[ENG] [IOv2] Plugging Sensors

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

Plugging a Door Sensor

A sensor is a «reed contact», therefore the order of connecting wires does not matter.

Loop
NetPing IO v2 Terminal
First wireOne of IO lines – 1 - 4
Second wireGND

A sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line, to which it is connected.

Important! A corresponding IO line must be switched to an “input” mode in settings 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 Shock Sensor PI-90d

A shock sensor is connected by a four-wire line according to the table below:

Loop ColorContact Name
Blue (an output of a zone of light shocks and vibration)One of IO lines – 1 - 8
Green (an output of a zone of hard shocks)One of IO lines – 1 - 8
Red+U
BlackGND

On a body of a sensor body, there are LED indicators, sensitivity adjustment screw and a socket for plugging wires. A corresponding zone will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line, to which it is connected. To adjust a sensitivity of a sensor, a sensitivity adjustment screw is used. Turning a screw clockwise leads to increasing of a sensitivity, while turning it counterclockwise leads to decreasing of a sensitivity. When a sensor registers a shock, a status of a line of a light shock zone and a hard shock zone is switched to a low level for short time only, therefore there is a need to use a mechanism of sending SNMP TRAP notifications by a NetPing IO v2 device.

Important! Corresponding IO lines must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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 Glass Breaking Sensor

Surface security sound detector «Glass-3» is designed to detect breaking glass sheets. A sensor announces alarm by opening contacts of executive relay.  A detector has a possibility to adjust sensitivity, to choose an operating algorithm, light LED indication of a status of a detector with a possibility to switch indication off.

To plug a sensor, there is a need to connect:

Flat CableContact Name
Labelled (red) wire+U
First wire after a labelled oneGND
Second wire after a labelled oneGND
Third wire after a labeled oneOne of IO lines – 1 - 4

Each sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line to which it is connected.

Important! A corresponding IO line must be switched to an “input” mode in settings 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.

Connecting Motion Sensor SWAN-QUAD

To plug a sensor, there is a need to connect:

Colored CableFlat CableContact Name
GreenLabelled (red) wireOne of IO lines – 1 - 4
WhiteFirst wire after a labelled oneGND
BlackSecond wire after a labelled oneGND
RedThird wire after a labelled one+U

Every sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line, to which it is connected.

Important! A corresponding IO line must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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.

Connecting Leakage Sensor H2O

To plug a sensor, there is a need to connect:

Colored CableContact Name
GreenOne of IO lines – 1 - 4
YellowGND
Brown+U
WhiteGND

Every sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line, to which it is connected.

Important! A corresponding IO line must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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 Leakage Sensor, Model 2605

To plug a sensor, there is a need to connect:

Colored CableContact Name
GreenOne of IO lines – 1 - 4
Yellow/WhiteGND
Red+U
BlackGND

Every sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line, to which it is connected.

Important! Corresponding IO line must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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 220V Occurrence Sensor

A sensor is a «dry contact», therefore an order of connecting wires does not matter.

Contact Name
One of IO Lines – 1 - 4
GND

A sensor will be displayed in a device interface as a status of an IO line to which it is connected.

Important! A corresponding IO line must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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

A number of connected NetPing AC/DIN sockets is limited only by a number of available IO lines.

When plugging a socket to a device, all wires are used except for a brown (white) one. An IO line, to which a NetPing AC/DIN socket is connected, needs to be switched to a status «output». When a status is a «logic 0», and 220V is present on an IO line in a socket, the load will be switched on. When a status is «logic 1», and there is no voltage on an IO line in a socket, the load will be switched off.

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

Cable

Contact Name

Red

+U

Black

GND

Blue (green)

One of IO lines – 1 - 4

Plugging a Buzzer Buzzer (mod.STD-3025)

Plugging to an IO line with the use of +12V:

Colored Loop
NetPing IO v2 Terminal
WhiteOne of IO lines – 1 - 4
Red+U (+12V)

Connecting a buzzer to NetPing IO v2

Important! Corresponding IO line must be set to an “input” mode in settings 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.