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how to connect DS18B20 on cable and Fibaro?


DariBer
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I bought an DS18B20 to my Fibaro Door/Windows sensor. And now I'm not sure how to configure The DS18B20 (that's on a cable with RJ12)

Can anyone be kind and describe how to use it. 
External temp sensor and Fibaro Door/Window sensor. 

I have attached two photos, one how cable connected to the RJ12 and the other one is how to connect to the Fibaro

can anyone help me with how to connect the DS18B20 to the Fibaro, where to connect what color.

Thanx

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1 hour ago, DariBer said:

I bought an DS18B20 to my Fibaro Door/Windows sensor. And now I'm not sure how to configure The DS18B20 (that's on a cable with RJ12)

Can anyone be kind and describe how to use it. 
External temp sensor and Fibaro Door/Window sensor. 

I have attached two photos, one how cable connected to the RJ12 and the other one is how to connect to the Fibaro

can anyone help me with how to connect the DS18B20 to the Fibaro, where to connect what color.

Thanx

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Hi @DariBer

 

the DS18B20 connections are simply power (5v and gnd) and data so if I understand you correctly this should help...

 

RJ12 ------------DS18B20

Pin 1 +5V = TP (VDQ) - Pin 3

Pin 2 Gnd = GND - Pin 1

Pin 3 DQ = TD (DQ) - Pin 2

Pin 4 Gnd = GND - Pin 1

 

The cable that connects the DS18B20 to the RJ12 plug will probably have three wires if you open it

Black - Gnd

Red - power (+5v)

Yellow - Data 

 

You can confirm this by checking which cable is connected to what pin on the Rj12

 

Exclude the sensor from the HC2 ( if you have already), connect the temp sensor and when you re-include it you will see the open/close slave as well as the temperature slave in the included device

 

Does this help ?

-f

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