W10019 is a wireless, battery powered temperature and humidity sensor. Native modbus map
grants seamless integration into the DDC/SCADA system. The communication is based on the
encrypted Midam KFP protocol, which allows to update the device firmware on a wireless
basis. IP65 protection level ensures reliable function of the sensor even in harsh environment.
- HVAC control
- Measurement of temperature and humidity
- Wireless integration into SCADA control systems
The wireless temperature/humidity sensor W10019
measures temperature and relative humidity in non-aggressive
environments using the probe situated outside the device
body. The values are transmitted through the 868 MHz
unlicensed band to the WCOM51 gateway.
The device has factory-set values to ensure the correct default
function and allows direct reading and writing of values to the
Modbus map, which is available in a separate document.
All settings are also stored in the Modbus map directly in the
device. Before using the device for the first time, it is necessary
to pair it and it is recommended to perform individual
configuration, especially to enter the encryption password.
Modbus protocol for W10019 for downloading HERE.
SCADA system integration
The controller can be integrated into DDC or SCADA systems directly via the WCOM51 wireless gateway.
To pair your own sensors with the WCOM51 GSM gateway, the freely downloadable KFP-Lite softwareis available, which communicates with the gateway using the WUSB01 wireless USB configurator. Both devices must be powered and placed in close proximity to each other. Using the search function in the software interface, you can view a list of all available devices in range and assign or modify parameters based on the wireless identification code for each individual device.
Using KFP-Lite, it is possible to change the communication frequency (default value 868.95 MHz).
DOWNLOAD KFP-LITE FOR FREE HERE.
Remove the front cover lid of the sensor. Use wide flat screw driver or appropriate plastic tool which fits into slots between the cover
and body of the sensor. Remove old batteries from the bracket and place new batteries. Observe the battery type and polarity.
Always replace both bateries with fresh ones. Then put the sensor cover back and press both parts of the sensor tight to ensure the
IP protection again.