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Poseidon 3268 – starting guide
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Poseidon 3268
Starting Guide – Poseidon 3268
First steps for I/O & temperature control with Poseidon
1) Connecting the Poseidon 3268
1.1) Check the DIP switches. For installation, set them as shown
in the picture (DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off).
1.2) Output (double-throw relay contact) to turn on/off
external devices (fans, A/C, heating, horn, etc.)
1.3) Connect the power adapter to an outlet (230 / 110V)
and to the Poseidon 12V power supply connector.
1.4) Dry contact inputs to connect sensors with Dry
Contact outputs (buttons, relay contacts, door contacts).
1.5) Temperature or humidity sensors (IT bus interface)
(Temp-1Wire or Humid-1Wire), RJ12 jack must click in.
1.6) Connect Poseidon to the Ethernet (patch cable to switch, or cross-over cable to PC)
Green POWER LED on the RJ45 socket lights up – power supply is OK
Yellow LED on the RJ45 socket flashes – connection to 10 Mbit network is OK
Output 1
Poseidon 3268
Output Off
Input On Input Off
NO NC
Output On
NO NC
Accessories
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Gas Leak Detector
Flammable gas detector, 12V, Dry Contact output
600 240
Flood detector
Water level detector, Dry Contact output
600 005
Temp-1Wire 3m
Temperature sensor, 3m cable (1m = 600 242 , 10m = 600 056)
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Door Contact
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Poseidon T-Box
600 040
HTemp-Rack19
600 330
Temp-1Wire 1m
600 242
Humid-1Wire 3m
600 279
600 311
Temp-1Wire-Outdoor 3m
Temperature sensor for outdoor use, food-safe steel, 3m cable
600 330
HTemp-Rack19
Temp & humidity sensor, installs into a RACK as a 1U device
600 279
Humid-1Wire 3m
Humidity sensor, 3m cable (1m = 600 278)
600 040
Poseidon T-Box
Hub to connect up to 5 sensors, 10cm cable
600 280
Poseidon T-Box2
Hub to connect 2 sensors, 3m cable
600 240
PowerEgg
Power detector / control - 110/230V mains voltage detector (connect to
I1..I4 of a Poseidon) and switch (connect to O1 / O2 of a Poseidon 3268)
2) Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
The UDP Config executable is located in the root of the
supplied CD (Windows and Linux version), or it can be
downloaded at www.HW-group.com, Software -> UDP
Config.
Click the icon to run UDP Config. The program
automatically starts searching for connected
devices.
Click the Find Devices button to start searching
for devices.
The program looks 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.
Configure network parameters
IP address / HTTP Port (default is 80)
Network mask
Gateway IP address
Device name (optional)
Click the Apply Changes button to save the settings.
Note: Contact your network administrator if you are unsure about these settings.
DIP1
DIP2
• Reset to factory defaults
Toggle DIP1 several times within 5 seconds after powering up. Default settings
contains none passwords.
• Disable any configuration changes (online demo mode)
While DIP2=On any configuration change disabled.
Note: Set Dip2=Off to be able change IP address configuration
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3) Configuring the Poseidon with a web browser
Enter the IP address of the device to the address field in your web browser, or run UDP Config and
click the IP address in the list of devices.
Device IP address
Sensor input No.
IP adresa zařízení
Reading at the last
page update
Alarm definition for
each input
Alert to a reading out
of the safe range
Unique sensor ID
(serial number)
Description of SNMP
MIB and values.XML
Device name
Detailed configuration
“Flash setup”
This text can be changed, see
the manual for details
Current Value – current reading of the corresponding connected sensor. “–999.9” means that
the sensor is not available or was initialized only after the device was powered up.
Safe Range – range of readings considered OK (no alarm).
Alarm Alert – defines, for each sensor, whether alarm alerts are enabled and their destination.
“For more information” – info about the servicing organization, configurable in “Telnet setup”.
Retrieving current readings
XML – /values.xml file, format described using XSD – for download on the main page, detailed
comments on XML structure are available in the manual.
SNMP – the poseidon.mib description file can be downloaded from the main page. The SNMP
ports (defaults are 161 and 162) can be changed in Flash setup.
Modbus/TCP – structure description is available in the manual, or in application examples.
Standard port 502 is open for reading.
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4) Flash Setup – Detecting sensors
Click the “Flash Setup” link
at the main page to open a
graphic configuration
interface.
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.
Detecting the sensors
In the “Sensors Setup” tab, click “Autodetect Sensors” in the lower right-hand corner.
Controlling the outputs
In the “General Setup” tab, in the “Output Settings” section in the upper left-hand corner, set an
output value and click “Apply Changes”.
Flash Setup allows you to:
Set up sensor names, “safe ranges” for alarms, and alarm
alert destinations
Monitor current sensor readings, set a refresh interval
Select temperature units (°C, °F, °K)
Set current time and specify a NTP server for time
synchronization
Set SNMP parameters (Community names & rights), define
targets for SNMP traps
Set up alarm alerts via email and test them
Set up security features: names and password, IP ranges
For more information about the configuration, see the manual or visit www.HW-group.com.
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