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C1.3 Preparing for the internal webserver

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1. Internal Webserver

Use the Internal Web Server to:

1. Configure your device.
2. Readout real-time measurement.

2 ways to connect to the Internal Web Server:

1.1 Provisions


    • The VPFlowScope M assembly as described in chapter C1.1 VPFlowScope Assemblies
    • Ethernet cable with M12 4 pin on one side and the RJ45 Ethernet connector on another side (could also be a different color)
    • Laptop / Computer with RJ45 connection

1.2 Assembly and wiring

Transmitter Ethernetport
1. Take your assembly as described in chapter B1.12. Remove the black cap at the bottom of the Transmitter.
Plug in Ethernet cable guidance pin M12 4 pin
3. Plug the M12 4 pin connector into the Transmitter.4. Note the guidance pin!
 5. Plug the RJ45 Ethernet into your PC.

1.3 Internal Web Server

Change the IP address of your computer into the same range as that of your VPFlowScope in order for them to communicate together. Chapter G7 gives an explanation on how to set up the static IP address for your computer.

Open your web browser and go to the default address

IPaddress IWS VPInstrumenrts

1.4 General overview Internal Web Server

General overview IWS

Overview: Information about your Transmitter and VPSensorCartridge.

Measurement: real-time measurement data.

Settings: adjust here: diameter, RS485 Modbus, analog output, etc.

Network: Ethernet and Wi-Fi settings.

Web management: adjust the username and password of the Internal Web Server.

For some parts, a password is required. The default password is set to:

  • Username: admin
  • Password: admin

2. Next step

The next step is to take a closer look at the Transmitter/display of your VPFlowScope for configuring the correct settings:

C2.1 VPFlowScope M Transmitter
C2.3 VPFlowScope display


Updated on July 16, 2020

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