[ENG] [2PWR,v2SMS] Plugging External Sensors

It is prohibited to plug sensors and external modules into NetPing devices when a power supply is on!

Configuring a device and receiving notifications from sensors can be seen in the document «Firmware description».

Description of Contacts

To make plugging of sensors to a device convenient, a terminal block is used. To fix wires in a terminal block, use a slotted screwdriver with a slot width of 2,5 mm. Pinout of contacts on a terminal block looks like the next: 

Plugging external sensors through a terminal block of a NetPing 2PWR-220 v2SMS device

ContactDescription
I1-I4IO line 1-4
SCContacts of a digital bus i2C, synchronization line
SDContacts of a digital bus i2C, data line
+Power voltage +5V
GGround (common)

Plugging temperature sensors T811

Eight temperature sensors are plugged in parallel one to another in the same terminals. 

Colored Loop

Contact Name 

Yellow

SC

Green

SD

Red

+

Black

G

Important! It is prohibited to plug temperature sensors with the same identification numbers (ID) to a device.

Set an ID for every temperature sensor using switches on a board of a sensor. To set switches, take off an upper lid of a sensor.

Configuring an address of a temperature sensor T811

Depending on ID, a temperature sensor will be displayed on a corresponding channel in a web interface of a device.

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Otherwise, it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 10 m from each sensor to a device (star topology).

Plugging Temperature Sensors TS/WT

All 8 temperature sensors are plugged in parallel one to another.

Flat Loop

Contact Name

Labeled (red) wire

SC

The first wire after a labeled one

SD

The second wire after a labeled one

+

The third wire after a labeled one

G

Important! it is prohibited to plug temperature sensors with the same identification numbers (ID) to a device.

Depending on ID, a temperature sensor will be displayed on a corresponding channel in a web interface of a device.

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Otherwise, it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 10 m from each sensor to a device (star topology).

Plugging a humidity sensor WS-2

A loop of a sensor is a flat loop with a labeled first wire (red).

Colored Loop

Flat Loop

Contact Name 

Yellow

Labeled (red) wire

SC

Green

The first wire after a labeled one

SD

Red

The second wire after a labeled one

+

Black

The third wire after a labeled one

G

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Otherwise, it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 10 m from each sensor to a device (star topology).

Plugging IR Module IRC-TR v2

Colored Loop

Flat Loop

Contact Name 

Yellow

Labeled (red) wire

SC

Green

The first wire after a labeled one

SD

Red

The second wire after a labeled one

+

Black

The third wire after a labeled one

G

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Otherwise, it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 10 m from each sensor to a device (star topology).

Plugging a Supply Voltage Sensor

A sensor is a «dry contact», therefore the order of connecting wires is irrelevant. The number of plugged sensors is limited only by a number of free IO lines.

Loop

Contact Name

First wire

I1-I4

Second wire

G

The order of connecting wires is irrelevant. Depending on the output (I1-I4) on a terminal block, where a sensor is plugged in, it is displayed on the same channel IO1-IO4 in a web interface of a device.

IO lines, to which sensors are plugged must be configured as the «input» in an interface of a device!

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Or it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 100 m.

Plugging a door sensor

A sensor is a «dry contact», therefore the order of connecting wires is irrelevant. The number of plugged sensors is limited only by a number of free IO lines.

Loop

Contact Name

First wire

I1-I4

Second wire

G

Depending on the output (I1-I4) on a terminal block, where a sensor is plugged in, it is displayed on the same channel IO1-IO4 in a web interface of a device.

IO lines, to which sensors are connected, must be configured as the «input» in an interface of a device!

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Or it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 100 m.

Plugging a leakage sensor

The number of plugged sensors is limited only by a number of free IO lines.

Colored Loop

Contact Name

Green

I1-I4

Yellow (white)

G

Red

+

Black

G

Depending on the output (I1-I4) on a terminal block, where a sensor is plugged in, it is displayed on the same channel IO1-IO4 in a web interface of a device.

IO lines, to which sensors are connected, must be configured as the «input» in an interface of a device!

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Or it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 100 m.

Plugging NetPing AC/DIN sockets

The number of plugged NetPing AC/DIN sockets is limited only by a number of free IO lines.

When connecting a socket to a device, all wires are used, except a brown (white) one. An IO line, to which a NetPing AC/DIN socket is connected, needs to be switched into the «output» statusWhen a status is «logic 0», 220V will be present on an IO line, and a load will be switched on. When a status is «logic 1» on an IO line, a socket will be de-energized, a load switched off.

Important! A brown (white) wire is not used and must stay unplugged!

Loop

Contact Name

Red

+

Black

G

Blue (green)

I1-I4

To commute a load in NetPing AC/DIN, a relay with normally closed contacts is used. This means that if a control wire is unplugged, 220 V will be present in a socket, and a load will be switched on.

A sensor is packaged with an inseparable cable, with connectors on the ends. A cable length can be increased with the help of flat cable extenders of RC-4 sensor, which are sequentially plugged one into another. Or it can be done independently with the help of any wire with a minimum cross section of 0,4 mm2. Maximum allowable length of a flat cable is 100 m.