Thermometer with Ethernet data transmission ASCII, HTTP (WEB

Thermometer with Ethernet data transmission ASCII, HTTP (WEB
TME
Thermometer with Ethernet data transmission
ASCII, HTTP (WEB), SMTP (e-mail), SNMP,
MODBUS TCP, XML, …
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Datasheet
Created: 9/19/2005
Last update: 11/9/2016 12:55
Number of pages: 52
© 2016 Papouch s.r.o.
Papouch s.r.o.
Address:
Strasnicka 3164
102 00 Prague 10
Czech Republic
Tel:
+420 267 314 267
Fax:
+420 267 314 269
Internet:
www.papouch.com
E-mail:
[email protected]
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Basic information ................................................ 4
Description ................................................... 4
Features ...................................................... 4
Options for gathering data from TME ........... 6
Detailed characteristics ................................ 7
What is new ................................................. 9
Finish ......................................................... 11
Package Contents ..................................... 12
Accessories ............................................... 12
Connection........................................................ 13
Thermometer settings ....................................... 14
Ethernet configurator ................................. 14
WEB interface settings ...................................... 14
Network ......................................................... 15
Communication methods ........................... 16
Miscelanious parameters ........................... 16
Device reset ............................................... 17
Security ......................................................... 17
E-mail ............................................................ 18
SMTP authorization ................................... 19
SNMP ............................................................ 19
Sending ......................................................... 20
HTTP GET ................................................. 21
HTTP POST............................................... 21
Sensor ........................................................... 22
Temperatures watching ............................. 22
Temperature calibration ............................. 23
Other ............................................................. 24
Info ................................................................ 25
Telnet configuration .......................................... 26
Exit without save ........................................... 28
Save and exit ................................................ 28
How to connect to TME ..................................... 29
WEB interface ............................................... 29
Mini view .................................................... 30
Simplify ...................................................... 31
Viewing multiple sensors on a single page. 31
Wiewing on an older mobile phone ............ 32
XML file ......................................................... 33
status ......................................................... 33
sns ............................................................. 33
Inserting the temperature value into
a w e b s i t e u s i n g a s c r i p t ...................... 35
Example of the temperature embedded in a
WEB page ................................................. 35
HTTP GET ................................................. 35
HTTP POST .............................................. 38
TCP connection ............................................. 39
Passive mode (Server) .............................. 39
Active mode (Client)................................... 39
Message format ......................................... 40
Example including source codes ................ 40
SNMP ............................................................ 41
General ...................................................... 41
Using SNMP .............................................. 42
MIB table ................................................... 42
Automatic traps .......................................... 43
Sending e-mails............................................. 45
MODBUS Protocol ........................................ 45
Input Register ............................................ 45
Connection .................................................... 26
Unknown IP address .................................. 26
IP address is known ................................... 27
FAQ .................................................................. 46
What needs to be set for my thermometer to
work in the network? .................................. 46
How do I get TME's IP address? ................ 46
Telnet main menu.......................................... 27
Indication .......................................................... 47
Server ........................................................... 27
Hard reset ......................................................... 48
Factory Defaults ............................................ 28
technical parameters......................................... 49
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BASIC INFORMATION
Description
TME is a simple temperature sensor with Ethernet interface. It measures temperatures ranging
from -55°C to +125°C. Measured values can be read in several ways including internal WEB
pages.
The communication is realized via various TCP/IP protocols. Thanks to this it is possible to
choose a method suitable for particular application. The temperature is sent in a simple ASCII
format directly in degrees Celsius; there is no need of any additional conversion. It also enables
communication with SNMP protocol (UDP) or sending an e-mail in case any of the pre-set limits
is exceeded.
You can easily embed the temperature from TME to your WEB site using http GET. Measured
temperature is also available in XML file or it can be sent as an http POST in XML format fo
rfurther processing in a WEB service. (All temperature acquisition methods are on page 6.)
TME is configurable via WEB interface. TME is powered from an external PSU 5V (TME).
Fig. 1 – Connection and Access to the TME in computer network
Features
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Measurement of temperatures raging from -55 °C to +125 °C; resolution 0,1 °C
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Data transfer via TCP/IP protocols (10/100 Ethernet)
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WEB based Configuration.
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Temperature sensor in the metal rod with IP68 coverage.
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Sensor is connected to the TME by highly resistant silicon cable.
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5V DC powered – wall-plug PSU included.
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Powered form 5V DC (Wall plug adaptor included)
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Can be mounted to DIN rail.
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Temperature watching:
1. Internal WEB page containing current temperature.
2. Mobile WEB/WAP page for mobile viewing.
3. Mini browser window containing current temperature.
4. Multiple TMEs’ temperatures can be displayed on a single WEB page.
5. Automatic e-mail sending when pre-set thresholds are overrun.
6. Sending the temperature via TCP data channel (as a string in Celsius degrees).
7. SNMP a MODBUS TCP protocols.
8. Automatic temperature sending via HTTP GET request.1
9. Automatic temperature sending via HTTP POST in XML format.
10. Temperature and all settings easily accessible in XML format.
11. Wix software for displaying values from TME or other Papouch devices.
12. Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget available.
13. PHP application containing graphs with temperature development in a set period.
14. TME DLL library. (Including functionalsample and source code for C# .NET.)
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Sample scripts for inputing temperature to your WEB.
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Options for gathering data from TME
Fig. 2 – Temperature acquisition method
1) Internal website
When the thermometer's IP address is set in an Internet browser, 2 a website is brought
up displaying the actual temperature value and the set temperature limits. A Czech or
English language version of this website can be chosen within the settings. The
temperature value can be shown in degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. Either a graphical
display resembling a mercury thermometer can be selected or a plain text. (Cf. also page
29.)
2) XML file
At http://[IP_address_of_thermometer]/fresh.xml, the file in XML format contains the
actual temperature value, the name of the measurement location, and the temperature
limits. (Cf. also page 33.)
3) Inserting the temperature value into a website using a script (HTTP GET)
Thermometer TME enables a periodic call for a script (e.g., PHP or ASP) on a given
address – for example, a WEB server. (Cf. also page 35.)
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Optimised for Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla Firefox 3.0, Opera 9.6, Google Chrome 1.0, iPhone and Android.
The browser's JavaScript support must be enabled.
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4) SNMP protocol
According to the settings, TME sends out SNMP traps if the temperature value is outside
of the set limits. Regular transmission of a trap with the actual temperature value is also
possible. (Cf. also page 41.)
5) E-mail
According to the settings, the thermometer sends E-mails with information if the
temperature value goes outside of the set limits. (Cf. also page 43.)
6) TCP protocol
The thermometer behaves as a server and waits for a connection request on the set IP
address and port. Upon connecting, it sends the Client temperature data in ASCII format.
(Cf. also page 39.)
7) WAP page for PDA or old mobile phone
Entering an IP address of the thermometer in the form: http://[IP_address]/wap.html on a
mobile phone or PDA with WAP browser opens a simple page with current data from the
TME thermometer (current temperature, thermometer name and limits, if they are set).
(Cf. also page 32.)
8) WebService (XML HTTP POST)
Information from TME can be periodically sent as an HTTP POST in an XML format.
There is no need to spend time on programming the communication protocol etc. It is
only necessary to process the received XML file. (See also page 37.)
9) Via MODBUS TCP protocol
TME can communicate via MODBUS TCP protocol. (See also page 45.)
Detailed characteristics
Ethernet Part
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IP address, subnet mask, gateway and port number configuration
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Automatically sends current value via TCP connection every 10 seconds
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TCP data connection can operate in both client and server mode
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TME can keep the connection alive automatically
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Local and remote port are configurable
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Device can be set to factory defaults by a button in WEB interface
Security
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Three security levels – user (temperature viewing) and administrator (configuration),
superadmin (sensor calibration).
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Each level has own password.
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E-mails
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An e-mail can be sent when the threshold is exceeded. (E-mail can be forwarded to a
mobile phone.3)
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E-mails can be sent periodically when the threshold is exceeded.
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SMTP authorization.
SNMP
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SNMP trap can be sent when the threshold is exceeded.
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Periodical sending of the measured-out value.
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Configuration of the read and write community.
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HTTP GET and POST.
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Periodical sending of the current measured-out value to your WEB server via a simple
HTTP GET request or HTTP POST (in XML format).
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Unique identification can be set – GUID string of 40 characters.
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You can input your own parameters to the GET.
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Separate scripts for POST and GET.
Temperature measuring
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Temperature units: Celsius or Fahrenheit.
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Upper and lower threshold can be set. If the temperature gets out of the range, TME sends
an email or SNMP trap according to the settings.
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Hysteresis can be set for temperature thresholds in regions with fluctuating temperature.
MODBUS TCP
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TME can communicate via MODBUS TCP protocol.
Hardware
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Measuring temperatures in range -55 to +125 °C.
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Sensor cable length 3 m (up to 20 m possible if required).
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Silicon cable and metal enclosed sensor.
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5 V powered (wallplug adaptor included).
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Powered from 5V external PSU, Cable and sensor directly attached to the main unit.
Other
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Name the device as you like.
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WEB interface language – Czech or English.4
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Two skins available – Digital and Mercury thermometer.
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This function depends on your mobile service provider.
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More languages can be addend if required.
6
PoE (power over Ethernet) Standard IEEE 802.3af, that allows power devices in the network via data cable.
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Simple WEB display possible. (For example you can view multiple TMEs on a single WEB
page using HTML iFrame element.)
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Mini WEB page with a simple display (JavaScript window).
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WEB interface requires JavaScript turned on. Interface is optimized for Internet Explorer 9,
Mozilla Firefox 3.0, Opera 9.6, Google Chrome 1.0, iPhone and Android. Minimal
recommended resolution for comfortable view is 1024 × 768 pixels.
What is new
Version 2.07
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Termperature is converted to Fahrenheit (according to settings) not only on the WEB
interface, but on other functions as well: e-mail, ModBus, SNMP etc. This means more
registera and paramters were created to accomodate the current measurement unit.
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TME PoE information was removed from this manual as TME PoE has been succeeded
by PAPAGO 2TH ETH.
Version 2.0
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Network tab got the option to add a DNS server IP address.
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Network tab now has the option to choose TME communication protocols.
Version 1.88
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New parameters mac, name, tempV and tempS in HTTP GET.
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New parameters location and mac in XML.
Version 1.87
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WEB interface made compatible with latest platforms like IE9, FF4 and mobile platforms
iPhone and Android.
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User login pops up only if the password is required.
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Configurable delay between temperature overrun and e-mail alert.
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User temperature calibration by line equation (y = ax + b). This setting is protected by a
special separate password.
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E-mail addresses can be up to 40 characters long.
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E-mail subject edited for the best result when re-sending e-mail to a mobile phone.
Version 1.84
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PoE version addend. 6
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HTTP GET parameters shifted (Host parameter)
Version 1.82
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Maximum segment size in TCP decreased from 14 000 to 640 bytes.
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Corrected bug: Reseting Server's IP address on the Sending panel after resseting the
device.
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Corrected bug: Equal sign recognition at the end of HTTP GET parameter when it is
being sent.
Version 1.8
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High temperature resistant silicon cable is a standard.
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Metal enclosed sensor is a standard. Coverage IP68.
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All New WEB interface.
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Device fully configurable via WEB.
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SMTP authentication available.
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Two-level WEB security.
Automatic keeping alive of the connection.
Temperature sending in TCP mode is 10 seconds.
All intervals are entered in minutes.
Language and units settings are stored in the device.
Mini view can be opened in any browser now. It is not a HTA application for Internet
Explorer anymore.
Maximal length of TME label is 16 characters.
WEB interface can display multiple thermometers on a single page.
XML file for HTTP POST is pre-set by default.
Version 1.7
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MODBUS TCP protocol.
Version 1.6
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Support for sending information to the WEB service via SOAP protocol (XML) – easy
processing of values from TME in .NET.
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WAP pages for mobile phones or PDA.
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User-defined XML file sent via HTTP POST.
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Possibility to change the port number for WEB. This enables to easily access TME
behind the firewall, router, etc.
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New variable consisting of 40 characters added to enable clear identification of TME by a
user-defined string. If this variable is completed, it is added as a new parameter into
HTTP GET and it can also be used as a variable in the file sent via SOAP protocol.
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The maximum length of the title extended to 23 characters.
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The possibility to define the hysteresis of temperature limits. (Prevents frequent sending
of notification of limits violation if the temperature oscillates around a preset limit.)
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E-mails notifying of a limit violation can be sent in a preset interval until the temperature
returns to the preset range.
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TME can insert a parameter Host with the target server URL into the header of HTTP
communication (HTTP protocol v. 1.1.) – this holds for HTTP GET as well as sending
XML files to the WEB service.
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When communication via TCP, TME can function not only as a server (passively waits for
a connection), but also as a client (actively establishes connection to the defined IP
address and port).
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In TCP mode the TME connection can be established permanently or disconnected after
the temperature is sent.
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XML page (tme.xml) coding changed from iso-8859-2 to iso-8859-1.
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The structure of setup via Telnet modified.
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The error of error messages overlaying on the WEB page corrected.
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Finish
Electronics
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In metal box made from eloxal coated aluminum.
Sensor
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In a stainless steel rod. Normalized diameter 5.7 mm and length 60 mm.
Fig. 3 – Standard sensor make
Cable type
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Silicon cable, diameter 4.3 mm. Temperature resistivity -60 to +200 °C. Blue color.
Cable length
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3 m (standard)
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Maximum 20 meters
Mounting
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Without a holder (standard)
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With a DIN rail mount
Fig. 4 – TME on the DIN rail
Power
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5V Power Supply (wall-plug adaptor) included.
Fig. 5 – External power version (“TME”)
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Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have specific requirements for the TME module's
workmanship and functionality.
Package Contents
 TME Thermometer with sensor on 3 m cable.
 5 V PSU - wall plug adaptor.
 1 m direct PATCH cable.
Accessories
 Power-supply cable, 2 m long, with a 3.8 × 1.3 mm connector. The other end is open, with
conductors to be wired into the power source.
 A power-supply cable from a USB 2.0 port.
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CONNECTION
1) Connect the TME to the included power supply or to another 5V power supply. (TME
version only)
2) Then connect the TME to the Ethernet (Computer Network) using an included or other
PATCH cable5. (If you want to connect the TME directly to one PC, please use a
crosswired cable.)
3) Default TME’s IP address is 192.168.1.254. If your network is out of subnet range or
TME IP range, please set the IP address of the TME via Ethernet Configurator software.
You can find this software on on our WEB site.
Fig. 6 – Ethernet Configurator software
4) After setting the TME’s IP address, you can connect to it by any WEB browser. (For
example by entering http://192.168.1.254/ - for default IP address.)
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Common Ethernet cable.
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THERMOMETER SETTINGS
You can set-up your thermometer using:
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WEB interface
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Telnet protocol (see page 26)
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For First configuration of the IP address, you can use Ethernet configurator.
Ethernet configurator
Ethernet configurator can be used to set TME’s IP address. You can find the software on our
WEB site: www.papouch.com.
(Before running the program, please connect your TME to a switch, hub or router or directly to
your PC using crosswired cable.)
Program is in English and Czech language. It also contains a small help telling you what you
need to know when setting your TME’s IP address.
You can see the program screen on previous page in Fig. 6.
WEB INTERFACE SETTINGS
To enter settings, push “Settings” button in upper right corner of TME main WEB page.
Fig. 7 – Settings button on the main page
Settings are arranged in eight panels:
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Network – Network interface configuration, IP address, subnet mask, TCP channel, …
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Security – Access passwords settings
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E-mails
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SNMP
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Sending – sending of the measured temperatures to your server using HTTP GET and
POST (XML)
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Sensor – thresholds, hysteresis and units settings
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Other – device label, WEB interface language and appearance settings
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Info – device information
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Tips for settings:
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You can view the context help by pointing the cursor at the item. It is also displayed when
cursor is over the headlines marked with a question-mark at its end.
Fig. 8 – Context helps for the settings menu items
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Settings window is movable by dragging it by the upper right corner.
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You can also enter the settings menu by pressing S when the browser window is active.
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Settings menu can be closed by Esc key.
Network
Network settings for the thermometer and the TCP data channel.
Fig. 9 – Network settings panel
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Device’s IP address
Thermometer’s IP address. In case you are not sure if the IP address is correct, please consult
your Administrator.
Subnet mask
Subnet mask of the network TME is connected into.
Gateway IP address
Network gateway IP address.
DNS server IP address
DNS server IP address (DNS server translates url names to IP addresses).
WEB interface port
Thermometers WEB interface port.
Communication methods
Up to two additional protocols from A to C can be activated at once. (SNMP protocol is active all
the time so it is not mentioned.)
A) Sending e-mails
B) Remote server sendign using HTTP GET/POST protocol
C) Other protocols: Off, Modbus TCP, Spinel packet, TCP server.
TCP server: TME is awaiting the connection on the pre-set data port passively.
Spinel packet (TCP client): TME establishes connection to the remote IP address actively. The
connection can be held open indefinitely (“Keep the connection alive” is checked) or TME can
disconnect after transmitting the temperature (“Keep the connection alive” is not checked.)
Miscelanious parameters
ModBus port
Port number for the TME to communicate via the ModBus TCP protocol.
Keep the connection alive
Checked: TME keeps the connection alive.
Not checked: TME establishes the connection every 10 seconds, sends the temperature and
disconnects.
Data port
Port number. TME waits for incoming connection (in the TCP server mode).
Remote IP address
Remote device’s IP address (server mostly). TME connects to this device in TCP client mode.
Remote port
Remote device’s port number. TME connects to this port number in TCP client mode.
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Device reset
This button resets all parameters of the thermometer to factory defaults. IP address does not
change, WEB port number will be changed to 80.
Security
Security settings for accessing the WEB interface.
Fig. 10 – Security settings panel
Current administrator’s/superadmin’s password 6
If administrator’s/superadmin’s password has already been saved, enter it here. Otherwise no
password changes are allowed.
Allow mobile view
WEB page for the mobile view (accessible at /wap.html) is not secured. This setting can allow or
disallow the mobile view.
User’s password 6
Enter password for user access. This level only allows viewing the current temperature. Access
to settings is not allowed.
User Name is always “user”
If the user’s password is entered, Administrator’s password has to be entered as well.
To cancel the password, leave both fields empty.
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This field is for entering the values only, there is nothing displayed after saving.
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Administrator’s password 6
Enter administrator’s password here. This level also allows access to the settings.
Administrator’s name is always “admin”. Do not fill the name if there is no password.
To cancel the password, leave the fields empty.
Superadmpassword and verification 6
Enter the superadmin password. This level allows you to access all settings including sensor
calibration. Temperature is calibrated by line equation (y = ax + b).
Superadmin name is always sadmin
Superadmin password cannot be cleared. The default password is 1234.
E-mail
E-mail sending settings.
Fig. 11 – E-mail settings panel
Send e-mail when the temperature exceeds thresholds
Enter time in minutes. This interval sets the period of sending e-mails if the temperature is out of
limits.
SMTP server’s IP address
Enter SMTP server’s IP address. This server will be used for e-mail sending.
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Sender’s e-mail address
Fictional TME address – this address will be shown as “from” in the e-mails about the
temperature.
Recipient’s e-mail address
E-mail address of the recipient of the alert e-mails.
Temperature in e-mail subject
If this field is checked, temperature will be directly in e-mail subject. This is especially
convenient when re-sending the e-mail to a mobile phone. Example:
TME_info fridge_box -12.3C
SMTP authorization
You can enter login data if the SMTP server requires sender’s identity check.
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SNMP
SNMP communication parameters are entered here. You can set the SNMP traps activation,
periodical sending etc.8
Fig. 12 – SNMP settings panel
Enable trap sending
This checkbox activates SNMP trap sending.
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This field is for entering the values only, there is nothing displayed after saving.
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SNMP temperature is in Celsius degrees no matter what unists are sent in settings.
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SNMP Manager IP address
IP address of the server, that gathers SNMP messages from devices in the network.
Send a trap when threshold is exceeded
If the temperature exceeds the limits, set on Sensor panel, SNMP trap will be sent about this event.
Periodical sending of the current values
You can enter the interval for sending current temperature data to the SNMP manager.
Temperature is sent as a SNMP trap, Interval is entered in minutes. For turning this feature off,
please enter 0 as the interval.
Read community name
Enter SNMP read community name here.
Write community name
Enter SNMP write community name here.
Sending
Parameters for automatic sending of the measured-out temperature via HTTP protocol.
Temperature can be sent as a HTTP GET or HTTP POST in XML format. 9
Fig. 13 – HTTP protocol sending settings panel
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Temperature is sent in Celsius degrees no matter what unit is set settings.
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WEB server's address
Enter address of the WEB server containing scripts for retrieving the current values. Expected
entry: URL address in format: www.server.com (max 30 characters) or IP address in format:
192.168.1.254.
WEB port
Server’s WEB port. Usually the port number is 80 or 8080.
Scripts Folder on the server
Enter a local path to the folder containing the scripts. If the script receiving the temperature is on
www.server.net/scripts/get.php, enter only this part to the field: scripts/
GUID
You can enter a string of 40 characters to identify the device. If the string is entered, it will be
added to the end of HTTP GET as a guid parameter.
Sending interval
Enter the interval of sending HTTP GET with measured-out values. Enter the value in minutes.
HTTP GET
Activate HTTP GET sending
If this checkbox is checked, HTTP GET sending is active.
Script name
Name of the script receiving HTTP GET.
HTTP GET parameters
If you need to add your own parameters to the THHP GET, enter them here.
Temperature is usually sent with a name temp in HTTP GET. If you need to change this name,
enter a string ending with equal sign. temp will be substituted by your string.
Example – settings HTTP GET Parameters are empty:
get.php?temp=+25.4
Example – p=17 is entered in settings HTTP GET Parameters:
get.php?p=17&temp=+25.4
HTTP POST
Activate HTTP POST sending
If it is checked, sending temperature via HTTP POST is active.
Script name
Name of the script receiving HTTP POST.
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Parameters affecting measuring. Temperature unit, values watching, etc.
Fig. 14 – Sensor settings panel
Unit for measured temperature
Unit displayed on the WEB page.10
Temperatures watching
Maximum value
When this value is exceeded, according to other settings e-mail, SNMP trap etc. will be sent.
Temperature on the WEB page will be highlighted as a warning that some limit was exceeded.
Enter the value in units set in Temperature units setting.
Minimum value
When the temperature drops below this value, according to other settings e-mail, SNMP trap
etc. will be sent. Temperature on the WEB page will be highlighted as a warning that some limit
was exceeded.
Enter the value in units set in Temperature units setting.
Hysteresis
Hysteresis applied for set thresholds.
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If the units are Fahrenheit degrees °F, there might occur an error of 0,1°F in some cases.
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Value is entered in whole degrees and it applies under upper limit and over lower limit – see
Fig. 15.
Fig. 15 – Temperature hysteresis
Temperatures marked as “info” are temperatures where a message is sent about exceeding
limits.
Delay between temperature overrun and e-mail alert.
Enter time in minutes before the e-mail alert is sent after a limit is overrun. The overrun state
must persist the whole time. Enter number 0 to 255. If you enter 0, there will be no delay.
Temperature calibration
Following settings are only accessible from superadmin login.
Constants
Temperature is calculated by a line equation using two user defined constants.
Fig. 16 – temperature calibration appearance from a standard login
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Other
Fig. 17 – Other parameters settings panel
Device name
This string can be used to label the thermometer, for example by its location etc.
Language
Interface language. English and Czech available.11
Skin
WEB page thermometer skin. These options are available:

Mercurial thermometer – imitates the mercurial thermometer.
This skin can be switched by parameter m in the address. (If there are more parameters in the address,
divide them by dash. Example: http://192.168.1.254/index.html?m

Digital thermometer – purely digital display.
This skin can be switched by parameter n in the address. (If there are more parameters in the address,
divide them by dash. Example: http://192.168.1.254/index.html?n
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More languages can be added if required.
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Info
Other information about the device, MAC address, firmware version and useful links.
Fig. 18 – Other information panel
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TELNET CONFIGURATION
Connection
Unknown IP address
For setting the IP address we recommend using Ethernet Configurator (more on page 14).
1) Open a window with command prompt (In Windows OS, click Run and type cmd.)
2) Make a record to ARP table:
a. Type arp –d and confirm by Enter. That deletes current ARP table.
b. Following command assigns IP address to MAC address:
arp –s [new_ip_address] [MAC_address]
example: arp -s 192.168.1.254 00-20-4a-80-65-6e
3) Open Telnet. ( by typing telnet and pressing Enter12)
4) Type open [new_ip_address] 1 and confirm.
5) Terminal shows an error message after a moment. Nevertheless this action is essential
for correct IP address ARP entry.
6) Connect to the IP address of the TME. (by typing open [IP address in dot
format] 9999 and Enter.)
7) Now you have entered to the configuration of TME. IP address is not yet set. It needs to
be set in menu Server Configuration > IP Address.
8) If the IP address is valid, TME writes welcoming information ending by text:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Now press Enter or the configuration will be terminated.
9) Device writes complete settings.
10) At the end of the entry you can see „Change setup:” text containing groups of parameters
that are configurable. For changing the network parameters choose Server. Here you
can set a new IP address and other parameters.
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Telnet client is not standardly installed in OS Windows Vista. You can install it by doing following:
a) Open Control panel/add or remove programs.
b) On the left, click on Add/remove Windows functions (You have to have administrator’s rights to do this.)
c) Windows Functions window will open. Check “Telnet client” and confirm. Telnet client will be installed to
your system.
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IP address is known
1) In OS Windows click on Start/Run and type telnet and confirm. 12
2) Connect to the IP address of the TME. (by typing open [IP address in dot
format] 9999 and Enter.)
3) If the IP address is valid, TME writes welcoming information ending by text:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Now press Enter or the configuration will be terminated.
4) Device writes complete settings.
5) At the end of the entry you can see „Change setup:" text containing groups of parameters
that are configurable. For changing the network parameters choose Server.
Telnet main menu
You can choose the menu items by pressing the number before them and confirming by Enter.
Menu structure is:
Change Setup:
0 Server
...
7 Defaults
8 Exit without save
9 Save and exit
Your choice ?
Server
Basic Ethernet settings.
Following items are in this part:
IP Address : (192) .(168) .(001) .(122)
Set Gateway IP Address (N) ?
Netmask: Number of Bits for Host Part (0=default) (16)
Change telnet config password (N) ?
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IP Address
TME’s IP address. Enter the numbers separately and divide them by Enter.
Default: 192.168.1.254
Set Gateway IP Address
Gateway IP address
Type “Y” in the “Set Gateway IP Address” item to change the address. Enter the numbers separately
and divide them by Enter.
Netmask
You can set here how many bits from IP address make the network part.
Subnet mask is entered as a number of bits determining range of possible IP addresses of the local
network. If for example 2 is entered, subnet mask is 255.255.255.252 . Entered value indicates
number of bits from right. Maximum is 32.
Default: 8
Example:
Mask 255.255.255.0 (binary 11111111 11111111 11111111 00000000) -> number 8.
Mask 255.255.255.252 (binary 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111100) -> number 2.
Change telnet config password
Enter new Password
This item sets the password that is required before entering the Telnet configuration or via WEB
interface (Administrator’s password).
Type “Y” at „Change telnet config password“ to change the password
Factory Defaults
By pressing number 7 you can set the device to factory defaults.
This option sets the TME to defaults. IP address does not change, WEB port number will be
changed to 80.
Exit without save
Ends the telnet session without saving.
Save and exit
This choice saves the changes. If some settings are changed, device restarts. That may take up
to 30 seconds.
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HOW TO CONNECT TO TME
A brief overview of methods for obtaining temperature values from the TME thermometer is on
page 5.
WEB interface
After setting the thermometer's IP address in the Internet browser, 13 you will see the page from
Fig. 19.14 On the page, there is the actual temperature value, the name of the sensor (if it has
been specified), and the temperature limits. If the temperature value gets beyond a limit, the text
showing that limit will be flashing.
There is a Settings button in the upper right corner. (Button is only visible when administrator is
logged in.)
Fig. 19 – skin: mercurial thermometer (browser: Mozilla Firefox)
On the site, you can select language (Czech / English) appearance (mercury / digital) and units
(°C / °F).
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WEB interface requires JavaScript turned on. Interface is optimized for Internet Explorer 7.0, Mozilla Firefox
3.0, Opera 9.6 and Google Chrome 1.0. Minimal recommended resolution for comfortable view is 1024 × 768
pixels. Set the address in the form http://[IP_address_of_TME]/ For example, http://192.168.1.254/ if the
default configuration of the TME has been preserved.
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The module's pages can be graphically adapted to your requirements.
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Fig. 20 – skin: digital thermometer. (browser: Internet Explorer)
Mini view
By clicking on Mini view the small window is opened containing small WEB page as shown in
Fig. 21.
Fig. 21 – TME mini WEB (browser: Google Chrome)
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Simplify
You can view simple form of current view by clicking Simplify. This form is especially useful
when viewing multiple sensors on a single page.
Fig. 22 – simple view; skin: digital (browser: Opera)
Viewing multiple sensors on a single page
If you have more than one TME, you can view them both on a single page like this:
Fig. 23 – Multiple sensors view. (browser: Google Chrome)
If you wish to view multiple thermometers, follow these instructions:
1) Create a new file named thermometers.html
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<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=windows-1250">
<title>Thermometers</title>
</head>
<style>
body {background-color: #340D71;}
iframe {border: none; width: 340px; height: 240px;}
</style>
<body>
<iframe src="http://192.168.1.254/index.html?skin=n&mini=1"></iframe>
<iframe src="http://192.168.1.121/index.html?skin=n&mini=1"></iframe>
</body>
</html>
3) Number of thermometers depends on number of lines starting by text <iframe. You can
add as many as you like. Only thing you have to do is to change the IP addresses
(highlighted red) by IP addresses of your thermometers.
4) You can save the file to any location, but be careful about the absolute path the TME.
5) If you have saved the file to your C drive root, you can view the page from your browser
by entering: file:///C:/ thermometers.html
Wiewing on an older mobile phone
You can access a mobile version by clicking on Mobile version. Mobile version is available on
address: http://[TME’s-IP-address]/wap.html
Fig. 24 – mobile view
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XML file
From the TME thermometer, you can get the currently measured temperature value, the
temperature limits and the thermometer's name in a text file in XML format. The file is at
http://[IP_address_of_thermometer]/fresh.xml – for example, http://192.168.1.254/fresh.xml for
the default settings of the thermometer.16
Fig. 25 – view of an XML text
There are following tags in the XML file:
status
location
User defined name of the thermometer. 17
mac
MAC adresa zařízení.
sns
id
Number of the quantity. (Always number 1.)
type
Quantity type. There is always the number 4, which represents the value multiplied by ten.
status
Describes status of the measured value. It can be:
0 ..... valid value, currently measured-out temperature
1 ..... waiting for first measuring
4 ..... measuring error or sensor error (means damaged sensor or cable)
hi
Describes status of exceeding the upper limit. It can be:
0 ..... current value is below or equals upper limit
1 ..... current value is above upper limit
lo
Describes status of dropping below the lower limit. It can be:
0 ..... current value is above the lower limit
1 ..... current value is below or equals the lower limit
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XML file compatible with the old versions is still on the same address: http://[IP_adresa_teploměru]/tme.xml
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This attribute is for reasons of backward compatibility with previous versions, also repeated in the tag sns.
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unit
Currently set temperature units:
0 ...... Celsius degrees
1 ...... Fahrenheit degrees
val
Current measured-out value in set temperature unit, multiplied by ten. (Validity of the value
describes status attribute.)
min, max
Lower and upper limit of the temperature set by user. Temperatures are in the set unit and
multiplied by ten.
mac
Device‘s MAC address. This address can be used to identify the on your server.
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I ns e r t i n g t h e t e m p e r a t ur e va l u e i nt o a w e bs i t e u s i n g a s c r i p t
The temperature value from the TME can be inserted into a website using a scripting language
(such as PHP or ASP), which processes the value from the thermometer as an HTTP parameter
of the GET request or HTTP POST. The thermometer periodically calls the script on an Internet
(or intranet) server with the actually measured temperature value in the GET or POST
parameter. On the server, this value can be stored as a variable and further processed - for
example, stored in a log, displayed on the website, etc.
The TME settings contain the script path and the script calling period. If a measurement error
occurs (the temperature value cannot be read from the temperature sensor on the cable), the
TME sends 9999 as a temperature value.
If the GUID parameter is filled-in in the thermometer setting, this ID is sent to the HTTP server
as a further parameter .id (in GET) or guid (in POST).
Period can be set from range 1 to 1440 minutes. Resolution 1 minute.
Example of the temperature embedded in a WEB page
Fig. 26 – example of the temperature embedded to WEB site
Examples to the simple scripts for PHP and ASP processing temperature from the TME is
available for download here:
http://www.papouch.com/en/website/mainmenu/how-to/web-thermometer/
There is a brief comment and function description with those examples.
HTTP GET
This request is sent as parameters in the message address as a standard HTTP GET
parameters. Example:
http://www.example.com/get.asp?temp=25.6
As you can see in the example, request is in a format known to the WEB programmers as a
standard forms data sending format. There is no need to learn new ways and you can use
standard mechanism. (<form name="myform" action=…).
Request is sent in period set in item Sending interval on page 21.
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HTTP GET Parameters are following:
mac ........... MAC address of the device.
name ......... Device name defined by user.
unit ......... Set temperature unit as a letter C or F.
temp ......... Measured value in the set temperature unit (parameter name can be user
defined – see the example)
tempV ....... Measured value in the set temperature unit.
tempS ....... Describes the status of currently measured value:
0 .... valid value, currently measured-out value
4 .... measuring error or sensor error (means damaged sensor or cable)
id ............. Device identifier (GUID identifier defined by user. It GUID is not entered,
parameter id is not sent)
HTTP GET settings - examples
Help for entering the path to the script is displayed when cursor is over HTTP GET title.
Example 1:
What you need to process:
There is a script temperature.asp on your server awaiting the data from TME. Full path to the script
is http://www.example1.com/temperature.asp
Script expects the temperature in temp parameter.
Solution:
You need to set up these items:
WEB server IP address ................. 218.25.14.3
Server name ................................. www.example1.com
WEB port....................................... 80
Script folder ...................................
GUID .............................................
Script name ................................... temperature.asp
HTTP GET parameter ...................
Result URL address when temperature is 25.6°C:
http://www.example1.com/temperature.asp?temp=+25.6&tempV=+25.6&tempS=0&unit=C&mac=00
204A9AE5E2&name=
Example 2:
What you need to process:
There is a script process.php awaiting
http://www.example2.com/scripts/process.php
data
from TME.
Full
path
to
the
script
is
It expects an id variable to identify the thermometer. This parameter is stored in GUID (for now we
have a string “98ED78B”).
Server also expects constant variable sts=ok.
Solution:
You need to set up there items:
WEB server IP address ................. 28.225.184.31
Server name ................................. www.example2.com
WEB port....................................... 80
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Script folder ................................... scripts/
GUID ............................................. 98ED78B
Script name ................................... process.php
HTTP GET parameter ................... tst=5
Result URL address when temperature is -2.7°C:
http://www.example2.com/scripts/process.php?tst=5&temp=-2.7&tempV=-2.7&id=98ED78B&
tempS=0&unit=C&mac=00204A9AE5E2&name=
Example 3:
What you need to process:
There is a script process.php awaiting
http://www.example2.com/scripts/process.php
data
from TME.
Full
path
to
the
script
is
Script expects the temperature as a parameter tr5.
It also expects an id variable to identify the thermometer. This parameter is stored in GUID (for now
we have a string “98ED78B”).
Solution:
You need to set up there items:
WEB server IP address ................. 28.225.184.31
Server name ................................. www.example2.com
WEB port ...................................... 80
Script folder ................................... scripts/
GUID ............................................. 98ED78B
Script name ................................... process.php
HTTP GET parameter ................... tr3=
Result URL address when temperature is -5°C:
http://www.example2.com/scripts/process.php?tr3=-5.0&tempV=-5.0&id=98ED78B&
tempS=0&unit=C&mac=00204A9AE5E2&name=
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HTTP POST
Parameters of this type of request are sent as a body of an XML message. XML is formatted
according to SOAP v 1.2. protocol.
Request is sent in period set in item Sending interval on page 21.
Example message:
Head:
POST /post.asp HTTP/1.1
Host: www.example.com
Content-type: application/soap+xml; charset=iso-8859-1
Content-length: [real body length]
Body:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="iso-8859-1"?>
<soap12:Envelope xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:soap12="http://www.w3.org/2003/05/soapenvelope">
<soap12:Body>
<WriteSample xmlns="http://www.papouch.com/TME/Sensors">
<sampleValue>+24.7</sampleValue>
<unitValue>C</unitValue>
<passKey>98ED78B</passKey>
</WriteSample >
</soap12:Body>
</soap12:Envelope>
Meaning of the parameters:
sampleValue ..... measured value in the set temperature unit (if the temperature is
unavailable, for example if the sensor is damaged, this parameter is
9999)
unitValue ......... set temperature unit as a letter C or F
passKey .............. here the GUID parameter is entered (if it is not entered, passkey
parameter will not appear in the XML message)
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TCP connection
TME thermometer enables active and passive
modes of communication via TCP protocol.
Passive mode means that the thermometer waits
for a connection on a defined port. This mode can
Fig. 27 – thermometer values in the TCP/IP terminal
also be called a Server Mode. Active mode
means that the thermometer actively connects to a remote IP address and a port and sends the
temperature. It is possible to define whether the thermometer shall connect only once and keep
the connection alive or to connect in regular intervals, sent the temperature and disconnect.
This mode can also be called a Client Mode.
Passive mode (Server)
This mode is suitable in case a remote system requires a measured temperature from TME and
connects to TME actively.
The thermometer acts as a server and waits for a connection request on its own IP address and
port. When a connection is established it sends the client temperature data in ASCII format
compatible with Spinel protocol.
The process of setting these items can be found in
chapter starting on page 15.
Example of a connection via terminal program
(This example illustrates a connection using Tera Term18
program.)
Establish a new connection (File/New connection…). A
dialog shown in the picture is displayed. Here you can
select TCP/IP and enter the thermometer IP address and
defined port. The picture shows default values for the
thermometer.
Fig. 28 – New connection
Confirm the dialog. When a successful connection is
established a window shown in the picture appears. It displays temperatures which are regularly
sends by TME every 10 seconds. Measured temperature is always sent in the set temperature
unit.
Active mode (Client)
This mode is suitable in case one server expects temperatures to be sent from several
thermometers or in case TME has not a fixed IP address or is placed behind a firewall or router.
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Message format
The temperature-value message is sent in the following format:
*B1E1[sign][degrees].[tenths][enter]
[sign] ............... 1 Byte; "+" or "–" sign
[degrees]......... 3 Byte; temperature in the set temperature unit; always a three-digit
number; filled with zeros from the left as necessary
. .......................... 1 Byte; decimal point
[tenths] ........... 1 Byte; tenths of degree
[enter] ............. 1 Byte; terminating character "Enter" (DEC: 13; HEX: 0x0D)
All characters are sent in ASCII format. An example is shown in the Fig. 27.
On Error sending TME this string:
*B1E1Err[enter]
[enter] ........... 1 Byte; terminating character "Enter" (DEC: 13; HEX: 0x0D)
All characters are sent in ASCII format.
Error can be sensor's internal error or broken sensor cable.
Example including source codes
At www.papouch.com/en/ a demo program can be downloaded free of charge, showing how the
temperature measurement works. You can also download free of charge its complete
commented source code for Delphi 7.
Fig. 29 – demo program
After opening the program, you can fill in the IP address and communication port of the
thermometer and push the "Connect" button. If the connection to the thermometer has been
successful, the measured temperature value is displayed in the bottom part of the window.
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SNMP
General
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a standard protocol for management of
various devices in an Ethernet network. It is built on UDP protocol and ensures quick delivery of
control codes and responses between devices on which SNMP applications run.
Fig. 30 – MIB tree
SNMP ensures that requests are delivered to and responses from such applications. It works
independently of specific features in lower- or higher-level application. This protocol is based on
three entities: administrator (which generates commands and receives messages), agent (which
responds to commands and creates messages), and proxy (which transfers network traffic).
The SNMP administrator sends requests to the agent's UDP port 161 and receives nonrequested messages (traps) from agents on UDP port 162.
TME is an SNMP agent. It receives commands from a UDP port 161. The administrator asks
about data stored in the local MIB database (Management Information Base, one of the Internet
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TME is an SNMP agent (SNMP version 1). It receives commands from a UDP port 161. The
administrator asks about data stored in the local MIB database (Management Information Base,
one of the Internet standards), which consists of a hierarchic tree structure with the
administered data. The module does not contain the standard complex database but only a subtree with data necessary for processing the TME thermometer data.
Descriptions of the MIB table tree and of SMI (Structure of Management Information) are
attached in MIB text files.
Data in the MIB tree can be accessed through the name of the object, expressed as a series of
positive integers separated with dots and describing the path to the object in the MIB tree
structure.
TME as an SNMP agent enables the sending of automatic traps to the administrator via UDP
port 162.
Using SNMP
1. Include in your SNMP manager the description from MIB file 19.
2. Then you should set the Read community option to "public".
MIB table
Temperature as number
Name: int_temperature
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.1
GET address: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.1.0
Description: Measured value in the set temperature unit as an integer – the measured value
multiplied by ten. (For example, 56.9 °C is expressed as 569.)
Temperature as string
Name: string_temperature
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.2
GET address: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.2.0
Description: The measured value as a text string. (For example, "+22,4".)
Device name
Name: device_name
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.3
GET address: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.1.1.3.0
Description: Thermometer name set by user.
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Automatic traps
The TME enables sending out automatic traps. There are two settings for the traps:
enable/disable sending, and the receiver's IP address (SNMP manager).
Depending on the settings, the traps are sent when the temperature goes out of the preset
temperature limits, and a trap with the measured temperature value is sent out regularly.
Trap 1 – Temperature outside of limits
The trap contains temperature in the set temperature unit (expressed as an integer) – the
measured temperature value multiplied by ten, as a text string, the thermometer's name and a
specification beyond which temperature the limit occurs.
This trap is only sent out if the temperature goes beyond the preset limits. The trap can only be
delivered if the SNMP manager's IP address is set correctly.
Fig. 31 – Trap 1 – the temperature value occurs below the lower limit
Fig. 32 – Trap 1 – the temperature value occurs above the upper limit
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Trap 2 – Measured temperature value
This trap sends temperature in the set temperature unit expressed as an integer – multiplied by
ten,20 and the measured temperature value as a text string. The thermometer's name is sent as
a text string.
The trap is only sent if a non-zero period is set ("Temperature trap period" for Telnet; "Keepalive trap interval" for the configuration program).
Fig. 33 – Trap 2 – Regular transmission of the measured temperature value as a trap
20
In the example in Fig. 33, the value "224" means a temperature of 22.4 °C.
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Sending e-mails
TME can send an e-mail with information about exceeding the limits.
Notification when the limit is exceeded can be sent once or repedately until the temperature
gets within limits.
E-mail message can be easily forwarded as an SMS using your mobile services provider.
MODBUS Protocol
ModBus TCP is a standard industrial protocol TME can communicate with. Complete
information and documentation of ModBus protocol is available here: www.modbus.org
Input Register
TME communicates via MODBUS TCP protocol on its own IP address and set port.
Address
Access
Function
Name
Temperature
0
21
read
0x04
1
Read
0x04
2
read
0x04
Value of a signed integer type. Current temperature in the set
temperature unit multiplied by ten (temperature 12.3°C is shown as value
123). Error value is 9999.
Status
21
Register has 0 value. In case of an error (for example the temperature
sensor fault) it changes to the 1 state.
Unit
Set temperature unit is Celsius (0x0000) or Fahrenheit (0x0001).
První registr s adresou 0 je někdy označován také pořadovým číslem 1.
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FAQ
What needs to be set for my thermometer to work in the network?
Only thing you have to set-up for TME to work is the network parameters for your Network. (IP
address and Subnet mask.) Settings are described for Windows OS.
1.) Connect your TME to the network and run Ethernet Configurator program (see Fig. 6). 22
2.) Click “Add device” and enter MAC address of your TME and desired IP address.
3.) Click “Set”
4.) Now you can open the WEB interface of your TME using any browser.
How do I get TME's IP address?
1.) Default IP address is 192.168.1.254. If you have changed the address before of you
cannot connect to the TME, follow these instructions:
2.) Run Ethernet Configurator program (see Fig. 6).22 If your TME is in the network and has
a compatible IP address, you will be able to see it in visible devices list.
3.) If you cannot see the TME is the list, check the connectiou and assign it a new IP
address according to the previous question.
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INDICATION
ON Indicator (green)
Indication of the power-supply voltage. (Fig. 34 upper LED.)
DCD Indicator (yellow) / Connection Indicator (yellow)
Indicates established TCPIP connection. (Fig. 34 lower LED.)
Link Indicator
(Left indicator on the Ethernet connector. Idicator yellow at all times on TME PoE version)
Nothing ........... disconnected
Yellow ............. connected 10 Mbps
green............... connected 100 Mbps
Connection type indicator
(Right indicator on the Ethernet connector. Idicator green at all times on TME PoE version)
Nothing ........... no communication
Yellow ............. Half-Duplex
Green .............. Full-Duplex
Fig. 34 – indicators, cable and power supply connector
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HARD RESET
If you want to hard-reset the TME, follow these instructions:
(When hard-resetting the device, all parameters are set into factory defaults, including the IP
address.)
TME version: (with a reset button under the Ethernet connector – in a hole)
1) Disconnect the power supply.
2) Push the button in a hole under the Ethernet connector and hold it.
3) Turn the power on and wait for 10 seconds
4) Release the button.
5) Hard reset done.
TME version: (no hole under Ethernet connector)
1) Disconnect the power supply.
2) Open the box by unscrewing all screws.
3) Shorten the jumper inside the device and hold it.
4) Turn the power on and wait for 10 seconds.
5) Open the jumper and assemble the box.
6) Hard reset done.
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Temperature sensor
Sensor type ...................................................semiconductor
Sensor connection .........................................sensor cable attached to the main unit
Measuring range ............................................-55 °C to +125 °C
Accuracy ....................................... 0.5 °C within the range -10 °C to +85 °C; otherwise 2 °C
Temperatures drift .........................................0.2 °C over 1000 hours at 125 °C
Dimensions ....................................................5.7 ±0.1 mm diameter, 60 mm length
Cover material ...............................................316Ti (DIN 1.4571)
Coverage .......................................................IP68 (indefinite submerge into 1m depth)
Resistance to external pressure ....................to 2.5 MPa
Sensor cable
Material ..........................................................silicon
Wire insulation ...............................................FEP polymer (MC-AFEP)
Length............................................................3 m standard (up to 20 meters upon request)
Working temperatures range .........................-60 °C to +200 °C
Cable diameter ..............................................4.3 mm (±0.1 mm)
Color ..............................................................blue
Cable is highly resistant against humidity, chemicals and carbohydrates.
Thermometer electronics
Power supply voltage ....................................4 to 6 V (max. 230 mA)
Power connector ............................................jack 3.8 × 1.3 mm; + inside
Electronics working temperature range .........-40 °C to +85 °C
Electronics dimensions ..................................54 x 33 x 24 mm
Enclosure material .........................................eloxal aluminum
Coverage .......................................................IP30
Weight ...........................................................135 g (including 3 m standard cable)
Ethernet interface
Connection ....................................................RJ45, TBase 10/100 Ethernet
Default IP address .......................................192.168.1.254
Default subnet mask ......................................255.255.255.0 (8 bit; C-mask)
Default gateway .............................................0.0.0.0
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Data transmission in industry, line and protocol
conversions, RS232/485/422/USB/Ethernet/GPRS/
WiFi, measurement modules, intelligent
temperature sensors, I/O modules, and custommade electronic applications.
Address:
Strasnicka 3164
102 00 Prague 10
Czech Republic
Tel:
+420 267 314 267
Fax:
+420 267 314 269
Internet:
www.papouch.com
E-mail:
[email protected]
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