Assembly and operating instructions
DULCOMARIN® II
Function extension with F module
A1234
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ardous situation.
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Table of contents
Table of contents
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Functions in the F module of the Dulcomarin® II DXCa ....... 5
2
Installation of the F module................................................... 6
2.1 Naming of the mA outputs............................................ 6
2.2 Naming of the PCB digital inputs.................................. 6
2.3 Naming of the outputs................................................... 7
2.4 Delay periods within the system................................... 8
2.5 Switching of inductive loads.......................................... 8
2.6 Terminal allocation variants........................................ 10
2.6.1 "Private pool" possible terminal allocation............... 10
3
F module visualisation system............................................ 11
4
Set up of the F module........................................................ 13
5
Application examples for the F module functions............... 17
5.1 Circulation operation (1 or 2 parallel lines).................
5.2 Backwashing with 5-way valve...................................
5.3 Hydraulic procedure....................................................
5.3.1 First filtrate...............................................................
5.3.2 Internal circuit .........................................................
5.3.3 Backflow shut-off valve............................................
5.4 Lowering the water level.............................................
5.5 "Water flow" circulation flow control............................
5.6 "Water level control"...................................................
5.6.1 Single stage level function.......................................
5.6.2 Two level functions, single stage and overflow
alarm .......................................................................
5.6.3 Level function with 4 level signallers........................
5.7 Sample water valve: On/Off .......................................
5.8 Heating function "Heating enable" .............................
5.9 Gutter cleaning function..............................................
5.10 Attractions.................................................................
5.10.1 Cover "Open/Close"...............................................
5.10.2 Counterflow system...............................................
5.10.3 Flood and neck shower..........................................
5.10.4 Massage nozzle.....................................................
5.10.5 Underwater light.....................................................
5.11 Flow control..............................................................
5.12 Control variables for disinfection and pH-control......
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Troubleshooting.................................................................. 29
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Technical data.....................................................................
7.1 Ambient conditions.....................................................
7.2 Mechanical data..........................................................
7.3 Electrical data.............................................................
7.4 Inputs and outputs......................................................
7.5 Standards...................................................................
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Index................................................................................... 35
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Functions in the F module of the Dulcomarin® II DXCa
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Functions in the F module of the Dulcomarin® II DXCa
The F module carries out functions for the existing combination of
A and P modules together and also expands these functions
The following functions can be covered using the F module. The
details concerning these are explained in individual application
examples:
n Circulating operation
n Automatic backwashing
n First filtrate
– Internal circuit
– Electrical backflow shut-off valve
n Lowering of the water level during standby operation
n Circulation flow control [Flowcontrol]
n Water level control
n Sample water valve
n Heating function
– Heating control heat exchanger
– Solar heating
n Gutter cleaning function
n Attractions
– Cover Open/Close
– Counterflow system/JetStream
– Flood/neck shower
– Massage nozzle
– Underwater light
n Flow control
– Actual circulation flow measurement
– Fresh water top-up measurement
n Control variables for:
– Disinfection
– pH (+/-)
– Flocculation
– UV System
– Backwashing emergency emergency-off [RNA], if wateralarm
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Installation of the F module
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Installation of the F module
-
out1
+
- +
out2
-
+
-
+
Digital_IN
K5
K4
K3
- +
Digital_IN
Alarm
- +
-
+
-
Digital_IN
XA 1
XK 1
XK 2
XK 3
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
Com
NO
NC
+
K2
0/4...20 mA
K1
The F module uses the installation space of the A and P modules.
The existing functions in the combination of A and P modules are
covered by the F module. To control the hygiene parameters, an M
module is always required. The sensors for pH, redox, temperature
and sample water flow monitoring are connected to the M module.
You can also connect the external DIN contact to the M module.
P_REL 1
1
XR 1
2 3
L*
N PE
P_REL 2
1
XR 2
2 3
L*
N PE
P_REL 3
1
XR 3
2 3
L*
N PE
L*
P_REL 4
1
XR 4
2 3
N PE
P_REL 5
1
XR 5
2 3
L*
N PE
P_REL 6
1
XR 6
2 3
L*
N PE
P_REL 7 90 -253 VAC
1
XR 7
XP 1
2 3 L N PE
A1254
Fig. 1: Terminal allocations F module
2.1 Naming of the mA outputs
Number
Description
Function
Iout1
free
Free. Not used
Iout1
CntrlCirc1
Control variable, circulation (pump)
Iout2
free
Free. Not used
Iout2
CntrlCirc2
Control variable, circulation (pump)
Iout2
CntrlChlorination
↑
Control variable, raise chlorine dosing
Iout2
Cntrl.pH_increase
Control variable, raise pH value
Iout2
Cntrl.pH_reduce
Control variable, reduce pH value
2.2 Naming of the PCB digital inputs
Number
Description
K1 ... K5
free
K3
Liquid level
K2
Low flow contact--
K3
Level min-
K4
Level max
K1, K5
Level ++ Alarm
K1 ... K2
Water meter
K1 ... K2
Flow
K1, K4
Water_flow_1
For monitoring of the water flow (e.g. a paddle switch), switch 1.
K1 ... K5
Gutter cleaning
This solenoid valve opens during cleaning of the overflow gutter.
As a result chemically contaminated swimming pool water flows
away into the drain.
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Function
Installation of the F module
Number
Description
Function
K5
Water_flow_2
For monitoring of the water flow (e.g. a paddle switch), switch 2.
K1 ... K5
Cover CLOSE
Closes the roller cover
K1 ... K5
JetStream on/off
Switches the [JetStream] (counterflow system).
K1 ... K5
Neck shower on/
off
Switches the neck shower on/off.
K1 ... K5
Massage on/off
Switches the massage nozzles on/off.
K1 ... K5
Backwash EM STOP
Backwash, EMERGENCY STOP
2.3 Naming of the outputs
Number
Description
P1 ... P7
free
P1
Collective alarm
P6
Circ.1
P7
Circ.2
P2, P4
Backwash 1
P3, P5
Backwash 2
P4, P6
Water top-up
P2 ... P7
Heating enable
P2 ... P7
Solar heating
enable
P2 ... P7
JetStream
P2 ... P7
Massage pump
P2 ... P7
Neck shower on/
off
P2 ... P7
Gutter cleaning
P2 ... P7
Underwater light
P2 ... P7
Sample water
valve
P2 ... P7
First filtrate 1
P2 ... P7
First filtrate 2
P2 ... P7
Non-return flap
valve
P2 ... P7
UV enable
P7
Cover OPEN
P6
Cover CLOSE
P2 ... P7
Internal circuit
P2 ... P7
Water level
reduction
Function
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Installation of the F module
2.4 Delay periods within the system
Function
Delay in seconds (s)
State change of the digital inputs
[Not faulty] to [Faulty]
[Faulty] to [Not faulty]
OPEN ➨ CLOSE
CLOSE ➨ OPEN
Liquid level
10 s
10 s
Water_flow_1
30 s
1s
Water_flow_2
30 s
1s
Level --
10 s
60 s
Level
-
10 s
10 s
Level +
10 s
10 s
Level ++
10 s
600 s
Cover [CLOSE]
1s
1s
Gutter cleaning
1s
25 s
JetStream feedback
1s
1s
Neck shower feedback
1s
1s
Massage pump feedback
1s
1s
2.5 Switching of inductive loads
If you connect an inductive load, i.e. a consumer which
uses a coil (e.g. an alpha motorised pump), then you
must protect your controller with a protective circuit. If
in doubt, consult an electrical technician for advice.
The RC member protective circuit is a simple, but nevertheless
very effective, circuit. This circuit is also referred to as a snubber or
Boucherot member. It is primarily used to protect switching con‐
tacts.
When switching off, the connection in series of a resistor and
capacitor means that the current can fade out in a damped oscilla‐
tion.
Also when switching on, the resistor acts as a current limiter for the
capacitor charging process. The RC member protective circuit is
highly suited to AC voltage supplies.
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Installation of the F module
The magnitude of the resistance R of the RC member is deter‐
mined according to the following equation:
R=U/IL
(U= Voltage divided by the load // IL = load current)
The magnitude of the capacitor is determined using the following
equation:
C=k * IL
k=0,1...2 (dependent on the application).
Only use capacitors of class X2.
Units: R = Ohm; U = Volt; IL = Ampere; C = µF
If consumers are connected which have a high starting
current (e.g. plug-in, switched mains power supplies),
then a means of limiting the starting current must be
provided.
The switching-off process can be investigated and documented
using an oscilloscope. The voltage peak at the switch contact
depends on the selected RC combination.
A0842
Fig. 2: Switching-off process shown on the oscillogram.
WARNING!
Mains voltage
Possible consequence: Fatal or very serious injuries
If mains voltage is connected to one of the terminals
XR1-XR3 or XP, then no protective low voltage may be
connected to any other of these terminals (SELV).
A0835
Fig. 3: RC protective circuit for the relay contacts
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Installation of the F module
Typical AC current application with an inductive load:
n 1) Load (e.g. alpha motorised pump)
n 2) RC-protective circuit
– Typical RC protective circuit at 230 V AC:
– Capacitor [0.22µF/X2]
– Resistor [100 ohm / 1 W] (Metal-oxide (pulse-resistant))
n 3) Relay contact (XR1, XR2, XR3)
2.6 Terminal allocation variants
2.6.1 "Private pool" possible terminal allocation
I.
II. III. IV. V.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
Fig. 4: [Private pool] possible terminal allocation
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
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Frequency converter (FU)
Level switch, 1 -stage
Feedback, cover [CLOSE]
Feedback, counterflow system [ON/OFF]
Level ++
Solenoid valve, feedback
VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.
Transformer for underwater light
Solenoid valve, water top-up
Counterflow system [JetStream]
Cover [CLOSE]
Cover [OPEN]
A1261
F module visualisation system
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F module visualisation system
Representation of the operating elements
In the F module visualisation only those operating ele‐
ments of the attractions are displayed that are actually
present. This leads to different visualisations.
A1260
Fig. 5: F module visualisation system
1.
Load the photos of your swimming bath components on to
the SD card of the controller.
ð Directly in to the root without a sub-folder.
2.
Minimum requirements of the photos (JPEG):
n The aspect ratio (e.g. 16:9 or 3:2) of the photo must cor‐
respond to that of your output equipment (e.g. monitor).
n The photograph resolution should be high enough to
ensure that it can be output to the output equipment
without any loss of clarity.
n The reproduction quality cannot be any better that the
quality of the photos that are to be output.
n The file names are given in table Ä ‘Assignment: Attrac‐
tion to file names’ Table on page 12; the controller can
only find the photo if this naming is used.
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F module visualisation system
Assignment: Attraction to file names
File name
Attraction
pool_1
pool_2
pool_3
pool_4
pool_5
pool_6
pool_7
pool_8
pool_9
pool_10
JetStream
-
-
x
-
-
-
x
-
x
x
Massage
pump
-
-
-
-
x
-
x
x
-
x
Neck
shower
-
x
-
-
-
-
-
x
x
x
Cover
CLOSE
-
-
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
Under‐
water light
-
-
-
x
-
-
-
-
-
-
Attraction
is ON
x
ON
Attraction
is ON
-
OFF
All photos must be in JPEG format
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Set up of the F module
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Set up of the F module
It may be necessary to enter an access code.
Redox
comb
free
System 1
FAULT
Children's pool
Dosing:
OFF
Circ.1
Global
A1256
Fig. 6: Continuous display of the DULCOMARIN® II in control
mode.
1.
Press the ENTER key in the continuous display of the DUL‐
COMARIN® II
ð You are now taken to the central menu item
System
7.12
Cl
Set
free
Dosing:
contact OFF
30.0
temp
Redox
mV
6.00
Dosing: ON
Servomotor: not ready
HELP/SD
CAL
PARAM
CONFIG
LIST
A1257
Fig. 7: Central menu item of the DULCOMARIN® II in control mode.
2.
Press the [F4] key from the central menu item
ð You are switched to the configuration menu
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Set up of the F module
Cntrl circulation 1
free
Collective alarm
Backwash 1
First filtrate 1
Water top-up
Heating enable
JetStream
Underwater light
free
Type: NO
Low flow contact -Type: NO
Level min Type: NO
Level max +
Type: NO
Level ++ Alarm
Type: NO
Soft. vers. 3301
serial no.
27
HELP
OPTION
PASSW
UPDATE
BUS
A1255
Fig. 8: Configuration menu of the DULCOMARIN® II in control
mode.
3.
Using the horizontal arrow keys select the [F1] tab
4.
In the [F1] tab press the ENTER key
ð A display appears for setting the individual functions
Cntrl circulation 1
free
Collective alarm
Backwash 1
First filtrate 1
Water top-up
Heating enable
JetStream
Underwater light
free
Type: NO
Low flow contact -Type: NO
Level min Type: NO
Level max +
Type: NO
Level ++ Alarm
Type: NO
Circ. 1
SERVICE
CONFIG
127
SAVE
A1258
Fig. 9: Configuration menu of the DULCOMARIN® II
5.
In this menu you can select the value to be set using the
arrow keys and then open the configuration menu by
pressing the ENTER key
ð The configuration menu appears.
6.
In the configuration menu use the vertical arrow keys to
select the necessary function and confirm the selection by
pressing the ENTER key
ð You are returned to the configuration menu and the
change has been saved. If necessary, go through all the
required functions.
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Set up of the F module
Configuration
Cntrl circulation 1
free
Collective alarm
Backwash 1
First filtrate 1
Water top-up
Heating enable
JetStream
Underwater light
free
Type: NO
Low flow contact -Type: NO
Level min Type: NO
Level max +
Type: NO
Level ++ Alarm
Type: NO
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Circ. 1
SERVICE
SAVE
CONFIG
A1258
Fig. 10: Configuration menu of the DULCOMARIN® II
7.
Press the [F3] key
ð You are taken to the configuration menu for the
[Parameter circulation 1]
8.
In this menu you can select the value to be set using the
arrow keys and then open the Setting menu by pressing the
ENTER key
ð The configuration menu appears.
9.
In the configuration menu use the vertical arrow keys to
select the necessary function and enter the necessary control
values.
ð Press the ENTER key after each change.
10.
Finally to confirm all changes press the [F5] key.
Now either press the ENTER key (changes are saved) or the
ESC key (changes are deleted)
ð You are returned to the configuration menu.
Cntrl circulation 1
free
Collective alarm
Backwash 1
First filtrate 1
Water top-up
Heating enable
JetStream
Underwater light
free
Type: NO
Low flow contact -Type: NO
Level min Type: NO
Level max +
Type: NO
Level ++ Alarm
Type: NO
Soft. vers. 3301
serial no.
27
HELP
OPTION
PASSW
UPDATE
BUS
A1255
Fig. 11: Configuration menu of the DULCOMARIN® II in control
mode.
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Set up of the F module
Service
Cntrl circulation 1
free
Collective alarm
Backwash 1
First filtrate 1
Water top-up
Heating enable
JetStream
Underwater light
free
Type: NO
Low flow contact -Type: NO
Level min Type: NO
Level max +
Type: NO
Level ++ Alarm
Type: NO
127
Circ. 1
SERVICE
CONFIG
SAVE
A1258
Fig. 12: Configuration menu of the DULCOMARIN® II
11.
Press the [F2] key
ð The service menu appears.
In this service menu you can read-off all set
parameters. This menu does not contain
additional functions. You can exit the service
menu again be pressing the ESC key.
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Application examples for the F module functions
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.1 Circulation operation (1 or 2 parallel lines)
Using the F module in Dulcomarin® II it is possible to control the
available circulating pumps in different ways. There are three con‐
trol variants:
Total of power consumers no more than 2 kW
The total of all power consumers must not exceed 2
kW in total.
Where the total power consumption is greater than 2
kW, a sub-distribution system or an extra power supply
cabinet must be provided in accordance with the regu‐
lations (VDE).
n Voltage function: On/Off, 230 V, max 1.1 kVA power
n Using a frequency converter individually with a 0/4-20 mA
signal, circulating pump 230 V or 400 V
n Level control, preset levels for 3 functions (filtration, back‐
washing and eco-mode). This is only possible using an addi‐
tional module.
Circulation On/Off, voltage 230 V
To control a 230 V circulating pump, check the existing power con‐
sumption of the circulating pump. If must not exceed the specified
values.
You can control two circulating pumps independently of each other
using terminals P6 and/or P7 on the F module. Setting of the times
is carried out in the operating menu of the Dulcomarin® II under
[OPTIONS].
1.
Press the [Config] [F4] key
2.
Using the arrow keys exit from [F module 1] or [F module 2]
3.
Press the ENTER key
4.
Enter the access code (4444)
5.
Using the arrows keys navigate to [P6] or [P7] to activate
them
6.
Press the ENTER key
ð An entry field appears
7.
In the entry field use the arrow keys to select the
[Circulation 1] function
8.
Confirm your entry by pressing Enter
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Application examples for the F module functions
Setting: Circulation 0/4 ... 20 mA
The specific setting parameters for your system
depend on the circumstances of your plant installation.
Here we give general guidelines. The setting parame‐
ters for your specific system may differ from these.
Dependent on the function and hygiene parameters you can con‐
trol a frequency-driven circulating pump and set each desired cir‐
culating rate using a 0 ... 20 mA signal or a 4 ... 20 mA signal.
Simultaneously you can also adjust the circulating rate to match
the particular hygiene situation in the swimming pool.
The analog outputs for line 1 and/or line 2 are to be connected to
terminal [K1] and [K2]. The respective individual settings of the
minimum and maximum values must be made at the Dulcomarin®
II in the configuration [F3]. The adjustment values are selected
using the [UP] and [DOWN] keys. Access the Entry field by
pressing the [ENTER] key.
Initial situation: You are in the Dulcomarin® II in configuration [F3]:
1.
First set the start point for [0 mA] or [4 mA].
ð In most cases the start point is 0 m3/h.
2.
Set the maximum circulating rate for the pump.
ð This specifies the maximum possible circulating rate
value, that can appear on the display.
3.
Set the [Filtration speed] in normal operation
The filtration speed is calculated from the flow rate/filter sur‐
face
ð For private applications set a filtration speed of up to 50
m/h, for public applications up to 30 m/h
4.
Enter the [Backwash speed]. In most cases this is greater
than the filtration speed.
Backwash speeds of up to 60 m/h are possible. Here you can
set the optimum backwash speed in manual mode. Increase
the backwash speed until the filter sand is lifted and conse‐
quently cleaned; however do not set it so high that sand is
washed out of the system.
5.
Under menu option [EcoMod speed] enter the permissible fil‐
tration speed. Here, a very low filtration speed can be set for
private pools, however in the public area, the specifications
of DIN 19643:2011-05 must be observed. The overall length
of the overflow gutter is definitive for setting the filtration
speed. Continuous flooding of the overflow gutter must be
ensured
DIN Error
If [DIN Error] is set to [active], the circulation is immedi‐
ately increased to the maximum value if the set limit
values are exceeded. If [DIN Error] is set to [inactive],
then, dependent on the setting, the circulation is
steadily, but not immediately, changed over to
[Normal mode].
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Application examples for the F module functions
Redox circulation
The function of redox circulation is to control lowering
mode so that it is proportionate with the measured
redox value.
The redox value quickly measures the actual loading
and makes possible direct influence on the circulation
if redox circulation is activated. If redox circulation is
activated, you can enter the start and end values of the
lowering in the bottom field of the window, e.g. Start
750 mV (the start value to go from normal mode into
lowering mode) and End 800 mV (from this value, the
minimum set circulation rate is reached, the controller
does not lower the rate any further from this level).
If you have deactivated redox control, so-called step
lowering is active.
Here two values must be entered:
–
–
Circulation lowering in %, e.g. 5 %
Circulation lowering time in seconds, e.g. 300 sec‐
onds
If all DIN values are adhered to, the circulation
capacity reduces every 300 seconds (= 5 minutes) in 5
% steps. Circulation capacity 65 %; then after 300 sec‐
onds the circulation is lowered to 60 %, etc.
For circulation lowering you can also adjust additional
conditions in the M module under [Configuration],
switch the DIN contact, define the time window during
which circulation lowering is permitted and define the
DIN values.
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.2 Backwashing with 5-way valve
WARNING!
Possible consequence: Fatal or very serious injuries.
Cause: With a 230 V power supply to the Dulcomarin®
II, 230 V exists at the terminals [P2] ... [P5] after
switching on of the relay.
Measure: Disconnect the system before carrying out
any work on the power supply. By taking suitable
measures, ensure that there is no danger for the entire
system arising from the mains voltage at the terminals
[P2] ... [P5].
To permit automatic backwashing, the 5-way valve (rod valve) (line
1) must be connected to terminal [P2] or [P4] of the F module and
230 V then connected. If you are operating two lines in parallel, the
second 5-way valve must be connected to terminal [P3] or [P5] of
the F module.
Once you have electrically connected the 5-way valve, then
set the function of the terminals [P2] ... [P5] in the
[Configuration] operating menu of the Dulcomarin® II.
ð You can freely select these functions. A free allocation of
all functions to each relay is not universally possible.
Please observe our allocation suggestion in the appendix
of the operating instructions. Here you can find a series
of the most appropriate application solutions.
5.3 Hydraulic procedure
5.3.1 First filtrate
Dispose of the first filtrate in the drain
So that after backwashing no dirt or contamination can reach the
swimming pool, once the filter bed of the filter returns to the normal
condition, the first filtrate must be disposed of. The first filtrate
valve is activated for a duration of 20 seconds after backwashing.
Use of a 3-way rod valve with water or compressed air as its
working energy is recommended. Terminal allocations can be
made for both first filtrate valves (lines 1 and 2) at the terminals
[P2] ... [P7].
5.3.2 Internal circuit
If a swimming pool roll cover is fitted and a contact is made to the
digital input [K1] ... [K5] and activated, then the Dulcomarin® II
switches a valve via the terminals [P2] ... [P7] if the roll cover
closes. Consequently either the level in the swimming pool can be
reduced and/or an inlet nozzle can be used as a suction line. This
ensures internal mixing of the water, without significant evaporation
and an open swimming pool.
Electrical backflow valve
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The electrical backflow value is controlled during operation with
230 V mains voltage. If a power failure results in the system going
offline, then a spring-loaded check valve closes and prevents over‐
flowing of the surge water tank and the running dry of the swim‐
ming pool.
Application examples for the F module functions
5.3.3 Backflow shut-off valve
Route first filtrate through internal cir‐
cuit
Function: Treat the first filtrate in an internal circuit, to ensure suffi‐
cient mixing in the pool, without pumping this first filtrate into the
swimming pool.
Here a valve is opened upon the start of backwashing. The
hydraulic piping should now make possible a direct connection
from the tank (nozzle inlet line) to the suction line. The conse‐
quence of this is that during backflushing a sufficient priming pres‐
sure and a water quantity larger than the capacity of the surge
water tank is available. Upon completion of backwashing, the first
pure water is pumped through the circulating pump into the filter
and thus subject to a cleaning process ensuring that any turbidity
in the swimming pool is excluded. This valve is connected to termi‐
nals [P2] ... [P7] and then configured in the operating menu of the
Dulcomarin® II.
5.4 Lowering the water level
Lowering the water level during standby operation of the water
treatment system
To avoid overflowing of the swimming pool water into the overflow
gutter during standby (evaporation loss and release of chemicals)
and to ensure higher safety of the roll cover under severe weather
conditions (e.g. storm), it is possible to connect a valve to the ter‐
minals [P2] ... [P7] of the F module. The lower water level is imple‐
mented using a connection line (side bypass or bottom drain) of
appropriate height and a ventilation opening at the top point. The
water volume that is to be lowered flows into the existing surge
water tank where it is stored. The function ‘Lowering of the water
level’ is started by an electrical contact of the roll cover. The con‐
tact input is located on the digital input [K1] ... [K5].
5.5 "Water flow" circulation flow control
To monitor the circulation, as a dry-run protector for the corre‐
sponding circulating pump, it is possible to integrate a flow control
([Water flow 1] or [Water flow 2]), e.g. a paddle switch. The contact
of the flow control is connected in the F module to digital input
[K02] (with 4-point level measurement) or the digital input [K04]
(with a 1 or 2-stage level switch).
CAUTION!
Place the system in AUTO mode
Cause: In the event of an error, the system is not in
[AUTO mode].
Possible consequence: Not all safety equipment is in
operation.
Measure: Always return the system to [AUTO mode],
so that all safety equipment is active. Pressing the
[Start/Stop] key resets all existing errors. The system
is once more in [AUTO mode].
In the event of an error, the circulation is switched to
[Manual Stop]. The pump can only be restarted in the manual oper‐
ating status [Mode].
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.6 "Water level control"
The water top-up solenoid valve can be connected to
terminals [P4] or [P6] of the F module. If two F mod‐
ules are used for one swimming pool system, then it is
required that the level evaluation unit and the solenoid
valve of the water top-up are connected to the same F
module. [Water flow 1] to digital input [K04],
[Water flow 2] to digital input [K05].
5.6.1 Single stage level function
Please note that the drinking water connection must
not be connected to the pool circuit. See the corre‐
sponding DVGW (German Gas and Water Associa‐
tion) or FIGAWA (German Federal Association of Gas
and Water Companies) regulations or your own
national regulations.
Single stage level function (liquid level + low flow contact) for
skimmer/surge water tank.
The function[Liquid level] is particularly suitable for swimming pools
with a skimmer (surface suction device). With a continuous signal
from the minimum contact to the digital input [K03], the water topup solenoid valve switches on. If the water top-up solenoid valve
remains open for more than 180 minutes, the control switches to
fault and off. To increase the filling water quantity per filling, it is
possible to set a filling time of 0 ... 8 minutes.
A1253
Fig. 13: Single stage level function
5.6.2 Two level functions, single stage and overflow alarm
This function comprises a single stage level function and a forced
switching of the circulating pump at [Level Max++]. When used
with two level points, the maximum level can be used for switching
the circulating pump. The electrical connection is made to digital
input K3 [Liquid level], the [Max ++] switching point to [K5] and the
possible flow control signal [Water flow] to [K4].
Function: If the circulating function is not active due to the timer,
rather normal swimming pool operation mode is active and the
surge water tank then overflows due to heavy wave formation, the
circulating pump starts automatically for 10 minutes. If the level
switch still reports a too high level in the surge water tank, then this
process repeats. The solenoid valve is connected to terminal [P4]
or [P6].
A1259
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Application examples for the F module functions
Fig. 14: Two level functions, single
stage
5.6.3 Level function with 4 level signallers
Logical function
The four-stage level function is checked for logical
function. If the [--] Low flow contact and the [+] Max‐
imum level are active, an error message is output.
Four-stage level function with the functions
n
n
n
n
A1252
Fig. 15: Level switch
[--] low flow contact
[-] minimum level
[+] maximum level
[++] alarm level
With this version, 4 switching points are monitored. Suitable ProMi‐
nent® level switches must be used here (part number 1019244
single weight // 1031592 level switch, 1-stage, with PVDF/PE 5 m
fixed cable). The [--] contact switches the circulating pump off to
protect against ‘Dry running’ , if the [--] contact is no longer con‐
nected, then the circulating pump automatically restarts. If a [--] low
flow contact alarm occurs during backwashing, then the back‐
washing stops. However the backwashing is not continued until
completed, rather backwashing is started later by the normal filter
program. If the [-] contact is activated, the top-up water solenoid
valve is opened to make-up the missing swimming pool water. The
level switching point [+] contact closes the top-up water solenoid
valve, while if the [++] contact is reached, an alarm message is
output. If the [++] contact is activated during a standstill,
[Circulating operation pause], of the circulating pump, then the cir‐
culating pump switches on automatically, to transport the high
water produced by the wave process back into the swimming pool
before it flows into the drain via the overflow. If another paddle
switch is connected, that prevents running dry of the circulating
pump during a standstill, then this must be connected to the [K01]
digital input.
Connection interfaces of the level switches
n
n
n
n
[--] contact to [K02]
[-] contact to [K03]
[+] contact to [K04]
[++] contact to [K05]
5.7 Sample water valve: On/Off
If the sample water pump is controlled or a solenoid valve inte‐
grated in a free outlet, then this function
[Sample water valve: On/Off] switches the corresponding compo‐
nent [On/Off]. During standstill of the circulation (pause or back‐
washing), a solenoid valve or a sample water pump in the sample
water line must prevent flow of the swimming pool water, because
otherwise the swimming pool can run dry. The solenoid valve
closes, if no mains voltage is present at the terminals [P3] or [P6 ].
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.8 Heating function "Heating enable"
An additional temperature sensor is always required
for heating control.
Heating control-heat exchanger:
The temperature of the swimming pool water is measured using
the integrated temperature measurement of the chlorine sensor for
compensation of the chlorine measurement. This temperature
measurement can also be used to control a valve or pump for
heating purposes. Connection of the valve or pump to the terminals
[P2] ... [P7] of the F module. The setpoints and switching behaviour
are set in the operating menu of the Dulcomarin® II under
[Parameter].
Solar heating: "Solar heating enable"
To make possible resource saving operation, a ‘Solar priority
connection’ can be activated. If the solar temperature is about 5 °C
higher that the swimming pool water temperature, then the solar
pump or the solenoid valve is, as necessary, activated and the
solar energy used. If the water temperature in the swimming pool
water is lower than the desired setpoint, then the normal heater is
activated. This control mechanism is implemented until the solar
temperature falls below the 5 °C difference with the swimming pool
water. It is then possible to heat using the other energy carriers via
a heat exchanger, if this is required. Connection of the F module
takes place at the terminals [P2] ... [P7]
The heating system must be activated in the M module so that it
can be set up. The set-up and selection takes place identically to
all other modules of the Dulcomarin® II. Under [RTD (temperature)]
in the M module the parameters, [], [PT100/1000] or
[PT100/TempCL] can be freely adjusted. If the [PT100/1000]
sensor is activated, the set temperature can be controlled using a
heat exchanger. If [PT 100/TempCL] is activated, the control ini‐
tially controls, provided there is a sufficiently high temperature in
the solar absorber, the heating of the swimming pool using the
solar input and only once the difference temperature has fallen
below 5°, does the control switch the solar absorber off or switch
over to the control variable [Enable heating]. If no output is avail‐
able for [Enable heating], then heating of the pool water is only via
the solar absorber (solar energy). If the circulation timer is not
active and the sun heats the solar absorber above a 5 °C differ‐
ence, then circulation starts automatically in order to use the
energy input and avoid overheating of the solar absorber.
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.9 Gutter cleaning function
For a swimming pool with a overflow gutter it is necessary that the
gutter is cleaned regularly in accordance with the level of pool
usage. Care must be taken to ensure the chemicals used cannot
enter the swimming pool water circuit, to prevent this, a solenoid
valve is inserted in the drain. This solenoid valve opens during
cleaning of the overflow gutter. As a result chemically contami‐
nated swimming pool water flows away into the drain. A contact to
terminal [K01] ... [K05] creates a potential-free contact. If the con‐
tact is [live], the circulation is stopped. The solenoid valve can also
be connected to the Dulcomarin® II; to do this the solenoid valve
must be connected to terminal [P02] ... [P07] (230V). If the sole‐
noid valve is operated with a direct power supply, then the contact
must only be made or broken to stop or start circulation. To ensure
that the last chemical residues are rinsed out, the solenoid valve
closes just 15 seconds after switching on of the circulation.
Digital input and MV active: The switch makes a contact: Circula‐
tion off, metering off and switch-on delayed. The solenoid valve
control and the potential-free contact must be wired together and
activated on the same F module.
Function dependencies
n Only digital input active: circulation function and metering off.
n Solenoid valve is active via the key in the visualisation: circula‐
tion and metering are off, also switching on of the solenoid
valve is delayed.
n The digital input and the solenoid valve are active: the switch
makes a contact: Circulation off, metering off and switch-on is
delayed.
Operation using two F modules
The solenoid valve control and the potential-free con‐
tact must be wired together and activated on the same
F module.
5.10
Attractions
Control function and feedback
Control of the attractions and the corresponding feed‐
back must be carried out by the same F module. If two
F modules are incorporated in a swimming pool circuit,
then the control function and feedback may not be
mixed, rather they must be carried out by the same F
module.
The following attractions can be controlled using the Dulcomarin®
II:
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.10.1
Cover "Open/Close"
WARNING!
Danger of drowning
Possible consequence: Fatal or very serious injuries.
Cause: Closing of the cover could result in pool-users
being pushed under the water and drowned.
Measure: Only activate the cover when you can see
the pool directly. When doing so you must have an
overall view of the swimming pool without any dead
angles or blind-spots and a complete view of the
bottom of the pool. The swimming pool operator is
responsible for ensuring that work procedures are
such that the safety of pool-users is always ensured.
If relay [P2] ... [P7] has the function [Cover "Open/Close"] assigned
to it, then the corresponding function is started upon receipt of a
230 V current pulse. Upon receipt of the second pulse, the cover
travels in the [OPEN] direction until the limit switch is reached.
Then the function stops. Twin pressing of the second function
[CLOSE] activates automatic closing. The limit switch stops the roll
cover. The limit switch (condition: Roll cover completely open)
must be wired to the digital inputs [K01] ... [K05].
All active actions stop if the cover is being closed or is closed.
Solely the attraction [Underwater light] can be manually switched
on again after complete closing of the cover, provided this option is
appropriately configured in the controller.
5.10.2
Counterflow system
NOTICE!
Ensure that no toys, vacuum cleaners or similar are in
the swimming pool during functioning of the counter‐
flow system. These extraneous bodies could damage
the counterflow system or irreparably destroy it. Posi‐
tion all devices, objects and garden furniture at a suffi‐
cient distance from the counterflow system at the
swimming pool.
In parallel, at the existing control boxes of the counterflow system
the manual-pneumatic pulse can be simulated by a current pulse
(to terminal [P1] ... [P5]) thus providing a means for remotely
switching the attraction on or off. A feedback contact from the con‐
trol unit to the digital input [K01] ... [K05] provides the Dulcomarin®
II with a corresponding feedback signal. This actual state is then
displayed in the Dulcomarin® II visualisation.
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.10.3
Flood and neck shower
The control and feedback function of the [Flood and neck shower]
attraction is identical to the control and feedback function of the
counterflow system. It is only necessary to ensure the correct
naming of the attraction and the feedback assignment so that they
correspond to the actual swimming pool installation, as in this way
the Dulcomarin® II visualisation is also matched. If a flood shower
function is activated, then the corresponding symbol appears in the
Dulcomarin® II visualisation and the key naming is the same as the
[Flood and neck shower] attraction.
5.10.4
Massage nozzle
The control and feedback function of the [Massage nozzle] attrac‐
tion is identical to the control and feedback function of the counter‐
flow system. It is only necessary to ensure the correct naming of
the attraction and the feedback assignment so that they corre‐
spond to the actual swimming pool installation, as in this way the
Dulcomarin® II visualisation is also matched. If a massage function
is activated, then the corresponding symbol appears in the Dulco‐
marin® II visualisation and the key naming is the same as the
[Massage nozzle] attraction.
5.10.5
Underwater light
WARNING!
Transformer interconnection
Cause: Electrical energy in the wet area of a swimming
pool
Possible consequence: Death or extremely severe
injury
Measure: You must only operate the underwater light
using a low voltage. To do this a suitable transformer
must be interconnected. Please contact a specialist
electrical company.
The underwater light is switched on using a mains voltage of 230 V
at the terminals [P1] ... [P5]. The underwater light is operated using
a low voltage transformer. The low voltage transformer is supplied
via the 230 V output.
Visualisation on the Dulcomarin® II does not appear because the
light can readily be seen in-situ.
No digital feedback is processed as visual identification is easily
possible. A changed state is shown in the Dulcomarin® II and on
the visualisation. However the changed state cannot be exactly
visualized via an external switch pulse. The change between ON/
OFF is nevertheless displayed.
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Application examples for the F module functions
5.11
Flow control
Actual measurement of the circulation
flow
If a flow meter is integrated, then the value of this flow can be inte‐
grated in the Dulcomarin® II, provided the value can be forwarded
using pulse frequencies, so that the actual circulation flow rates are
displayed. The advantage of this is that, if the output of the circu‐
lating pump declines or if there is an increase in the differential
pressure across the filter, this state is directly indicated. If the
desired flow can no longer be achieved, then using suitable meas‐
ures, e.g. through initiation of backwashing of the filter, this clog‐
ging can be removed and the original flow rate achieved again.
This digital input pulses are processed via terminal [K01] or [K02].
You can parameterise the corresponding parameters in the
[Configuration] menu of the Dulcomarin® II (1 pulse = 25 litre circu‐
lation quantity). In this way you receive a precise indication of the
flow on the Dulcomarin® II display.
Measurement of the fresh-water topup
5.12
To achieve an overview of the quantity of the fresh water top-up,
there is an option permitting electronic measuring of the fresh
water quantity using a contact water meter integrated in the swim‐
ming pool water system. Using an electronic meter, the water con‐
sumption since the installation or since resetting of the values is
displayed. This function indicates a possible water loss, e.g. due to
defective valves/piping or leaks in the swimming pool. The water
meter pulses must be matched to the installation situation. 1 pulse
= 100 litre water, e.g. 10 pulses = 1m3 fresh water top-up.
Control variables for disinfection and pH-control
These can be activated under [K2].
Here the following control variable can be set:
n
n
n
n
n
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pH
Redox
Chlorine
Combined chlorine
Temperature
Troubleshooting
6
Troubleshooting
Entry in LOG file
Caused by:
Effect of the action:
"Start (Control,Circ.)!"
"Start/Stop" key
The circulating pump and the control vari‐
able values are started (automatically), if a
timer is active.
"Stop (Control,Circ.)!"
"Start/Stop" key
The circulating pump and the control vari‐
able values are stopped (manual stop), if a
timer is active.
"Circ. STOP MAN. !"
"Circ. stop" key
The circulating pump is stopped (manual
stop), if a timer is active.
"Circ. 1 MAN. !" ;
"Circ. 2 MAN. !"
"Manual" key
The circulating pump is switched from
manual to automatic.
"Circ. 1 AUTO. !" ;
"Circ. 2 AUTO. !"
"Auto" key
The circulating pump is switched from auto‐
matic to manual.
"Circ.1 N.O.
MAN. !" ; "Circ. 2
N.O. MAN. !"
"Circ. normal operation" key
The circulating pump is operated in
[Manual mode] ➨ [Normal operation].
"Circ.back wash 1
MAN. !" ; "Circ.back
wasch 2 MAN. !"
"Circ. backwash" key
The circulating pump is operated in Manual
mode ➨ Backwashing.
"FW. Lev. OK. FW.
Time Start !"
Liquid level, level measure‐
ment
Fresh water top-up is also started with a
filling time.
"FW. Stop !"
Liquid level, level measure‐
ment
Fresh water top-up is ended
"FW. Start !"
Liquid level, level measure‐
ment
Fresh water top-up is started.
"FW. Checkout time!"
Liquid level, level measure‐
ment
The control time of 180 minutes fresh water
top-up is exceeded.
"Level++ --> Circ. ON
10 Minutes."
[Level ++]
The circulating pump starts because the
[Level ++] is reached.
"Niveau++ Error ->Deleted. "
[Level ++]
[Level ++] is no longer active.
"Niveau-- --> Circ.
OFF."
[Level --]
Function: Dry running protection. Circulation
is stopped.
"Niveau- --> FW.
Start !"
[Level - ]
Fresh water top-up is started.
"Niveau+ --> FW. Stop
"
[Level +]
Fresh water top-up is stopped.
"No flow --> Circ.1
OFF. " ; "No flow -->
Circ.2 OFF. "
Paddle switch 1 and 2
Function: Dry running protection. Circulation
is stopped. Circulation must be manually
restarted.
"Cleaning process
start."
Gutter cleaning
Gutter cleaning is started.
"Clening process
stopped."
Gutter cleaning
Gutter cleaning is ended.
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Troubleshooting
Entry in LOG file
Caused by:
Effect of the action:
"SET:Backwasch Emergency STOP."
Pumping system is faulty
If the pumping system reports a fault, then
no backwashing is carried out until this fault
is cleared.
"DELETE:Backwash
Emergency STOP."
Pumping system no error
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Technical data
7
Technical data
7.1 Ambient conditions
Description
Value
Working temperature:
- 10 °C ... + 45 °C
Storage temperature:
- 20 °C ... + 85 °C
Air humidity:
max. 95 % (non-condensing)
Air pressure:
max. 2000 m (above sea level)
7.2 Mechanical data
Description
Value
Weight:
approx. 525 g
Dimension (WxLxH):
approx. 218x172x42 mm
7.3 Electrical data
Power supply (at XP1)
Mains voltage: 90-254 V AC 50/60 Hz. Created at terminal XP1.
Current consumption Dependent on the connected loads. The
independent requirement of the electronics is max. 30 W. During
operation no more than insignificant spikes are to be expected.
Terminal strip XP1-Pin
Signal
Function
1
L
Phase
2
N
Neutral conductor
3
PE
Protective earth conductor
Fuses
On-board fuses
n F2: 0.63 ampere, slow-acting, (in fuse holder F1) for the elec‐
tronics - internal unit (F module)
n F4: 10 ampere, slow-acting, (in fuse holder F3) for the switched
outputs XR2 (relay K2), XR3 (relay K3), XR6 (relay K6).
– Maximum load: 8 amperes, due to a possible ambient tem‐
perature of up to 45 °C
n F6: 10 ampere, slow-acting, (in fuse holder F5) for the switched
outputs XR4 (relay K4), XR5 (relay K5), XR7 (relay K7).
– Maximum load: 8 amperes, due to a possible ambient tem‐
perature of up to 45 °C
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Technical data
7.4 Inputs and outputs
Alarm relay
Terminal
Signal
Description
Function
Protective cir‐
cuit
XR1
1
C-root
Alarm relay P1
2
N -N/O
Alarm message Varistor
potential-free
2
NC
Perform‐
ance
Load type
Max.
690VA
Only ohmic
load
<3A
Output relay
Terminal
XR2
XR3
XR4
XR5
XR6
XR7
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Signal
Function
Protective circuit
Performance
Load type
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F4
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F4
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F6
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F6
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F4
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
1
L (switched)
2
N
Output relay 230
V, feeding
R-C circuit and
varistor - fuse F6
3
PE
Max.
1100VA (≤
5A) starting
current, max.
30A for 0.5s
Ohmic and
inductive (up
to cos phi =
0.4)
Technical data
Digital input
Terminal
Signal
Description
Frequency
Switch
Galvanic Isolation
XK1
1
+
Digital input 1
Max. 10 kHz
2
-
Potential-free mechan‐
ical contact or open-col‐
lector
Isolated to the μC
and all other
interfaces
3
+
Digital input 2
Max. 10 kHz
4
-
Potential-free mechan‐
ical contact or open-col‐
lector
Isolated to the μC
and all other
interfaces
1
+
Digital input 3
Max. 10 kHz
2
-
Potential-free mechan‐
ical contact or open-col‐
lector
Isolated to the μC
and all other
interfaces
3
+
Digital input 4
Max. 10 kHz
4
-
Potential-free mechan‐
ical contact or open-col‐
lector
Isolated to the μC
and all other
interfaces
1
+
Digital input 5
Max. 10 kHz
2
-
Potential-free mechan‐
ical contact or open-col‐
lector
Isolated to the μC
and all other
interfaces
3
----
----
----
----
----
4
----
XK2
XK2
Description
Value
Insulation voltage
500 Vpp max.
Output voltage
max. 11 V (electrical strength of the switch)
Short-circuit current (also capacitative discharge
currents)
max. 15 mA
Max.switching frequency (hardware)
10 kHz
Max. frequency
Software filter sets the maximum frequency
Type, cable length and installation regulations, that
are recommended for ensuring insensitivity to inter‐
ference
30 m (EMC standard 61326)
Terminal range
0.14 mm2…1.5 mm2
Contact resistance open
> 100 kΩ
Contact resistance closed
< 100 Ω
Switch
Mechanical contact or open collector (potential-free)
Protective equipment
Against voltage infeeds up to +30 V....-12 V
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Technical data
Current output
Terminal
Signal Description
Function
Cut-off fre‐
quency
Precision
Load
Galvanic Isola‐
tion
XK1 1
AN-A
+
Analog
output 1
0/4-20
mA
output
Approx. 3Hz
0.5 % of the
measuring
range
Max.
400Ω
Isolated to the
μC and all other
interfaces
Analog
output 2
0/4-2
0mA
output
Approx. 3Hz
0.5 % of the
measuring
range
Max.
400Ω
Isolated to the
μC and all other
interfaces
2
AN-A-
3
AN-A
+
4
AN-A-
Description
Value
Insulation voltage:
500Vpp max.
Output voltage max.:
18V (idle)
Overvoltage-resistant up to:
±50V (no function, for output current 0mA, at 21.5mA up to 30V, otherwise
overheating of the control transistor is possible)
Ripple max.:
450 ohm at 21.5 mA (alarm), 480 ohm at 20.5 mA
Output current:
0/3.8 – 20.5mA; 21.5mA (alarm)
Cut-off frequency:
approx. 3Hz
Accuracy:
± 0.5% of the limit value at device temperature = calibration temperature
Resolution:
>12 bit
PWM frequency:
approx. 200Hz
7.5 Standards
Description
Standard
Electrical safety:
EN 61010 Measuring, control, regulating and laboratory devices
EMC:
DIN EN 61326-1 Measuring, control, regulating and laboratory devices
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Index
8
Index
"
Question: How are the mA outputs allocated?....... 6
"Private pool" terminal allocation.......................... 10
1, 2, 3 ...
3-way rod valve.................................................... 20
5-way valve.......................................................... 20
A
Access code......................................................... 13
C
Circulation On/Off, voltage 230 V......................... 17
D
Delay periods......................................................... 8
Digital inputs........................................................... 6
DIN 19643:2011-05.............................................. 18
DIN contact............................................................ 6
DIN Error.............................................................. 18
G
General non-discriminatory approach.................... 3
J
JPEG format......................................................... 11
M
mA outputs............................................................. 6
N
Non-discriminatory approach................................. 3
O
Outputs................................................................... 7
Q
Question: Are there any application examples
for the F module functions?.................................. 17
Question: How are the digital inputs allocated?..... 6
Question: How are the outputs allocated?............. 7
Question: How are the terminals of the Fmodule allocated?.................................................. 6
Question: How do I clear an error? ..................... 29
Question: How is the F module set up?............... 13
Question: What delay periods does the
system specify?...................................................... 8
Question: What functions does the F module
come with?............................................................. 5
Question: What is the maximum total level of
the power consumers?......................................... 17
Question: What quality must the photos have
for visualisation?.................................................. 11
Question: What standards are applicable to
the F module?...................................................... 34
Question: What technical data are there?............ 31
Question: What terminal allocations are there? . . 10
R
Redox circulation.................................................. 19
S
Setting: Circulation 0/4 ... 20 mA ......................... 18
T
Terminal allocations F module .............................. 6
Total of power consumers no more than 2 kW.... 17
V
Visualisation......................................................... 11
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