Kamstrup Multical 801 Heat Meter

Kamstrup Multical 801 Heat Meter
MULTICAL® 801
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„„ Precise measuring of heat and cooling up to 30,000 m³/h
„„ Remote reading with four communication channels
„„ 4 analogue outputs
„„ Two plug-in modules simultanously: GSM, M-Bus,
RadioRouter, LonWorks pulse inputs for electricity
and water meters
„„ Data logger with latest 460 days, 36 months and
15 years as well as programmable data logger
„„ Complies with EN 1434:2007 Class C and
MID M1, E1 and E2
MID-2004/22/EC
M12 0200
DK-0200-MI004-009
IP67
Application
MULTICAL ® 801 is a robust and rugged calculator. It is ideal for buildings
and industries using extra communication possibilities, programmable
functions and a wide range of other
modules.
MULTICAL® 801 is used for measurement of both heat and cooling in all
water based plants with flow temperatures from 2°C to 180°C and with all
flow meter sizes between qp 0.6 m³/h
and qp 30,000 m³/h.
The meter is simple to install, read
and verify. Furthermore,
MULTICAL® 801 contributes to keeping the annual operating costs at a
minimum with its unique combination
of high measuring accuracy and long
lifetime.
If MULTICAL® 801 is connected to
flow meters installed in both flow and
return pipes, the meter can monitor
leaks and burst in the heating/cooling
system. Furthermore, leakages in the
tap water system can be monitored
by means of pulses if a water meter is
connected.
MULTICAL® 801 can be extended by
two independent modules in the form
of GSM/GPRS, M-Bus, RadioRouter
and LonWorks. The modules also
include two extra pulse inputs for
connection of water and electricity
meters. The modules make remote
reading of the meter possible.
MULTICAL® 801 receives volume pulses from the connected flow meters
and calculates the energy for every
predetermined water volume. The
energy calculation includes temperature measurements in flow and return
as well as correction for density and
heat content according to EN 1434.
MULTICAL® 801 fulfils the IP67
requirements to very rugged design
and robust functionality. The IP67 seal
guarantees that the meter is resistant
to dust, humidity and water.
Pulse outputs, valve control, battery
backup and many other features are
standard functions in MULTICAL® 801.
MULTICAL® 801 can be supplied by
230 VAC or 24 VAC.
Industrivej 28, Stilling · DK-8660 Skanderborg · Tel: +45 89 93 10 00 · Fax: +45 89 93 10 01 · [email protected] · www.kamstrup.com
MULTICAL® 801
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Contents
Calculator functions
3
Cabinet design
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Approved meter data
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Electrical data
11
Mechanical data
13
Materials13
Tolerance band
13
Order specifications
14
Accessories15
Dimensional sketches
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MULTICAL® 801
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Calculator functions
Energy calculation
MULTICAL® 801 calculates energy based on the formula in EN 1434-1:2004, in which the international
temperature scale from 1990 (ITS-90) and the pressure definition of 16 bar is used.
The energy calculation can in a simplified way be expressed as:
Energy = V x ∆Θ x k.
V
is the supplied water volume
∆Θ
is the temperature difference measured
k
is the thermal coefficient of water
The calculator always calculates energy in [Wh], and then it is converted into the selected measuring
unit.
E [Wh] =
V x ∆Θ x k x 1000
E [kWh] =
E [Wh] / 1,000
E [MWh] =
E [Wh] / 1,000,000
E [GJ] =
E [Wh] / 277,780
E [Gcal] =
E [Wh] / 1,163,100
Application types
MULTICAL® 801 operates with 9 different energy formulas, E1...E9, that are all calculated in parallel in
connection with each integration no matter how the meter is configured.
The energy types E1 to E9 are calculated as follows:
E1=V1(T1-T2)k
Heat energy
(V1 in flow or return)
E2=V2(T1-T2)k
Heat energy
(V2 in return)
E3=V1(T2-T1)k
Cooling energy
(V1 in flow or return)
E4=V1(T1-T3)k
Forward energy
E5=V2(T2-T3)k
Return energy or tapping from return
E6=V2(T3-T4)k
Tap water energy, separate
E7=V2(T1-T3)k
Tap water energy, flow pipe
E8=m³xT1
(Flow pipe)
E9=m³xT2
(Return pipe)
This renders MULTICAL® 801 capable of calculating the heat and cooling energy of most applications,
both closed and open systems.
All energy types are data logged and can be displayed independent of configuration.
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Calculator functions
Example 1:
Closed thermal system with 1 or 2 flow sensors
Example 2:
Closed thermal system with 2 flow sensors
Example 3:
2 heat circuits with joint flow
Example 4:
Open system with 2 flow sensors
Flow measurement
MULTICAL® 801 calculates current water flow according to two different principles depending on the connected flow sensor type:
• The flow indication of electronic flow meters is updated every 10 seconds.
• The flow indication of mechanical flow meters, typically with reed contact, is calculated on the basis
of periodic time measurement and is updated with each volume pulse.
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Power measurement
MULTICAL® 801 calculates current power on the basis of current water flow and the temperature difference measured in connection with the latest integration.
Current power is updated in the display simultaneously with the flow update.
Min. and max. flow and power
MULTICAL® 801 registers minimum and maximum flow and power on a monthly as well as on a yearly
basis. The registrations which appear from the display or can be read via data communication include
max. and min. flow and power values, all with date indication.
All max. and min. values are calculated as largest and smallest average respectively of a number of current flow or power measurements. The average period used for all calculations is selected in the interval
1…1440 min.
Temperature measurement
MULTICAL® 801 is available in different versions for either Pt100 or Pt500 sensors as well as in 2-wire
and 4-wire versions.
The measuring circuit includes a high resolution analog/digital converter with a temperature range of
0.00…185.00°C.
In addition to current temperatures for the energy calculation average temperatures on a yearly and
monthly basis can also be displayed.
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Calculator functions
Display functions
MULTICAL® 801 is equipped with a clear LC display including 8 digits, units of measurement and information panel. In connection with energy and volume readings 7 or 8 digits and the units of measurement to match are used, whereas 8 digits are used when e.g. meter number is read.
As a starting point the display shows accumulated energy. When the push buttons are activated the
display reacts immediately by calling other readings. The display automatically returns to accumulated
energy reading 4 minutes after the latest activation of the push buttons.
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MULTICAL 801
The upper push button is used to switch between the primary readings. The consumers typically use the first primary
readings in connection with self-reading for billing purposes.
The lower push button is used to show secondary information on the selected primary reading.
Info codes
MULTICAL® 801 constantly monitors a number of important functions, e.g. power supply, temperature
sensors and leakage alarms. Should a serious error occur in the measuring system or in the installation,
a flashing “info” will appear in the display whilst the error exists. The “info” panel will automatically
disappear when the error has been corrected.
An info event logger indicates how many times the info code has been changed.
The info logger stores the latest 50 changes, of which 36 can be displayed.
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Calculator functions
Standard
Info code
Description
Response time
0
No irregularities
-
1
The supply voltage has been interrupted
-
8
Temperature sensor T1 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
4
Temperature sensor T2 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
32
Temperature sensor T3 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
64
Leak in cold water system
24 hours
256
Leak in heating system
24 hours
512
Burst in heating system
120 sek.
ULTRAFLOW® X4 info (must be activated CCC=4XX)
Info code
Description
Response time
16
Flow meter V1 communication error,
signal too weak or wrong flow direction
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
1024
Flow meter V2 communication error,
signal too weak or wrong flow direction
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
2048
Flow meter V1 wrong pulse figure
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
128
Flow meter V2 wrong pulse figure
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
4096
Flow meter V1, signal too weak (air)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
8192
Flow meter V2, signal too weak (air)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
16384
Flow meter V1 wrong flow direction
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
32768
Flow meter V2 wrong flow direction
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
Data loggers
MULTICAL® 801 contains a permanent memory (EEPROM), where the results of a number of various data
loggers are stored. The meter contains the following data loggers which can be read on the display or via
serial data:
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Data logging interval
Data logging depth
Logged value
Yearly logger
15 years
Counter register
Monthly logger
36 months
Counter register
Daily logger
460 days
Consumption (increase)/day
Programmable data logger
1080 loggings
(e.g. 45 days‘ hour loggings or
11 days‘ 15 min. loggings)
30 registers
and values
Info logger
50 events
Info code and date
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Calculator functions
Leak surveillance
16
14
Leakage
inkg/time
kg/hour
Lækage
Lækage ii kg/time
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
400
410
420
-2
430
440
450
460
Antal
dage
Antal dage
Number of days
District heating systems
The leak surveillance system is primarily intended for direct connected district heating installations. The
surveillance system consists of two water meters based on the ultrasonic principle, placed in flow and
return pipe respectively, and of temperature sensors in both pipes. MULTICAL® 801 monitors the mass
difference that may appear between flow and return pipe.
Cold-water systems The pulse signal from the cold-water meter of the house can be connected to MULTICAL® 801. In this
way it can monitor the cold-water consumption. A flushing toilet cistern, leaky heating coils in the water
tanks or other leaks will cause that impulses from the cold-water meter are received 24 hours a day.
Pulse outputs CE and CV
MULTICAL® 801 has pulse outputs for energy and volume pulses respectively. CE on terminals 16-17 releases one pulse per least significant digit of the energy count in the display and CV on terminals 18-19
releases one pulse per least significant digit of the volume count in the display.
If a higher resolution of pulse outputs is required, a CCC code with high resolution must be selected.
Pulse inputs VA and VB
MULTICAL® 801 has two pulse inputs, VA and VB, to collect and accumulate pulses remotely, e.g from
cold-water meters and electricity meters. The pulse inputs are physically placed on ”Module 1”.
The pulse inputs VA and VB function independently of the other inputs/outputs.
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Calculator functions
Data connection [62-64]
MULTICAL® 801 has data connection on terminals 62-63-64. The data connection is passive and optoisolated, as shown in the block diagram to the right. Adaption to RS232 level is possible via data cable
type 66-99-106. Adaption to USB is possible via data cable 66-99-098.
The data connection uses the KMP protocol. Please contact Kamstrup for further details on the KMP
protocol.
White
Hvid
63
64
REQ
DATA
62
GND
Green
Grøn
62 63 64
Brun
Brown
DATA
REQ
GND
Voltage supply
MULTICAL® 801 is available with 230 VAC or 24 VAC supply voltage. Both types have battery backup,
which secures clock and energy measurement during power failure.
Plug-in modules
Two plug-in modules, Module 1 and 2, can be added to MULTICAL® 801, in this way the meter can adapt
to various applications and data reading methods.
Programming and verification
METERTOOL for MULTICAL® 801 is a Windows® -based software which includes all facilities for calculator
programming. If the software is used together with VERIFICATION EQUIPMENT for MULTICAL® 801, the
calculator can be tested and verified.
Tariff functions
MULTICAL® 801 has 2 extra registers TA2 and TA3 to accumulate energy parallelly to the main register
based on a programmed tariff condition. No matter which tariff type you select the tariff registers will be
displayed as TA2 and TA3.
The main register is always accumulated, irrespective of the selected tariff function, as it is considered
the legal billing register. Tariff conditions TL2 and TL3 are monitored before each integration. If the tariff
conditions are fulfilled, the consumed heat energy is accumulated in either TA2 or TA3, as well as the
main register.
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Cabinet design
Backup-battery
Power supply
Jumper for modules
Module 2
Module 1
Two optional pulse
inputs VA and VB
Extra power supply for
GSM/GPRS module
Test and verification
plug
Approved meter data
ApprovalDK-0200-MI004-009
Standard
EN 1434:2007 and OIML R75:2002
EU-directives
– MID (Measuring Instruments Directive)
– LVD (Low Voltage Directive)
– EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)
Temperature range
θ: 2...180°C
Differential range
∆Θ: 3...170 K
Accuracy EC ±(0.5 + ∆Θmin/∆Θ)%
Temperature sensors
– Type 67-F and 67-K
– Type 67-G and 67-L
Pt100 – EN 60 751, 4-wire connection
Pt500 – EN 60 751, 4-wire connection
Flow sensor types
– ULTRAFLOW®
– Electronic meters with active and passive pulse output
– Mechanical meters with electronic pick-up
– Mechanical meters with reed switch
Flow sensor sizes
– [kWh]
– [MWh]
– [GJ]
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 15 m3/h
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 15000 m3/h
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 30000 m3/h
EN 1434 designation
Environmental class A and C
MID designation
– Mechanical environment Class M1
– Electromagnetic environment Class E1 and E2
– Non condensing, closed location (indoor installation), 5…55°C
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Electrical data
Calculator data
Typical accuracy
– Calculator – Sensor set Display
LCD – 7 (8) digits with a digit heigth of 7.6 mm with back illumination
Resolution
9999.999 – 99999.99 – 999999.9 – 9999999 – 99999999
Energy units
MWh – kWh – GJ – Gcal
Data logger (Eeprom)
– Standard – Standard 460 days, 36 months, 15 years, 50 info codes
Programmable data logger with a logging depth of 1080 registers
Clock/calendar
– Standard
– Standard
– Standard
Clock, calendar, leap-year compensation, target date
Real time clock with battery backup
Battery backup of energy measurement incl. ULTRAFLOW®
Data communication
– Standard
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EC ±(0.15 + 2/∆Θ)%
ET ±(0.4 + 4/∆Θ)%
KMP protocol with CRC16 used for optical communication and for
base modules
Power in temperature sensors
< 10 µW RMS
Mains supply – 230 VAC – 24 VAC – 24 VAC +15/-30%, 50/60 Hz (all types)
±50%, 50/60 Hz (Type 67-F/G without analogue outputs)
±25%, 50/60 Hz (Type 67-K/L with analogue outputs)
Insulation voltage
4 kV
Power supply
< 3 W without analogue outputs
< 9 W with analogue outputs
Power consumption
Max. 50 mA/230 VAC
Max. 450 mA/24 VAC
Battery backup
3.65 VDC, 2 pcs A-celle lithium (Type No. 66-99-619)
Replacement interval
10 years at normal operation (with supply)
Backup period
1 year (without supply)
The replacement interval is reduced at high ambient temperature
EMC data
Meets EN 1434 Class A and C (MID Class E1 and E2)
Analogue outputs
– Output type – Loop voltage – Output load – Current limitation – Accuracy 0…20 mA or 4…20 mA
0…12.5 VDC
0…500 Ohm
24 mA
0.15%
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Electrical data
Temperature measurement
T1
T2
T3
T4
67-F and 67-K
Measuring range
0.00…185.00°C
0.00…185.00°C
0.00…185.00°C
N/A
4-W Pt100
Preset range
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
67-G and 67-L
Measuring range
0.00…185.00°C
0.00…185.00°C
0.00…185.00°C
N/A
4-W Pt500
Preset range
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
0.01…180.00°C
Max. cable length
Pt100, 2-wire
Pt500, 2-wire
Pt500, 4-wire
2 x 0.25 mm²: 2.5 m
2 x 0.25 mm²: 10 m
4 x 0.25 mm²: 100 m
2 x 0.50 mm²: 5 m
2 x 0.50 mm²: 20 m
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Flow measuring
V1 and V2
ULTRAFLOW®
V1: 9-10-11 and V2: 9-69-11
Reed switches
V1: 10-11 and V2: 69-11
24 V active pulses
V1: 10B-11B and V2: 69B-79B
EN 1434 pulse class
IC
IB
(IA)
Pulse input
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
12 mA at 24 V
Pulse ON
< 0.4 V for > 0.5 msek.
< 0.4 V for > 50 msek.
< 4 V for > 0.3 msek.
Pulse OFF
> 2.5 V for > 10 msek.
> 2.5 V for > 50 msek.
> 12 V for > 10 msek.
Pulse frequency
< 128 Hz
< 1 Hz
< 128 Hz
Integration frequency
< 1 Hz
< 1 Hz
< 1 Hz
Electrical isolation
No
No
2 kV
Max. cable length
10 m
25 m
100 m
Pulse inputs VA and VB
VA: 65-66 and VB: 67-68
Water meter connection
FF(VA) and GG(VB) = 01…40
Electricity meter connection
FF(VA) and GG(VB) = 50…60
Pulse input
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
Pulse ON
< 0.4 V for > 30 msek.
< 0.4 V for > 30 msek.
Pulse OFF
> 2.5 V for > 30 msek.
> 2.5 V for > 30 msek.
Pulse frequency
< 1 Hz
< 3 Hz
Electrical isolation
No
No
Max. cable length
25 m
25 m
Requirements to external contact
Leakage current at function open < 1 µA
Pulse outputs CE and CV
Energy (16-17) Volume (18-19)
Type
Open collector (OB)
Pulse length
Programmable 32 msec., 100 msec. or 247 msec. via METERTOOL
External voltage
5…30 VDC
Current
1…10 mA
Residual voltage
UCE ≈ 1 V at 10 mA
Electrical isolation
2 kV
Max. cable length
25 m
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Mechanical data
Environmental class
Meets EN 1434 Class A and C
Ambient temperature
5…55°C non condensing, closed location
(indoor installation)
Protection class
IP67
Storage temperature
-20…60°C (drained flow meter)
Weight
1.4 kg excluding sensors and flow sensor
Connection cables
6 pcs ø3…6 mm and
3 pcs ø4…8 mm
Top cover
PC
Base unit
PP + 10% GF
Sealing cover, top
ABS
Sealing cover, bottom
PC
Prism behind display
PMMA
Materials
Tolerance band
Max. permitted error [%]
The above diagram shows the typical tolerance band of MULTICAL® 801 compared to the tolerance
requirements of EN 1434.
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Order specifications
MULTICAL® 801
Sensor connection
Pt100 – 4-wire (T1-T2-T3)
Pt500 – 4-wire (T1-T2-T3)
Pt100 – 4-wire (T1-T2-T3)
Pt500 – 4-wire (T1-T2-T3)
Type 67-








F
G
K
L
no analogue outputs
no analogue outputs
4 analogue outputs
4 analogue outputs
Module 2 (VA and VB are not available at module place 2)
No module
M-Bus
RadioRouter **)
LonWorks, FTT-10A
GSM/GPRS module **)
0
V
W
Y
Z
Module 1 (VA and VB are available at module place 1)
No module
M-Bus + pulse inputs
RadioRouter + pulse inputs **)
Data logger + 4-20 mA inputs + pulse inputs
LonWorks, FTT-10A + pulse inputs
M-Bus with alternative registers + pulse inputs
M-Bus module with MC-III data package + pulse inputs
Wireless M-Bus Mode C1 + pulse inputs
Wireless M-Bus Mode C1 with alternative registers + pulse inputs
ZigBee 2.4 GHz int.ant. + pulse inputs
Metasys N2 (RS485) + pulse inputs
00
20
21
22
24
27
29
30
35
60
62
Supply
230 VAC
24 VAC
7
8
Pt500 sensor set (2-wire sensors)
No sensor set
Pocket sensor set w/1.5 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/3.0 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/5 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/10 m cable
Short direct sensor set w/1.5 m cable
Short direct sensor set w/3.0 m cable
3 pocket sensors in sets w/1.5 m cable
3 short direct sensors in sets w/1.5 m cable
0
A
B
C
D
F
G
L
Q3
Flow sensor/pick-up unit
*) Supplied w/1 ULTRAFLOW®
*) Supplied w/2 (identical) ULTRAFLOW®
Prepared for 1 ULTRAFLOW®
Prepared for 2 (identical) ULTRAFLOW®
Prepared for meters w/reed switch output (both V1 and V2)
Prepared for foreign flowpart with passive/active pulses
(specify type)
(specify type)
(specify type)
(specify type)
Meter type
Heat meter, delivered with MID marking
Heat meter, closed systems (MID)
Cooling meter
Heat/cooling meter
Volume meter, hot water
Volume meter, cooling water
Energy meter, open systems
1
2
7
8
L
N
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
Country code (language on label etc.)
XX
*) ULTRAFLOW® is delivered in a separate box which is strapped together with the MULTICAL® 801 carton.
The cable between MULTICAL® 801 and ULTRAFLOW® is not connected on delivery.
**) GSM module and RF module are NOT combinable in the same meter.
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Accessories
DescriptionType No.
Data cable w/USB plug 66-99-098
Infrared optical reading head w/USB plug 66-99-099
Infrared optical reading head RS232 w/D-sub 9F 66-99-102
Q144 dummy cover (144 mm x 144 mm) for blinding in panels/racks 66-99-103
Data cable RS232, D-sub 9F 66-99-106
Infrared optical reading head for Kamstrup/EVL w/RS232 w/D-sub 9F 66-99-136
Infrared optical reading head for Kamstrup/EVL w/USB plug 66-99-144
Verification unit, Pt100 (used with METERTOOL) 66-99-370
Verification unit, Pt500 (used with METERTOOL) 66-99-371
Battery backup (2xA cell lithium battery) 66-99-619
Short circuit pen (for total reset and total programming) 66-99-278
Short circuit jumper (for use with 2-wire temperature sensors) 66-99-209
Jumper for modules 16-40-080
Temperature sensor set with connecting head (2/4 wired) 65-56-4x-xxx
External communication box 67-9x-xxxxx-2xx
Cable gland wrench 15 mm 5920-177
Cable gland wrench 19 mm 5920-178
METERTOOL for MULTICAL® 801 66-99-707
METERTOOL LogView for MULTICAL® 801 Please contact Kamstrup A/S for questions concerning further accessories.
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Dimensional sketches
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Front dimensions of MULTICAL® 801
Mounting dimensions of MULTICAL® 801
B
D
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5
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Wall-mounted MULTICAL® 801
seen from the side
A
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1:5
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Drawer: JES
Material, RoHS Compliant:
Purchaser:
QA:
7
104,5
8
MULTICAL® 801 cable connections
2
Tolerances, unless otherwise stated:
80,5
6
Title:
4
Hovedmål
MC 801
Scale:
3 pcs. M16
ø4...8 mm
First issue: 2008-04-23
Doc. No.:
GHA
1:2
Date: 2008-04-23
Page / of
Rev.:
00 G 1
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All dimensions in [mm]
80,5
E
104,5
64
16
1:5
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This drawing is the proberty of Kamstrup A/S, and must not be copied or presented to a third party unless accepted by Kamstrup A/S in writing.
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