This is analog supply and reading-back pin on the netbotz, so very very simple. For door contact, wire a switch to Sensor Data A and B. For temperature, wire thermistor between A and B.
Type Sense Data:
Type sense line is a resistor between pins 1 and 3 to tell the NetBotz what sensor is connected to the port, pretty simple. Below is a table of resistor value for the type sense line.
There does not seem to be software handling the differences on netbotz 200 between Door Switch and Dry Contact despite them being the same principle.
|Type||Resistor kΩ (between input 1 and 3)||Input(s)|
|Voltage||6.5 to 7||7|
|Dry contact||5.5 to 6||6 and 7|
|Vibration||2.5 to 3|
|Temperature & Humidity||1 to 1.5|
|Smoke||0.5 to 1|
|Temperature||0 to 0.4|