The TSM01 Temperature sensor Module is able to monitor the temperature in Heating or cooling mode and to activate the alarm if the temperature setpoint is exceeded. This can be used to send SMS messages to max 8 mobile phones (using the UCM/GSM)
TSM01 with White Glass Frame
TSM01 with Aluminium (plastic) frame
TSM01 with FR1-EV-AL frame and Surface Mount Berker backbox
TSM01 with FR1-E2-AL frame and Merten surface Backbox
External TH1 Thermistor Sensor connected by Terminal block.
Display of Temperature in Celsius, mapped to Comfort Sensor
Display of Setpoint mapped to Comfort Counter. Enable or disable Setpoint is mapped to a Comfort Flag.
Up/down keys adjust the Setpoint and enable/disable the setpoint.
Assignment of Comfort Output to control relay to achieve setpoint.
Heating or Cooling Mode.
Temperature Alarm Monitoring by mapping to Virtual Input in Comfort. This allows a Temperature alarm to be activated when the temperature exceeds the setpoint by programmable alarm offset. The Alarm can dial to mobile phones or trigger SMS messages via the UCM/GSM module. Restore Temperature by SMS is possible.
Calibration of Temperature reading is possible
in-wall or surface mount backboxes are available
Standard 1 gang 55 x 55 size European frame from many manufacturers like Merten, Gira, Jung, ABB etc
Up to 15 TSMs in a network.
Comfigurator is used to program TSM01 and upgrade firmware.
Units: deg Celsius
Accuracy +/- 1 deg C
Display Temperature in Celcius mapped to Sensor
Up/Down Setpoint button mapped to Counter.
Up to 15 TSM01s in a Comfort, Logic Engine or UCM/Logic network.
Use Comfigurator software version 3.11.9 or above to configure TSM01. The software can be downloaded from http://www.cytech.biz/comfigurator.html
A UCM/USB, UCM/Ethernet, or UCM/Logic is required to connect to the computer running Comfigurator.
Run Comfigurator, go to the Modules Tab and right-click Controller or Sensor folder symbol as shown below. Select Scan for All Modules or Scan for Sensors. This will scan the network for TSM01.
“Add Sensor” allows you to manually add a TSM01 if not currently connected to Comfort, i.e. when doing programming off-line.
The result of scanning or adding a TSM01 is shown below .
Sensor01 appears on the left pane and the summary properties is shown on the right pane. Click on Sensor01 on the left pane to show the Properties of the TSM01 as shown below;
“ID” is the TSM ID 1 to 15
“Name” is any text description for the TSM used to identify it and serves no other function.
“Type” is the Sensor Type
“Version” is the firmware version which in this example shows 7.001. If the TSM01 was manually added instead of being scanned, the firmware information will not appear.
“Latest Version” is the latest release version available when internet connection is present.
“Serial Number” is the electronic serial number which is not used at present
“Status” shows the status of TSM01 It is ‘Polled’ when the TSM is found in the network and is polled. ‘Not Polled’ will be displayed when the TSM is detected by scanning but the number of TSMs programmed is less than the TSM01 Id. ‘Not Found’ is shown when the TSM01 is not connected to Comfort when scanning is done.
Last edited on Sunday Nov 13th, 2016 11:35 am by slychiu
The LCD shows the temperature in Celsius together with the setpoint if TSM01 is connected to a Comfort controller.
Pressing the Up or Down buttons will display and change the setpoint.
The setpoint is mapped to a Counter. If the Counter is not mapped, or TSM011 is operating as standalone mode, then the setpoint is not shown.
Pressing and holding Up and Down buttons together will alternately switch on and off the mode The On/Off mode is mapped to a Flag.
The ON/Off mode for the setpoint is toggled by pressing on both up and down buttons at the same time. If the mode is OFF the Flag that is mapped to On/Off Mode is cleared. This acts to turn off the thermostat function in IRIO or Comfort logic and if the mode is on, the mapped flag is set to enable the thermostat function. Changing the flag to on or off in Comfort also changes the display mode of TSM01.
If the External thermistor is not connected, the LCD shows “- -”
Last edited on Wednesday Aug 10th, 2016 07:10 am by slychiu