: When the circular buffer is full, the remaining capacity shown will be zero. Clear the buffer to
find out the total capacity.
• Report Log Period – Period for e-mailing the log.
• Erase log after E-mail – The log is cleared after it is e-mailed. This reduces attachment size and
can speed up data transfer.
• Open log File button – Stores the current logfile to disk by calling the external /spilog.txt file.
• Clar log File button – Clears all values from the logfile by calling the external /spilog.del file.
Note: Any changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button. A successful change is
indicated by an animation in the status bar next to the Apply changes button.
Date and Time
Current date and time settings.
• Current Date – Date in the [dd.mm.yyyy] format, for example: 31. 12. 2017.
• Current Time – Current time in the 24-hour [hh:mm:ss] format, for example: 17:38:55. The time
updates automatically while the browser window is open. It is only saved when the “Apply
Changes” button is clicked.
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Portal
Portal Message section
Information from the portal, such as links to graphs. Depends on the portal type.
Portal
ortal enable – Turns this feature on or off.
P
Server address – Complete URL of the remote server.
IP Port – Port where the portal listens.
User Name – Username for assigning to a user. You will receive it from your portal administrator.
Password – Password for assigning to a user. You will receive it from your portal administrator.
Current Push Timer – Indicates the remaining time before the next standard data upload.
Current Log Timer – Indicates the remaining time before the next caching of data.
Current Check Timer – Indicates the time remaining until the next Check Push (to check if an
output state change is requested).
• Current Autopush Block Timer – Indicates the delay from one AutoPush upload to the next. The
period is configured from the portal.
• Retransmit number – Number of retransmissions if a Push fails.
• Manual Push – Button for immediate manual upload of data to the portal.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
AutoPush configuration
Damocles2 connects to the portal immediately and notifies a change of an input state (at most
30 s from the last change).
This configuration only applies to the communication between Damocles2 and the online portal.
Local alarm values are configured in the portal.
For portal connection, check:
1. Correct Gateway IP address
2. DNS server in network settings
3. Correct Server Address of the portal
Configures the communication with the portal using the HWg-Push protocol. Damocles2 is the
active side and establishes communication periodically and upon every DI change.
Connection parameters for the www.SensDesk.com portal are pre-filled.
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MQTT
Used to connect Damocles2 to an IoT network using the MQTT protocol.
MQTT Settings section
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•
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•
•
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•
•
•
MQTT Enable – Enables or disables data transfer using the MQTT protocol.
Server – IP address or domain name of the MQTT broker server.
Port – TCP port where the MQTT broker listens (default is 1883, or 8883 for SSL).
Username – User name for logging in to the MQTT broker.
Password – Password for logging in to the MQTT broker.
Secure SSL mode – Enables or disables SSL support when communicating with the MQTT broker.
Client ID – Device ID in the MQTT network.
Publish Period – Frequency of sending data to the MQTT broker.
Topic Prefix Name – MQTT Topic (adress) prefix.
Inputs Topic
• Name – Corresponds to the input name at the Inputs tab.
• ID – Corresponds to the input ID at the Inputs tab.
• Publish – Enables or disables the sending of information about a particular input.
• Topic Name = value – Complete Topic after the prefix:
• x/Value – Current input value.
• x/State – Current input status.
• x/Counter – Current counter status.
Outputs Topic
•
•
•
•
Name – Corresponds to the output name at the Outputs tab.
ID – Corresponds to the output ID at the Outputs tab.
Publish – Enables or disables the sending of information about a particular output.
Topic Name = value – complete Topic after the prefix:
• x/Value – current input value.
For more information about MQTT and its use, see ANXXX at the HW-group.com website.
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Digital Inputs (DI)
Parameters for DI (Dry Contact Inputs). Damocles inputs feature pulse counters; this can be
used for example to read energy consumption meters with a pulse output (S0). Counters are incremented whenever the input is closed. The pulse must be longer than 20 ms to be registered.
Counters are 32 bit (maximum value 4 294 967 295). Values are retained in memory even when
the power is off. They can be reset (for the entire device) at the General Setup tab.
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
ame – Name of the input, up to 12 chars (e.g. “left door”, “smoke room 1”).
N
ID – Unique ID of the input variable within the device [1 – 32].
Current Value – Current state of the input (“O (Off)”/“1 (On)“).
Alarm State – Alarm state definition for each input.
• Active if On – Alarm is active whenever the input is in 1 (On).
• Active if Off – Alarm is active whenever the input is in 0 (Off).
• Disabled – Input has no alarm state defined.
Delay [s] – Delays the sending of information about alarm beginning and alarm end.
Out of Safe Range – Response to the Alarm state activation/deactivation for dry contact inputs.
SNMP Trap – Enables sending a SNMP trap upon alarm activation/deactivation.
E-mail – Enables sending an e-mail upon alarm activation/deactivation.
SMS – Enables sending a SMS upon alarm activation/deactivation.
Note: SMS (text messages) are sent through a GSM modem connected directly to the Damocles2 unit via
the RS-232 interface (see the list of Damocles2 models), or via a remote HWg-SMS-GW3.
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The Alarm state for each DI is only active when assigned to an action (sending an e-mail, SMS
or SNMP Trap). Nothing checked = no active alarm for the DI input (yellow status in the table at
the home page). It is recommended to activate SNMP Trap to notify alarms.
Delay [s]
Time
Alarm status notification based on a Delay value: • Blue: Delay = 0
• Yellow: Delay is set
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Digital Outputs (DO)
Output Control
•M
anual – Output controlled over the web or M2M protocols (XML, SNMP...).
•C
hange to On/Off – Change output state (after confirming with Apply Changes).
• Local Condition – Output is controlled using a condition and a sensor. The output state is read-only
for M2M protocols (output cannot be controlled). The control is linked to the Target Value, hysteresis is used (IDLE Range) as configured for
the sensor.
• On if any alarm – The output is closed if at least one of the inputs or sensors is in alarm. Caution: This condition also takes into account the DELAY and HYSTERESIS settings for individual
active sensors and inputs.
• On if alarm on – The output is closed whenever there is an Alarm at the selected sensor (input).
• On if value equal to Trigger – The output is closed if the value matches the Target Value setting.
• On if value higher than Trigger – The output is closed if the Current Value is greater than the
Target Value setting.
• On if value Lower than Trigger – The output is closed if the Current Value is less than the Target
Value setting.
• Trigger Value – Trigger threshold for the condition (e.g. output is activated if the value is higher
than the Trigger Value).
• Dependent On – Selection of a sensor to which the condition applies.
Controls the outputs and configures their modes.
Basic parameters
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ID – Unique ID of the output within the device [151 – 215].
Current Value – Current state of the input („0 (Off)” / „1 (On)“).
Name – Name of the output, up to 12 chars (e.g. “top fan”, “Door rack 4”).
ON (Closed) Name – Name of the “1 (On)” state – e.g. closed, flooded, activated etc.
OFF (Open) Name – Name of the “0 (Off)” state – e.g. open, inactive etc.
Pulse timer – Activates the input (switches to 1 (On) state) only for the defined period. To reverse the function, use the NO/NC relay output. When Pulse Timer = 0, the pulse function is
disabled (default). The pulse also applies to the local condition. The pulse width applies from the beginning of the
local condition (safe value exceeded). There is only one pulse per satisfaction of the condition.
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Virtual Outputs (VDO)
System
Virtual Outputs allow the use of outputs of other Poseidon2 or Damocles2 units (Box2Box). The
communication uses the TCP protocol and updates take place every 60 seconds.
For details, see ANXX.
Communication monitor
Monitors whether communication with Damocles2 over selected protocols takes place, and if it
doesn‘t within the specified time, a virtual Comm monitor input is activated.
Configuration
•S
ave Configuration – Stores the setup.xml file with device configuration to your HDD.
• Load Configuration – Uploads a XML file with the configuration from your PC.
System
ID – Unique ID of the output within the device [1151 – 1158].
Virtual Type – Enables the virtual output functions.
Name – Name of the output, up to 12 chars (e.g. “top fan”, “Door rack 4”).
Remote device address – IP address of the remote side where the output is controlled.
Port – TCP port where the remote side listens.
Remote port ID – Output ID at the remote side. Corresponds to the ID at the Outputs tab at the
remote side.
• Username/Password – If the remote side uses SW protection against unauthorized use, enter
the Read & Write or the Read & Outputs password.
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ptime – Time of uninterrupted device operation (since last restart).
U
Set Default Config – Restore factory-default settings.
Restart device – Restarts the device.
Update FW – Loads a .HWg firmware file from your PC to the device.
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Software Applications
Updating Firmware
Updating the firmware over the WEB
Upload the firmware in a .hwg file over http to http://x.x.x.x/upload/. Connection interruption
must be avoided during file transfer. If the update fails, upload the firmware over RS-232 as
described above.
Firmware in the .HWg format is available at the Damocles website, or on the supplied CD.
HWg-PDMS
Windows application that logs data from all HW group devices into its internal database. The
application runs in the background (NTservice). Data is retrieved from the devices over http or
e-mail. Data can be exported over XML or automatically stored to MS Excel.
License: • Free HWg-PDMS version for 3
sensors.
•
Paid versions for 8/20/200/
unlimited sensors (DI inputs).
HWg-Trigger
Windows application for detecting and reacting to events.
Detects, for instance, disconnected devices, failed sensors, values out of range, or incoming
SNMP Trap alerts. Possible responses include sending an e-mail, activating a relay over the
network, or sending a text message (SMS) using HWg-SMS-GW. Other responses include displaying a warning message in Windows, starting an application, or shutting down the computer.
Caution: Please contact us in case of any problems with firmware upload.
License:
30-day trial version free of charge.
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Web interface
Software Applications
Damocles2
Damocles2
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SensDesk.com
PosDamIO and SDK
Online portal for collecting data from LAN and GSM sensors.
Damocles2 can connect to the SensDesk internet service. All devices can be managed from
a single WWW interface. Watch sensor states, display your devices in a map, compare trends
in time and analyze alarm messages.
SensDesk is a way to implement fully functional monitoring of customer technology in a matter
of minutes, with fixed costs of the system. No need for installing a complex system or adding
another server at the customer side.
Poseidon Damocles I/O is a command-line utility for Windows and Linux that lets you control
Poseidon and Damocles units over the XML interface. It can display the states of sensors, inputs and outputs, as well as set an output high or low.
HWg SDK is a library of functions, as well as examples of their use, for Unix and Windows. The
functions are intended to help third-party SW solutions communicate with our products over IP.
SDK reduces the time needed to implement support for our products into your SW.
For more information:
http://hw-group.us/cs/podpora/kba004-pouziti-damocles2-ve-vasich-programech
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•
•
•
Overview of all sensors at a single place.
Centralized alarm configuration for individual sensors.
Mobile application for monitoring.
Remote configuration of GSM devices.
Damocles2 can be connected to the sensdesk.com portal similarly to Poseidon2 devices.
http://hw-group.us/product-version/how-to-connect-poseidon2-to-sensdesk
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Software Applications
Software Applications
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Specifications
Damocles2 MINI specifications
Ethernet
Damocles2 MINI dimensions
Power 9 – 30V
Interface
RJ45 (100BASE-Tx) – 10 / 100 Mbit
Supported protocols
ARP, ICMP, UDP / IP: SNMP,
TCP / IP: HTTP, Modbus / TCP, SMTP, netGSM, HWg-PUSH, XML, IPv6, HTTPs, MQTT
SNMP compatibility
SNMPv1 + SNMPv3 compatible, partial support for v2.0
GND
+U
Setup
Safe
DI – Inputs (Dry contact inputs)
ETHERNET
120 mm
Ports
I1, I2, I3, I4
Type
4× Digital Input (for a voltage-free contact, such as a NO/NC relay contact, Dry Contact)
Sensitivity
1 (On) = 0-500 Ω (Up to 12 V can appear at the socket against GND)
Pulse counter
4× 32-bit, min. pulse width 20 ms. Counter value is retained even after power disconnection.
Max. distance
Up to 50 m
DO – Outputs
106 mm
100 mm
Type
OUT1, OUT2 / Relay contacts (NC-COM-NO)
Max. load
Max. 2 A, up to 24 W (2 A / 12 V or 0.5 A / 48 V)
Power – on state
Normal (no state memory)
LED
73 mm
Power
Setup/Alarm
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
OUT1
OUT2
93,5 mm
ETHERNET
Power (RJ45)
Green – power OK
Link & Activity (RJ45)
Green – physical connection established, Yellow – flashes, communication taking place
Input / Output Status
Green – input, Yellow – output
Alarm
On
Setup
Flashing
DIP Switch
DIP1: Setup
ON – Normal function mode
Restoring factory defaults: Toggle the switch 3× during the first 5 seconds after powering up
DIP2: Security
ON = Security mode – configuration cannot be changed remotely
OFF = Non-secure mode – configuration can be changed remotely
Parameters
9–30 V DC / 250 mA DC
Power connectors
1× barrel jack (2.5 mm, outer diameter 6.3 mm)
1× terminal block
Temperature ranges
Operation: –30 to +85 °C (+14 to +150 °F)
Storage: –35 to +85 °C (–22 to +185 °F)
Dimensions / mass
106 × 31 × 94 mm / 300 g
36,5 mm
31 mm
Outputs
NC1
COM1
NO1
NC2
COM2
NO2
Inputs
GND
IN1
Power
Out
Damocles2
GND
IN2
GND
IN3
GND
IN4
GND
+U
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Power
Specifications
Specifications
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Damocles2 1208 dimensions
Damocles2 1208 specifications
40 mm
IN11
GND
IN12
IN9
GND
IN10
IN7
GND
IN8
IN5
GND
IN6
IN3
GND
IN4
IN1
GND
IN2
SETUP
SAFE
Ethernet
ON
10
mm
1 2
OUT1
ARP, ICMP, UDP / IP: SNMP,
TCP / IP: HTTP, Modbus / TCP, SMTP, netGSM, HWg-PUSH, XML, IPv6, HTTPs, MQTT
SNMP compatibility
SNMPv1 + SNMPv3 compatible, partial support for v2.0
Ports
I1 – l12
Type
12× Digital Input (for a voltage-free contact, such as a NO/NC relay contact, Dry Contact)
Sensitivity
1 (On) = 0-500 Ω (Up to 12 V can appear at the socket against GND)
Pulse counter
12× 32-bit, min. pulse width 20 ms. Counter value is retained even after power disconnection.
Max. distance
Up to 50 m
70 mm
Type
8× Open collector
Max. load
50 V max. 500 mA / 1 output, max. 1500 mA / all 8 outputs
LED
IN12
IN11
IN10
IN9
IN8
IN7
IN6
IN5
Supported protocols
DO – Outputs
90 mm
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
OUT5
OUT6
OUT7
OUT8
POWER
ALARM
IN4
IN3
IN2
RJ45 (100BASE-Tx) – 10/100 Mbit
DI – Inputs (Dry contact inputs)
4×ø5,3 mm
IN1
Interface
Power (RJ45)
Green – power OK
Link & Activity (RJ45)
Green – physical connection established, Yellow – flashes, communication taking place
Input / Output Status
Green – input, Yellow – output
Alarm
On
Setup
Flashing
125 mm
135 mm
DIP Switch
145 mm
DIP1: Setup
DIP2: Security
OFF – Normal function mode
Restoring factory defaults: Toggle the switch 3× during the first 5 seconds after powering up
ON = Security mode – configuration cannot be changed remotely
OFF = Non-secure mode – configuration can be changed remotely
Parameters
GND
OC1
GND
OC2
GND
OC3
GND
OC4
GND
OC5
GND
OC6
GND
OC7
GND
OC8
GND
+U
9-30V
Activity Link
ETHERNET
Power
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Power
9–30 V / 1.7 W DC
Power connectors
1× barrel jack (2.5 mm, outer diameter 6.3 mm)
1× terminal block
Temperature ranges
Operation: -30 to +65 °C (+14 to +150 °F)
Storage: -30 to +65 °C (-22 to +150 °F)
Dimensions / mass
145 × 40 × 90 mm / 222 g
Specifications
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Damocles2 2404 dimensions
Damocles2 2404 specifications
100 mm
45,5 mm
Ethernet
Interface
RJ45 (100BASE-Tx) – 10 / 100 Mbit
Supported protocols
ARP, ICMP, UDP / IP: SNMP,
TCP / IP: HTTP, Modbus / TCP, SMTP, netGSM, HWg-PUSH, XML, IPv6, HTTPs, MQTT
SNMP compatibility
SNMPv1 + SNMPv3 compatible, partial support for v2.0
Serial port 1 DB9M – RS-232
Cannon 9 (DB9M)
Pinout
Standard IBM PC – DB9M (RxD, TxD, RTS, CTS, GND)
108 mm
Usage
Serial setup, 9600 8N1
116 mm
Max. distance
2 m
8 mm
Connector
SECURITY
SETUP
DI – Inputs (Dry contact inputs)
NC2
COM2
NO2
NC1
COM1
NO1
GND
IN12
GND
IN11
GND
IN10
GND
IN9
GND
IN8
NO4
COM4
NC4
2 1
GND
IN24
NO3
COM3
NC3
171 mm
179 mm
ON
GND
IN7
GND
IN6
GND
IN5
GND
IN4
GND
IN3
GND
IN2
GND
IN1
GND
+U
Port
I1 – l24
Type
24× Digital Input (for a voltage-free contact, such as a NO/NC relay contact, Dry Contact)
Sensitivity
1 (On) = 0-500 Ω (Up to 12 V can appear at the socket against GND)
Pulse counter
24× 32-bit, min. pulse width 20 ms. Counter value is retained even after power disconnection.
Max. distance
Up to 50 m
DO – Outputs
Type
OUT1 – OUT4 / Relay contacts (NC-COM-NO)
Max. load
Max. 2 A, up to 24 W (2 A / 12 V or 0.5 A / 48 V)
Power – on state
Normal (no state memory)
LED
Power (RJ45)
Green – power OK
Link & Activity (RJ45)
Green – physical connection established, Yellow – flashes, communication taking place
Alarm & RS-232 Setup
Red – flashing – device in RS-232 Setup mode
Alarm
On
Setup
Flashing
DIP Switch
DIP1: RS-232 Setup mode
ON = RS-232 Setup mode on Port 1 (only RS-232 setup works)
OFF = Normal function mode
Restoring factory defaults: Toggle the switch 3× during the first 5 seconds after powering up
DIP2: Security
ON = Security mode – configuration cannot be changed remotely
OFF = Non-secure mode – configuration can be changed remotely
GND
IN20
GND
IN21
GND
IN22
GND
IN23
Status
Alarm
Link
Power
OUT1
OUT2
OUT3
OUT4
IN1
IN2
IN3
IN4
IN5
IN6
IN7
IN8
IN9
IN10
IN11
IN12
IN13
IN14
IN15
IN16
IN17
IN18
IN19
IN20
IN21
IN22
IN23
IN24
-48V
-48V
GND
+U
GND
IN13
GND
IN14
GND
IN15
GND
IN16
GND
IN17
GND
IN18
GND
IN19
ø4,8 mm (2×)
Parameters
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Specifications
Power 1
9–30 V / consumption approx. 250 mA / 12 V DC
Power 2 (PoE)
PoE (IEEE 802.3af)
Power 3 (-48V)
-48 V DC Telco standard (-30 V to -60 V DC)
Power connector 1
1× barrel jack (2.5 mm, outer diameter 6.3 mm), + inside
2× terminal block (U+ / GND)
Temperature ranges
Operation: -30 to +65 °C (+14 to +150 °F)
Storage: -30 to +85 °C (-22 to +167 °F)
Dimensions/mass
179 × 46 × 116mm / 400 g
Specifications
Damocles2
Damocles2
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Other HW group devices from Monitoring category
Formats and interfaces
http://hw-group.us/product-version/damocles2-data-formats
XML interface description
The XML format is identical for both Poseidon2 and Damocles2 devices.
http://hw-group.us/product-version/poseidon2-xml-format
Modbus over TCP – Interface description
Note: For details about Modbus/TCP, see our website – AN28: Damocles family & Modbus/TCP.
HWg-netGSM – remote SMS gateway protocol for HW group products
For a current protocol description, see: http://hw-group.us/cs/node/4648.
Poseidon2
SNMP – Interface description
http://hw-group.us/support/kba001-snmp-popis-rozhrani
SNMPv3
3266/3268
Poseidon2
3468
The basic unit for monitoring temperature,
humidity and other enviromental conditions
across LAN.
Remote monitoring of temperature, humidity and other enviromental conditions in
industrial design.
Poseidon2
Ares
http://hw-group.us/support/kba002-snmp-v3-jeho-vyhody-a-nasazeni-v-jednotkach-poseidon2-a-damocles2
HTTPS in Damocles2 and Poseidon2
http://hw-group.us/cs/podpora/kba003-https-v-jednotkach-poseidon2-a-damocles2
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Formats and interfaces
4002
10/12
Unit designed for demanding monitoring
applications, e.g. in data centers and industry.
Remote surveillance of environment wherever
there is GSM coverage.
HWg-WLD
HWg-PWR
Unit for detecting flooding with detection over
the entire length of the sensing cable.
Measures power consumption using external
M-Bus meters.
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