NWPM (EN)

IMPORTANT

Due to the server changeover, the improvement of communication and the expansion of the use of the SRH app with the H-Software, it is only necessary to register the SRH app on the server again if a plug-in version lower than 2.5.0 is currently being used! When updating from version 2.5.0 to version 2.6.0 or newer, there is no need to renew Registration of the SRH app take place! The registration and access data remain valid.

PlugIn version <2.5.0:

  • the existing plug-in must be deinstalled and the plug-in 2.6.0 installed

  • a new registration must be carried out

PlugIn Version = 2.5.0

  • is the server address in the plug-in monitoring.gdts.one stored, the SRH app will not be re-registered

  • if another server address is entered in the plug-in, this must be in monitoring.gdts.one can be changed and a new registration of the SRH app takes place

Extension for an Ethernet network connection

The heat pump manager can be obtained as an accessory NWPM extension be integrated into an Ethernet network.


The following description always refers to the current user interface and firmware. This can differ from previous versions.

NWPM extension

Order reference

NWPM

item number

356960

Operating conditions

0 to 55 ° C
20/80% RH

Ethernet interface

RJ45 10BaseT
Cat5 max. 100m

Logs

HTTP, FTP

Storage

3.5GB

Architecture

ARMv7

Linux kernel

11/4/12

Usable

from WPM 2004
from software H_H50

Delivery status with

Firmware

A1.6.0 - B1.3.0

user interface

v16

1 Function overview

With the NWPM extension it is possible to access the heat pump manager of a Dimplex heat pump via a PC with a browser. the NWPM extension contains a user-specific surface with which the status, the operating data, the history and the inputs and outputs of the heat pump can be queried. Among other things, it is possible to change the increase or decrease times, shift the heating curve, set the hot water temperature or even the hot water block. It is also possible to send an e-mail in the event of a fault and to save defined values in a logger file over several days.

A test version for access to the heat pump manager is available at http://wpm.dimplex.de to disposal.

2 System requirement

The minimum system requirement for using the NWPM extension is a Dimplex heat pump with heat pump manager WPM 2004, WPM 2006, WPM 2007, WPM Econ and WPM EconPlus series with software version H_H50 and higher.

Furthermore, a PC with network connection, a router and an S / FTP cable of category 5e or higher is required to connect the NWPM extension necessary. A browser such as Mozilla Firefox must be installed on the PC to display the user-specific interface.

3 installation

ATTENTION
Before opening the device, all circuits must be disconnected from the power supply. All electrical connection work may only be carried out by a qualified electrician or a specialist for specified activities in compliance with the installation and operating instructions.

The installation of the NWPM extension takes place on the heat pump manager in the designated slot “Serial Card / BMS Card”. The following steps are carried out:

  • De-energize the heat pump manager

  • Remove the cover of the “Serial Card / BMS Card” slot with a small screwdriver

  • Installation of the NWPM extension

  • Close the opening with the enclosed cover

  • Supply the heat pump manager with voltage

NOTE
For easy installation the NWPM extension Insert it at a slight angle, then hold it upright and press down. Then ensure that it is firmly seated!

3.1 Connection to the router

After successful installation of the NWPM extension this is connected to the router using a network cable. Then the heat pump manager and the router must be supplied with voltage. DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) must be activated in the router. the NWPM extension In the delivery state it does not have a fixed IP address and waits for an IP address to be assigned by the router.

A connection between the PC and the router must also be established. Depending on the hardware components, this can be done with a network cable or via WLAN.

3.2 Heat pump manager settings

Depending on the software version of the heat pump manager, the following settings must be checked and, if necessary, adjusted:

Software version

menu

Submenu

Setting value

Software version

menu

Submenu

Setting value

from WPM_H

Modem -> with the key combination «menu"+"Enter" Select

protocol

Local

baud rate

19200

address

001

from WPM_L

Network -> with the key «menu" Select

protocol

LAN

3.2.1 Determine the IP address

Access to the user interface of the NWPM extension takes place via the dynamically assigned IP address of the router. This IP address can be found in the router's user interface using the respective MAC address of the NWPM extension can be read out. To do this, the administration of the router must be accessed.

If access to the administration of the router is not possible, it is possible to read out the dynamic IP address with an IP scanner. The following section explains how to determine the IP address using the IP scanner "Netscan" described.

From the heat pump manager software version L12 and firmware version A1.5.0 of the NWPM extension (delivery status from May 2013), the IP address assigned by the router can be read in the menu. This menu is accessed by pressing the key combination at the same time (approx. 5 seconds) «ESC» and «Enter». By pressing the «buttonmenu»You get back to the standard display.

  • Use the arrow keys to select "OTHER INFORMATION" and use «Enter» confirm

  • Select "PCOWEB / NET CONFIG" with the arrow keys and press «Enter» confirm

  • Select "PCOWEB settings" with the arrow keys and press «Enter» confirm

  • If the NWPM extension is connected to a router where the DHCP function is active, the assigned IP address is displayed

  • If the NWPM extension is not connected to a router, a fixed IP address can be assigned

  • The selection of DHCP must be set from ON to OFF and the desired IP address set

  • The netmask and gateway

  • or DNS1 and DNS2 can be read or assigned

  • If changes have been made, they must finally be confirmed with YES and a restart carried out

3.2.2 Hostname

After successfully assigning a dynamic IP address to the router and supporting this function, there is the option of access via a host name. This is made up of the term "pcowebXXXXXX" and the last 6 digits of the MAC address.

Example: http: // pcoweb10601f /

NOTE
Access by host name is possible from firmware A1.5.0.

3.2.3 Netscan

First of all, the current version "Netscan" for the existing operating system must be searched for on the Internet and saved on the hard drive. If necessary, the folder content is then extracted and the "netscan.exe" file is executed.

  • IP address range selection of the network via the "IP" icon

  • Mark the address range of the network

  • Scanning the IP addresses "Start Scanning" and reading out the IP address based on the MAC address

 

 

3.3 Access over the Internet

In order to have access to the heat pump from outside the network, appropriate settings are required in the router or in the network. This means that a “bottleneck” has to be opened in the network in order to allow access via the Internet.

Possibilities for this would be:

Access via SRH App and an iOS device

  • VPN:

For example, the FritzBox offers a so-called MyFritz service to create a VPN tunnel.

NOTE
The use of external services or the establishment of port forwarding represent a high security risk and are expressly not recommended! If external access to the NWPM extension is necessary, it must be protected by additional security measures, such as a reverse proxy or VPN access.

3.4 Access with the SRH app

Another option for access via the Internet is the one that has been available since the beginning of 2016 SRH App. Neither a DynDNS service nor a fixed IP address or VPN access is required for this. All you have to do is install what is described below Plug-in as well as the SRH App absolutely necessary (System requirements are to be observed).

3.4.1 Installation and registration video

An installation and registration video of the SRH App made available: https://youtu.be/JzFDgzrCGRs

3.4.2 Description and download plug-in

Due to different hardware versions of the NWPM extension, different plug-ins are used. The hardware version is identified on the nameplate of the NWPM extension refer to.

NWPM hardware nameplate

Plug-in

Description / note

NWPM hardware nameplate

Plug-in

Description / note

PCOxxxxWD.0

Version 3.0.1

  • no installation necessary

  • the plug-in 3.0.1 is already included in the delivery state

  • PlugIn 3.0.1 cannot be downloaded!

  • PlugIn 3.0.1 can be used from SRH App version 2.6.6

  • an insert with extended Smart RTC room temperature control already integrated

PCOxxxxWB.0
up to rev. 3.00

Version 2.6.0

 

  • The plug-in 2.6.0 is an extension of the plug-in 2.5.0 and is required for use with the extended Smart RTC room temperature control

  • 2 heating circuits with up to 10 rooms each can now be controlled

  • with an update from version 2.5.0, with the server address monitoring.gdts.one, on version 2.6.0 it is not necessary to re-register the heat pump with the SRH app

  • Before uninstalling version 2.5.0, note down the registration data and enter them again after the update

IMPORTANT
Due to the server changeover, the improvement of communication and the expansion of the use of the SRH app with the H-Software, it is only necessary to register the SRH app on the server again if a plug-in version lower than 2.5.0 is currently being used! When updating from version 2.5.0 to version 2.6.0 or newer, there is no need to renew Registration of the SRH app take place! The registration and access data remain valid.

PlugIn version <2.5.0:

  • the existing plug-in must be deinstalled and the plug-in 2.6.0 installed

  • a new registration must be carried out

PlugIn Version = 2.5.0

  • is the server address in the plug-in monitoring.gdts.one stored, the SRH app will not be re-registered

  • if another server address is entered in the plug-in, this must be in monitoring.gdts.one can be changed and a new registration of the SRH app takes place

3.4.2.1 Installation plug-in from user interface v13

Depending on the delivery status of the NWPM extension must go with one more step Plug-in to be installed. The installation of the Plug-in takes place via the menu «Remote control»-«Plug-in». Click on the link to open a new window.

NOTE
That Plug-in is called ZIP file selected and loaded with the "Upload" button. After a successful upload, the window can be closed again.

1 Calling up the user interface in the browser
2 settings

3 System Settings / Network

4 PlugIn menu

5 Registration
Default username: admin
Standard password: fadmin

6 plugins

7 Open the selection field

8 Select plug-in

9 Upload plug-in

10 Upload completed successfully

4 user interface

After the IP address has been successfully determined and entered in the address line of the browser, a query about the refrigerant appears, depending on the heat pump type and system configuration. This can be found in the device information in the installation instructions for the heat pump or, alternatively, via the direct link at http://www.dimplex-partner.de/LA9TU. The type of heat pump installed must be entered for LA9TU.

  • Query of the refrigerant

After the refrigerant has been successfully saved, you will be redirected to the start page.

  • User interface home page

All settings relating to the heat pump are not described separately. The possible settings with the NWPM extension are analogous to the settings in the heat pump manager. It is recommended to refer to the operating instructions of the heat pump manager.

NOTE
From version v12 / h12, the selection of the language depends on the browser language set. The language set on the heat pump manager is no longer taken into account!

5 network

In the menu "settings»-«network»Among other things, functions such as the allocation of a fixed IP address, data logger or sending of e-mails in the event of a malfunction are made available.

5.1 IP address

In the point «network»It is possible to assign a fixed IP address in the" Eth0 "line and the subnet macs in the" NetMask main "line. This menu item determines whether the NWPM extension specifies a fixed IP address or can be assigned a dynamic IP address by the router. It is also possible to enter the gateway address in the "Gateway Address" line.

In both cases, a changed entry is only displayed after restarting the NWPM extension accepted. the NWPM extension can then be reached under the assigned IP address.

In the delivery state, no fixed IP address is entered under Eth0 in the "IP Address main" line.

NOTE
Assigning an IPv6 address is neither possible nor intended. A router must therefore always be connected upstream for forwarding and translation into an IPv6 address.

NOTE
When assigning a fixed IP address, it must be ensured that this is in the address range of the network.

5.2 Email function

Provider without SSL encryption
Encrypted e-mails can only be sent from hardware version 3.0 onwards. In the case of hardware versions lower than Rev. 3.0, service providers must be used for unencrypted transmission. With this provider, emails can still be sent without SSL encryption.

If other providers are known, we are welcome to let us know. These providers are then added to the list.

With the NWPM extension it is possible to send a message as an e-mail to a disturbance the heat pump. An email account is required to use this function. Port 25 (up to hardware rev. 2.0) and port 587 (from hardware rev 3.0) are supported for sending e-mails. The corresponding access data must be entered in the administration page of the e-mail configuration.

5.2.1 Test email

In order to be able to test the correct execution of the e-mail function, it can be set off in the "Test E-Mail" menu. Click on the link to open a new window. In this case, you may be asked for a user name and password. If this is the case, the access data from the "admin" folder must be entered.
In the delivery status, the user name "admin" and the password "fadmin" are assigned.

  • Test email

ATTENTION
This function is only active if the requirements of the Email function as well as an event, for example the Fault message configured.

5.2.2 Data logger email

It is possible to send the daily CSV log files by email. This function is in the menu menu «network»-«e-mail»-«Data logger email»Activated.

  • "Data logger e-mail" - deactivate / activate the function

  • "Subject" - text in the subject line of the notification. The current date can be included in the subject of the message by adding (date) to the subject as shown in the figure.

  • "Content" - A text can be added to the content of the notification.

ATTENTION
The prerequisite for the transmission of the notification is the configuration of the Email function. No guarantee can be given that a notification will be sent. The execution of this function depends on the network configuration, the e-mail account and an existing internet connection.

5.3 Fault message

To activate a notification in the event of a heat pump malfunction, the menu «network" the link "Fault message»Clicked. A new window opens with the setting options described below.

  • Under "Event Configuration", the notification is activated with "Enabled" and then saved.

  • Under "E-Mail Configuration" the current date can be given in the subject of the message by adding (date) to the subject as shown in the figure. In addition, meaningful message content can be entered in the "From text" field.

ATTENTION
The prerequisite for the transmission of the notification is the configuration of the Email function. No guarantee can be given that a notification will be sent. The execution of this function depends on the network configuration, the e-mail account and an existing internet connection.

5.4 Data logger

The integrated data logger is always active for the set basic values and does not have to be activated separately. The basic values result from the configuration of the heat pump. In addition to the basic values, there is the option of including system-specific additional values in the data logger. A selection of additional values is available in the menu Log variables made available.

The logged values are saved in * .csv files (Comma-Separated Values) directly on the NWPM extension. The recording interval can be selected between 30 seconds (recommended) and 1 minute. The designation of the values can be chosen freely and is irrelevant for the recording. However, it is advisable to assign a meaningful name for the subsequent evaluation. The index and the data type (analog, digital) of the stored values are important for correct recording. A new file is created every 24 hours. The daily recording interval is from 00:00 to 23:59.

NOTE
After changing values, it is recommended to restart the data logger. This can be done using the "Restart" link in the menu. After the restart you can use the link "Status" the logger status can be queried.

NOTE
The * .csv files are saved as a ring buffer directly on the NWPM extension. The number of days saved depends on the number of logged values. The more values are logged, the less storage space is available for previous days.

5.4.1 Log variables

5.4.1.1 Operating data

Names

index

Type

J / L software

H software

Outside temperature

1

27

Analogue

Return temperature

2

29

Analogue

Hot water temperature

3

30th

Analogue

Flow temperature

5

31

Analogue

Heat source inlet *

6th

-

Analogue

Heat source outlet

7th

41

Analogue

Temperature 2nd heating circuit

9

33

Analogue

Temperature 3rd heating circuit

10

35

Analogue

Room temperature 1 / RT-RTH Econ

11th

36

Analogue

Room temperature 2

12th

38

Analogue

Room humidity 1 / RT-RTH Econ

13th

37

Analogue

Room humidity 2

14th

39

Analogue

Set return temperature

53

28

Analogue

*NOTE
The heat source inlet is only available for heat pumps with an electronic expansion valve.

5.4.1.2 Outputs

Names

index

Type

J / L software

H software

Compressor 1

41

80

Digital

Compressor 2

42

81

Digital

Primary pump / fan (M11)

43

82

Digital

2. Heat generator

44

83

Digital

Heating pump (M13)

45

84

Digital

Hot water pump (M18)

46

85

Digital

Mixer (M21) open

47

86

Digital

Mixer (M21) CLOSED

48

87

Digital

Additional circulation pump (M16)

49

88

Digital

Flange heating

50

89

Digital

Heating pump (M15)

51

90

Digital

Mixer (M22) open

52

91

Digital

Mixer (M22) closed

53

92

Digital

Swimming pool pump (M19)

56

95

Digital

Collective fault message (H5)

57

-

Digital

Heating pump (M14)

59

94

Digital

Cooling pump (M17)

60

99

Digital

Heating pump (M20)

61

-

Digital

Primary pump cooling (M12)

68

98

Digital

5.4.1.3 history

Names

index

Type

J / L software

H software

Compressor 1

72

64

Analogue

Compressor 2

73

65

Analogue

Primary pump / fan (M11)

74

66

Analogue

2. Heat generator

75

67

Analogue

Heating pump (M13)

76

68

Analogue

Hot water pump (M18)

77

69

Analogue

Flange heating

78

70

Analogue

Swimming pool pump (M19)

79

71

Analogue

Amount of heat* Heating 1-4

95

100

Integer

Amount of heat* Heating 5-8

96

101

Integer

Amount of heat* Heating 8-12

97

102

Integer

Amount of heat* Hot water 1-4

98

103

Integer

Amount of heat* Hot water 5-8

99

104

Integer

Amount of heat* Hot water 8-12

100

105

Integer

Amount of heat* Swimming pool 1-4

101

106

Integer

Amount of heat* Swimming pool 5-8

102

107

Integer

Amount of heat* Swimming pool 8-12

103

108

Integer

*NOTE
A quantity of heat can only be output for heat pumps with pressure sensors or an external heat meter WMZ!

5.4.1.4 Example of heat quantities*

The heat quantities are made up of 3 indices. These 3 indices have to be combined with the following formula for the amount of heat.

Heat amount heating = (heat amount heating 9-12 * 100000000) + (heat amount heating 5-8 * 10000) + heat amount heating 1-4

The amount of heat for "hot water" and "swimming pool" is determined according to this description. However, the corresponding data point is used here.

5.4.1.5 Entrances

Names

index

Type

J / L software

H software

Hot water thermostat (ID1)

3

57

Digital

Swimming pool thermostat (ID2)

4th

58

Digital

EVU lock (ID3)

5

56

Digital

External lock (ID4)

6th

63

Digital

NOTE
The status of the input on the heat pump manager can be queried via the data point inputs.

5.4.1.6 Display ads

Names

index

Type

L software

J software

H software

103

43

14th

Analogue

105

42

13th

Analogue

104

59

94

Analogue

5.4.2 status

After changing entries in the data logger and restarting the NWPM extension the status of the data logger can be queried. The messages "active" or "inactive" can appear

  • Data logger active

  • Data logger inactive

5.4.3 Download log files

The saved * .csv files are downloaded via the link «Download files». A new window opens with the content of all saved days. After clicking on the corresponding day, the file can be saved on the hard drive.

  • Download window

NOTE
The * .csv files are saved as a ring buffer directly on the NWPM extension. The number of days saved depends on the number of logged values. The more values are logged, the less storage space is available for previous days.

Another possibility to save the * .csv files with the complete monthly folders is the access via FTP. In this case the * .csv files are stored in the "log" folder.

5.4.4 Update log files

As in the point Data logger mentioned, the values are saved in a * .csv file every day from 00:00 - 23:59. If an evaluation of the current day up to the current time is required, the file must be updated. For this purpose, the link «Update files»Selected. A new window opens with the message that the file is being created. The file can then be accessed via the menu «Download files»Be saved.

  • Update window

5.4.5 Evaluation of log files

The logged values are saved in * .csv files (Comma-Separated Values) directly on the NWPM extension. These files can be read into a spreadsheet program after they have been downloaded and saved on the hard drive. The import function for external data should be used for this. The formatting must be specified during the import. It should be noted that the data format of the columns is imported as "Text". After the import, the data can be further processed and, for example, displayed graphically.

An evaluation tool is provided for the automatic creation of the graphic evaluation with Microsoft Excel. The evaluation tool was tested with the Excel versions 2003 - 2011, 2016. It is a beta version without any claim to correct execution.

5.4.5.1 Evaluation tool

To the download and unzipping the zipped * .xla file, it will be opened with Microsoft Excel. Then, depending on the Excel version, there is a macro security query. This must be activated or the execution must be confirmed.

  • Confirmation of the macro security query

After confirming, a user-defined "Evaluation" toolbar is opened, depending on the Excel version.

  • Example menu Excel version 2007

With the menu item "Import" the CSV file is selected and the import started. The evaluation is imported in a separate Excel file. This can then be saved and processed further at a later point in time.

  • Import the * .csv file

With the menu item "Import" the CSV file is selected and the import started. The evaluation is imported in a separate Excel file. This can then be saved and processed further at a later point in time.

  • Example diagram after importing the * .csv file

NOTE
Only analog and digital values are imported and displayed graphically.

A selection of the graphically displayed values can be made with the menu item “Value selection”. The diagram adapts dynamically to the selected values.

  • Example menu with selection of values

With the menu item "Time range" you can determine which values should be graphically displayed.

  • Example menu with selection of the time range

The imported value tables can be viewed in the "Values" sheet.

  • Example worksheet with values

NOTE
A change in the "Time range" as well as "Value selection" also affects the "Values" sheet.

5.4.5.2 Download evaluation tool

Download evaluation tool

Usable from firmware

description

Download evaluation tool

Usable from firmware

description

v9.2 beta

 

A1.5.0 - B1.2.4

  • Import and evaluation function of the * .csv log files

  • Individual value selection

  • Adjustable time range

5.5 User settings

Often, information about the heat pump with system-specific information for presentation purposes, especially in relation to exhibition rooms, should be shown. For these purposes, presentation pages are below http: // your-ip / http / start accessible. No settings can be made on the system via this page, but further information and details can be stored. This information can be found in the menu «User settings»Be made.

  • User settings

5.6 Web Page Passwords

Under the menu «Web Page Password»A user name and password can be assigned for folders which are not to be accessed. After calling up the link, the "admin" folder is accessed and, under certain circumstances, a user name and password are asked for. The user name "admin" and the password "fadmin" are to be selected as standard for the first access. Then the folder structure of the NWPM extension.

  • Example of the folder structure

The "index" folder contains files where changes to the settings of the heat pump can be made. Settings cannot be changed in any of the other folders.

  • Password assignment

If a user name and password have been assigned, they can be changed at any time using the method described. If the entries are to be completely deleted, FTP access must be set up and the .htpasswd file deleted in the corresponding folder.

NOTE
For access with the HeatPumpApp the username and password of the "admin" folder are required.

5.7 FTP password

Under the menu «FTP password»The password for the FTP access can be changed.

The following are stored as standard access data:

  • Username: httpadmin

  • Password: fhttpadmin

  • FTP password

6 Troubleshooting

6.1 Parallel shift with Adobe Flash Player

The Adobe Flash Player and thus the browser Flash Player plug-in will not be further developed and was discontinued on December 31, 2020. The FlashPlayer is required to set the parallel offset of the heating curve. To enable the setting again, an update of the user interface is necessary. A simple update is possible with the following description.

  • Missing browser support for Adobe Flash Player

6.2 Meaning of the LEDs

Illustration

LED

 

meaning

solution

Illustration

LED

 

meaning

solution

  • Status LED

  • Ethernet LED

  • Reset button

status

Lights up red

No communication between the NWPM extension and the heat pump manager

  • Check that the NWPM extension is correctly seated in the heat pump manager

  • Check address

  • Check baud rate

  • Check log

Lights up green

Settings on the heat pump manager are correct. There is communication between the NWPM extension and the heat pump manager.

 

Flashes green

Data is exchanged between the heat pump manager and the NWPM extension.

 

Ethernet

Lights up red

No connection between the NWPM extension and the network.

  • Check network connection

Lights up green

There is a connection to the network.

 

Flashes green

Data is exchanged between the NWPM extension and the network.

 

6.3 Update

The following tables list the updates to the NWPM extension made available. Depending on how up-to-date the NWPM extension and according to the software version of the heat pump manager, the user interface and the firmware may be renewed.

The difference between the heat pump manager software versions H / J and L software is the functionality of the software and the different data points that are displayed in the user interface. In the named chapter Update of the user interface the description is made available.

6.3.1 Heat pump manager with J / L software

NWPM hardware nameplate

Firmware

Use from WPM 2006

modification

NWPM hardware nameplate

Firmware

Use from WPM 2006

modification

PCOxxxxWB0
Rev. 1.00
Rev. 2.00
Rev. 3.00
no longer available!

Version 16

 

Heat pump manager with J / L software

Attention applicable up to WPM software version L23.6!

  • The update of the user interface fixes the missing Flash Player plug-in for the heating curve setting

  • Attention, version 16 corresponds to the current delivery status!

  • Compatible with firmware A1.5.0 - A1.6.0

  • Not compatible with firmware A1.4.9

Rev. 3.00
no longer available!

A1.6.0 v13

Heat pump manager with J / L software

Attention applicable for NWPM with firmware 1.6.0!

  • Display menu preconfiguration cooling function actively remedied

  • Display of temperature 3rd heating circuit in connection with WPM Econ SOL corrected

  • Display of room humidity with silent cooling corrected

  • Display of software version in operating data corrected

  • j_remote.html for setting the access data for online access

  • PlugIn 2.5.0 for online access

  • Remote access possible with the SRH app

  • Time programs are hidden when online access is active

  • Ping possible

  • Basic values can be changed in the logger

Rev. 2.00
no longer available!

A1.5.4 v13

Heat pump manager with J / L software

Attention Not insertable for NWPM with Rev. 3.00 and firmware 1.6.0!

Rev. 2.00
no longer available!

A1.5.0 v12

Heat pump manager with J / L software

Attention Not insertable for NWPM with Rev. 3.00 and firmware 1.6.0!

  • When starting for the first time, depending on the heat pump type, the Refrigerant type take place

  • Fixed incorrect display of pressure values in the operating data

  • Fixed incorrect display of temperature values in the operating data

  • The running times are displayed up to 65536 hours

  • Access via Hostname possible

  • Fixed bug when accessing via proxy server

  • E-mail test function

     possible

  • Sending the Data logger files via email possible

6.3.2 Heat pump manager from WPM 2006 H software

NWPM hardware nameplate

Firmware

Use from WPM 2006

modification

NWPM hardware nameplate

Firmware

Use from WPM 2006

modification

PCOxxxxWB0
Rev. 1.00
Rev. 2.00
Rev. 3.00
no longer available!

Version H13

Heat pump manager with H software

  • The update of the user interface fixes the missing Flash Player plug-in for the heating curve setting

  • Compatible with firmware A1.5.0 - A1.6.0

  • Not compatible with firmware A1.4.9

Rev. 3.00
no longer available

A1.6.0

Heat pump manager with H software

  • SSL encrypted e-mails can be sent from Rev. 3.00

  • Firmware A1.4.9, A1.5.0 and A1.5.4 is not compatible with Rev. 3.00 and must not and cannot be used with Rev. 3.00!

Rev. 2.00
no longer available

A1.5.0 h12

Heat pump manager with H software

6.3.3 Heat pump manager WPM 2004 H software

ATTENTION
Firmware A1.5.0 and A1.5.4 cannot be used with Rev. 1.00 and 2.00 as well as the WPM 2004 with BIOS 3.45! Sending SSL encrypted emails is also not possible with Rev. 1.00 and 2.00!

NWPM

Firmware

Use for WPM 2004

modification

NWPM

Firmware

Use for WPM 2004

modification

Rev. 3.00

A1.6.0

Heat pump manager with H software

  • Changes and files for Rev. 3.00 and H-Software are currently not available!

  • SSL encrypted e-mails can be sent with Rev. 3.00

  • Firmware A1.4.9, A1.5.0 and A1.5.4 is not compatible with Rev. 3.00 and must not and cannot be used with Rev. 3.00!

Rev. 2.00
no longer available

A1.4.9 h12

Heat pump manager with H software

6.3.3.1 History of older versions

user interface

Firmware

mission

modification

user interface

Firmware

mission

modification

v10-L

A1.4.9

Heat pump manager with L software

  • The display of the language depends on the browser language

  • Installation function with automatic activation of the data logger

  • Display of heat quantities corrected

  • Display of high and low pressure values corrected

  • Display in the inputs menu "Motor protection primary / fan" corrected

  • Pre-configuration and service menu adapted for L software

v10-J

A1.4.9

Heat pump manager with J software

  • The display of the language depends on the browser language

  • Installation function with automatic activation of the data logger

  • Display of heat quantities corrected

  • Display of high and low pressure values corrected

v10-H

A1.4.9

Heat pump manager with H software

  • The display of the language depends on the browser language

  • Installation function with automatic activation of the data logger

  • Display of heat quantities corrected

6.3.4 Update user interface

The user interface is updated by uploading the update files using the plug-in function.

NOTE
The update file is saved as a ZIP file selected and loaded with the "Upload" button. After a successful upload, the window can be closed again.

1 Calling up the user interface in the browser
2 settings

3 System Settings / Network

4 firmware

5 Registration
Default username: admin
Standard password: fadmin

6 plugins

7 Open the selection field

8 Selection of the update file

9 Upload of the update date

10 Duration of the update 3-4 minutes

11 Upload finished
12 back to the plugin page

13 Close plugin page / window

14 Reload the page
15 Empty the cache memory if necessary

6.3.5 Update firmware

Two files are required to update the firmware.

  • (A): FLASH_APPS_Axxx.BIN

  • (B): FLASH_SYS_Byyy.BIN

The firmware is updated via the menu «settings»->«Network / system settings»->«Firmware».

  • Menu "network»

After selecting the link «Firmware»A new window is opened. If necessary, a login screen will open asking you to Username and Password. By clicking the "Browse" button, the selection dialog opens with the search for the files for the firmware update.

  • Selection field

The ones previously saved on the hard drive Firmware files, are searched for using the selection field, selected and transmitted with the "Submit" button.

  • Selection of files

Another window then opens with the message that the file is to be uploaded. After the successful upload, the window is closed with "Close Window".

  • Information window for uploading the files

In the previously opened window, click on the "Proceed and reboot" button that appears. The NWPM is restarted.

  • Message window for the successful upload

The NWPM should be accessible again after approx. 2 minutes. A new page is not created. For example, the menu «network»To click. If both files are updated, the steps mentioned above for the second file must also be carried out.

7 Contact

For further questions, information and suggestions, please send an email to:

ferndiagnose@gdts.one

with information from:

  • Heat pump designation

  • Software status heat pump manager