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Poseidon 3262 Tset – starting guide
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Poseidon 3262 Tset
Starting Guide - Poseidon 3262 Tset
First steps with Poseidon temperature measuring
The Poseidon 3262 Tset [600 257] contains:
• Poseidon model 3262 unit [600 166]
• Temperature probe Temp-1Wire 3m [600 005]
• Power adapter 12V [600 080]
• „Starting Guide“
• CD with documents, manual and Software
Connecting of Poseidon 3262 Tset
1.1) Check DIP switch configuration. Installation position must be
the same like on the picture (DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off).
1.2) You don´t need RS-232 serial port. You can refresh
forgotten password, configure IP address etc, see manual.
1.3) Connect the power adapter to power socket (230 /
 110V) and to power connector of the Poseidon.
1.4) Connect the supplied Temp-1Wire (RJ12)
temperature probe, connector must click.
1.5) Connect the Poseidon to Ethernet (direct
cable to Switch, crossed to PC).
• Green POWER on the connector RJ45 will light up – power supply is OK
• Yellow LED on the connector RJ45 will blink – connection to 10 Mbit network is OK
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2) IP address configuration - UDP Config
UDP Config start-up file is located in
root of supplied CD; latest version can
be found on our web:, follow Poseidon 3262 /
3265 link.
• Click the icon to run UDP Config
program – it will automatically search
for connected devices
In case the device was not connected to
network during UDP Config start-up, you
can easily click the Find Devices button to
repeat the search again.
The Program will search for devices on your
local network. The Poseidon identifies them
according to MAC address which is printed on
label located on bottom part of each device.
Double click on MAC address will open basic settings dialog window.
In this moment it is neccesary to setup network parameters.
Notice: In case you do not have following information, contact your
network administrator
• IP address
• HTTP Port
• Mask
• Gateway IP address
• Name of your device - optional
Do not forget to click Apply Changes button to safe new values to
Poseidon memory
Note: to setup IP address you can use as optional:
• Hercules (/Hercules.exe)
• RS-232 serial port (any terminal, DIP1=ON, 9600 8N1)
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3) Poseidon configuration – web browser
3.1) Enter IP address of the device to your web browser address bar or run UDP Config and click
to the IP address.
WWW page Poseidon 3262
Device IP address
Unique sensor ID
(serial number)
Sensor ´s safe range
Value out of safe
range alert
Device name
Detailed „Flash
setup“ configuration
Description of SNMP
MIB and values.XML
Special configuration
„Telnet setup“
• Current Value – current value of the connected sensor. „-999.9“ means that the sensor is not
available or was initialized after device started.
• Alarm Alert – defined for sensor, monitoring of “Safe Range” is turned on/off, where alert of
range exceeding and Alarm status is sent (inputs for contacts).
• „For more information“ – Contact to service organization, this can be changed from „Telnet
Reading current values
• XML – values.xml file, format described XSD – for download on the main page, detailed
comments to XML structure are in the manual.
• SNMP – describing file of poseidon.mib you can download on the main page. Standard SNMP
ports 161 and 162 can be configured in Flash setup.
• Modbus/TCP– structure description is in the manual or in application examples. Standard port
502 is opened for reading.
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4) Flash Setup configuration
Click “Flash Setup” link on WWW page to open graphic configuration version in your browser.
Macromedia Flash player in web browser must be installed. If you don´t have it, you can download
its last version from Internet or find it on CD: \Poseidon\install_flash_player_7.msi
Using Flash setup you can:
• Setup names of sensors, „Safe Range“ for alarm and where Alarm
alert will be sent.
• Monitor current values, refresh in seconds.
• Select temperature units (°C, °F, °K)
• Setup actual time and NTP server for synchronize the time.
• Setup SNMP parameters (Community names & rights) and define
where to send SNMP Traps.
• Setup Alarm alert via email and test it.
• Setup security elements: Names and password, ranges of IP
More information can be found in manual or on
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