Configuration
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Configuration

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Note:
Before starting configuration, a new module instance must be created. Click here for more information about creating Module instances.

Each module has an API and Logger section that need to be configured separately. The default settings will be sufficient for this, but users will need to actively open the API and Logger configuration settings and save the default values to fully apply the settings. Click here for more information about API and Logger Configuration.


Channel Configuration

As shown in the screenshot below, multiple connections can be created in the Model Panel by clicking on the burger menu icon. Each connection is named Channel. See below for an explanation of the different configuration options.

Figure 5- Module Configuration(5)Figure 1. Module Configuration


A channel represents the physical medium of connecting one or more devices. Each channel has the following parameters:

  • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
  • Centumb address: Specifies the address of the Centumb unit. The valid range is 0 to 15.
  • Timing:
    • Timeout: Maximum amount of time to wait for a valid response, displayed in milliseconds. The valid range is 100ms to 600,000ms. The default value is set to 10,000ms
    • Retry attempts: Number of communication retries before considering the target device unreachable. The valid range is 0 to 100. The default value is 3
    • Inter-request delay: Delay before sending subsequent requests to the target device, displayed in milliseconds. The valid range is 0ms to 600,000ms. The default is 0ms. 
  • Connection
    • Type: Specifies the connection type that will be established.
      • TCP
      • Serial

When connecting via TCP, the following options are displayed:

  • Config
    • Host: Hostname or IP address of the target device. 
    • TCP port: Determines which TCP Port to connect to. Valid values range from 1 to 65535.
    • Reconnect delay: Time before trying to re-open the connection after a failed attempt, displayed in milliseconds. The minimum value is 1,000ms.

The following image shows an example TCP connection configuration:

Figure 6- TCP Connection ConfiguratiobFigure 2. TCP Connection Configuration


Serial channels include the following options:

  • Config
    • Port name: Serial port as displayed by the operating system. For example, if N3uron is running on Windows, valid port names would be COM1COM2, and so forth. If running on Linux, valid port names would be /dev/ttyS0/dev/ttyS1, and so forth.
    • Reconnect delay: Time before trying to re-open the serial port after a failed attempt, displayed in milliseconds. The minimum value is 1,000ms
    • Port settings:
      • Baud rate: Serial port transfer speed in milliseconds. Valid values are 110, 300, 1200, 2400, 4800, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, or 115200.
      • Data bits: Specifies the number of data bits per data word. Valid values are 5, 6, 7, or 8.
      • Stop bits: Specifies the number of stop bits per data word. Valid values are 1 or 2.
      • Parity: Specifies the type of data parity. Valid values are None, even, mark, odd, or space.
      • Flow Control: Enables the use of RTS and DTR control lines. There are 3 options: NoneRTS/CTS (RS232), and RTS (RS485/RS422).
      • Buffer size: Specifies the Serial communication buffer capacity. The valid range is 128 to 65536.

The image below shows an example serial channel configuration:

Figure 7- Serie Connection ConfigurationFigure 3. Serial Connection Configuration


Device Configuration

Each channel can have one or more devices. The Farell Client module offers the possibility of creating different devices belonging to Farell's UMB and TAF Series. The available devices are shown in the table below: 

Device
UMB-DS/DA
UMB-DS/DA vBA39
UMB-DT
UMB-DT2
UMB-SX
UMB-SD
UMB-BDr
UMB-BD/BD2
TAF-5E/8E
TAF-16E/24E
TAF-8R

Configuration will differ depending on which device is selected. Below you can find the configuration parameters for each of them.

  • UmbDsDa
    • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 8- Device UmbDsDa ConfigurationFigure 4. Device UmbDsDa configuration


  • UmbDsDaBa39
    • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 9- Device UmbDsDaBA39 configurationFigure 5. Device UmbDsDaBA39 configuration


  • UmbDt
    • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 10- Device UmbDt configurationFigure 6. Device UmbDt configuration


  • UmbDt2
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 11- Device UmbDt2 configurationFigure 7. Device UmbDt2 configuration


  • UmbSx
    • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 12- Device UmbSx configurationFigure 8. Device UmbSx configuration


  • UmbSd
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 13- Device UmbSd configurationFigure 9. Device UmbSd configuration


  • UmbBdr
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.
    • Auto-demotion: Defines whether data collection from a device should be paused after multiple successive failures in order to avoid affecting other devices on the same channel.
      • Enabled: When set to Enabled, the device will be paused until the time specified in the Delay field has elapsed.
      • Failures: Specifies the number of successive failures required before demoting the device. The minimum value is and the default value is 3.
      • Delay: Determines the time period before the device will be demoted once the maximum amount of failures has been reached and until a new communication attempt takes place. The minimum value is 1,000 and the default value is 60,000 milliseconds.
    • Frame 94(Type 0)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 1)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 2)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 3)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.

Figure 14- Device UmbBdr configurationFigure 10. Device UmbBdr configuration


  • UmbBdBd2 
    • Enabled: When disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.
    • Auto-demotion: Defines whether data collection from a device should be paused after several successive failures in order to avoid affecting other devices on the same channel.
      • Enabled: When set to enabled, the device will be paused until the time specified in the Delay field has elapsed.
      • Failures: Specifies the number of successive failures required for demoting the device. The minimum value is and the default value is 3.
      • Delay: Determines the time period before the device will be demoted once the maximum amount of failures has been reached and until a new communication attempt takes place. The minimum value is 1,000 and the default value is 60,000 milliseconds.
    • Frame 94(Type 0)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 1)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 2)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.
    • Frame 94(Type 3)
      • Enabled: Enables the reception of frames.

Figure 15- Device UmbBdBd2 configurationFigure 11. Device UmbBdBd2 configuration


  • Taf5E8E
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 16- Taf5E8EFigure 12. Device Taf5E8E configuration


  • Taf16E24E
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Unsolicited Timeout: Maximum amount of time for receiving an unsolicited value update before the quality of the tag is changed to bad quality, displayed in milliseconds. The default value is 0, which means Unsolicited Timeout is deactivated.

Figure 17- Device Taf16E24EFigure 13. Device Taf16E24E configuration


  • Taf8R
    • Enabled: When Disabled, the channel will remain inactive. The default value is set to Enabled.
    • Device ID: Specifies the address of the remote device. The valid range is 1-255.
    • Frame 8R(Write Only)
      • Retry attempts: Number of communication retries before considering the target device as unreachable. The valid range is 0 to 100. The default value is 3.
      • Installer ID: Specifies the installer ID configured in the remote devices by Farell. This parameter is used to differentiate different networks working in the same area. This parameter is specific for UMB-TAF8R devices and is provided by Farell. The valid range is 0-255.
      • Inter-Writes delay: Specifies the time between write retries, in milliseconds.

Figure 18-Device Taf8R configurationFigure 14. Device  Taf8R configuration


Tag Configuration

Channel and device configuration parameters define the settings used for establishing connections to devices. After configuring these elements, users will be able to create and configure all tags associated with the data received from Farell devices, as seen in the below example.

Figure 19- Tag configurationFigure 15. Tag Configuration


The only mandatory settings that need configuring are those contained within the source section. These parameters are listed below.

  • Source
    • Enabled: When Disabled, tags will not be updated with the values received from the device, but instead, will essentially act as memory tags. When set to Enabled, the tag value will be continuously updated with the values received from the field device. The default value is set to Disabled.
    • Module type: Defines the driver type used to retrieve values from the field. In this example, FarellClient must be selected from the drop-down menu. If FarellClient does not appear in the drop-down menu, it means that this driver has not yet been installed on this machine and therefore, must be installed.
    • Module name: Introduce the name of the Farell Client module instance that we previously created.
    • Config:
      • Device: Specify the previously created device that will act as the data source. The format must be Channel/Device. In this case, Channel01/Device01.
      • Device type: Specify the type of the target device. In this case, UMB-DS/DA.
      • Message Type: Specify the Frame ID where the value is received. In this case, 96 (unsolicited).
      • Variable: Specify the signal of the remote device linked to the tag. In this case, Tank Level (%).

The message type depends on the device selected, just as the variables also depend on the message selected from the device. The following table shows the different types of messages and variables available for each device.

UMB-DS/DA
Message type
Variable
Frame 96
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Alarm(negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Tank Level(%)


UMB-DS/DA vBA39
Message type
Variable
Frame 90
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Digital Input 8
Empty Tank Alarm
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Warning (negated)
Tank Level (%)


UMB-DT
Message Type
Variable
Frame 93
Analog Input
Analog Input (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input (Raw Integer)
Digital Input 8
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Low Battery Warning
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter 1 Flow (m3/h) 
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Integer) 
Water Meter 1 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 2 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 2 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 3 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 3 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 4 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 4 Volume (m3)
Frame 96


Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Alarm(negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Tank Level(%)


UMB-DT2
Message Type
Variable
Frame 92
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 1 ( Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 1 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 2
Analog Input 2 ( Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 2 ( Raw Integer)
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Digital Input 8
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Low Battery Warning
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter 1 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 1 Flow ( Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 1 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 2 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 2 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 3 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 3 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 4 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 4 Volume (m3)
Frame 96
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Alarm(negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Tank Level(%)


UMB-SX
Message Type
Variable
Frame 92
Analog Input 1
Analog Input 1( Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 1 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 2
Analog Input 2 ( Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 2 ( Raw Integer)
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Low Battery Warning
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter 1 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 1 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 2 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 2 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 3 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 3 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 4 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 4 Volume (m3)


UMB-SD
Message Type
Variable
Frame 91
Analog Input
Analog Input (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input (Raw Integer)
Digital Input 8
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Flat Period Energy (kWh)
Instant Active Power (kW)
Instant Active Power (Raw Dec. Position)
Instant Active Power (Raw Integer)
Low Battery Warning
Off-Peak Period Energy (kWh)
Peak Period Energy (kWh)
Pump 1 On Operations
Pump 1 Operating Time (h)
Pump 2 On Operations
Pump 2 Operating Time (h)
Pump 3 On Operations
Pump 3 Operating Time (h)
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter Volume (m3)


UMB-BDr
Message Type
Variable
Frame 94 (Type 0)
Analog Input 2
Analog Input 2 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 2 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 3
Analog Input 3 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 3 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 4
Analog Input 4 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 4 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 5
Analog Input 5 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 5 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 6
Analog Input 6 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 6 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 7
Analog Input 7 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 7 (Raw Integer)
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Battery Voltage (Raw Dec. Position)
Battery Voltage (Raw Integer)
Battery Voltage (V)
Current Tariff
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Output 0
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 2
Digital Output 3
Digital Output 4
Digital Output 5
Digital Output 6
Digital Output 7
Digital Output 8
Digital Output 9
Digital Output 10
Digital Output 11
Digital Output 12
Digital Output 13
Digital Output 14
Digital Output 15
Elec. Meter 1 Flat Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Off-Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (kW)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (Raw Dec. Position)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (Raw Integer)
Elec. Meter 2 Flat Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Off-Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (kW)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (Raw Dec. Position)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (Raw Integer)
Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Pump 1 On Operations
Pump 1 On Status
Pump 1 Operating Time (h)
Pump 2 On Operations
Pump 2 On Status
Pump 2 Operating Time (h)
Pump 3 On Operations
Pump 3 On Status
Pump 3 Operating Time (h)
Pump 4 On Operations
Pump 4 On Status
Pump 4 Operating Time (h)
Pump 5 On Operations
Pump 5 On Status
Pump 5 Operating Time (h)
Pump 6 On Operations
Pump 6 On Status
Pump 6 Operating Time (h)
Pump 7 On Operations
Pump 7 On Status
Pump 7 Operating Time (h)
Pump 8 On Operations
Pump 8 On Status
Pump 8 Operating Time (h)
Pump 9 On Operations
Pump 9 Operating Time (h)
Pump 10 On Operations
Pump 10 Operating Time (h)
Tank Level(%)
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter 1 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 1 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 2 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 2 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 3 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 3 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 4 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 4 Volume (m3)
Frame 94 (Type 1)
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Analog Output 3
Analog Output 4
Analog Output 5
Analog Output 6
Analog Output 7
Analog Output 8
Current Tariff
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 49
Digital Input 50
Digital Input 51
Digital Input 52
Digital Input 53
Digital Input 54
Digital Input 55
Digital Input 56
Digital Input 57
Digital Input 58
Digital Input 59
Digital Input 60
Digital Input 61
Digital Input 62
Digital Input 63
Digital Input 64
Digital Output 0
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 10
Digital Output 11
Digital Output 12
Digital Output 13
Digital Output 14
Digital Output 15
Digital Output 16
Digital Output 17
Digital Output 18
Digital Output 19
Digital Output 2
Digital Output 20
Digital Output 21
Digital Output 22
Digital Output 23
Digital Output 24
Digital Output 25
Digital Output 26
Digital Output 27
Digital Output 28
Digital Output 29
Digital Output 3
Digital Output 30
Digital Output 31
Digital Output 4
Digital Output 5
Digital Output 6
Digital Output 7
Digital Output 8
Digital Output 9
Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Pump 1 On Status
Pump 2 On Status
Pump 3 On Status
Pump 4 On Status
Pump 5 On Status
Pump 6 On Status
Pump 7 On Status
Pump 8 On Status
Trespassing Counter
Frame 94 (Type 2)
Analog Input 8
Analog Input 8 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 8 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 9
Analog Input 9 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 9 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 10
Analog Input 10 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 10 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 11
Analog Input 11 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 11 (Raw Integer)
Analog Output 3
Analog Output 4
Analog Output 5
Analog Output 6
Analog Output 7
Analog Output 8
Digital Input 49
Digital Input 50
Digital Input 51
Digital Input 52
Digital Input 53
Digital Input 54
Digital Input 55
Digital Input 56
Digital Input 57
Digital Input 58
Digital Input 59
Digital Input 60
Digital Input 61
Digital Input 62
Digital Input 63
Digital Input 64
Digital Output 16
Digital Output 17
Digital Output 18
Digital Output 19
Digital Output 20
Digital Output 21
Digital Output 22
Digital Output 23
Digital Output 24
Digital Output 25
Digital Output 26
Digital Output 27
Digital Output 28
Digital Output 29
Digital Output 30
Digital Output 31
Pump 11 On Operations
Pump 11 Operating Time (h)
Pump 12 Operating Time (h)
Water Meter 5 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 5 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 5 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 5 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 6 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 6 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 6 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 6 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 7 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 7 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 7 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 7 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 7 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 8 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 8 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 8 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 8 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 8 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 9 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 9 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 9 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 9 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 9 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 10 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 10 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 10 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 10 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 10 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 11 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 11 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 11 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 11 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 11 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 12 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 12 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 12 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 12 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 12 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 13 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 13 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 13 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 13 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 13 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 14 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 14 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 14 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 14 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 14 Volume T2 (m3)
Frame 94 (Type 3)
Pumping 0 as Main
Pumping 0 No Reception Alarm
Pumping 0 Online
Pumping 0 Remote ID
Pumping 1 as Main
Pumping 1 No Reception Alarm
Pumping 1 Online
Pumping 1 Remote ID
Tank 0: Digital Input 3
Tank 0: Digital Input 4
Tank 0: Digital Input 5
Tank 0: Digital Input 6
Tank 0: Digital Input 7
Tank 0: Flat Tariff Max. Level
Tank 0: Flat Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Level(%)
Tank 0: Low Battery Warning
Tank 0: Main Pump Status
Tank 0: Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Tank 0: Max. Level Alarm Bis (Negated)
Tank 0: Min. Level Alarm
Tank 0: Off-Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Peak Tariff Max. Level
Tank 0: Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Step 1 Pump Status
Tank 0: Step 2 Pump Status
Tank 0: Step 3 Pump Status
Tank 1: Digital Input 3
Tank 1: Digital Input 4
Tank 1: Digital Input 5
Tank 1: Digital Input 6
Tank 1: Digital Input 7
Tank 1: Flat Tariff Max. Level
Tank 1: Flat Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Level (%)
Tank 1: Low Battery Warning
Tank 1: Main Pump Status
Tank 1: Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Tank 1: Max. Level Alarm Bis (Negated)
Tank 1: Min. Level Alarm
Tank 1: Off-Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Peak Tariff Max. Level
Tank 1: Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Step 1 Pump Status
Tank 1: Step 2 Pump Status
Tank 1: Step 3 Pump Status
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 3
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 4
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 5
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 3
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 4
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 5
Frame 96
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Alarm(negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Tank Level(%)


UMB-BD/BD2
Message Type
Variable
Frame 94 (Type 0)
Analog Input 2
Analog Input 2 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 2 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 3
Analog Input 3 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 3 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 4
Analog Input 4 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 4 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 5
Analog Input 5 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 5 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 6
Analog Input 6 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 6 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 7
Analog Input 7 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 7 (Raw Integer)
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Battery Voltage (Raw Dec. Position)
Battery Voltage (Raw Integer)
Battery Voltage (V)
Current Tariff
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Output 0
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 2
Digital Output 3
Digital Output 4
Digital Output 5
Digital Output 6
Digital Output 7
Digital Output 8
Digital Output 9
Digital Output 10
Digital Output 11
Digital Output 12
Digital Output 13
Digital Output 14
Digital Output 15
Elec. Meter 1 Flat Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Off-Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (kW)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (Raw Dec. Position)
Elec. Meter 1 Power (Raw Integer)
Elec. Meter 2 Flat Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Off-Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Peak Energy (kWh)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (kW)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (Raw Dec. Position)
Elec. Meter 2 Power (Raw Integer)
Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Pump 1 ON Operations
Pump 1 ON Status
Pump 1 Operating Time (h)
Pump 2 ON Operations
Pump 2 ON Status
Pump 2 Operating Time (h)
Pump 3 ON Operations
Pump 3 ON Status
Pump 3 Operating Time (h)
Pump 4 ON Operations
Pump 4 ON Status
Pump 4 Operating Time (h)
Pump 5 ON Operations
Pump 5 ON Status
Pump 5 Operating Time (h)
Pump 6 On Operations
Pump 6 On Status
Pump 6 Operating Time (h)
Pump 7 ON Operations
Pump 7 ON Status
Pump 7 Operating Time (h)
Pump 8 ON Operations
Pump 8 ON Status
Pump 8 Operating Time (h)
Pump 9 ON Operations
Pump 9 ON Status
Pump 9 Operating Time (h)
Pump 10 ON Operations
Pump 10 Operating Time (h)
Tank Level (%)
Trespassing Counter
Water Meter 1 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 1 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 1 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 2 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 2 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 2 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 3 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 3 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 3 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 4 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 4 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 4 Volume (m3)
Frame 94 (Type 1)
Analog Output 1
Analog Output 2
Analog Output 3
Analog Output 4
Analog Output 5
Analog Output 6
Analog Output 7
Analog Output 8
Current Tariff
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 49
Digital Input 50 
Digital Input 51
Digital Input 52
Digital Input 53
Digital Input 54
Digital Input 55
Digital Input 56
Digital Input 57
Digital Input 58
Digital Input 59
Digital Input 60
Digital Input 61
Digital Input 62
Digital Input 63
Digital Input 64
Digital Output 0
Digital Output 1
Digital Output 10
Digital Output 11
Digital Output 12
Digital Output 13
Digital Output 14
Digital Output 15
Digital Output 16
Digital Output 17
Digital Output 18
Digital Output 19
Digital Output 2
Digital Output 20
Digital Output 21
Digital Output 22
Digital Output 23
Digital Output 24
Digital Output 25
Digital Output 26
Digital Output 27
Digital Output 28
Digital Output 29
Digital Output 3
Digital Output 30
Digital Output 31
Digital Output 4
Digital Output 5
Digital Output 6
Digital Output 7
Digital Output 8
Digital Output 9
Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Pump 1 ON Status
Pump 2 ON Status
Pump 3 ON Status
Pump 4 ON Status
Pump 5 ON Status
Pump 6 ON Status
Pump 7 ON Status
Pump 8 ON Status
Trespassing Counter
Frame 94 (Type 2)
Analog Input 8
Analog Input 8 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 8 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 9
Analog Input 9 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 9 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 10
Analog Input 10 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 10 (Raw Integer)
Analog Input 11
Analog Input 11 (Raw Dec. Position)
Analog Input 11 (Raw Integer)
Analog Output 3
Analog Output 4
Analog Output 5
Analog Output 6
Analog Output 7
Analog Output 8
Digital Input 49
Digital Input 50
Digital Input 51
Digital Input 52
Digital Input 53
Digital Input 54
Digital Input 55
Digital Input 56
Digital Input 57
Digital Input 58
Digital Input 59
Digital Input 60
Digital Input 61
Digital Input 62
Digital Input 63
Digital Input 64
Digital Output 16
Digital Output 17
Digital Output 18
Digital Output 19
Digital Output 20
Digital Output 21
Digital Output 22
Digital Output 23
Digital Output 24
Digital Output 25
Digital Output 26
Digital Output 27
Digital Output 28
Digital Output 29
Digital Output 30
Digital Output 31
Pump 11 ON Operations
Pump 11 Operating Time (h)
Pump 12 Operating Time (h)
Water Meter 5 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 5 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 5 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 5 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 6 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 6 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 6 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 6 Volume (m3)
Water Meter 7 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 7 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 7 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 7 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 7 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 8 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 8 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 8 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 8 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 8 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 9 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 9 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 9 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 9 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 9 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 10 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 10 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 10 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 10 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 10 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 11 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 11 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)1
Water Meter 11 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 11 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 11 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 12 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 12 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 12 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 12 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 12 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 13 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 13 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 13 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 13 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 13 Volume T2 (m3)
Water Meter 14 Flow (m3/h)
Water Meter 14 Flow (Raw Dec. Position)
Water Meter 14 Flow (Raw Integer)
Water Meter 14 Volume T1 (m3)
Water Meter 14 Volume T2 (m3)
Frame 94 (Type 3)
Pumping 0 as Main
Pumping 0 No Reception Alarm
Pumping 0 Online
Pumping 0 Remote ID
Pumping 1 as Main
Pumping 1 No Reception Alarm
Pumping 1 Online
Pumping 1 Remote ID
Tank 0: Digital Input 3
Tank 0: Digital Input 4
Tank 0: Digital Input 5
Tank 0: Digital Input 6
Tank 0: Digital Input 7
Tank 0: Flat Tariff Max. Level
Tank 0: Flat Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Level (%)
Tank 0: Low Battery Warning
Tank 0: Main Pump Status
Tank 0: Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Tank 0: Max. Level Alarm Bis (Negated)
Tank 0: Min. Level Alarm
Tank 0: Off-Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Peak Tariff Max. Level
Tank 0: Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 0: Step 1 Pump Status
Tank 0: Step 2 Pump Status
Tank 0: Step 3 Pump Status
Tank 1: Digital Input 3
Tank 1: Digital Input 4
Tank 1: Digital Input 5
Tank 1: Digital Input 6
Tank 1: Digital Input 7
Tank 1: Flat Tariff Max. Level
Tank 1: Flat Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Level (%)
Tank 1: Low Battery Warning
Tank 1: Main Pump Status
Tank 1: Max. Level Alarm (Negated)
Tank 1: Max. Level Alarm Bis (Negated)
Tank 1: Min. Level Alarm  
Tank 1: Off-Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Peak Tariff Max. Level
Tank 1: Peak Tariff Min. Level
Tank 1: Step 1 Pump Status
Tank 1: Step 2 Pump Status
Tank 1: Step 3 Pump Status
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 3
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 4
Tank Unit 0: Digital Input 5
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 3
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 4
Tank Unit 1: Digital Input 5
Frame 96
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Low Battery Warning
Max. Level Alarm(negated)
Min. Level Alarm
Tank Level(%)


TAF-5E/8E
Message Type
Variable
Frame 8E
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Installer ID
Low Battery Warning
Off-peak pump status
Peak-pump status
Frame 8F
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Installer ID
Low Battery Warning
Off-peak pump status
Peak-pump status


TAF-16E/24E
Message Type
Variable
Frame 8D
Digital Input 1
Digital Input 2
Digital Input 3
Digital Input 4
Digital Input 5
Digital Input 6
Digital Input 7
Digital Input 8
Digital Input 9
Digital Input 10 
Digital Input 11
Digital Input 12
Digital Input 13
Digital Input 14
Digital Input 15
Digital Input 16
Digital Input 17
Digital Input 18
Digital Input 19
Digital Input 20
Digital Input 21
Digital Input 22
Digital Input 23
Digital Input 24
Installer ID
Low Battery Warning


TAF-8R
Message Type
Variable
Frame 8R (Write only)Write-Only Value




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