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Datasheet
Created: 14.11.2014
Last update: 7.6 2016 14:00
Number of pages: 48
© 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
Firmware versions............................................... 3
dout ........................................................... 24
Getting to know Papago ...................................... 4
SNMP ............................................................... 25
Applications ................................................. 4
Objects – variables .................................... 26
Common Features ....................................... 4
SNMP objects – general ............................ 27
Communication Options ............................... 5
Traps ......................................................... 28
Properties .................................................... 5
MODBUS TCP .................................................. 29
Connection.......................................................... 6
Output ........................................................ 29
Configuration ...................................................... 8
Input state read .......................................... 29
Network ..................................................... 10
Couters ...................................................... 29
Security...................................................... 11
Sensor ....................................................... 31
E-mail ........................................................ 11
SPINEL ............................................................. 32
SNMP ........................................................ 12
Temperature reading ................................. 32
HTTP GET ................................................. 13
Read input states ....................................... 34
Setting counters and output by an HTTP GET
.................................................................. 15
Read output state ...................................... 34
Inputs and outputs configuration section .... 17
Sensor Section .......................................... 18
Other Settings ............................................ 19
Configuration via Telnet protocol....................... 20
Connection .................................................... 20
IP address is not known ............................. 20
IP address is known ................................... 21
Telnet main menu.......................................... 21
Server ........................................................... 21
Output settings........................................... 35
Reading counters....................................... 35
Setting or subtracting counter value ........... 37
Reading of name and version .................... 37
Reading of manufacturing data .................. 38
Automatic message ................................... 38
Indications ........................................................ 41
Reset ................................................................ 41
Technical parameters ....................................... 42
Factory Defaults ............................................ 22
Combined humidity and temperature sensor
.................................................................. 42
Exit without save ........................................... 22
Standalone temperature sensor ................. 43
Save and exit ................................................ 22
Sensor cable .............................................. 44
XML .................................................................. 23
Other parameters ....................................... 44
status ......................................................... 23
Default settings of the Ethernet .................. 45
sns ............................................................. 23
Available designs ....................................... 45
din .............................................................. 24
FIRMWARE VERSIONS
Version 1.0
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First version.
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GETTING TO KNOW PAPAGO
PAPAGO is a family of devices with uniform appearance and communication capabilities.
It allows to combine communication interfaces on one side and measuring sensors
(inputs) on the other side.
Applications

Temperature and humidity measurement in industry, buildings, server rooms and other
environments.
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Measurement of temperature for heating systems.
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Monitoring temperatures in warehouses and archives.
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Monitoring the manufacturing process.
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Monitoring temperature, humidity and reached limits.
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Environmental monitoring via the Internet.
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Measurement for the HACCP system.
Common Features
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Ethernet or WiFi interface to an internal website and many standard communication
protocols.
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Ethernet versions with PoE power supply. This eliminates the need to use an external
power supply, but the possibility to connect the AC adapter is available.
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Configuration of WiFi parameters via USB interface.
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Internal memory and real-time clock. Measured data including the time of measurement
is automatically stored in the memory in the event that communication is lost. The data is
automatically sent after the connection is restored.
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Elegant but robust metal box that can be mounted on a DIN rail. The box bears
descriptions that allow connection without having to consult the manual. Also LED
indicators for all important states help commissioning.
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The possibility to display, store and analyse data in the Wix program.
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Communication Options
PAPAGO features different communication options depending on the used interface. PAPAGO
can be controlled via a web interface or via software for Windows. Machine data-reading is
possible using various standard methods, so PAPAGO can be easily integrated into your
existing systems. You can choose the option that is appropriate for your location:
Machine data-reading: Modbus TCP, HTTP GET with encryption, e-mail, SNMP, XML, Spinel
User control: Web interface, Wix software
Properties
PAPAGO TH 2DI DO is used as an environment monitor – it measures temperature,
humidity and dew point. It also has two contact inputs to connect either contact or a
pulse output and a relay.
Fig. 1 – use possibilities
Sensor input (SENSOR) can accept one of these two types of sensors:
 Sensor A .................... temperature: -40 to 123,8 °C; humidity: 0 to 100 %
 Sensor B .................... temperature: -55 to 125 °C
Relay (OUT) is meant for:
 Switching load with low voltage and power.
 Manual control (on/off or pulse), input mirroring or an alarm for measured value.
Digital inputs (IN) can be connected with:
 Contact.
 Pulse output from measuring gauges like electricity, water, gas, heat and other.
 Logic output of 5V TTL levels.
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 Family of measuring devices with Ethernet or WiFi interface.
 Modern web interface.
 Data reading via a web interface or Wix software.
 Machine data reading via Modbus, HTTP GET, SNMP, XML, e-mail or Spinel protocol.
 The ability to encrypt data in HTTP GET by 128bit encryption.
 Measurements via external thermometer or combined temperature and humidity sensor.
(Sensors are not included.)
 Power supply from PoE (Ethernet versions only) or external source.
 PoE standard according to IEEE 802.3at.
 WiFi 2.4 GHz.
 External DC power supply 11 to 58 V.
 Current consumption typically 72 mA at 24 V.
CONNECTION
1) Ethernet version: Connect the device by a normal uncrossed cable for computer
networks to the switch.
2) Ethernet version: If the device cannot be powered by the switch via PoE according to the
IEEE 802.3at standard, connect a power adapter to the coaxial connector next to the
connector for the Ethernet. DC voltage in the range of 11-58 V is expected. (The positive
pole is inside, the input for the power supply has reverse polarity protection.)
WiFi version: Connect a power adapter to the coaxial connector next to antenna. DC
voltage in the range of 11-58 V is expected. (The positive pole is inside, the input for the
power supply has reverse polarity protection.)
fig. 2 – Front view with sensor connector and input/output terminals
3) Sensor connector: Connect temperature, or combined temperature/humidity sensor (sold
separately). Terminal contact and relay connection shown in fig. 2.
4) Ethernet version: Now it is necessary to set the correct IP address of the device. The
default IP address is 192.168.1.254 and network mask 255.255.255.0. If your network is
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not compatible with this range, set the IP address of the device using Ethernet
Configurator.
fig. 3 – Ethernet Configurator for setting the IP address
WiFi version: Connect your Papago to a windows PC using the supplied micro USB
cable.1 Run Papago WiFi Configurator software, you can download it on papouch.com.
Set-up Papago to your WiFi network parameters so you can access it from that network.
fig. 4 – WiFi configuration via USB
5) After setting the address, you can connect to a Web browser at the address specified as
follows: http://192.168.1.254/ (The example is given for the default IP address.)
1
In Windows 7 or higher driver will be installed automatically.
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CONFIGURATION
Configuration is done via a web interface. The basic network parameters can also be set via
Telnet (see page 20). The web interface is accessible on the IP address of the device. (The
default address is 192.168.1.254.)
After entering the IP address, the main page will appear showing the latest measured values.
fig. 5 – Web interface with temperature-humidity sensor
The web interface is secured with a username and password. You can choose a separate
password for the user (who can only display the values on the main page) and for the
administrator (who can also change settings).
The web interface is optimized for the following browsers (or later version): Mozilla Firefox 29,
Internet Explorer 10, Google Chrome 6, Opera 10.62, Safari 1. The Web interface can also be
displayed on mobile phones using OS Android 4.2, iOS 7 and Windows Phone 8.1.
The configuration is displayed when you click the icon of gears in the upper right corner. The
configuration is divided into sections according to the types of settings and is available in
English and Czech.
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fig. 6 - Configuration of Papago
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Network
This section contains the configuration of network parameters.
fig. 7 - network configuration
If the box for assigning addresses via DHCP is ticked, the fields for Device's IP address,
Netmask, Gateway IP address and DNS server's IP address are reset and upon reloading the
settings they are filled again with data obtained from the DHCP server.
If you have a version with WiFi interface in the section Network is also following parameters:
fig. 8 - WiFi network parameters
As Authentication method is available this options: Open, WEP (open), WEP (shared), WPA
(TKIP), WPA (AES), WPA2 (TKIP), WPA2 (AES), WPA2 (Mixed).
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Security
The section for setting the password of the user (can only access the main page) and the
administrator (has access to both the main page and the settings).
fig. 9 - Access security settings
After saving, the passwords are no longer displayed for security reasons. The fields for entering
the password show Not set, if the password has not been entered, or Keep original password, if
the password has been entered but is not to be displayed.
E-mail
The device can send e-mails if one of the thresholds set for any of the measuring channels has
been exceeded.
fig. 10 - settings for sending e-mails
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E-mail sending
This sets the interval of sending e-mail with current counter states. Available options are once
an hour, day, week or month.

Once an hour: Input 0 to 59 in the Time field to determine which minute of an hour should
the e-mail be sent.

Once a day: Input 0 to 23 in the Time field, e-mail will be sent in the first minute of this
hour.
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Once a week: Input 0 to 6 in the Time field (0 is Monday). E-mail will be send in the first
minute of this day.
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Once a month: Input 0 to 30 in the Time field. E-mail will be sent in the first minute of the
selected day.
E-mail example:
When the limits are exceeded, the device sends an e-mail – format can be seen below:
Input 1 is 29 m3. State is: OFF
Input 2 is 0.049 kWh. State is: OFF
State Output is: OFF
Temperature is in range. Value is 26.7 °C.
Humidity is in range. Value is 61.5 %.
Dewpoint is in range. Value is 18.6 °C.
SNMP
Here you can configure communication via SNMP used for data collection in large networks.
fig. 11 - settings for communication via SNMP
For description of SNMP objects see page 23.
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HTTP GET
This section is used to set the sending of measured data to a remote server.
fig. 12 - data sending via HTTP GET
If the sending interval is set to zero, the sending function is turned off. The interval can be set
from 0 to 1440 minutes.
If a sensor is set as Unconnected, its parameters are not sent in GET.
If you enter an encryption key of 16 characters, the HTTP GET data is encrypted by 128-bit
AES cipher (Rijndael), the CFB method.
GET Format
Example of periodic GET:
(GET comes from a PAPAGO unit that has one combined and one temperature sensor.
& charracters are deleted for better readability.)
script.php?mac=0080A397EB59 type=Papago 1TH 2DI 1DO ETH guid= description=PER
date_time=02/12/2016 12:38:40 in1_name=Input 1 in1_state=0 in1_conv=1 in1_units=m3
in1_raw=1 in2_name=Input 2 in2_state=0 in2_conv=2.000 in2_units=kWh in2_raw=2000
out1_name=Output out1_state=0 T1V1_value=29.0 T1V1_units=°C T1V1_status=2
H1V2_value=43.2 H1V2_units=% H1V2_status=0 D1V3_value=15.2 D1V3_units=°C
D1V3_status=0
Example of GET after pressing the button in the settings:
script.php?mac=0080A393A273&type=Papago%202PT%20ETH
&guid=PAPAGO-TEST-GUID&description=TEST
Example of encrypted GET after pressing the button in the settings:
script.php?encrypted_data=%DC%BD%5D%C1%DE%C4%0A%66%8B%69%0C%6D%8D
%70%B9%11%EA%8C%19%2A%93%F1%71%87%B7%47%94%77%C7%A2%71%D9%1
A%3D%BA%21%CF%0D%D5%42%1F%01%23%7B%AF%31%C9%6D%D6%EC%87%C4
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%39%E4%76%84%29%A9%C1%31%74%05%31%3F%96%43%13%3C%73%08%D6%8F
%56%F5%6C%A2%77%53%C6%A7%10%8F%47%A5%A7%2D%04%9B%58%A0%94
The following parameters are sent in GET:
OBECNÉ
description ....... Indicates a standard GET with measurement (LOG), GET sent when exceeding
a limit (WATCH) or a test GET sent when you press the button on the Web
(TEST). GET with measurement and GET sent when exceeding a limit contain
the same data
mac ................. MAC address of the device.
type ................. Type designation of the device.
guid ................. Unique user-specified text string.
log_index ......... The serial number of the record in a circular buffer.2
date_time ........ Date and time of recording in the format mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss.
encrypted_data This parameter contains the data of encrypted GET.
INPUTY
inX_name ........ Input name.
inX_state ......... Input state, current value 0 (off) or 1 (on).
inXconv ........... Current input counter state converted by the given parameters to a set unit.
inX_units ......... Unit for converted counter state.
inX_raw ........... „Raw“counter value before conversion.
OUTPUT
out1_name ...... Input name.
out1_state ....... Output state, current value 0 (off) or 1 (on).
SENSOR
The following parameters may be given more than once if there are more measured values from
one sensor. The first character may be either T (for temperature), H (for humidity) or D (dew
point). Thus, Papago 2PT with two temperature sensors, provides these parameters:
T1V13_value .... The first temperature as a decimal number.
T2V1_value ..... The second temperature as a decimal number.
T1V1_units ...... The unit of the first measured temperature.
T2V1_units ...... The unit of the second measured temperature.
2
This number applies if the network connection to the device has been discontinued for some time. After
restoring the network connection, all accumulated GETs are sent in the form of a circular buffer. The buffer
has a capacity of 200 entries.
3
The number after the letter T indicates the serial number of the connector on the device. The number after
the letter V indicates the serial number of the parameter from the connected sensor.
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T1V1_status..... Status of the first value: the value is OK (0), upper limit exceeded (2), lower limit
exceeded (3) invalid value (4).
T2V1_status..... Status of the second value: the value is OK (0), upper limit exceeded (2), lower
limit exceeded (3) invalid value (4).
CH1_name....... Channel 1 name.
CH2_name....... Channel 2 name.
Answer to the HTTP GET
If you want to send a command to change output state within the http GET answer, or subtract a
value from the counter state, the server should send the answer in XML format. Answer then
should contain attributes out1 and cnt1 or cnt2, which can set the output and / or subtract a
value from the counter state. (XML can only contain some of these attributes.) Values shall be
sent in this format:
<root>
<set valid="1" out1="1" cnt1="7" cnt2="5.5" />
</root>
If the HTTP GET is encrypted, the answer to it has to be encrpyted as well and with a following
format (the whole lengt must be no longer than 250 characters):
<root>
<set
encrypted_data=%DC%BD%5D%C1%DE%C4%0A%66%8B%69%0C%6D%8D%70%B9%11%EA%8C%1
9%2A%93%F1%71%87%B7%47%94%77%C7%A2%71%D9%1A%3D%BA%21%CF%0D%D5%42%1F%01/
>
</root>
Setting counters and output by an HTTP GET
Using HTTP GET, you can change counters or output states via set.xml script. This script
accepts non-encrpted messages only. Papago understands these commands:

Setting counter to a value
set.xml?type=m&id=2&val=156
Parameter id is counter number, counted from 1. Parameter val is a new counter value.
Papago expects whole or decimal number depending on the number of decimals set for
this counter.

Subtract value from counter state
set.xml?type=n&id=1&val=37.2
Parameter id is counter number, counted from 1. Parameter val is a value you want to
subtract from the counter state. Papago expects whole or decimal number depending on
the number of decimals set for this counter.

Turn output on
set.xml?type=s&id=1

Turn output off
set.xml?type=r&id=1
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Send a pulse to the output
set.xml?type=p&id=1
Answer to the sent GET is XML in this format:
<root>
<result status="1" />
</root>
Should the attribute status be 0, it means the command was not performed because it contains
errors or unexpected values.
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Inputs and outputs configuration section
Inputs and outputs operation mode configuration.
fig. 13 – inputs and outputs settings
Inputs sampling rate is common for both inputs and represents time of how long a value has to
be on the input to be considered a valid one.
Operation mode is essentially a way of counting pulses on the input. Counter can be off or it
can count leading edges, falling edges or both edges. Once the counter is on, conversion
settings can be modified to convert the pulses to a real value. (For example if the connected
electricity gauge has a reaolution of 100 pulses per kWh, enter this conversion, write kWh to the
Unit field and the main page will display the consumption in kWh
You can also set Operation more on the output. One of these can be applied:
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Manual control
Pulse control
Input 1 mirroring
Input 2 mirroring
Thermostat for temperature
Thermostat for humidity
Thermostat for dew point
Once Manual or Pulse control is set, default output relay contact state can also be set. This
state will be on after a power up or a reboot of the Papago unit.
In Pulse mode the output pulse length is set to define how long the relay should be on. Then the
pulse of this length can be sent from the main page or via HTTP GET.
In the Out of limits watching mode, the two limit fields are used. Once the watched value goes
out of these limits, the output relay will be turned on.
Sensor Section
Sensor and limits configuration.
fig. 14 - configuration of one of the sensors
By pressing the Autodetect button, all settings for Sensor A and/or B are done automatically
according to the currently connected sensor(s), above all the right type of the sensor is entered
in the field Connected sensor.
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Other Settings
This section allows you to set the time, temperature unit, language of the website, etc…
fig. 15 - other settings
The available languages are Czech or English; for temperature units you can choose between
degrees Celsius, Fahrenheit or Kelvin.
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CONFIGURATION VIA TELNET PROTOCOL
Connection
IP address is not known
It is recommended that the IP address should be set using the Ethernet Configurator software
(for more information see page 7).
1) Open the window of the cmd command. (In the Windows OS select Start/Run, enter cmd
in the provided line and click Enter.)
2) Make the following entries into the ARP table:
a. Type arp –d and confirm by Enter. This will delete the current ARP table.
b. Use the following command to assign 192.168.1.254 to the module MAC address:
arp –s [new_ip_address] [MAC_address_of_device]
example: arp -s 192.168.1.254 00-20-4a-80-65-6e
3) Now open Telnet. (Type in telnet and click Enter. 4)
4) Enter open [new_ip_address] 1 and confirm.
5) After a while, the terminal will display an error message saying that connection failed.
However, this step is necessary for the module to enter the IP address into its ARP table.
6) Connect to the IP address of the module. (Type in open [IP address in dotted
format] 9999 and click Enter.)
7) So far you have only entered the configuration mode of the module. The IP address has
not yet been set. It must be set in the menu Server Configuration > IP Address. If you
close the configuration mode without saving the settings and IP address configuration,
the whole procedure must be repeated!
8) If the entered IP address is valid, the device displays an introductory text ending with:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Press Enter within 3 seconds, otherwise the configuration mode will close.
9) The device will display a preview of its settings.
10) The preview ends with a paragraph called “Change setup:” which lists the groups of
parameters that can be configured. Network parameters can be changed in the “Server”
section where you can set a new network address and other parameters.
4
In OS Windows Vista or higher, the client for Telnet is not a standard part of the system. Install it using the
following procedure:
a) Open the “Control Panels/Programs and Features” menu.
b) On the left, click “Enable or disable features of Windows system” (this option requires the administrator
to log in).
c) The “Features of Windows system” window displays. Here tick the “Telnet service Client” field and click
Ok. The client for Telnet will be installed.
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IP address is known
1) In OS Windows choose Start/Run, enter telnet in the provided line and press Enter. 4
2) Connect to the IP address of the module. (Type in open [IP address in dotted
format] 9999 and press Enter.)
3) If the entered IP address is valid, the device displays an introductory text ending with:
Press Enter for Setup Mode
Press Enter within 3 seconds, otherwise the configuration mode will close.
4) The device will display a preview of its settings.
5) The preview ends with a paragraph called “Change setup:” which lists the groups of
parameters that can be configured. Network parameters can be changed in the “Server”
section.
Telnet main menu
Individual items can be chosen using the numbers written next to them. Choose the required
number and press Enter.
The menu structure is as follows:
Change Setup:
0 Server
...
7 Defaults
8 Exit without save
9 Save and exit
Your choice ?
Server
Basic Ethernet settings.
This section contains the following parameters:
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
(IP address)
IP address of the module. The digits must be entered one by one and separated by Enter.
Default value: 192.168.1.254
Set Gateway IP Address
(set the IP address of the gateway)
Gateway IP addr
(IP address of the gateway)
In “Set Gateway IP Address” enter “Y“ to change the IP address. The system then prompts you to
change the Gateway IP address. The digits must be entered one by one and separated by Enter.
Netmask
(network mask)
Here you specify the number of bits of the IP address that make up the network part.
The Netmask is set as a number of bits determining the range of available IP addresses of the local
network. If, for example, value 2 is entered, the structure of the Netmask is 255.255.255.252 .
The entered value specifies the number of bits from the right. The maximum is 32.
Default value: 8
Example:
The mask 255.255.255.0 (binary form: 11111111 11111111 11111111 00000000) =. number 8.
The mask 255.255.255.252 (binary form: 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111100) = number 2.
Change telnet config password
(Set the password for Telnet)
Enter new Password
(Enter the password for Telnet)
This parameter is used to set a new password which is required prior to any configuration via Telnet
or via WEB interface (admin password).
For item “Change telnet config password”, enter “Y” to change the password. The system then
prompts you to change the password.
Factory Defaults
By pressing number 7 the device restores the default settings.
The default setting means that all parameters will return to their initial factory settings. The IP
address remains unchanged; the web interface port is set to 80.
Exit without save
To close the configuration mode without saving the changed parameters.
Save and exit
This option saves the changes. If any parameter has been changed, the device is restarted. The
restart takes several tens of seconds.
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XML
It is possible to obtain the last measured values, limits (thresholds) and device name from the
device in the form of a text file in the XML format. The file is available at http://[IPadresa]/fresh.xml – i.e. for example at http://192.168.1.254/fresh.xml for the default settings.
fig. 16 – example of XML with actual values
The XML file contains a sns tag for each measured parameter as well as the status tag:
status
location
User-defined name of the device.
time
The current system time of the device in the format mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss.
sns
id
The serial number of the measured variable. (The first number is 1.)
name
The name of the sensor.
type, type2, type3
Number 1 (parameters of temperature), 2 (parameters of humidity) or 3 (dew point).
status, status2, status3
It describes the status of the measured value. Can show the following values:
0 ..... the value is valid and shows the currently measured value
2 ..... the measured value exceeds the user-set upper limit
3 ..... the measured value exceeds the user-set lower limit
4 ..... measurement error or sensor error (damaged sensor or cable)
unit, unit2, unit3
The number represents the code the chosen temperature unit. It can have the following values:
0 ..... degrees Celsius
1 ..... degrees Fahrenheit
2 ..... degrees Kelvin
val, val2, val3
The currently measured value as a decimal number, with an accuracy of one- or two-tenths
depending on the extent and type of the sensor. (For validity of the value see status.)
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w-min, w-min2, w-min3, w-max, w-max2, w-max3
The lower (w-min) and upper (w-max) limit of the value set by the user. The value is shown as a
decimal number with an accuracy of one-tenth.
din
id
Input number. (Starts with 1.)
name
User input name.
bin
Current input state as a number 0 (off) or 1 (on).
val
Input counter converted based on the set parameters to a set value. String also contains the
user specified symbol of the unit.
raw
Current counter state before conversion.
dout
id
Output number. (Starts with 1.)
name
User output name.
bin
Current output state as a number 0 (off) or 1 (on).
mode
Output mode based on user settings. Shown as a number from 0 to 6:
0) Manual control
1) Pulse control
2) Input 1 mirroring
3) Input 2 mirroring
4) Thermostat for temperature
5) Thermostat for humidity
6) Thermostat for dew point
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SNMP
The SNMP protocol (version 1) contains objects with individual values. For a detailed
description of the objects see bellow. The MIB table you can import into your SNMP manager
can be downloaded from papouch.com.
fig. 17 – SNMP objects
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Objects – variables
Input – State
Name: inState
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.2.1.1.1.1
Desctiption: State Inputu jako číslo 0 nebo 1.
Input – Counter value
Name: inCounter
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.2.1.1.2.1
Description: Converted counter value as a whole number. (You can subtract set value from
the counter state by writing the value here). Following number of decimals has to be applied to
the value to get the converted couter value.
Input – Number of cecimals
Name: inDecNum
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.2.1.1.3.1
Desctiption: Number of decimals as a whole number. This number of decimals has to be
applied to the value to get the converted couter value.
Input – Unit
Name: inUnit
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.2.1.1.4.1
Desctiption: User defined unit that specifies the converted value.
Output – State
Name: outState
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.3.1.1.1.1
Desctiption: Output state as a number 0 (off) or 1 (on).
Type
Name: inChType
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.4.1.1.1 až 3
5
Description: The type of this value. It can have one of the following values:
0  Not used.
1  Temperature.
2  Humidity.
3  Dew point.
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Status
Name: inChStatus
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.4.1.1.2.1 až 3
5
Description: The status of this value. It describes the current status of the measured value. It
can have one of the following values:
0  The value is valid and within the limits.
1  The value has not yet been measured.
2  The value is valid and exceeds the upper limit.
3  The value is valid and exceeds the lower limit.
4  The value is invalid – measurement error.
Measured value
Name: inChValue
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.4.1.1.3.1 až 3 5
Description: The measured value as an integer. To obtain the real value, divide by ten.
Unit
Name: inChUnits
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.34.1.4.1.1.4.1 až 3
5
Description: Unit of the value. May contain one of the following values:
0  degrees Celsius.
1  degrees Fahrenheit.
2  degrees Kelvin.
3  percentage (humidity)
SNMP objects – general
The following two objects relate to the entire device.
Device name
Name: deviceName
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.31.1.1.1.0
Description: User-defined device name.
Alarm text
Name: psAlarmString
Object ID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.18248.31.1.1.2.0
Description: Text of the alarm message sent when a threshold is exceeded.
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The ID of the objects shows the values from sensors A and B arranged one after another. First A, then B.
The values are arranged in the order of temperature, humidity, dew point, i.e. there are 2 or 6 objects.
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Traps
Trap 1 – Value is outside the limits
The trap contains the measured value and the limit that was exceeded.
The trap is only sent when one of the limits has been exceeded. The trap can only be delivered
to a properly configured IP address of a PC with the SNMP manager.
Trap 2 – Current measured values
The trap contains all current values as well as the name of the device set by the user.
The trap is sent only if a non-zero frequency of sending has been set.
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MODBUS TCP
For the initial configuration of the address, etc. it is recommended to use, for example, the
ModbusConfigurator program, which can be downloaded here:
http://www.papouch.com/cz/website/mainmenu/software/modbus-configurator/
Output
Output state reading
To acces these values, use Read Coils function.
Address
Access
Function
read
0x01
Name
Output 1state
0
0 = output is off
1 = output is on
Setting output state
To acces these values, use Write Single Coil or Write Multiple Coils function.
Address
0
Access
Function
write
0x05
0x0F
Name
Output 1 state
0 = output is off
1 = output is on
Input state read
To access these values use Read Discrete Inputs function.
Address
Access
Function
read
0x02
Name
Inputs 1 and 2 states
0–1
0 = Input is off
1 = Input is on
Couters
Read counters states
To access these values use Read Holding Register function.
Address
Access
Function
Name
Counter 1
Function
0
read
0x03
1, 2
read
0x03
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Operation mode as one of these numbers:
0 = not used (turned off in configuration)
1 = counts leading edges
2 = counts falling edges
3 = counts both edges
Date and time
Date and time in format according to the NTP.
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Address
Access
Function
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Name
Counter value as a whole number
3, 4
read
0x03
Following register and number of decimals has to be applied to the value
to get the converted couter value.
Number of decimals
5
read
0x03
6, 7
read
0x03
Number of decimals as a whole number. This number of decimals has to
be applied to the previous value to get the converted couter value.
Counter state as a decimal number
State of the counter as a decimal number (32 bit float - IEEE 754).
Counter 2
from 100
Counter 2 values.
Counter state setting
To acces these values use Write Multiple Registers function.
Address
Access
Function
3, 4
write
0x10
6, 7
write
0x10
Name
Counter 1
Counter value as a whole number
Enter counter value as a whole number. Number of decimals will be taken
from the decimal settings from WEB configuration.
Counter value as a decimal number
Enter value as a decimal number (32 bit float - IEEE 754).
Value subtraction – as a whole number
8, 9
write
0x10
Enter counter value as a whole number. This number wil be subtracted
Chyba! Záložka není definována.
from the current counter state.
Number of
decimals will be taken from the decimal settings from WEB configuration.
Value subtraction – as a decimal number
10, 11
write
0x10
Enter value as a decimal number (32 bit float - IEEE 754).This number wil
Chyba! Záložka není definována.
be subtracted from the current counter state.
Counter 2
From 103
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Sensor
To acces these values use Read Input Register function.
Address
Access
Function
Name
Sensor 1 – head
Status
0
read
0x04
1, 2
read
0x04
Contains the status of the sensor. Possible values:
0 = this sensor is not used (set to Not Connected in the configuration)
1 = this sensor is used for measuring
Date and time
Date and time of the device in the format of NTP.
Sensor 1 – the first parameter (temperature)
Status of the measured values
10
read
0x04
11
read
0x04
12
read
0x04
13
read
0x04
Status of the measured values. Options:
0 = the measured value is within the measuring range
2 = exceeded upper limit of the measuring range (overflow)
3 = exceeded lower limit of the measuring range (underflow)
4 = the measured value is invalid
Value in the form of signed integer
Value in the float format
The upper two bytes.
Value in the float format
The lower two bytes.
Unit
14
read
0x04
The unit in which information is stored in the previous registries.
0 = °C, or % for humidity
1 = °F
2=K
Sensor 1 – the second parameter (humidity)
20 to 24
Sensor 1 – the third parameter (dew point)
30 to 34
Sensor 2
from 100
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SPINEL
The device contains the standard Spinel protocol (format 97) for communication via the TCP
data channel. Spinel Terminal has been designed for comfortable communication via Spinel.
fig. 18 - communication with the device using the Spinel Terminal program
Summary of implemented instructions:
Temperature reading
This instruction reads the current measured values. The values are converted to the currently
selected temperature unit. The measured values are returned as a sign integer, as a value in
the float format and as an ASCII string.
Request:
Instruction code: 58H
Parameters: (sensor)
sensor
Sensor No.
length: 1 byte
The number of the sensor to be read. It is possible to choose 01H (sensor a) or 02H (sensor b).
Response:
Acknowledgement code: ACK 00H
Parameters: {(sensor1)(variable1)(type1)(status1)(unit1)(unita1)(value1)} {…}
sensor
Sensor No.
length: 1 byte
This bytes indicates the sensor number and applies to all subsequent bytes until the next chn byte.
This means that the following bytes belong to the channel with that number. It is numbered from 01H.
variable
Variable No.
length: 1 byte
The number of the variable from the given sensor. Numbered from 01H.
type
Variable type
length: 1 byte
The type of the variable can have one of the following values:
00H .......... not defined
01H .......... temperature
02H .......... humidity
03H .......... dew point
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Status of the measured value
length: 1 byte
The status of the measured value for the channel with the number given in the previous chn.
bit 0 (LSb)
bit 1
bit 2
bit 3
bit 7 (MSb)
unit
0 = the lower limit of the monitored range was not exceeded
1 = the lower limit of the monitored range was exceeded
0 = the upper limit of the monitored range was not exceeded
1 = the upper limit of the monitored range was exceeded
0 = the lower limit of the measuring range was not exceeded
1 = the lower limit of the measuring range was exceeded
0 = the upper limit of the measuring range was not exceeded
1 = the upper limit of the measuring range was exceeded
0 = the measured value is invalid
1 = the measured value is valid
Unit
length: 1 byte
Unit code: 0 for °C, 1 for °F or 2 Kelvin.
unita
Unit in ASCII string
length: 10 bytes
Unit Code as a right-aligned ASCII string. For example °C, °F, etc.
value
Measured value
length: 16 bytes
The measured value from the channel with the number given in the chn byte.
The values are sent simultaneously in three different formats. The first is a 16bit sign value (integer in
the form of MSB:LSB), followed by two values converted for the current range based on the current
setup: in the 32 bit float format according to IEEE 7546 and in the ASCII format. The values are given
in the aforementioned order.
Example:
The value of 9215.85 is expressed as follows:
0AH,58H,46H,0FH,FFH,66H,20H,20H,20H,39H,32H,31H,35H,2EH,38H,35H
INT part: 0AH,58H (2648)
IEEE 754 part: 46H,0FH,FFH,66H
ASCII part: 20H,20H,20H,39H,32H,31H,35H,2EH,38H,35H ( 9215.85)
Examples:
Request – read channel 1:
2AH,61H,00H,06H,31H,02H,58H,01H,E2H,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,1AH,31H,02H,00H,01H,01H,01H,80H,00H,00H,EEH,41H,BEH,D6H,C3H,20H
,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,32H,33H,2EH,38H,93H,0DH
The value measured on channel 1 was 21,74.
Channel number: 01H
Variable number: 01H
Variable type: 01H
Value status: 80H
Unit: 00H
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INT part: 00H,EEH (5434)
IEEE 754 part: 41H,BEH,D6H,C3H
ASCII part: 20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,00H,32H,33H,2EH,38H (21.74)
Read input states
Reads current inputs states.
Request:
Instruction code: 31H
Response:
Acknowledge code: ACK 00H
Parameters: (state)
state
Inbut states in bits
length: 1 byte
Bit oriented byte containing Input states where lowest bit (LSb) represents IN1 state, second lowest
bit IN2 state.
Examples:
Request:
2AH,61H,00H,05H,FEH,02H,31H,3EH,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,06H,31H,02H,00H,02H,39H,0DH
Read output state
Reads corrent output states.
Request:
Instruction code: 30H
Response:
Acknowledge code: ACK 00H
Parameters: (state)
state
Output state
length: 1 byte
00H = output off
01H = output on
Examples:
Request:
2AH,61H,00H,05H,FEH,02H,30H,3FH,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,06H,31H,02H,00H,01H,3AH,0DH
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Output settings
Sets output relay to the requested state.
Request:
Instruction code: 20H
Parameters: (state)
State
Output state
length: 1 byte
01H = off
81H = on
Response:
Acknowledge code: ACK 00H
Examples:
Request:
2AH,61H,00H,06H,FEH,02H,20H,81H,CDH,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,05H,31H,31H,00H,0DH,0DH
Reading counters
Instrukce reads one or more counters.
Request:
Instruction code: 60H
Parameters: (counter)
counter
Sensor number
length: 1 byte
Counter number to read. Enter value 00H for all counters or numbers from 01H to 05H for individual
counters.
Response:
Acknowledge code: ACK 00H
Parameters: {[channel][value][status][int][float][str][unit][decimals][rawint][rawstr]} {…}
channel
Input number
id: 00H
length: 1 byte
Input number from 1 to 5.
value
Current input state
id: 01H
length: 1 byte
Current input state as a value 00H (off) or 01H (on).
status
Counter operation mode
id: 02H
length: 1 byte
Can contain these operation mode codes:
00H … no actions
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id: 03H
int
Counter value as a whole number
length: 4 bytes
Counter number after conversion as a whole number. (Real value can be obtained by getting the
number of deicmals. Number of decimals is stored in decimals parameter.)
id: 04H
float
Counter value as a decimal number
length: 4 bytes
Counter value as a decimal number after conversion (32 bit float - IEEE 754).
id: 05H
str
Counter value as a string
length: 10 bytes
Counter value as a string. Decimal separator is a dot. String is right-aligned.
unit
Unit
id: 06H
length: 10 bytes
User defined unit. String is right-aligned
decimals
Number of decimals
id: 07H
length: 1 byte
Number of decimals to convert the real value by and view it.
rawint
Raw value as a whole number
id: 08H
length: 4 bytes
Counter value before conversion as s whole number. (Real value can be obtained by getting the
number of deicmals. Number of decimals is stored in decimals parameter.)
rawstr
Raw value as a string
id: 09H
length: 10 bytes
Hodnota čítače bez přepočtu jako řetězec. Jako oddělovač desetinných míst je použita tečka.
Řetězec je zarovnaný vpravo.
Examples:
Request – read channel 1:
2AH,61H,00H,06H,FEH,01H,60H,01H,0EH,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,3DH,31H,01H,00H,
00H,01H,
01H,00H,
02H,00H,
03H,00H,00H,00H,D2H,
04H,43H,52H,00H,00H,
05H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,32H,31H,30H,
06H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,C2H,B0H,43H,
07H,00H,
08H,00H,00H,00H,D2H,
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- counter number: 0
- input state: 0
- counter state
- counter value as a whole number
- counter state as a decimal
- counter state as a string
- unit as a string
- number of deicmals
- raw value as a whole number
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23H,0DH
- raw value as a string
Setting or subtracting c ounter value
Instruction sets given counter or subtracts a value from its current value.
Request:
Instruction code: 65H
Parameters: {[channel][operation][status][int][float][str][unit][decimals][rawint][rawstr]} {…}
id: 00H
channel
Input number
length: 1 byte
Input number as 1 to 2.
id: 01H
operation
Operation type
length: 1 byte
Operation to performa is subtraction (01H) or setting (02H).
int
Value as a whole number
id: 02H
length: 4 bytes
Value to set/subtract as a whole number.
id: 03H
str
Value as a string
length: 10 bytes
Value to set/subtract as a string. Decimal separator is a dot. String is right-aligned.
float
Value as a decimal number
id: 04H
length: 4 bytes
Value as a decimal number (32 bit float - IEEE 754).
Response:
Acknowledge code: ACK 00H
Reading of name and version
Reads the name of the device, software version and the list of possible communication formats.
Set by the manufacturer.
Request:
Instruction code: F3H
Response:
Acknowledgement code: ACK 00H
Parameters: (string)
string
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length: 1 byte
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Papago 1TH 2DI 1DO ETH; v1075.01.03; f97
In addition to the information described above, the string can also contain other information in
sections introduced by a semicolon, space and a small letter to determine which information follows.
Examples:
Request:
2AH,61H,00H,05H,31H,02H,F3H,49H,0DH
Response:
2AH,61H,00H,2DH,31H,02H,00H,50H,61H,70H,61H,67H,6FH,20H,31H,54H,48H,20H,32H
,44H,49H,20H,31H,44H,4FH,20H,45H,54H,48H,3BH,20H,76H,31H,30H,37H,35H,2H,30H
,31H,2EH,30H,33H,3BH,20H,66H,39H,37H,1CH,0DH
Reading of manufacturing data
This instruction reads the manufacturing data of the device.
Request:
Instruction code: FAH
Response:
Acknowledgement code: ACK 00H
Parameters: (product_number)(serial_number)(other)
product_number
length: 2 bytes
Product number. For a device number 0227.00.03/0001 this number is 227.
serial_number
length: 2 bytes
Serial number. For a device number 0227.00.03/0001 this number is 1.
other
length: 4 bytes
Other manufacturing information.
Examples:
Request:
2AH,61H,00H,05H,FEH,02H,FAH,75H,0DH
Automatic message
This response is generated when the preset limits are exceeded or when the measured value
exceeds the physical range of the sensor. The message may contain information about one or
more channels.
Acknowledgement code: ACK 0FH
Parameters: [event][time] {[sensor][variable][type][status][unit][unitA][value]} {…}
event
Number of the event source
length: 1 byte
This byte specifies the event source. It can be used to distinguish the automatic message sent when
the limits or measuring range are exceeded from other automated messages from the device.
The value of this byte is 30H.
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time
time of the event
length: 19 bytes
Time of the event as a string in the format mm/dd/yyyy hh:mm:ss
length: 1 byte
sensor
sensor number
The serial number of the sensor the following bytes belong to. Numbering starts from 01H.
variable
variable number
length: 1 byte
The serial number of a variable from one sensor, used to distinguishing between different variables
obtained from one sensor, if the sensor provides more than one. Numbering starts from 01H.
length: 1 byte
type
variable type
The type of the variable can have one of the following values:
00H ...........not defined
01H ...........temperature
02H ...........humidity
03H ...........dew point
status
Status of the measured value
length: 1 byte
0000 = the measured value is within the measuring range
0001 = the lower limit of the monitored range was exceeded
bits 0 to 3
(lower nibble)
0010 = the upper limit of the monitored range was exceeded
0100 = the lower limit of the physical range of the A/D converter was exceeded
1000 = the upper limit of the physical range of the A/D converter was exceeded
bit 7 (MSb)
0 = the measured value is invalid
1 = the measured value is valid
unit
unit ID
length: 1 byte
The numerical designation of the unit:
00H ...........°C
01H ...........°F
02H ...........K
unitA
unit as a string
length: 10 bytes
A right-aligned string designating the selected unit. For example "°C"
value
measured value
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The values are sent simultaneously in three different formats. The first is a 16bit sign value (integer in
the form of MSB:LSB), followed by two values converted for the current range based on the current
setup: in the 32 bit float format according to IEEE 7547 and in the ASCII format. The values are given
in the aforementioned order.
Example:
The value of 9215.85 is expressed as follows:
0AH,58H,46H,0FH,FFH,66H,20H,20H,20H,39H,32H,31H,35H,2EH,38H,35H
INT part: 0AH,58H (2648)
IEEE 754 part: 46H,0FH,FFH,66H
ASCII part: 20H,20H,20H,39H,32H,31H,35H,2EH,38H,35H ( 9215.85)
Example:
Automatic response:
2AH,61H,00H,57H,31H,04H,0FH,58H,31H,31H,2FH,32H,35H,2FH,32H,30H,31H,34H,20H
,31H,34H,3AH,30H,37H,3AH,33H,32H,01H,01H,01H,81H,00H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20
H,20H,20H,B0H,43H,00H,BDH,41H,97H,79H,6BH,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,31H,38H,2
EH,39H,02H,01H,01H,82H,00H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,B0H,43H,0CH,95H,
43H,A1H,0EH,49H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,33H,32H,32H,2EH,31H,63H,0DH
Automatic information about exceeding the lower limit on channel 1 and the upper limit on channel 2.
The meaning of the values sent for channel 1:
Instruction No,: 58H
ASCII time: 31H,31H,2FH,32H,35H,2FH,32H,30H,31H,34H,20H,31H,34H,3AH,30H,37H,3AH,33H,32H
Channel No.: 01H
Variable No.: 01H
Variable type: 01H
Value status: 81H
Units numerically: 00H
Units in ASCII: 20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,B0H,43H
Current value:
In the form of INT: 00H,BDH
In the form of float: 41H,97H,79H,6BH
In the form of ASCII: 20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,20H,31H,3BH,2EH,39H
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INDICATIONS
Two LEDs integrated in the Ethernet connector:
Yellow – LINK: is lit when the device is connected by cable to a switch or PC.
Green – ACT: indicates communication over the Ethernet.
Two LEDs to the left under the Ethernet connector:
Yellow (right): is lit when the connection is established via Spinel or Modbus.
Red-green (left):
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the green light is lit and the red light flashes
when the device is working properly and is
connected to at least one sensor
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the green and red LEDs are lit when the
device works, but is not connected to any
sensor
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the red LED is lit to indicate an error
Papago with WiFi connection:
Yellow-blue (right):
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Yellow lights up if Spinel or ModBus connection is established.
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Blue lights up when the Papago is connected to a WiFi network.
Red-Green (left):
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Green lights up and red flashes if the device
is OK and at least one sensor is connected.
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Greend and Red light up when the device is
OK but no sensor is connected.
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Red lights up in case of device fault
RESET
Follow the instructions below to restore the default configuration set by the manufacturer. Unlike
when the reset is performed via the web interface or using the Telnet protocol (see page 22),
the IP address is also reset to the default value of 192.168.1.254.
1) Disconnect the device from the power supply.
2) Press the button located in a small hole on the
right side under the Ethernet connector.
3) Turn on the power and wait for about 10 seconds
until the yellow light below the Ethernet
connector flashes 4 times.
4) Release the button.
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TECHNICAL PARAMETERS
Combined humidity and temperature sensor
Important Notice: Polymer sensor is a highly sensitive element that reacts with chemicals. Do
not expose even the outer shell of the sensor to chemicals or thier vapors (cleaning with
alcohol, petrol etc.). Especially organic solvents and compounds can negatively affect the
sensor accuracy by as tens of percents RH.
Degree of protection...................................... IP 54
Dimensions ................................................... aluminium block ‒ 40 × 16 × 10 mm
Housing material ........................................... hardened alloy
Humidity sensor
Measuring range ........................................... 0 % to 100 % RH 8
Increment ...................................................... 1% RH
Accuracy ....................................................... see fig. 19
Repeatability ................................................. ± 0.1 % RH
Thermal stability ............................................ typically 0.5 % RH a year
Measuring element ....................................... polymer sensor
Mechanical design of the sensor ................... under a plastic grid on the top of the device
fig. 19 – humidity measurement accuracy
Temperature sensor
Measuring range ........................................... -40.0 °C to +123.8 °C 8
Increment ...................................................... 0.1 °C
Repeatability ................................................. ± 0.1 °C
Accuracy ....................................................... see fig. 20
Measuring element ....................................... semiconductor sensor
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See Working and maximum range of values on page 35!
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Mechanical design of the sensor ...................under a plastic grid on the top of the device
fig. 20 – temperature measurement accuracy
Working and maximum range of values
fig. 21 – working and maximum range of the sensor values
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The sensor operates consistently within the range of standard values (see fig. 21). Longterm exposure to any conditions outside this range (especially humidity above 80%) may
temporarily shift the measured humidity values (+3% for 60 hours). After returning to the
normal range, the sensor slowly returns to the factory set calibration.9
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Prolonged exposure to extreme conditions or aggressive chemical vapours can cause
premature aging of the sensor and a shift of the measured values.
Standalone temperature sensor
Sensor type ...................................................semiconductor
Measuring temperature range .......................-55 °C to +125 °C
Accuracy ........................................................0.5 °C in the range of -10 °C to +85 °C
Temperature drift ...........................................0.2 °C per 1000 hours at 125 °C
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The process of returning to the original calibration can be accelerated by the following procedure:
1) For 10 hours, keep the sensor in an environment with temperature of 100-105°C and humidity of 5%.
2) For 12 hours, keep the sensor in an environment with temperature of 20-30°C and humidity of 75%.
(Humidity of 75% can be achieved, for example, with a saturated NaCl solution.)
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Dimensions ................................................... normalized diameter 6 mm, length 60 mm
Housing material ........................................... hardened alloy
Degree of protection...................................... IP68 (permanent immersion into 1m max.)
Sensor cable
Cable jacket .................................................. silicone rubber, blue
Wire insulation .............................................. FEP polymer
Length ........................................................... standard 3 m (optionally up to 20 meters)
Measuring temperature range ....................... -60 °C to +200 °C
Maximum allowable temperature .................. +220 °C
Cable diameter .............................................. 4.3 mm (±0.1 mm)
The cable shows excellent resistance to moisture, chemicals and carbohydrates.
Other parameters
Inputs
Type .............................................................. for contact or TTL levels
Number of inputs ........................................... 2
Input contact on current ................................ 2 mA
Operating voltage .......................................... 5 V
Mximum sampling frequency ........................ 1 kHz
Connector ..................................................... slip-on terminal
Output
Type .............................................................. Realy contact, single pole, double throw (SPDT)
Maximální AC voltage ................................... 50 V
Maximální DC voltage ................................... 85 V
Maximální current ......................................... 2 A
Maximální power for resistive load ................ 62.5 VA / 60 W
Varistor protection ......................................... UAC = 60 V; EMAX = 5 J; C = 0.64 nF
Conector ....................................................... slip-on terminal
Ethernet interface
Connection .................................................... TBase 10/100 Ethernet
Connector ..................................................... RJ45
GET encryption ............................................. 128 bit AES; Rijndael; CFB method
WiFi interface
Type ................ IEEE 802.11 b/g and IEEE 802.11n (single stream), IEEE 802.11 d/h/i/j/k/w/r
Operating frequency...................................... 2.4 GHz
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Antenna connector ........................................SMA RP
Clock circuit and internal memory
Clock backup method (RTC) .........................capacitor (not replaceable by the user)
RTC backup time after power outage ............5 days
(if the device was previously connected to a power source
for at least three hours without interruption)
Device electronics
PoE power supply ..........................................according to IEEE 802.3af
Power supply from an external source ..........11 to 58 V DC (with reverse polarity protection)
Current consumption from ext. source at 15 V ...typically 120 mA
Current consumption from ext. source at 24 V ...typically 72 mA
Current consumption from PoE .....................typically 32 mA
Consumption .................................................typically 1.8 W
Power supply connector ................................coaxial 3.8 × 1.3 mm; + inside
Operating temperature range ........................-20 to +70 °C
Dimensions (without connectors) ...................88 × 70 × 25 mm
Housing material............................................anodized aluminium
Degree of protection ......................................IP 30
Other parameters
Weight ...........................................................typically 130 g
Default settings of the Ethernet
IP address .....................................................192.168.1.254
Netmask ........................................................255.255.255.0 (8 bits; mask C)
IP address of the gateway .............................0.0.0.0
Available designs
Mountable on 35 mm DIN rail ........................optional accessory
fig. 22 – Papago 2TH ETH with DIN rail holder
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any other requirements
concerning the design and functions of PAPAGO TH 2DI DO.
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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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