*For other MODBUS interpretation documentation, see following links.*

Serial MODUBS Gateway - Wireless Device Register Definitions

Serial MODUBS Gateway - Sensor Fast Read Register (FRR) Definitions

#### Definitions

**Register** - Addressable 16-bit pieces of data within a MODBUS device.

**Integer** - A positive or negative whole number

**Concatenate** - Concatenate, concatenation, or concat is a term that describes combining a string, text, or other data in a series without any gaps.

**NA** - Not Applicable

**u8** - UnSigned Int8

**u16** - UnSigned Int16

**u32** - UnSigned Int32

**u64** - UnSigned Int64

**s8** - Signed Int8

**s16** - Signed Int16

**FRR** - Fast Read Register

**MSV** - Most Significant Value

**LSV** - Least Significant Value

**PSIG** - PSIG (pound-force per square inch gauge) is a unit of pressure relative to the surrounding atmosphere. By contrast, PSIA measures pressure relative to a vacuum (such as that in space).

**_H** - Suffix identifying the HIGH or first bits of an integer at least 16 bits long.

**_L** - Suffix identifying the LOW or last bits of an integer at least 16 bits long.

**Profile**

**Sensor Name**

**Data Type**

**Data Points Presented**

**Unit**

**Interpretation**

**Concatenation**

*The sensor profile number*

*Name of the sensor*

*Describes the base data type being generated by the sensor. *Each row correlates to its own data point*

*General description of the data present in the FRRs.*

*Units of measurement for each data point*

*Describes how to interpret the raw sensor data sent to the gateway. The data is stored in 16 bit Registers. Included is a breakdown of each register, any calculations required to convert the data to usable values, as well as the acceptable range of the sensor.*

*When receiving data larger than 16 bit format, concatenating registers will be required to reconstruct the original value. The concatenation order may change depending on sensor requirements; it is detailed below.*

2

Temperature

s16

Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

3

Dry Contact

u8

Open/Closed

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = Open Loop 1 = Closed Loop Data0 = Open/Closed Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

4

Water Detect

u8

Not Present / Present

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = Not Present 1 = Present Data0 = Not Present / Present Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

5

Activity Detection

u8

Motion Detected / No Motion Detected

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = No Motion Detected 1 = Motion Detected Data0 = No Motion Detected / Motion Detected Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

9

Open/Closed

u8

Open/Closed

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = Open Loop 1 = Closed Loop Data0 = Open/Closed Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

11

Button

u8

Checking In / Pressed

Integer

0 = Checking In 1 = Pressed Data0 = Checking In / Pressed Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

12

Control

u8

Relay 1: On/Off; Relay 2: On/Off

Integer

0 = Both Relays: OFF 1 = Relay 1: ON 2 = Relay 2: ON 3 = Both Relays: ON Data0 = RelayState Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

15

G-Force Snapshot

s16 s16 s16

X-Axis Y-Axis Z-Axis

G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G)

Formula: Divide by 1000 for 3 decimal resolution. Example: 2715 / 1000 = 2.715 Range: -8.000 G to 8.000 G Data0 = X-Axis Data1 = Y-Axis Data2 = Z-Axis Data3 - Data7 = NA

NA

16

Impact

u8

Force Detected / No Force Detected

Integer

Convert value to binary, each bit represents a different data point generated by the sensor. Definitions for each bit are listed below. Example: 187 = 1011 1011 Byte: hgfe dcba Bit0 (a) - X Polarity: 0 = g+ 1 = g- Bit1 (b) - X Event: 0 = none 1 = happened Bit2 © - Y Polarity: 0 = g+ 1 = g- Bit3 (d) - Y Event: 0 = none 1 = happened Bit4 (e) - Z Polarity: 0 = g+ 1 = g- Bit5 (f) - Z Event: 0 = none 1 = happened Bit6 (g) - EA: 0 = none 1 = Global Event happened Bit7 (h) - Internal Communication Problems Data0 = ForceDetection Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

21

NA

22

0-20 mA Current

u16

Current

Milliamps (mA)

Formula: Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 744 / 100 = 7.44 mA Range: 0 mA to 24mA Data0 = Current Data1 - Data7 = NA

26

NA

28

NA

32

NA

35

High Temperature

s16

Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

36

NA

43

Humidity

s16 s16

Temperature Relative Humidity

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Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal resolution. Example: 2710 / 100 = 27.10 C, 4555 / 100 = 45.55% Range: -40.0 C to 125.0 C, 00.00% to 100.00% Data0 = Temperature Data1 = Humidity Data2 - Data7 = NA

NA

46

Low Temperature

s16

Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -200.0 to 162.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

56

H2S

s16 s16 s16 u16

Temperature H2S Instant H2S TWA For Internal Use Only

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 1000 for 1 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 1000 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C 17800 / 1000 = 17.8 PPM Range: -40.0 C to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 = H2S Instant Data2 = H2S TWA Data3 = For Internal Use Only Data4 - Data7 = NA

NA

59

NA

64

Voltage Detect 500VAC

u8

No Voltage Present / Voltage Present

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = No Voltage Present 1 = Voltage Present Data0 = No Voltage Present / Voltage Present Data1 - Data 7 = NA

NA

65

Water Temperature

s16

Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

67

Commercial Ultrasonic

u16

Distance

Centimeters (CM)

Distance from target in CM. Range: 10 CM to 400 CM Data0 = Distance Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

70

Resistance

u32

Resistance

Ohms (O)

Data produced by the sensor is in u32 format. 2 Registers are needed to contain this value. Concatenate the Registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal point resolution Example: 2,471,234 / 10 = 247,123.4 O Range: 0 to 250,000.0 O Data0 = Resistance_L Data1 = Resistance_H Data2 - Data7 = NA

Resistance = [Data1]+[Data0] Example Data0 = 12766 Data1 = 16 Concatenate: [16]+[12766] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0010]+[0x31DE] = 0x001031DE *Convert to decimal* 0x001031DE = 1,061,342 Apply Formula: 1,061,342 / 10 = 106,134.2 Resistance = 106,134.2 O

71

NA

72

0-5 VDC

u16

Voltage

Volts (V)

Formula: Divide by 1000 to get 1 decimal point resolution. Example: 3400 / 1000 = 3.4 V Range: 0 V to 5 V Data0 = Volts Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

74

0-10 VDC

u16

Voltage

Volts (V)

Formula: Divide by 1000 to get 1 decimal point resolution. Example: 7400 / 1000 = 7.4 V Range: 0 V to 10 V Data0 = Volts Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

75

Tilt

s16 s16

Pitch Roll

Degrees (°) Degrees (°)

Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 17518 / 100 = 175.18° Range: -180.00° to 180.00° Data0 = Pitch Data1 = Roll Data2 - Data7 = NA

NA

78

Water Rope

u8

No Water Present / Water Present

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = No Water Present 1 = Water Present Data0 = No Water Present / Water Present Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

79

Pressure 50

u16

Pressure

Pounds/Square Inch (PSIG)

Formula: Divide by 10 to get 1 decimal point resolution. Example: 359 / 10 = 35.9 PSI Range: 0 PSI to 50 PSI Data0 = Pressure Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

82

Pressure 300

u16

Pressure

Pounds/Square Inch (PSIG)

Formula: Divide by 10 to get 1 decimal point resolution. Example: 2595 / 10 = 259.5 PSI Range: 0 PSI to 300 PSI Data0 = Pressure Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

83

Pressure Custom

u16

Pressure

Pounds/Square Inch (PSIG)

Formula: Divide by 10 to get 1 decimal point resolution. Example: 359 / 10 = 35.9 PSI Range: 0 PSI to 50 PSI Data0 = Pressure Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

84

Duct Temperature

s16

Temperature

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NA

86

Thermocouple

s16

Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -100.0 to 400.0 C Data0 = Temperature Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

90

Pulse Counter(64)

u64

Count

Pulses

Data produced by the sensor is in u64 format. 4 Registers are required to store this value. Concatenate the Registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Range: 0 to 2^64-1 Data0 = Count1 (MSB) Data1 = Count2 Data2 = Count3 Data3 = Count4 (LSB) Data4 - Data7 = NA

Count = [Data0]+[Data1]+[Data2]+[Data3] Example Data0 = 0 Data1 = 1 Data2 = 53327 Data3 = 7879 Concatenate: [0]+[1]+[53327]+[7879] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0000]+[0x0001]+[D04F]+[1EC7] = 0x00000001D04F1EC7 *Convert to decimal* 0x00000001D04F1EC7 = 7,789,813,447 Count = 7,789,813,447 Pulses

92

Quad Temp

s16 s16 s16 s16

Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature1 Data1 = Temperature2 Data2 = Temperature3 Data3 = Temperature4 Data4 - Data7 = NA

NA

93

Current Meter 20A

u64 u16 u16 u16

Accumulate Avg Current Max Current Min Current

Amp Hours (Ah) Amps (A) Amps (A) Amps (A)

Data produced by the sensor is in multiple formats. 4 Registers are required to store the u64 value. Concatenate the registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Apply formula after concatenation. Formula: Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 1567 / 100 = 15.67 A/Ah Range: 0 A to 50 A *Physical hardware limitations* Data0 = Acc4 Data1 = Acc3 Data2 = Acc2 Data3 = Acc1 Data4 = AvgCurrent Data5 = MaxCurrent Data6 = MinCurrent Data7 = NA

Accumulate = [Data3]+[Data2]+[Data1]+[Data0] Example Data0 = 21847 Data1 = 520 Data2 = 0 Data3 = 0 Concatenate: [0]+[0]+[520]+[21847] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0000]+[0x0000]+[0x0208]+[0x5557] = 0x0000000002085557 *Convert to decimal* 0x0000000002085557 = 34,100,567 Apply Formula: 34,100,567 / 100 = 341,005.67 Accumulate = 341,005.67 Ah

94

Current Meter 150A

u64 u16 u16 u16

Accumulate Avg Current Max Current Min Current

Amp Hours (Ah) Amps (A) Amps (A) Amps (A)

Data produced by the sensor is in multiple formats. 4 Registers are required to store the u64 value. Concatenate the registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Apply formula after concatenation. Formula: Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 1567 / 100 = 15.67 A/Ah Range: 0 A to 200 A *Physical hardware limitations* Data0 = Acc4 Data1 = Acc3 Data2 = Acc2 Data3 = Acc1 Data4 = AvgCurrent Data5 = MaxCurrent Data6 = MinCurrent Data7 = NA

Accumulate = [Data3]+[Data2]+[Data1]+[Data0] Example Data0 = 21847 Data1 = 520 Data2 = 0 Data3 = 0 Concatenate: [0]+[0]+[520]+[21847] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0000]+[0x0000]+[0x0208]+[0x5557] = 0x0000000002085557 *Convert to decimal* 0x0000000002085557 = 34,100,567 Apply Formula: 34,100,567 / 100 = 341,005.67 Accumulate = 341,005.67 Ah

95

Vibration Meter

u8 u8 u8 u8 u8 u8 u8

X Speed Y Speed Z Speed X MaxFreq Y MaxFreq Z MaxFreq Duty Cycle

Millimeters Per Second (MM/S) Millimeters Per Second (MM/S) Millimeters Per Second (MM/S) Hertz (Hz) Hertz (Hz) Hertz (Hz) Percentage (%)

Formulas Speed: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Frequency: No calculation required. Duty Cycle: No calculation required. Example: 235 / 10 = 23.5 mm/s Range: 0 to 255, 0 to 255, 0 to 100 Data0_L = X Speed (u8) Data0_H = Y Speed (u8) Data1_L = Z Speed (u8) Data1_H = X MaxFreq Data2_L = Y MaxFreq Data2_H = Z Max Freq Data3_L = Duty Cycle Data3_H = NA Data4 - Data7 = NA

X Speed = [Data0_L] Y Speed = [Data0_H] Z Speed = [Data1_L] X MaxFreq = [Data1_H] Y MaxFreq = [Data2_L] Z maxFreq = [Data2_H] Duty Cycle = [Data3_L] Example Data0 = 1250 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? [0x04E2] Data1 = 10456 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? [0x28D8] Data2 = 7123 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? [0x1BD3] Data3 = 75 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? [0x004B] Concatenate: Data3 Data2 Data1 Data0 [0x004B]+[0x1BD3]+[0x28D8]+[0x04E2] = 0x00941BD328D804E2 -> BreakOut into bytes D3_H D3_L D2_H D2_L D1_H D1_L D0_H D0_L [0x00] [0x4B] [0x1B] [0xD3] [0x28] [0xD8] [0x04] [0xE2] ? Convert to decimal Apply Formula: X Speed = 226/10 = 22.6 mm/s Y Speed = 4/10 = 0.4 mm/s Z Speed = 216/10 = 21.6 mm/s X MaxFreq = 40 Hz Y MaxFreq = 211 Hz Z MaxFreq = 27 Hz Duty Cycle = 75%

97

Thermostat

s16 s16 u8

Temerature Humidity State

Celcius © Relative Humidity (%) Integer

Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal resolution. Covert to Binary to identify what states are active. Each bit corresponds to an individual state. See State/Bit definitions below. Example: 2710 / 10 = 27.10 C, 4555 / 100 = 45.55%, 13 = 0000 1101 (LSV) Bit0 - Heater State 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit1 - Cooler State 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit2 - Fan State 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit3 - Occupancy State 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit4 - Fan Override 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit5 - Occupied Overried 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Bit6 - Unoccupied Overried 0 = OFF / 1 = ON (MSV) Bit7 - Settings Lockout 0 = OFF / 1 = ON Range: -40.0 C to 85.0 C, 00.00% to 100.00%, 0 to 255 Data0 = Temperature Data1 = Humidity Data2 = State Data3 - Data7 = NA

NA

98

NA

100

NA

101

PIR

u8

Motion Detected / No Motion Detected

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = No Motion Detected 1 = Motion Detected Data0 = NoMotion / Motion Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

102

Air Quality

u16 u16 u16 u8

PM 1 PM 2.5 PM 10 For Internal Use Only

Micrograms/meter cubed (ug/m^3) Micrograms/meter cubed (ug/m^3) Micrograms/meter cubed (ug/m^3) Integer

No conversion required. Range: 0 to 1000 ug/m^3 Data0 = PM1_0 Data1 = PM2_5 Data2 = PM10 Data3 = For Internal Use Only Data4 - Data7 = NA

NA

103

Differential Pressure

s16 s16

Pressure Temperature

Pascals (Pa) Celcius ©

Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 2710 / 10 = 271.0 Pa, 455 / 10 = 45.5 C Range: -500 to 500 Pa, -40.0 C to 125.0 C Data0 = Pressure Data1 = Temperature Data2 - Data7 = NA

NA

105

Industrial Ultrasonic

u16

Distance

Centimeters (CM)

Distance from target in CM. Range: 10 CM to 400 CM Data0 = Distance Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

106

CO2 Meter

s16 s16 s16 s16

Avg C02 TWA C02 For Internal Use Only For Internal Use Only

Parts Per Million (PPM) Parts Per Million (PPM) Integer Integer

Displays C02 in parts per million. Example: C02 Instantaneous: 2710 PPM, C02 TWA: 100 PPM Range: 0 to 10,000 PPM, 0 to 10,000 PPM Data0 = Avg C02 Data1 = TWA C02 Data2 = For Internal Use Only Data3 = For Internal Use Only Data4 - Data7 = NA

NA

107

Light Meter

u32 u8

Intensity Light/No Light

Luminescence/unit area (LUX) Integer

Data produced by the sensor is in multiple formats. The u32 value requires 2 Registers in order to contain this data. Concatenate the Registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal point resolution Example: 94,531 / 100 = 945.31 LUX Range: 0 - 1000 LUX, 0 = No Light / 1 = Light Data0 = Intensity_L Data1 = Intensity_H Data2 = NoLight / Light Data3 - Data7 = NA

Intensity = [Data1]+[Data0] Example Data0 = 28995 Data1 = 1 Concatenate: [1]+[28995] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0001]+[0x7143] = 0x00017143 *Convert to decimal* 0x00017143 = 94,531 Apply Formula: 94,531 / 100 = 945.31 Intensity = 945.31 LUX

109

Three Phase 150A

u32 u16 u16 u16

Accumulate (MSB) Accumulat (LSB) Phase1 AvgCurrent Phase2 AvgCurrent Phase3 AvgCurrent

Amp Hours (Ah) Amps (A) Amps (A) Amps

*This sensor produces more data than what can be stored in the 8 available Registers. The data is produced in multiple formats. Omitted data will only be accessable through a different gateway type. Formula: u8 Data - No calculation required. u16 Data - Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution.

111

Advanced Vibration

u16 u16 u16 u16 u16 u16 u8 s16 u8 u8 u8 u8

X Vibration Y Vibration Z Vibration X Frequency Y Frequency Z Frequency Mode Temperature Duty Cycle* X Crest Factor* Y Crest Factor* Z Crest Factor*

mm/s^2 OR mm/s OR mm mm/s^2 OR mm/s OR mm mm/s^2 OR mm/s OR mm Hertz (Hz) Hertz (Hz) Hertz (Hz) Unitless Celsius © % Unitless Unitless Unitless

*This sensor produces more data than can be stored in the available 8 Data Registers.Duty Cycle and Crest Factor are not available. Vibration can be configured to measure in Acceleration, Velocity, or Displacement and this will determine the units of measurement. Formulas Vibration (Velocity): Divide by 100 for 0.01 mm/s resolution. or Vibration (Acceleration): Multiply by 10 for 10 mm/s^2 resolution.** or Vibration (Displacement): Divide by 100 for 0.01 mm resolution.** Frequency: Divide by 5 for 0.2 Hz resolution resolution. Mode: 0 = Velocity RMS, 1 = Acceleration RMS, 2= Acceleration Time Peak, 4 = Displacement. Temperature: Divide by 10 for 0.1 C resolution. *Duty Cycle: Not enough room to contain this data. *Crest Factor: Not enough room to contain this data. Example Range Velocity: 24863 / 100 = 248.63 mm/s 0 to 655.35 mm/s Acceleration: 24863 * 10 = 2486.30 mm/s^2 0 to 655350 mm/s^2 Displacement: 24863 / 100 = 248.63 mm 0 to 655.35 mm Frequency: 24863 / 5 = 497.2 Hz 0 to 13107.0 Hz Temperature: 248 / 10 = 24.8 C -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = X Vibration Data1 = Y Vibration Data2 = X Vibration Data3 = X Frequency Data4 = Y Frequency Data5 = Z Frequency Data6 = Mode Data7 = Temperature

NA

113

Voltage Meter 200VDC

u32

Mode

Volts (V)

Data0 = X Vibration

Voltage = [Data0]+[Data1] Example Data0 = 0 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? 0x0000 Data1 = 19873 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? 0x4DA1 Concatenate: [0x0000]+[0x4DA1] = 0x00004DA1 ? Convert to decimal ? 19873 Apply Formula: 19873 / 100 = 198.73 Voltage = 198.73 V

114

Air Velocity

s16 s16

Velocity Temperature

Meters Per Second (M/S) Celcius ©

Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 176 / 10 = 17.6 m/s, 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: 0 to 50 m/s, -40.0 C to 125.0 C NOTE: Velocity range will change based on altitude. 0M = 0-30 m/s, 5000M = 0-40 m/s, 8000M = 0-50 m/s Data0 = Velocity Data1 = Temperature Data2 - Data7 = NA

NA

116

C0 Meter

u16 u16 u16 u16

Temperature Instant C0 TWA C0 For Internal Use Only

Celcius © Parts Per Million (PPM) Parts Per Million (PPM) Integer

Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40 to 125 C, 0 to 1000 PPM, 0 to 1000 PPM Data0 = Temperature Data1 = Instant C0 Data2 = TWA C0 Data3 = For Internal Use Only Data4 - Data 7 = NA

NA

119

Car Detect

u8 u16

Mode Indicator Car Count

Integer Integer

Identifies which mode the sensor is currently operating in. 0 = No Car Detected 1 = Car Detected (Trigger Modes), 2 = Count Mode Counts the numbers of cars detected within a user configured timeframe. Range: 0-2, 0-65535 Data0_H = CarCount_L(u8) Data0_L = Mode(u8) Data1 = CarCount_H(u8)

Mode = [Data0_L] Car Count = [Data1]+[Data0_H] Example Data0 = 11266 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? 0x2C02 Data1 = 1 ? Convert to hexidecimal ? 0x0001 Concatenate: [0x0001]+[0x2C02]= 0x00012C02 [Data1]+[Data0_H] = [0x00 01] [2C] or [0x012C] ? Convert to deicimal ? 300 [Data0_L] = [0x02] ? Convert to Decimal ? 2 Mode = 2 Car Count = 300

120

Current Meter 500A

u64 u16 u16 u16

Accumulate Avg Current Max Current Min Current

Amp Hours (Ah) Amps (A) Amps (A) Amps (A)

Data produced by the sensor is in multiple formats. 4 Registers are required to store the u64 value. Concatenate the registers in order to reconstruct the full value. Apply formula after concatenation. Formula: Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 1567 / 100 = 15.67 A/Ah Range: 0 A to 600 A *Physical hardware limitations* Data0 = Acc4 Data1 = Acc3 Data2 = Acc2 Data3 = Acc1 Data4 = AvgCurrent Data5 = MaxCurrent Data6 = MinCurrent Data7 = NA

Accumulate = [Data3]+[Data2]+[Data1]+[Data0] Example Data0 = 21847 Data1 = 520 Data2 = 0 Data3 = 0 Concatenate: [0]+[0]+[520]+[21847] *Convert to hexidecimal* [0x0000]+[0x0000]+[0x0208]+[0x5557] = 0x0000000002085557 *Convert to decimal* 0x0000000002085557 = 34,100,567 Apply Formula: 34,100,567 / 100 = 341,005.67 Accumulate = 341,005.67 Ah

122

Voltage Meter 500VAC

u16

Voltage

Volts (V)

Formula: Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution. Example: 15670 / 100 = 156.70 A Range: 0 A to 600 A *Physical hardware limitations* Data0 = Volts Data1 - Data7 = NA

NA

123

Voltage Detect 200VDC

u8

No Voltage Present / Voltage Present

Integer

Default Mode: 0 = No Voltage Present 1 = Voltage Present Data0 = No Voltage Present / Voltage Present Data1 - Data 7 = NA

NA

124

Propane

s16 u16

Gas Level Voltage

Percentage (%) Millivolts (mV)

How much gas is remaining in the tank. Hall Effect reading expresed as mV. Formula: Divide by 100 for 2 decimal resolution. Range: 0-100, 0-5000 Data0 = Gas Level Data1 = Voltage Data2 - Data7 = NA

NA

126

Accelerometer Max/Avg

u16 u16 u16 u16 u16 u16 u16 u16

X Max Y Max Z Max Max Magnitude X Avg Y Avg Z Avg Avg Magnitude

G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G) G-Force (G)

Formula: Divide by 1000 for 3 decimal resolution. Example: 7856 / 1000 = 7.856 G Range: 0.000 to 8.000 G Data0 = X Max Data1 = Y Max Data2 = Z Max Data3 = Max Magnitude Data4 = X Avg Data5 = Y Avg Data6 = Z Avg Data7 = Avg Magnitude

NA

129

Three Phase 500A

u32 u16 u16 u16

Accumulate (MSB) Accumulat (LSB) Phase1 AvgCurrent Phase2 AvgCurrent Phase3 AvgCurrent

Amp Hours (Ah) Amps (A) Amps (A) Amps

*This sensor produces more data than what can be stored in the 8 available Registers. The data is produced in multiple formats. Omitted data will only be accessable through a different gateway type. Formula: u8 Data - No calculation required. u16 Data - Divide by 100 to get 2 decimal point resolution.

130

NA

131

Filtered Quad Temp

s16 s16 s16 s16

Temperature Temperature Temperature Temperature

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Formula: Divide by 10 for 1 decimal resolution. Example: 271 / 10 = 27.1 C Range: -40.0 to 125.0 C Data0 = Temperature1 Data1 = Temperature2 Data2 = Temperature3 Data3 = Temperature4 Data4 - Data7 = NA

NA

132

Filtered Temperature

s16

Temperature

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NA