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MANUAL
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Poseidon 4001 MANUAL
POWER input
12VDC supply
(jack or terminals)
PoE POWER
Power over Ethernet is supported
INPUTS
Binary inputs 1–6
(for contacts)
OUTPUTS
Two 50V rated DT
relay contacts
ETHERNET
10 or 100/10 Mbps
POWER OUT
12V supply for sensors
(also powered from 48V and PoE)
SENSORS
S1 to S4 ports for connecting
sensors up to 30m away
DIP switch
Configuration switches, default is
Off, Off.
SWING HANDLES
Two ports for Southco SH1
electronic handles
POWER INPUTS 48V
Two DC supply inputs,
-30 to -60V
GSM MODEM
RS-232 port for
connecting a modem
POWER OUT
12V for sensors and GSM modem
(also powered from 48V and PoE)
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Recommended connections
10m
°C
SMS
°C
GSM modem
RS-232
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H1
H2
S3
°C
S4
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
S1
I6
S2
O1
O2
Alarming / notifications
SNMP trap for the video
survaillance system (PTZ)
Email for administrator
SNMP / SNMP trap
for NMS monitoring system
Ethernet
Using Poseidon 4001 with HWg-DCD (DataCenter Dashboard)
GSM network
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SMS CODE
I1
I6 H1
H2
S1
S2
S3
S4
O1
O2
Ethernet
1
DIN KEY
S
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3
RFID CARD
HWg-DCD
server application
RFID
reader
I1
I6 H1
H2
S1
S2
S3
S4
O1
O2
5
2
WEB access
ADMIN – Command Center
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First steps
1) Connecting the cables
Turn the unit upside down and write down its MAC address
Poseidon 4001
that is printed on the label.
Set the switches: DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off.
Connect the unit to the Ethernet (with a patch cable to a
switch, cross-over cable to a PC), RJ-45 port.
Plug the power adapter into a mains outlet and connect it to
the Poseidon power jack.
The green POWER LED lights up.
If the Ethernet connection works properly, the LINK LED lights up after a short while, and then
flashes whenever data are transferred (activity indication).
2) Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
UDP Config utility – root directory of the
supplied CD (Windows and Linux versions).
Available for download at www.HWgroup.com
Software > UDP Config.
Click the icon to launch UDP Config.
The program automatically looks for
connected devices.
To search for devices, click the Find
Devices icon.
The program searches for devices in your
local network. Individual Poseidon units are identified by their MAC addresses (printed on the label at
the bottom side of the unit). Double-click a MAC address to
open a basic device configuration dialog.
Configure network parameters
IP address / HTTP port (80 by default)
Network mask
Gateway IP address for your network
Device name (optional)
Click the Apply Changes button to save the settings.
Notes:
To reset the device to factory defaults, toggle DIP1
several times within 5 seconds after power-up.
No configuration changes can be stored while
DIP2=On. To change the IP address, set DIP2=Off.
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First steps
3) Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
The UDP Config utility is located in the root folder of the CD, or it is available for download at
www.HW-group.com. Run UDP Config. The program automatically searches for connected devices.
Double click
The program looks for devices on your local network. Individual Poseidon units are identified by their
MAC addresses (printed on the label at the bottom side of the unit).
Double-click a MAC address to open a basic device configuration dialog.
Set the IP address
HTTP Port
Network mask
Gateway IP address for your network
Device name (optional)
Caution:
If you don’t know these details or are not sure,
please contact your network administrator.
Click the Apply Changes button to save your
changes.
Note: Alternatively, you may use the following utilities to configure the IP address:
UDP Config for Linux
Hercules utility (/Hercules.exe) (UDP Setup or serial port terminal)
RS-232 serial port (any terminal program, 9600 8N1, DIP1=ON, restart)
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First steps
4) WWW interface of the device
To open the WWW interface of the device:
o
Enter the IP address into a web browser
o
Click the IP address in UDP Config
o
Click the underlined IP address in UDP
SETUP
The WWW page displays current states of inputs and outputs.
Click the “Graphic Flash SETUP” link to open the graphical configuration interface (Flash
Setup).
Device IP address
States of outputs,
handles, relays
Overview of
dry contact inputs
Overview of connected sensors, their
unique IDs and current readings
Device name
Detailed configuration
in “Flash Setup”
Description of the
values.XML file
Firmware update
Description of SNMP
structures in the MIB
/ OID list
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Flash SETUP
To open the FLASH interface, FLASH support needs to be installed on your PC. If the computer is
connected to the Internet, the needed plug-in is downloaded automatically.
E-mail configuration and testing
Control of outputs (handle unlocking)
User-defined names
for sensors and inputs
Alarm thresholds
Action when value
out of range
General: Overview of current readings
General Setup: IP address, DNS, security (username/password or IP range)
SNMP: SNMP / SNMP Trap configuration (ports and alarm recipients)
Email & SMS: Configuration and test
Log & Time: Time configuration, NTP server
Sensors: Device name, sensor names, status overview
Outputs: Control and mode configuration of outputs
System: Firmware upgrade
Note:
The Refresh function in the main tab controls the update interval for displaying new sensor
readings.
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Email & SMS
Sends a test e-mail and
shows the connection log
Sends a test SMS and
shows the connection log
To send e-mail, check:
1) Correct Gateway IP address
2) DNS server in network settings
To send SMS, check:
1) Supported GSM modem connected
with the supplied cable
3) SMTP server and port
2) SIM card inserted in the GSM
modem, deactivated PIN
4) Authentication turned on, correct
username and password
3) GSM modem turned on
5) Spam filter for your mailbox is
disabled
4) GSM SMS interface enabled,
modem status is “Ready”
5) Displayed SMS Center number
(retrieved from SIM)
Note:
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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Sensors
Sends a SNMP trap if the “Safe
Range” for this sensor is exceeded
Enter sensor name, will be
shown in E-mail, SMS or
SNMP traps
Sends a SMS if the “Safe Range”
for this sensor is exceeded
Scans connected sensors and
displays detected sensors
To avoid numerous false alerts
(by e-mail or SMS) whenever the reading
fluctuates around the threshold,
you can use:
1) Hysteresis Idle Range
Tolerance band around the
“Safe Range”. Prevents
multiple alarm alerts.
2) Delay [s]
Delays the information about
alarm beginning and alarm
end by a specified time. Can be
used for binary contacts, too.
Tip:
Note:
For details, see the complete “Poseidon family” manual.
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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Inputs
ALARM CONTACT STATUS:
Enter sensor name, will be
shown in E-mail, SMS or
SNMP traps
Active if On
Alarm when the contact
closes (1 = On)
REACTION TO CONTACTS:
Active if Off
Alarm when the contact
opens (0 = Off)
Inactive
Inactive
No alarm
Send Email and SNMP Trap
Send a SNMP Trap
Send an E-mail
FAQ
0 (Off)
1 (On)
Note:
TIP
Configuration changes must be confirmed by
clicking the Apply Changes button.
Poseidon informs about alarm
activation and alarm
deactivation for each contact
and/or sensor.
E-mail format cannot be
changed; sensors may have
custom names.
Yellow background in a line with
a sensor or an input means that
the safe range is exceeded but
alarm notification is off.
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For a detailed description of the configuration and all tabs in the interface, see
the “Poseidon Family” manual. It is available on the web and the install CD.
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Outputs
Choose output mode
Manual mode:
Output controlled over the
WEB or M2M protocols
Local Condition mode:
Output activated by the
“Htemp Rack 19” sensor if
the temp exceeds 30°C
Output mode:
A)
Manual
Output can be controlled in the Flash interface, or from any application using M2M protocols
(XML, SNMP, Modbus/TCP).
The output cannot be used in “thermostat” mode – local condition.
B)
Local Condition
The output cannot be controlled in the Flash interface. The output is controlled with a
specified condition. The output is read-only for all M2M protocols.
The output cannot be controlled remotely.
Note:
o
On if any alarm
The output is active if at least one of the inputs or sensors is in alarm.
o
On if value equal to Trigger
The output is active if the sensor reading matches the “Target Value”.
o
On if value higher than Trigger
The output is active if the sensor reading exceeds the “Target Value”.
o
On if value lower than Trigger
The output is active if the sensor reading is below the “Target Value”.
o
Dependent On – sensor / input to which the condition applies.
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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Software Applications
HWg DCD
Application for data center infrastructure
monitoring. Graphical interface for
opening/closing rack doors and remote
monitoring of IT equipment.
Includes rack access password database,
event logging, rack access logging. With
an external GSM modem, the application
can be controlled via SMS to open racks
using mobile phones and access codes.
PD Trigger
To react to alarms and to control outputs,
the PD Trigger application can be used. It
reacts to incoming Alarm alerts by, for
instance, activating a networked relay.
(Available for download at our website.)
Third-party SW applications
HW group maintains a database of software applications that are tested to work with
Poseidon products. See the HWg website for an overview:
SNMP Network Management applications
IP surveillance systems
Security applications
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HWg-PDMS
Windows application for data logging and
quick export of reports to MS Excel. Sensor
readings from connected devices are stored in
a database. Readings are received over XML
(http) or e-mail. Works with the PD Trigger
application to process alarms.
The database can be accessed from a MS
EXCEL sheet, or through an API (examples
are available for .NET, VB, C#, Borland C++,
Delphi, Microsoft C++).
PosDamIO
Poseidon Damocles I/O is a command-line utility for Windows and Linux that lets
you control Poseidon and Damocles units over the XML interface. It can display the
states of sensors, inputs and outputs, as well as set an output high or low.
CapTemp
Software for collecting and analyzing sensors readings in food processing and other industries.
CapTemp and MonTemp is a pair of utilities to monitor production processes. The programs can
supervise all sensors by HW group (temperature and humidity sensors, contacts, etc) as well as
sensors by other manufacturers.
CapTemp logs the readings into an
internal database, displays several
most recent ones, and processes
conditions and alarms. Alerts to
readings within an alarm range are
sent by e-mail, or by SMS via a
GSM modem connected to the PC.
MonTemp subsequently processes
stored data and generates graphic
reports, histograms, as well as ISO
or HACCP protocols.
CapTemp supports
Poseidon, Damocles and I/O
Controller products
Alarm alerts are sent by email or SMS (GSM modem)
Concise graphical
environment
Supports conditions and rules for simple control tasks
Evaluation version functions for 21 days without restrictions
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Technical specifications
182 mm
483 mm
19“
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Product specifications
Ethernet: RJ45 – 10BASE-T/10 Mbit/s
4 sensor inputs: RJ11 ports for connecting 1-Wire sensors (temperature, humidity...)
6 digital inputs: Dry (volt free) contact inputs
4 digital outputs: Relay contact outputs, each output controls a NO and a NC contact
Configuration DIP switches
o
DIP1 = On activates Serial SETUP mode (9600 8N1)
Restores factory defaults when 5x toggled within 5 seconds after power up
o
DIP2 = On prevents changes in the configuration
o
Device features
o
Alarming when a reading threshold is exceeded
o
Remote monitoring of input states and temperature sensor
o
Remote control of SH1 electronic swing handles
o
Remote output control
o
Local output control with Alarm conditions (Local Condition)
Power supply: +12V / 250 mA, 48V, or PoE
Dimensions: 184 x 44 x 125 [mm] (1U)
LED indicators: Power, LINK, STATUS, ALARM
ETHERNET
Interface
- Power options
Supported protocols
SNMP compatibility
RJ45 (10BASE-T) – 10 Mbps or 10/100 Mbps network compatible
Power over Ethernet available
IP: ARP, TCP/IP (HTTP, Modbus over TCP, NTP, SMTP), UDP/IP (SNMP)
Ver:1.00 compatible, some parts of the ver 2.0 implemented
SENSORS
Port
Type
Connector
Sensors
Sensors distance
S1, S2, S3, S4
HWg original accessories
RJ11 (1-Wire Bus)
Up to 12 sensors in total
Up to 30m single sensor / port - approx. 10m with star topology
DRY CONTACT INPUTS
Port
I1, I2, I3, I4, I5, I6
Type
Digital Input (ready to NO/NC Dry or Wet contact)
Sensitivity
1 (On) = 0…500 Ω (Right pin from terminal block can be connected with 12V GND)
Max. distance
Up to 50m
OUTPUTS
Port
Type
Max. load
State
OUT1, OUT2
Relay contacts (NC-COM-NO)
up to 48W (4A/12V or 1A/48V)
Power up state (no state restart memory)
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SWING HANDLES
Port
Type
Max. distance
H1, H2
Electronic swing handle interface
Up to 5m
GSM MODEM
Port
Type
Connector
RS-232
Serial port (RxD, TxD, RTS, CTS, GND)
Cannon DB9M
POWER input
Port
Type
Connector
POWER 9-15V
Main device power input (typically 400 mA + external devices)
Jack (barrel, inner 2.5 mm outer 6.3 mm) & Terminal block (parallel connection)
POWER INPUTS 48V
Port
48V, 48V
Type
Double 48V DC power input
Connector
Terminal block
POWER OUT
Port
Type
Connector
12V, 12V, 12V
12V output for external device (GSM modem, sensors..)
Powered from PoE or 48V power inputs
Terminal block
LED Status indicators
POWER
Green - power OK
LINK & Activity
Yellow - Ethernet connectivity
ALARM
Red - Any sensor in alarm state
GSM
Green – GSM modem activity
DIP SWITCH
DIP1: Setup
DIP2: Security
Physical parameters
Temperature range
MTBF
Dimensions / Weight
ON = RS-232 Setup mode over serial port (RS-232 mode only)
Load defaults: Toggle 3 times during first 5 seconds after power-up to load default settings.
ON = Security mode - remote configuration disabled
OFF = Non-Security mode - remote configuration enabled
Operating: -10 to 65 °C / Storage: -25 to 85 °C
> 85 000 hours
182 x 44 x 125 [mm] / 500 g
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Relay outputs
NO
COM
POWER OUT
12V
+
-
NO NC
NO and NC labels apply to Off (0) state, or device turned off
When the output is On (1), a “Normally Open” (NO) relay contact is closed
Indication: Contact state (closed / open) is indicated by a LED
Isolation: The double-throw contact is electrically isolated from the rest of the device
ID range: Outputs use ID addresses from 151 to 180
Dry contact inputs
Digital input terminals may be connected to voltage-free contacts or the GND pin. The inputs are
electrically connected to the 12V power supply. Never connect the inputs to the 48V supply voltage!
Unconnected inputs read as “0 (Off)”
Active inputs read as “1 (On)”
Supported sensors: Any contact without external voltage (dry
contact)
Polling period: 800 ms
Range of sensor IDs: Inputs use IDs from 1 to 24
L
R
R
I1
I1
L
Power
12V
+U
+
+
GND
-
-
12V
GND
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M2M interface
The product is ready to be connected with third-party SW applications.
For a description of the interfaces (XML format, detailed description of SNMP, mapping of
Modbus/TCP variables), see the detailed “Poseidon family” manual.
XML (over HTTP)
SNMP, SNMP traps
Modbus/TCP
SMTP (E-mail)
• For a detailed description of the M2M interfaces and interfacing details, see the
detailed Poseidon family manual.
TIP
SDK (Software Development Kit)
Programmers can take advantage of the HWg SDK (Software Development Kit) with an ActiveX
interface and ready-made examples.
VB - Visual
examples)
Basic
(6.0)
- (3xx
Borland C++ (1xx examples)
Microsoft Visual C++ (2xx examples)
C# / .NET (5xx examples)
Borland Delphi (4xx examples)
JAVA
PHP / ASP
other examples that do not directly
use SDK functions (all 9xx examples)
Note:
The latest version of HWg SDK is available for download at the HWg website. You just need
to register your e-mail.
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Swing Handle SH1
Pawl
Locking lever
150 mm
Material Thickness: 1 to 2.5mm
Panel Preparation
25 mm
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Note: Pawl type depends on the mechanical construction of the cabinet. The pawl is not included in
the standard SH1 delivery; it should be ordered from your cabinet manufacturer.
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SH1 Lock system
RFID reader SH3a
Material Thickness: 1 to 2.5mm
RJ45 wiring (HWg-SH3)
Black:
Red:
Green:
77.5 mm
Panel Preparation
42 mm
GND
Pwr
Data Tx
4
7
6
Cannon9 DB9F wiring (Poseidon 4001)
Black:
Red:
GND
Pwr
GND
+12V
Black:
Green:
GND
Data Tx
5
2
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How to use Poseidon 4001 with an external lock
Poseidon 4001 opens the Swing Handle SH1 (H1)
Door contact (I6) is installed to detect opened doors (mechanical DIN key for example)
There is a locally installed Autonomous lock (I4) system with a Dry contact output
Configuration: Local condition for the SH1 (H1) output, based on Autonomous lock (I5)
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Door
contact
H1
H2
S3
S4
COM
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
S1
S2
O1
O2
DRY CONTACT
SH1
Autonomous lock
RFID / keypad / iButton
Cards DB
Swing Handle
Standard cabinet
Ethernet
M2M connection over IP
WEB door control
Device administration (not card database)
Email for administrator
Remote Door control with centralized
HWg DataCenter Dashboard
SNMP / SNMP trap
Any monitoring system
Features
Doors can be opened remotely with the HWg-DCD application (Admin, SMS, Wall reader..)
Doors can be opened locally when the Autonomous lock opens the relay output
To open cabinet doors, IP connection to the HWg-DCD software application is not required
RFID cards (tags) are added or removed locally with the Autonomous Lock
Ordering codes
600 378
Poseidon 4001 SH Tset
Contains SH1, temperature probes, power adaptor..
600 409
Ext. RFID lock
Can be replaced by other type (includes 2 RFID tags)
600 407
HWg-SH Pawls
Useful for installing SH1 into a new cabinet
600 401
HWg-DCD 8
Free license of HWg-DCD , access control for up to 8 cabinets
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How to use Poseidon 4001 with a RFID reader
Poseidon 4001 opens the Swing Handle SH1 (H1)
Door contact (I6) is installed to detect opened doors (mechanical DIN key for example)
A RFID reader is installed on the front door and connected to RS-232 (COM)
Configuration: Connection to HWg-DCD software required for door access control
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Door
contact
H1
H2
S3
S4
COM
I1
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
S1
S2
O1
O2
RS-232
SH1
RFID
RS-232 reader
Cards DB
Swing Handle
Standard cabinet
Ethernet
M2M connection over IP
WEB door control
Device administration (not card database)
Remote Door control with centralized
HWg DataCenter Dashboard
Email for administrator
SNMP / SNMP trap
Any monitoring system
Features
Doors can be opened remotely with the HWg-DCD application (Admin, SMS, Wall reader..)
Doors can be opened locally based on the RFID card authorization (HWg-DCD database)
To open cabinet doors, IP connection to HWg-DCD software application is required
RFID cards (tags) are managed (added/removed) in the HWg-DCD software application
Ordering codes
600 378
Poseidon 4001 SH Tset
Contains SH1, temperature probes, power adaptor..
600 410
RFID reader SH3a
Front door RFID cards reader (includes 2 RFID tags)
600 407
HWg-SH Pawls
Useful for installing SH1 into a new cabinet
600 401
HWg-DCD 8
Free license of HWg-DCD , access control for up to 8 cabinets
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How to add Poseidon 4001 to the HWg-DCD software
Define the Users
1
Right click
menu
SMS alert number for
the user.
RFID Card can be
added manually or
automatically.
This is user‟s personal code for opening the cabinet via SMS:
This code has to be unique per HWg-DCD
This code has to be inserted to every SMS from any phone
number to authorize this one user
For example, the opening SMS contains “XXXX YYYY” where
XXXX is this user‟s code and YYYY is the cabinet door code
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Add & configure the cabinet in HWg-DCD
1
2
3
4
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Name & password if the
device is protected.
Select how many Swing handles are
connected to the unit
(Front / Front & Rear / None)
5
Choose which Dry Contact input is
connected your front door contact.
Standard door contact is NC (Normally
closed).
6
7
Choose which Dry Contact input is
connected to your External Lock
(Autonomous RFID lock).
Select the polarity (NO/NC) to open the
door.
Select sensors that you want to see on
the Cabinet screen.
Only for your information.
8
Fill SMS codes to open/close the doors
or switch the outputs.
For example, opening SMS contains
“XXXX YYYY”. YYYY is this code and
XXXX is the user‟s identification code.
9
Leave blank if you don‟t need GSM
access control.
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SNMP Traps are automatically configured in the
Poseidon device and sent to this HWg-DCD server.
Leave blank at least one “SNMP Trap destination” in
the Poseidon configuration (SNMP Tab) for automatic
configuration.
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Open doors
Right click
menu
Status of related sensors
- Green:
All sensors OK
- Yellow:
One sensor out of SafeRange
- Red:
More than one sensor out of SafeRange
Cabinet closed & locked
Cabinet is fully secured.
Cabinet closed & UNLOCKED
Handle is unlocked and waiting to be opened manually. If it„s not opened
up to defined time (General Tab in Global settings), it‟s handle will be
locked again automatically.
Cabinet OPEN
Cabinet door is open. Handle is locked, or unlocked and waiting to be
opened manually. If it is not opened in a defined time (General Tab in
Global settings), the handle will be locked again automatically.
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Right click
menu
Right click
menu
From the defined users, select
who is authorized to open the
door of this particular cabinet.
U: Single user
G: Group of users (One Company, department)
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User alert when the cabinet is
opened or Door opening failure.
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Authorize access method per
user.
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HWg-DCD user tips
Show Cabinet Access Log
Access log listing for each cabinet.
Smart local alerts
Switch on green light when all cabinets in one group are closed & locked.
Switch on yellow light when one of the cabinets in the group is waiting to be opened.
Switch on red light when at least one cabinet in the group is opened.
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Updating the firmware over the WEB
Upload the firmware in a .hwg file over http to http://x.x.x.x/upload/.
Connection problems etc. must be avoided during file transfer. If the update fails, upload the firmware
over RS-232.
Firmware in the .HWg format is available at our website, or on the supplied CD.
Load defaults
Reset the device to factory defaults (clear all the passwords):
1) Switch off the device
2) Set DIP1 to ON
3) Power on the device
4) toggle DIP1 several times within 5 seconds after power-up.
TIP
• For a detailed description and further details, see the detailed Poseidon
family manual.
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