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The MSM01 Multi-Sensor Module includes
  • an internal Temperature Sensor,
  • an internal Humidity Sensor,
  • 2 Water Leakage Cable Inputs,
  • 4 Digital Inputs for External equipment failure monitoring.

The MSM01 provides the sensor values and External Input events to CM9001-EMS Environmental Monitoring System. CM9001-EMS can be set up to trigger alarms,  dial out and and send SMS messages to programmed telephones.
See http://www.cytech.biz/product_details.php?item_id=505 for the CM9001-EMS Manual and Brochure
MSM01 Webpage http://www.cytech.biz/brochure/msm.html







The default template for EMS with MSM01 is defmsm.cctx

The MSM01 Sensors tab is shown below;




MSM01 Mapping
Temperature Sensor
Map the Internal Temperature Sensor value to a CM9001 Sensor Register. Select a Sensor Register 0 to 31. The CM9001 Sensor register will be constantly updated with the internal Temperature in degrees Celsius. In the default template, the Temperature is mapped to Sensor 1 named “Sens01-Temp1”.

Temp Sensor Change Report This is the minimum change in temperature value before a new value is reported by MSM01 to CM9001. For example a value of 1 means that any change of value >1 will be reported to CM9001. This is to reduce the number of reports to CM9001 if the number of changes is expected to be high. Set to 0 to report any change of value.

Humidity Sensor

Map the Internal Humidity Sensor value to a CM9001 Sensor Register. Select a Sensor Register 0 to 31. The CM9001 Sensor register will be constantly updated with the internal Humidity in % RH. In the default template, the Humidity is mapped to Sensor 2 named “Sens02-Humid1”.

Humidity Sensor Change Report

This is the minimum change in humidity value before a new value is reported by MSM01 to CM9001. For example a value of 1 means that any change of value >1 will be reported to CM9001. This is to reduce the number of reports to CM9001 if the number of changes is expected to be high. Set to 0 to report any change of value.

Water Leakage (1-2)
This applies to Water Leak Inputs 1 and 2.Map the Water Leakage Sensor value to a CM9001 Sensor Register. Select a Sensor Register 0 to 31. The CM9001 Sensor register will be constantly updated with the Water Leakage  sensor value. In the default template, Water Leak Input 1  is mapped to Sensor 3 named “Sens03-Water1, and Water Leak Input 2 is mapped to Sensor 4 named “Sens04-Water2”.

Water Leak (1-2) Sensor Change Report
This is the minimum change in sensor value before a new value is reported by MSM01 to CM9001. For example a value of 1 means that any change of value >1 will be reported to CM9001. This is to reduce the number of reports to CM9001 if the number of changes is expected to be high. Set to 0 to report any change of value.

Input (1-4)  Function
This applies to the 4 external Inputs 1 to 4. Select a Function for the Input; Digital, or 0-10V   




Digital Input means the Input is a Normally Open voltage-free contact, . This is used to connect external inputs from equipment to indicate some failure or Fault. The Digital Input is mapped to a CM9001 Zone 1 to 96 as virtual Input.
0-10V means an analog input from 0 to 10 volts is connected to the Input. This voltage value is mapped to a CM9001 sensor in the range 0 to 255. 0 V = sensor value 0 and 10V = 255
Input (1 – 4) (Sensor or Virtual Input)
For Digital Input, select a CM9001 Zone/Input as Virtual Input.  A Virtual Input is like a Physical Input on CM9001 – it has Zone Type Properties, and triggers an Alarm Type which has up to 16 phone numbers assigned for dial out. Virtual Inputs are a powerful mechanism for activating Alarms based on sensors values. A Zone/Input that is assigned as a Virtual Input will ignore its physical input terminal.

In the default defmsm.cctx file, MSM Inputs 1 to 4 are mapped to UPS Fail, Aircon Fail, CRAC and FM200 respectively. These can be changed as required,


Show Status
When checked the real time values of the assigned sensors and Input registers can be seen, as shown in the screenshot below.





Defmsm.cctx Default Settings

The flowchart below graphicallly summarises the settings provided by the defmsm.cctx file. Note that the settings can be changed as required.





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 MSM01 Webpage with links to Brochure/Datasheet
http://www.cytech.biz/brochure/msm.html



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