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Temperature, humidity and pressure regulator


with Ethernet interface

H0530

H3530

H3531

H3531P

H4531

H7530

H7531


Instruction Manual

Table of content

1. General safety rules 4

2. General description 5

3. Regulator mounting and connection 6

4. Preparation to operation 7

4.1. Procedure of instrument connection 7

5. Dimensions 9

6. Installation 11

6.1. Installation procedure 11

7. Operation checking 12

7.1. Visual check 12

7.2. Communication check via a LAN 12

8. Description of device function and setting 12

8.1. Relay outputs 12

8.2. Binary inputs 12

8.3. Actual regulator preset – measurement part 13

8.3.1. Value assigned to output relay 13

8.3.2. When close output relay 14

8.4. Regulator setting change – part of measurement unit 15

8.4.1. Setting with PC and TSensor software 15

8.4.2. Setting with using regulator keys 15

8.4.3. Extended setting mode 15

8.5. Restore to „Factory default“ – measurement part 20

8.6. Regulator configuration – Ethernet interface 20

8.7. Alarms – Ethernet interface 20

8.7.1. Analogue values 20

8.7.2. Binary values 21

8.8. Factory default – Ethernet interface 21

9. Communication protocols 22

9.1. Modbus protocol 22

9.2. SMTP 24

9.3. SNMPv1 24

9.4. WWW 25

9.5. SNTP 25

9.6. Syslog protocol 25

9.7. SOAP 26

10. What to do when… 26

10.1. I forgot the IP address of the device 26

10.2. It is not possible to connect to the device from a LAN 26

10.3. LCD display is Off 27

10.4. Error States of the device 27

11. Readings on LCD display 28

12. Preventive maintenance and calibration 28

13. Technical specification 29

13.1. Technical parameters 29

13.1.1. Common parameters 29

13.1.2. H0530 - temperature regulator 29

13.1.3. H3530 - relative humidity and temperature regulator 29

13.1.4. H3531(P) - temperature and humidity regulator 30

13.1.5. H4531 - temperature regulator, external probe 30

13.1.6. H7530 - Barometric pressure, RH and temperature regulator 30

13.1.7. H7531 - Barometric pressure, RH and temperature regulator 30

13.1.8. Value computed from measured relative humidity and temperatur 31

13.1.9. Relative humidity and temperature restriction 32

13.2. Operating conditions 32

13.3. End of operation 33

13.4. Technical support and service 33

14. Appendix A 33

15. Appendix B 34

16. Appendix C 35


Regulator version HxxxxP is designed for compressed air measurement up to 25 bars.

Models marked HxxxxZ are non-standard versions of the devices. Description is not included in this manual.

Copyright: COMET System, Ltd. It is prohibited to copy and edit this instruction manual and make any changes at all without explicit agreement of COMET System, Ltd. All rights reserved.

COMET System, Ltd makes constant development and improvement of all its products. That is why it reserves the right to make any technical changes on the device/product without previous notice.
  1. General safety rules


The following summary is designed to prevent injury hazards or device damage. Operate the instrument in accordance with this manual to prevent electric trauma.
Service should be performed by a qualified person only.

Use a safety ac/dc adapter. Use only an adapter with the power voltage recommended by its manufacturer and which is approved by proper standards. Check that the adapter has undamaged cables and cover.

Connect and disconnect correctly. Do not connect and disconnect a LAN cable or lead-in cables if the device is under electric voltage.

Do not use the instrument without the cover.

Do not use the instrument, if it does not work correctly. If the instrument seems not to work correctly, have it checked by a qualified service person.

Do not use the instrument in an explosive environment.

Read instruction manual before the first device connection, please.

Before you remove probe of the regulator HxxxxP, make sure that the pressure in a pressure chamber (duct, pipe … ) and the ambient pressure are in equilibrium.

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