MULTICAL® 302 Data sheet All-round heat and cooling meter,

MULTICAL® 302 Data sheet All-round heat and cooling meter,
Data sheet
MULTICAL® 302
All-round heat and cooling meter,
easy to install and easy to use
• On-site configurable as to inlet and
outlet
• PN25 metal flow sensor, approved up
to 130 °C
• Small pressure loss, all flow sizes
below 0.1 bar
• Dynamic range up to 1:1600 from
start to saturation flow – 1:250 (qi:qp)
MID-2004/22/EC
M15 0200
DK-0200-MI004-031
BEK1178
TS
27.02
001
PTB K 7.2
22.72
13.04
MULTICAL® 302
MULTICAL® 302
Contents
Calculator functions
3
Programming and verification
7
Communication8
Approved meter data
11
Electrical data
12
Mechanical data
13
Material13
Accuracy14
Ordering details 15
Dimensioned sketches
16
Pressure loss
18
Accessories19
Description
Application
The minimal dimensions of MULTICAL® 302 allow this compact allround heat and cooling meter to be installed anywhere. The meter
can be turned during installation, in very compact systems too,
enabling you to obtain optimal reading of the display at all times.
During installation the meter can be configured for installation
of flow sensor in either inlet or outlet pipe. Furthermore, unit and
resolution as well as date/time and M-Bus address can be selected
merely by pressing a button, no special tools needed.
The robust metal flow sensor that endures temperatures up to 130 ˚C
permanently, is effectively protected against condensation and can
be used in both PN16 and PN25 systems.
Wired or Wireless M-Bus
MULTICAL® 302 is available with factory mounted cable for wired
M-Bus or with Wireless M-Bus in either mode C1 or T1 OMS according
to EN 13757.
The flow sensor has been designed with Kamstrup’s unique
ultrasound technique, which ensures extremely long lifetime
– also in magnetite-containing heating systems.
Functionality
MULTICAL® 302 consists of a flow sensor based on ultrasound, an
electronic display unit and a Pt500 sensor pair. These components
are separately calibrated and subsequently assembled into a
heat, cooling or combined heat/cooling meter which must not be
separated.
The M-Bus communication is galvanically separated and comprises
auto-select 300/2400 Baud, primary/secondary addressing and
collision detection. The current consumption of the master is lower
than 1 unit load, and separate registers for heat and cooling energy
are read.
The wireless data communication, Wireless M-Bus, follows the
European standard EN 13757, and the data telegram is configurable
for either mode C1 or mode T1 OMS.
Data communication, including 128 bit AES encryption .
The meter comprises an integral data logger, which saves all
relevant registers for the latest 960 hours, 460 days, 24 months and
15 years.
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Calculator functions
Energy calculation
MULTICAL® 302 calculates energy on the basis of the formula
stated in EN 1434-1:2007, which uses the international temperature
scale issued in 1990 (ITS-90) and the pressure definition of 16 bar.
In a simplified form the energy calculation can be expressed as:
Energy = V x ∆Θ x k.
V is the added volume of water
∆Θ is the measured temperature difference
k is the heat coefficient of the water
The calculator always calculates energy in [Wh], which are
subsequently converted into the selected measuring unit.
E [Wh] =
V x ∆Θ x k x 1,000
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® 302 operates with 4 different energy formulas, E1, E3,
E8 and E9, which are all calculated parallel with each integration no
matter the configuration of the meter.
The four energy types are calculated as follows:
E1=V1(T1-T2)k
Heat energy (V1 in inlet or outlet)
E3=V1(T2-T1)k
Cooling energy (V1 in inlet or outlet)
E8=m³ x T1
Average temperature (inlet)
E9=m³ x T2
Average temperature (outlet)
This enables MULTICAL® 302 to calculate heat and cooling energy
in most applications. All energy types are data logged and can be
displayed dependent on configuration.
Flow measurement
MULTICAL® 302 calculates current water flow every four seconds or
every two seconds determined by configuration.
Power measurement
MULTICAL® 302 calculates current power based on current water
flow and the temperature difference measured at the latest
integration.
Current power is updated in the display every 32 or every 8 seconds
dependent on configuration.
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Calculator functions
Maximum flow and power
MULTICAL® 302 registers maximum flow and maximum power
values on a yearly as well as a monthly basis. The registrations can
be read via data communication or from the display in ”Tech loop”.
All maximum values are calculated as the highest average of a
number of current flow or power measurements. The average period
used for all calculations is selected within the interval of 1...1440
min.
Temperature measurement
Inlet and outlet temperatures are measured by means of an
accurately matched Pt500 sensor set in two-wire version.
The measuring circuit comprises a high-resolution analogue-todigital converter with a temperature range of 0.00 °C to 155.00 °C.
In addition to current temperatures for the energy calculation yearly
and monthly average temperatures can be displayed.
Display functions
MULTICAL® 302 is fitted with an easily readable LC-display
comprising 8 digits, measuring units and an information field.
Energy and volume readings use 7 digits plus corresponding
measuring units, whereas 8 digits are used to display e.g. the meter
number.
Basically accumulated energy is displayed. Activating the pushbutton the display immediately switches to other readings. The
display automatically returns to energy reading four minutes after
the latest activation of the push-button, and after four more minutes
without activation the display switches off in order to save current.
The meter uses four different loops for four different user situations:
• User loop
• Tech loop
• Setup loop
• Test loop
Only one loop can be displayed at a time.
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Calculator functions
User loop
User loop is the primary loop, which is accessible when the meter
has been installed and is in normal operation. The loop includes legal
and most used readings. User loop is primarily intended for the user
of the meter.
Tech loop
Tech loop is primarily for technicians and other persons who are
interested in viewing further data. Tech loop displays all legal
registers, other important registers as well as logged data.
Setup loop
Setup loop comprises everything that can be changed in the meter.
In Setup loop selected configurations in the meter can be changed:
• Customer No.
• Date
• Time
• Target date
• Flow sensor installation (inlet/outlet)
• Energy unit/resolution
• Primary M-Bus address
• Max average peak time
• Heat/cooling-switching
• Radio (on/off)
Test loop
Test loop is intended for laboratories and others who are to calibrate
or verify the meter.
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Calculator functions
Info codes
MULTICAL® 302 constantly monitors a number of important
functions. If a serious error occurs in measuring system or
installation, a flashing “INFO” will appear in the display. The ”INFO”field keeps flashing as long as the error exists no matter which
reading you choose. The ”INFO”-field automatically disappears when
the reason for the error has been removed.
An info-event counter shows how many times the information code
has been changed.
The info logger saves the latest 50 changes, of which the latest 36
changes can be displayed.
Info code
Description
Response time
0
No irregularities
-
1
Supply voltage has been interrupted
-
4
Temperature sensor T2 outside measuring range
< 32 sec.
8
Temperature sensor T1 outside measuring range
< 32 sec.
32
Temperature difference has wrong polarity
< 32 sec. and 0.05 m³
128
Supply voltage too low
< 10 sec.
16
Flow sensor with weak signal or air
< 32 sec.
2
Flow sensor with wrong flow direction
< 32 sec.
Data loggers
MULTICAL® 302 has a permanent memory (EEPROM), in which the
values of many different data loggers are saved. The meter includes
the following data loggers:
Data logging interval
Data logging depth
Data logged value
Yearly logger
15 years
Counter register
Monthly logger
24 months
Counter register
Daily logger
460 days
Counter register
Hourly logger
960 hours
Counter register
Info logger
50 events (36 events can be displayed)
Info code and date
Config. logger
25 config. changes
New config. and date
Power supply
MULTICAL® 302 is available with 1 or 2 built-in A-cell batteries,
• 1 x A-cell lithium battery is sufficient to power MULTICAL® 302 for
an operating period of 6-8 years.
• 2 x A-cell lithium battery must be selected for MULTICAL® 302 if
12-16 years’ battery lifetime is required.
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Programming and verification
METERTOOL for MULTICAL® 302 is Windows-based software that
includes facilities for programming the calculator. Furthermore, it is
possible to test and verify the calculator.
Please contact Kamstrup A/S for further information.
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Communication
MULTICAL® 302 offers two different forms of communication,
namely wired M-Bus or Wireless M-Bus.
Wired M-Bus
If the meter is supplied with built-in wired M-Bus, M-Bus protocol
according to EN 13757-3:2013 is used.
Connection to the M-Bus master is established via the fixed 2-wire
cable. Connection is independent of polarity and the M-Bus interface
is galvanically separated from the rest of the meter.
Communication speed with automatic baud rate detection is 300 or
2400 Baud. Both primary and secondary addressing are supported.
Current consumption: 1 unit load (1.5 mA).
The following data can be read via M-Bus:
M-Bus data header
Current data
Target data*
Meter data
M-Bus ID
Heat energy E1
Heat energy E1
Serial number
Producer ID
Cooling energy E3
Cooling energy E3
Customer number 1
Version
Energy m³ x T1= E8
Energy m³ x T1= E8
Customer number 2
Device type
Energy m³ x T2 = E9
Energy m³ x T2 = E9
Config. number 1
Access counter
Volume V1
Volume V1
Config. number 2
Status
Hour counter
Max. power
Meter type
Configuration
Error hour counter
Max. flow
SW revision
T1
Target date
T2
T1-T2
Current power
Max. power this month*
Actual flow
Max. flow this month*
Info code
Date/time
*
8
Monthly data is transmitted by default. Change to yearly data
possible by means of an M-Bus command.
For further details we refer to Technical description on M-Bus for MULTICAL® 302.
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Communication
Wireless M-Bus
If the meter has built-in wireless M-Bus, you can choose between
Mode C1 or Mode T1 OMS.
Mode C1 is used in connection with Kamstrup’s reading systems and
for drive-by meter reading in general.
Mode T1 OMS is used in connection with OMS-based stationary
networks. The meter has an internal antenna.
Mode C1
Protocol according to EN 13757-4:2013. Transmission interval: 16
sec. Individual 128 bit AES encryption.
Data packets Mode C1
Heat meter
Heat meter
Cooling meter
Heat/cooling meter
HH = 01 or 02
HH = 11 or 12
Header
Header
Header
Header
Producer ID
Producer ID
Producer ID
Producer ID
Serial number
Serial number
Serial number
Serial number
Version
Version
Version
Version
Status
Status
Status
Status
Hour counter
Hour counter
Hour counter
Hour counter
Current data
Current data
Current data
Current data
Heat energy E1
Heat energy E1
Cooling energy E3
Heat energy E1
Volume V1
Info code
Volume V1
Cooling energy E3
Power
Power
Power
Info code
Info code
Info code
Target data*
Target data*
Target data*
Target data*
Date
Date
Date
Date
Heat energy E1 last month
Heat energy E1
Cooling energy E3 last month
Heat energy E1 last month
or
Volume V1
or
Cooling energy E3 last month
Heat energy E1 last year
Energy m³*T1= E8
Cooling energy E3 last year
or
Energy m³*T2= E9
Heat energy E1 last year
Last month or last year*
Cooling energy E3 last year
* Monthly or yearly data depends on HH configuration.
For further details we refer to Technical description for
MULTICAL® 302.
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Communication
Mode T1 OMS
Protocol according to EN13757-4:2013 and OMS Specification
Volume 2 issue 3.0.1.
Transmission interval 15 min. Individual 128 bit AES encryption.
Data packets Mode T1 OMS
Heat meter
Cooling meter
Heat/cooling meter
Header
Header
Header
Device type
Device type
Device type
Producer ID
Producer ID
Producer ID
Serial number
Serial number
Serial number
Version
Version
Version
Status
Status
Status
Current data
Current data
Current data
Heat energy E1
Cooling energy E3
Heat energy E1
Volume V1
Volume V1
Cooling energy E3
Power
Power
Volume V1
Flow
Flow
Power
T1
T1
Flow
T2
T2
T1
Hour counter
Hour counter
T2
Date
Date
Hour counter
Info code
Info code
Date
Info code
Target data*
Target data*
Target data*
Heat energy E1 last month
Cooling energy E3 last month
Heat energy E1 last month
Volume V1 last month
Volume V1 last month
Cooling energy E3 last month
or
or
Volume V1 last month
Heat energy E1 last year
Cooling energy E3 last year
or
Volume V1 last year
Volume V1 last year
Heat energy E1 last year
Target date
Target date
Cooling energy E3 last year
Volume V1 last year
Target date
* Monthly or yearly data depends on HH configuration.
For further details we refer to Technical description for
MULTICAL® 302.
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Approved meter data
EU directives
Measuring Instruments Directive
Low Voltage Directive
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
Pressurised Equipment Directive
Standards
EN 1434:2007, prEN 1434:2013, BEK1178 and PTB TR K7.2
Heat meter
Approval: DK-0200-MI004-031
Temperature range θ: 2 °C…150 °C
Differential range ∆Θ: 3 K…130 K
Cooling meter
Approval: TS27.02.001
Temperature range θ: 2 °C…150 °C
Differential range ∆Θ: 3 K…85 K
The stated minimum temperatures are only
related to the type approval. The meter has no
cutoff for low temperature and thus measures
down to 0.01 °C and 0.01 K.
Approval: PTB TR K7.2 (22.72/13.04)
Temperature range θ: 2 °C…150 °C
Differential range ∆Θ: 3 K…85 K
Accuracy
Calculator: Ec = ± (0.5 + ∆Θmin/∆Θ) %
Flow sensor: Eq = ± (2 + 0.02 qr/qi), but not exceeding ± 5 %
Dynamic range qi:qp
1:250 and 1:100
Temperature sensors
Type 302-T: Pt500 – EN 60 751, 2-wire, hard-wired connection
EN 1434 designation
Accuracy class 2 and 3 / Environmental class A
5…55 °C non-condensing, closed location (indoor installation)
MID designation
Mechanical environment: Class M1 and M2
Electromagnetic environment: Class E1
flow
Presure loss
∆p @ qp
[l/h]
[m³/h]
[bar]
1.2
3
3.0
0.03
G¾B
110
0.6
1.2
3
3.0
0.03
G¾B
130
302Txxxxx12xxx
0.6
1.2
3
3.0
0.03
G¾B
165
302Txxxxx40xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G¾B
110
302Txxxxx41xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G¾B
130
302Txxxxx42xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G¾B
165
302Txxxxx70xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G1B
130
302Txxxxx71xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G1B
190
302Txxxxx72xxx
1.5
3.0
3
5.0
0.09
G1B
220
302TxxxxxA0xxx
2.5
5.0
5
7.0
0.09
G1B
130
302TxxxxxA1xxx
2.5
5.0
5
7.0
0.09
G1B
190
302TxxxxxA2xxx
2,5
5,0
5
7,0
0,09
G1B
220
Nom. flow
Max flow
qp
qs
[m³/h]
[m³/h]
302Txxxxx10xxx
0.6
302Txxxxx11xxx
Type number
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Min. flow cutoff
Saturation
Threaded
connection
on meter
Length
[mm]
11
MULTICAL® 302
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Electrical data
Calculator data
Typical accuracy
Calculator: Ec = ± (0,15 + 2/∆Θ) %
Sensor pair: Et = ± (0,4 + 4/∆Θ) %
Display
LCD – 7 (8) digits with digit height 6 mm
Resolution
9999.999 – 99999.99 – 999999.9 – 9999999
Energy units
MWh – kWh – GJ
Data logger (EEPROM)
Interval log:
960 hours, 460 days, 24 months, 15 years
Event log:
50 Info events, 25 Configuration events
Clock/calendar
Clock, calendar, leap year compensation, target date
Data communication
KMP protocol with CRC16 used for optical communication
M-Bus
Protocol according to EN 13757-3:2013, 300 and 2400 Baud communication speed with automatic baud
rate detection.
Current consumption: 1 unit load (1.5 mA).
Fixed 2-wire cable. Polarity independent.
wM-Bus
Mode C1 protocol according to EN 13757-4:2013. Individual 128 bit AES encryption.
Transmission interval: 16 sec.
Transmission frequency: 868.95 MHz
Mode T1 OMS protocol according to EN13757-4:2013 and OMS Specification Volume 2 issue 3.0.1. Individual
128 bit AES encryption.
Transmission interval: 15 min.
Transmission frequency: 868.95 MHz
Power of temperature sensors < 0.5 µW RMS
Supply voltage
3.6 VDC ± 0.1 VDC
EMC data
Fulfills EN 1434 class A (MID class E1)
Temperature measurement
2-Wire Pt500
Measuring range
T1
T2
∆Θ (T1-T2)
∆Θ (T2-T1)
Inlet temperature
Outlet temperature
Heat metering
Cooling metering
0.00…155.00 °C
0.00…155.00 °C
0.01…155.00 K
0.01…155.00 K
Battery
3.65 VDC, 1 x A-cell lithium
3.65 VDC, 2 x A-cell lithium
Battery life*
8 years @ tBAT < 30 °C
6 years @ tBAT < 45 °C
16 år @ tBAT < 30 °C
12 år @ tBAT < 45 °C
Lithium content
0.96 g
2 x 0.96 g
Transport class
Not subject to dangerous goods regulations
Outside the USA
Non-restricted to transport/Non-assigned to Class 9
Within the USA
Belonging to the category of ”small primary lithium cells”
* The battery life is reduced by use of frequent data communication and high ambient temperature.
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Mechanical data
Environmental class
Fulfils EN 1434 class A and MID class E1and M2
Protection class
Calculator
IP65
Flow sensor and temp. sensor
pair
IP68
Ambient
temperature
Environmental class
Non-condensing
5…55 °C
Condensing
Indoors
(closed position)
Medium temperatures
Heat meters 302-T
2…130 °C
Cooling meters 302-T
2…130 °C
Heat/cooling meters 302-T
2…130 °C
Medium in flow sensor
Water
Storage temperature
-25…60 °C (drained flow sensor)
Pressure stage (with thread)
PN16 and PN25
Weight
From 0.7 to 1.1 kg depending on flow meter size and extension piece
Flow sensor cable
1.2 m (non demountable cable)
Temperature sensor cables
1.5 m (non demountable cables)
At medium temperatures below the ambient temperature the calculator must be wall
mounted in order to prevent condensation.
At medium temperatures above 90 ° the calculator must be wall mounted in order to
prevent too high temperature, especially in relation to display and battery lifetime.
Material
Wetted parts
Flow sensor case
Hot dezincification proof brass (CW 602N)
Diaphragms
Stainless steel, W.no. 1.4404
O-rings
EPDM
Measuring tube
Thermoplastic, PES
Reflectors
Thermoplastic, PES 30 % GF and stainless steel, W.no. 1.4306
Flow sensor cover
Thermoplastic, PC 20 % GF
Wall bracket
Thermoplastic, PC 20 % GF
Calculator case
Top
Thermoplastic, PC 10 % GF
Base
Thermoplastic, ABS with TPE gaskets (thermoplastic elastomer)
Flow sensor
Silicone cable with inner Teflon insulation
Temperature
Silicone cable with inner Teflon insulation
M-Bus
Silicone cable with inner Teflon insulation
Cables
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Accuracy
Heat meter components
MPE according to EN 1434-1
MULTICAL® 302, typical accuracy
Flow sensor
Ef = ± (2 + 0.02 qp/q) %
Ef = ± (1 + 0.01 qp/q) %
Calculator
Ec = ± (0.5 + ∆Θmin/∆Θ) %
Ec = ± (0.15 + 2/∆Θ) %
Sensor pair
Et = ± (0.5 + 3 ∆Θmin/∆Θ) %
Et = ± (0.4 + 4/∆Θ) %
Ec+Et+Ef
Ec+Et+Ef
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Ordering details
MULTICAL® 302
Type 302
Sensor connection
Pt500 (with condensation protected flow sensor)



1,5
1,5
2,5
G¾B (R½)
DN 15
110
G1B (R¾)
DN 20
130
G1B (R¾)
DN 20
130
Meter type
Heat meter
Heat meter/cooling meter
Heat meter
Cooling meter
Heat/cooling meter
With extension to 130 mm
With extension to 165 mm
With extension to 130 mm
With extension to 165 mm
With extension to 190 mm
With extension to 220 mm
With extension to 190 mm
With extension to 220 mm
MID approved as heat meter
MID approved as heat meter
With national approval
E.g. PTB approved as cooling meter
Without approval marking
Country code (language on label etc.) Letters can also be used.
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
1
2
3
Temperature sensors
Pt500, ø 5.2 mm temperature sensors, cable length 1.5 m, with composite union nuts
Pt500, ø 5.2 mm temperature sensors, cable length 1.5 m, with brass union nuts
Length [mm]
110

00
20
21
30
Supply
6-8 years battery, Normal Response meter
12-16 years battery, Normal Response meter
6-8 years battery, Quick Response meter
Connection
G¾B (R½)
DN 15

T
Communication
No communication
M-Bus (comes with 1.5 m factory mounted cable)
M-Bus (comes with 2.0 m factory mounted cable)
Wireless M-Bus, 868 MHz (configurable mode C1 or T1 OMS)
Flow sensor
qp [m³/h]
0,6

θhc= OFF
θhc= OFF
θhc= OFF
θhc= OFF
θhc= ON
Q9
QF
10
11
12
40
41
42
70
71
72
A0
A1
A2
2
3
4
5
6
XX
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Dimensionel sketches
All measurements in [mm]
Calculator
38
MULTICAL® 302 with calculator mounted
on flow sensor
77
59
24
83
128
Wall-mounted calculator
Wall fitting for calculator
47
24
8
24
47
43
Temperature sensor
45
-0,03
5,20 -0,08
34 ±0,5
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Dimensionel sketches
48
L
B3
B1
G
B2
M
A
85
41
Thread
L
[mm]
A
[mm]
B1
[mm]
B2
[mm]
B3
[mm]
Approx. weight
[kg] *
G¾B (R½)
110
12
35
35
40
0.7
G1B (R¾)
130
22
38
38
50
0.8
B3
B1
G
G
B2
M
A
85
L
Thread
L
[mm]
M
[mm]
A
[mm]
B1
[mm]
B2
[mm]
B3
[mm]
Approx. weight
[kg] *
G¾B (R½)
130
73
30
35
35
40
0.8
G¾B (R½)
165
109
66
35
35
40
0.8
G1B (R¾)
190
124
81
38
38
50
1.0
G1B (R¾)
220
154
111
38
38
50
1.1
* The weight indication comprises the whole meter incl. flow sensor, calculator, sensor pair and 2 x A batteries.
Enclosed accessories such as couplings, nipples and sensor pockets, if any,
as well as packing are not included in the weight indication.
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Pressure loss
∆p MULTICAL® 302
A
∆p [bar]
1
B
C
0,1
0,01
0, 1
1
10
Flow [m³/h]
Graph
qp
Size
[m³/h]
18
Nom. diameter
Δ[email protected]
[mm]
[bar]
kv
[email protected] bar
[m³/h]
A
0.6
G¾B x 110 mm
DN15
0.02
4.89
2.4
A
1.5
G¾B x 110 mm
DN15
0.09
4.89
2.4
B
1.5
G1 x 130 mm
DN 20
0.07
5.71
2.9
C
2.5
G1 x 130 mm
DN 20
0.09
8.15
4.1
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MULTICAL® 302
Accessories
Description
Type number
Wall bracket (LEXAN 3412R black)
3026-655.A
Holder for optical reading head
6561-346
Blind plug for temperature sensor in flow sensor (copper-alloyed brass, CW614N)
3130-262
Union nut set for temperature sensors (copper-alloyed brass, CW617N)
4000-010
R½ x M10 nipple (copper-alloyed brass, CW614N)
6556-491
R¾ x M10 nipple (copper-alloyed brass, CW614N)
6556-512
G½ ball valve with M10x1 sensor socket, 48 mm
5920-257
G¾ ball valve with M10x1 sensor socket, 54 mm
5920-271
G½ sensor pocket 35 mm (copper-alloyed brass, CW614N)
6557-302
Infrared optical reading head w/USB plug
6699-099
Infrared optical reading head RS232 w/D-sub 9F
6699-102
Infrared optical reading head for NOWA
6699-304
Kamstrup NOWA KAS software
6699-016
METERTOOL HCW
6699-724
LogView HCW
6699-725
Note: Ball valves with M10x1 socket (type: 6556-474, -475 and -476)
are not suitable for sensors with O-ring seal as they are intended for
flat gaskets.
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MULTICAL® 302
Accessories
Couplings (PN16)
Order code
Size
Nipple
Coupling
6561-323
DN15
R½
G¾
6561-324
DN20
R¾
G1
Material: copper-alloyed brass, CW617N (fitting). Copper-alloyed
brass, CW602N (union nut)
Gaskets for couplings
Order code
Size (coupling)
3130-126
G¾
3130-127
G1
Material: Reinz AFM30
Order code
Description
Length
[mm]
Total length
[mm]
6556-505
Extension piece G¾B
20
130
6556-506
Extension piece G¾B
55
165
6556-507
Extension piece G1B
60
190
6556-508
Extension piece G1B
90
220
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Extension pieces
Material: copper-alloyed brass (CW614N)
For further information on MULTICAL® 302, please see the technical
description (5512-1334) which is available on products.kamstrup.com.
Kamstrup A/S
Industrivej 28, Stilling
DK-8660 Skanderborg
T: +45 89 93 10 00
F: +45 89 93 10 01
[email protected]
kamstrup.com
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