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Safety information
The device complies with regulations and industrial standards in force in the Czech Republic and the
European Union. The device has been tested and is supplied in working order. To keep the device in
this condition, it is necessary to adhere to the following safety and maintenance instructions.
Never remove the device cover if the relay terminals are connected to the electrical network!
Using the device in a manner other than prescribed by the manufacturer may cause its
safeguards to fail!
The power supply outlet or disconnection point must be freely accessible.
The device must not be used in particular under any of the following conditions:
The device is noticeably damaged
The device does not function properly
Unfastened parts can move inside the device
The device has been exposed to moisture or rain
The device has been serviced by unauthorized personnel
The power adapter or power supply cable are noticeably damaged
If the device is used in a manner other than designed for, the protection provided by the device
may fail.
The local electrical system must include a power switch or a circuit breaker and overcurrent
The manufacturer warrants the device only if it is powered by the supplied power adapter or an
approved power supply.
If you have any problems with installing or operating the device, please contact technical support:
HW group s.r.o.
Email: [email protected]
U Pily 3
143 00 Praha 4
Tel. +420 222 511 918
When contacting technical support, please keep at hand the exact type of your device (at the type
plate) and, if possible, the firmware version (see later in this manual).
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First steps
1) Connecting the cables
Turn the unit and write down its MAC address that is printed on the label on the side.
Set the switches: DIP1=Off, DIP2=Off.
Connect the unit to the Ethernet (with a patch cable to a switch, cross-over cable to a PC), RJ45 port.
Plug the power adapter into a mains outlet and connect it to the Poseidon power jack.
The green POWER LED lights up.
If the Ethernet connection works properly, the LINK LED lights up after a short while, and then
flashes whenever data are transferred (activity indication).
2) Configuring the IP address – UDP Config
UDP Config utility – root directory of the supplied CD (Windows and Linux versions).
Available for download at Software > UDP Config.
Click the icon to launch UDP Config. The program automatically looks for connected devices.
Automatic device discovery works only in the local network.
Individual Poseidon units are identified by their MAC addresses (on the label at the bottom).
Double-click a MAC address to open a basic device configuration dialog.
Double click for
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Configure the network parameters
IP address / HTTP port (80 by default)
Network mask
Gateway IP address for your network
Device name (optional)
Click the Apply Changes button to save the
Alternatively, you may use the following utilities to configure the IP address:
UDP Config for Linux
To reset the device to factory defaults, toggle DIP1 several times within 5 seconds after
applying power to the device.
 No configuration changes can be stored while DIP2=On.
To change the IP address, set DIP2=Off.
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4) WWW interface of the device
To open the WWW interface of the device:
Enter the IP address into a web browser
Click the IP address in UDP Config
Click the underlined IP address in UDP
The WWW page displays current states of devices and sensors.
Web interface of the device
Overview of current readings
General Setup: IP address, DNS, security (username/password)
SNMP / SNMP Trap configuration (ports and alarm recipients)
Configuration and test
GSM & RFID: Configuration and test in order to use a remote SMS-GW
Log & Time:
Time configuration, NTP server
Connection to a remote portal system
Device name, sensor names, status overview
Control of inputs and alert parameters
Firmware upgrade, save/restore configuration, etc.
Alarm thresholds
User-defined names for
sensors and digital
Action when value
out of range
MIB file for SNMP
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General Setup
Device name, e.g.
“First floor 1”
Three levels of passwords for
device security.
5 destinations for SNMP Traps
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Inserts the specified text
at the beginning of the
e-mail subject line
Sends a test e-mail and
shows the connection log
Periodic Status Settings
Periodical Status
When on, sends an e-mail with device status at the specified intervals. For example
every 24 hours (1440 minutes).
Alarm reminder
When active, sends periodic reminders
that the device is in the Alarm state. For
example every 15 minutes.
To send e-mail, check:
1) Correct Gateway IP address
2) DNS server in network settings
3) SMTP server and port
4) Authentication turned on, correct
username and password
5) Spam filter for your mailbox is
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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IP address of “HWg-SMS-GW”
to use for sending text messages
Recipients' phone no's
Log & Time
Press to synchronize the
time with the specified
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Scans connected sensors and
displays detected sensors
Sensor name will be shown
in e-mails, text messages,
or SNMP traps
Sends a SNMP trap if the “Safe
Range” for this sensor is
Sends an E-mail if the “Safe
Range” for this sensor is
Sends a text message (SMS) if
the “Safe Range” for this sensor is
After connecting sensors or changing RJ11 connections, sensors need to be detected again.
To avoid numerous false alerts
(by e-mail or SMS) whenever the reading
fluctuates around the threshold,
you can use:
1) Hysteresis Idle Range
Tolerance band around the
“Safe Range”. Prevents
multiple alarm alerts.
2) Delay [s]
Delays the information about
alarm beginning and alarm
end by a specified time. Can be used for dry contacts, too.
For details, see the complete “Poseidon family” manual.
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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Enter Digital Input name,
will be shown in e-mails,
text messages or SNMP
Reaction to digital inputs:
 Active if On
Alarm when the contact
closes (1 = On)
 Disabled
 Active if Off
Alarm when the contact
opens (0 = Off)
 Send a SMS
 Send a SNMP Trap
 Send an E-mail
 Disabled
No Alarm
Connecting the inputs
Poseidon2 informs about alarm
activation and deactivation for
each Digital Input and/or sensor.
E-mail format cannot be changed;
sensors may have custom names.
Yellow background in a line with a
sensor or an input means that the
safe range is exceeded but alarm
notification is off.
0 (Off)
1 (On)
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
• Poseidon family manual
For a detailed description of the settings and tabs in the configuration interface,
see the “Poseidon Family” manual. Available on the WEB or the install CD.
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Message from the portal
Enable connection to the remote portal
Click to connect to the portal
AP (AutoPush) configuration
Configures the communication with the portal using the HWg-Push protocol. Poseidon2 is the active
party and establishes the connection periodically and/or whenever a change in a sensor value
exceeds the configured AutoPush value.
The portal connection parameters are pre-filled.
AutoPush configuration
Poseidon2 connects to the portal and notifies a value change whenever a change in the sensor
reading exceeds the configured AutoPush value.
This configuration only applies to the communication between Poseidon2 and the online portal. Local
alarm values are configured in the portal.
For portal connection, check:
1) Correct Gateway IP address
2) DNS server in network settings
3) Correct Server Address of the
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Uploads new firmware from
the PC
Communication Monitor
This function controls a virtual Digital Input that is available in Inputs as “Com Monitor 1” with an ID
of 123. If no communication took place in the specified time using the selected protocols, it sets “Com
Monitor 1” = 0 (Off).
This function is useful e.g. to send a warning e-mail whenever Poseidon2 ceases to be periodically
monitored over SNMP or SCADA.
 Download – retrieve the configuration from the device and store it on the PC.
 Upload – send a saved configuration from the PC to the device.
Configuration changes must be confirmed by clicking the Apply Changes button.
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Software Applications
Windows application that logs
data from all HW group devices
into its internal database.
The application runs in the
background (NTservice). Data are
received from the device over http
or e-mail.
Data can be exported over XML
or automatically stored to MS
Free HWg-PDMS version for 3 sensors
Paid versions for 8 / 20 / 200 / unlimited sensors
Windows application for detecting and reacting
to events.
Detects, for instance, disconnected devices,
failed sensors values out of range, or incoming
SNMP Trap alerts.
Possible responses include sending an
e-mail, activating a relay over the
network, or sending a text message
(SMS) using HWg-SMS-GW.
Other responses include displaying a
warning message in Windows,
starting an application, or
shutting down the computer.
30-day trial version free of charge
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Poseidon Damocles I/O is a command-line utility for Windows and Linux that lets
you control Poseidon and Damocles units over the XML interface. It can display the
states of sensors, inputs and outputs, as well as set an output high or low.
Online portal for collecting data from LAN and GSM sensors.
Poseidon2 can connect to the SensDesk internet service. All devices can be managed from a single
WWW interface. Watch sensor states, display your devices in a map, compare trends in time and
analyze alarm messages.
SensDesk is a way to implement fully functional monitoring of customer technology in a matter of
minutes, with fixed costs of the system. No need for installing a complex system or adding another
server at the customer side.
 Overview of all sensors at a single place
 Centralized alarm configuration for individual sensors
 Mobile application for monitoring
 Remote configuration of GSM devices.
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Supported protocols
SNMP compatibility
RJ45 (100BASE-Tx) – 10/100 Mbps network compatible
Ver.1.00 compatible, partial ver.2.0 implementation
Internal memory
Logged items
250,000 records in flash memory
Sensors, DI, DO
Sensor distance
HWg original accessories: 1-Wire & 1-Wire UNI
Up to 8 sensors in total (temperature + humidity combo sensors count as 2 sensors)
Up to 60m
DI (Digital Inputs for Dry Contacts)
I1, I2, I3, I4
Digital Input (supports NO/NC Dry contact)
1 (On) = 0–500 Ω
Max. distance
Up to 50m
POWER input
Power input
9-30V DC / 2,5W (typically 250 mA)
Connectors: Jack (barrel, inner 2.5 mm outer 6.3 mm) + Terminal Block
POWER output
Current / Connector
Power Out = Power IN (9–30V)
Max. 150mA / Terminal Block
LED status indicators
POWER (RJ45 + top)
LINK & Activity (RJ45)
Setup / Alarm
Green – power OK (top), Ethernet enabled (RJ45)
Yellow - Ethernet connectivity
DIP1: Setup
OFF = Normal state
Load defaults: Set ON, power-up device, toggle 3 times during first 5 seconds
DIP2: Security
ON = Secure mode (online demo) – remote configuration disabled
OFF = Non-secure mode – remote configuration enabled
Physical parameters
Temperature range
Dimensions / Mass
Operating: -30 to +85 °C (-22 to 167 °F) / Storage: -35 to +85 °C (-31 to +185 °F)
145 x 90 x 45 [mm] / 225 g
FCC Part 15, Class B, CE - EN 55022, EN 55024, EN 61000
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Power output
Poseidon2 3266 features the PWR OUT terminals for powering connected
sensors and detectors. For example a smoke detector.
PWR OUT voltage corresponds to the Poseidon 3266 supply voltage!
Inputs – Digital (dry contact) inputs
Digital input terminals may be connected to voltage-free contacts or the GND pin. The inputs are
electrically connected to the 12V power supply. Never connect the inputs to the 48V supply voltage!
Unconnected inputs read as “0 (Off)”
Active inputs read as “1 (On)”
Supported sensors: Any contact without external voltage (dry contact)
Polling period: 800 ms
Range of sensor IDs: Inputs use IDs from 1 to 24
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M2M interface
The product is ready to be connected with third-party SW applications.
For a description of the interfaces (XML format, detailed SNMP description, mapping of Modbus/TCP
variables), see the detailed “Poseidon family” manual.
XML (over HTTP)
SNMP , SNMP traps
SMTP (E-mail)
• For more information, including a detailed description of the M2M
communication interface, see the detailed Poseidon family manual.
SDK (Software Development Kit)
Programmers can take advantage of the HWg SDK (Software Development Kit) with an ActiveX
interface and ready-made examples.
VB - Visual Basic (6.0) - (3xx examples)
Borland C++ (1xx examples)
Microsoft Visual C++ (2xx examples)
C# / .NET (5xx examples)
Borland Delphi (4xx examples)
other examples that do not directly use
SDK functions (all 9xx examples)
The latest version of HWg-SDK is available for download at the HWg website.
You just need to register your e-mail.
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Updating the firmware over the WEB
Upload the .hwg firmware file over http to http://x.x.x.x/upload/.
Connection problems etc. must be avoided during file transfer. If the update fails, upload the firmware
over RS-232.
Firmware in the .HWg format is available at our website, or on the supplied CD.
Restoring factory defaults
To restore the factory default configuration (including deleting all passwords):
1) Turn the device off by disconnecting power.
2) Set DIP1 to ON.
3) Turn the device on.
4) Toggle DIP1 several times during the first 5 seconds after powering up.
• For a detailed product description, see the detailed Poseidon family manual.
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