iSeries ZW-REC - OMEGA Engineering

iSeries ZW-REC - OMEGA Engineering
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ZW-REC
ZW Series Wireless Receiver
LIST OF FIGURES AND TABLES
Figure 1: ZW-REC Included Items ....................................................................................................... 3
Figure 2 - ZW-REC Diagram................................................................................................................ 5
Table 1 - ZW-REC Diagram Key .......................................................................................................... 5
Figure 3 - DIP Switch Close Up ........................................................................................................... 6
Table 2 - Network ID ............................................................................................................................ 6
Figure 4 - Mounting Bracket Installation ............................................................................................... 7
Figure 5 – ZW-REC Home Page.......................................................................................................... 9
Table 3 – Default Passwords ............................................................................................................... 9
Figure 6 – Access Control Page ........................................................................................................ 10
Figure 7 – Configuration Page ........................................................................................................... 11
Figure 8 – Readings Page (Blank) ..................................................................................................... 11
Figure 9 – Readings Page (Populated) .............................................................................................. 12
Table 4 – Group Assignments ........................................................................................................... 12
Figure 10 – Data Logging .................................................................................................................. 12
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PART 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 Safety and EMC Considerations
Refer to the Environment/Operating Conditions Section.
ESD Warning:
Warning: The following parts of the unit are ESD sensitive:

The Antenna

Metal connectors for the Antenna, USB Port, and Power
EMC Considerations:

Whenever EMC is an issue, always use shielded cables.

Never run signal and power wires in the same conduit.

Use twisted-pair wires for differential signal connections.

Install Ferrite Bead(s) on signal wires close to the instrument if EMC problems persist.

Failure to follow all instructions and warnings may result in injury!
1.2 Before You Begin
Inspecting Your Shipment:
Remove the packing slip and verify that you have received everything listed. Inspect the container
and equipment for signs of damage as soon as you receive the shipment. Note any evidence of rough
handling in transit. Immediately report any damage to the shipping agent. The carrier will not honor
damage claims unless all shipping material is saved for inspection. After examining and removing the
contents, save the packing material and carton in the event reshipment is necessary.
Customer Service:
If you need assistance, please contact the Customer Service Department nearest you.
Manuals / Software:
For the complete product manual and additional software please visit the website listed on the front
cover.
1.3 Included with Your ZW-REC
Figure 1: ZW-REC Included Items

ZW-REC Wireless Receiver

Universal AC Adaptor with US, EU and GB prongs

Mounting Kit including screws, anchors, mounting bracket and feet.
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
2.4GHz Antenna
1.4 Description
The new, high-performance, high power, OMEGA® ZW-REC wireless receiver provides Web-based
monitoring of OMEGA’s IEEE 802.15.4 compatible wireless transmitters.
The ZW-REC is IEEE 802.15.4 compliant and operates at 2.4 GHz. It is designed to communicate
up to 1000m1 (3280') to various wireless sensors including the all new ZW-ED. The ZW-REC connects
directly to an Ethernet network to serve active Web Pages and display the data. It enables monitoring
and recording of Temperature, Humidity, and Barometric Pressure over an Ethernet network or the
Internet without any special software—just a Web Browser. OMEGA offers a wide variety of different
wireless sensors and transmitters to suit every application.
The ZW-REC offers expanded functionality over previous wireless receivers. The ZW-REC can
connect to up to 1282 wireless End Devices at once. The built in web server supports encryption to
protect your sensitive data. The ZW-REC can also wirelessly update firmware for compatible End
Devices and Sensors.
The ZW-REC is designed to require no software to setup and run. A standard web browser can be
used to monitor and chart all sensor readings. The browser can also be used to configure the device’s
IP address, passwords for access and overall configuration parameters. Firmware updates for the ZWREC itself, compatible End Devices and sensors can also all be loaded directly from the web browser.
The web server supports HTTP over TLS (HTTPS) which provides a secure connection between web
browser and ZW-REC receiver.
Each ZW-REC receiver can support up to 128 End Devices and up to 8 receivers can be setup in
one area allowing for networks of up to 1024 total End Devices. For large networks the Omega
Dashboard web server software can be used to allow the monitoring of devices connected to different
receivers from a single webpage.
1
2
Without obstructions or interferences
Requires end devices that support IDs 32-128.
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PART 2: HARDWARE
2.1 ZW-REC Diagram
Figure 2 - ZW-REC Diagram
Table 1 - ZW-REC Diagram Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Antenna Connector
Power LED
USB Connector3
Network / Diagnostic LEDs
Power Connector
Reset Button
Ethernet Connector
Wireless Link LED
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Mounting Bracket Holes
Serial Number
Network ID DIP Switches
Network ID Label
MAC Address Label
IP Address Label
Feature DIP Switches
Analog Output/ Alarm Output (Optional)
3 Factory Use Only
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2.2 DIP Switches
The ZW-REC has two banks of DIP switched located on the back of the unit for easy configuration.
To change the DIP switches use a tweezer or small screwdriver to gently push the switch. Do not apply
excessive force.
Figure 3 - DIP Switch Close Up
Setting the Network ID:
The set of 8 switches on the left selects the Network ID. The Network ID (or NID) identifies which
End Devices the ZW-REC will communicate with. If there are multiple Receivers deployed in the same
area each one must be assigned a unique NID. Make sure the same NID is selected on the ZW-REC
and the End Devices you wish to monitor.
Only switches 5 – 8 are used. Do not use switches 1 through 4.
Some End devices only support NIDs 0 – 7. Other End Devices may require a PAN ID for
configuration. The PAN ID corresponding to each NID is listed in the table below. Consult the user
manual of each specific End Device for more information.
Table 2 - Network ID
Switch
8
7
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF OFF
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
OFF ON
6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
NID PID
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
13106
13107
13108
13109
13110
13111
13112
13113
Switch
8
7
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
6
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
5
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
OFF
ON
NID
PID
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
13114
13115
13116
13117
13118
13119
13120
13121
Caution: The NID may be set with a different set of switches depending on your End
Device. Please refer to your End Devices user manual to determine which switches
correspond to the NID.
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2.3 Dimensions and Mounting
The ZW-REC includes all required hardware for mounting. To mount the ZW-REC position unit
where required. Mark the location of the top center of the unit. Mark and drill the two screw holes as
indicated in the diagram below. Use the included drywall anchors if needed and mount the bracket so
that the bracket clips are facing up. Align the back of the unit over the three clips. When engaged slide
downward and snap the unit in place.

When mounting the unit be sure to leave room on the top for the Antenna and on the bottom
and side for the cables.

Mount the unit away from any large metal obstructions such as posts, catwalks, or large
machinery.

For best wireless range do not co-locate the ZW-REC with other 2.4GHz wireless equipment
such as wireless routers or access points.

For best wireless range elevate the ZW-REC and keep a direct line of sight to End Devices.
Figure 4 - Mounting Bracket Installation
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PART 3: INITIAL SETUP
This section will detail the basic setup your ZW-REC. The ZW-REC and all End Devices should
remain powered off until instructed. If the ZW-REC is being integrated into an existing deployment of
End Devices those End Devices may need to be reset once the ZW-REC is configured.
For more detailed information on all of the configuration options please refer to the full manual
which can be found on our website.
3.1 Antenna Warning
Before powering up the ZW-REC ensure the supplied antenna is properly installed. Running the
ZW-REC without an antenna or with an unapproved antenna may cause damage to the device and/or
cause operation outside of regulatory compliance. OMEGA Engineering accepts no liability and issues
no warranty for devices operated improperly.
3.2 Choosing a Network ID
The Network ID (NID) selects which End Devices the ZW-REC will communicate with. The NID is
selected using the 8 DIP switches found on the back of the device. If this ZW-REC is replacing an
existing receiver in a wireless sensor installation, determine which NID is currently used and use the
same one. Refer to Section 2.2 to determine the correct DIP switch settings.
In a new installation with only one Receiver, keeping the default NID of 0 is recommended. All End
Devices ship with a default NID of 0. If this installation requires multiple Receivers, ensure that each
Receiver has a unique NID.
Record the NID on the Net. Addr. label on the back of the ZW-REC for easy reference in the future.
3.3 Connecting to the ZW-REC
Power on the ZW-REC at this point by plugging in the supplied AC adaptor. The Green Power LED
lights up and the Blue Receive LED flashes. The ZW-REC performs an energy scan to determine what
the best RF frequency to transmit on is. Once the energy scan has completed the Blue LED will remain
lit. See Section 3.6 for more information on the energy scan.
Connect the ZW-REC to your network or computer using an Ethernet Cable. When connecting the
ZW-REC directly to a computer a crossover cable is needed if the network adapter is an older 10Base-T
or 100Base-TX type. A normal cable can be used for modern 1000Base-T network adaptors. The green
Network Link and Activity LEDs light up once a connection has been established.
Static IP Address
The ZW-REC comes configured from the factory with a default IP address of 192.168.1.200. This
address appears on a label on the back of the device. Bring up the ZW-REC web page by navigating to
https://192.168.1.200 in your web browser.
DHCP/DNS
In installations where a static IP address is undesirable an IP address can be automatically
assigned using a DHCP server. Please refer to the full manual for more information.
HTTPS Warning
The ZW-REC is shipped with a default non-Certificate Authority (CA) issued SSL certificate. Your
web browser will provide a warning page before you can continue. This is normal and it is safe to
proceed. For more information on this warning, encryption or uploading a signed certificate please refer
to the full manual.
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3.4 Logging into the ZW-REC / Default Passwords
Once you have connected to the ZW-REC the Home Page will appear. From here you can
configure your ZW-REC, view your sensors, and update the firmware along with many other functions.
Figure 5 – ZW-REC Home Page
Java
Installing Java and/or adding a Java security exception may be required in order to properly view
some web pages. If you need assistance with Java please contact your network administrator or refer
to:
https://www.java.com/en/download/help/jcp_security.xml
Passwords
A login is required to access any of the readings or to setup options. The default usernames and
passwords are shown below:
Table 3 – Default Passwords
User Level
Client
Administrator
Login Name
login
admin
Password
12345678
00000000
These setting can be changed from the Access Control page. It is recommended that you change
these settings now.
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3.5 Access Control Page
When loading the Access control page you
will be prompted to login as an administrator.
Enter the administrator account name and
password when prompted.
From the Access Control page you can
change your user names and passwords,
enforce the strong password policy, change
your network settings and update your
firmware.
User Names
To change the default user name for the
Client or Admin account type the desired name
in the dialog box. Press the Save button to
save your changes. After saving, the ZW-REC
must be reset to enable the new user names.
Press the Network Reset button. The ZW-REC
will reset and automatically reload the page.
You will have to reenter the new credentials if
you have changed the admin user name.
Passwords
To change the client or admin password,
click on the Change button below the password
you would like to change. On the next page
enter the old password followed by the new
password. Enter the new password again in the
confirmation box. After making any changes to
the passwords press the Save button to save
your changes. You will be returned to the main
Access Control page. To finalize your changes
Figure 6 – Access Control Page
you must reset your device using the Network
Reset button. The network reset will restart
your device. This may take a few seconds. You will need to enter the new credentials when logging
back in.
IP Addresses
You may also change your network parameters from the access control page. To change the
default static IP address type a new address in the IP address box. Press the Save button to confirm
your change. You will have to perform a network reset before the new setting take effect. After the
network reset the page will automatically re-load with your new IP address. Please note that if you
change to an IP address on a different subnet you will be unable to reload the webpage until you
connect your ZW-REC to that subnet.
 If you change the IP address it is highly advised that the label be updated. Remove the IP
Address sticker and write in your new IP address in the area provided.
3.6 Configuration Page
From the Configuration page you can change the device name, display units, TCP settings,
Encryption Settings and RF settings.
Units
The ZW-REC displays temperature in Celsius and Pressure in mbar. You may change that setting
here. The display on all connected End Devices, which have a compatible LCD, will also be updated to
display the selected units the next time a reading is transmitted.
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Energy Scan and RF Channel Selection
On initial start up the ZW-REC will scan for the
wireless channel with the least traffic. This channel will
appear in the Channel box. If you would like to select a
specific wireless channel you can use the pull down
menu to select the channel you would like.
To have the ZW-REC save the wireless channel as
the default uncheck the “Energy Scan at Startup” box.
This will stop the ZW-REC from doing an energy scan
again. If using older End Devices such as zSeries End
Devices it is recommended you disable the energy scan
now.
Once you have made any required changes press
the Save button to save your settings. Your new
settings will require a reset to take effect. Press the
Radio Reset button to enable your new RF Channel.
Older End Devices may need to be reset if the RF
Channel has been changed. Please refer to the user
manual for your End Device for more information.
Figure 7 – Configuration Page
3.7 Readings Page
The Readings page allows you to view the current sensor data from all connected End Devices.
Before the ZW-REC connects to any End Devices, it will show an initial page without and readings as
pictured below.
Figure 8 – Readings Page (Blank)
At this point configure any End Devices you have. Confirm that all End Devices are set to the same
Network ID as the desired ZW-REC. Also ensure each End Device has a different Device ID selected. If
an End Device is running it needs to be reset after changes to the Device ID or Network ID. Power on all
End Devices now. If you have existing End Devices you may need to reset them at this time.
Please refer to the user manual for your End Device for detailed instructions on setting Network IDs
and Device IDs.
When an End Device turns on it will enter active scan mode and search for a receiver. When your
ZW-REC is found the Wireless Link Indicator on your End Device will flash once. The Link Indicator will
flash again each time a reading is transmitted. Now your End Device should be accessible in the
Readings web page.
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Sensor Data
Once an End Device is connected to the ZW-REC, the Readings page will display sensor data as
shown below. The readings will reflect type of sensors that are attached to your End Devices. You may
view one group of sensors at a time.
Figure 9 – Readings Page (Populated)
Groups
End Devices communicating with the ZW-REC are arranged into groups of eight by Device ID for
easier visibility. Use the drop down box at the top of the page to select which group you wish to view.
Refer to the chart below for group assignments. Not all End Devices can use device IDs 32 and above.
Please refer to your End Device user manual for more information.
Table 4 – Group Assignments
Group Device ID
A
0–7
B
8 – 15
C
16 – 23
D
24 – 31
Group Device ID
E
32 – 39
F
40 – 47
G
48 – 55
H
56 – 63
Group Device ID
I
64 – 71
J
72 – 79
K
80 – 87
L
88 – 95
Group Device ID
M
96 – 103
N
104 – 111
O
112 – 119
P
120 – 127
Logging Sensor Data to Local File
Logging sensor data is useful if you need to keep a record of your sensor data or follow trends in
your readings. To enable data logging, click the Data Logging button. You will be asked for location
and file name for the log to be saved. Once the logging process is started, the dialog window shown
below will appear. The Readings Page must be kept open for logging to continue. To stop logging click
the Data Logging button again.
3.8 Other Features
Figure 10 – Data Logging
The ZW-REC contains many other features which allow you to chart your data, configure your
sensors, view device diagnostics, update firmware and more. The Omega Dashboard software can set
e-mail alerts and alarms, log data from multiple receivers and provides a centralized interface for many
different Omega devices. A TCP interface is also available for users to write their own software with.
For a complete guide to all of these additional features please view the complete product manual:
www.omega.com/manuals/manualpdf/M5546.pdf
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Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement:
In order to comply with FCC radio frequencies (RF) exposure limits, dipole antennas should be
located at a minimum 7.9" (200mm) or more from the body of all persons.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a residential environment. This
equipment generates, uses, and radiates radio frequency energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to correct the
interference by one of the following measures:

Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.

Increase separation between the equipment and receiver.

Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from which the receiver is connected.

Consult dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician.
Industry Canada Statement:
This device complies with Industry
Canada license-exempt RSS standard(s).
Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause
interference, and (2) this device must
accept any interference, including
interference that may cause undesired
operation of the device.
Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR
d'Industrie Canada applicables aux appareils
radio exempts de licence. L'exploitation est
autorisée aux deux conditions suivantes : (1)
l'appareil ne doit pas produire de brouillage, et
(2) l'utilisateur de l'appareil doit accepter tout
brouillage radioélectrique subi, même si le
brouillage est susceptible d'en compromettre
le fonctionnement
This device has been designed to operate with antennas having a maximum gain of 2.2 dBi.
Antennas having a gain greater than 2.2 dBi are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The required
antenna impedance is 50 ohms.0
CE Statement:
The following alert sign indicates that there are restrictions on usage of the equipment in
regards to power limitations on Equivalent Isotropic Radiated Power (EIRP) levels in the
European Community.
The Following Are user Restrictions:

Combinations of power levels and antennas resulting in a radiated power level above 10 mW EIRP for Direct Sequence Spectrum (DSSS) devices are considered as not compliant, and are
not allowed for use within the European Community and other countries that have adopted the
European R&TTE directive 2014/53/EU or the CEPT recommendation ERC/REC 70-03 or both.

This device have been designed to operate with antennas having a maximum gain of 2.2 dBi.
Antennas having a gain greater than 2.2 dBi are strictly prohibited for use with this device. The
required antenna impedance is 50 ohms.
Note: For Warranty information see the complete product manual at:
www.omega.com/manuals/manualpdf/M5546.pdf
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OMEGA ENGINEERING, INC. warrants this unit to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for a
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relative to the product.
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