Setting up 1-Wire temperature sensors

1

Go to the controller settings

To configure the input ports, you must first go to the controller settings:
● Go to Menu - Device Manager● Select the controller to which the 1-Wire bus is connected from the list and click Setup

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2

Configure input ports

● Select the Ports and interfaces item and go to the IN 1-9 tab● On the input ports tab IN1- .. controller inputs are shown as separate cards 

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Note: The input numbers on the cards are the same as the physical inputs on the front of the controller.

3

Select the type of peripheral device

● Select the input you want to configure● In the input settings window select "What is connected?"● From the list of available devices, select the One wire and click on the Save icon

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4

List of sensors on the 1-wire bus

● After clicking the Save icon, the bus will be scanned● As a result, a list of temperature sensors connected to the bus with their addresses will be displayed on the screen

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Note: The current temperature value will be displayed in the sensor list (update period - 1 minute). This function is very useful for identifying a specific sensor in the list of 1-wire bus connections. When the sensor is heated, the temperature value will change, which in turn will be displayed in the sensor list. Thus, after finding the desired sensor, you can specify its name and location. Advanced settings always contain default data. Changing the values in the advanced settings is an optional step if necessary.

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Configure the sensors

● Select the advanced settings iconHere, you can specify the update period:- update period (frequency of updating data of device)- precision (maximal deviation which will not trigger sending new data) 
And if necessary:- offset (correction of received data)
● Save the settings by clicking on the icon and back to the window: settings of the selected input port

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Note: For convenience, at the time of sensor identification, the refresh time should be reduced to 1s to see the change in temperature in real time.

6

Choosing a room

● In the field "Where the device is located" you can specify the location of the sensor● If you need to add a new room, click on the "+" icon located in the upper right corner of the screen, assign a name to the new room, set its type and click on the Save icon

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Note: If you leave this field blank, the location of the peripheral device will be displayed as "not specified", and the Dashboard window will indicate that it is located in the room "----------".

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Name of the sensor

● Return to the settings window of the selected Input port.● In the Name field, for convenience, you should specify the name of the sensor, by which you can uniquely identify it.● Click the Save icon

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Note: If the device name is not specified, the system will assign the default name to the sensor, "temperature sensor"

The result of the described steps:

● The temperature sensor is configured and ready for use. You can view the temperature sensor readings by going to the Dashboard tab. ● A long press on the Temperature sensor card brings up the detailed view screen. Later, the temperature graph and time-temperature data will be displayed here.

Important! If the sensor is not physically connected or the electrical contact at the connections is broken, it will be grayed out as inactive.

How to delete the 1-Wire sensor

If necessary, the sensor can be easily removed from the system:
● go to controller settings● select the desired controller● select the desired port● select the icon What’s connected● find the right sensor● swipe on the sensor on the left● confirm the deletion by clicking on the icon

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Note: All automations in which the thermostat is involved will be removed!

How to delete the 1-Wire bus

If necessary, the bus can be easily removed from the system:
● go to controller settings● select the desired controller● select the desired port● click on the icon● confirm deletion

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Note: All automations in which the thermostat is involved will be removed!

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