Temperature Sensor Control - Motorola HMUG1080 User Manual

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Home Monitoring & Control System

Temperature Sensor Control

The Temperature Sensor measures temperature changes ranging between 14ºF to 104ºF
(-10ºC to 40ºC). The External Temperature Probe, also immersible, extends the range of
temperature monitored to -40ºF and 140ºF (-40ºC and 60ºC). The Temperature Sensor
enables you to monitor the temperature of many environments such as a nursery,
greenhouse, computer room, bedroom, or a wine cellar.
The Temperature Sensor is not a thermostat. It only senses the when the temperature
change crosses your set threshold. For example, if you want to record when the
temperature falls to 32 degrees, if you place the sensor into an environment that is already
below 32 degrees, the sensor does not inform you. Only when the temperature falls past 32
degrees does the sensor notify you.
An entry is created in the event log if the new temperature reported by the device is
different than the current temperature, not outside the temperature range. Refer to
Log
on how to view this.
1
From the Control Panel window in the Edit column, click
device desired. The Temperature Sensor window is displayed:
Item
Sensor Name
Default
Temperature
BTW
Power Mode
2
Adjust the settings desired and click Set. The settings you selected are uploaded to the
device.
Click Default to reset to factory programmed settings or Cancel to ignore any changes.
Description
Rename the sensor.
Select the Temperature
threshold desired. There is a
range of between -40ºF to
139ºF (-40ºC to 60ºC).
If the sensor detects a
temperature beyond either the
low or high setting, and is
configured in the
Event
the gateway alerts you.
Select Normal or Save to
change the power setting.
Selecting Save changes the
sensor to standby mode to
extend battery life, but if
temperature settings are
exceeded, it sends an alert if
configured in
Event
Setup.
28
Working with the MHM Program
to adjust the settings of the
Setup,
Event
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