When "VT10" is installed inside of monitoring unit, "VT10" looks like this:
1a. RJ9 jack for connecting 1-Wire sensors.
1b. Green LED. If the green light is "ON", then the 1-Wire board is on. There's an element inside monitoring unit's interface that can be switched "ON" and "OFF", which activates 1-Wire bus.
Monitoring units have the option of installing "VT10 / 1-Wire board" (expansion board). The board is mounted and connected inside the monitoring unit. 1-Wire technology is based on a serial communication protocol that uses one data line and a reference ground between the master (for example, the VT335 / Monitoring Unit) and one wire slave.
Installation and connecting of VT10 1-Wire board
Carefully unscrew screws holding the cover and open it.
Break 2 steel bridges in the 1-Wire hole of the appliance case (e.g. VT335 top metal)cover. Using forceps (cutter) with thin nozzles cut the thin bridges in the hole. Make sure that no burrs are left.
|3||Set up the 1-Wire board on 2 steel spacing sleeves inside the appliance case (e.g. VT335 top metal cover), attach the board with two M3 screws from supply to the sleeves.|
Connect "16 wire IDC16 flat cable" supplied with a "1-Wire extension" board to the connector on the 1-Wire board and on the mainboard (e.g. VT335 board).
Make sure is installed in 2-3 position
|6||Close and fasten the cover. Carefully place top cover back so that all cover wings fit in and all cutoff points match the panel holes.|
Activating 1-Wire interface:
After the "VT10 / 1-Wire board" has been installed inside the system, You need to check if the 1-Wire interface is On. Instructions can be found here: Setting up 1-Wire
Connecting 1-Wire sensors:
All 1-Wire sensors are Plug&Play. Use the following examples for instructions on how to connect sensors:
VT10 / 1-Wire Board (Inventory)
You can use a range of accessories for the 1-Wire interface. Accessories are ordered separately.