Stylitis-10_B User Manual

Stylitis-10_B User Manual
STYLITIS-10
USER’S MANUAL
0508
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Eighth edition in English. May 2014.
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CONVENTIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL
Symbol
Meaning
To avoid injury of personnel and/or damage
to the instrument, the operator must refer to
the user’s manual.
CAUTION
Calls attention to a procedure or condition
which, if not correctly performed could result
in damage to the instrument.
N. Hadzidakis – T. Katsabakou Co.
1, Antikythiron Street
15344 Gerakas, Greece
MANUFACTURERS DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment specified conforms
to the below Directives and Standards.
Standards to which Conformity is Declared
EMC Emmisions: ΕΝ55022, EN61000-4-3
EMC Immunity: EN61000-4-2, EN61000-4-4, EN61000-4-5, EN61000-4-6
Safety: EN61010-1
Description of Equipment:
Data recording and logging instruments.
Model
Stylitis-10
Batch of product covered
Serial numbers:
037Α0146 to 037Α0241,
041A0242 to 041A0xxx
Date and Place
Gerakas, Greece, 28th May 2014
Authorized signatory on behalf of the manufacturer
Nick Hadzidakis
Theoni Katsabakou
Title: Owners and Directors, Symmetron
N. Hadjidakis-T. Katsabakou Co.
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CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................. 6
2. OPERATION AND SAFETY ......................................................... 10
3. USER INTERFACE AND OPERATIONS REVIEW....................... 11
4. POWER SUPPLY.......................................................................... 14
5. MEASUREMENTS ........................................................................ 15
6. SENSOR SUPPLY OUTPUT ........................................................ 15
7. CHANNELS................................................................................... 16
8. PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL OUTPUTS ...................................... 21
9. DATA PROCESSING AND STORAGE ........................................ 22
10. DATA RECORDING .................................................................... 22
11. DATA RETRIEVAL ..................................................................... 23
12. DATA SAFETY ........................................................................... 24
13. PASSWORD ............................................................................... 24
14. COMMUNICATION SERIAL PORTS .......................................... 25
15. INTERNAL ETHERNET .............................................................. 26
16. INTERNAL GSM/GPRS MODEM: GSM DATA CALLS ............. 28
17. INTERNAL GSM/GPRS MODEM: GPRS CONNECTIONS ........ 29
18. MESSAGES (SMS AND EMAIL) ................................................ 32
19. OPTON 4 SOFTWARE ............................................................... 34
20. GPS MODULE ............................................................................ 36
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21. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS ............................................. 37
APPENDIX A
CONNECTION EXAMPLES ................................. 39
APPENDIX B
DATA LOGGER SETTINGS ................................ 41
APPENDIX C CALCULATION OF WIND TURBINE ENERGY
PRODUCTION FROM WIND SPEED ............................................... 42
APPENDIX D
COMMANDS ................................ 43
APPENDIX E GPRS PARAMETERS FOR PROVIDERS IN
GREECE
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1. INTRODUCTION
The model Stylitis-10 data logger is a versatile, low cost and
user friendly device for technical measurements, control and data
storage. It provides:

A local user interface with 2 line - LCD display and 4 keybuttons.

Standard connection for most widely used transducers, like
thermometers, anemometers, wind direction vanes,
pyranometers, switches, etc.

User selectable time interval for average calculations.

Internal flash memory 4 Mbyte for data storage

Digital outputs that may be programmed to switch ON or OFF
external relays, LEDs, etc. The outputs may be set to respond
to combinations of input channels’ values.

Programming, control and data downloading through RS232,
modem, internal or external GSM/GPRS modem, Ethernet.
Sampling and storage continues unaffected while
communicating with the user.
WORKING WITH STYLITIS
Stylitis family data loggers operate in different ways according
to your application. (see fig.2):
1. As an autonomous unit with off-line data
downloading. The data logger samples the input signals
and keeps the average values for each interval in the
internal 2MB flash memory. The stored files are
downloadable via the serial port. The connection between
data logger and the PC may be via a direct link, via a
modem (PSTN or GSM) or via the Ethernet network
(LAN). The unit accepts an optional internal GSM modem
or Ethernet server (in this case the ‘COMMUNICATION’
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serial port is disabled). The PC must be equipped with an
RS232 COM port, a modem or a network card
respectively. The data logger is accompanied by Opton,
the software required for programming, inspecting, data
downloading, and decompression. Data files are arranged
in ASCII text files.
2. Real Time Measurements. On line data reading with
appropriate user software, for storing and manipulation in
a PC. The connection between data logger and the PC is
as described above.
This manual includes detailed operation description.
Technical support is available by phone: +30- 210-6034002, or email:
[email protected]
and at: www.symmetron.gr
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Fig 1: General Diagram
LC Display
Li Bat
Real Time
Clock
RS232
ADC
Internal
Supplies
Int. Bat.
Counter
Circuit
CPU
Keyboard
REG
1 counter input:
CH1 or digital
output
+2.5V
Reference
Input / Output Protection
Flash memory
4 MB
1 channel (ch8)
configurable as:
counter input (only
TTL level), voltage
or current input,
digital input or
digital output
1 precision
+2.5V output
1 precision
0.5mA output
6~15VDC
Ext. Bat.
8
6 channels (ch2~7)
configurable as:
voltage or current
inputs, digital inputs
or digital outputs
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Fig.
Stylitis-10
PC
2: Operation
Sensor 1
Use wire (up to 15 m) for
setup and data downloading.
RS-232
port
Sensor 2
RS-232 Port
Internal flash Memory
Use a modem for setup and
data downloading.
Sensor n
Wired
modem
Wireless
(GSM)
modem
Base
station
M
odeSE
TUP
m
Use local network for setup and
data downloading.
Network
card
10BaseT
Serial
server
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2. OPERATION AND SAFETY
EXTERNAL DESCRIPTION.
Front View
2 line-LCD-display
CAUTION
Do not:
- destroy
- overheat
- short-circuit
- charge
dry cells.
If the instrument will
not be used for a
long time, remove
the dry cells.
Keyboard
Input/Output connectors
RS232 port, D9Μ to
be connected with
modem or PC
RS232 port,
peripheral for
general input/output
use.
Back panel:
1 battery case PP3
(9V). Use of alkaline
batteries is advised.
FUSE REPLACEMENT.
CAUTION
The fuse used must
of the specified
raAcq
On/Off
The instrument uses a 1 A power supply fuse, which must be
replaced if blown (supply voltage out of limits). It can be found on
the printed circuit board, after removing the 4 screws that hold the
back panel in place.
Make sure you have removed the external supply and cells before
attempting the replacement.
shortcircuit
the fuse
holder.
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3. USER INTERFACE AND OPERATIONS REVIEW
The display and keyboard may be used to:


To see the current status and time.
To check the battery.

To check the amount of free memory.

To check the current input data values.

To check the modem signal.

To check the input setup.

To start or stop data storing (ACQuisition OFF/ON).

To activate or deactivate the internal server (internal
GSM/GRPS modem or internal Ethernet module, if there are
any)

To type the service code, to deactivate outputs and alarms for
the data logger’s service.
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MENU STRUCTURE
NOTES:
1. The parameter setting is done
through serial port and is
permitted only if ACQUISITION is
OFF.
2. From local interface only system
inspection is possible and the
change of ACQUISITION status
(ON/OFF).
3. Channel types are explained in the
table in next page.
KEYS
MENU
Go to next menu
SELECT
Accept change and go to next menu
>
Go to next sub-menu
^
Change setting
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Channel
type
C
Channel
Input signal
Operation
1
SIN
C
1,8
TTL
E
1
SIN
E
1,8
TTL
A
2,3,4,5,6,7,8
VOLTAGE
A
2,3,4,5,6,7,8
CURRENT
V
5,6,7
T
2,3,4,5,6,7,8
I
2,3,4,5,6,7,8
O
1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
DIGITAL
BUS
10~19
(connected to
PERIPHERAL
port)
Measures the number of sinusoidal
periods per second and applies the
formula: [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x +
Offset]. Stores the average for each
interval.
Measures the number of TTL pulses
per second and applies the formula:
[Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
Stores the average for each interval.
Measures and stores the number of
sinusoidal periods inside interval
and applies the formula:
[Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset]
(Event counting)
Measures and stores the number of
TTL pulses inside interval and
applies the formula:
[Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset]
(Event counting)
Measures analog voltage per
second. Applies the formula:
[Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
Stores the average for each interval.
Measures analog current per second.
Applies the formula: [Slope2 * x2 +
Slope * x + Offset]. Stores the
average for each interval.
Measures wind direction (vane).
Measures the ratio: (Input
voltage)/(Pulsed Out Voltage) per
second, adds offset and converts to
degrees. Calculates and stores
vector direction average for each
interval.
Temperature sensor PT100 or
PT1000. Measures analog voltage
per second and applies conversion
formula for PT100 or PT1000. Stores
averages for each interval.
Measures the digital input state (TTL
0/1) every second. Stores sum of
input states for each interval.
Digital output (open-drain)
according to user defined conditions.
If the data logger’s PERIPHERAL port
is upgraded for digital bus sensors,
MODBUS RTU (RS-485) or SDI-12,
register values are measured once
every interval.
SERVICE CODE
While in the first menu (‘STATUS’), press ‘^’. In the LCD screen,
the ‘SERVICE PASSWORD?’ message will appear. This password
consists of 6 digits, between 1 and 4. To type it, use the data
logger’s buttons, with the following correspondence: press
‘MENU’ for 1, ‘SELECT’ for 2, ‘>’ for 3 and ‘^’ for 4.
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When you type the correct code, the ‘SERVICE’ message will blink
in the right bottom part of the ‘STATUS’ menu. In this state, the
data logger deactivates its digital outputs (see 8.PROGRAMMABLE
DIGITAL OUTPUTS), if you have selected any in the data logger’s
setup via Opton software (see 19. SOFTWARE), via the Read Setup
and Write Setup commands. Therefore, since the digital outputs
are deactivated, the Alarm SMSs are also deactivated (see 18.
MESSAGES (SMS and EMAIL)). This function is useful for the data
logger’s service, if eg a sensor needs to be temporarily
disconnected. This way, the data logger will not be busy sending
an SMS or an alarm which is connected to a digital output will not
ring, in case the corresponding conditions are satisfied.
The data logger exits this state if you press again ‘^’ while in the
‘STATUS’ menu. It will request the code again. Type any code, and
the data logger will exit this state (the ‘SERVICE’ message will
cease to blink in the ‘STATUS’ menu). In this case (to exit the
service state), the ERROR message is of no importance.
You can set this code by connecting with the data logger via Opton
and selecting the command ‘Set Service Code’.
Finally, you can enter SERVICE remotely via Opton software as
well (but you cannot enter SERVICE mode), in case the data logger
was left in SERVICE mode by mistake.
4. POWER SUPPLY
There are 3 modes of operation:
 ENERGY SAVING MODE
This is the default mode. The system is in an idle condition, which is
interrupted by the system clock every second, in order to take the input
sampling, perform any calculation and store the data in memory. During this
low consumption mode the display is off.
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 COMMUNICATION MODE
By pressing any button or upon receiving a character from the
COMMUNICATION serial port, the display is switched on and the serial
communication is activated. The unit is active and the power consumption
increases. The system returns automatically to energy save mode, 60 seconds
after the last pressing of a button or 60 seconds after the last character
received from the serial port.
 CONTINUOUS OPERATION MODE
By issuing the appropriate serial command (CONTINUOUS OPERATION)
the data logger remains in COMMUNICATION MODE until another serial
command switches it back to ENERGY SAVE mode.
5. MEASUREMENTS
Stylitis-10 is capable of directly measuring voltage, current, frequency,
Connection
Examples:
pulses and RTD temperature and digital bus data (via MODBUS and SDI-
See Appendix A.
12 interfaces).
With the proper sensors it can measure:
 Solar radiation, humidity, pressure.
 Wind speed, wind direction. It connects with many types of anemometers
and vane sensors.
 Rain height, water speed, water depth, etc
 Electrical energy measuring pulses
 Via MODBUS interface: AC voltage, current and power
The analog and counter sensors must output Voltage (from 0~125mV to
0~2.5V full-scale), current (from 0~5mA to 0~50mA full-scale), or a frequency
signal (0~5 kHz).
6. SENSOR SUPPLY OUTPUT
CAUTION
Do not apply Voltage
to device’s output.
For voltage sensor supply, the + PULSED OUT may be used. It can
supply 2.5V at up to 25 milliamps, with 0.2% accuracy.
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For current sensor supply, the + AUX output may be used. It can supply
0.5mA, with 0.3% accuracy.
In Energy Save mode both these outputs are pulsed in order to save battery
power. They are always ON in Continuous Operation mode.
7. CHANNELS
A. CHANNELS 1~9
 DIGITAL INPUTS: CH2~CH8
The channel is connected to a digital signal. Stylitis samples the value (0
or 1) of the digital signal every second. The samples are summed up
during selected interval and stored in memory.
 DIGITAL OUTPUTS: CH1~CH8
Any channel may be used as a digital programmable output, which is
driven low (0) for user-programmable combinations of input channels’
values. When low, the output can drive a small relay (For more
information, refer to CHAPTER 19 of Stylitis-10 installation guide.)

ANALOG INPUTS: CH2~CH8
Stylitis-10 has a 7-channel Analog to Digital Converter (for CH2~CH8),
with 13 bit-resolution plus sign and 0~+2.5V input range. Channel 8 can
also be selected as a counter input of 16 bits (see below).
In addition there is a programmable input amplifier for the following full
scale input ranges:
CAUTION
Do not apply
Voltage exceeding
the limit of (20V
to system’s Inputs
Voltage: 0~2.5V, 0~1.25V, 0~625mV, 0~500mV, 0~312,5mV,
0~250mV, 0~156.25mV, 0~125mV.
Current: 0~50mA, 0~25mA, 0~20mA, 0~12.5mA, 0~10mA, 0~6.25mA,
0~5mA.
There are 6 basic options for each analog input channel:
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1. NOT USED. The channel is not stored.
2. VOLTAGE INPUT. A formula is applied to the measured value in order
to convert it to appropriate physical units. Three user-programmable
parameters, Slope2, Slope and Offset are applied to measured value
x:
Physical value = [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
3. DIFFERENTIAL VOLTAGE INPUT. A formula is applied to the measured
value in order to convert it to appropriate physical units. Three userprogrammable parameters, Slope2, Slope and Offset are applied to
measured value x:
Physical value = [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
4. CURRENT INPUT. A formula is applied to the measured value in order
to convert it to appropriate physical units. Three user-programmable
parameters, Slope2, Slope and Offset are applied to measured value
x:
Physical value = [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
5. VANE. Measures wind direction from potentiometric sensors. The
Voltage input 0V~2.5V is transformed to 0~360 degrees, with
resolution 2.8 degrees.
The vector averaging is needed for continuation from 360 deg. to 0
deg.
The offset (0~359 deg.) from north is user selectable.
E.g. if the vane alignment is 30 East the offset must be set 30, if the
vane alignment is 30 West the offset must be set 330 (=360-30).
6. RTD. Measures temperature with PT100 or PT1000 type sensors and
an external precision resistor. (see Appendix Α). A conversion formula
is applied internally.
 BATTERY INPUT: CH9
There are 2 options for the Battery channel:
CAUTION
Do not apply
Voltage exceeding
the limit of (20V
to system’s Inputs
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1. NOT USED. The channel is not stored.
2. SLOPE/OFFSET. A linear formula is applied to display battery voltage
with an accuracy of 5%. The Slope & Offset parameters have fixed
values.
 COUNTER INPUTS: CH1, CH8
There are 2 counter input channels of 16-bit (0-65535 counts), channels 1 and
8. Channel 8 can also be selected as an analog input (see above). There are 3
basic options:
1. NOT USED.
2. FREQUENCY COUNTER. A linear formula is applied. The input signal
type is selectable; it can be a low voltage AC sinusoidal signal
(SIN) or a pulsed positive signal (ΤΤL). Only channel 1 can be
selected as SIN. User programmable Slope2, Slope and Offset
parameters are applied to the measured input frequency x:
Physical value = [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
3. EVENT COUNTER. Counts-up the pulses during interval time period.
The input signal type is selectable; it can be a low voltage AC
sinusoidal signal (SIN) or a pulsed positive signal (ΤΤL). Only channel
1 can be selected as SIN.User programmable Slope2, Slope and Offset
parameters are applied to the measured number of pulses x:
Physical value = [Slope2 * x2 + Slope * x + Offset].
NOTES: There are two additional storing options for channels 1 and 8, (when
channel 8 is also selected as a counter channel).
1. If both channels are selected as event counters, one accumulator per
channel is updated as following: At each recording interval, the events
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recorded by each channel are multiplied with the corresponding Slope
and added to the corresponding accumulator. You can reset each
accumulator via Opton 4 software (see chapter 19.SOFTWARE), via the
‘Channel 1 Accumulator -> Reset’ and ‘Channel 8 Accumulator -> Reset’
commands, from the ‘Accumulator Status’ bar in the ‘Home’ tab.
This function is useful for measuring energy at a solar plant. Each
channel can measure the energy produced at an inverter’s output,
by connecting an energy meter, which measures events, and by typing
the appropriate Slope for the sensor. You can see the total energy
produced in each channel’s accumulator via Opton 4, with the Get
values from Logger command, from the ‘Accumulator Status’ bar in the
‘Home’ tab.
If you have a solar plant with multiple inverters, you may use both
channels to perform a test for the proper operation of your system. The
data logger can send you a PV alarm SMS if your system is
malfunctioning. (see Chapter 18. MESSAGES (SMS AND EMAIL)).
2. If channel 1 is selected as a Frequency counter of the appropriate type
(Sin or TTL) with the appropriate Slope and Offset to measure wind
speed, via an anemometer connected to the channel, you can view in
real-time the electrical energy produced by an equivalent small
wind turbine BEFORE it is installed, such as Viking 25, the rotor of
which is at the same height with the measuring anemometer. For more
information about this feature and how to activate it, go to APPENDIX
C.
B. DIGITAL BUS CHANNELS (MODBUS RTU and SDI-12)
If the data logger’s PERIPHERAL port is upgraded for digital bus sensors,
MODBUS RTU (RS-485) or SDI-12, register values are measured once every
interval. The digital bus sensors (up to 10, as many as the channels 10~19) are
connected to the data logger’s PERIPHERAL port, via the accompanying
adaptor. The digital bus channels’ perameters can be set via Opton software,
like the ones of the remaining channels. Such a channel can be selected as:
 MODBUS RTU
Only consecutive channels can be selected as MODBUS RTU, beginning
from the first one (ch10). The parameters to be set are the following:
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ADDRESS. The sensor’s address.
-
REGISTER. The register values to be measured. According to the
measurement, this may be the first of the many consecutive register
values which will be measured in the same channel.
-
REG. FORMAT. The register values’ format, eg 16-bit unsigned
integers or 32-bit signed integers.
-
REG. TYPE. The register values’ type. They can be read from the
sensor as they are, or with a certain scale, eg FIX1, if the value read
must be multiplied with 0.1.
-
REG. ORDER. The order of the bytes and words with which the values
read appear. Besides the classic order Big Endian (high byte first, high
word first), all combinations are available.
-
VALUES. The number of the consecutive register values which will be
measured in the same channel. This option has a meaning if these values
concern similar measurements (eg if 3 voltages, of the 3 phases, are
measured).
 SDI-12
Only consecutive channels can be selected as SDI-12, beginning from the
first one after the MODBUS RTU channels (if any are selected). The
parameters to be set are the following:
-
ADDRESS. The sensor’s address.
-
REGISTER. The register value to be measured (the available values
are 0~9). A value usually consists of many measurements, even
different ones (eg wind speed and direction).
-
VALUES. The number of measurements of a register value which will
be recorded in Stylitis-10’s file, beginning from the first one.
 NOT USED
The remaining (last) channels, after the MODBUS RTU and the SDI-12
ones, that are not used, remain NOT USED.
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8. PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL OUTPUTS
All channels (CH1-CH8) may be programmed as digital outputs.
The output state can be either set manually HIGH or LOW or set to get its value
automatically according to measured values of input channels:
For each individual output, up to 5 conditions may be defined. The conditions
are ORed, which means that it is enough to satisfy one or more conditions in
order to drive the specified output Low (0).
Each condition contains one or more requirements. The requirements are
ANDed, which means that all requirements in a condition must be satisfied to
satisfy this condition. A requirement utilizes the measurement result of any
specified input channel and compares it to user-programmed values using 4
operators: Above, Below, Between and Not Between.
In the example below, 3 conditions are set:
Ch8 will be driven low whenever Ch5’s value falls between 1.25 and 1.75.
Ch8 will be driven low whenever Ch2 falls outside the 3~5 zone.
Ch8 will also be driven low, if Ch1 is below 11 and, at the same time, Ch6 is
above 2.
Each of the 3 conditions can drive Ch8 low independently of the others.
However, the requirements in the last condition must be satisfied
simultaneously.
Ch8 Output
OR Condition
AND Ch5 is between 1,25 and 1,75
OR Condition
AND Ch2 is not between 3 and 5
OR Condition
AND Ch1 is below 11
AND Ch6 is above 2
When the digital output is LOW, the switch closes and the channel is shortcircuited to GROUND. In this state, it can drive a small relay. For more
information, refer to CHAPTER 19 of Stylitis-10 installation guide.
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9. DATA PROCESSING AND STORAGE
The statistical interval is user selectable from 1 second to 60 minutes. Inputs
are measured per second and their values are placed in temporary storage.
Math processing is selectable: Average values only or Average, Minimum and
Maximum values.
At the end of the time interval, the values are calculated and stored
simultaneously in the internal 4MB FLASH Memory and in the removable 2GB
SD Flash card (if one has been inserted).
NOTE: For Stylitis-10 F/W versions 3.40 or newer, the internal Flash memory
is cyclic, ie instead of getting full, it continues recording from the beginning,
overwriting older files. All files are be stored in the SD card.
For security reasons, stored files have a time mark, which appears in every
record and corresponds to the end of statistical interval time.
Stored data is organized in files, which are kept even without supply power.
For enhanced data safety each individual record is marked with its own time
stamp.
10. DATA RECORDING
During recording
 Upon selection of acquisition ON the following happen:
(acquisition on):
no change of
parameters is
permitted.
1. A new file is opened in the SD Flash (if one has been inserted) and
the internal Flash memory.
2. Recording starts according to user set parameters.
 Upon selection of acquisition OFF the following happen:
Only when
acquisition is off
1. Recording stops.
parameter
2. The file is closed in both memories.
change is
permitted.
 When downloading the current file during recording:
1. The file closes in both memories.
2. The download starts.
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3. The recording is continued in a new file.
 File downloading does not disturb the recording process
 Default data download is from file currently open. Previous files can also
be retrieved, as explained in the next chapter.
NOTE: To remove or insert an SD card to the data logger, the
acquisition must be OFF! If it is ON when you insert it, it will not be
recognized and no data will be recorded in the card. If you remove it
with acquisition ON (or in case power is lost with acquisition ON), the
file will not appear in the card's file directory (see next chapter),
therefore you will not be able to download it from the data logger, but
only to retrieve it via an SD card reader (see next chapter).
11. DATA RETRIEVAL
File downloading and memory erasure are done via serial commands (direct
link, modem, etc.), using the accompanying Opton 4 software in the host PC
(See CHAPTER 19).
Files downloaded to a PC are compressed to save memory space and speed
up data transfer. The data are retrieved using the Opton 4 software. Data are
decompressed to ASCII text files, suitable for further manipulation using
available programs like Excel, etc.
Via the ‘Download logger memory data’ from Opton 4’s ‘Home’ tab or from
the ‘Data logger’ bar of the ‘Files’ tab, the following file downloading options
appear:
A. If there is no SD card inserted in the data logger, the data you will
download are recorded in the internal Flash memory. You may download:
1. The most recent file. The file closes before it is downloaded, and a new file
begins (see previous chapter).
2. One single previous file or more previous files. You can type the number
of a single file or a range of files (e.g. 1-4)
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B. If there is an SD Card inserted in the data logger, the data you will
download are recorded in the internal Flash memory and in the SD card
simultaneously. You may download:
1. The directory of the card's files which appears in the 'Home' tab, in the
'SD Card directory' bar. The directory shows each file's number, Start date, size
and start page, so that you will know which file(s) to download.
2. The most recent file. The file closes before it is downloaded, and a new file
begins(see previous chapter).
3. One single previous file or more previous files. You can type the number
of a single file or select specific file numbers from the SD Card's directory,
by CTRL-clicking them, SHIFT-clicking them, etc, in the 'Home' tab, in the 'SD
Card directory' bar.
Alternatively, you may retrieve the SD card's files, via an SD card reader. In
the 'Files' tab, in the 'Memory Card' bar, click 'SD Card -> VIEW'. From the
appearing list, select the SD Card drive you wish.
12. DATA SAFETY
Stored data in the internal FLASH memory and in the removable SD card is
organized in files, which are kept even without supply power. Data files are
individually accessible. Each record has its own time stamp.
13. PASSWORD
The user can activate a password to prevent logger usage by unauthorized
personnel. A password may contain up to 8 alphanumeric characters and is set
by the NEW PASSWORD command. Password protection is activated when the
logger switches to Energy Save mode. Stylitis-10 becomes active after a button
is pressed or a serial character is received. At this point the password is asked
for. No further action can take place without first providing the correct
password. Up to 4 attempts are allowed. After 4 contiguous wrong attempts the
system locks up and further access is denied. Only SYMMETRON can unlock it
using any serial communication method.
To deactivate the password supply an empty NEW PASSWORD.
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14. COMMUNICATION SERIAL PORTS
The Opton software is used for communicating with the host PC. Stylitis-10
COMMUNICATION
comes with 2 RS232 ports. Both can be used for communication.
port DB9M:

PIN 2 Receive

PIN 3 Transmit

PIN 5 Ground
PC. A ‘straight’ cable (DB9M male to DB9F female) is required for

PIN 7 RTS

PIN 8 CTS
connection to an external modem. A ‘null modem’ cable (DB9F female to

The ‘COMMUNICATION’ port is a DTE type, i.e. Stylitis-10 appears as a
DB9F female) is required for connection to a PC. The ‘COMMUNICATION’
PERIPHERAL port
port is enabled only when an internal modem or Ethernet server are not
DB9F:
used.

PIN 2 Transmit

PIN 3 Receive

PIN 5 Ground
Communication

The ‘PERIPHERAL’ port is a DCE type, i.e. Stylitis-10 appears as a
modem. A ‘null modem’ cable (DB9M male to DB9M male) is required
for connection to an external modem. A ‘straight’ cable (DB9M male to
settings: 9600 baud,
DB9F female) is required for connection to a PC. If the PERIPHERAL port
8 data bits, 1 stop
is upgraded for digital bus sensors, MODBUS RTU (RS-485) or SDI-12, it
bit, no parity bit.
operates as RS-485 and serial (RS-232) communication is not possible.
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15. INTERNAL ETHERNET
You can enable/ disable the internal Ethernet module using the LCD and keys,
from the ‘Setup Internal Com Module’ menu (see chapter 3), but also via Opton
4 software: Read the logger’s communication setup (‘Read Communication
Setup’ command from the ‘Data logger online’ bar in the ‘Setup’ tab) and
select ‘Communication Module: Internal Ethernet’ in the first line, and
‘Ethernet Server operation’ in the second line (REMOTE), via e.g. an RS-232
local connection (see CHAPTER 19). Select ‘Write Setup’ to save the changes.
To setup, follow these steps:
1. Power-up the logger and connect the RJ-11 connector to the LAN. A yellow
light on the connector indicates a correct connection. Wait 30 seconds to
allow LAN setup.
2. There are 3 communication options:
i. Via your LAN, for local network connections. In order to communicate via
your LAN, do the following:
-
In Opton 4 software, in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s
‘Connections’ tab, click the ‘Find Logger in LAN’ command. The ‘Digi
Device Discovery’ window will open, where you can see the IP address of
the logger you are interested in.
-
Create a connection, by selecting ‘+New Connection’ in the
‘Communication’ bar in the site’s ‘Connections’ tab. In the connection’s
properties, select the ‘Ethernet’ radio button, enter this IP address, along
with the port number 50001, while leave the ‘Diameson client’ check box
unchecked. Double-click the connection you created to connect.
ii. Via a static IP internet connection, (via a static IP ADSL router), outside
your PC’s LAN. In this case, create a connection, while offline, by
selecting ‘+New Connection’ in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s
‘Connections’ tab. In the connection’s properties, select the ‘Ethernet’
radio button, enter this static IP address, along with the port number
50001, in the connection’s properties. Double-click the connection you
created to connect.
iii. Via a dynamic IP internet connection (via Diameson server), outside
your PC’s LAN. In this case, do the following via Opton 4:
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In the communication setup, click the second line (REMOTE) and select
‘Ethernet Client operation’
-
Open the ‘REMOTE’ tree node, open the ‘CLIENT’ node, and type the
static IP address of Diameson’s PC (if Diameson is running in a PC in
your LAN, use its local IP, while if you are using Symmetron’s Diameson,
its IP is ’62.38.244.17’), along with the Diameson’s Device Listening Port
(default port number: 1023).
-
Create a connection, via Opton 4 software, while offline, by selecting
‘+New Connection’ in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s ‘Connections’
tab. In the connection properties, select the ‘Ethernet’ radio button,
check the ‘Diameson client’ check box and enter your Diameson user
name. Enter the static IP address of Diameson’s PC (if Diameson is
running in a PC in your LAN, use its local IP, while if you are using
Symmetron’s Diameson, its IP is ‘1.diameson.net’), along with
Diameson’s User Listening Port (default port number: 8100 . Double-click
the connection you created to connect.
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16. INTERNAL GSM/GPRS MODEM: GSM DATA CALLS
You can enable/ disable the internal modem using the LCD and keys, from
the ‘Setup Internal Com Module’ menu (see chapter 3), but also via Opton 4
software: Read the logger’s communication setup (‘Read Communication Setup’
command from the ‘Data logger online’ bar in the ‘Setup’ tab) and select
‘Communication Module: Internal GSM/GPRS modem’ in the first line, and
‘GSM (data) operation’ in the second line (REMOTE), via e.g. an RS-232 local
connection (see CHAPTER 19). Select ‘Write Setup’ to save the changes. To
setup, follow these steps:
1. Disconnect all power supplies and remove the 4 screws on the back side of
the logger. Open the back cover and insert a Data SIM card in the modem
(the direction is shown on modem). Remember to permanently unlock the
SIM card using any available cell phone before you put it in the logger.
2. Power-up the logger. The INTERNAL MODEM indicator on the logger has the
following states: Flashing quickly – Searching for Network; Flashing slowly –
registered to the network (idle); Continuously ON – connected in data mode
(see next step).
3. By default, the modem is in data mode, ie available to be called via a GSM
data call. Wait until the INTERNAL MODEM indicator starts flashing slowly
(registered). Use the ‘Check modem’ command in the logger to display the
GSM network operator name and received signal strength (see chapter 3).
4. In Opton 4, create a connection, by selecting ‘+New Connection’ in the
‘Communication’ bar in the site’s ‘Connections’ tab. In the connection’s
properties, select the ‘Serial/RS-232’ radio button, select the COM port to
which the PC modem is connected and enter the SIM data call number.
Double-click the connection you created to connect.
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NOTE: Alterantively, you can select ‘GSM Energy Save operation’, in the
REMOTE line in the logger’s Communication Setup. In this state, the modem is
always OFF- its LED is OFF (not available for data calls or GPRS connections),
except for the times at which it has to send a message (SMS or email). For the
available types of messages, see chapter 18. MESSAGES (SMS and EMAIL).
17. INTERNAL GSM/GPRS MODEM: GPRS CONNECTIONS
After you have activated the data logger’s internal modem, besides a remote
connection via a GSM call, there is also the capability to communicate via a
GPRS connection, so that you are charged according to the downloaded data,
instead of according to the time duration of the call.
There are two types of GPRS connections:
1. GPRS Client, via a dynamic IP SIM card
The first one can be achieved via Diameson Gateway, a software server,
which accepts the data logger as a client. Diameson can be installed to any
computer which is connected to the internet and is available to be purchased or
to be provided to you as a service by Symmetron company.
The benefit of this method is that you can use a cheap dynamic IP GPRS SIM
card in the logger’s internal modem. In order for the data logger to be
connected to Diameson’s server, first of all it must be registered to Diameson’s
database, via the Diameson Manager software.
Next, connect to the data logger via a local RS-232 connection via Opton 4
(see CHAPTER 19). Check its setup (‘Read Communication Setup’ command
from the ‘Data logger online’ bar in the ‘Setup’ tab) and select ‘Communication
Module: Internal GSM/GPRS modem’ in the first line, and ‘GPRS Client
operation’ in the second line (REMOTE). Open the ‘REMOTE’ tree node, open the
‘NETWORK’ node and type the settings of the SIM Card’s provider (APN,
USERNAME, PASSWORD). In the ‘CLIENT’ node, type the IP address of the host
computer (the one in which Diameson is running). If this computer is in the
same LAN with your computer (even if it is your computer), type the local IP
address. Otherwise, type the external one. In the ‘IP PORT’ field, type
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the settings, select ‘Write Setup’. The data logger will be connected to
Diameson within the next minute.
The next step is to connect via the GPRS network to the data logger from
your PC (any PC connected to the internet), which will be also connected as a
client to Diameson, via a dynamic IP address. Create the GPRS connection via
Opton 4 by selecting ‘+New Connection’ in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s
‘Connections’ tab. In the connection properties, select the ‘Ethernet’ radio
button, check the ‘Diameson client’ check box and enter your Diameson user
name. Enter the static IP address of Diameson’s PC (if Diameson is running in a
PC in your LAN, use its local IP, while if you are using Symmetron’s Diameson,
its IP is ‘1.diameson.net’), along with Diameson’s User Listening Port (default
port number: 8100). Double-click the connection you created to connect.
NOTE: Alterantively, you can select ‘GPRS Client Energy Save’, in the REMOTE
line in the logger’s Communication Setup. In this state, the modem is always
OFF- its LED is OFF (not available for data calls or GPRS connections), except
for the times at which it has to send a message (Captum database updating,
Daily SMS at midnight or email). For the available types of messages, see
chapter 18. MESSAGES (SMS and EMAIL).
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2. GPRS Server, via a static IP SIM card.
The second method for a GPRS connection is for the data logger itself to
have the role of the server (therefore you do not need Diameson). For this
method you are advised to use a static IP GPRS SIM card.
The only thing needed in this case is the registration of the data logger’s
server to the network. Connect to the data logger via a local RS-232 connection
via Opton 4 (see CHAPTER 19). Check its setup (‘Read Communication Setup’
command from the ‘Data logger online’ bar in the ‘Setup’ tab) and select
‘Communication Module: Internal GSM/GPRS modem’ in the first line, and
‘GPRS Server operation’ in the second line (REMOTE). Open the ‘REMOTE’ tree
node, open the ‘NETWORK’ node and type the settings of the SIM Card’s
provider (APN, USERNAME, PASSWORD). In the ‘SERVER’ node, type the IP
PORT, which may be any valid IP port. In order to save the settings, select
‘Write Setup’.
Then, in the next minute, the data logger’s server will try to register in the
network (‘server start..’ message in the data logger’s screen). Since you have
given the correct parameters, it will manage to (‘SERVER UP’ message, followed
by the SIM card’s IP address). Then you can connect via any computer which is
connected to the internet as a client to the data logger’s server . Only one
client can be connected at a time.
Create the suitable GPRS server connection via Opton 4 by selecting ‘+New
Connection’ in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s ‘Connections’ tab. In the
connection properties, select the ‘Ethernet’ radio button, leave the ‘Diameson
client’ check box unchecked. Enter the SIM card’s static IP address along with
the IP port you typed before in the communication setup. Double-click the
connection you created to connect.
NOTE: When you disconnect from this connection, not only the client (PC) is
disconnected, but the data logger’s server as well. Therefore, you need to wait
for a minute or so, until it is registered again in the network.
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18. MESSAGES (SMS AND EMAIL)
The data logger can send messages, SMS and Emails, and update a database in
the web, Captum, via the optional GSM/GPRS modem or the optional Ethernet
module, according to your selections in Opton 4’s Communication Setup.
Specifically:
1. Either you are using Stylitis-10+GSM model or Stylitis-10+Ethernet
model, you can receive Emails, and specifically one Email every
midnight, with the data file recorded during the day. (Actually, the files
downloaded, begin from file 1, the next day file 2 will be downloaded,
etc, regardless if it is the recent file or the current day’s file.) The
settings needed to receive emails are: Open the EMAIL node, in order to
set the email parameters. Type the sender and recipient you wish, along
with the smtp mailserver of the SIM card’s provider, in the ‘SERVER’
field. If the provider requires authentication, like Cosmote in Greece, you
must open the ‘SERVER’ node and also fill the ‘AUTH USER’ and ‘AUTH
PWD’ fields, while the email’s sender must be also a specific one. You
also need authentication if you are using the mail server of the internet
connection you are using: Type your email account’s user name, as the
Authentication User Name and as the Sender and your email account’s
password, as the Authentication Password. All these parameters, for the
3 main providers in Greece, are summarized in the table of APPENDIX D.
Moreover, only if you are using the Stylitis-10+GSM model, open the
‘REMOTE’ node and then the ‘NETWORK’ node and type the ‘APN’,
‘USERNAME’ and ‘PASSWORD’ of your SIM card’s provider.
2. If you are using the Stylitis-10+GSM model and you have set the
logger to act as a GPRS Server (see Part 2 of CHAPTER 17), to receive
GSM data calls (see CHAPTER 16) or to be in GSM Energy Save operation
(see NOTE of CHAPTER 16), besides the daily email, it can also send the
following SMS messages, which you can enable by opening the ‘SMS’
node (in the ‘NUMBER’ field, type the mobile phone number which you
wish to receive them):
i. SMS output alarm messages. With this option, when a control output
changes to low (when the conditions are satisfied), you receive an
SMS as an alarm. It must be noted that you will not receive another
alarm (SMS or PV-see below) for an hour since the previous one.
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ii. SMS PV comparator alarm messages. This option is useful if you have a
solar plant with multiple inverters. You may use channel 1 and
channel 8, set as EVENT COUNTERS (to measure energy via energy
counters) to perform a test for the proper operation of your system.
The data logger can send you an alarm SMS if your system is
malfunctioning. For instance, if you have a plant with 3 inverters
which produce the same power, you would expect the total energy to
be 3 times greater than the energy produced by one inverter.
Therefore you can connect an energy counter to the output of one of
your inverters (measured by channel 8) and another one to the
output of your entire system (measured by channel 1). Then, you can
set two parameters to the data logger’s setup via Opton. Open the PV
node and set ‘RATIO CH1/CH8’ to 3 for the example mentioned. Then,
you must set a tolerance for this ratio in the ‘WINDOW %±’ field. If
you type 10, you will be sent an alarm SMS if the ratio is greater than
3.3 or lower than 2.7 (over ±10%), which means that at least one of
your inverters is malfunctioning. The energy produced at channels 1
and 8 is measured and compared at the end of the statistic interval.
It must be noted that you will not receive another alarm (SMS or PV)
for an hour since the previous one.
iii. SMS data message per interval. With this option, you receive an SMS
with the data values at the end of the statistic interval.
iv. SMS Avg data message at midnight. With this option, you receive an
SMS every midnight, with the average of the data recorded during the
entire day.
NOTE: You may also receive this message at ‘GPRS Client Energy
Save’ mode (see NOTE of CHAPTER 17’s Part 1)
3. If you are using the Stylitis-10+GSM model and you have set the
logger to act as a GPRS Client (see Part 1 of CHAPTER 17) or in ‘GPRS
Client Energy Save’ mode (see NOTE of CHAPTER 17’s part 1) or the
Stylitis-10+Ethernet model and you have set the logger to act as an
Ethernet Client via a dynamic IP internet connection (see CHAPTER 15,
step 2.iii.), besides the daily email, it can send the same messages as in
the previous case, if you activate them by opening the ‘CAPTUM’ node. In
this case, instead of sending SMSs, the logger will update a web
database, Captum. However, the Daily SMS at midnight can still be sent
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as an SMS, in case of the Stylitis-10+GSM model. Moreover, the
messages will be sent to one or more email accounts which are defined
in Captum. You will access your Captum data (data and alarms) and you
will be able to view plots and statistics per hour, per day and per month.
You will access your account, simply via a web browser, via your Captum
user name, and the data logger’s Serial Number and Password (for safety
reasons, it is mandatory).
4. If you are using the Stylitis-10+Ethernet model and you have set the
logger to act as an Ethernet Server via a static IP internet connection
(see CHAPTER 15, step 2.ii.) or in ‘Ethernet Energy Save operation’, you
will be able to receive only the data email.
19. OPTON 4 SOFTWARE
Install Opton 4 from the accompanying CD or download it from the
Symmetron site. Software upgrades are free to download.
Following the first installation, go to the ‘Sites’ bar in the center of the ‘Start’
tab and click SHOW ALL. The ‘Sites’ tab will open. In the ‘Site Folder’ bar on
the left, select ‘+ New Site Folder’ and choose a Windows folder to use as data
storage for this specific data logger. If you use several data loggers it is
recommended to repeat this procedure choosing a separate folder for each one
of them.
To work with the site folder you wish, select it with a double click from the
tree structure on the center part of the ‘Sites’ tab. The site will open in a
separate tab, which has the site’s name.
SERIAL (RS-232) CONNECTION AND OTHER CONNECTIONS
In the next step, determine how the PC will get connected to the data
logger. In order to create a serial (RS-232) connection in Opton 4, select ‘+New
Connection’ in the ‘Communication’ bar in the site’s ‘Connections’ tab. In the
connection’s properties, select the ‘Serial/RS-232’ radio button, and select the
PC COM port to which you will connect one of the data logger’s serial ports (see
CHAPTER 14).
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The PERIPHERAL port is always active, so you may connect a straight
serial cable to the PC COM port and double-click the connection you created to
connect. If you wish to use the COMMUNICATION port. check its setup (‘Read
Communication Setup’ command from the ‘Data logger online’ bar in the
‘Setup’ tab) from the PERIPHERAL port connection, and select ‘Communication
Module: RS-232 or External GSM/GPRS modem’ in the first line, and ‘GSM
(data) operation’ in the second line (REMOTE). Click ‘Write Setup’ to save the
changes. You may connect a NULL MODEM serial cable between the PC COM
port and the COMMUNICATION port and double-click the same serial connection
to connect.
You can create as many connections as you wish in a specific site folder.
For other connection types, see the corresponding chapter: For an Ethernet
connection, either via a dynamic IP or a static IP internet connection, see
CHAPTER 15. For a GPRS connection, either via a dynamic IP or a static IP SIM
card, see CHAPTER 17. For a GSM data call connection, see CHAPTER 16.
After connecting, you can try some of the Opton 4 commands, eg ‘Get
Status from Logger’, in the ‘Home’ tab, in the ’Status’ bar or ‘Read Input Data’
in the ‘Real Time’ tab, etc.
To change logger channel settings, go to the ‘Setup’ tab and select ‘Read
Inputs Setup’. Then change settings in the tree structure and click Write Setup.
The same applies for the ‘Read Communication Setup’ command. (see
CHAPTERS 15-18 for communication options).The settings can be changed only
when data recording is stopped (Acquisition Off). Select Acquisition On to start
recording.
To get stored data, select ‘Download logger memory data’ either from the
center part of the ‘Home’ tab or from the ‘Data logger online’ bar of the ‘Files’
tab. To avoid missing data you can download files while Acquisition On. For
downloading options, see CHAPTER 11.
If you want to automate data downloading, check the Enable Scheduled
Automatic Connection box in the connection’s properties and set the download
time. In the Automatic tab select the action for each weekday. The automatic
downloading is possible only after downloading and installing the AutoConnect
software.
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20. GPS MODULE
For data loggers, with firmware version 3.10 or newer, the feature of
receiving position and time information via satellites is available, if the data
logger features an internal modem with GPS. The reception of this information
is performed at specific times, which are user adjustable in the logger’s
Communication Setup (Opton 4’s ‘Setup’ tab) in the GPS line: By selecting
'Position Update at Midnight' the information is received at the data logger's
power up and at midnight. By selecting 'Position Update per Interval’, the
information is received every recording interval (which must be at least 1 min).
By selecting 'Position Update per Interval & Record’ the information is received
again every interval, with the extra feature that if the acquisition is activated,
the longitude and latitude values are recorded every interval in the recorded
data file, as additional data columns.
In Opton 4’s ‘Real time’ tab, in the GPS bar on the left, click the 'Get
position information' command, and this information, which is the most recently
received by the data logger (according to your selection in the Communication
Setup), appears. If the data logger's version is 3.10 or newer, but does not
have a GPS module (an appropriate internal modem), the 'NO GPS MODULE'
message will appear instead of this information in the ‘Real-time’ tab.
Otherwise, the GPS information contains the following: The date and GMT
time when the information was received ('Date of Fix' and 'UTC of position' - if
it has not been received yet, not even once, the 'GPS NOT FIXED’ message
appears). Moreover, the longitude and latitude is received, with two different
measuring units, along with the altitude. In 'Course over ground' the angle of
the direction of data logger's speed over ground appears, while in 'Speed over
ground', this absolute speed appears, in km/h and knots. The number of
satellites which were required to receive the information appears, while the
'Dilution of precision' and 'Fix' indicate how accurate the measurements were.
This accuracy is proportional to the number of satellites. The 'Dilution of
precision' can be Ideal, Good, Excellent (when the measurements have been
received successfully), while the 'Fix' is 3D (for good accuracy), 2D (for less
good accuracy) and Invalid (when the measurements have not been received
yet).
This information appears in the 'Home' tab, in the ‘Site Weather’ bar on
the left, with the ‘Site Map' command, as well. This command also displays the
location of the data logger in a map (google map) in the internet. By clicking on
the green arrow, the longitude and latitude appear on the map.
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21. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
All accuracies stated are the mean of 5 measurements.
COUNTER INPUT (CH1) 16 bit.
Resolution: 0.2 count (Hz). Accuracy: 0.2 count.
Input Frequency range: 0~5 kHz.
Input resistance: 100 kΩ. Sensitivity bipolar AC: 200 mVp-p. Unipolar TTL 1 Vp-p.
Channel may be programmed as active-low (open-drain) output, i.e. as a switch with
one end grounded. Output resistance 30 Ohms, maximum sink current 60 mA.
Maximum external DC Voltage at connector: 20V.
COUNTER INPUT (CH8) 16 bit.
Resolution: 0.2 count (Hz). Accuracy: 0.2 count.
Input Frequency range: 0~5 kHz.
Input resistance: 1 ΜΩ. Sensitivity: 3 Unipolar TTL Vp-p.
Channel may be programmed as active-low (open-drain) output, i.e. as a switch with
one end grounded. Output resistance 30 Ohms, maximum sink current 60 mA.
Maximum external DC Voltage at connector: 20V.
ANALOG INPUTS (CH2~CH8) individually selectable.
7, 13 bits+sign each. For input ranges see Table below.
Channel may be programmed as digital input (0/1) with a threshold of 1.5 V.
Channel may be programmed as active-low (open-drain) output, i.e. as a switch with
one end grounded. Output resistance 30 Ohms, maximum sink current 60 mA.
Channels pairs 2/3, 4/5, 6/7 can be configured as differential inputs. Differential
common mode input range: 0~2.5V (from v2.59)
Maximum external DC Voltage at connector: 20 V.
Maximum external DC Current at connector: 60 mA.
Input
0~2.5V
0~1.25V
0~625mV
0~500mV
0~312,5mV
0~250mV
0~156.25mV
0~125mV
0~50mA
0~25mA
0~20mA
0~12.5mA
0~10mA
0~6.25mA
0~5mA
VANE
ΡΤ100/1000
Accuracy referred to input
(0.3%)+ (1.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (0.5mV)
(0.3%)+ (30 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
(0.3%)+ (10 μΑ)
2.8 degrees
0.4 degrees
Resolution
305 μV
153 μV
76 μV
61 μV
38 μV
30 μV
19 μV
15 μV
6.1 μΑ
3 μΑ
2.4 μΑ
1.5 μΑ
1.2 μΑ
0.76 μΑ
0.61 μΑ
2.8 degrees
0.06 degrees
Remarks
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 1 ΜOhm
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
Input resistance 30 Ohms
CH5, 6, 7. Pot value: 1~100Κ
External Resistor: 2Κ, 0.1%
BATTERY VOLTAGE (CH9)
Τhe power supply voltage is measured. Resolution: 0.1 V. Accuracy: 5%.
AUX OUTPUT (from serial number 020xxxxx or newer)
1, 0.5 mA. Pulsed (Energy Save mode, Duration On: 5 mSec) or Continuous
(Continuous mode). Accuracy: 0.3 %.
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Maximum short-circuit duration to Ground: infinite.
PULSED OUT OUTPUT (for sensors supply)
1, +2.5 V. Pulsed (Energy Save mode, Duration On: 5 mSec) or Continuous
(Continuous mode). Maximum supply current 25 mA. Accuracy: 0.2 %.
Maximum short-circuit duration to Ground: infinite.
PROTECTION
All inputs and outputs are protected from over voltage by quick acting diodes.
SENSOR EXAMPLES
RTD, switch, anemometer, potentiometric vane, pyranometer, thermometer, rain
gauge, water speed, barometer, pulse meter, etc.
DATA STORAGE
INTERNAL FLASH MEMORY: size 4MB. Typical duration for storing averages for all
channels, every 10 min, is about 32 months.
DATA PROCESSING
For each channel, Slope2, Slope and Offset are independently programmable.
Sampling: 1 Hz. Calculation and storage of ax2+bx+c. Selectable storage of Average
only or Average, Min, Max values at selectable intervals: 1-59 seconds, 1, 2, 5, 10, 15
or 60 minutes. In case of 1 sec interval, all samples are recorded (time series).
Dedicated wind vane algorithm for vector averaging.
Real time clock with automatic correction of leap years. Accuracy: 1 minute per
month.
SERIAL PORTS
PROGRAMMING AND DOWNLOADING: 2 RS232C ports, 9600 baud, 8 bits, no parity, 1
stop bit. Connectors DB9M (DTE) , DB9F (DCE). Support for direct connection, modems
(PSTN or GSM) and Ethernet servers.
POWER SUPPLY
INTERNAL BATTERY: 1x9V alkaline – typical duration 2 weeks.
EXTERNAL: 6~15V, DC/AC
Maximum permitted External Supply Voltage: 18V
POWER CONSUMPTION (Typical):
Energy Save: 0.9 mA.
Energy Save + Internal modem idle: 10 mA.
Continuous: 4.5mA.
Continuous + RS232 I/O: 12mA
Continuous + Internal modem idle: 15mA
Internal modem connected: 400mA
Internal Ethernet server: 300mA
Real-time clock operating time without any power source: 1 year
OPTIONAL: Solar panel and rechargeable battery.
Miscellaneous
BOX: small, portable
DIMENSIONS: 180x100x40mm
WEIGHT: 200g.
SCREW TERMINALS: Detachable on the front panel.
OPERATIONAL/STORAGE TEMPERATURES: -30C~ +70C
LCD OPERATIONAL TEMPERATURES: 0-50C
WARRANTY: 1 year
OPTIONAL: internal GSM/GPRS modem or Ethernet server or secure wireless Ethernet
(WiFi 802.11b) server.
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APPENDIX A
CONNECTION EXAMPLES
DETACHABLE SCREW TERMINALS
8
Voltage
Regulator
Solar Panel
Output 16~18V


2
4
5
+BAT
-BAT/GND
CH8: Ain/Din/Dout
GND
3
6
-BAT
+BAT
+
CH7: Ain/Din/Dout
CH6: Ain/Din/Dout
1
VOLTAGE
0~5V
7
GND
SDI-12
6
CH5: Ain/Din/Dout
+5V Pulsed
5
Potensiometer
Vane
8
l
~9
4
2000Ω/0.1%,5ppm
Anemometer
AC sin, TTL,
REED
3
Acq
CH4: Ain/Din/Dout
2
PT100 RTD
CH3: Ain/Din/Dout
1
7SetSetup
RIGHT
GND
CH2: Ain/Din/Dout
GND
CH1: Cin/Dout
LEFT
+


EXTERNAL
SUPPLY:
+


Rechargeable
external 12V
lead-acid battery
(OPTIONAL)
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6-15V DC
5-12V AC
(OPTIONAL)
Check Technical Specifications
for Inputs.
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Alternative connection method of up to 3 PT100s, in order to avoid errors due to
long cable resistance (firmware v2.61 or newer).
DETACHABLE SCREW TERMINALS
CH4: Ain/Din/Dout
+5V Pulsed
SDI-12
CH5: Ain/Din/Dout
GND
CH6: Ain/Din/Dout
CH7: Ain/Din/Dout
4
5
6
7
8
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
+BAT
GND
3
-BAT/GND
CH3: Ain/Din/Dout
2
CH8: Ain/Din/Dout
CH2: Ain/Din/Dout
1
GND
GND
RIGHT
CH1: Cin/Dout
LEFT
8
PT100 RTD
Π.χ. Vector T351
PT100 RTD
Π.χ. Vector T351
PT100 RTD
Π.χ. Vector T351
Β
Α
NOTES




For only one PT100 connect wire A to GND.
For only two PT100s connect wire B to GND.
The corresponding input channels (2/3, 4/5, 6/7) must be set as in Appendix B, case 7.
Wires to differential channel inputs must be connected close to PT100s.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
SENSOR(1)
NRG MAX #40
VECTOR A100LM
NRG RG
NRG 200P
VECTOR W200P
VECTOR T351(2)
VECTOR T351(3)
DELTAOHM 9009TR
DELTAOHM 9009TR
DELTAOHM 9408T
LiCor 200SZ
DATA LOGGER SETTINGS
TYPE
Wind speed
Wind speed
Rain Gauge
Wind vane
Wind vane
Temperature ΡΤ100
Temperature ΡΤ100
Temperature
Humidity
Barometer
Pyramometer
CHANNELS
1
1
1
5, 6, 7
5, 6, 7
2..8
2/3, 4/5, 6/7
2…8
2…8
2…8
2…8
INPUT TYPE SELECTION
Frequency Counter Sinus Level
Frequency Counter TTL Level
Event Counter TTL Level
Vane Input
Vane Input
RTD Input
Differential Input 0…125 mV
Analog Input 0…1250 mV
Analog Input 0…1250 mV
Analog Input 0…1250 mV
Analog Input 0…125 mV
SLOPE
0,765
0,1
0,254
5194.8
120,0
100,0
300,0
83,33
OFFSET
0,35
0,0
0,0
-259.74
-40,0
0,0
800,0
0,0
UNITS
m/sec
m/sec
mm/hour
Degrees
Degrees
C
C
C
Relative %
mBar
W/m2
NOTE (1): The SLOPE and OFFSET factors shown are nominal. Enter the corrected factors if the sensor comes calibrated.
NOTE (2): Voltage excitation with external resistor.
NOTE (3): Current excitation, no external resistor (serial numbers 020xxxxx or newer).
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APPENDIX C
CALCULATION OF WIND TURBINE ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM WIND SPEED
If Channel 1 is selected as a Frequency counter of the appropriate type (Sin or TTL) with the appropriate Slope and
Offset to measure wind speed, via an anemometer connected to the channel, you can view in real-time the electrical
energy produced by an equivalent small wind turbine BEFORE it is installed, such as Viking 25, the rotor of which is
at the same height with the measuring anemometer.
How to activate the Energy calculation and view it
-
-
-
-
Via Opton 4, connect to the logger (e.g. serially via its PERIPHERAL RS-232 port). In the site’s ‘Home’ tab, in the
‘Accumulator Status’ bar on the right, click the ‘Get values from Logger’ command. If the ‘Viking 25 W/T energy’ setting is
OFF, click it to set it to ON and activate it. Moreover, the recording interval must be at least 1 min! Change the interval,
by reading the logger’s Inputs Setup, via the corresponding command in Opton 4’s ‘Setup’ tab, in the ‘Data logger online’
bar on the left.
Afterwards, in order to view the energy produced in the data logger’s screen in real time, press the MENU button once
and the Ch1’s values will appear. Every few seconds, the display alternates between the channel’s instant value (wind
speed) and the following measurements: "daily" kWh (the total energy produced during the day) and "Total" kWh (the
total energy in general).
Via Opton 4, these real-time values can be viewed remotely as well, by connecting to the logger via GSM/GPRS or
Ethernet. Again, you need to click the ‘Get values from Logger’ command, in the site’s ‘Home’ tab, in the ‘Accumulator
Status’ bar on the right. The ‘KWh today’, and the ‘KWh total’ lines will be updated.
Finally, you may reset independently these two displays, by clicking either one of the ‘KWh today -> Reset’ or ‘KWh total
-> Reset’ lines.
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COMMANDS
All commands or queries must be in CAPITAL and terminated with <CR>+<LF>. The characters are NOT
echoed back. If you are using the Windows HyperTerminal utility you can set it to echo back characters.
By default Password is disabled. If enabled, this command must be the first to access Stylitis-10 remotely. If
not Stylitis-10 will respond: “ENTER PASSWORD”+<CR>+<LF> to any question or command.
Host Question
*ACQ?
Action & response


*AUX?
Response end
ACQ ON, ACQ OFF
AUX=6 : EXTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, no client, no server
(modem)
AUX=7 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, no client, no server
(modem)
AUX=5 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, client (modem)
AUX=3 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, server (modem)
AUX=15 : INTERNAL Modem/ Ethernet Energy save, no
client, no server
*INi? (i=1…9)

Input I value, e.g. IN1=3.5 (9:bat)
*INALL?

All input values in ascii form separated by <CR>,<LF>
*INTERVAL?

Gives averaging interval in min, e.g. INTERVAL=10
*SITE?

SITE=xxxxxxxx (up to 8 chars)
*BAT?

Battery voltage.
*DIGOUTi?

Digital output value
*DIGOUTiCOND?

*DIGOUTLEVS?

*TIME?

e.g. 18/11/04 10:50:00
*FREEMEM?

------- Bytes free for ----- hours, etc.
*INiSLOPE?

e.g. IN1SLOPE=0.77
<CR>+<LF>
+
OK+<CR>+<LF>
*INiSLOPE2?

e.g. IN1SLOPE2=0.77
Or
*INiOFFSET?

e.g. IN1OFFSET =-0.2
ERROR+<CR>+<LF>
*INiTYPE?

*INiMODE?

C/E /N(ch1) , A/V/T/N or I/O/N (ch2-8) , B/N(ch9)
*INTYPES?

A series of input types, e.g SAAADDDD
*INMODES?

A series of input modes, e.g CVTAIDNO
*INiGAIN?

e.g. IN1GAIN=1/2/4/5/8/10/16/20
*MINMAX?

MINMAX=ON/OFF. Enables Minimum & Maximum storage
*NAMEi?

Returns channel’s(i) name (up to 16 chars)
*VERSION?

Returns f/w version
*SERNO?

Returns SERIAL NUMBER (up to 8 chars)
*SMSNUM?

Phone number to send data message per interval

*SMSSEL?

*SMSALSEL?
Returns 5 masks(dw) & conditions(dw) in binary form
(40Bytes total)
Returns Low comparison Level(w) & High comparison
Level(w) for the 9 channels in binary form (36Bytes total)
S/T(for ch1)
V/C (for ch2-8)
SMSSEL=0: Daily Email/SMS and Interval SMS OFF
SMSSEL=1: Interval SMS/ Captum update per interval ON
SMSSEL=2: Daily Email ON
SMSSEL=4: Daily SMS ON
SMSALSEL=0: SMS/PV Alarms=OFF
SMSALSEL=1: SMS Alarms/ Captum Email Alarms ON
SMSALSEL=2: PV Alarms/ Captum Email PV Alarms ON
SMSALSEL=3: SMS/ Captum Email Alarms+PV Alarms ON
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*SERVERIP?

*SERVERPORT?

*APN?

*NETID?

*NETPW?

*EMV?
*EMS?
*EMR?
*EMUN?




*EMPW?

*DISPWR?

*PWR?

*ACC1?

*ACC8?

*SERVICE?

*GPS?

IP Address of the host PC, in which Diameson Gateway is
running.
Remote IP port of the host PC, in which Diameson Gateway is
running.
APN of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for GPRS
Connections and to send daily Emails)
GPRS User Name of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for
GPRS Connections and to send daily Emails)
GPRS Password of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for
GPRS Connections and to send daily Emails)
SMTP Email Server (needed to send daily Emails)
Sender of the email (needed to send daily Emails)
Recipient of the email (needed to send daily Emails)
Email Authentication User Name (needed to send daily
Emails, in case Authentication is required by the SIM Card’s
provider)
Email Authentication Password (needed to send daily Emails,
in case Authentication is required by the SIM Card’s
provider)
*DISPWR=ON/OFF: Activate/deactivate display of daily and
total energy from the Viking 25 wind turbine (from Ch1, in
case it is set as FREQUENCY COUNTER)
Display recorded daily and total energy from the Viking 25
wind turbine (from Ch1, in case it is set as FREQUENCY
COUNTER)
Displays total energy recorded, in Channel 1’s Accumulator
(in case it is set as EVENT COUNTER)
Displays total energy recorded, in Channel 8’s Accumulator
(in case it is set as EVENT COUNTER)
NORMAL: States that the data logger operates normally
(digital outputs and Alarm SMSs are activated)
SERVICE: States that the data logger is in service mode
(digital outputs and Alarm SMSs are activated)
For Version 3.10 or newer
Displays the most recent time and position GPS information
received by the data logger. If no GPS module is present, the
‘NO GPS MODULE’ appears.
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Action &
response with OK,<CR>,<LF> Or ERROR,<CR>,<LF>
Host Command
*ACQ=ON, *ACQ=OFF


*AUX=XX
ON: Write new file header in flash memory. Set ACQ on flag.
OFF: Clear ACQ on flag, do not store in flash anymore.
AUX=6 : EXTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, no client, no server (modem)
AUX=7 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, no client, no server (modem)
AUX=5 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, client (modem)
AUX=3 : INTERNAL Modem/Ethernet, server (modem)
AUX=15 : INTERNAL Modem/ Ethernet Energy save, no client, no server
*CONT

*DIGOUTi=1 or 0 or AUTO

*DIGOUTiCOND=…

*DIGOUTLEVS=…

*DOWNLOAD=n

Download File #n
*DOWNLOADF

Download current File
*ENERGYSAVE

Set Energy Save mode
*ERASEFLASH

Erase Flash Memory
*EXIT

Exit communication after entering with password
*INTERVAL=…

Set new averaging interval in min (1,2,5,10,15,30,60)
*INTERVALSEC=…

Set new averaging interval in sec (0-59)
*NEWPASSWORD=…

Give a new password (up to 8 characters or nothing to deselect)
*NAMEi=

Give a name to channel i (up to 16 chars)
*INiSLOPE=…..

Set appropriate input cal slope in EEPROM table. Default 1.0
*INiSLOPE2=…..

Set appropriate input slope in EEPROM table
*INiOFFSET=……

Set appropriate input offset in EEPROM table
*MINMAX=…

ON: Enables Min & Max storage. OFF: Disables Min & Max storage (from v2.59).
*INiGAIN=….

Set appropriate input GAIN in EEPROM table

* INiTYPE=S/T(for ch1)
V/C (for ch2-8)

*INiMODE=A/D/V/T
I/O
C/E
N
Set CONTINUOUS mode
Set a value to a Digital output The output state can be either set manually 1 or 0 or set
to get its value automatically according to measured values of input channels.
Sends 5 masks (dw) & conditions (dw) in binary form (40Bytes total)
Sends Low comparison Level(w) & High comparison Level(w) for the 9 channels in
binary form (36Bytes total)
Set appropriate input type in EEPROM table
S: sinus
T: TTL
V: voltage input analog or digital
C: current input Analog or digital
Set appropriate input mode in EEPROM table
A for analog slope/offset, D for differential slope/offset (Channels 2, 4, 6 only)
V for vane analog (Channels 5, 6, 7 only)
T for pt100 temperature analog
I for digital input
O for digital output
C for counter
E for events
N for not used
B only for ch9 :battery
*PASSWORD=….

Give password to start communication (up to 8 characters or nothing if not selected)
*SITE=……

Set new Site name (up to 8 characters)
*SEROUT=….
Set a value to a Serial Port output
*TIME=dd/mm/yy,hh:mm:ss

Update real timer
*SMSNUM=……

Set Phone number to send data message per interval (up to 20 characters)

SMSSEL=0: Daily Email/SMS and Interval SMS OFF
SMSSEL=1: Interval SMS/ Captum update per interval ON
*SMSSEL=X
SMSSEL=2: Daily Email ON
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Daily
SMS ON
SMSALSEL=0: SMS/PV Alarms=OFF

SMSALSEL=1: SMS Alarms/ Captum Email Alarms ON
*SMSALSEL=X
SMSALSEL=2: PV Alarms/ Captum Email PV Alarms ON
SMSALSEL=3: SMS/ Captum Email Alarms+PV Alarms ON
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*SERVERIP=XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Set the IP Address of the host PC, in which Diameson Gateway is running.
*SERVERPORT=…

Set the Remote IP port of the host PC, in which Diameson Gateway is running.
*APN=…

*NETID=…

*NETPW=…

*EMV=…
*EMS=...
*EMR=…
*EMUN=…




*EMPW=…

*DISPWR=ON/OFF

*CLPWR

*SERVPW=XXXXXX

*ACC1=0

*ACC8=0

*SERVOFF
*GPS=X


Set the APN of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for GPRS Connections and to send
daily Emails)
Set the GPRS User Name of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for GPRS Connections
and to send daily Emails)
Set the GPRS Password of the SIM Card’s provider (needed for GPRS Connections
and to send daily Emails)
Set the SMTP Email Server (needed to send daily Emails)
Set the Sender of the email (needed to send daily Emails)
Set the Recipient of the email (needed to send daily Emails)
Set the Email Authentication User Name (needed to send daily Emails, in case
Authentication is required by the SIM Card’s provider. Otherwise, leave it blank)
Set the Email Authentication Password (needed to send daily Emails, in case
Authentication is required by the SIM Card’s provider. Otherwise, leave it blank)
Activate/deactivate display of daily and total energy from the Viking 25 wind turbine
(from Ch1, in case it is set as FREQUENCY COUNTER)
Reset/clear recorded daily and total energy from the Viking 25 wind turbine (from
Ch1, in case it is set as FREQUENCY COUNTER)
Set the service code needed to deativate digital outputs and alarms.
Receives exactly 6 digits only 1-4.
Reset/clear total energy recorded, in Channel 1’s Accumulator (in case it is set as
EVENT COUNTER)
Reset/clear total energy recorded, in Channel 8’s Accumulator (in case it is set as
EVENT COUNTER)
Exits Service mode (if data logger is in service mode)
Available for Version 3.10 or newer
0: POSITION UPDATE AT POWER UP& MIDNIGHT
1: POSITION UPDATE PER 10 MIN
2: POSITION UPDATE PER 10 MIN & RECORD
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APPENDIX E
GPRS PARAMETERS FOR PROVIDERS IN GREECE
Parameter
APN
GPRS User Name
GPRS Password
Mail Server
Sender
Command
*APN=
*NETID=
*NETPW=
*EMV=
*EMS=
*EMR=
*EMUN=
Vodafone
internet
user
pass
mailgprs.vodafone.gr
[email protected]
[domain name]***
ANY***
N.R.*
Wind
gint.b-online.gr
N.R.*
N.R.*
smtp.windnet.gr
[email protected]
[domain name]***
ANY***
N.R.*
Recipient
Email
Authentication
User Name
Email
Authentication
Password
*EMPW=
N.R.*
N.R.*
Cosmote
internet
N.R.*
N.R.*
mail.mycosmos.gr
[Sim Card Number]
@mycosmos.gr**
ANY***
[Sim Card Number]
@mycosmos.gr
(After activation)**
After activation**
TABLE NOTES
*Not Required. Therefore, whatever value you have inserted will not be taken into account.
**If you are sending emails via a COSMOTE SIM Card, you have to activate your email account, even if you
do not wish to receive emails via this SIM Card. You must put the Card in a Cellphone and send ‘OPEN’ or
the Greek letter ‘E’ via SMS to the number ‘54000’. Then, you will be given the account’s Password. The
Sender must always consist of the SIM Card’s number. The ‘Email User Name’, by default, is the same, but
you can change it, via Outlook, to the form “[email protected]”. Otherwise, leave the authentication User
Name and Password blank (*EMUN= <ENTER>, *EMPW=<ENTER>)
*** Except for Cosmote, as the Sender, you can type anyone (even a not valid one), provided that it has a valid
domain name. As recipient, you can type any valid recipient you wish.
****The Settings above apply for networks in Greece.
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