## Universal Inputs

Open the tab **“Universal inputs”**.

**“Calculate”** — tick if it is required to control the universal input.

**“Name of the connected equipment”** — enter the name of the auxiliary equipment connected to the thirdparty
terminal.

**“Method of calculation”** — select the Method of calculation depending on the type of the connected auxiliary
equipment.

Possible Method of calculation options:

• **Discrete input <N>.** This Method of calculation is set up if a discrete input of the third-party terminal is connected to the auxiliary equipment whose on/off switching must be controlled. Omnicomm Online software
will record the auxiliary equipment startup when receiving the event of the discrete input on from the thirdparty terminal.

In case it is required to record the auxiliary equipment shutdown when receiving the event of the discrete
input **off**, tick **“Invert”**.

• **Analogue input <N>.** This Method of calculation is set up if an analogue input of the third-party terminal is connected to the auxiliary equipment, whose readings must be controlled.

“Minimum value of the measured parameter” set the minimum value of the parameter measured by the sensor. The parameter is measured in appropriate units of measurement, e.g. for temperature – in degrees Celsius.

“Value of a source” — set up the voltage value in Volts corresponding to minimum value of the measured parameter.

“Maximum value of the measured parameter” — set up the maximum value of the parameter measured by the sensor.

“Value of a source that corresponds to the maximum value of the measured parameter” — set up the voltage value corresponding to the maximum value of the measured parameter.

• **Temperature sensor.** This Method of calculation is set up if a temperature sensor whose readings must be
controlled is connected to the third-party terminal;

“Minimum value of the measured parameter” — set up the minimum value of the parameter measured by the sensor in degrees Celsius.

“Value of a source that corresponds to the minimum value of the measured parameter” — set up the voltage value in Volts corresponding to minimum value of the measured parameter.

“Maximum value of the measured parameter” — set up the maximum value of the parameter measured by the sensor in degrees Celsius.

“Value of a source that corresponds to the maximum value of the measured parameter” — set up the voltage value corresponding to maximum value of the measured parameter.

“Adjustment factor of 1st universal input” — enter the factor by which to multiply the received value, to convert it to the dimensions of the measured physical parameter.

• **Temperature sensor of the PCB**. This Method of calculation is set up if a temperature sensor installed on the board is connected to the third-party terminal;

• **Absolute counter <N>.** This Method of calculation is set up if the third-party terminal transmits a cumulative value of the measured parameter;

“Calibration coefficent” — enter the factor by which to multiply the received value, to convert it to the dimensions of the measured physical parameter.

• **Relative sensor <N>.** This Method of calculation is set up if the third-party terminal transmits the value of the measured parameter between subsequent events;