[ENG] 5.4. [DKSF 70/71.6 IU] Browsing Readings and Configuring Parameters of Humidity Sensors in a Web Interface

To browse readings and configure parameters of humidity sensors, there is a need to go to the page «HUMIDITY» of a device web interface:

Browsing readings and configuring parameters of humidity sensors in UniPing server solution v3SMS

where:

Relative humidity – is readings of a sensor that determines a relative humidity, in %.

Status of RH – is a parameter that determines a status of a humidity sensor in a current moment of time. Possible variants are: «failure», «below safe», «safe», «above safe».

Temperature – is readings of a temperature sensor, which is built into a humidity sensor, in °C.

Status of temperature – is a parameter that determines a status of a temperature sensor, built in a humidity sensor in a current moment of time. Possible variants are: «failure», «below safe», «safe», «above safe».

Top Margin of Humidity Safe Range, % – is a humidity value having increased which the sensor is switched to a status «above safe». Hysteresis is ± 1 percentage point. On default: 85

Bottom Margin of Humidity Safe Range, % – is a humidity value having decreased which the sensor is switched to a status «below safe». Hysteresis is  ± 1 percentage point. On default: 5

Top Margin of Temperature Safe Range, °C – is a temperature value having increased which a sensor is switched to a status «above safe». Hysteresis is ± 1°C. On default: 60

Bottom Margin of Temperature Safe Range, °C – is a temperature value having decreased which a sensor is switched to a status «below safe». Hysteresis is ± 1°C. On default: 10

Dew Point – is a temperature of a dew point, which is calculated from the readings of relative humidity and temperature, in °C.