CTX M730V User manual

CTX M730V User manual
PCE-IMS 1 User Manual
IP Monitoring systems
IP Switchable Metered PDU’s
■■ System installation
■■ System setting
■■ Accessories
■■ Monitoring master unit
■■ Extension units
■■ Sensors
■■ SNMP server
■■ List of USB-cameras
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1. System installation.............................................................................................6
1.1 Turning on the Monitoring System..............................................................6
1.2 Configuration of system network parameters............................................6
Use of factory-specific settings......................................................................6
Backup and restore system settings................................................................8
Updating monitoring system software using USB memory sick...................8
Updating monitoring system software through FTP...................................... 9
Recovering lost IP-address of master unit..................................................... 10
1.3 System time synchronization........................................................................10
1.4 Connection and removal of extension units and sensors........................... 11
Connection and removal of the extension units.............................................11
Connection of analog sensor...........................................................................11
Connection of digital sensor...........................................................................12
Removal of analog and digital sensors...........................................................12
1.5 Connection of devices to relay outputs........................................................12
1. 6 Connection of reader................................................................................... 13
Connection of I-Touch Button reader.............................................................13
Connection of Proximity reader..................................................................... 13
Adding key to user database...........................................................................14
1.7 Saving system configuration settings...........................................................15
2. System setting.......................................................................................................17
2.1 Setting system log..........................................................................................17
Viewing system log........................................................................................17
Storing log messages of FTP server/Syslog server........................................ 17
2.3 Setting parameters of sensors, sensor threshold levels­.............................. 19
Setting temperature, humidity, voltage sensors..............................................19
Setting other sensors.......................................................................................23
Setting relay....................................................................................................24
2.4 Setting notifications.......................................................................................25
Notification via e-mail (E-mail alerts)........................................................... 25
Notification via SMS - installation and configuration of
GSM-modem..................................................................................................26
Remote control of monitoring system using SMS-commands............................. 28
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Command: reading sensor parameters............................................................28
Command: setting state of relay/outlet...........................................................28
Notification via SMS......................................................................................29
Notification through UDP (SNMP Trap)....................................................... 29
Notification via ICQ or AIM.......................................................................... 30
Removal of notifications.................................................................................31
Сontrol of monitoring system using ICQ.......................................................31
2.5 Setting timers.................................................................................................33
Adding timer....................................................................................................33
Removal of Timer...........................................................................................34
2.6 Ping service.....................................................................................................34
Adding server to ping..................................................................................... 34
Removal of ping request.................................................................................35
2.7 Application of maps and plans of object......................................................35
Creating or changing object map................................................................... 35
Assigning sensors to location on map............................................................ 35
Removal of maps........................................................................................... 36
2.8 Adding logic circuit....................................................................................... 36
Creation of logic circuit..................................................................................37
Removal of logic circuit.................................................................................38
2.9 Adding logic groups.......................................................................................38
2.10. COM-port remote control..........................................................................39
2.11. Connection of USB camera........................................................................41
2.12 IP Web-cameras...........................................................................................42
Adding IP-camera...........................................................................................42
Removal of IP-camera....................................................................................43
2.13 Application of dynamic DNS Update.........................................................43
Updating dynamic IP address on dynamic DNS services.............................. 43
Setting up router............................................................................................. 43
Application of dynamic DNS......................................................................... 44
3. Accessories..............................................................................................................45
4. Monitroring master unit..................................................................................46
4.1 IP monitoring units – 5500.824, 5510.824.................................................. 46
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Description of I/O on the front panel of 5500.824/ 5510.824.......................46
LEDs on the front panel of 5500.824/ 5510.824.......................................... 46
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5500.824.........................................47
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5510.824.........................................48
4.2 IP Switchable Metered PDUs – 5510.108, 5510.008................................... 49
Description of outlets on the front panel of 5510.008/ 5510.108................. 49
LEDs on the front panel of 5510.008/ 5510.108.......................................... 49
Description of I/O on the IP PDU back panel of
5510.008/ 5510.108....................................................................................... 50
5. Extension units.....................................................................................................51
5.1 Relay-sensor units – 5505.814, 5505.816..................................................... 51
Description of I/O on the front panel of 5505.814, 5505.816....................... 51
LEDs on the front panel of 5505.814, 5505.816........................................... 52
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5505.814.........................................52
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5505.816.........................................53
5.2 Dry contacts unit (BU) – 5505.016...............................................................54
Description of I/O on the front panel of 5505.016....................................... 54
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5505.016........................................55
LEDs of 5505.016.........................................................................................55
5.3 GSM modem 5500.900..................................................................................56
6. Sensors......................................................................................................................57
6.1 Analog Sensors...............................................................................................57
Indoor temperature sensor – 5500.500.......................................................... 57
Outdoor temperature sensor – 5500.501........................................................57
Humidity sensor – 5500.511.......................................................................... 58
AC voltage monitor – 5500.520.....................................................................58
Installation of AC voltage monitor.................................................................59
DC voltage monitor – 5500.525.................................................................... 59
Access sensor – 5500.530.............................................................................. 60
Installation of contact sensor..........................................................................60
Vibration sensor – 5500.540.......................................................................... 60
Airflow sensors – 5500.550........................................................................... 61
Smoke sensor – 5500.560.............................................................................. 61
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Installation of smoke sensor...........................................................................62
Motion sensor – 5500.570............................................................................. 62
Leakage sensor – 5500.590............................................................................63
Water cable detector – 5500.591....................................................................63
6.2 Digital sensors................................................................................................64
Humidity and temperature sensor – 5500.731............................................... 64
Smoke and temperature sensor – 5500.760................................................... 65
Installation of smoke sensor...........................................................................65
Motion and temperature sensor – 5500.770.................................................. 65
6.3 Readers...........................................................................................................66
7. SNMP Server.........................................................................................................67
8. List of USB-cameras supported by the system of
monitoring 3&(06........................................................................................ 67
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System installation
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Attention! Only the person with high-level technical skills should install and setup the
monitoring system.
1.1 Turning on the Monitoring System
Connection of master unit is made in the following order:
1. Install any master unit.
2. Connect the power supply to a power source. For this purpose it is necessary
(in 5500.824 unit) to plug the power cord into the outlet 230V, and to connect
the other end of 12V pin to the connector on the back panel of unit. For the units
5510.xxx you need to connect the power cord to the module and outlet 230V.
3. Connect master unit to local network by means of UTP or FTP cable. One
end of cable is connected to connector 100 Mbit on the front panel of the master
unit, the other end to port of the network switch.
4. Wait until the indicator ‘PWR’ lights up on the front panel of the unit, and
indicator ‘ACT’ starts to blink (approximately in 30 seconds after submission of
power).
If indicator PWR on the front panel of master unit is on, and indicator ACT blinks with
frequency of 1 time per second, unit is connected correctly.
1.2 Configuration of system network parameters
Network parameters of monitoring system have to be configured to have an opportunity of
a further system configuration, for adjustment of system logic. Configuration of network
parameters of system can be made in three ways.
Use of factory-specific settings
To establish network parameters of monitoring system, it is possible to use the system’s
web-interface, by opening it and using initial factory settings.
Factory network settings of monitoring system:
1. IP-address: 192.168.0.193;
2. Netmask: 255.255.255.0;
3. Other parameters not set.
To get access to web-interface of monitoring system, using factory-specific network settings, is possible if previous network parameters of the master unit have not been altered.
Follow:
1. Make sure the master unit is connected to a power source and operates (indicator PWR on the front panel lights up).
Attention! If you don’t have Adobe flash player installed on your computer, web interface of
monitoring system will prompt you to install one. Follow the link ((http://www.adobe.com/go/
getflash/, Internet connection is required). On the requested page press the button “Install now” and
follow further instructions.
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or FTP cable. Ensure that your PC is in 192.168.0.* subnet.
3. Open Internet-browser on administrator’s PC (Firefox or any other that supports Adobe Flash 8), type in the address bar the IP-address
“http://192.168.0.193”. The web-Interface of monitoring system will open. If
the web interface does not open, check that your test computer is in the subnet
192.168.0 .*. Make sure you did not connect the network cable to the RS-485
port. If the problem persists, open interface over an encrypted protocol using IPaddress “https://192.168.0.193”. Ignore the warning!
4. Answer on the question: Synchronize system time with computers time
now? ..OK
Pic. 1.1: Time synchronization from the web-interface
5. In the opened interface select tab “Settings”. If required, change the interface
language in the field “Language». Refresh your browser. Attention! Interface
language changes only after you refresh the browser.
6. In the opened interface select tab «Network»
7. In the fields “IP address” and “Netmask” enter required values (Pic. 1.2),
press the button “Save and close”. Configuration of network parameters of the
master unit is finished.
Pic. 1.2: Tab “Network” is opened in system interface
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After successful configuration of network parameters of the master unit, it is possible to
proceed to configuration of other parameters of system, connection of extension units,
running the system. All other system settings are carried out through web-interface of the
master unit.
Backup and restore system settings
The monitoring system has the ability to save the settings in the backup file and later
restore them. To save file with the system settings, follow these steps:
1. Open tab “Modules” in the system interface. Go to “System Menu”.
2. Select menu item “Download backup file with settings”. A warning will
appear with the description of backup file and you will be asked to save it. (See
Pic. 1.3)
Pic. 1.3: Saving backup file with system settings
3. Save the file to Flash and do not change the file name.
To restore system settings the following steps are required:
1. Copy the saved file to the USB memory stick. Do not change file name.
2. Plug the USB memory stick into the USB slot of the monitoring system.
3. Wait until system’s PRG led lights up and then goes out.
4. Remove your USB memory stick from the monitoring system.
5. Reboot the monitoring system: disconnect power cable and connect it again.
System settings will be changed after the system is booted.
Updating monitoring system software using USB memory sick
Attention! When your monitoring system is updated using USB memory stick, all your settings
are restored to default. All your internal settings, setup logs, passwords, names are lost! All network
settings are restored to default. Default settings are as follows: IP address 192.168.0.193, netmask
225.225.225.0. If you want to update the driver and keep the settings, update your system only
through FTP!
To set the network settings for the master unit using this method you will need a USB
flash drive. Perform the following steps.
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memory stick. Do not change file name. Do not copy more than one file with
extension *.sky to the USB stick. Otherwise firmware update might not be done
correctly.
Attention! Do not change the file name.
2. Make sure that master unit which you are setting up, is connected to a power
source, ( indicator PWR is on).
3. Unplug Ethernet cable.
4. Plug the USB memory stick into the USB slot of the monitoring system.
5. Wait until upgrade process is done. This process usually lasts for 2 minutes.
Please do not unplug the memory stick while upgrade is in process. The Prg
LED on the front panel of the master unit will light up and then go out.
6. Wait until all of the LEDs: Pwr, Alrm, Prg, Act will go out.
7. Remove your USB memory stick from the monitoring system.
Attention! Do not turn off power until all LEDs are off!
8. Reboot the monitoring system: disconnect power cable and connect it again.
9. Wait until the monitoring system is booted. PWR led should be on, ACT led
should be flashing.
10. Check that your system works correctly. Before opening web-interface,
clear web browser’s cache. IP-address of the master unit has been changed to the
default IP-address 192.168.0.193.
If any problem has occurred after upgrading or upgrade has not been done properly, repeat
steps 2 - 8.
Updating monitoring system software through FTP
The monitoring system has the ability to update the software remotely using FTP server.
To update your system with FTP, you need to know FTP server address that hosts the software file. If you are not using another FTP server, use FTP server, ftp://ftp.unilan.ru. To
update new software versions through FTP perform the following steps.
1. Make sure that master unit which you are setting up, is connected to a power
source, ( indicator PWR is on).
2. Open monitoring system interface in your browser.
3. Open tab “Network”. In the field “FTP server to upgrade firmware
from”, enter the address of update file like: ftp://pce-instruments.com/pub/fw-.....sky.
4. Click the link “Update”.
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the download the software file, unzip it and apply the update.
After successful software update the monitoring system must be restarted. This can be
done manually by disconnecting power supply, or remotely by selecting “Reboot system”
in “System menu” of the interface. All the system settings, including IP-address will
remain the same.
Recovering lost IP-address of master unit
Sometimes, as a result of forgetfulness or with a change in administrator, the current value
of IP is lost. If you need to find out the IP-address, connect the USB-drive to a master
unit, the system will automatically copy file “dump log” to the USB flash drive, as well as
all accumulated data from connected sensors and other settings (IP-address). Wait for the
indicator PRG on the front panel to light up and then go out, remove the flash drive, connect it to your computer and open the newly created file in Notepad or any other text editor. The file should be named «dumplog-<today’s date>.txt». Monitoring system saves
current IP-address in the first lines of this file. Knowing it you can now install required
network settings.
1.3 System time synchronization
PCE-MS 1 system a has built-in opportunity of time synchronization through
Internet or a local network. When master unit is switched on, time is synchronized with
the remote HTTP-server, however, this is only possible when master unit has Internet access. Correctly adjust network settings (see above System installation) and Time zone (
see below Network)..
In order to adjust synchronization server, the following actions are required:
1. Open web-interface of system in the Internet browser
2. Go to tab “Network” in the web-interface.
3. In the field “HTTP-server for automatic time synchronization” the factory
address of synchronization HTTP-server is www.google.com. The server can be
changed to any other that is required. Set up system time zone. To do this, select
your current time zone (e.g., UTC +5, Karachi)
4.
Pic. 1.4: Time zone
Press the button «Save and close».
In addition, the administrator has an opportunity to synchronize time of the master unit
with administrator’s computer time. If time of the computer and time of the master unit
are not the same, at opening system’s web-interface notification will appear, which will
ask you to synchronize time ( See pic. 1.1). Press “ОК” to synchronize it. Time can also
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tab “Modules”.
The default time of monitoring system unit is GMT time zone. In order to convert time of
the master unit into current time zone, select the corresponding time zone in field “Time
zone” in tab “Network” of web-interface and press the button “Save and close”.
1.4 Connection and removal of extension units and sensors
Connecting and removal of extension units and sensors is a simple procedure.
Connection and removal of the extension units
To connect extension unit, follow:
1. Connect UTP patch cable supplied to one of two inputs on the extension unit.
Attention! If strong electromagnetic interference is present, we recommend to use FTP patch
cable!
2. Plug the other end of the cable into RS-485 input of master unit or into any
other extension unit. Determining the type of unit and connection will be automatic. It is possible to connect up to 30 extension units.
3. To remove a unit disconnect it from the line of extension units.
Connection of analog sensor
In order to connect an analog sensor follow:
1. Connect supplied RJ11 (6P4C) cable to input of analog sensor.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to 6P4C input (I/O «Analog sensors») of
any system unit. Sensor type is determined automatically.
3. Make sure that the sensor is found by the monitoring system. Go to tab
«Modules» in system web-interface. Find the newly connected sensor. Change
sensor settings (see below) if necessary.
4. Repeat procedures 1-3 for the remaining analog sensors, connecting each
sensor to separate analog port.
5. In tab “Modules” press «Save», in order to save data about the connected
units and their parameters.
Several analog sensors, such as contact sensor and smoke sensor (see above Sensors) have
an additional RJ11 output and can be connected consistently into a circuit. However, the
monitoring system distinguishes it and shows them as one sensor!
Attention! In the presence of strong electromagnetic interference, we recommend to use 2-pair
FTP cable for connection of any sensors!
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In order to connect digital sensor follow:
1. Connect supplied RJ11 (6P4C) cable to input of digital sensor.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to digital input 6P4C (Connectors «DI-1,
DI-2») of any system unit or into a free connector of another digital sensor already connected to the system. Sensor type is determined automatically.
3. Make sure that the sensor is found by the monitoring system. Go to tab
«Modules» in system web-interface. Find the newly connected sensor. Change
sensor settings (see below) if necessary.
4. Repeat procedures 1-3 for the remaining digital sensors, connecting each
sensor to a separate digital port or any other free port of another digital sensor
connected to the system.
Attention! You can connect up to 10 digital sensors consequently to one digital port.
5. In tab “Modules” in “System menu” press «Save», in order to save data
about the connected units and their parameters.
Removal of analog and digital sensors
For removal of sensor disconnect it from the unit. Sensor will not disappear from the
system and will be shown as “Not connected”. At successive connection of the sensor it
is not required to repeat procedure again, all the parameters will be stored in flash memory.
For a complete removal of the sensor, press “Save” in “System menu” of system webinterface; sensor will be completely removed.
1.5 Connection of devices to relay outputs
For connection of devices to relay it is required:
1. Connect commutative power to connector of relay output.
2. Connect electric load to connector of relay output.
3. Plug the connector into corresponding jack of relay output.
Attention! Devices must only be connected to relay outputs without electric load!
Since the relay is a part of unit, it is connected automatically and does not require any actions from the administrator.
Keep in mind that when using monitoring system PCE-MS1 has an access control system, readers are logically related to the first and the second relay outputs.
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Pic. 1.5: No reader
Pic. 1.6: Reader connected
The readers can be connected to any digital input ( «DI-1, DI-2») of any monitoring
system module. The reader is automatically detected. The system program will associate
certain embedded relay to each reader. Bus DI-1 is associated with the relay RLY 1, bus
DI-2 with relay RLY 2. And relay to which the reader is connected changes its own algorithm as follows: at connection of a key or card to reader, the relay switches contacts. The
icon of the relay in tab «Modules» will change as follows:
Connection of I-Touch Button reader
Readers I-BUTTON have two wires.
• ground
• data wire
GND of reader I-BUTTON is connected to the GND pin on the connector RJ11.
Data wire of reader I-BUTTON is connected to the BUS contact on the connector RJ11.
In order for the monitoring system to detect the connection of a reader, NC contact on the
connector RJ11 should be connected using resistor 27K to the GND. Readers can only be
connected to the digital outputs in modules 5500824, 5510824, 5505814, 5505816.
Connection of Proximity reader
Usually Proximity Readers have inputs for
• power supply
• ground
• data wire
Proximity reader’s GND is connected to the GND pin on the connector RJ11. Proximity reader’s data wire is connected to the contact BUS on the connector RJ11. Proximity
reader’s power connects to the +12V pin on the connector RJ11.
In order for the monitoring system to detect the connection of Proximity reader,
NC contact on the connector RJ11 should be connected to the GND using resistor 27K.
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Pic. 1.7: RJ-11 pinouts
All I-Button keys have a unique identifier, in the same way as Proximity cards.
It is possible to use input readers and keys iButton and Proximity simultaneously in one
access system provided there is a sufficient quantity of digital inputs on units. System
allows to easily add new keys or cards to database of authorized persons by a simple touch
to the input reader. System stores data about entries in the system log, which has several
filters (by name or time), and which allows to quickly find data of a certain user.
Adding key to user database
The monitoring system allows you to control certain user access to certain premises. To
configure the monitoring system to control access you need a module having connectors
«DI-1, DI-2» and relay outputs, a reader and a few keys or cards.
To configure user database, follow:
1. Make sure that the master unit is connected to a power source and operates
(Pwr LED on the front panel is on).
2. Plug the reader into one of the free connectors «DI-1, DI-2».
Pic. 1.8: Tab «User database»
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system interface, go to tab «Modules» and locate the relay whose icon shows the
key.
4. Go to the «User database» tab. Click “Add Key” button. A dialog window
will appear for entering keys.
5. Touch the reader with the new key or with card. The dialog window will
disappear, and a new key will appear in the list of keys in tab “User database”.
6. The relay which corresponds to the connector to which the reader is connected will turn on for a few seconds (the length of the inclusion is adjustable in
parameters of the relay).
7. Click on the new key in the list. You will be asked to enter user name. Enter
name and click “OK”. Now a new key or card will be matched with the user.
8. Repeat procedures 5-7 for the other keys or cards.
9. Connect the door lock to the relay, take the reader outside the door.
10. When the user key will touch the reader the relay will include contacts for a
few seconds, the name of the user who passed through the door will appear in tab
«System log».
11. If you do not save the key database, at any resetting of power the database
with all the keys will be lost. Make sure to save the user database in system flash
memory. For this purpose, please:
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface.
12. In order not to lose the user database after an accidental loss of monitoring
system or system failure, save it into a file. To do this, click «Download user
database» in tab “User database”. You will be asked to save file. Select a folder
and file name, click «Save», remember the path and file name.
13. To restore or to duplicate a database of keys, click «Upload userlist» in
the window “User database” to upload the database into the monitoring system.
Click on «Save» in “System menu” in order to save the keys in system flash
memory.
1.7 Saving system configuration settings
The system allows you to save configuration settings into a file for the consequent use.
This option can be useful when you need to set, replicate or restore the system settings. To
save the settings, follow:
1. Open tab “Modules” in the system interface. Go to “System Menu”.
2. Click on “Download system settings”. A dialog box will appear. Save the
backup file on the hard drive of your PC.
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these steps:
1. Put USB flash drive into USB-port on computer.
2. Copy backup file to the flash drive system root.
Attention! Do not change file name.
3. Take out flash drive from the port of your computer and connect it to the
USB port on master unit.
4. Make sure that master unit is connected to a power source and operates (
indicator PWR is on).
5. Prg LED will blink in a few seconds and then will go out.
6. Remove Flash drive. Settings are established.
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System setting
Setting of monitoring system includes several separate procedures:
1. setting system log;
2. setting system interface;
3. setting parameters of sensors;
4. setting notifications, timers and web-cameras;
5. adding keys to the user database;
6. changing system logic;
7. creating logic groups.
2.1 Setting system log
Viewing system log
All changes in sensor states, notifications on carrying out actions of logic circuitry, other
important events are displayed in the system log of monitoring system. To view the log,
go to tab “System log” in the web-interface of system.
In order to save the system log on PC hard disk, press button “Save”. Dialog window
will appear, select file name and save the system log. Type of file saved - RSS 2.0 (http://
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS).
Storing log messages of FTP server/Syslog server
PCE-MS1 system allows you to store log messages on your local server or in Internet.
The system supports FTP and Syslog protocols and can send messages to this remote
server for both protocols. In order to setup this follow:
1.
Open tab “Modules” in the system interface. Go to “Network”.
2. Type in the address of the remote server on which you want the messages to
be stored in the corresponding fields:
a) In order to store messages on Syslog server type in the IP-address or the name
of the remote server in field “Syslog server address”.
Network settings
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server, including the username and password in the field “FTP server address
where log messages are to be stored permanently...”. FTP server may require
authorization, in this case make sure you fill in the field correctly in the form:
ftp://login:[email protected]:port/path
Where:
login and password - the name of the user and password to access FTP server,
this user must have the rights to save files in server.
hostname and port - IP-address or the domain name and the port of the remote
server respectively. If port is not typed in, FTP port (21) is used by default.
path - the path to the folder in which the system will store the log messages.
When storing the system log on remote FTP server, the monitoring system uses passive
mode, i.e. only the server opens up ports for incoming traffic.
When storing the system log on remote FTP server, the system does not instantly save the
data in the remote server, firstly it buffers the information to reduce frequency of saving
data to the server. Log entries are recorded at intervals of 5 minutes.
The format of the file used to save the log to FTP server contains the name of the system
log (PCE-MS1), IP-address of the system from which the log must be stored, and the
date when the log was created. Each time the day changes (at 00:00) the monitoring system creates new file in the remote sever. The name of the file is as follows:
Sky-control-192.168.1.193-2010-03-28.log.
3) Press “Save and close”.
4) Reboot the system to apply changes.
Attention! The changes made to the Syslog and FTP server parameters will take effect only after
rebooting the system of monitoring.
2.2 Variable interface settings
Tab «Settings» of the web-interface allows to set the following:
1. Interface language. To change interface language, select the language you
need and refresh your browser.
2. Ability to play sound when there is a new event or there is an unread log
entry. If you enable this option, the sound will play through speakers.
3. Icon size. Simply move the mouse over and sensor icon size will change.
4. Reload timeout. Speed with which information is updated in the interface.
To reduce the use of network, increase this value
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Pic. 2.1: Settings window
2.3 Setting parameters of sensors, sensor threshold levels­
Go to tab “Modules” in the interface of monitoring system, select element whose parameters need to be altered. (Sensor must be connected).
Setting temperature, humidity, voltage sensors
Pic. 2.2 shows the window for changing parameters of this type of sensor. Each sensor
has 4 logic conditions:
• Low level(Low) – if value of indications of the sensor is not above Low Level:
• Norm (Normal) – if value of indications of the sensor is between Low Level and
Warning Level:
• High level (Warning) – if value of indications of the sensor is between Warning
Level and Alarm Level:
• Alarm (Alarm) – if value of indications of the sensor is not below Alarm Level:
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Pic. 2.2: Adjusting sensor threshold levels
The administrator has the opportunity to set the following sensor parameters:
• Sensor Name - the name of the sensor, which will be displayed in the interface,
in system log, etc.
• Levels of alarm.
○ Low level. If value of indications of the sensor is not above the given
threshold, the sensor switches to logic condition “Low level”.
○ Warning level. If value of indications of the sensor is above the given
threshold, the sensor switches to logic condition «High level».
○ Alarm level. If value of indications of the sensor is above the given
threshold , the sensor switches to logic condition «Alarm».
In order to set the threshold levels move them with mouse. Press “Apply” for changes in
threshold levels to come into effect. However, threshold levels will not be saved in flash
memory of system! If power supply is lost, threshold levels will be lost.
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
The administrator has an opportunity to control the condition of the sensor from webinterface:
• If you click on sensor icon, window will open.
• “Sensor name” allows you to write the name of sensor.
• Logic condition of sensor is shown in the field “Sensor state”.
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the sensor is disconnected from the connector or is defective.
• The two links in field “Save current system state and data in data file” allow
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to export gathered sensor data in the format of CSV and XML for a period of
time up to 3 months. This exported data can be easily opened in a program that
supports tables, for example «Open Office Math» or «Microsoft Excel», and
then can be used to perform required calculations or to be saved in the database
(Pic 2.3).
Field «Response date» displays time of last reading of sensor level by the interface in monitoring system.
Field «Levels» evidently displays the established logic levels of the sensor, as
well as its current data.
You may also set the “Plot period”. The longer the period the less readings are
taken and the less memory is required to store data.
To save all the settings, name, thresholds and periods in system memory, click
“Apply” and click “Save” button in “System Menu” in tab “Modules”!
Pic. 2.3: Performing calculations in Excel
• Plot displays dynamics of changes of sensor’s indications in the last hour, last
3 days or last three months. In order to alter the graph’s time period select the
required period in menu “Plot period” ( Pic. 2.4).
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Pic. 2.4: Selecting plot period
Plot may not be displayed, if the monitoring system has no indications of the sensor, or
if their duration is less than 1 minute. Such situation can arise, if less than 1 minute has
passed from the moment the sensor or the unit was connected, or after synchronization of
time.
Pic. 2.5: Multiple plot
The administrator has opportunity to view dynamic changes of several sensors. To do that
press “Multiplot” and select the required sensors from the list. The list of available sensors contains only temperature, humidity and voltage sensors. The time period of display
can also be changed.
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- 23 The multiple plot has two Y-axis (Pic. 2.5). The left Y-axis shows joint temperature ( in
ºC) and humidity (in %), the right Y-axis shows voltage (V).
Setting other sensors
Other sensors that are not described in the previous section, have two conditions:
• Normal - if the sensor operates in the normal mode, the given level corresponds
to the open contact (the button is not pressed, the smoke is absent, the door is
closed etc.). If the sensor operates in the reversed mode - the given level corresponds to the closed contact.
• Alarm - if the sensor operates in the normal mode, the given level corresponds to
the closed contact (the button is pressed, the smoke is present, the door is closed
etc.). If the sensor operates in the reversed mode - the given level corresponds to
the open contact.
Pic. 2.6: Window opened for contact sensor
The administrator has opportunity to set the following parameters for the given type of
sensor (Pic. 2.6):
• Sensor name - the name of the sensor under which it will be displayed in the
interface, in system log, etc
• Reverse alarm signal - use of reverse operating mode. In reverse mode the sensor switches to "Alarm" level if contact is opened (the button is not pressed, the
smoke is absent).
Press "Apply" for changes to come into effect. However, the changes will not be saved in
flash memory of system! If power supply is lost, threshold levels will be lost.
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
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• Field «Sensor state» corresponds to current logic level of element.
• «Value» displays sensor state. If the field shows «Not connected», the sensor is
disconnected from the connector or is defective.
• Field «Response date» displays time of last reading of sensor level by the interface in monitoring system
Setting relay
Pic. 2.5: Multiple plot
Each relay has two states:
• On;
• Off.
Depending on status of relay, certain pair of contacts of the corresponding relay is closed
on the system panel.
The administrator can set the following parameters of the relay (Pic. 2.7):
• Sensor name - the name of the sensor under which relay will be displayed in the
interface, in system log, etc
• Pulse duration - duration of the relay being in condition "switched on" at submission of impulse on the relay.
• Default state - the condition to which the relay switches at connection of unit
and when the operating logic circuitry that switches the relay is absent.
Press "Apply" for changes to come into effect. However, the changes will not be saved in
flash memory of system! If power supply is lost, threshold levels will be lost.
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
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Monitoring system allows to notify the administrator about the occurred events in four
different ways:
1. Notification via e-mail (e-mail alerts);
2. Notification via SMS;
3. Notification through UDP (SNMP Trap);
4. Notification via ICQ/AIM.
Notification via e-mail (E-mail alerts)
The element "E-mail alert " is used to notify the administrator about the events occurring
in system by sending an e-mail.
Using logic circuitry (see below) monitoring system allows to describe any set of states
of sensors present in system, of which it is necessary to inform the administrator using
given e-mail address. By means of elements "E-mail alert" recipients of messages are
configured, as well as parameters of server's mail from which messages will be sent by this
element.
In order to create such alert:
1. Go to tab "Modules" in the web interface of monitoring system.
2. Select menu item "Add mailer" in "System menu". A form will appear for
filling in ( Pic. 2.8).
3. In the field «Notification type» select «E-mailer».
4. Fill in the fields of the form. All the fields are obligatory for filling in.
○ Name - name of the element under which it will be displayed in the interface, in system log, etc
○ SMTP server - mail client. Correctly adjust network parameters of master unit in order for server to be accessible.
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○ Login - name of the user for authorization on server.
○ Password – password for authorization on server.
○ Mail to - administrator's e-mail to which the notification will be sent.
○ Mail from - e-mail which will be shown in the field "From" in the message received by the administrator.
○ Message format - he format of the e-mail message can be specified by the
administrator. Format of the message is as follows: « Logic circuit %1 has
worked. Conditions of sensors: %2, current time %3 ». The message can
contain the following fields:
%1 – description of the logic scheme that came into action (see below);
%2 – sensor data, included in the logic scheme;
%3 – time of response of the logic scheme ;
%4 – name of logic scheme
5. Press button «Send test message» to test the element.
6. Press button «Save and close».
The created notification will appear in the list of modules and sensors in tab “Modules” in
web interface. Notification will be seen only in modes «View groups» or «View map».
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Pic. 2.9: New notification
Notification via SMS - installation and configuration
of GSM-modem
The monitoring system can send notifications via SMS after you have installed and configured GSM modem. To configure the GSM modem, follow these steps:
1. Disconnect system power cable from the mains supply.
2. Open the metal case of the system by unscrewing the bolts and removing the
cover.
3. Connect the SIM-card to the modem.
4. Connect modem to the system by two M3 bolts, connect one end of the cable
to port on modem board and the other to the port on the system board.
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end of the cable with jack through a round hole in the metal case of the system,
connect antenna to the antenna jack from the outside of the metal case.
6. Close the metal case using the bolts and connect the system power cable.
Once the modem is connected to the system, it will automatically detect it and GSMmodem icon will appear in the web interface in tab “Modules”, you can configure your
modem by clicking on its icon (see Pic. 2.9.1).
Pic. 2.9: New notification
Once the modem was connected and automatically detected, it has to be configured. To
configure the settings follow these steps:
1.
Click on modem icon.
Pic. 2.9.2: GSM modem configuration
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2.9.2.
3. Type in the number of the SMS service centre.
4. Type in the telephone numbers from which you will send the commands to
the system remotely. Only these telephone numbers will be able to send commands! It will not be possible to carry out these actions from any other phone
number.
5. Press “Save and close” to save settings.
Remote control of monitoring system using SMS-commands
Monitoring system with installed GSM-modem has the ability to remotely receive and
carry out commands sent from mobile phones. In order to use SMS-commands, the following steps are required:
1. Make sure your monitoring system is turned on and is running, GSM modem
must be connected to the system and detected by it.
2. Check the modem settings by clicking on modem icon in tab “Modules”.
Network status must be “Registered in GSM network”, signal level must not be
equal to 0%. See pic. 2.9.2
3. The phone number from which the command will be sent must be present in
the field “Phone numbers to command the system”.
If all of the above are correct the following commands can be received by the system.
Command: reading sensor parameters
get SENSOR-ID
This command checks the state of the sensor or relay (outlet) and sends response SMS to
the phone, from which the command was sent, with the sensor state data. SENSOR-ID
can be the name of the sensor or its number.
get outlet-00-1
When this command is sent to the GSM modem phone number it will automatically send
a response SMS to the phone number from which the command was sent, with either
“ON” or “OFF” depending on the state of relay.
Command: setting state of relay/outlet
set SENSOR-ID STATE
This command will switch on or off relay or outlet depending on STATE parameter.
SENSOR-ID can be the name of the sensor or its number. STATE can be ON if relay
must be switched on, or OFF if must be switched off. For example, command
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Will switch on outlet-00-1 in monitoring system.
Notification via SMS
In order for the system to be able to send SMS notifications, GSM modem must be installed and configured, notification must be created. The element «SMS message» is used
for notification using GSM-network. The SMS alert is only possible if GSM modem is
embedded into the system. If GSM device is not installed in monitoring system, sending
SMS will not be possible.
In order to create SMS notification follow:
1. Go to tab «Modules» in the web-interface of monitoring system.
2. Press «Add mailer» in "System menu". A form for creating new notification
will appear.
3. In the field «Notification type» select «SMS message».
4. Fill in the name of notification and the phone number using (+) not (0)! The
default message will only contain the name of the logic circuitry and the time of
notification.
5. Press button «Send test message» to test the element.
6. Press button «Save and close». If you see error message «GSM-modem is
not installed», check your modem settings and refresh your browser.
The created notification will appear in the list of modules and sensors in tab
"Modules" in web interface. Notification will be seen only in modes «View
groups» or «View map».
7. Go to tab «Network».
8. In field «SMS service center address» type in the phone number of the corresponding center starting the phone number with (+).
9. Press button «Save and close».
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Notification through UDP (SNMP Trap)
The element «SNMP trap» uses TRAP-message of SNMP protocol to notify the administrator about the events occurring in system.
Using logic circuitry (see below) monitoring system allows to describe any set of states of
sensors present in system, of which it is necessary to inform specific SNMP-manager (via
given IP). By means of this element recipients of messages are described.
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1. Go to tab «Modules» in the web-interface of monitoring system.
2. Press «Add mailer» in "System menu". A form for creating new notification will appear.
3. In the field «Notification type» select «SNMP-trap».
4. Fill in the fields of the form. All fields are obligatory for filling in.
5. Press button «Send test message» to test the element.
6. Press button «Save and close».
Created notification will appear in the list of notifications in tab "Modules" in the webinterface. To show new notification display mode should be «View groups» or «View
map».
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Notification via ICQ or AIM
The element «AIM/ICQ notifications» uses ICQ-message to notify the administrator
about the events occurring in system.
Once you have set up notification, specify the recipient list who will receive notifications,
each user from the list of recipients will receive a copy of system log. Thus, each user
from the list of recipients will be immediately notified about the events via ICQ.
To create AIM/ICQ notifications you need an ICQ or AIM account, which will be free of
use during running of the system. In order to create such notification:
1. Go to tab «Modules» in the web-interface of monitoring system.
2. Select menu item «AIM/ICQ notifications» in "System menu". A form for
creating new notification will appear (Pic. 2.10).
3. In the field «Subscription list» enter new recipients: ICQ numbers or AIM
names. These accounts will receive notifications.
4. Fill in the field «AIM/ICQ account login», type in the «Account password» of the monitoring system.
5. Press button «Save and close».
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Pic. 2.10 :AIM / ICQ settings
After you click "Save and Close", the system tries to connect to the AIM/ICQ server. If
the connection is established (ICQ server is available, password and login are correct), the
system will send notification to recipients, and AIM/ICQ account registered for this system
will go on-line. System log will record successful login to the AIM/ICQ server. If registering AIM/ICQ account was unsuccessful the system log will show registration
failure and error code. The most common error is an incorrect password.
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Removal of notifications
To remove notification, click on it in tab "Modules". A form of changing notification
parameters will appear. Press button "Delete". Notification will be removed.
To remove an AIM/ICQ notification, click on ICQ icon, and erase your login name and
account password. Once you erased the login name and account password click "Save
and Close», the notification will be disabled.
In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press "Save" in “System
Menu” in tab "Modules" of monitoring system's interface.
Сontrol of monitoring system using ICQ
PCE-MS1 monitoring system allows the user to receive information about the state of
sensors and to manage outlets via ICQ and AIM services. In order to send such remote
commands, the user must follow the instructions described above on how to set up ICQ
notifications. After these are properly set up, it is possible to send commands from ICQ to
the system, in response to which it will send certain data. The following commands can be
processed by the system:
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Pic. 2.10.1: Sending commands to monitoring system from ICQ
• log - this command will ask the monitoring system for the latest messages in the
system log.
• list - this command will ask for the list of all sensors connected to the system, as well
as the list of all outlets (relays) connected.
• get - this command will ask for readings of one of the sensors or outlets connected to
the system. One such parameter can be for example the name of sensor, whose state
is needed to be checked. Example of such command:
get outlet-00-1
In response to this command the monitoring system will send message with the current state of the outlet Outlet-00-1 as follows:
Outlet-00-1: off
• set — this command will ask the system to change the state of outlet. It requires two
parameters – the name of outlet, whose state has to be changed, - the new state to
which it must be changed. Parameter “New state” can be on/off. Example of such
command:
set outlet-00-1 on
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will send the following message:
“The outlet was switched on”
2.5 Setting timers
The monitoring system allows you to perform certain tasks at a certain intervals with a period of 1 day or 1 week, or once. This mechanism is implemented with the help of virtual
sensor-timers. Each timer in the monitoring system can be set to “Norm” when it’s not
activated and “Alarm” when activated. Thus, administrator has possibility to customize
the logic of the monitoring system, taking into account the day of the week or by using the
time period (see below, Logic).
Adding timer
In order to add timer, follow these steps:
Pic. 2.11: Adding timer
1. Go to tab «Modules» in the interface of monitoring system.
2. Press on menu item «Add timer» in "System menu". A form for creating
new timer will appear ( Pic. 2.11).
3. Select the timer mode - "Weekly" or "Once". If you select "Once", then the
timer will react only once.
4. Fill in the fields of the form name, start time and end time. All fields are
obligatory for filling in. For “Once” mode you will need: start time YYYY-MMDD HH:MM format, end time: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM format. For "Weekly"
mode: start time HH:MM format, end time HH:MM format. Year, month, day,
hour and minute respectively.
5. If you selected "Weekly" mode, tick the days on which timer should be
activated.
6. Press button «Save and close».
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show new notification display mode should be «View groups» or «View map».
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Removal of Timer
To remove "Timer", click on it in tab "Modules". A form of changing timer parameters
will appear. Press button "Delete". Timer will be removed. In order to save changes in
Flash memory it is necessary to press "Save" in “System Menu” in tab "Modules" of
monitoring system's interface. In this case all your settings will be restored if power supply will be lost.
2.6 Ping service
Monitoring system has an automatic ping service. It can automatically check a remote
host for availability. When you add several IP addresses you will be able to control remote
hosts availability and round-trip time. Monitoring system can take specific actions if
responses are not sent.
Pic. 2.12: Adding ping request
Adding server to ping
1. Go to tab «Modules» in the interface of monitoring system.
2. Press on «Add server to ping» in "System menu". A dialog box will open ( Pic.
2.12).
3. Type in IP address or the name of server to ping, for example www.pce-instruments.com.
4. Select echo request period (default period 3 seconds) and estimated round-trip time.
5. Press “Save and close”.
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in tab “Modules”. If you click on server icon you can see additional information about the
server such as average echo-timeout, packets sent.
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Removal of ping request
To remove ping request select it from the list of sensors in tab “Modules”. Dialog
window will open where you can edit it. Click on “Delete” button. Ping request will be
removed. In order to save changes in Flash memory it is necessary to press "Save" in
“System Menu” in tab "Modules" of monitoring system's interface. In this case all your
settings will be restored if power supply will be lost.
2.7 Application of maps and plans of object
The PCE-MS 1 system gives opportunity to virtually assign specific sensors
to a certain object inside the premises or other object. This allows quick determination of
sensor's location in room or in office, determine the location of an alarming event simply
by a quick glance on the map.
Creating or changing object map
Monitoring system has a default map of object. In order to upload your own map the following steps are required:
1. Go to tab «Modules» in monitoring system web-interface.
2. Select mode «View map», see (Pic. 2.13).
3. Press link «Change». Click «Upload» in the dialog box.
4. File window will appear. Select the required image and click «Open»
Attention! The system only supports JPEG, PNG and GIF images which do no exceed 5 Mb.
5. Selected file to be uploaded to monitoring system. This can take some time
if Internet connection is slow.
6. Tab “Modules” of monitoring system will be automatically updated after the
image was uploaded and you will see the map image.
Assigning sensors to location on map
In order to assign sensor to specific location drag one of the sensors onto the plan image.
(Pic. 2.13)
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Pic. 2.13: Assigning sensor to location on a map
The location of the sensor on the map will be saved in the monitoring system. In order to
remove the sensor from the map drag it into the group «All elements».
Removal of maps
In order to remove map, go to tab «Modules» and click on «Change», press button
"Delete". After the removal of map, all the sensors assigned to this image would lose their
specific locations on the map.
2.8 Adding logic circuit
Monitoring system allows the administrator to create logic for the system: to set specific
actions for the executive device (relay) and for the "Notifications" to be taken when a
specific combination of logic conditions of system elements occurs.
Logic circuit is a set of the conditions defining an event, and a set of actions taken by
monitoring system on occurrence of event.
Condition: if sensor changes mode. For example, temperature sensor with name "Temp1"
changes its mode to "Alarm". If there are no other conditions, as soon as sensor "Temp1"
will change to mode "Alarm", an event will take place, defined by the given set of conditions. Conditions are united in set of conditions inside of a logic circuit by means of logical operations AND/OR.
Action is transition of specific executive device (relay) into the given condition or actualization of the specific element from group "Notifications". Actions are united in a set of
actions by means of logical operation AND.
Monitoring system allows to specify conditions and to set actions. Created logic circuit
can be found in tab "Logic schemes" of system web-interface (Pic. 2.14).
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Pic. 2.14: Tab “Logic schemes” of web-interface
Creation of logic circuit
To create a logic circuit the following actions are required:
1. Go to tab «Logic schemes» of monitoring system web-interface.
2. Press button «Add logic». A form will appear for creation of logic circuit
(Pic. 2.15).
3. Select a set of conditions, choosing required sensors and their states, for
actions to be taken.
Pic. 2.15: Creation of logic circuit
1. Create set of actions, choosing executive device (relay) or notification and
action produced by it that have to meet the conditions.
2. Press «Save and close». Newly created logic circuit will appear in the list of
logic circuitry in tab "Logic schemes" in the web-interface.
Monitoring system checks the give logic circuit at each inquiry of connected sensors.
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Testing the logic circuit consists of checking whether the conditions of all logic circuitry
are met. If all give conditions are met, the system creates an action that corresponds to the
given logic circuit. The system carries out these actions only after all logic circuitry has
been tested.
The set of actions of logic circuitry is carried out only during the first event that is specified in the given logic circuit. If the same event occurs for the given logic circuit at all
subsequent tests by system (at all subsequent inquiries), repeated action will not be carried
out. As soon as this event does not occur after a test of logic, actions corresponding to this
event will be taken again once this event will occur during the consequent test.
Attention! The actions produced by the monitoring system will not be defined, if actions of different logic circuitry are mutually exclusive!
Removal of logic circuit
In order to remove logic circuit, go to tab "Logic schemes", press button "Delete" opposite the logic circuit needed to be removed. Press button "Save" in "System menu" to
save changes in flash memory.
2.9 Adding logic groups
Sometimes it is convenient to distribute the elements of system into groups depending on
their attributes.
For example, if one system supervises parameters of two rooms Room1 and Room2, then
it is convenient to divide all the system elements into two groups depending whether they
belong to the first or the second room.
In order to add logic group the following actions are required:
Pic. 2.16: Choosing viewing mode
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2. Select mode «View groups» ( See Pic. 2.16).
3. Press the button «Add group», dialog window will appear requesting to
enter the name for logic group and its description. Enter the data and press «OK».
A new logic group is created.
In order to change the list of the elements belonging to certain group, drag the necessary
element from one group to another using mouse ( Pic. 2.17).
Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
In order to remove group press the button "Modify" opposite to group name in tab
"Modules". Press button "Delete" in the dialog window appeared. Press "Save" in tab
"Modules" of system's web-interface in order to save changes in nonvolatile memory.
Pic. 2.16: Choosing viewing mode
2.10. COM-port remote control
IP server PDU 5510.008 has 8 COM-ports of RJ-45 connector format on its front panel.
If necessary, they are connected to the RS-232 connectors of the corresponding server or
PC using COM-RJ45 cable. The master unit contains tab «COM-port» in the user interface. (Pic. 2.19)
Tab «COM-port» allows you to control remote computer via LAN or the Internet, if it is
connected to COM-port of IP server PDU, and if the remote computer has program that
controls access to the terminal.
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Pic. 2.18: Simple serial port remote console window
To configure the remote server for remote control the following steps are required. (Since
different operating systems require to perform different actions, below is an example for
Linux system (Ubuntu)). All the computers that run Unix-based operating systems will
require similar actions.)
1. Make sure that IP server PDU unit 5510.008 is switched on (indicator
«PWR» on the front panel is on), make sure that the server is on and the OS
(Ubuntu Linux) is loaded and running.
2. Connect one end of COM-RJ45 cable to the COM-port on the unit, the other
end to the first COM-port on the server.
3. On the server, open terminal (Alt + Ctrl + F1) and enter command
"sudo while true; do getty -L 115200 /dev/ttyS0“"
This command will set up the first COM-port ( will set speed to 115200 baud, 8
data bits, no parity, and will ignore the signal Carrier Detect (CD)) and will run
the invitation program to login).
4. Open tab «COM-port» in the IP server PDU interface. Set COM-port number
to 1, and speed to 115200 (Pic. 2.19).
5. Enter the username and password, and proceed to work with computer.
6. To shutdown the server remotely , type in:
”sudo shutdown –h now”
To reboot the server remotely, type in:
”sudo shutdown –r now”
7. It is possible to work simultaneously only with one COM-port.
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Pic. 2.19: COM-port remote control window
RJ-45 and COM-port cable
2.11. Connection of USB camera
PCE-MS1 monitoring system allows to connect one USB camera ( web-camera). USB
camera is connected to the USB connector on the front panel of monitoring system. After
the connection of USB camera and after it is found by the system, the system log (tab
“System log”) shows “USB camera found”, and the image of USB-cam appears in tab
“Modules”.
Therefore monitoring system allows remote surveillance over the premises in which the
system is located. To view the image from USB-camera, select corresponding camera icon
in tab "Modules" of system interface. A new window will open where you can change the
image resolution. Although the image is relatively small (JPEG format) it requires fast
Internet. One such image requires from 4 to 12 Kb while the transfer rate can reach up to
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2.12 IP Web-cameras
The monitoring system allows to integrate and give access to images of several IP-cameras in its interface. The system supports wide range of IP-cameras which have the possibility to transfer images in JPEG format.
Adding IP-camera
To add an IP-camera, follow:
1. Open tab «Modules» in the web-interface of the monitoring system.
2. Select menu item «Add IP-camera» in «System menu». Dialog box will
appear (Pic. 2.20).
Pic. 2.20: Adding IP-camera
3. Enter the IP-address of the camera. If IP-camera requires authentication
for access to the interface, enter login name and password in the corresponding
fields.
4. Click on «Search». The monitoring system will attempt to automatically detect full path to the JPEG image transmitted by camera. If it fails, message of an
unsupported IP-camera will appear. In such case, enter the full path of transmitted image in the IP-address field ( which can be found in the IP-camera documentation), e.g. for AXIS IP-cameras the full path is: <ipaddress>/jpg/image.jpg.
5. If the monitoring system identifies IP-camera image will appear. Click on
«Save and close» to apply changes.
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Attention! In order to save settings in Flash memory it is necessary to press “Save” in “System
Menu” in tab “Modules” of monitoring system’s interface. In this case all your settings
will be restored if power supply will be lost.
Removal of IP-camera
In order to remove IP-camera, select it from the list of elements in tab «Modules» of the
monitoring system. An edit box for the camera will appear. Press button «Delete» on the
bottom of the box. Click on «Save» in «System menu» of system web-interface to save
all changes in flash memory.
2.13 Application of dynamic DNS Update
Updating dynamic IP address on dynamic DNS services
Automatic update of IP-address on dynamic DNS hosting services (http://en.wikipedia.
org/wiki/Domain_Name_System, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dynamic_DNS) is needed
when monitoring system is used in Ethernet network, which is not directly connected
to Internet. PCE-MS1 system allows to get access to Internet even when working via
dynamic IP-address, which is convenient when using the system at home.
For installation and setting up the following are required: any master unit (e.g. 5500.824),
connection to Internet and router with NAT support, if you are using your Internet connection through one external dynamic or static IP address set up by your provider.
Setting up router
1. Select static IP address (not used with DHCP) for monitoring system.
2. Assign this address to the monitoring system.
3. Add redirection rules for NAT packets on the router in such manner that
packets going to 80 (8008) and 443 ports of the router were redirected to 80 and
443 ports of monitoring system in the local network:
Server name
HTTP
SSL
Protocol External port Internal port
TCP
8008
80
TCP
443
443
Server IP
IP-adress of monitoring
system in local network
4. Application of external 8008 port instead of 80 port may be required since
80 port is commonly blocked by Internet providers
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PCE-MS1 system supports the following services: http://www.no-ip.com, http://www.
dyndns.com.
For automatic update of IP address follow:
1. Register with one of the services. The required DNS service is provided for
free. Create domain with dynamic DNS as well as:
2. When using service www.no-ip.com:
Select domain and sub-domain, e.g. example.no-ip.com.
Select host type «Port 80 redirect».
Type in the IP-address offered to you, this is your current IP-address.
Type in the port you used when setting up NAT: 8008 or 443.
3. After successful registration adjust automatic update of IP-address of monitoring system. To do that:
4. Go to tab «Automatically update IP-address» in system interface. (Pic
2.21).
Pic. 2.21: Dynamic DNS
5. Tick «Automatically update IP-address...», type in your name or your
email in the field «Login», the one you used when registering for the service.
Type in password in the field «Password», which you used when registering.
Type in registered domain name in the field «Host name», e.g. example.dyndns.
com
6. Press «Apply». A record of successful IP-address update on the service will
appear in the system log within a minute. If there is a record of unsuccessful
update, check the details filled in.
7. Setting up of automatic IP address update is finished.
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Monitoring System may include the following components:
• «Monitoring master units»:
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○ 19” IP monitoring master unit – 5500.824
○ 19” IP monitoring master unit with outlets– 5510.824
«IP switchable metered PDUs»:
○ 19” server switchable PDU with 8 outlets – 5510.008
○ 19” switchable PDU with 8 outlets – 5510.108
«Extension units»:
○ Relay-sensor unit (RS) – 5505.814
○ Relay-sensor unit (RS) – 5505.816
○ Contacts unit (BU) – 5505.016
«Analog sensors»:
○ Temperature sensor – 5500.500
○ Humidity sensor – 5500.511
○ Outdoor temperature sensor – 5500.501
○ AC voltage monitor – 5500.520
○ DC voltage monitor – 5500.525
○ Access sensor (reed switch + magnet) – 5500.530
○ Vibration sensor – 5500.540
○ Airflow sensor – 5500.550
○ Smoke sensor – 5500.560
○ Motion sensor – 5500.570
○ Leakage sensor – 5500.590
○ Water detection cable sensor – 5500.591
«Digital sensors»:
○ Humidity and temperature sensor – 5500.731
○ Smoke and temperature sensor – 5500.760
○ Motion and temperature sensor – 5500.770
«Readers»:
○ Wigand cards reader.
○ iButton reader.
«Passive components»:
○ Patch cable UTP
○ Cables RJ-11 (6p4c)
○ Software CD
○ Power cables
○ Water detection cable
○ COM-port cable
○ USB-RJ11 cable
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4.1 IP monitoring units – 5500.824, 5510.824
Compact devices with dimensions 440×44×110, net weight 2 kg.
It is possible to connect up to 8 analog, 20 digital sensors or 2 1-Wire readers, 16 dry contacts, up to 4 relay devices and up to 30 extension units, such as RS, BU or WT.
Pic. 4.1:IP monitoring unit 5500.824/5510.824, front view
Pic. 4.2: IP monitoring unit 5500.824/5510.824, front view
Description of I/O on the front panel of 5500.824/ 5510.824
Antenna is used by the GSM module of the system.
SIM is needed for operation of GSM modem
Micro SD provides the possibility to send voice messages.
USB-port is used to connect USB flash drive or USB Cam.
LAN-port for 10/100 Mbit, Ethernet connection using UTP/FTP cable.
RS-485 port for connection of up to 30 extension units using UTP/FTP cable.
TR switch is a load switch used to terminate extension devices for a long distance ~ 1km.
Reset button. Hidden switch used for immediate system restart.
LEDs on the front panel of 5500.824/ 5510.824
PWR – Lights up several seconds after submission of power supply on the device.
ALRM – Flashes when a disturbing event occurs in one of the sensors.
PRG – Temporarily lights up during reprogramming of the device through USB port.
ACT – Indicates exchange of data with extension units on RS-485 Bus.
1, 2, 3, 4 – Shows state of relays on/off.
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RLY 1..4. Each of the built-in relays is with 'closed' and 'open' contacts. Max. AC voltage
250V and max. DC voltage up to 24V. Max. current on the relay up to 7A.
DI-1-DI-2. 2 1-Wire bus RJ11 sockets to connect digital sensors with 2-pair UTP cable/4wire telephone cable or readers for access control. It is necessary to use FTP cable to
avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length of the serial bus
is 70 meters. Maximum of 10 sensors on each bus can be connected!
IN1...IN8. 8 inputs RJ11 used to connect any analog sensors using RJ-11 6P4C cable. It
is necessary to use FTP cable to avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length is 30 meters.
Antenna Connection of GSM antenna.
Dry contacts. 16 dry address contacts. Needed for connection of contacts to doors, windows, locks etc. The maximum recommended length is 1 km.
PWR jack. For 5500.824 master unit connection of external network adapter 12V with
10Wt. Internal output “+”, external “-“. Any adapter for 9-14V, 10W can be used.
Pic. 4.3: IP monitoring unit 5500.824, backside
Pic. 4.4: IP monitoring unit 5500.824, backside
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Back panel of unit 5510.824 contains the following I/O:
Pic. 4.5: IP monitoring unit 5510.824, on the backside
Pic. 4.6: IP monitoring unit 5510.824, on the backside
Output 1..4. Are C13 230V connectors with closed relay contacts. Max. load current per
one output - 5A. Max. total load current - 10А.
PWR connectors IEC60320 C14. Power cable 230V IEC60320 C13.
DI-1-DI-2. 2 1-Wire bus RJ11 sockets to connect digital sensors with 2-pair UTP cable/4wire telephone cable or readers for access control. It is necessary to use FTP cable to
avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length of the serial bus
is 70 meters. Maximum of 10 sensors on each bus can be connected!
IN1...IN8. 8 inputs RJ11 used to connect any analog sensors using RJ-11 6P4C cable. It
is necessary to use FTP cable to avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length is 30 meters.
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19" Compact devices with dimensions 440×44×116, net weight 2,5 kg.
Description of outlets on the front panel of 5510.008/ 5510.108
The front panel contains the following I/O and LEDs (See Pic. 4.7, Pic. 4.8):
IN1,IN2 2 inputs RJ11 used to connect any analog sensors using RJ-11 6P4C cable. It is
necessary to use FTP cable to avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length is 30 meters.
USB-port is used to connect USB flash drive or USB Cam.
LAN-port for 10/100 Mbit, Ethernet connection using UTP/FTP cable.
TR switch is a load switch used to terminate extension devices for long distance ~ 1km.
Reset button. Hidden switch used for immediate system restart.
COM 1..8 are RJ45 ports for connection to servers. (Only on 5510.008 IP PDUs).
Pic. 4.7: IP PDU 5510.008 front side
Pic. 4.8: IP PDU 5510.108 front side
LEDs on the front panel of 5510.008/ 5510.108
PWR – Lights up several seconds after submission of power supply on the device.
ALRM – Flashes when a disturbing event occurs in one of the sensors.
PRG – Temporarily lights up during reprogramming of the device through USB port.
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1, 2, 3, 4 – Shows state of outlets on/off.
Pic 4.9: IP PDU 5510.008/5510.108 LEDs on the front side
Description of I/O on the IP PDU back panel of 5510.008/ 5510.108
The back panel of IP PDU contains the following I/O and LEDs (See Pic. 5.10):
PWR 1, 2 connectors C14. Power cable 230V IEC60320 C13. There are built-in 10A
fuses on each line.
Outputs 1...8 connectors C13 230V with relay contacts. Max. load current per one outlet
- 5A. Max. total load current - 20А. Cables used IEC60320 C14/С13. If needed power
can be switched on/off on each outlet remotely via IP.
Current of each outlet is measured and is shown in the interface. In addition, power consumption is shown.
Possibility to use 3-level access to IP PDU, allowing certain user to control certain outlet.
Pic. 4.10: IP PDUs 5510.008/5510.108, back view
Pic. 4.11: IP PDUs 5510.008/5510.108, back view
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5.1 Relay-sensor units – 5505.814, 5505.816
Compact device with dimensions 145×44×100 net weight 0.6 kg. Possible connection up
to 8 analog, 10 digital sensors or one 1-Wire reader and up to 4 relays.
Description of I/O on the front panel of 5505.814, 5505.816
The front panel of RS extension unit contains the following I/O and LEDs (Pic.5.1):
RS-485 port is used for connection to any master unit and for connection of extension
units into chain. UTP/FTP cable is used for connection.
TR switch is a load switch used to terminate extension devices for long distance ~ 1km.
IN1...IN8. (Analog sensors) 8 RJ11 ports used to connect analog sensors using cables
with connectors RJ-11 6P4C. It is necessary to use FTP cable to avoid electromagnetic
interference. Recommended max. length is 30 meters.
DI-1 (Digital sensor) 1-Wire bus RJ11 socket to connect digital sensors using 2-pair UTP/
FTP /4 wires phone cable or to connect access readers. It is necessary to use FTP cable to
avoid electromagnetic interference. The maximum recommended length of the serial bus
is 70 meters. Max. 10 sensors can be connected serially!
Pic. 5.1: Relay-sensor unit, front view 5505.814, 5505.816
Pic. 5.2: Relay-sensor unit, front view 5505.814, 5505.816
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PWR – power is supplied, the system is switched on.
ACT – lights up when data is being communicated with master unit.
Description of I/O on the back panel of 5505.814
OUTPUTS 1...4 are IEC60320 C13 connectors with voltage output of 230V from relay
outlets. Max. load current per one output - 5A. Max. total load current - 10А.
INPUT PWR connector IEC60320 C14. Built-in fuse.
Pic. 5.3: 5505.814 unit, backside
Pic. 5.4: 5505.814 unit, backside
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RLY1..4. Each of the built-in relays is with 'closed' and 'open' contacts. Max. AC voltage
250V and max. DC voltage up to 24V. Max. current on the relay up to 7A.
PWR jack for connection of external power 12V. Internal output “+”, external “-“. Any
charger 9-14V with minimum power of 3 W can be used.
1, 2, 3, 4 – indicate relays switched on/off.
Pic. 5.5: 5505.816 unit, backside
Pic. 5.6: 5505.816 unit, backside
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Compact device with dimensions 145*30*62, net weight 0.4 kg.
Pic. 5.7: Dry contacts unit 5505.016, front view
Pic. 5.8: Dry contacts unit 5505.016, front view
Description of I/O on the front panel of 5505.016
PWR. jack used only if BU unit is at a large distance from the master unit. Internal output
“+”, external “-“. Any charger 12V with minimum power of 3W can be used.
RS-485 serial port is required for connection to the master unit or to another extension unit
using cable UTP / FTP.
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Dry contacts 1..16 – 16 addressed contacts. Any dry contacts can be connected.
Pic. 5.9: Dry contacts unit 5505.016, back side
Pic. 5.10: Dry contacts unit 5505.016, back side
LEDs of 5505.016
PWR – power is supplied, the system is switched on.
ACT – lights up when data is being communicated with master unit.
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5500.900 GSM-modem can be connected to any PCE-MS1 master unit.
Supported GSM frequencies range: 900/1800/1900.
Transmit power: 2W/1W in 900/1800 range.
Pic. 6.11: GSM modem with antenna
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Sensors
6.1 Analog Sensors
Analog sensors have one or two RJ-11 (6P4C) jacks for connection to analog input of any
monitoring system's unit using RJ-11 patch cable. Second jack, if present, can be used for
serial connection of several identical sensors in a circuit. At linear connection the chain of
sensors will be automatically detected as one sensor, however, the monitoring system will
generate an event when any of them operates. Linear connection of analog sensors can be
used for smoke and non-contact sensors.
Indoor temperature sensor – 5500.500
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: 4-wired
telephone cable RJ11 (2m), 4.8*16mm screw. On the bottom there is a ledge with
Ø4.5mm and height 1mm and a mounting hole in 50mm from it for fastening the sensor
using 4.8x16mm screw.
Pic. 6.1: Indoor temperature sensor
Measured range of temperatures: from -40 to 100°С.
Temperature sensor contains RJ-11 jack and is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of
any system unit. Determination of type of sensor and connection occur automatically.
Outdoor temperature sensor – 5500.501
Cylinder of Ø12*28 with an emerging 15m 2-pair UTP cable with RJ11 connector, net
weight 450g.
Pic. 6.2: Outdoor temperature sensor
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After installation of cylinder outside of a building, the UTP cable must be placed to reach
the system unit. After installation RJ-11 connector is connected to an analog input IN1...
IN8 of any system unit. Determination of type of sensor and connection occur automatically.
Humidity sensor – 5500.511
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: 4-wired
telephone cable RJ11 (2m), screw 4.8×16mm. On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø
4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening sensor by
4.8x16mm screw.
Pic. 6.3: Humidity sensor
Sensor is used for measurement of humidity 20-95% indoors with relative accuracy 5%.
Humidity sensor contains RJ-11 jack and is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of
any system unit. Determination of type of sensor and connection occur automatically.
AC voltage monitor – 5500.520
Device dimensions are 80×40×22, net weight 100g. Supply includes: USB RJ11 cable
1.8m.
Pic. 6.4: AC voltage monitor
Sensor is needed for measurement of standard power supply 220-230V or any other capacity in the power supply system
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Plug 230V is put into the outlet necessary for measurement of 230V. Cable's USB connector must be connected to the USB output, connector RJ-11 must be connected to an
analog input IN1...IN8 of any system unit. Determination of sensor's type and connection
occur automatically. The picture below shows USB – RJ11 pinouts:
Pic. 6.5: RJ-11 USB pinout
DC voltage monitor – 5500.525
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: cable
RJ11 2m, 2-pin terminal strip type TBW-5-2p, 4.8x16mm screw. On the bottom there is a
ledge with Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening
sensor by 4.8x16mm screw.
Pic. 6.6: DC voltage monitor
Voltage measured: 0 -100 V.
Sensor has RJ-11 jack and is connected to analog input IN1...IN8 of any system module
using RJ-11 cable. Determination and connection of sensor occur automatically. 2-pin
terminal strip with measured voltage is connected to the other jack on the sensor.
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Two compact devices with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 80g. Supply includes: Contact sensor, magnet, 4-wired telephone patch cable RJ-11 (2m), two screws 4.8×16mm, 2
screws M5 and 2 nuts, bracket. On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø4.5 mm and height 1
mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening sensor by 4.8x16mm screw.
Pic. 6.7: Access sensor
Installation of contact sensor
Using patch-cable RJ-11 sensor is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system
unit. Determination of sensor's type and connection occur automatically. One of devices
in the kit, for example, magnet, is mounted on a door; the second device is mounted on a
jamb of a door. At opening a door contact is disconnected, and system of monitoring receives notification on opening. The first sensor is connected using patch-cable RJ-11 to an
analog input of the system unit, the consequent sensor is connected via patch-cable RJ-11
to an output of the first sensor and so on.
Vibration sensor – 5500.540
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: 4-wired
telephone patch cable RJ11 (2m), screw 4.8*16mm. On the bottom there is a ledge with
Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening sensor by
screw 4.8*16mm.
Pic. 6.8: Vibration sensor sensor
RJ-11 jack is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system unit using RJ-11 patch
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attempts of jolting or drilling of the surface on which the sensor is established, contacts of
the sensor respond and the system receives message on breaking.
Airflow sensors – 5500.550
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: 4-wired
telephone cable RJ11 (2m), screw 4.8x16mm, double sided sticker, 4 airflow cables with
sensor head. On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening sensor by 4.8x16mm screw at any place near the
fan.
Pic. 6.9: Airflow sensor
RJ-11 jack is connected to an analog input of any system unit using RJ-11 patch cable.
Determination of sensor’s type and connection occur automatically. Airflow sensor cables
are connected to the 4 holes on the side of sensor. Sensor heads are mounted near the fan
airflow.
Smoke sensor – 5500.560
Standard smoke sensor with dimensions Ø100×45, net weight 220g. Supply includes:
4-wired cable RJ11 (2m), 2 screws and 2 nuts M4, 2 screws 4.8×20mm. On the bottom
there are mounting holes for fastening smoke sensor to the surface by 4.8x20mm screws
or/and bracket and M4 screws. At installation indoors, in a rack and etc., the sensor monitors occurrence of smoke. Automatic restoration of power after the actuation. Pic. 6.10: Smoke sensor
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Sensor's jack RJ-11 is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system unit using
patch-cable RJ-11. Determination of the sensor's type and connection occur automatically.
The system of monitoring allows to connect several smoke sensors into a linear circuit.
For this purpose each smoke sensor has two jacks RJ-11: input and output. The first sensor is connected to an analog input of the system unit using a patch-cable RJ-11, the consequent sensor is connected via patch-cable RJ-11 to an output of the first sensor and so on.
Such chain is seen by the system as one sensor with one address.
Motion sensor – 5500.570
Device with dimensions 105×57×40, net weight 125g. Supply includes: built in 4-wired
telephone patch cable RJ11 (2m), screws, plastic bracket, manual. On the bottom there is
a mounting slot for fastening sensor by plastic bracket.
Pic. 6.11: Motion sensor
To adjust sensitivity of PIR sensor open the cover and follow the instructions in the
manual (supplied with the sensor).
Sensor contains RJ-11 jack and is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system
unit. Sensor type is determined automatically.
Connecting RJ11 to motion sensor:
Connecting RJ11 to motion sensor
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Compact device of dimensions 60*18*18mm with an emerging 2-pair UTP cable 2m, net
weight 60g. Supply includes: 4-wired telephone cable RJ-11 (2m), bracket, 2 screws and
2 nuts M5, screw 4.8x16mm. Being horizontally installed on a vertical surface the sensor
controls occurrence of water. When water is in contact with the metal cores, the sensor
indicates the emergence of moisture.
Pic. 6.12: Leakage sensor
On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in
50 mm from it for fastening sensor by screw 4.8x16mm. There are two metal cores on the
side of device.
Connector RJ11 is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system unit. Determination of sensor's type and connection occur automatically.
Water cable detector – 5500.591
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 25g. Supply includes: cable,
terminal strip type TBW-5-2p, screw 4.8x16mm.
On the bottom there is a ledge with Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in
50 mm from it for fastening sensor by screw 4.8x16mm. 2-pin terminal strip type TBW-52p with mounted water detection cable is plugged into sensor’s connector.
Pic. 6.13: Water cable detector
Connector RJ11 is connected to an analog input IN1...IN8 of any system unit. Determina
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The other end of the sensor connects 2-wire water detection cable with the plug.
6.2 Digital sensors
The bodies of digital sensors have two RJ11 (6P4C) jacks for connection to any digital
input DI1, DI2 of any system’s unit. Second jack can be used for connection of one or
several more digital sensors into 1-Wire digital circuit in any order.
Attention! It is possible to connect up to 10 digital sensors consistently in one digital port in any
order.
This type of connection allows each sensor to be automatically determined, and monitoring system will be able to distinguish them.
In addition, monitoring system allows to connect to digital port of any unit iButton ™ key
reader or Proximity card reader. The reader will be determined and installed automatically. Only 1 reader can be connected to 1 digital port.
Humidity and temperature sensor – 5500.731
Compact device with dimensions 60×18×18, net weight 50g. Supply includes: 4-wired
telephone patch cable RJ-11 (2m), 4.8*16mm screw. On the bottom there is a ledge with
Ø4.5 mm and height 1 mm; and a mounting hole in 50 mm from it for fastening sensor
using screw 4.8x16mm.
Digital humidity sensor contains built-in temperature sensor.
Measured range of temperatures: -20...+ 60°C.
Measured range of humidity: 10-90%.
Pic. 6.14: Humidity and temperature sensor
Humidity sensor contains RJ11 jack and is connected to digital input DI1, DI2 of any system unit or any other digital sensor's output. Determination of sensor's type and connection occur automatically. Connection of digital sensors is serial, it is possible to connect to
one digital port of any monitoring unit up to 10 digital sensors in any order.
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Standard smoke sensor with dimensions Ø100×45, net weight 220g. Supply includes:
4-wired telephone patch cable RJ11 (2m), bracket, 2 screws and 2 nuts M4, 2 screws
4.8x20mm. On the bottom there are mounting holes for fastening smoke sensor to the
surface using screws 4.8x20mm or/and bracket and M4 screws.
Pic. 6.15: Smoke sensor
At installation indoors, inside the rack etc., sensor monitors occurrence of smoke and
temperature inside the building.
Measured range of temperatures: -20...+ 60°C.
Installation of smoke sensor
Sensor’s jack RJ-11 is connected to a digital input DI1, DI2 of any system unit or to an
output of another digital sensor using RJ-11 patch cable. Determination of sensor’s type
and connection occur automatically.
Monitoring system allows connection of several smoke sensors into a linear circuit. For
this purpose each sensor has two RJ-11 jacks: input and output. The first sensor is connected to digital input of any system unit using RJ-11 patch cable. The consequent sensor
is connected via RJ-11 cable to output of the first sensor and so on. Such chain of sensors
is seen as several sensors with different addresses.
Motion and temperature sensor – 5500.770
Device with dimensions 105×57×40, net weight 125g. Supply includes: built in 4-wired
telephone patch cable RJ11 (2m), screws, plastic bracket, sensor manual. On the bottom
there is a mounting slot for fastening sensor by plastic bracket.
Measured range of temperatures: -20...+ 60°C.
Temperature sensor contains RJ-11 jack and is connected to a digital input DI1, DI2 of
any system unit or an output of another digital sensor. Determination of sensor’s type
and connection occur automatically. Possibility to connect up to 10 sensors into a linear
circuit.
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Pic. 6.16: Motion sensor
Monitoring system allows connection of several PIR sensors into a linear circuit. For this
purpose you need to open the cover, connect cable according to the manual supplied with
the sensor.
Connecting RJ11 to motion sensor:
Connecting RJ11 to motion sensor
6.3 Readers
Monitoring system supports several types of 1-Wire readers. I-Button™ key readers and
Proximity card readers.
Pic. 6.17: I-Button reader
Pic. 6.18: I-Button keys
Pic. 6.19: Proximity reader
Proximity card readers function in a convenient non-contact mode.
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SNMP Server
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Monitoring and partial system configuration can be performed via SNMP protocol, supported versions 1 (RFC 1157) and 2 (RFC 1902 .. 1907). In addition, the system provides
the ability to send Traps, which can be used as notifications for the logic.
Detailed information can be found on CD supplied together with the system or on
www.pce-instruments.com.
List of USB-cameras supported by the system of
monitoring PCE-MS1
3Com Home Connect Lite
3DeMON USB Capture
ADS Instant VCD
Agfa ephoto CL20
Aiptek DV3500 Mpeg4
Aiptek mini PenCam 1.3
MPixels
Aiptek Mini PenCam 2
MPixels
Aiptek Pencam SD 2 MPixels
Aiptek PocketCam 2Mega
Aiptek PocketCam 3 M
Aiptek Pocket Cam 4M
Aiptek PocketDV
Aiptek PocketDV3100+
Aiptek Pocket DV5100
Aiptek Pocket DV5300
Aiptek PocketDVII 1.3
MPixels
Aiptek Slim3000F
Aiptek Slim 3200
ApexDigital Digitrex2110 spca533
Arowana 300K CMOS
Camera
Benq DC1016
Benq DC1300
Benq DC1500
Genius VideoCAM NB
Genius Videocam V2
Genius Videocam V3
Grandtec V.cap
Hama USB Sightcam 100
Hama USB Sightcam 100 (2)
ICM532 cam
Intel Create and Share
Intel Easy PC Camera
Intel PC Camera Pro
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Intel Pocket PC Camera
Jenoptik DC 21 LCD
JVC GC-A50
Kodak DVC-325
Kodak EZ200
Kowa Bs888e MicroCamera
Labtec Webcam
Labtec Webcam Elch2
Labtec Webcam Notebook
Labtec Webcam Plus
Labtec Webcam Pro
LG LIC-200
LG Lic-300
Logitech ClickSmart 310
Logitech ClickSmart 820
Logitech Inc. ClickSmart 420
Logitech Inc. ClickSmart 510
Logitech Notebook Deluxe
Mustek DV4000 Mpeg4
Mustek Gsmart 300
Mustek Gsmart D30 spca533
Mustek Gsmart LCD 2
Mustek Gsmart LCD 3
Mustek Gsmart Mini
Mustek gSmart mini 2
Mustek gSmart mini 3
Mustek MDC3500
Mustek MDC4000
Mustek MDC5500Z
Mustek Wcam300A
Mustek WCam300AN
Mustek Wcamm300A 2
Optimedia TechnoAME
PalmPix DC85
PC-Cam350
PetCam
Philips SPC200NC
Philips SPC300NC
Philips SPC600NC
Philips SPC700NC
Pixart PAC207-BCA
Polaroid Ion 80
Polaroid PDC2030
Polaroid PDC3070
Pure Digital Dakota 62
Benq DC3410
Concord 3045 spca536a
Creative Instant P0620
Creative Instant P0620D
Creative Live!
Creative Mobile PD1090
Creative Notebook PD1170
Creative Notebook PD1171
Creative NX
Creative Nx Pro
Creative NX Pro FW2
Creative PC-CAM 300
Creative PC-CAM 600
Creative PCcam750
Creative Webcam NX ULTRA
Creative Webcam Vista
Creative Webcam Vista
Creative Webcam Vista Plus
CTX M730V built in Cam
Digital Dream Enigma 1.3
Digital Dream Epsilon 1.3
D-Link DSC-350
Flexcam 100 Camera
FlyCam Usb 100
Generic Vimicro 303b
Generic Zc0305b
Genius Dsc 1.3 Smart spca504B-P3
Genius GF112
Genius VideoCAM Express
Genius Videocam Express V2
Firmware 2
Genius VideoCam Ge111
Logitech QCIM
Logitech QuickCam chat
Logitech QuickCam chat
Logitech QuickCam
Communicate STX
Logitech QuickCam Express II
Logitech QuickCam for
Notebook
Logitech QuickCam for
Notebooks
Logitech QuickCam IM
Logitech QuickCam Image
Logitech QuickCam IM/Connect
Logitech QuickCam IM ftp mib yur
Logitech QuickCam IM + sound
Logitech QuickCam Traveler
Mars-Semi Pc-Camera MR97311
MI0360
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Maxell Compact PC PM3
Maxell Max Pocket LEdit. 1.3
MPixels
Megapix V4
Mercury Cyberpix S550V
Mercury Digital Pro 3.1Mp
Mercury Peripherals Inc.
Micro Innovation IC200
Micro Innovation WebCam 320
Mustek Digicam 330K
Mustek DV 3000
QCam Sangha
QCam xxxxxx
QC Express
Qtec Webcam 100
Sangha 350k
Smile International
Sonix Btc PC380
Sonix Pccam +
Sonix PcCam
Sonix sn9c102P Hv7131R
Sonix sn9c10x + Pas106
sensor
Sonix VGA Ov7630
Speed NVC 350K
Sunplus CA500C
Sunplus Generic spca536a
Sweex SIF webcam
Terratec 2 move 1.3
Toptro Industrial
Typhoon Webshot II
Unknow Ori Camera
Usb Grabber PV321c
Veo Stingray 1
Veo Stingray 2
VideoCam Messenger
sn9c101 Ov7630
ViewQuest M318B
ViewQuest VQ110
Xcam Shanga
Z-star Vimicro zc0301p
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