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Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG
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MAIN CATALOGUE
WELCOME TO
CAMILLE BAUER METRAWATT AG.
Further fields of the GMC-Instruments Group:
TEST AND MEASUREMENT
Operating as a leading provider of high-quality instrumentation,
we have pursued the goal of making electric engineering
processes safer, more transparent and thus more efficient for
more than 70 years.
TEST AND MEASUREMENT
Being a leading provider of measuring and testing technology, we offer our
customers a wide and modern portfolio of instruments.
High-quality multimeters, device testers, installation test devices as well as an
extensive service program – this is what Gossen Metrawatt stands for.
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG is an internationally operating
enterprise specialised in solutions for heavy current monitoring
and position sensors for industrial applications.
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG is domiciled in Switzerland and
part of the GMC-Instruments Group. René Weber, Max Ulrich
Managing Director of Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG
Secutest
MEDICAL ENGINEERING
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG is a Swiss company domiciled in Wohlen in the Canton of
Aargau.
At this location, we develop and produce our own products. We are active internationally
and export more than 90 % of our products and services to destinations all over the world.
Metrahit
Profitest
MEDICAL ENGINEERING
More than 100 years of experience in measuring and testing technology
combined with state-of-the-art standards guarantee the highest degree of
quality and reliability in sensitive areas. Our medical engineering instruments
ensure the correct and safe operation of often vital equipment.
Our products are designed especially for industrial use and ensure the smooth operation of
plants, production and processes due to their high quality in terms of accuracy, reliability
and longevity.
In the area of POWER SYSTEM MONITORING, we offer a broad portfolio from a simple
measuring transducer through to multifunctional system modules. Our instruments acquire
variables of state, energy consumption and monitor the quality of the electric grid.
In our POSITION SENSORS portfolio, we offer solutions for angular position and inclination
measurement. Our products range from a simple measuring core through to robust measuring transmitters for application in rough environments.
Seculife DF Pro
PHOTOGRAPHY
Seculife Hit
Seculife SR
PHOTOGRAPHY AND LIGHT MEASURING
Gossen Foto- und Lichtmesstechnik GmbH is specialised in light measurement
and has decades of experience in this field.
The portfolio comprises instruments to determine illumination intensity and
light density and to monitor interior light.
To ensure the careful use of resources and for sustainable cost savings, we offer complete
solutions in the field of ENERGY MANAGEMENT from simple energy meters through to
complete data management software.
Mavo-Monitor
Mavolux
Mavo-Spot
OVERVIEW
01 POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
Measurement solutions for electrical power systems
02 POSITION SENSORS
Measurement solutions for positioning tasks
03 ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Professional energy data acquisition for industry and building engineering
04 SERVICES
Documentation - On-site service - Certification
05 BASICS
Environmental testing - Electromagnetic compatibility - Explosion protection
Further fields of the GMC-Instruments Group:
PHOTOGRAPHY
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TEST AND MEASUREMENT
MEDICAL ENGINEERING
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
The liberalisation of the energy markets and the globally
increasing environmental awareness define a high degree
of responsibility for companies: They are to treat power as
a precious raw material and safeguard the management of
this resource free of any losses. And this without any gaps:
From its generation and transport through to its supply to
and consumption at plants and households.
For these new and particularly varied challenges,
Camille Bauer Metrawatt provides a wide spectrum of
innovative and high-performance products.
Our extensive range of products perwith perfect covering of
the most varied measuring tasks.
The instruments are manufactured according to individual
customer specifications or adapted to requirements in terms
of functionality to guarantee optimum results wherever they
are employed:
Customised measuring performance has always been part
of the service of Camille Bauer Metrawatt.
CONTENT
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01 - 5
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01 - 43
01 - 44
01 - 47
01 - 52
01 - 62
01 - 69
01 - 71
01 - 74
HEAVY CURRENT MONITORING
Overview power system monitoring
Unifunctional transducers for top-hat rail
Multifunctional instruments for top-hat rail
Multifunctional instruments display / panel
Power quality
Process control engineering
Overview process control engineering
Passive signal converters
Active signal converters
Multifunctional signal converters
Videographic recorders
Accessories
Software
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
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OVERVIEW
UNIFUNCTIONAL
TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP-HAT
RAIL
I/U/P/f/φ
WITHOUT DISPLAY
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I, U, f AND P
WITH DISPLAY
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HIGH-VOLTAGE ISOLATION INSULATION
FOR DC VARIABLES
MONITORING
Page 01- 17
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL
INSTRUMENTS FOR TOP-HAT
RAIL
DM5x
Page 01 - 21
CAM
Page 01 - 22
THE CLASSICS
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL
INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY /
PANEL
AM-SERIES
Page 01 - 26
APLUS
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SIRAX-SERIES
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POWER QUALITY
PQ3000
MAVOSYS 10
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PQ EVALUATION
SOFTWARE
Page 01 - 42
PASSIVE
ACTIVE
MULTIFUNCTIONAL
Page 01 - 39
Page 01 - 44
Page 01 - 56
PROGRAMMING AND
ADDITIONAL CABLES
Page 01 - 71
CONFIGURATION
SOFTWARE
Page 01 - 74
DATA MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE
Page 01 - 130
PROCESS CONTROL
ENGINEERING
THE CLASSICS
Page 01 - 36
Page 01 - 42
VIDEOGRAPHIC
RECORDERS
Page 01 - 61
Signal converters
Videographic recorders
SOFTWARE, ACCESSORIES
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
UNIFUNCTIONAL
TRANSDUCERS FOR
TOP-HAT RAIL
These mostly analog based devices are produced as requested by the customer. They convert a heavy-current quantity into a proportional analog DC output signal.
Therefore they are suited to a specific measurement task.
Alternating current transducers are available in different qualities. If the input current is almost sinusoidal a more cost-effective device can be used than for
distorted currents, where the measurement of the RMS value is more complex.
Features
I542
I538
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Measurement of distorted alternating currents
RMS value measurement
2 measuring ranges
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Adjustable maximum value of the measuring range
O
Without power supply
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I552
O
S
O = optional S = standard
Alternating voltage transducers are also divided in different application categories.
Here as well sinusoidal and distorted input signals are distinguished.
Features
U543
U539
Measurement of distorted alternating voltages
RMS value measurement (standard)
Adjustable maximum value of the measuring range (option)
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2-wire technology with 4 …20 mA output (option)
Transducers for frequency, phase angle or their differences.
SINEAX P530 / Q531
Monitoring of power demand
Nominal voltages up to 690 V, nominal current up to 6 A
• Applicable for display, recording, monitoring, controlling
• Connection via transformer or directly
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•
Transducers for active and reactive power are available for different systems.
SINEAX F534 / SINEAX F535 / SINEAX G536 / SINEAX G537
Frequency (SINEAX F534), frequency difference (SINEAX F535)
Phase angle (SINEAX G536), phase angle difference (SINEAX G537)
• Determining the system frequency stability
• Monitoring of the reactive power requirement
• Determination of characteristic value for reactive power compensation
• Applicable for display, recording, monitoring, controlling
•
•
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U554
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▪
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Different characteristics (primary value scale, step)
Without power supply (standard)
U553
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
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SINEAX I542
Current transducer to measure sinusoidal alternating currents, without power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
Without power supply connection, low wiring expenditure
Standard als GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
0…1 A / 5 A, 0…1.2 A / 6 A or customised (0…0.5 A to 0…7.5 A,
only one measuring range), nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
0…1 mA, 0…5 mA, 0…10 mA, 0…20 mA or 0…10 V or
customised (0…1 V to 0…<10 V)
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
69.1 x 35 x 112.5 mm
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Measuring range, switchable
Output signal
129 610
0…1 A / 5 A
0…20 mA
136 433
0…1.2 A / 6 A
0…20 mA
To measure currents with high harmonic content or distorted sinusoidal form SINEAX I552 should be used.
SINEAX I538
Current transducer to measure sinusoidal alternating currents, with power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
Also available in cost-effective 2-wire technology
Standard als GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
0…1 A, 0…5 A or customised 0…0.8 A to 0…1.2 A or 0…4 A to 0…6 A,
nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 4…20 mA 2-wire technology, 0…10 V or customised
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC, 85 – 230 V AC/DC or
230 V AC 50/60 Hz or
24 V DC or 24 V DC via output circuit in 2-wire technology
69.1 x 35 x 112.5 mm
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Article No.
Measuring range
Output signal
Power supply
137 431
0…1 A
4…20 mA
230 V AC, 4-wire connection
137 449
0…5 A
4…20 mA
230 V AC, 4-wire connection
146 979
0…1 A
4…20 mA
24 V DC, 4-wire connection
136 590
0…1 A
4…20 mA
24 V DC, 2-wire technology
146 987
0…5 A
4…20 mA
24 V DC, 4-wire connection
136 607
0…5 A
4…20 mA
24 V DC, 2-wire technology
To measure currents with high harmonic content or distorted sinusoidal form SINEAX I552 should be used.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX I552
Current transducer to measure sinusoidal or distorted alternating currents, with power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
RMS value measurement up to crest factor 6
2 measuring ranges
• Possibility of adjusting the maximum value of the measuring range on site
• Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Can also be used for 400 Hz systems
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
0…1 A / 5 A, 0…1.2 A / 6 A or
customised (0…0.1 / 0.5 A to 0…<1.2 / 6 A)
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz or 400 Hz
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or customised
Setting time 50 ms or 300 ms
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC, 85 – 230 V AC/DC or
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIATIONS
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Article No.
Measuring range,
switchable
Output signal
Power supply
Setting time
133 760
0…1 / 5 A,
50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
85 – 230 V,
DC or 40 – 400 Hz
300 ms
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
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SINEAX U543
Voltage transducer to measure sinusoidal alternating voltages, without power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
Cost-effective measurement of voltages with low harmonic content
Without power supply connection, low wiring expenditure
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
Different ranges from 0…100/√3 to 0…500 V or customized
0…20 V to 0…600 V, maximum 300 V nominal value of the system against earth
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz, maximum value of the measuring range is fixed or
can be set via potentiometer (approx. ±10%)
0…1 mA, 0…5 mA, 0…10 mA, 0…20 mA or
0…10 V or customised (0…1 V to 0…<10 V)
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
69.1 x 35 x 112.5 mm
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
Output signal
137 142
0…120 V, 50/60 Hz
0…20 mA
To measure voltages with high harmonic content or distorted sinusoidal form SINEAX U553 or U554 should be used.
SINEAX U539
Voltage transducer to measure sinusoidal alternating voltages, without power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
Cost-effective measurement of voltages with low harmonic content
Possibility of adjusting the maximum value of the measuring range on site
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
0…100 V, 0…250 V, 0…500 V or customised 0…50 V to 0…600 V
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 4…20 mA 2-wire technology, 0…10 V or customised
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C, Class 1 if Un >500 V
24 – 60 V AC/DC, 85 – 230 V AC/DC or
230 V AC 50/60 Hz or
24 V DC or 24 V DC via output circuit in 2-wire technology
69.1 x 35 x 112.5 mm
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Measuring range
Output signal
146 995
0…100 V, 50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
147 000
0…250 V, 50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
147 018
0…500 V, 50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
136 699
0…100 V, 50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
126 971
0…500 V, 50/60 Hz
4…20 mA
Power supply
230 V AC, 4-wire connection
24 V DC, 2-wire connection
To measure voltages with high harmonic content or distorted sinusoidal form SINEAX U553 or U554 should be used.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
SINEAX U553
Voltage transducer to measure sinusoidal or distorted alternating currents, with power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
RMS value measurement up to crest factor 6
Possibility of adjusting the maximum value of the measuring range on site
• Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Can also be used for 400 Hz systems
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Different ranges from 0…100/√3 to 0…500 V or customized
0…20 V to 0…690 V, maximum 400 V nominal value of the system against earth
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz or 400 Hz, maximum value of the measuring range
can be set via potentiometer (approx. ±15%)
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or customized
0…1 to 0…20 mA or 0.2…1 to 4…20 mA or
0…1 to 0…10 mA or 0.2…1 to 2…10 V
Setting time 50 ms or 300 ms
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also from measurement input) or
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm
SINEAX U554
Voltage transducer to measure sinusoidal or distorted alternating currents, with power supply connection.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
RMS value measurement up to crest factor 6
The measuring range which is of interest can be highlighted
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
Meas. output:
Minimum value 0 V, maximum value of the measuring range E3 = 20…690 V,
Step point 0.1 · E3…0.9 · E3
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz or 400 Hz
Maximum value A3 = 1 mA, 5 mA, 10 mA, 20 mA, 10 V or
customised 1…20 mA or 1…10 V
A
A
A3
A2
A3
A2
A1
E1
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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E2 E3
E
A1
E1
E2 E3
E
E1 = 0
E1 = 0
0.1 · E3 ≤ E2 ≤ 0.9 · E3
0.1 · E3 ≤ E2 ≤ 0.9 · E3
A1 = 0
A1 = 0.2 · A3
A1 ≤ A2 ≤ 0.9 · A3
A1 ≤ A2 ≤ 0.9 · A3
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also from measurement input)
230 V AC 50/60 Hz or
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm
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UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
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SINEAX P530/Q531
Power transducer to measure the active power/reactive power of a single-phase alternating current or a three-phase current.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Monitoring of power consumption in energy distribution systems and process engineering
Determination of the chronological progression of the power input
• Avoidance of under and overload situations, load control
• Monitoring of rotating machines
• Monitoring for blockages, e.g. in conveyor facilities
• Monitoring of energy distribution
• Output signal useable for indication, registration, monitoring and control
• Safety by galvanic isolation and shock-proof terminals (IP20)
• Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
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•
For single-phase system
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
For 3/4-wire three-phase system
Meas. range:
Meas. output:
Meas. principle:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Single-phase alternating current, 3-wire three-phase current with balanced/
unbalanced loads or 4-wire three-phase current with balanced (only P530) /
unbalanced loads
Nominal voltage Un 100…115 V, 200…230 V, 380…440 V, 600…690 V or
100…690 V
Nominal current In 1 A, 5 A or customised (1…6 A)
Maximum value of the measuring range ≥0.75 to 1.3 · nominal output,
unipolar or bipolar
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz, sinusoidal
P530: Maximum value ≤0.75 to 1.3 · nominal output, unipolar or bipolar
Q531: Maximum value ≤0.5 to 1.0 · nominal output, unipolar or bipolar
Maximum output value 1 mA, 2.5 mA, 5 mA, 10 mA, 20 mA, 10 V or
customised 1…20 mA or 1…10 V
Output signal unipolar, bipolar or live-zero
Setting time <300 ms
TDM method
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC, 85 – 230 V AC/DC, ≥85 – 230 V AC from measurement input or
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm (single-phase)
69.1 x 105 x 112.5 mm (3/4 wire three-phase current)
STOCK VARIANTS
Special features
Measured variable active power
Measured variable reactive power
P530
Q531
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▪
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX F534
Frequency transducer for the conversion of the frequency of a system into a proportional DC signal.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Determination of the progression and stability of the fundamental frequency of an electric system
Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Output signal useable for indication, registration, monitoring and control
• Safety by galvanic isolation and shock-proof terminals (IP20)
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•
APPLICATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Frequency is an important command variable of
electric systems or power distribution systems.
Variations of the system frequency particularly occur
in system overload or underload situations. They
must be immediately recognised in order to take
countermeasures in time. Frequency fluctuations
impair the performance of connected machines
disproportionately. However, this can also be utilised
in drive engineering to improve start and speed
characteristics e.g. in frequency converters where
the frequency is employed as a control variable.
The frequency is measured via a zero-phase
voltage or voltage between phases which can be
directly connected via a converter. The instrument
is also suited to distorted voltages with dominant
fundamental waves. A direct current signal
proportional to the measured frequency is available
at the output.
Meas. input:
Meas. range:
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Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Input nominal voltage 10…230 V or 230…690 V
45…50…55 Hz, 47…49…51 Hz, 47.5…50…52.5 Hz, 48…50…52 Hz,
58…60…62 Hz
or customised between 10 and 1500 Hz
Maximum output value 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or
customised in the 1…20 mA or 1…10 V range
Output signal unipolar, symmetrically bipolar or live-zero
Setting time selectable 2, 4, 8 or 16 cycles of the input frequency
Class 0.2 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also internally from measurement input)
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm,
assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
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SINEAX F535
Transducer for acquisition of the frequency difference of two systems to be synchronised.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Determination of the frequency difference as a synchronisation control variable
Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Output signal useable for indication, registration, monitoring and control
• Safety by galvanic isolation and shock-proof terminals (IP20)
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•
APPLICATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Voltage, phase and frequency balance are the basic
preconditions to enable the parallel connection of
generators on one bus bar.
The frequency difference is determined by the
simultaneous measurement of the voltages of the
bus bar and the generator unit to be energised.
The instrument is also suited to distorted voltages
with dominant fundamental waves. A direct current
signal proportional to the measured frequency
difference is available at the output.
Meas. input:
Meas. range:
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Input nominal voltage 10…230 V or 230…690 V
fS = 50 Hz: fG = 49.5…50…50.5 Hz, fG = 47.5…50…52.5 Hz,
fG = 47.5…50…52.5 Hz, fG = 40…50…60 Hz, fS = 60 Hz:
fG = 57.5…60…62.5 Hz or customised between 10 and 1500 Hz
[fS=frequency bus bar, fG=frequency generator]
Maximum output value 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or
customised in the 1…20 mA or 1…10 V
Output signal unipolar, symmetrically bipolar or live-zero
Setting time selectable 2, 4, 8 or 16 cycles of the input frequency
Class 0.2 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also internally from measurement input)
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm,
assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX G536
Transducer for acquisition of the phase angle or power factor between the current and voltage of a single-phase system or
a symmetrically loaded three-phase system.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Monitoring of the reactive power requirement in energy distribution systems and process engineering
Determination of characteristic value for reactive power compensation
• Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Output signal useable for indication, registration, monitoring and control
• Safety by galvanic isolation and shock-proof terminals (IP20)
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•
APPLICATION
TECHNICAL DATA
The instrument serves the acquisition of losses
which are caused by non-linear loads or reactive
impedances. During a day, these might strongly
fluctuate which impedes static reactive power
compensation since overcompensation is not
perwithted.
The transducer for phase angle or power factor can
be connected via current and voltage transformer
or directly. The instrument is also suited to distorted
input variables with dominant fundamental waves.
At the output, a direct current signal proportional to
the measured phase angle or power factor between
current and voltage is available.
Meas. input:
Meas. range:
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Single-phase alternating current system or 3/4-wire three-phase system of the
same load
Nominal voltage 100 V, 230 V, 400 V or customised 10…690 V
Nominal current 1 A, 5 A or customised 0.5…6 A
Nominal frequency 50/60 Hz or 10…400 Hz
Phase angle –60°…0°…+60°el or within –180°…0°…+180°el or
power factor 0.5…cap…0…ind…0.5 or
within –1…ind…0…cap…1…ind…0…cap…–1
Measuring span ≥20°el, unambiguous indication only up to
–175°…0…+175°el
Maximum output value 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or
customised in the 1…20 mA or 1…10 V range
Output signal unipolar, symmetrically bipolar or live-zero
Setting time selectable 2, 4, 8 or 16 cycles of the input frequency
Class 0.5 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also internally from measurement input)
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm,
assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
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SINEAX G537
Transducer for acquisition of the phase angle difference of two systems to be synchronised.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Determination of the phase angle difference as a synchronisation control variable
Standard as GL (Germanischer Lloyd), suitable for ships
• Output signal useable for indication, registration, monitoring and control
• Safety by galvanic isolation and shock-proof terminals (IP20)
•
•
APPLICATION
TECHNICAL DATA
Voltage, phase and frequency balance are the basic
preconditions to enable the parallel connection of
generators on one bus bar.
The phase angle difference is determined by the
simultaneous measurement of the voltage of the
bus bar and the generator unit to be energised.
The instrument is also suited to distorted voltages
with dominant fundamental waves. A direct current
signal proportional to the measured phase angle
difference is available at the output.
Meas. input:
Meas. range:
Meas. output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Input nominal voltage 10…230 V or 230…690 V
Nominal frequency 50 Hz, 60 Hz or customised 10…400 Hz
–120°…0…120°el or customised within –180°…0…180°el,
in which measuring span ≥20°el, unambiguous indication only
up to –175°…0…+175°el
Maximum output value 0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 0…10 V or
customised in the 1…20 mA or 1…10 V range
Output signal unipolar, symmetrically bipolar or live-zero
Setting time selectable 2, 4, 8 or 16 cycles of the input frequency
Class 0.2 at 15…30 °C
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC (also internally from measurement input)
24 V AC / 24 – 60 V DC, connection on the low-voltage side
69.1 x 70 x 112.5 mm,
assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
SIRAX BT5100, BT5200, BT5300
Measuring transducer for voltage, current or frequency.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
One-phase connection (voltage, current or frequency)
2 configurable analog outputs linear or kinked in a range from 0…20 mA / 4…20 mA or 0…10 V
• Quick on-site programming using push buttons or via CB-Configurator software
• Simple on-site device operation
• Clear and well readable representation of measured data via LCD display
• Flexible communication and remote readout via integrated Modbus RTU interface
• DIN rail for top-hat rail mounting
• Measurment uncertainty 0.2 %
•
•
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Measuring input
175 267
SIRAX BT5100
Voltage
175 283
SIRAX BT5200
Current
175 308
SIRAX BT5300
Frequency
SIRAX BT5400
Measuring transducer for power.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Connection type: One-phase, 3-phase 3-wire balanced or unbalanced load or 3-phase 4-wire balanced or
unbalanced load
• Measuring input for power
• Nominal voltage up to 500 V, nominal current 1 / 5 A
• 2 configurable analog outputs linear or kinked in a unipolar range of
• 0…20 mA / 4…20 mA or 0…10 V or a bipolar range of -20…0…+20 mA or -10…0…+10 V
• Quick on-site programming using push buttons or via CB-Configurator software
• Simple on-site device operation
• Clear and well readable representation of measured data via LCD display
• Flexible communication and remote readout via integrated Modbus RTU interface
• Measurment uncertainty 0.2 %, Measurement uncertainty phase angle, power factor 0.5 %
•
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Measuring input
175 316
SIRAX BT5400
Power
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SINEAX TV829
For shunt and voltage measurement on high potential.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Safe galvanic isolation according to DIN EN 61 010-1 and DIN EN 50 124 (Cat. III)
High test voltage: 10 kV
• Calibrated range shift
• High common-mode rejection ratio: 150 dB
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TECHNICAL DATA
Input (switch-over): :
Output (switch-over)::
Power supply:
H x W x D:
±60 mV, ±90 mV, ±150 mV, ±300 mV, ±500 mV, ±10 V 1
±400 V, ±600 V, ±800 V, ±1000 V, ±1200 V
±1400 V, ±1600 V, ±1800 V, ±2000 V, ±2200 V, ±3600 V 2
4…20 mA, ±20 mA, ±10 V
24 – 253 AC/DC
90 x 22.5 x 118 mm (Article No. 158 312)
90 x 67.5 x 118 mm (Article Nos. 158 320 to 158 338)
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1
2
Article No.
Description
158 312
Shunt measurement: ±60 mV, ±90 mV, ±150 mV, ±300 mV, ±500 mV, ±10 V 1
158 320
Voltage measurement: ±400 V, ±600 V, ±800 V, ±1000 V, ±1200 V
158 338
Voltage measurement: ±1400 V, ±1600 V, ±1800 V, ±2000 V, ±2200 V, ±3600 V 2
Only output ±10 V
Upon request (not switch-selectable)
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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UNIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
LINAX IR7100
DIN rail mounted device for medically used areas for insulation monitoring of IT-Systems according to IEC/EN 61557-8.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
For AC systems
For single and three phase systems
• Sensors for load current and transformer temperature monitoring
• With LCD display
• Standard Modbus RTU communication connections
• 2 change-over contacts at the output for alarm signalling
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APPLICATION
The modular built LINAX IR7100 is used for
insulation monitoring of medical IT systems such as
hospitals, medical practices and outpatient surgical
centers. It corresponds to the IEC/EN 61557-8
and makes it possible to establish low voltage
installations for medically used areas according DIN
VDE 0100-710 and IEC 60364-7-710:2002-11.
The device monitors the insulation of single or three
phase IT systems and identifies insulation faults
directly from the mains and behind converters or
rectifiers.
The phase currents IL1, IL2 and IL3 and the
transformer temperature of an IT transformer are
monitored additionally.
The DIN rail mounted device is equipped with an
insulation monitor, two alarm relays and a display
and control unit. The RS485 (Modbus RTU) interface
makes it easy to parameterize and read out the
LINAX IR7100.
TECHNICAL DATA
Inputs
Nominal voltage
Nominal frequency
System types
Power supply
Consumption
100 ... 300 VLN AC to 400 VLL AC
45 ... 50/60 ... 65 Hz
Single phase or three phase system
230 V AC +10/-15 %
< 10 VA
Insulation measurement
Measuring range
Measuring voltage Um
Measuring current Im
DC resistance Ri
Impedance Zi
Measuring time
at 0.5 μF
System capacity Ce
1 kΩ ... 1 MΩ, max error 0 ... +20 %, (10 kΩ ... 1 MΩ), +2 kΩ (1 kΩ ... 10 kΩ)
max ± 25 V
≤ 1 mA (at RF = 0 Ω)
≥ Um / 1 mA
≥ 100 kΩ (at 50 Hz)
<5s
max 0.5 μF
Load current monitoring
Current measurement via external current transformer
Nominal current (sec)
1A
Max range
via current transformer
Current measuring
method
TRMS
Crest factor
<2
Alarm current
10 ... 100 % of range (10 % steps)
Measurement
5 % of the values
uncertainly
+ 2 % of the range
Response time (5xIN)
≤5s
Overload
20 x IN
acc. to EN 50470-3
(0.5 s without interval)
Overload
20 x IN
acc. to EN 60688
(5x1 s, interval 5 min), (10x1 s, interval 10 min)
Temperature monitoring
Sensor type
PTC (thermistor acc. to DIN44082, IEC 60691)
with breakage recognition
Max error
5 °C
Responce value
4 kΩ (adjustable)
Max 3 PTC resistors in sequence
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL
INSTRUMENTS FOR
TOP-HAT RAIL
Introduction
Conventional transducers for heavy current
variables are an excellent aid to acquire individual
electric variables in energy distribution, automation
or process engineering and to process them in
accordance with requirements. However, if several
variables are to be acquired, microcontroller-based
multifunctional instruments constitute the more
effective and more cost-effective solution:
CONVENTIONAL TRANSDUCERS
L1
L2
L3
N
P
4…20 mA
Q
4…20 mA
U
4…20 mA
Less assembly and wiring expenditure
Less copper
Less installation time
• Reduced susceptibility to failures
•
•
Flexibility
Several measured variables per instrument
Lower planning costs due to fewer components
• Adaptable to application by software
• Analysis and monitoring options
• No fixed measuring ranges
• Hardly any hardware variants
• Reduced stocks
•
•
MULTIFUNCTIONAL TRANSDUCERS
L1
L2
L3
N
P: 4…20 mA
Q: 4…20 mA
Risk
•
U: 4…20 mA
All of the information is lost in an instrument
failure
Operating principle of sampling system
1. Measurement of the fundamental frequency
of the system. Simpler instruments presuppose a
constant system frequency which can lead to larger
errors.
2. Sampling of the input variables of voltage and
current of all phases based on the measured
fundamental frequency. Quality criteria are the
number of samplings per system cycle and the
reproducible resolution of the measuring system.
The correct timing of the sampling process is
also very important so that unbalances and phase
shiftings can be properly analysed.
3. Calculation of the required measured variables,
based on the sampling values.
4. Measured values are made available to the
process. They may be analog values for a PLC or an
analog indicator, states of a liwith value monitoring
system or digital measured values via a bus
interface.
5. More extensive analyses. The possibilities are
liwithed by the capacity of the uC system used.
Camille Bauer makes available systems with
different capacities.
Bus
Application
The table on page 20 helps in the selection of
the instrument series. This is an overview, details
concerning individual instrument variants are
contained in subsequent pages.
Multifunctional transducers can be connected
via current and voltage transformers or directly.
All Camille Bauer series can be used universally.
The application (system configuration) as well as
nominal values of current and voltage are freely
programmable without any hardware variants. The
allocation of measured variables to the outputs and
the determination of the liwiths of the measuring
ranges is also realised using the respective PC
software which is made available free of charge
by us. Service functions support users during
commissioning. In this way, e.g. values of analog or
digital outputs can be simulated to test subsequent
circuits without the measurement input having to be
connected or activated.
Instrument variants with a bus connection provide
all acquired measured values via the corresponding
digital interface. The respective documentation is
attached to the instrument or can be downloaded
from our homepage http://www.camillebauer.com
Accessories
For configuration software see Page 74
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
OVERVIEW
SINEAX DM5S
APLUS
SINEAX CAM
further details on page 31
Measurement interval
Uninterrupted measurement
Measurement input voltage (max.) L-L
Measurement input current (max.)
Frequency range
Power supply AC/DC
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
On bus interface U / I; P / Q / S
Additional uncertainty analog outputs
Active / reactive energy (IEC 62053)
MEASURED VARIABLES
Basic quantities of the system 1)
Mean-values
Min/Max values with time reference
Harmonic analysis U / I
Extended reactive power analysis
Phase angle of voltages
System imbalance
Energy meters P/Q
Universal meters via I/O’s
Operating hour counters
MONITORING FUNCTIONS
Liwith values
Boolean logic (Logic module)
RECORDING FUNCTIONS
Load profiles (mean-values)
Min/Max values per averaging interval
Events / alarms
Disturbance recording (RMS values)
Meter reading (calendar based)
INTERFACES
USB
RS485, Modbus/RTU
Ethernet, Modbus/TCP
Ethernet, IEC61850
Profibus DP + Modbus/RTU
INPUTS / OUTPUTS
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analog inputs
Analog outputs
Relays
1)
4…1024 / 0.5...8 cycles
2…1024 cycles
▪
▪
1…1024 cycles
▪
692 (832) V
1…5A (7.5 A)
692 (832) V
1…5A (7.5 A)
45-50/60-65 Hz
45-50/60-65 Hz
24…230 V DC, 100…230 V AC
24…230V DC,100…230V AC
692 (1000) V
1...5 A (10A)
10-70 Hz, 45-65 Hz, 10-140 Hz
with rated frequency 50/60 Hz
100…230 V AC/DC or
24…60 V DC
±0.12 %; ±0.2 %
–
Class 0.5S / 2
±0.1 %; ±0.2 %
±0.2 %
Class 0.5S / 2
±0.1 %; ±0.2 %
±0.1 %
Class 1.0 / 2
▪
▪
▪
–
–
–
–
1s…60 min
1s…60 min
▪
▪
2. up to 50.
U+I (3L+4L)
12 (high-/low tariff)
2. up to 50.
–
–
U+I (3L+4L)
6 (high-/low tariff)
▪ (max. 7)
▪ (max. 12)
3+1
1
up to 16
4 functions
up to 64
32 functions
(optional)
(optional)
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
(≥2-cycle values)
–
▪
▪
standard
–
▪ (optional)
▪ (optional)
▪ (optional)
standard
standard
(▪)
–
32, up to 16 tariffs (only DM5S)
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
0...4
–
▪
▪
–
▪ (optional)
▪ (optional)
▪ (optional)
–
1, 5, 7
1, 5, 7
–
0, 4
1, 3
0, 3, 6, 9, 12
0, 3, 6, 9, 12
0, 2, 4, 6, 8
0, 2, 4, 6, 8
2
The basic quantities of the system are all phase and system quantities of voltage, current, bimetal current, active, reactive and apparent power, active and
reactive load factor as well as frequency.
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SINEAX DM5S/DM5F
For the simultaneous acquisition of multiple quantities of any heavy current system.
TECHNICAL DATA
Measurement input:
Systems:
Measuring time:
Measurement output:
Uncertainty:
Power supply:
Dimensions:
57.7 …400 V (Ph-N) resp. 100…693 V (Ph-Ph), 1…5A, 50 or 60 Hz
Single-phase, 3/4-wire balanced / unbalanced load or 3-wire balanced load
phase shift (2 voltages, 1 current)
4...1024 cycles (DM5S), 0.5...8 cycles (DM5F)
Up to 4 analog outputs ±20 mA, response time 165 ms (for measurement interval
4 cycles, 50 Hz)
Voltage, current: ±0.12 %; Power: ±0.2 %; Load factor: ±0.1 °;
Frequency: ±0.01 Hz; Active energy: Class 0.5S (EN 62 053-22); Reactive
energy: Class 2 (EN 62 053-23)
100…230 V AC ±15%, 50…400 Hz resp. 24...230 V DC ±15 %
(H x W x D): 110 x 70 x 70 mm,
assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
APPLICATION
The SINEAX DM5S and SINEAX DM5F are freeprogrammable universal measurement devices for
heavy-current systems: A classical high-accuracy
transducer, suited for monitoring tasks and retrofit
applications in energy distribution and industry.
The device can be adapted fast and easily to
the measurement task by means of the CBManager software – even if there is no auxiliary
power available. Depending on the device version
measured quantities can be mapped proportional to
analog DC current outputs or to Modbus.
The measurement is done uninterrupted in all four
quadrants and can be adapted optimally to the
system to be monitored. Both the average time
of the measurement and the expected maximum
signal level can be configured.
The device determines in regular intervals the
instantaneous values of voltages, currents, bimetal
currents, power quantities, load factors as well as
frequency and provide them to analog outputs and
Modbus interface.
The DM5S supports up to 32 energy meters.
To each of these meters a base measurement
quantity and one of up to 16 tariffs can be assigned.
The present tariff is set via Modbus. For applications
with short measurement times, e.g. energy
consumption for a single working day or production
lot, the resolution can be adapted.
Commissioning is supported by the CB-Manager
service functions data label printing, connection
check, measurement recording as well as simulation
und trimming of analog outputs.
APPLICATION
Universal version (for all system types)
Balanced systems
• Single-phase systems and 4-wire balanced
•
DM5X-
•
ANALOG OUTPUTS
•
•
Without
1,2,3 or 4 galvanically isolated ±20mA
MODBUS-INTERFACE (Modbus/RTU-protocol)
•
•
Without
With
ACCESSORIES
Article No.
Description
163 189
Interface converter USB <> RS485 (Modbus)
172 081
USB cable type A to type B, 1.8m, for programming the DM5S (not in scope of supply)
156 027
Doku-CD with configuration software CB-Manager (not in scope of supply)
172 388
Label sheets A6 for printing configuration labels (50 pcs.)
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX CAM
For the comprehensive analysis of any heavy current system.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Consistent measurement (without interruption)
Suited to strongly distorted systems, zero crossing or phase-angle controls
• I/O interface adaptable to individual requirements
• Configuration and measured value acquisition via USB and Modbus interface
• Acquisition of minimum and maximum values with time stamp
• System analysis (harmonics and unbalance)
• Synchronisable real-time clock as a time basis and operating hour counter
• Graphic display with freely arranged measured value display and alarm handling (option)
• Logger for long-term recording of measured value progressions (option)
• Protocol lists for events, alarms and system messages (option)
•
•
APPLICATION
TECHNICAL DATA
SINEAX CAM is designed for measurement in
electrical distribution systems or industrial plants.
Apart from the current system state, the pollution
by non-linear loads as well as the overall load of
the power system can be determined. Consistent
measurement guarantees that any system change is
reliably acquired and included in the measured data.
The high-performance measuring system makes the
device also suitable for strongly distorted systems,
zero crossing or phase-angle controls.
Meas. input:
The I/O interface may be arranged as required.
Up to 4 modules with different functionality
may be used. The logger perwiths long-term
recordings of measured value progressions, e.g.
to monitor the variable load of transformers or to
facilitate automatic meter readings. Lists record
definable events, alarms and system messages
chronologically for a subsequent analysis of
incidents in the power system.
Accuracy:
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System
configuration:
Energy meter:
Dimensions:
Nominal voltage up to 693 V (Ph-Ph), nominal current up to 5 A, overridings
programmable, nominal frequency 45…65 Hz, 10…70 Hz or 10…140 Hz
The device is also available with current inputs for Rogowski coils
Single-phase alternating current, split phase, 3/4-wire three-phase current with
balanced/unbalanced load, clockwise and anti-clockwise rotating systems
Active energy incoming + outgoing, reactive energy incoming + outgoing +
inductive + capacitive for measured system as well as max. 12 meters for
external variables
via digital or analog inputs. All meters high and low tariff if tariff switching is
activated
Voltage and current 0.1%, power and voltage unbalance 0.2%
Harmonics, THD and TDD 0.5%, power factor ±0.1°, frequency ±0.01 Hz
Active energy Class 1 (EN 62 053-21), reactive energy Class 2 (EN 62 053-23)
Analog inputs/outputs ±0.1%
90 x 186 x 63 mm, assembly on top-hat rail (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
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Graphic display (external)
Measurement display,
Alarm handling
Ethernetcommunication
• IEC 61 850
• Modbus/TCP
I/O interface
• analog I/Os
• digital I/Os
USB
Modbus
1
2
3
4
Lists and logger
Recording
and Registration
Logic module
Monitoring and
alarming
Graphic display
Measurement display,
Alarm handling
Rel 1
Rel 2
2 Relay outputs
• Consumption control
• Alarmierung
I1
I2
I3
IN
The optional 7-language graphic display (internal,
external or both) is provided to visualise measured
data and list entries on site. Users can adapt the
display of measured data almost freely to their
requirements. If required, a preferred display or
an automatic sequence of measured values may
be defined. The selection of the measured value
display, resetting of meters or extreme values
but also the acknowledgement of alarm may be
arranged via the keypad. The authorisation to
FLEXIBLE I/O-INTERFACE
Digital outputs S0, 12/24 VDC, 3 outputs per
module (switchable to inputs)
• Alarming output of the logic module
• State reporting
• Pulse output (S0) to external counter
I/O modules can be assembled according to
individual needs. Up to 5 modules with selectable
functionality may be used. Six different hardware
modules are available.
Analog outputs ±20 mA or 0/4…20 mA,
2 outputs per module
• On-site display via analog display units
• Heavy-current measurements for PLC
Analog inputs 0/4…20 mA,
2 inputs per module
• Acquisition of ext. quantities, e.g. temperature
• Automatic metering of input quantity
• Scalable, e.g. 4…20 mA to 0…100 °C,
displayable on graphic display and requestable via
interface
U1
U2
U3
N
Measuring input: 3 voltages, 4 currents
• Consistent measured value acquisition
• Adjustable to measuring task
Digital inputs, 3 inputs per module:
12/24 VDC (switchable to outputs)
Digital inputs, 3 inputs per module:
48/125 VDC (only in position 4)
• Acquisition of external state information
• Trigger or release signal for logic module
• Pulse input for metering
Universal power supply
100…230 V AC/DC
oder 24…60 V DC
execute such functions can be liwithed via a safety
system integrated in the device. If the system has
been activated, the user must first log in via the
display.
Analog output module
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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Ethernet-communication (option)
To be able to analyze the huge amount of measured
data in real-time, a transmission medium with high
bandwidth is necessary. Ethernet provides this high
performance.
Option 1: Ethernet, Modbus/TCP-Protocol
Modbus/TCP is a commonly used protocol for an
easy access to configuration or measurement data.
It is supported by a large number of visualization
software tools and thus allows a fast implementation
of the device. NTP (Network Time Protocol) is
supported for time synchronisation via Ethernet.
Option 2: Ethernet, IEC 61 850-Protocol
The communication standard IEC 61 850 is the
new standard for substation automation. Each
possible device or system function is standardized
and mapped in so called logical nodes (LN’s). CAM
provides the following logical nodes:
MMXU / MMXN: Instantaneous values of voltages,
currents, frequency, powers and load factors as well
as their maximum and minimum values. MMXU is
used for asymmetrical 3 and 4 wire systems, MMXN
for single phase and balanced load 3 and 4 wire
systems.
MHAI / MHAN: Individual harmonics for voltages
and currents, THD (total harmonic distortion) and
TDD (total demand distortion) and their maximum
values. MHAI is used for asymmetrical 3 and 4 wire
systems, MHAN for single phase and balanced load
3 and 4 wire systems.
MMTR: Active and reactive energy meters for
incoming and outgoing power. One instance for both
high and low tariff.
MSTA: Mean values of voltage, current, active,
reactive and apparent power as well as their
maximum and minimum values on instantaneous
values base. All measured within the same interval.
These values are provided for each phase as well.
MSQI: Imbalance of voltages and currents,
calculated in accordance with two different
methods.
GGIO: Maps the information of assembled analog
and digital input modules. For each input an
instance of GGIO processes state information, a
measured quantity or metering pulses from an
external device.
Data logger: Long-term recordings (option)
The data logger allows to perform long-term recordings of measurement progressions or load profiles, e.g.
to monitor the variable load of transformers, feeders or transmission lines. In addition to the recording of
mean-values, fluctuations of instantaneous values may be registered to recognize load peaks at the earliest
possible moment.
By means of the automatical meter reading a time synchronous reading of the meter contents of all devices
may be performed, e.g. on a weekly, monthly or three months base. These values can be stored for any
desired time, thus allow determining the energy consumption per time for billing purposes.
Lists: Logging of alarm and events (option)
Lists allow a chronological recording of events, alarms and system messages. Each change of the system
state and each access to the device can thus be reproduced and analyzed at a later time in a correct
sequence. Each entry in the lists is time stamped.
Logic modul (standard):
The module consists of up to 32 logic functions with 3 digital input states each. Liwith values of measured
variables, states of digital inputs, state defaults via bus interface or results of other logic functions can
be used as input variables. Typical applications are liwith value monitoring of individual variables (e.g.
overcurrent of a phase) or of combinations (e.g. phase failure). External functions can also be monitored via
the I/O interface. The results of the logic functions will then trigger actions. This may be an alarm via digital
outputs or relays but also an entry in an alarm or event list or the indication of an alarm text on the graphic
display.
PHYSICAL DEVICE
Logical Device
LN LLN0
LN LPHD
LN MMXU
LN MMXN
LN MHAI
LN MHAN
LN MMTR
LN MSTA
LN MSQI
LN GGIO
Standard interfaces (for configuration, service,
measured value polling)
• Modbus/RTU connection, max. 32 participants
(incl. master), baud raten up to 115.2 kBd
• USB connection (USB mini-B, 5-pole), protocol
USB 2.0
Mobile demand analysis in any low-voltage
system with data recording
The CAMmobile bases on the SINEAX CAM with
Rogowski current inputs. It is designed for the
mobile analysis in low-voltage power systems.
• Analysis of the present system state for monitoring
and maintenance purpose
• Detection of disturbances, such as voltage
variations or dips
• Load analysis of power distribution systems,
generators and transformers
• Identification of billing relevant quantities, such as
load curves and peak loads
• Acquisition of the total consumption of active and
reactive energy in all 4 quadrants
Part of the scope of delivery
Doku-CD with CB-Manager and CB-Analyzer,
see page 73
ACCESSORIES
Article No.
Description
157 968
Graphic display EDS-CAM, for external control panel assembly
168 949
Connecting cable 2m EDS-CAM <> CAM, other lengths upon request
163 189
Interface converter USB <> RS485 (Modbus)
EDS-CAM
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS FOR TOP HAT RAIL
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SINEAX DME4, A200, M56X
To acquire several variables of any heavy current system simultaneously.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Only one measuring unit for several heavy current variables, Class 0.2
PC software with password protection for configuration and commissioning
• Output signal(s) useable for display, registration, metering and monitoring
• Safety through galvanic isolation of all circuits and shock-proof terminals
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
System
configuration:
Measurement
output:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Nominal voltage 57.7…400 V (Ph-N) or 100…693 V (Ph-Ph), nominal current
1…6 A, nominal frequency 50 or 60Hz
Single-phase alternating current, 3/4-wire three-phase current with balanced/
unbalanced load or 3-wire three-phase current with balanced load in reduced
phase-shift connection (2 voltages, 1 current)
Depending on instrument type, measuring cycle time 0.13…0.99 s (DME4)
or 0.6…1.6s (M56x), depending on instrument type and programming
State variables via bus interface: Class 0.25 (DME4), class 0.5 (M56x)
Only DME4: Active power meters: Class 1, reactive power meters: Class 2
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC or AC supply 230 V AC (only DME4),
also internally from measuring input
DME4: 69.1 x 105 x 112.5 mm; M56x: 69.1 x 105 x 112.5mm
top-hat rail assembly (35 x 15 mm or 35 x 7.5 mm)
OVERVIEW OF INSTRUMENTS
Type
DME 442
DME 424
Input
M561
M562
M563
100…693V (Ph-Ph), 1…6 A
Accuracy
0.5 %
0.25 %
Analog outputs
4 (bipolar)
2 (bipolar)
1 (bipolar)
2 (bipolar)
3 (bipolar)
Digital outputs
2
4
-
-
-
up to 2
up to 4
-
-
-
Meters
APPLICATION
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software DME4, see page 74
Configuration software M560, see page 74
RS232 programming cable for DME4, see page 71
PRKAB560 programming cable for M56x,
see page 71
Connecting cable D-Sub 9 pol male/male,
Article No. 154 071 (in A200-HH included in the
scope of delivery)
Top-hat rail adapter for SINEAX A200,
Article No. 154 055
The instruments of the programmable DME4 and M56x transducer series are designed for measurement
in electric distribution systems or industrial plants. They are used where a high degree of accuracy and
flexibility is demanded.
The measuring system of the transducers has been designed for the acquisition of sinusoidal alternating
current signals with low harmonic content. Harmonic content up to the 15th harmonic (DME4) resp. up to
the 11th harmonic (M563) are taken into account. These instruments are suited in a liwithed fashion for
applications after phase-angle controls or after frequency converters. For very distorted signals the use of
DM5, APLUS, AMx000 or SINEAX CAM is recommended.
VALUE DISPLAY
For a comprehensive measured value display on site, the SINEAX A200 display unit can be connected
to the serial RS232 interface of the converter in all instrument types of the DME4 line. In this way, all
instantaneous or meter values can be displayed. The display unit is also available as a mobile version
A200-HH.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
OVERVIEW
MULTIFUNCTIONAL
INSTRUMENTS
DISPLAY / PANEL
Input channels voltage / current
Measuring interval [ #cycles ]
MEASURED VALUES
Instantaneous values
Extended reactive power analysis
Imbalance analysis
Neutral current
Earth wire current (calculated)
Zero displacement UNE
Energy balance analysis
Harmonic analysis
Operating hour counters device / general
Monitoring functions
Visualisation curve shape U/I
MEASUREMENT UNCERTAINTY
Voltage, current
Active, reactive, apparent power
Frequency
Active energy (IEC 62053-21/22)
Reactive energy (IEC 62053-24)
DATA LOGGER
(option, only with Ethernet)
Periodic recordings
Event recordings
Dusturbance recorder (with pretrigger)
a) 1/2 cycle RMS progression U/I
b) Curve shape U/I [ #cycles ]
COMMUNICATION
Ethernet: Modbus/TCP, web server, NTP
RS485: Modbus/RTU
Standard I/Os
I/O extension modules (optional)
AM1000
AM2000
AM3000
3/3
10/12 (50/60 Hz); 1/2
3/3
10/12 (50/60 Hz)
4/4
10/12 (50/60 Hz); 1/2
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
calculated
calculated
measured / calculated
calculated
calculated
measured / calculated
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪ (incl. phase angle)
1/3
1/–
1/3
▪
▪
–
–
▪
▪
±0.2 %
±0.5 %
±10 mHz
Class 1
Class 1
±0.2 %
±0.5 %
±10 mHz
Class 1
Class 1
±0.1%
±0.2%
±10 mHz
Class 0,5 S
Class 0,5 S
internal (≥2 GB)
Mikro SD card (≥2 GB)
Mikro SD card (≥2 GB)
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
≤3 min.
–
–
–
≤3 min.
5/6 (pretrigger) +10/12
option
option
1 Dig. OUT ; 1 Dig. IN/OUT
max. 1 module
option
standard
1 Dig. IN ; 2 Dig. OUT
max. 4 modules
standard
option
1 Dig. IN ; 2 Dig. OUT
max. 4 modules
100-230 V AC/DC
24-48 V DC
110-230V AC/130-230 V DC
110-200 V AC/DC
24-48 V DC
110-230 V AC/130-230 V DC
110-200 V AC/DC
24-48 V DC
TFT 3.5“ (320x240 px)
96 x 96 mm
85 mm
TFT 5.0“ (800x480 px)
144 x 144 mm
65.2 mm
TFT 5.0“ (800x480 px)
144 x 144 mm
65.2 mm
▪
POWER SUPPLY
DESIGN
Colour display
Front dimensions
Mounting depth
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OVERVIEW
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The displaying power meters for heavy current variables are completely programmable, universal measuring units. They provide numerous measured values and
perwith the complete acquisition of the state of a heavy current system. As is the case in multi-transducers, a sampling measuring principle is used (see overview of
multifunctional transducers). The two tables shown below are a selection guide for the right instrument.
APLUS
„All in one“
Measuring system
Voltage, current
Apparent, active, reactive power
Active / reactive energy (IEC 62 053)
Measuring interval
Uninterrupted measurement
Nominal voltage (max.) L-L
Nominal current (max.)
MEASURED VARIABLES
Basic variables of the system 1)
Mean values
Min/max values with time reference
Harmonic analysis
Extended reactive power analysis
Voltage phase angle
System imbalance
Energy meters P/Q (HT/NT)
Universal meters via I/O’s
Operating hour counters
MONITORING FUNCTIONS
Liwith values
Boolean logic (logic module)
RECORDING FUNCTIONS
Load profile (mean values)
Min/max values per interval
Events / alarms
Disturbance recording (RMS)
Autom. meter readings
INTERFACES
Ethernet
Profibus DP
Modbus
LON
M-Bus
INPUTS / OUTPUTS
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
Analog outputs
Relays
DISPLAY
User-definable display
Liwith values status display
Front W x H [mm]
Installation depth (with module)
1)
±0.1 %
±0.2 %
Class 0.5S / 2
2…1024 cycles
▪
690 (832) V
1 and 5 A (7.5 A)
A210 / A220
display unit + optional
extension module
±0.5 %
±1 %
–
200 ms
–
500 (600) V
1 or 5 A (6 A)
A230s / A230
display unit + optional
extension module
±0.2 %
±0.5 %
–
200 ms
–
500 (600) V
1 or 5 A (6 A)
▪
▪
▪
1 s…60 min
1…60 min
with EMMOD203
–
–
–
–
system
–
–
1…60 min
with EMMOD203
2. up to 15.
–
–
U (4L)
system
–
–
2
–
with EMMOD…
201/203
–
–
–
–
with EMMOD…
203
204
1.2…19.2 kBd
205
206
with EMMOD…
0, 1, 2
2
0, 2
–
2
–
with EMMOD…
201/203
203
–
–
–
with EMMOD…
203
204
1.2…19.2 kBd
205
206
with EMMOD…
0, 1, 2
2
0, 2
–
–
–
96 x 96 mm / 144 x 144 mm
46 (65) mm
–
96 x 96 mm / 144 x 144 mm
46 (65) mm
▪
2. up to 50.
▪
▪
U + l (3L+4L)
system, phase (incoming)
▪ (max. 7)
3+1
up to 16
4 Funktionen
(optional)
▪
▪
▪
▪ (≥ 2 cycle values)
▪
–
(optional)
–
2.4…115.2 kBd
–
–
–
1…7
1…7
0, 4
1, 3
▪
4 LED’s + plain text
96 x 96 mm
105 mm
▪
All phase and system variables of voltage, current, active, reactive and apparent power, power factor as well as frequency.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX AM1000, AM2000, AM3000
To aquire several variables of any heavy current system simultaneously.
The SINEAX AM-series devices are compact instruments to measure and monitor
in heavy current grids. They excel in display quality and intuitive operation. The
devices provide a wide range of functionalities which may even be extended
by optional components. They are connected to the process environment by
communication interfaces, via digital I/Os, analog outputs or relays.
The devices have been designed for universal use in industrial plants, building
automation or in energy distribution.
Nominal voltages of up to 690 V and measurement category CATIII can be directly
connected in low voltage systems.
The universal measuring system perwiths the direct use of the devices in any type
of grid, from single-phase mains through to 4-wire unbalanced load systems.
The AM series devices may be completely adapted to requirements on site via TFT
display. Versions with an Ethernet interface perwith webpage configuration without
any special software.
SINEAX AM1000
SINEAX AM3000
MEASURED VALUE GROUP
APPLICATION
INSTANTANEOUS VALUES
U, I, IMS, P, Q, S, PF, LF, QF ...
Transparent monitoring of present system state
Angle between voltage phasors
Fault detection, connection check, sense of rotation check
Min/max of instantaneous values with time stamp
Determination of grid variable variance with time reference
EXTENDED REACTIVE POWER ANALYSIS
Total reactive power, fundamental frequency, harmonics
Reactive power compensation
cosφ, tanφ of fundamental frequency with min values in all quadrants
Verification of specified power factor
HARMONICS ANALYSIS (ACCORDING TO EN 61 000-4-7)
Total harmonics content THD U/I and TDD I
Evaluation of the thermic load of equipment
Individual harmonics U/I up to 50th
Analysis of system perturbation and consumer structure
IMBALANCE ANALYSIS
Symmetrical components (positive, negative, zero sequence system)
Equipment overload protection
Imbalance (from symmetrical components)
Fault/earth contact detection
Deviation from U/I mean value
ENERGY BALANCE ANALYSIS
Meters for the demand/supply of active/reactive power, high/low tariff,
meters with selectable fundamental variable
Preparation of (internal) energy billing
Power mean values active/reactive power, demand and supply, freely
definable mean values (e.g. phase power, voltage, current and much more)
Determination of energy consumption versus time (load profile) for
energy management or energy efficiency verification
Mean value trends
Energy consumption trend analysis for load management
OPERATING HOURS
3 operating hour counters with programmable running condition
(only AM1000/AM3000)
Operating hours of the device
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Monitoring of service and maintenance intervals of equipments
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
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MAIN MENU - accessible via ESC
The language-specific main menu arranges the available measured data in
easily comprehensible groups. AM2000 and AM3000 also provide the lateral
help bar with further information concerning operation.
The status bar in the top right-hand corner is always available and displays
the current statuses of alarm monitoring, the password protection system and
data recording as well as time / date.
INSTANTANEOUS VALUES
ENERGY
HARMONICS
The instantaneous values of voltages, currents,
power values, power factors as well as imbalance
values and their min/max values are provided either
in numbers or graphically in an x/y matrix.
Contains all values required for the preparation of
the energy balance, in particular, energy meters as
well a mean values with progression and trend.
Graphic representation of harmonics of all currents
and voltages with TDD/THD. Reading option for
individual harmonics.
PHASOR DIAGRAM
ALARMS
FURTHER MEASURED VALUE DISPLAYS
Time-correct display of voltage and current phasors
and power factors of all phases. Incorrect phase
sequences false senses of rotation or reverse
currents can thus be safely recognised.
This list displays the statuses of all monitoring
functions, possibly including the status of the
allocated output. The first entry is the higher-ranking
collective alarm which can be reset here.
Only AM3000 displays the curve shape of voltages
and currents in addition.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
DEMAND / SUPPLY / INDUCTIVE /
CAPACITIVE
The devices of the SINEAX AM-SERIES provide
information for all of the four quadrants. Depending
on whether the measured system is considered
from a generator or consumer perspective, the
interpretation of the quadrants changes: The energy
formed from active power in Quadrants I+IV can
then be regarded, e.g., as supplied or demanded
active energy.
In order to facilitate an independent interpretation
of the 4-quadrant information, the terms demand,
supply as well as inductive or capacitive load are
MONITORING AND ALARMING
The instruments of the AM series support the on-site analysis of acquired
measured data in order to initiate directly immediate or delayed measures without
involving a separate control. This facilitates the protection of equipment and also
monitoring of service intervals.
The following items are available:
12 liwith values
8 monitoring functions with 3 inputs each
• 1 collective alarm as a combination of all monitoring functions
• 3 operating hour counters with definable running conditions
•
•
The available digital outputs may be used directly for the transmission of liwith
values and monitoring functions as well as the resettable collective alarm.
A text may be allocated to each monitoring function which is used both for the
alarm list and the event entries in the datalogger.
DATA RECORDING
The devices may be equipped with a high-performance data logger which has the
following recording options in its comprehensive version:
•
PERIODIC DATA
Selectable measured values are saved in regular intervals, e.g. to acquire load
profiles (intervals of 10s to 1h) or periodic meters readings
(e.g. daily, weekly, monthly).
•
EVENTS
A type of logbook which records the occurrence of events together with time
information: Triggering and declining of monitoring functions, changes in
configuration, power cuts and much more.
•
DISTURBANCE RECORDER
Recording of current and voltage progression in case of disturbances on basis
of 1/2 cycle RMS values (AM1000 / AM3000 only). In AM3000, the additional
registration of the curve shape during the disturbance is also possible. This type
of registration corresponds to the requirements of the EN 61000-4-30 power
quality standard.
The event list and the recordings of the disturbance recorder may be visualised
right on the device. More extensive analyses are available via the webpage of the
device.
An SD card is used as a memory element by AM2000 / AM3000.
AM1000 uses an internal memory element.
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avoided in the display of data. They are expressed
by stating Quadrant I, II, III or IV or a combination of
these.
In AM3000, the energy direction may be actively
switched by selecting the generator or consumer
arrow system. This inverts the direction of all
currents.
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APLUS
To aquire several variables of any heavy current system simultaneously.
The APLUS is a powerful platform for measuring, monitoring and analyzing power
systems. The focus is on highest Swiss quality and maximum customer benefit.
This universal measurement device is available in three major versions: With
TFT or LED display or in top-hat rail version without display. It can be easily
integrated into the process environment on site. It provides a wide functionality,
which may be further extended by means of optional components.
The connection of the process environment may be performed by means of the
communication interface, via digital I/Os or via analog outputs.
APPLICATION
The APLUS is designed for applications in power distribution, in strongly distorted
industrial environments and in building automation.
Nominal voltages up to 690 V can directly be connected.
The APLUS is the ideal device for demanding measurement tasks where fast,
accurate and insensitive analysis of power systems or loads is required. In
addition it can also replace fault or liwith monitoring devices, small control
systems and summation stations of energy management systems.
SYSTEM STATE ACQUISITION
High updating rate
Precise and uninterrupted
• For any power systems
•
•
MONITORING UNIT
Universal analysis of liwith values
• Combination of liwith values
• Analysis of internal / external states
REMOTE CONTROL AND MAINTENANCE
Remote I/O
Remote data acquisition and parameterization
• Changeover local/remote operation
•
•
•
UNIVERSAL PROCESS-I/O
OPEN COMMUNICATION
State, pulse and synchronization inputs
• State and pulse outputs
• Relay outputs
• Analog outputs ±20 mA
•
Free definable process image
Modbus/RTU via RS485
• Modbus/TCP via Ethernet
• Profibus DP up to 12 MBaud
•
•
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
DATA DISPLAY
Active and reactive meters
• Load profiles, load curves
• Trend analysis
• Variance of system load
• Connection of external meters
•
Measurements and meters
Liwith states
• Plain text alarming
• Alarm acknowledge and reset
• Free configurable display
•
•
MONITORING OPERATING RESOURCES
LONG-TERM DATA STORAGE
Operating times
• Service intervals
• Durations of overload situations
• Operation feedbacks
•
•
Measurement progressions
Disturbance information
• Events/alarms/system events
• Automatic meter readings
•
POWER QUALITY ANALYSIS
Harmonic analysis
Extended reactive power analysis
• Variance of short/long term load
• Power system imbalance
• Nominal condition monitoring
•
•
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
Measurement of power quantities
The APLUS can be adapted fast and easily to the measurement task by means of the CB-Manager software.
The universal measurement system of the device may be used directly for any system, from single phase
up to 4-wire unbalanced networks, without hardware modifications. Independent of measurement task and
outer influences always the same high performance is achieved.
The measurement is performed uninterrupted in all four quadrants and can be adapted to the system
to monitor in an optimal way. The measurement time as well as the expected system load can be
parameterized.
APLUS without display
Parameterization, service and
measurement acquisition
These functions are facilitated by the included
CB-Manager software. A security system can be
activated to restrict the access to device data. This
way e.g. changing a liwith value via display can be
locked, but a setting via configuration could still be
possible.
For communication one of the following interface
combinations can be selected:
• Modbus/RTU interface (RS-485)
• Ethernet interface with Modbus/TCP protocol
• Profibus/DP and Modbus/RTU
• 2 Modbus/RTU interfaces (RS-485)
• Modbus/RTU (RS-485) and Ethernet interface with
Modbus/TCP protocol
Logic module: Monitoring of operating
behaviour
To effectively protect operating resources it must be
assured that multiple system quantities are within
their allowed range. The logic module offers a
comfortable facility to combine multiple liwith values
and to trigger further actions such as alarming,
event registration or disturbance recording.
To monitor the operating time of specific loads up to
three operating time counters are supported, which
are controlled by means of liwith values or digital
operating feedbacks.
Selection of possible applications for the logic
module:
• Function of protective relays (e.g. over-current,
phase failure or imbalance)
• Changeover of the present operating mode, such
as local/remote (day/night) operation
• Controlling the recording of alarms, events and
acknowledgment procedures
• Monitoring of external devices: circuit states or
self monitoring signals
Power quality analysis instead of failure
analysis
But what is really needed when monitoring
power quality is a statement if the used operating
resources will work undisturbed under the real
existing conditions.
The APLUS therefore does not work with statistics,
but examines the real environment, to allow
performing a corresponding immunity analysis.
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Variation of the system load
System imbalance
• Additional load by harmonics
• Violations of liwith values
• Fundamental and distortion reactive power
•
•
These combinations allow providing measurement
data via one of the interfaces and using the other
one either for an energy management system,
remote maintenance or local maintenance without
interrupting the device communication.
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
You may select optionally either a TFT or LED display for on-site data
visualization. The TFT color display mainly focus on modern design,
graphical analysis and language specific operation, whilst the LED display
offers excellent readability, even from a distance and almost every angle.
Both displays are operated via keys suited for industrial applications.
If needed access rights for both the user via display and via communication
interface may be defined by activating the security system.
Clear and explicit display of measured data
Free composition of measurement displays
• Alarm handling
• Device configuration
• Reset of minimum / maximum values
• Reset of meter contents
• Free definable plaintext display for alarming
• Preference display and roll mode
•
•
FREE COMPOSITION OF THE REQUIRED
FUNCTIONS
The APLUS basic unit is already comprehensively
equipped with a relay output for alarming, a digital
output, e.g. for pulse output, and a digital input, e.g.
for tariff switching.
For applications where this is not sufficient, the
optional I/O extensions 1 or 2 are available:
• I/O extension 1: 2 relays, 4x ±20 mA (galvanically
isolated), 2 digital I/O’s 12/24 V DC
• I/O extension 2: 2 relays, 6 digital I/O’s 12/24 V DC
The digital I/Os of the I/O extensions can be
configured individually as inputs or outputs.
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring input:
Systems:
Energy meter:
Accuracy:
Dimensions:
DATA LOGGER (OPTION)
The optional data logger can be used for the nonvolatile storage of measured value progressions
(e.g. load profiles), events, alarms, meter readings
and disturbance recordings. The SD card used for
storage may be replaced on-site. For a tabular or
graphical analysis of the recorded data the CBAnalyzer software is available.
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Nominal voltage up to 693 V (PH-Ph), nominal current up to 5 A, override up to
7.5 A programmable, nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
Rogowski current sensors with automatic measuring range (0 to 3000 A)
Single-line AC, split phase, 3/4 wire rotary current balanced / unbalanced load,
rotating clockwise and counter-clockwise
Active energy incoming+outgoing, reactive energy incoming + outgoing +
inductive + capacitive for measured system as well as
incoming active and reactive energy per phase, max. 7 meters for external
variables via digital input. High and low tariff for all meters, if tariff switching is
active
Voltage and current 0.1%, power and voltage asymmetry 0.2 % harmonics, THD
and TDD 0.5%, power factor ±0.1°, frequency ±0.01 Hz
Active energy Class 0.5S (EN 62 053-22), reactive energy Class 2 (EN 62 053-23)
Analog outputs ±0.2%
96 x 96 x 105 mm (with display)
91 x 91 x 106.3 mm (without display)
ACCESSORIES
Article No.
Description
163 189
Interface converter USB <> RS485 (Modbus)
172 718
Rogowski current sensors, single phase ACF3000_4/24, with 2 m cable
173 790
Rogowski current sensors, single phase ACF3000_31/24, with 5 m cable
For CB-Manager configuration software, see page 73
For CB-Analyzer analysis software for logger and lists, see page 73
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SIRAX BM1200, BM1400, BT5700
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
BM1200: Well-visible one-line indication of measured data with backlit LCD display
BM1400: Clear and unambiguous indication of measured values on LED display
• BT5700: for DIN rail with backlit LCD display
• Easy on-site operation and parameterization
• Automatic cyclical scrolling of measured data
• Integrated active and reactive energy meters,
• Cost-effective alternative to energy meters (BM1200)
•
•
SIRAX BM1200
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring input:
Nominal voltage 57.7…277 VLN, 100…480 VLL
Nominal current 1 / 5 A,
Frequency range 45…50/60…65 Hz (BM1200) /
45…50/60…66 Hz (BM1400/BT5700)
One-phase system, 2-wire, three-phase, 3- or 4-wire asymmetrical (BM1200)
Three-phase system, 3- or 4-wire asymmetrical (BM1400/BT5700)
4000 pulses / kWh (BM1200)
Analog 2 x 4…20 mA, Relais 1 Schliesser / 1 Öffner (BM1400/BT5700)
Voltage and current ±0.5 %
Active power ±0.5 %
Reactive power ±1.0 % (BM1200) / ±0.5 % (BM1400/BT5700)
Power factor ±3.0°
THD U,I ±2.0 % (BM1200) / ±1.0 % (BM1400/BT5700)
Active energy Class 1.0 (BM1200) / 0.5 (BM1400/BT5700)
Reactive energy Class 2
60…300 V AC/DC (BM1200) / 100…250 V AC /DC (BM1400/BT5700)
Control panel installation: 96 x 96 x 35 mm (BM1200) / 96 x 96 x 80 mm
(BM1400)
Top-hat rail: 96 x 96 x 117 mm (BT5700)
System types:
Output:
Accuracy:
SIRAX BM1400
Power supply:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIATIONS
Article No.
SIRAX BT5700
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Description
133 760
SIRAX BM1200, 3PH - 415VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC
174 970
SIRAX BM1200, 3PH - 415VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC - RS485
174 988
SIRAX BM1400, 0,5 - 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC
174 996
SIRAX BM1400, 0,5 - 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485 1 Puls - 2x4…20 mA analogue
175 001
SIRAX BM1400, 0,5 - 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - Ethernet
175 134
SIRAX BT5700, 0,5 - 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
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SIRAX MM1200, MM1400
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Clear and unambiguous indication of measured values on TFT display
Easy operation and parameterization via touchscreen
• Automatic cyclical scrolling of measured data
• Integrated active and reactive energy meters
• MM1400 up to 56th harmonic
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
SIRAX MM1200
Measuring input:
Nominal voltage 57,7...277 VLN, 100...480 VLL (MM1200)
57,7…288 VLN, 100…500 VLL (MM1400)
Nominal current 1 / 5 A
Frequency range 45...50/60...66 Hz
TRMS up to 56th harmonic (MM1400)
Three-phase, 3- or 4-wire asymmetrical
Analogue 2 x 4…20 mA, relays 1 NO / 1 NC (MM1200)
4000 pulses / kWh (MM1400)
Voltage and current ±0.5 % (MM1200) / ±0.2 % (MM1400)
Active and reactive power ±0.5 % (MM1200) / ±0.2 % (MM1400)
Power factor ±3.0° (MM1200) / ±2.0° (MM1400)
Harmonics ±1.0 % (MM1400)
THD U,I ±1.0 %
Active energy Class 0.5
Reactive energy Class 2
100…250 V AC/DC (MM1200) / 60…300 V AC/DC (MM1400)
96 x 96 x 80 mm
System types:
Output:
Accuracy:
SIRAX MM1400
Power supply:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIATIONS
Article No.
Description
175 019
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - DE
175 027
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - EN
175 035
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - ES
175 043
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - FR
175 051
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485 - 1 puls 2 x 4…20 mA analogue DE
175 069
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485 - 1 puls 2 x 4…20 mA analogue EN
175 077
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485 - 1 puls 2 x 4…20 mA analogue ES
175 085
SIRAX MM1200, 3PH - 440VL-L - 5A/1A - 100…250 V AC/DC - RS485 - 1 puls 2 x 4…20 mA analogue FR
175 093
SIRAX MM1400, 3PH - 500VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC - RS485 - DE
175 100
SIRAX MM1400, 3PH - 500VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC - RS485 - EN
175 118
SIRAX MM1400, 3PH - 500VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC - RS485 - ES
175 126
SIRAX MM1400, 3PH - 500VL-L - 5A/1A - 60…300 V AC/DC - RS485 - FR
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX A210 | SINEAX A220
For the complete acquisition of the system state of a three-phase heavy current system.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
All relevant variables of a heavy current system with only one device
Replacement for numerous analog displays
• Large LED display which can be read from a distance
• 2 digital outputs for alarms or output to external counter mechanism
• Integrated active and reactive power meters, 5 interval times each for P, Q and S
• Functionality extendable with plug-in modules (bus connection, logger, analog outputs)
•
•
SINEAX A210
SIN
TECHNICAL DATA
Meas. input:
System
configuration:
Nominal voltage 500 V (Ph – Ph), nominal current 1/5 A, nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
Single-phase alternating current, 3/4-wire three-phase current with balanced /
unbalanced load
3 digits + sign, frequency 4-digit, meter 8-digit
Voltage and current ±0.5%, power, power factor, energy ±1.0%
frequency ±0.02 Hz (absolute). All details refer to nominal values
100 – 230 V AC/DC or 24 – 60 V AC/DC
A210: 96 x 96 x 46 mm, A220: 144 x 144 x 46 mm
Assembly on top-hat rail with adaptor (article No. 154 055) is possible
Display:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
Dimensions:
APPLICATION
SINEAX A220
The instruments are designed for measurements in electrical distribution system or industrial plants. All
parameters may be set via the display. Configuration can also be performed using A200plus software if an
EMMOD201 (Modbus) or EMMOD203 (Ethernet) extension module has been temporarily or permanently
plugged into the basic device.
The digital outputs cannot only be used to drive external counters but also for alarming in case of liwith
violations. If, for example, the measured variable of current is tested for exceeding a liwith value, the same is
triggered as soon as at least one of the phase currents exceed the liwith value. A liwith value on the neutral
wire helps to minimise the risk that an undersized neutral wire causes insulation damage or even fires. An
extension module may be plugged in to connect supervisory systems or to network devices via Modbus,
Profibus, LON or Ethernet.
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
A210
149 783
150 300
152 447
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Input
500 V / 5 A
500 V / 1 A
Power supply
Test protocol
Mounted extension
module
without
without
100 – 230 V AC/DC
24 – 60 V AC/DC
100 – 230 V AC/DC
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
MULTIFUNCTIONAL INSTRUMENTS DISPLAY / PANEL
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SINEAX A230s | SINEAX A230
Complete acquisition and analysis of the system state of a three-phase heavy current system.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
System can be analysed in relation to unbalance of voltages
Determination of individual harmonic contents and THD
• 3 different modes for specific measured value display
• Additional mean values also for non-power variables including trend analysis
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
SINEAX A230s
SIN
Meas. input:
System
configuration:
Display:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
Dimensions:
Nominal voltage 500 V (Ph – Ph), nominal current 1/5 A, nominal frequency 50/60 Hz
Single-phase alternating current, 3/4-wire three-phase current with balanced/
unbalanced load, also in Aron or open-Y measuring circuit available
4 digits + sign, meter 8 digit, display mode programmable
Voltage and current ±0.2%, power, power factor, energy ±0.5%,
frequency ±0.02 Hz (absolute). All details refer to nominal values
100 – 230 V AC/DC or 24 – 60 V AC/DC
A230s: 96 x 96 x 46 mm, A230: 144 x 144 x 46 mm
Assembly on top-hat rail with adaptor (article No. 154 055) is possible
APPLICATION
SINEAX A230
ACCESSORIES
Electrical distribution systems and industrial plants are increasingly subjected to non-linear loads like
computers or electronically controlled motors. This might lead to premature fuse blow-outs, overload of the
neutral wire or malfunctions of devices. A230s/A230 is able to determine this additional load.
The harmonics analysis assesses whether an active correction to improve the system quality is required.
Special consideration should be given to the current harmonics of the 3rd, 9th and 15th order which add up
in the neutral wire.
Using the system unbalance the load of a transformer may be analysed. If the same is unbalanced loaded
under nominal load this will lead to compensating current and thus to additional heating. The consequence
may be damage to the insulation or even the destruction of the transformer.
For extension module EMMOD20x see page 38
For configuration software A200plus see page 74
For interface adapter cable RS232 see page 71
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
OVERVIEW
EXTENSION MODULES
The extension modules enlarge the functionality of the A210, A220, A230s and A230 power monitors. They can be simply snaped onto the
back of the basic instrument and take their power supply from it.
Functionality EMMOD...
201
202
203
204
205
206
INTERFACE
RS232/RS485 (Modbus/RTU)
▪
▪
Ethernet (Modbus/TCP)
▪
Profibus DP (RS485)
▪
(▪)
LON (communication with U160x)
LON (Standard)
▪
M-Bus
DATA LOGGER
Mean values
≤2
≤ 14
Min/Max interval values (A230s / A230 only)
Time reference via PC time
≤9
▪
▪
Time reference via built-in RTC
OUTPUTS
2
Analog outputs 0/4..20 mA
Digital outputs 125 V DC
1
DIGITAL INPUTS
1
Synchronizazion pulse for mean-values
Tariff switching HT/NT
Synchronization or HT/NT
1
1
(1)
1
▪
▪
156 639
156 647
168 965
PARAMETRIZATION OF THE MODULE
via software A200plus
▪
▪
via basic device
▪
via GSD in the control system
▪
via software A200plus and browser
ARTICLE NUMBERS
150 285
155 574
155 582
158 510
All devices of the A series (A210, A220, A230s, A230) can be equipped with an adapter for mounting on top-hat rail. If the basic device is also equipped with an
extension module, in addition a set with longer fixing clips is required, to allow the fixing of the top-hat rail adapter.
ACCESSORIES
Top-hat rail adapter for A210, A220, A230s, A230, article No. 154 055
Fixing clips as set (4 pieces) for top-hat rail adapter with extension module, article No. 154 394
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POWER QUALITY
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POWER QUALITY
The quality of energy available in electric networks
is determined by the consumers connected.
Their power consumption is often non-linear and
influences the network quality negatively. This may
impair the smooth operation of consumers (e.g. of
production lines or computer centres). The quality
of the network voltage which a power supplier
has to provide is thus determined by international
standards (e.g. EN 50160). But also energy
consumers and equipment manufacturers must limit
their feedback to the power system. For monitoring
the compliance with standard values devices for
temporary, mobile use and firm installation in the
facility part to be monitored are available.
Traditionally, power quality monitoring is only
conducted as a reaction to trouble such as device
failure, plant malfunctions, process interruption
or communication breakdown. However, all
these problems cost money and nobody wants to
experience the same thing again just to be able
to create a corresponding record for analysis.
Therefore, the greatest advantage of continuous
power quality monitoring is that users put
themselves in a position to proactively build up their
knowledge thus increasing system availability.
Devices such as LINAX PQ3000 or MAVOSYS 10
help to detect trouble before it can do any damage
and to provide data for the identification of the root
cause in case an event actually occurs.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER QUALITY
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
LINAX PQ3000
Panel-mounted devices for Power quality monitoring in electric mains.
LINAX PQ3000 is a Class A device according to the IEC 61000-4-30 Ed. 3 power quality standard. It can
thus provide reliable and comparable information for regulatory agencies, negotiations with energy suppliers
or internal quality control. It also supports a conformity report according to the EN 50160 voltage quality
standard.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Power quality analysis in Class A, according to IEC 61000-4-30 Ed. 3
Data exchange format for power quality data: PQDIF
• Energy consumption analysis, Class 0.5S according to EN 62053-22/24
• Network state monitoring: 0.1 % (U,I), 0.2 % (P,Q,S)
• Ethernet: Modbus/TCP, NTP, http (parameterising via web page)
• Modbus/RTU (optional)
• Optional extensions (up to 3 modules)
• Uninterrupted power supply: 5 times 3 minutes
• Relay outputs (2 channels per module)
• Analog outputs: 2 or 4 channels ±20 mA; only 1 module
•
•
POWER QUALITY ANALYSES ACCORDING TO IEC 61000-4-30 ED. 3
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Chap.
Power quality parameter
5.1
Power frequency
5.2
Magnitude of supply voltage
5.3
Flicker
5.4
Supply voltage dips and swells
5.5
Voltage interruptions
5.7
Supply voltage unbalance
5.8
Voltage harmonics
5.9
Voltage interharmonics
5.10
Mains signalling voltage on the supply voltage
5.11
Rapid voltage changes (RVC)
5.12
Measurement of underdeviation and overdeviation parameters
5.13
Current (magnitude, harmonics, interharmonics)
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
POWER QUALITY
MONITORED VOLTAGE PHENOMENON
CAUSES
Mains frequency
•
Magnitude of supply voltage
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POSSIBLE CONSEQUENTIAL PROBLEMS
Loss of power generators
Great load changes
•
•
•
Changes in grid load
•
Instability of the mains power supply
Disruption of equipment
System shut-down
• Loss of data
•
Flicker and rapid voltage changes (RVC)
•
•
Supply voltage dips and swells
Frequent load changes
Start of engine
•
•
Great load changes
Short circuit, contact to earth
• Thunderstorm
• Power supply overload
• Feed-in of renewable energies such as wind or
photovoltaic energy
•
Disruption of equipment such as control or drive
systems
• Operational interruption
• Data loss in control systems and computers
•
Short circuit
Blown fuses
• Component failure
• Planned supply interruption
•
•
•
•
•
Voltage interruptions
Supply voltage unbalance
Voltage harmonics
Voltage interharmonics, mains signalling
voltage on the supply voltage
•
•
•
Flickering lighting
Impairment of the performance of exposed people
Production stoppage
Process interruptions
• Data loss in control systems and computers
Uneven load on phases due to one or two-phase
consumers
•
Current in the neutral conductor
Overload / overheating of equipment
• Increase of harmonics
Non-linear loads such as frequency converters,
rectifiers, switching power supplies, arc furnaces,
computers, fluorescent tubes etc.
•
Frequency converters and similar control devices
•
•
Reduction of machine efficiency
Increased energy losses
• Overload / overheating of equipment
• Current in the neutral conductor
•
•
Flicker
Malfunction of ripple control
Current (magnitude, harmonics, interharmonics, events)
Analogously to voltages, the pertaining current values
are recorded in the same manner.
Current course in voltage dips in the mains
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER QUALITY
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
PQ EVALUATION SOFTWARE FOR PQ3000
SMARTCOLLECT PM20
LINAX PQ3000 stores the acquired power quality data in a standardised Power Quality Data Interchange
Format (PQDIF) according to IEEE 1159.3. Many evaluation programs for the analysis of power quality data
support this data format, e.g. SMARTCOLLECT PM20 of Camille Bauer Metrawatt or PQView of Electrotek
Concepts.
The storage principle provides one PQDIF file containing statistical data per day. Voltage or current events
are stored in an individual file per event so that event data are available immediately.
By means of the SMARTCOLLECT PM20 software, the PQDIF files of the device can be displayed, stored in
the database and analysed. A conformity report can be prepared, as well.
Most data displays are also available via the local GUI or the web interface of PQ3000.
MAVOSYS 10
Monitoring system for analyzing power quality, power and energy.
This mains analyser exceeds the classic maximum of 8 channels for voltage and current inputs. Users
may choose between input modules for voltages (4 channels), current (4 channels) and digital signals (8
channels). Applications requiring previously two or more devices may now be realised by a combination of
up to 4 modules in only one MAVOSYS 10.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Combination of up to four virtual analyzers in a single housing
Input modules for 4 x voltage, 4 x current, 8 x digital signal
• Local operation and visualization with an optional 1⁄4 VGA touch-screen
• Certification in accordance with IEC 61000-4-30, class A
• Time synchronization via NTP server and/or optional GPS receiver
• Internal and external cross-triggering
• Complies with all national and international standards
• Ethernet 10/100 BaseT, RS232 and RS485 interfaces included as standard equipment
• TCP/IP, HTTP, XML and Modbus TCP/RTU communication protocols
•
•
PRECONFIGURED COMPLETE SYSTEMS
Article No.
M818A
Main module
Basic device standard, 4 slots, Ethernet,
RS232/RS485, voltage supply 12 VDC
Voltage module
Current module
1 x 4 channel voltage module with screwed
connections, 0 … 600 V AC/DC
1 x 4 channel current module 5A,
5 x overload, current transformer,
screwed connection
M818B
Basic device for control panel installation
4 slots, Ethernet, RS232/RS485,
voltage supply 90…250 VAC /
105 … 125 VDC
1 x 4 channel voltage module with screwed
connections, 0 … 600 V AC/DC
1 x 4 channel current module 5A,
5 x overload, current transformer,
screwed connection
M818C
Basic device for control panel installation
with 1/4 VGA touchscreen, 4 slot, Ethernet,
RS232/RS485, voltage supply 90 … 250
VAC / 105 … 125 VDC
1 x 4 channel voltage module with screwed
connections, 0 … 600 V AC/DC
1 x 4 channel current module 5A,
5 x overload, current transformer,
screwed connection
M818D
Monitor for voltage monitoring,
1 slot
1 x 4 channel voltage module with screwed
connections, 0 … 600 V AC/DC
The current price list as well as our homepage contain further configuration options.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING
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PROCESS CONTROL
ENGINEERING
The more complex a process is designed, the more
important are precise instruments for its continuous
progression: They assume and secure the flow
of information within the system. Instruments of
Camille Bauer are successfully used for these
technological management tasks in numerous
industries.
TEMPERATURE
Temperature is the most frequently measured
variable in process industry. Respective sensors
are used in accordance with requirements, mostly
thermocouples or resistance thermometers. For
further processing, this sensor data is reliably
converted by our signal converters into standard
signal or to a fieldbus.
SIGNAL CONVERSION
The safety and availability of a process plant take
first place in the considerations of plant operators.
In order to transfer the signals in a safe manner
and free of any disturbance they often have
to be amplified, galvanically isolated between
the individual circuits and possibly adapted to
requirements. This effectively prevents potential
transfer – people and plant are protected in an
optimum fashion.
PROCESS MANAGEMENT
Process management systems assume the
visualisation, recording and management of process
data. These systems have intelligent control
functions and form the interface of analog signals
as well as bus systems to the next higher-ranking
control level.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
OVERVIEW
PASSIVE SIGNAL CONVERTERS
V608
V610
V611
VS30
TI816
2I1
Programmable
temperature
transmitter
Temperature
transmitter for
Pt100
Programmable
temperature
transmitter
Programmable
temperature
transmitter
Passive
signal isolator
Passive
signal isolator
RTD
TC
4...20mA
4...20mA
Pt100
RTD
TC
mA
Pt100
Ni100
mA
0...20mA
0...10V
0...20mA
01 - 47
01 - 47
01 - 48
01 - 48
01 - 49
DCM817
TI801
TI802
TI807
SI815
Passive signal
isolator module
Passive
signal isolator,
loop-powered
Passive signal
isolator, 2-channel,
loop-powered
One or
multichannel
passive isolator
Loop-powered
supply unit
with HART protocol
0...20mA
0...10V
0...20mA
01 - 50
4...20mA
4...20mA
4...20mA
4...20mA
4...20mA
4...20mA
01 - 50
0...20mA
0...10V
0...20mA
01 - 50
01 - 51
0...20mA
0...20mA
01 - 49
4...20V
4...20V
01 - 51
LEGENDE
Devices without galvanic isolation
Devices with galvanic isolation
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
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OVERVIEW
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ACTIVE SIGNAL CONVERTERS
VS40
VS46
VS50
VS52
VS54
VS70
Pt100 converter
Thermocouple
converter with
alarm unit
Galvanic isolator/
analog converter
Isolating amplifier
with transmitter
supply
Current shunt /
V-I converter
Power supply for the
CB-Power-Bus
+DC
mA
V
Pt100
mA
V
TC
VDC
mA
V
mA
V
mA
V
VDC
VDC
mA
V
mV
mA
V
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
VDC
01 - 52
01 - 52
01 - 53
01 - 53
01 - 54
54
V620-1
TV815
TV804
TP619
TVD825
TV819
Universal
converter /
isolating amplifier
DC current-voltage
isolating amplifier
DC current
isolating amplifier
Potentiometric to DC
isolating amplifier
DC duplicator /
isolating amplifier
Isolation amplifier
mA
mV, V
Ω
RTD
TC
mA
V
mA
V
mA
V
mA
VAC/DC
VAC/DC
mA
mA
V
Ω
VAC/DC
VAC/DC
mA
V
VAC/DC
01 - 55
01 - 56
01 - 56
B811
B812
TV808
TV829
Power supply unit
with add. functions
Standard power
supply unit
Configurable
isolation amplifier
High voltage
isolation amplifier
1-Kanal / 2-Kanal
mA
V
4...20mA
4...20mA
mA
V
mV
mA
V
V AC/DC
VAC/DC
01 - 58
mA
V
mV
VAC/DC
01 - 55
mA
mA
V
mA
V
mA
V
mV
V
01 - 57
01 - 57
4...20mA
V AC/DC
V AC/DC
01 - 59
01 - 60
01 - 61
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
OVERVIEW
MULTIFUNCTIONAL SIGNAL CONVERTERS
TV809
V624
Programmable
temperature
transmitter
Programmable
isolation amplifier
V604s
VB604s
Programmable
multifunctional
transmitter
Programmable
multifunctional
transmitter with
REMOTE I/O
functionality
mA
V
mA
V
mA
V
V AC/DC
V AC/DC
01 - 62
01 - 63
mA
V
mV
RTD
TC
Ω
VQ604s
Programmable
safety value
converter
Programmable
multifunctional
transmitter with
very fast setting
times
MODBUS
MODBUS
RTD
TC
Ω
VC604s
mA
V
mA
mV
RTD
TC
Ω
mA
V
mA
mV
RTD
TC
Ω
MODBUS
2x
MODBUS
mA
V
mA
mV
RTD
TC
Ω
mA
V AC/DC
V AC/DC
V AC/DC
V AC/DC
01 - 65
01 - 66
01 - 67
01 - 68
MODBUS/RTU
mA
TC
+
–20…+20 mA
RTD
ϑ
–10…+10 V
V
2 relays
(change over)
mV
R
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Digital
output (SO)
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PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING
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SINEAX V608
Programmable temperature transmitter for top-hat or G-rail assembly, 2-wire - Ex and Non-Ex-design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Programmable even without power supply connection
Applications in hazardous areas (Zone 1)
• Reverse polarity protected connections
• Sensor breakage and short-circuit monitoring
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Pt100, Ni100 as well as other sensor types in 2, 3 or 4-wire connection
Thermocouples type B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
4…20 mA, 12…30 V
62 x 17 x 67 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
62 x 17 x 72 mm (incl. G-rail)
Output:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIANTS
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see Page 74,
PC connecting cable see Page 71
Article No.
Description
141 515
Non-Ex design, internal cold junction compensation
141 523
Ex design EEx ia IIC T6, internal cold junction compensation
SINEAX V610
Temperature transmitter for Pt100 for top-hat or G-rail assembly, 2-wire.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Sensor breakage and short-circuit monitoring
Narrow design
• Serial mounting without any liwithation
• Reverse polarity protected connections
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
H x W x D:
Pt100 in 3-wire connection
4…20 mA, 12…30 V
90.2 x 7 x 86 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
90.2 x 7 x 91 mm (incl. G-rail)
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
154 823
0…100 °C
154 831
0…150 °C
154 849
0…200 °C
154 857
-30…+70 °C
154 865
-50…+150 °C
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX V611
Programmable temperature transmitter for top-hat or G-rail assembly, 2-wire.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Narrow design
Serial mounting without any liwithation
• Programmable even without power supply connection
• Sensor breakage and short-circuit monitoring
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Pt100, Ni100 as well as other sensor types in 2, 3 or 4-wire connection
Thermocouples type B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
4…20 mA, 12…30 V
90.2 x 7 x 86 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
90.2 x 7 x 91 mm (incl. G-rail)
Output:
H x W x D:
STOCK VARIANTS
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see Page 74,
PC connecting cable see Page 71
Article No.
Description
152 504
Internal cold junction compensation
SINEAX VS30
Pt100, Ni100 / loop powered converter for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Spring-cage clamp connection
Compact design, width only 6.2 mm
• Accuracy 0.1%
• Programming via DIP-switch or software
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Pt100 (– 200...+ 650 °C), Ni100 (– 60...+ 250 °C)
4...20 mA or 20...4 mA
5...30 V DC (2 wire connection)
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
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Description
162 769
SINEAX VS30
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SINEAX TI816
Passive signal isolator for the galvanic isolation of 0...20 mA signals, test voltage 500 V.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Current or voltage output for standard signals
Compact design
• High degree of accuracy
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Voltage drop:
H x W x D:
0…20 mA
0…20 mA, 0…10 V
500 V
2.1 V
75 x 12.5 x 49.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
75 x 12.5 x 52 mm (incl. G-rail)
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Description
990 722
Output 0...20 mA
994 089
Output 0...10 V
SINEAX 2I1
Passive signal isolator for the galvanic isolation of 0...20 mA signals, test voltage 4 kV - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Isolates signals for hazardous areas
Robust, tried and tested design
• Exact representation of the current signal
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Voltage drop:
H x W x D:
0…20 mA
0…20 mA
4 kV
3 V (Non-Ex design), 6 V (Ex design)
95 x 24 x 69.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
95 x 24 x 74 mm (incl. G-rail)
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Description
154 253
Non-Ex design
154 279
Input: 0...20 mA Ex design [EEx ib] IIC
154 287
Output: 0...20 mA Ex design [EEx ia] IIC
154 261
Increased weathering resistance
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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DCM 817
Passive signal isolator module for the galvanic isolation of 0…20 mA signals.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Exact representation of the current signal
Plug-in or solderable module design
• Space-saving design
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Voltage drop:
H x W x D:
0…20 mA
0…20 mA
500 V
2.1 V
21 x 41 x 10.3 mm
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Description
988 727
Straight connecting pins
988 719
Angled connecting pins
SINEAX TI801/TI802
Passive Isolator, loop-powered mA to mA.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
Power supply: self powered from the input (primary) loop
Channel to channel isolation of 1.5 kV
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Voltage drop:
H x W x D:
1 or 2 channels, 4…20 mA
1 or 2 channels, 4…20 mA
max. 7 V (load-dependent)
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
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Description
162 884
SINEAX TI801 (1 channel)
162 892
SINEAX TI802 (2 channels)
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SINEAX TI807
Passive signal isolator module for the galvanic isolation of 0…20 mA signals, test voltage 4 kV - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Current or voltage output for standard signals
High degree of accuracy
• Isolates signals for hazardous areas
• Up to 3 channels on a width of 17.5 mm
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
0…20 mA
0…20 mA, 0…10 V
4 kV
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm (N17 housing)
N17
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Housing
Description
999 154
N17
1 channel, input: 0…20 mA, output: 0…20 mA, Non-Ex design
999 196
N17
1 channel, input: 0…20 mA, output: 0…20 mA, Ex design
999 170
N17
1 channel, input: 0…20 mA, output: 0…20 mA (output signal
intrinsically safe), Ex design
SINEAX SI815
Loop powered supply unit with HART protocol to energise 2-wire transmitters - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
No power supply connection required
HART pass-through
• 1:1 transmission of the 4…20 mA signal
• Suitable for the supply of transmitters in Ex areas
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
N17
4…20 mA, voltage 12…30 V DC
4…20 mA
Supply voltage = input voltage – voltage drop
2.7 V (without HART and Ex) up to 8.7 V (with HART and Ex)
84.5 x 17.5 x 107.1 mm (N17 housing)
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm (S17 housing)
Voltage drop:
H x W x D:
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Description
999 279
Without HART, Non-Ex design
999 295
With HART, Non-Ex design
999 310
Without HART, Ex design [EEx ia] IIC
999 336
With HART, Ex design [EEx ia] IIC
S17
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX VS40
Pt100 converter for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
3-way galvanic isolation
Spring-cage clamp connection
• Power bridging terminal DIN rail bus connector
• Compact design, width only 6.2mm
• Minimal range: 50 °C
• Accuracy 0.1%
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Pt100 (2-, 3-, 4 wire) (– 150…650 °C)
current 0/4…20 or 20…4/0 mA or
voltage 0…5/10, 10…0, 1...5 V DC
1.5 kV
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
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Description
162 751
SINEAX VS40
SINEAX VS46
Thermocouple converter with alarm unit for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
3-way galvanic isolation
Spring-cage clamp connection
• Power bridging terminal DIN rail bus connector
• Small dimensions
• Accuracy 0.1%
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Thermocouples, types: J, K, E, N, S, R, B, T
current 0/4…20, 20…4/0 mA or voltage 0…5/10, 10…0 and 1…5 V DC,
Solid State Relay for alarm output
1.5 kV
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
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Description
162 777
SINEAX VS46
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SINEAX VS50
Galvanic isolator/analog converter for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
3-way galvanic isolation
Spring-cage clamp connection
• Power bridging terminal DIN rail bus connector
• Compact design, width only 6.2mm
• Accuracy 0.1%
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Current 0/4...20 mA or
Voltage 0/1...5, 0/2...10, 0...15/30 V DC
Current 0/4...20, 20...4/0 mA or
Voltage 0/1...5, 0/2...10 V DC
1.5 kV
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
Output:
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
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Description
162 785
SINEAX VS50
SINEAX VS52
Isolating amplifier with transmitter supply for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
3-way galvanic isolation
Spring-cage clamp connection
• Power bridging terminal DIN rail bus connector
• Compact design, width only 6.2mm
• Accuracy 0.1%
• With power supply for 2-wire transmitter
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
Current 0/4...20 mA or voltage 0/1...5, 0/2...10 V DC
Current 0/4...20, 20...4/0 mA or voltage 0/1...5, 0/2...10 V DC
1500 V
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
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Article No.
Description
162 793
SINEAX VS52
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX VS54
Current shunt/V-I converter for toprail assembly.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
3-way galvanic isolation
Spring-cage clamp connection
• Power bridging terminal DIN rail bus connector
• Compact design, width only 6.2mm
• Accuracy 0.1%
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
± 25 to ± 2000 mV
Current 0/4...20, 20...4/0 mA or
Voltage 0...5/10, 10...0 and 1...5 V DC
1.5 kV
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
Test voltage:
H x W x D:
Compatible with CB-Power-Bus
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Description
162 800
SINEAX VS54
SINEAX VS70
Power supply for the CB-Power-Bus
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Bridging power supply through the DIN rail bus connector (CB-Power-Bus)
Redundant power supply
• Built-in over-voltage (surge) protection
• Supply of up to 75 modules
• Two individual power supply sources can be connected to one SINEAX VS70 module
• Spring cage clamp connection
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
H x W x D:
93.1 x 6.2 x 102.5 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
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Description
162 818
SINEAX VS70
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SINEAX V620-1
Universal converter for mA, V, TC, RTD, Ω.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Isolation: 1500 V AC at 3 ways
Strobe: Input (control analog output)
• Resolution: Programmable from 11 to 15 bit + sign
• Programmable DIP switch or software
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Voltage, current, RTD, TC, NTC, potentiometer, rheostat
Current 2 ranges 0/4…20 mA
Voltage 4 ranges 0/1…5 V, 0/2…10 V
1.5 kV
0.1%
35 ms (11 bit + sign)
9...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
Test voltage:
Accuracy:
Response time:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Description
176 405
SINEAX V620-1, power supply 9...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC (50...60 Hz)
SINEAX TV815
DC current-voltage isolating amplifier.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
3-way galvanic isolation
Power for 2-wire transducers, 20 V DC
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Response time:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Current bipolar setable up to 20 mA or voltage
Current or voltage
1.5 kV
35 ms
9...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
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Article No.
Description
172 677
SINEAX TV815
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX TV804
DC current isolating amplifier.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
3-way galvanic isolation
Power for 2-wire transducers, 20 V DC
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Response time:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Current (active or passive)
Current (active or passive)
500 V
40 ms
9...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
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Description
162 868
SINEAX TV804
SINEAX TP619
Potentiometric to DC isolating amplifier.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
3-way galvanic isolation
Screw-fit terminals (removable)
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Test voltage:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Resistor, rheostat, potentiometer
Current or voltage
500 V
0.2%
19...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
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Description
162 876
SINEAX TP619
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SINEAX TVD825
DC duplicator/isolating amplifier (current / voltage).
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
•
•
3-way galvanic isolation
Screw-fit terminals removable
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Testvoltage:
Accuracy:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Current or voltage
Current or voltage selectable
1.5 kV
0.2%
19...40 V DC, 19...28 V AC
100 x 17.5 x 112 mm
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Description
172 685
SINEAX TVD825
SINEAX TV819
Isolation amplifier for unipolar and bipolar DC currents and voltages.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Standard and non-standard signals
Safe isolation, enhanced up to 600 V (Cat. II) or 1000 V (Cat. I)
• Manual zero and span calibration
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
–0.1…+0.1 mA to –40…+40 mA,
–0.06…+0.06 V to –1000…+1000 V
–1…+1 mA to –20…+20 mA,
–1…+1 V to –10…+10 V
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
69.2 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals not pluggable)
85 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals pluggable)
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Description
146 862
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, terminals pluggable
146 854
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, terminals pluggable
146 846
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, terminals not pluggable
146 838
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, terminals not pluggable
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX B811
Power supply unit with additional functions to energise 2-wire transmitters - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
HART pass-through
Current or voltage output for standard signals and non-standard signals
• Suitable for the supply of transmitters in hazardous areas
• Line breakage and short-circuit monitoring via output signal or LED as well as relay
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input circuit:
4…20 mA, supply voltage (20 mA): 24 V (Non-Ex design),
16 V (Ex design)
0…5 V, 1…5 V, 0…10 V, 1…10 V or non-standard signals
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA or non-standard signals
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Description
107 400
Power supply: 85…110 V DC/230 V AC, Ex design [EEx ia] IIC,
without HART, without relay
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SINEAX B812
Standard power supply unit to energise 2-wire transmitters - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
HART pass-through
Suitable for the supply of transmitters in hazardous areas
• Line monitoring via LED
• Setting time <0.3 ms
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input circuit:
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
4…20 mA, supply voltage (20 mA): 18 V
4…20 mA
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
69.2 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals not pluggable)
85 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals pluggable)
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Description
155 102
Power supply: 85…110 V DC/230 V AC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals not pluggable
155 144
Power supply: 85…110 V DC/230 V AC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals pluggable
155 095
Power supply: 24…60 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals not pluggable
155 136
Power supply: 24…60 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals pluggable
155 087
Power supply: 85…230 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals not pluggable
155 128
Power supply: 85…230 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals pluggable
155 079
Power supply: 24…60 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals not pluggable
155 110
Power supply: 24…60 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals pluggable
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX TV808-11
Configurable isolation amplifier for unipolar and bipolar DC currents and voltages - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
36 I/O combinations with jumpers configurable or customised measuring range
Inputs and outputs for current and voltage in one device
• Intrinsically safe input for signals from hazardous areas
• Manual zero and span calibration
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, ±20 mA, 0…10 V, 2…10 V, ±10 V
or customised
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, ±20 mA, 0…10 V, 2…10 V, ±10 V
or customised
24 – 60 V AC/DC or 85 – 230 V AC/DC
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Description
124 404
Power supply: 24…60 V AC/DC, 36 combinations freely selectable, not customised
124 412
Power supply: 85…230 V AC/DC, 36 combinations freely selectable, not customised
SINEAX TV808-115
Isolation amplifier for DC currents and voltages and I/P valve positioner - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Intrinsically safe output for I/P valve positioner in hazardous areas
HART pass-through
• Unipolar and bipolar inputs, standard or customised
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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–1…+1 mA to –20…+20 mA,
–0.06…+0.06 V to –20…+20 V
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, 20…0 mA, 20…4 mA
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm
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SINEAX TV808-12
2-channel isolation amplifier for unipolar and bipolar DC currents and voltages.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
2 isolated channels or 1 input/2 outputs in 17.5 mm design width
Manual zero and span calibration
• 252 I/O combinations with solder bridges configurable or customised measuring range
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Different ranges from 0.06 V to 20 V or 0.1 mA to 20 mA
or customised
0…20 mA, 4…20 mA, ±20 mA mA or customised
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
120 x 17.5 x 146.5 mm
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
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Description
128 802
2 channels, input 0…20mA, output 0…20 mA, power supply 24…60 V AC/DC
128 810
2 channels, input 0…20mA, output 0…20 mA, power supply 85…230 V AC/DC
128 828
1 input 0…20 mA, 2 outputs 0…20 mA, power supply 24…60 V AC/DC
128 836
1 input 0…20 mA, 2 outputs 0…20 mA, power supply 85…230 V AC/DC
SINEAX TV829
High-voltage isolation amplifier for shunt and voltage measurement on high potential.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Safe galvanic isolation according to DIN EN 61010-1 and DIN EN 50124 (Cat. III)
High test voltage: 10 kV
• Calibrated range shaft
• High common-mode rejection ratio: 150 dB
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input (switch-selectable): ±60 mV, ±90 mV, ±150 mV, ±300 mV, ±500 mV, ±10 V 1
±400 V, ±600 V, ±800 V, ±1000 V, ±1200 V
±1400 V, ±1600V, ±1800V, ±2000 V, ±2200 V, ±3600 V 2
Output (switch-selectable): 4…20 mA, ±20 mA, ±10 V
Power supply:
24…253 AC/DC
H x W x D:
90 x 22.5 x 118 mm (Article No. 158 312)
90 x 67.5 x 118 mm (Article Nos. 158 320 and 158 338)
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2
Article No.
Description
158 312
Shunt mesaurement: ±60 mV, ±90 mV, ±150 mV, ±300 mV, ±500 mV, ±10 V 1
158 320
Voltage measurement: ±400 V, ±600 V, ±800 V, ±1000 V, ±1200 V
158 338
Voltage measurement: ±1400 V, ±1600 V, ±1800 V, ±2000 V, ±2200 V, ±3600 V 2
Only output ±10 V
Upon request (not switch-selectable)
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX V624
Programmable temperature transmitter for thermocouples and resistance thermometers - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Programmable without any power supply connection
Zero and span calibration via software
• Suitable for temperature measurement in hazardous areas
• Sensor breakage and short-circuit monitoring
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Input:
Pt100, Ni100 in 2, 3 or 4-wire connection,
Thermocouples type B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
Programmable between 0…20 mA or 20…0 mA
or 0…10 V or 10…0 V
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
69.2 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals not pluggable)
85 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals pluggable)
Output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see Page 74,
PC connecting cable see Page 71
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Description
141 896
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals not pluggable
141 903
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals not pluggable
143 412
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals pluggable
143 420
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, Non-Ex design, terminals pluggable
141 911
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals not pluggable
141 929
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals not pluggable
143 438
Power supply 24…60 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals pluggable
143 446
Power supply 85…230 V AC/DC, Ex design [Ex ia Ga] IIC and [Ex ia Da] IIIC,
terminals pluggable
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
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SINEAX TV809
Programmable isolation amplifier for unipolar and bipolar DC currents and voltages - Ex design and Non-Ex design.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Current or voltage output in one device
Safe isolation, enhanced up to 600 V (Cat. II) or 1000 V (Cat. I)
• Limit value relay secures monitoring function
• Intrinsically safe input for signals from hazardous areas
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Current input:
Voltage input:
Current output:
Voltage output:
Relay output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see page 74,
PC connecting cable see page 71
–1.5…+1.5 mA to –100…+100 mA
–1.7…+1.7 V to –1000…+1000 V
–0.5…+0.5 mA to –20…+20 mA
–0.5…+0.5 V to –10…+10 V
AC: 250 V, 2 A, 500 VA, DC: 125 V, 2 A, max. 60 W
24…60 V AC/DC or 85…230 V AC/DC
69.2 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals not pluggable)
85 x 17.5 x 114 mm (terminals pluggable)
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Article No.
Description
147 282
Power supply 85…230 V, terminals pluggable, Non-Ex design
147 258
Power supply 24…60 V, terminals not pluggable, Non-Ex design
147 266
Power supply 85…230 V, terminals not pluggable, Non-Ex design
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SINEAX V604s
Signal converter of the premium class.
SINEAX V604s is a high-performance
multifunctional signal converter with a very high
basic accuracy of 0.1 %.
However, SINEAX V604s is more than a simple
isolation amplifier or temperature transmitter.
The instrument may be adapted to the most varied
measuring tasks via the MODBUS/RTU interface
integrated as a standard and the CB-Manager
software available free-of-charge.
This multifunctionality in combination with
very easy operation results in a wide range of
applications of classical tasks, e.g. temperature
measurement or signal isolation through to
intelligent monitoring tasks aligned to safety.
SINEAX V604S IS CHARACTERISED BY THE
FOLLOWING FEATURES:
Sensor connection without any external jumpers
• High-quality pluggable screw terminals or spring
cage terminal
• 2 analog inputs and 2 analog outputs
• 2 relay outputs *
• Digital output (S0) *
• Digital MODBUS/RTU interface for parameterising
and system integration
•
Integrated mathematical functions
Functions for safety-aligned measurements
• Integrated DC energy meter *
• Customised linearisation
• Numerous liwith value monitoring and alarms
• AC/DC wide-range power supply unit
•
•
* Depending on the type of instrument
THE UNIVERSAL
INSTRUMENT
THE BIDIRECTIONAL
INSTRUMENT
THE MONITORING
INSTRUMENT
THE FAST
INSTRUMENT
V604s
VB604s
VC604s
VQ604s
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2 universal inputs (mA, mV, Ω, temperature)
Galvanic isolationof all circuits
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▪
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▪
AC/DC wide-range power supply unit (24-230V)
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Fast measurement up to 10 ms
–
–
–
▪
Number of analog outputs (mA, V)
2
2
1
2
1 normally open (NO)
or digital output
1 normally open (NO)
2 change over
1 normally open (NO)
Remote I/O functionality
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▪
–
–
Design for 600 VDC
-600…+600 VDC at one output
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–
–
High-quality pluggable screw terminals
or spring cage terminal
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▪
▪
Output signal
(selectable for each output separately)
U or I
U or I
U or I
I
Mathematical linking of inputs
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▪
DC-energy meter
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▪
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–
Relay output / digital output
Sensor drift monitoring
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Breakage and short circuit monitoring
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▪
Sensor redundancy
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▪
▪
▪
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MODBUS interface
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SINEAX V604s
Programmable multifunctional transmitter for currents, voltages, temperature sensors, remote transducers or potentiometers.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Measurement of DC voltage, DC current, temperature (RTD, TC) and resistance
System capability: Parameterising and readout of all input variables and internally calculated values
via MODBUS
• Sensor connection without any external jumpers
• 2 inputs (e.g. for sensor redundancy or difference formation)
• 2 outputs (U and / or I)
• DC- energy meter - function (with S0 output)
• 2 inputs can be linked with each other and allocated to the 2 outputs which enables calculations and
sensor monitoring (e.g. prognostic maintenance of sensors)
• Freely programmable relay, e.g. for liwith or alarm signalling
• Digital output (optional)
• AC/DC wide-range power supply unit
• Pluggable high-quality screw or spring cage terminals
•
•
All settings of the instrument can be adapted to the measuring task by PC software. The software also
serves visualising, commissioning and service.
TECHNICAL DATA
Input 1 and 2:
Pt100, adjustable Pt20…Pt1000
Ni100, adjustable Ni50…Ni1000
2, 3 or 4 wire connection
Thermocouple types B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
–1000…+1000 mV, unipolar/bipolar
–600…+600 V, unipolar/bipolar
–50…+50 mA, unipolar/bipolar
0…5 kOhm, 2 or 3 wire connection
±20 mA, uni/bipolar, range adjustable or
±10 V, uni/bipolar, range adjustable
1 normaly open: AC: 2 A / 250 VAC
DC: 2 A / 30 VAC
24 …230 V DC, 100…230 V AC, ±15%
118 x 22.5 x 108 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
Output 1 and 2:
Relay output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see page 74,
PC converter see page 72
For connection to a PC a converter from
RS485 to USB is required.
E.g. Art. No. 163 189 USB to RS485
converter, see page 72
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
168 329
Device versions for high DC voltages:
DC voltages of up to 600VDC can be measured at one input.
In addition, mV, RTD, TC and resistance measurements are possible at both
inputs. At one input mA.
The device is supplied with screw terminals and a liwith value relay.
The following configuration is preset:
Input 1: 0…1000 mV /
Input 2: not used
Output 1: 4…20 mA /
Output 2: not used
169 624
Device version without a high DC input:
Contrary to the version for high voltages, mA signals can be processed
simultaneously at both inputs of this device version. In addition, mV, RTD, TC
and resistance measurements are possible.
The device is supplied with screw terminals and a liwith value relay.
The following configuration is preset:
Input 1: 4…20 mA /
Input 2: 4…20 mA
Output 1: 4…20 mA /
Output 2: 4…20 mA
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX VB604s
Programmable multifunctional transmitter for currents, voltages, temperature sensors, remote transducers or potentiometers.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Measurement of DC voltage, DC current, temperature (RTD, TC) and resistance
Programmable remote I/O functionality. Readout of all input variables and internally calculated
values via MODBUS. Simultaneously, the outputs and the relay may be controlled via
MODBUS.
• Free selection as to whether the output variables are dependent on the input variables or
whether the outputs are controlled independently of the inputs via MODBUS.
• Sensor connection without any external jumpers
• 2 inputs (e.g. for sensor redundancy or difference formation)
• 2 outputs (U and / or I)
• 2 inputs can be linked with each other and allocated to the 2 outputs which enables calculations
and sensor monitoring (e.g. prognostic maintenance of sensors)
• System capability: Communication via Modbus interface
• Freely programmable relay, e.g. for liwith or alarm signalling
• AC/DC wide-range power supply unit
• Pluggable high-quality screw or spring cage terminal
•
•
All settings of the instrument can be adapted to the measuring task by PC software.
The software also serves visualising, commissioning and service
TECHNICAL DATA
Input 1 and 2:
Output 1 and 2:
Relay output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Pt100, adjustable Pt20…Pt1000
Ni100, adjustable Ni50…Ni1000
2, 3 or 4 wire connection
Thermocouple types B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re,
W3Re/W25Re
–1000…+1000 mV, unipolar/bipolar
–50…+50 mA, unipolar/bipolar
0…5 kOhm, 2 or 3 wire connection
±20 mA, uni/bipolar, range adjustable or
±10 V, uni/bipolar, range adjustable
1 normaly open:
AC: 2 A / 250 VAC
DC: 2 A / 30 VAC
24 …230 V DC, 100…230 V AC, ±15 %
118 x 22.5 x 108 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see page 74
PC converter see page 72
For connection to a PC a converter from RS485 to USB is required.
E.g. Art. No. 163 189 USB to RS485 converter, see page 72
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SINEAX VC604s
Programmable multifunctional transmitter for currents, voltages, temperature sensors, remote transducers or potentiometers.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Measurement of DC voltage, DC current, temperature (RTD, TC) and resistance
System capability: Parameterising and readout of all input variables and internally calculated values via
MODBUS
• Sensor connection without any external jumpers
• 2 inputs (e.g. for sensor redundancy or difference formation)
• 1 output (U or I)
• 2 inputs can be linked with each other and allocated to the 2 outputs which enables calculations and
sensor monitoring (e.g. prognostic maintenance of sensors)
• 2 freely programmable relays with changeover contacts, e.g. for liwith or alarm signalling
• AC/DC wide-range power supply unit
• Pluggable high-quality screw or spring cage terminals
•
•
All settings of the instrument can be adapted to the measuring task by PC software. The software also
serves visualising, commissioning and service.
TECHNICAL DATA
Input 1 and 2:
Output 1 and 2:
Relay output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Pt100, adjustable Pt20…Pt1000
Ni100, adjustable Ni50…Ni1000
2, 3 or 4 wire connection
Thermocouple types B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
–1000…+1000 mV, unipolar/bipolar
–50…+50 mA, unipolar/bipolar
0…5 kOhm, 2 or 3 wire connection
±20 mA, uni/bipolar, range adjustable or
±10 V, uni/bipolar, range adjustable
2 change over
AC: 2 A / 250 VAC
DC: 2 A / 30 VAC
24 …230 V DC, 100…230 V AC, ±15%
118 x 22.5 x 108 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see page 74
PC converter see page 72
For connection to a PC a converter from RS485 to USB is required.
E.g. Art. No. 163 189 USB to RS485 converter, see page 72
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX VQ604s
Programmable multifunctional transmitter for currents, voltages, temperature sensors, remote transducers or potentiometers.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Fast measurement of DC voltage, DC current, temperature (RTD, TC) and resistance
System capability: Parameterising and readout of all input variables and internally calculated values via
MODBUS
• Setting time up to 10 ms
• Sensor connection without any external jumpers
• 2 inputs (e.g. for sensor redundancy or difference formation)
• 2 outputs (I)
• 2 inputs can be linked with each other and allocated to the 2 outputs which enables calculations and
sensor monitoring (e.g. prognostic maintenance of sensors).
• Freely programmable relay, e.g. for liwith or alarm signalling
• AC/DC wide-range power supply unit
• Pluggable high-quality screw or spring cage terminals
•
•
All settings of the instrument can be adapted to the measuring task by PC software. The software also
serves visualising, commissioning and service.
TECHNICAL DATA
Input 1 and 2:
Output 1 and 2:
Relay output:
Power supply:
H x W x D:
Pt100, adjustable Pt20…Pt1000
Ni100, adjustable Ni50…Ni1000
2, 3 or 4 wire connection
Thermocouple types B, E, J, K, L, N, R, S, T, U, W5Re/W26Re, W3Re/W25Re
–1000…+1000 mV, unipolar/bipolar
–50…+50 mA, unipolar/bipolar
0…5 kOhm, 2 or 3 wire connection
±20 mA, uni/bipolar, range adjustable or
±10 V, uni/bipolar, range adjustable
1 normaly open:
AC: 2 A / 250 VAC
DC: 2 A / 30 VAC
24…230 V DC, 100…230 V AC, ±15%
118 x 22.5 x 108 mm (incl. top-hat rail)
ACCESSORIES
Configuration software see page 74
PC converter see page 72
For connection to a PC a converter from RS485 to USB is required.
E.g. Art. No. 163 189 USB to RS485 converter, see page 72
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VIDEOGRAPHIC RECORDERS
Universally configurable data management systems to store, visualise, analyse and communicate measured data.
LINAX DR2000
LINAX DR3000
TFT color graphic, 145 mm (5,7 in)
Resolution: 640 x 480 pixel
TFT color graphic, 178 mm (7 in)
Resolution: 800 x 480 pixel
0 / 4 / 8 / 12
0 / 4 / 8 / 12 / 16 / 20 or up to 40 for fieldbus
HART inputs
–
▪
Digital inputs
6
6 / 14
Analogue outputs
–
2
Loop power supply
1 x 24 V DC, max. 250 mA
1 x 24 V DC, max. 250 mA
Count inputs (pulse) / operating time counter
▪
▪
Event input
▪
▪
30 / 6 relays
60 / 6 or 12 relays
Navigator / keyboard / mouse
Navigator / keyboard / mouse
Signal analysis
Intermediate, daily, monthly, yearly reports
Intermediate, daily, weekly, monthly,
overall/annual reports
Process screen
–
up to 10
E-mail functions
Integrated Web Server
▪
▪
▪
▪
4 mathematics channels (optional)
12 mathematics channels (optional)
▪
▪
▪
▪
–
–
optional
optional
Text input
–
can be preset 30 x
Memory
Internal memory + SD card + USB stick
Internal memory + SD carte + USB stick
Scan rate
100 ms
100 ms
USB (front),
Ethernet (back),
RS232/RS485 (optional),
Modbus RTU/TCP Slave (optional)
USB (front),
RS232/RS485,
PROFINET I/O Device,
EtherNet/IP Adapter,
Modbus RTU/TCP Slave,
Modbus RTU/TCP Master,
Ethernet, USB (back)
90 to 250 V AC, 24 V AC/DC
90 to 250 V AC, 24 V AC/DC
IP65/NEMA4 (front)
IP65/NEMA4 (front)
144 x 144 x 158 (5,67 x 5,67 x 6,22)
190 x 144 x 158 (7,48 x 5,67 x 6,22)
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Display
Universal analogue inputs
Alarm set points / relays
Operation
Mathematics function
Integration
Calculation factor for integrated quantities
Batch function
Tele-alarm function
Interfaces
Power supply
Protection class
Dimensions (W x H x D) in mm (in)
FDA 21 CFR 11 / user administration
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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PROCESS CONTROL ENGINEERING
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
LINAX DR2000
Videographic recorder with extended basic functions for control cabinet installation.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Inexpensive videographic recorder for basic applications
Very distinct, high-quality TFT display
• Device can be equipped and extended according to customer requirements
• Device protection IP65 / NEMA4 device protection (front)
• Fast scanning of 100ms/channel
• Low operating costs (TCO)
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Numberof channels:
Display:
Operation:
Memory:
Communication:
Transmitter power supply:
H x W x D:
0, 4, 8 or 12
14.5 cm (5.7 inch) TFT colour
Navigator, keyboard, mouse
Internal memory + SD card + USB stick
Modbus RTU Slave, Modbus TCP Slave
1 x 24 V DC, max. 250 mA
144 x 144 x 158 mm
LINAX DR3000
High-performance videographic recorder for control cabinet installation.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Powerful videographic recorder with high performance
Simple intuitive operation, with built-in Help
• Up to 12 mathematics channels for complex calculations
• For applications in rough environment due to IP65 / NEMA4 device protection (front)
• Data security in accordance with FDA 21 CFR Part 11
• Guaranteed data integrity (flash memory)
• Low operating costs (TCO)
•
•
TECHNICAL DATA
Numberof channels:
Display:
Operation:
Memory:
Communication:
4, 8, 12, 16, 20 universal inputs or up to 40 for fieldbus
17.8 cm (7 inch) TFT
Navigator, touchscreen, keyboard, mouse
Internal memory + SD card + USB stick
Modbus RTU / TCP Slave, Modbus RTU / TCP Master,Profibus DP Slave,
PROFINET IO-Device, EtherNet / IP
Transmitter power supply: 1 x 24 V DC, max. 250 mA
Optional:
Batch and tele-alarm function
H x W x D:
190 x 144 x 158 mm
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PROGRAMMING AND ADDITIONAL CABLES
They serve programming of transmitters on a PC if the respective software is available.
Article No. Description
A2xx *
A2000
A200 zu
DME4xx
DME4xx
A200R
M56x
TV809
(NEx)
137 887
Programming cable
PK610 (Ex)
141 416
Additional cable
141 440
Additional cable
143 587
Additional cable
▪
147 779
Programming cable
PRKAB 600 (Ex)
▪
147 787
Programming cable
PRKAB 560 (NEx)
152 603
Interface adapter cable
154 071
Connecting cable
Sub-D 9 pol. male/male
168 949
Connecting cable 2 m
EDS-CAM <> SINEAX CAM
176 314
Programming cable
PRKAB 5000
980 179
Extension cable
Sub-D 9 pol. male/female
EDSCAM
V611
V608
V624
▪
▪
TV809
(Ex)
BT5100
BT5200
BT5300
BT5400
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▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
▪
* A210, A220, A230s, A230 with plugged-on EMMOD201
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
141 416
Programming of transmitters standardand Ex design
Communication with the instruments
• Safe galvanic isolation of instrument and PC
• Cost-effective instruments (M56x) due to separated programming interface
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•
137 887
147 787
147 779
143 587
141 440
154 071
152 603
980 179
168 949
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
SINEAX A20
Universal display device with a large OLED display for front panel mounting.
The digital indicator SINEAX A20 is an universal display device with a large OLED display for front panel
mounting. About the two RS485 MODBUS RTU interfaces up to 30 measurement can be visualized.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Two serial RS485 MODBUS RTU master / slave interfaces
Large OLED 2,7” display with 128 x 64 pixel
• Simple parameterization via 3 keys
• Up to 30 measurement can be visualized
• Reduced cabling (2-wire connection)
•
•
CONVERTER FROM USB TO RS485
USB to RS485, with galvanic isolation, for SINEAX V604s, VR660 and APLUS.
USB to RS485, with galvanic isolation, for SINEAX V604s, VB604s, VR660, APLUS, SINEAX CAM and
SINEAX DME401/440
Article No. Description
163 189
USB/RS485 converter
CONVERTER FROM USB TO RS232-TT (CONFIG-BOX PLUS)
USB to RS232, with galvanic isolation.
CONFIG-BOX PLUS is a converter which realies a serial asynchronous connectionvia RS232, RS485 or TTL
with a USB port on your PC.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
USB/RS232 isolation: 1500 V
Loop powered by USB PC port
• Dimensions: 90 x 50 x 25 mm
• Standard USB 1.0, 1.1, 2.0
•
•
Article No. Description
172 768
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USB/RS232-TTL converter Config-Box Plus
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CB-MANAGER
For the universal measuring unit for heavy-current variables SINEAX DM5S/DM5F, SINEAX CAM and APLUS and for the programmable
multifunctional transmitter SINEAX V604s.
This software perwiths ONLINE/OFFLINE parawitherising of SINEAX CAM and APLUS as well as visualising
measured values. It also supports users in commissioning and service. The program design is systemoriented and thus enables the simultaneous communication with several devices.
Acquisition and change of all device features
Setting of real-time clock and time zone, selection of the time synchronisation method
• Archiving of configuration and measured value files
• Visualising of instantaneous values
• Acquisition, setting and resetting of meters and minimum / maximum values
• Starting, stopping and resetting of the optional logger
• Recording of measured value progression during commissionning
• Check of correct device connection
• Simulation of outputs to test subsequent circuits
• User and access setting for the protective password system
•
•
Article No. Description
156 027
Doku-CD, incl. configuration software CB-Manager
This CD is part of the scope of delivery of SINEAX CAM, APLUS, SINEAX VR660 and V604s.
It also contains the documentation of the Profibus devices APLUS, EMMOD204 and DME406.
CB-ANALYZER
For the universal heavy-current measuring units SINEAX CAM and APLUS.
The .NET-based software facilitates the data acquisition and analysis of the optional data loggers and lists of
SINEAX CAM and APLUS. The data will be stored in a database so that a much longer history is built up than
would be the case if only the present memory content of the device was analysed. The program is capable
of processing several devices simultaneously.
Acquisition of logger and list data of several devices
Storage of the data in a database (Access, SQLClient)
• Report generation in list or graphic format
• Selectable time range in the preparation of reports
• Export of report data to Excel or as an Acrobat PDF file
• Different analysing options of the acquired data, also across devices
•
•
Article No. Description
156 027
Doku-CD, incl. analysis software CB Analyzer
This CD is part of the scope of delivery of SINEAX CAM, APLUS, SINEAX VR660 and V604s.
It also contains the documentation of the Profibus devices APLUS, EMMOD204 and DME406.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ACCESSORIES
POWER SYSTEM MONITORING
CONFIGURATION SOFTWARE
To parameterise programmable CB devices.
All software products of Camille Bauer Metrawatt can be used ONLINE (connected to the device) and
OFFLINE (without a connected device). In this way, parameterising and the documentation for all devices to
be used can be performed and stored prior to commissioning. The CD contains the following PC software:
CONTENT OF THE CD
Software
for devices
Language
VC600
SINEAX/EURAX V604, VC603,
SIRAX V644
D, E, F, NL
V600plus
SINEAX VK616, VK626, V608, V624,
V611, SIRAX V606
D, E, F, NL,
I, S
TV800plus
SINEAX TV809
D, E, F, NL
DME 4
SINEAX/EURAX DME4xx
D, E, F, NL, I
M560
SINEAX M561, M562, M563
D, N, F, NL, S
2W2
KINAX 2W2, WT711 and SR719
D, E, F, NL
A200plus
SINEAX A210, A220, A230, A230s
with EMMOD201 or EMMOD203
D, E, F, NL
A2000plus
Handheld
A210-HH, A230-HH
D, E, F, NL
Article No. Description
146 557
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Configuration software (CD)
Operating system
9x, NT4.x, 2000, ME, XP
Vista, 7, 8 (32-Bit)
Vista, 7, 8 (64-Bit)
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SMARTCOLLECT
Easy data communication via Modbus RTU / TCP, ECL and SmartControl-Direct
Connection also via OPC
• Devices of Camille Bauer and Gossen Metrawatt are already predefined and selectable in the software
• Open for the devices of all manufacturers
• Data is stored in an open SQL database
• Modular cost / performance model – basic version may be extended at any time
•
•
APPLICATION
The powerful SMARTCOLLECT software has been particularly designed for applications in energy business
and industry as well as for service providers and public authorities. The software measures, stores and
visualises all of the relevant consumption data of current, gas, water or heat. This results in the following
benefits:
TRANSPARENCY
OPTIMISATION
Overall energy consumption view of the acquired
media as well as the allocation to individual
consumers.
Proposals for improvement measures may be
evaluated on basis of recognised weak points.
COST REDUCTION
RECOGNITION OF WEAK POINTS
The identification and realisation of recognised
saving potentials reduce costs.
The comprehensive visualisation and reporting
functions recognise and show weak points.
USER-FRIENDLY AND FLEXIBLE
VERSATILE USE
INFORMATION - WORLD-WIDE
SMARTCOLLECT is very easily installed on
computers with current Windows operating systems.
The free-of-charge SQL Express is used as a
database.
The clear hierarchical structure and easy menu
guidance with integrated help functions of the
Graphic User Interfaces facilitate an intuitive
operation after a brief familiarisation period.
Well-arranged visualisation contributes to user
friendliness.
SMARTCOLLECT facilitates the flexible acquisition,
storage and visualisation of all energy data (e.g.
electrical energy) as well as different material flows
like gas, steam, water through to heat quantities.
Via the Modbus interface, not only Camille
Bauer and Gossen Metrawatt products but also
instruments of the most varied manufacturers may
be connected.
SMARTCOLLECT Client facilitates local or
world-wide access to the data archived in the
SMARTCOLLECT database. The web access allows
for working in any locations at any time. The
software is multilingual (DE, EN, FR, IT, ES, NL,
CZ and CN). The language is very easily switched
during operation.
MODULAR DESIGN - LOW COSTS
The modularly designed software and licence model
facilitates easy system expansion and may be
adapted to your individual requirements.
For more information see page 130.
COMPETENT SUPPORT
Camille Bauer supports you with a comprehensive
service offer from training programs, consultation
services through to its customer support which is
available world-wide.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
POSITION SENSORS
Be it throttle valves of power plants, crane booms under
heavy loads, passenger and container ships at sea or
directional solar plants: even the smallest changes in
inclination may have a substantial effect nearly everywhere
in machine construction and the area of transport. On
the one hand, on the component concerned and, on the
other hand, subsequently on the entire system. Therefore,
it is extremely important that these changes be exactly
measured to implement immediately required compensation
measures.
Angle measurement systems of Camille Bauer Metrawatt
can allocate a position of travel or angle to an exact and
unambiguous position value at any time. They thus serve
as an important link between mechanics and control. They
particularly demonstrate their quality in rough conditions.
Environmental impacts do not impair their precision in
any way: The tried and tested capacitive system operates
according to a non-contact measuring principle and provides
the devices with unique operating safety. Depending
on application and objective, different OEM variants are
available for serial installation in customer systems and
special variants for the machine and plant construction
industry.
CONTENT
CHAPTER - PAGE
02 - 77
02 - 78
02 - 94
02 - 100
POSITION SENSORS
Overview
Transmitters for angular position
Inclination transmitters
Accessories
CHAPTER - PAGE
02 - 108
02 - 109
SELECTION CRITERIA POSITION SENSORS
Important drive system variables
Selection criteria for shaft couplings
02
POSITION SENSORS
OVERVIEW
PAGE 02 - 77
TRANSMITTERS FOR
ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX WT720
Page 02 - 80
KINAX HW730
Page 02 - 82
are precision instruments and
serve for the acquisition of angular
position and rotation, processing
and the provision of measured
values as electric output signals
for the downstream device. They
convert the angular position of
a shaft into a load-independent
direct current signal, proportional
to the angular position.
KINAX 3W2
Page 02 - 90
KINAX 2W2
Page 02 - 92
KINAX N702
Page 02 - 96
KINAX N702-CANopen
Page 02 - 97
INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
convert the angle of inclination
of the object to be measured into
an output signal. The same is
available either analog in form of a
current (4 … 20mA) or digital with
a bus interface in CANopen, SSI
or HART.
The pendulum encoder measuring
principle has been tried and tested
for a long time and is precise and
long-time stable even under the
most adverse conditions, e.g. in
the presence of vibration.
ACCESSORIES
Appropriate accessories for
angular position instrumentation
and inclination encoder.
KINAX WT707
Page 02 - 86
KINAX WT717
Page 02 - 88
KINAX N702-SSI
Page 02 - 98
KINAX N702-INOX
Page 02 - 99
KINAX N702-INOX HART
Page 02 - 100
CABLE/PLUG
Page 02 - 101
MOUNTING
ACCESSORIES
Page 02 - 102
COUPLINGS
Page 02 - 105
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
TRANSMITTERS FOR
ANGULAR POSITION
Hollow-shaft transmitter for angular
position for heavy duty applications.
Positioning tasks have to be solved in all areas of
machine and plant construction. Safety demands
and requirements continually rise, particularly so
if failures endanger people and the environment.
Angular position, inclination or position transmitters
are used for the exact acquisition and monitoring
of positions. The ability of allocating an exact
and unambiguous position value to a distance or
angular position at any time make angular position
transmitters one of the most important links
between mechanical components and the control
system.
Angular position transmitters acquire the angular
position of a shaft and convert the mechanical
movement into a proportionate DC signal. They may
be divided into two main categories.
housing, these feedthrough filters form an effective
protection against external electric fields influencing
the angular position transmitter. If the axis is turned
in relation to the housing, the capacities of the
differential capacitors change in accordance with
the angle position of the axis. These changes
are acquired by the measuring circuit and correspondingly displayed. The measured value is thus
issued as an absolute angle position.
Multiturn angular position encoders provide in
addition to the angle position of the shaft also
information on the number of revolutions.
Camille Bauer AG offers a range of sophisticated
and high-quality angular position transmitters.
For a long time, the company has focussed on
the patented capacitive measuring principle. The
instruments are characterised by features and
advantages which predestine them for heavy-duty
operation. The emphasis is always on quality,
reliability and robustness.
COMMON APPLICATIONS
Wind and solar energy plants
Horizontal nacelle alignment to determine the wind
direction, monitor the rotor blade position and
speed of the rotor
• Exact alignment of solar panels and parabolic
mirrors
•
Incremental angular position transmitters
An incremental encoder measures angles by
counting measuring steps or the interpolation of
signal periods always starting from an optional
point of reference (zero). A pulse is ewithted for
each position step. This measuring method does
not provide an absolute allocation of a position to
the signal. This means that every time the control
is activated or after an interruption of the supply
voltage, a point of reference has to be set.
Absolute angular position transmitters
Absolute angular position transmitters provide an
unambiguously allocated position immediately
after activation or an interruption of the supply
voltage. Contrary to incremental angular position
transmitters, the time-consuming determination of a
point of reference is not required.
The measuring task of an angular position
transmitter may be solved by different measuring
principles.
Capacitive measuring principle
Capacitive measuring principles are among the best
non-contact sensor scanning systems for analog
and digital output signals. The principle of an ideal
plate capacitor.
The measured value generator consists of two
capacitor plates fixed in a housing and facing
each other at a short distance. An electric field is
generated between the plates and influenced by
a flag which can rotate around a central axis fixed
on one axis. A spacer ring is arranged between the
ewithting and receiving electrode plate and ensures
a firm, defined distance of the electrode plates and
the flag. The analysis electronics are positioned on
the outer side of the capacitor plates where they
are supplied with energy via feedthrough filters and
read out. Together with the shells of the aluminium
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Magnetic measuring principle
Angular position encoders using a magnetic
measuring principle consist of a rotatable shaft
with a fixed permanent magnet and a sensor. The
magnetic field generated by the permanent magnet
is scanned by the sensor and the measured value
is allocated to an unambiguous, absolute angle
position.
Optical measuring principle
Angular position encoders using an optical
measuring principle consist of a rotatable shaft
with a code disk and an optoelectronic scanning
unit composed of an aperture and photoreceivers.
Optical information is converted into electrically
analysable signals. The system is predominantly
liwithed to visible light, infrared radiation and
ultraviolet light. The principle is based on the
signal change caused by the quantum mechanical
properties of light. This means that infrared light of
a source penetrates the code disk and the aperture
behind it. In each angle step, a different number of
photoreceivers is covered due to the dark fields of
the code disk.
Single and multiturn angular position
encoders
Angular position encoders which issue an absolute
position by one revolution of the shaft, i.e. 360°,
are called single turn angular position encoders.
The entire measuring range has been covered after
one revolution and starts again with its initial value.
Many applications, e.g. spindles, engine shafts or
cables require the acquisition of several revolutions.
Guide vanes, throttle valves and slidegates
of power plants
•
Exact positioning and monitoring of guide vanes,
turbine controls, throttle valves and slidegates
Shipping
•
Exact determination of rudder and propeller
position
Crane vehicles, fork-lift trucks and
heavy-duty vehicles
Exact positioning of crane jibs and the fork of
fork-lift trucks
• Precise position measurement in industrial and
dockside cranes as well as swivel measurement in
heavy-duty vehicles
•
Dredgers and drilling equipment
Measurement of suction arm depths in suction
dredgers
• Acquisition and positioning of dredger arms and
depth measurement in rotary drilling equipment
•
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
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APPLICATION EXAMPLES
Oil and gas production
Alignment of the drilling head unit in a drilling rig
An offshore drilling rig is a detached steel framework equipped for the
exploration of mineral oil or natural gas as well as water sources.
KINAX inclination sensors secure the desired alignment of the drilling unit in
relation to the borehole and thus the smooth execution of the drilling operation.
Offshore oil rig in the ocean
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX WT720
Programmable shaft transmitter for angular position for heavy duty applications, dia. 58 mm.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust transmitter for angular position suitable for field applications
•
Highest degree of mechanical and electrical safety
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after
activation
•
Measuring range and sense of rotation can be adjusted by a switch and two
push-buttons
•
Zero position and end position are independently adjustable
•
Linear and V characteristic of the output value free programmable
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Vibration and shock-resistant
•
Analog output signal 4…20 mA, 2-wire connection
•
Explosion protection acc. ATEX and IECEx
•
Suitable for ocean-going vessels acc. GL
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Output variable IA:
Max. residual ripple:
Accuracy:
Sense of rotation:
Electrical connection:
Free programmable between 0 … 360°
4 … 20 mA, 2-wire connection
12 … 30 V DC (protected against wrong polarity)
Load-independent DC current, proportional to the
input angle
< 0.3% p.p.
Error liwith ≤ ±0.5% (at reference conditions)
Adjustable for sense of rotation clockwise or
counterclockwise
Spring-type terminal block or plug connector M12,
4 poles
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Drive shaft diameter:
Admissible static
loading of shaft:
Mounting position:
Material:
Connections:
Weight:
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Climatic rating:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 40 … +85 °C
Rel. humidity ≤95 %, non-condensing
Explosion protection:
Temperature – 40 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity≤95 %, non-condensing
Housing protection:
IP 67 according to EN 60 529
IP 69k according to EN 40 050 - 9
2
IEC 60 068-2-6, 100 m/s / 10 … 500 Hz
2
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤1000 m/s / 11 ms
Vibration:
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
< 0.03 Nm
±0.1%
10 mm
19 mm, with adapter flange NLB1019
Max. 80 N (radial)
Max. 40 N (axial)
Any
Front: aluminium
Back: aluminium anodized
Shaft: rust-proof, hardened steel
Cable gland metal or
plug metal (M12 / 4 poles)
Approx. 360 g
Approx. 900 g, with adapter flange
with adapter flange
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The standards for noise immunity EN 61 000-6-2
and interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
PROGRAMMING
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ACCESSORIES
The transmitter is programmable via switch and push-button. These will be
visible after opening the top cover.
Zero and end position can be independently programmed via push-buttons. The
direction of rotation and the shape of the output curve (linear or V-characteristic)
are free adjustable via DIP switch.
Article No. Description
see page
168 105
Plug connector for M12 sensor plug, 5 poles
101
168 204
Mounting angle
103
168 212
Mounting plate
103
997 182
Mounting foot for WT720 with flange
104
997 190
Mounting flange for WT720 with flange
104
157 364
Kit mounting clamp
102
DOCUMENTATION
Article No. Description
CONNECTION ALLOCATION PLUG
2
3
1
4
Pin
Plug
1
+
2
–
3
not connected
-
Data sheet
156 796
Operating instruction
1014
Flyer
-
3D CAD files in STEP and IGS
APPROVALS
Description
Declaration of conformity
ATEX approval
IECEx approval
4
GL approval
DIMENSIONS
69
50 h7
0°
20
4
7
M4x 6
9
76.2
42
58
Ø10 h6
12
15
3
Dimensions KINAX WT720
76.2
Ø58
Ø19 f6
Ø60
Ø62 f8
M6
32.5
76.5
82 ±0.2
158.5
102
Dimensions KINAX WT720 with adapter flange
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX HW730
Programmable hollow-shaft transmitter for angular position for heavy duty applications, dia. 78 mm.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust transmitter for angular position suitable for field applications
•
Highest degree of mechanical and electrical safety
•
Proven capacitive scanning system
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Vibration and shock-resistant
•
Measuring range, sense of rotation, zero position and linear/V-characteristic
can be adjusted by a switch and two push-buttons
•
Analog output signal 4…20 mA, 2-wire connection
•
Zero position and end position are independently adjustable
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after
activation
•
Suitable for ocean-going vessels acc. GL
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Output variable IA:
Reproducibility:
Accuracy:
Sense of rotation:
Electrical connection:
Free programmable between 0 … 360°
4 … 20 mA, 2-wire connection
12 … 30 V DC (protected against wrong polarity)
Load-independent DC current, proportional to the
input angle
< 0.1°
Error liwith ≤ ±0.35° (at reference conditions)
Adjustable for sense of rotation clockwise or
counterclockwise
Spring-type terminal block or plug connector M12,
4 poles
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Hollow-shaft diameter:
Mounting position:
Material:
Connections:
Weight:
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max 0.7 Nm
±0.1%
30 mm, by reduction 10, 12, 16 or 20 mm
Any
housing: aluminium anodized
Shaft: rust-proof, hardened steel
Cable gland metal or
plug metal (M12 / 4 poles)
Approx. 820 g
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Climatic rating:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature –40 … +85 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 95% non-condensing
Explosion protection:
Temperature –40 … +75 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 95% non-condensing
Housing protection:
Vibration:
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
IP 67 according to EN 60 529
IP 69k according to EN 40 050 - 9
2
IEC 60 068-2-6, 100 m/s / 10 … 500 Hz
2
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤1000 m/s / 11 ms
The standards for noise immunity
EN 61 000-6-2 and interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
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ACCESSORIES
PROGRAMMING
The transmitter is programmable via switch and push-button. These will be
visible after opening the top cover.
Zero and end position can be independently programmed via push-buttons. The
direction of rotation and the shape of the output curve (linear or V-characteristic)
are free adjustable via DIP switch.
Article No.
Description
see page
168 105
Plug connector for M12 sensor plug, 5 poles
101
169 749
Kit of torque support
102
Adapter sleeve ø10 mm - ø20 mm
102
DOCUMENTATION
3
1
4
Description
-
Data sheet
157 835
Operating instructions
1025
Flyer
-
3D CAD files in STEP and IGS
APPROVALS
CONNECTION ALLOCATION PLUG
2
Article No.
Description
Pin
Plug
1
+
2
–
3
not connected
4
not connected
Declaration of conformity
ATEX approval
IECEx approval
GL approval
DIMENSIONS
55.7
3
55.7
M4
30
14
28 H7
Ø50
65.5
42.5
59
12
1.5
10
32
78
max. 77
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
POSITION SENSORS
KINAX HW730 MODBUS/TCP – Power over Ethernet
Programmable hollow-shaft transmitter for angular position for heavy duty applications, dia. 78 mm.
Acquires the angular position of a shaft without contact and provides it via
Modbus/TCP.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust transmitter for angular position suitable for field applications
•
Highest degree of mechanical and electrical safety
•
Proven capacitive scanning system
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Vibration and shock-resistant
•
Measuring range (zero point and end position) and sense of rotation via
Modbus/TCP adjusted
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Power supply:
Reproducibility:
Accuracy:
Sense of rotation:
Electrical connection:
Programmable between 0 … 360°
Power over Ethernet (PoE), class 0
< 0.1°
Error liwith ≤ ±0.15° (at reference conditions)
Adjustable for sense of rotation clockwise or
counterclockwise
Spring-type terminal block or plug connector M12, 4
poles
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Hollow-shaft diameter:
Mounting position:
Material:
Connections:
Weight:
max 0.5 Nm
±0.1%
30 mm, by reduction 10, 12, 16 or 20 mm
Any
housing: aluminium anodized
Shaft: rust-proof, hardened steel
Cable gland metal or
plug metal (M12 / 4 poles)
Approx. 820 g
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Vibration:
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
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– 40 … +85 °C
max. rel. humidity ≤95 %,
non-condensing
IP 67 according to EN 60 529
IP 69k according to EN 40 050 - 9
2
IEC 60 068-2-6, 100 m/s / 10 … 500 Hz
2
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤1000 m/s / 11 ms
The standards for noise immunity
EN 61 000-6-2 and interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
PARAMETERISATION AND MEASURED VALUE ACQUISITION
The device may be completely parameterised via the configuration interface
using the included PC software CB-Manager (see page 65).
MODBUS/TCP PROTOCOL WITH POWER OVER ETHERNET (POE)
The Modbus TCP/IP protocol is a widespread standard protocol based on a
master/slave or client/server architecture. It is directly supported by all common
operating systems and visualising tools thus perwithting the fast implementation
of the devices. Transmission rates of 10/100 MBit are achieved via the Modbus/
TCP interface.
Power over Ethernet (PoE) provides a transmission medium with a high band
width for the direct current supply of network-compatible devices via the
Ethernet cable.
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
Connection allocation spring-type terminal block
1 2 3 4
A A B B
ACCESSORIES
Pin
Signal
EIA-568-A
EIA-568-B
1
Rx-
green/white
orange/white
2
Rx+
green
orange
3
Tx-
orange/white
green/white
4
Tx+
orange
green
A
blue/white
blue/white
A
blue
blue
B
brown/white
brown/white
B
brown
Article No. Description
168 105
169 749
Connection allocation plug M12/4 poles d-coded
4
3
1
2
see page
Plug connector for M12 sensor plug, 5 poles
101
Kit of torque support
102
Adapter sleeve ø10 mm - ø20 mm
102
DOCUMENTATION
brown
Pin
1
2
3
4
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Signal
Rx+
Tx+
RxTx-
Article No.
Description
168 105
Data sheet
168 204
Operating instructions
168 212
Flyer
157 364
3D CAD files
APPROVALS
Description
Declaration of conformity
DIMENSIONS
55.7
3
55.7
M4
30
14
65.5
Ø50
28 H7
42.5
59
12
1.5
10
32
78
max. 77
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX WT707
Shaft transmitter for angular position for heavy duty applications, >dia. 100 mm.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust transmitter for angular position in singleturn und multiturn suitable for
field applications
•
Highest degree of mechanical and electrical safety
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after
activation
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Zero position and end position are adjustable
•
Small bearing play influence < 0.1%
•
Available with explosion protection “Intrinsic safety” Ex ia IIC T6
•
Can be mounted in hazardous area
•
Also available as sea-water resistant version
•
Suitable for ocean-going vessels acc. GL
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Output variable IA:
Current liwithation:
Residual ripple in
output current:
Power supply:
0 … 5°, 0 … 10°, 0 … 30°, 0 … 60°, 0 … 90°,
0 … 180°, 0 … 270° (without gear)
0 … 10°, 0 … 30°, 0 … 60°, 0 … 90°, 0 … 180°,
0 … 270° up to max. 1600 turns
(with additional gear)
0 … 1 mA, 0 … 5 mA, 0 … 10 mA, 0 … 20 mA,
4 … 20 mA with 3 or 4-wire connection
4 … 20 mA with 2-wire connection
Load-independent DC current, proportional to the
input angle
IA max. 40 mA
<0.3% p.p.
DC and AC voltage (DC/AC power pack)
Nominal voltage UN
Tolerance
24 … 60 V DC / AC
DC – 15 … +33%
AC ±15%
85 … 230 V DC / AC
Accuracy:
Reproducibility:
Response time:
Electrical connection:
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DC voltage only
12 … 33 V DC (version non-intrinsically safe, without
electric isolation)
12 … 30 V DC (version intrinsically safe, without
electric isolation)
Max. current consumption approx. 5 mA + IA
Max. residual ripple 10% p.p.
(must not fall below 12 V)
Error liwith ≤ 0.5% for ranges 0 … ≤150°
Error liwith ≤1.5% for ranges of up 0 … >150° to
0 … 270°
<0.2%
<5 ms
Plug connector or cable glands, connection print with
screw terminals
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Drive shaft diameter:
Admissible static
loading of shaft:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
Approx. 25 Ncm
±0.1%
19 mm or 12 mm
Max. 1000 N (radial)
Max. 500 N (axial)
Any
Housing flange standard: steel
Housing flange sea-water: high-grade steel 1.4462
Housing cover with plug connector: plastic
Housing cover with cable glands: aluminium
Shaft: rust-proof hardened steel
Approx. 2.9 kg (without additional gear)
Approx. 3.9 kg (with additional gear)
Sea-water resistant version
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
Data on explosion protection (type of protection «Intrinsic safety»)
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Climatic rating:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 25 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤90 %, non-condensing
IP 66 acc. to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 10g continuously,
15g (every 2 h in 3 directions) / 0 … 200 Hz
5g continuously, 10g (every 2 h in 3 directions) /
200 … 500 Hz
IEC 60 068-2-27, 3 x 50g
(10 pulses per axis and direction)
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
Instrument
Meas. output
Ui
Ii
Ex ia IIC T6 Pi
Ci
Li
707 - 2
…
Explosion protection:
Temperature – 40 … +55 °C at T6
resp. – 40 … +70 °C at T5
resp. – 40 … +75 °C at T4
Shock:
Marking
Order
code
Version with improved climatic rating (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 40 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤95 %, non-condensing
Housing protection:
Vibration:
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= 30 V
= 160 mA
=1W
≤ 10 nF
=0
Certificates
Mounting
location of the
instrument
ZELM
10 ATEX 0427X
Within the
hazardous
area, zone 1
ACCESSORIES
Article No
Description
see page
997 182
Mounting foot
104
997 190
Mounting flange
104
DOCUMENTATION
Explosion protection:
The standards for noise immunity EN 61 000-6-2
and interference emission EN 61 000-6-4 are
observed
Intrinsically safe Ex II 2 G / Ex ia IIC T6 acc. to
EN 60 079-0: 2006 and EN 60 079-11: 2007
Article No.
Description
-
Data sheet
993 651
Operating instructions
1019
Flyer
AUXILIARY TRANSMISSION
Using an optimum auxiliary transmission KINAX WT707 can also be employed
for multiturn applications. The selection of the correct gear ratio results in up to
1600 revolutions. You may choose auxiliary transmissions with a gear ratio from
2:1 up to 1600:1.
APPROVALS
Description
Declaration confirwithy
ATEX approval
SPECIAL SEA WATER DESIGN
IECEx approval
Using the special sea water design, KINAX WT707 can be employed under
extreme environmental conditions. The special steel housing makes it
particularly suited to applications in aggressive media like sea water, lyes, acids
and cleaning agents.
GL approval
M6 = 15
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
ca. 102.5
ca. 80.6
ca. 102.5
M6 = 15
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
ca. 80.6
DIMENSIONS
32.5
32.5
ca. 25
76.5
ca. 49.5
141.5
ca. 25
76.5
82 (0,2
102
82 (0,2
ca. 49.5
205.5
102
M6 = 15
ca. 71
ca. 71
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
M6 = 15
32.5
32.5
76.5
PG 11
147
82 (0,2
102
76.5
PG 11
211
82 (0,2
102
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX WT717
Programmable shaft transmitter for angular position for heavy duty applications, >dia. 100 mm.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust transmitter for angular position in singleturn and multiturn suitable for
field applications
•
Highest degree of mechanical and electrical safety
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after activation
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Measuring range, sense of rotation, characteristic, switching point
programmed using PC
•
Adjustement / Independent fine adjustment of the analog output, zero position
and measuring range
•
Simulation of measured values / The testing of the subsequent device chain is
already possible during the installation phase
•
Measured value acquisition / Display of the instantaneous value and a trend
graph of the measured value on the screen
•
Characteristic of the output value / Programmable as a linear, V-characteristic,
or any characteristic curve
•
Small bearing play influence < 0.1%
•
Available with explosion protection “Intrinsic safety” Ex ia IIC T6
•
Can be mounted within the hazardous area
•
Also available as sea-water resistant version
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Output variable IA:
Current liwithation:
Power supply:
Power consumption
max.:
Residual ripple
in output current:
Accuracy:
Reproducibility:
Response time:
Electrical connection:
Programmable between
0 … 10°, 0 … 50°, 0 … 350° (without gear)
Programmable between
0 … 10°, 0 … 50°, 0 … 350° up to max. 1600
turn (with gear)
4 … 20 mA with 2-wire connection
Load-independent DC current, proportional to the
input angle
IA max. 40 mA
12 … 33 V DC (version non-intrinsically safe, without
electric isolation)
12 … 30 V DC (version intrinsically safe, without
electric isolation)
Drive shaft diameter:
Admissible static
loading of shaft:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
19 mm or 12 mm
Max. 1000 N (radial)
Max. 500 N (axial)
Any
Housing flange standard: steel
Housing flange sea-water: high-grade steel 1.4462
Housing cover with cable glands: aluminium
Shaft: rust-proof hardened steel
Approx. 2.9 kg (without additional gear)
Approx. 3.9 kg (with additional gear)
Approx. 5 mA + IA
< 0.3% p.p.
Error liwith ≤ ±0.5%
< 0.2%
< 5 ms
Cable glands, connection print with screw terminal
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
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Approx. 25 Ncm
±0.1%
Sea-water resistant version
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
Data on explosion protection (Type of protection «Intrinsic safety»)
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Climatic rating:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 25 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤90 %, non-condensing
Version with improved climatic rating (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 40 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤95 %, non-condensing
Explosion protection:
Temperature – 40 … +55 °C at T6
resp. – 40 … +70 °C at T5
resp. – 40 … +75 °C at T4
Housing protection:
Vibration:
IP 66 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 50 m/s2 / 10 … 200 Hz
(every 2 h in 3 directions)
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤ 500 m/s2
(10 pulses per axis and direction)
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
The standards for noise immunity EN 61 000-6-2
and interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
Intrinsically safe Ex II 2 G / Ex ia IIC T6 acc. to
EN 60 079-0: 2006 and EN 60 079-11: 2007
Explosion protection:
PAGE 02 - 89
Marking
Order
Code
Instrument
Meas. output
Ui = 30 V
Ii = 160 mA
Ex ia IIC T6 Pi = max. 1
W
Ci ≤6,6 nF
Li = 0
717 - 2
…
Certificates
Mounting
location of the
instrument
ZELM 03 ATEX
0123
Within the
hazardous
area, zone 1
ACCESSORIES
Article No
Description
see page
997 182
Mounting foot
104
997 190
Mounting flange
104
DOCUMENTATION
Article No
Description
AUXILIARY TRANSMISSION
168 105
Data sheet
Using an optimum auxiliary transmission KINAX WT717 can also be employed
for multiturn applications. The selection of the correct gear ratio results in up to
1600 revolutions. You may choose auxiliary transmissions with a gear ratio from
2:1 up to 1600:1.
168 204
Operating instructions
1019
Flyer
APPROVALS
SPECIAL SEA WATER DESIGN
Using the special sea water design, KINAX WT717 can be employed under
extreme environmental conditions. The special steel housing makes it
particularly suited to applications in aggressive media like sea water, lyes,
acids and cleaning agents.
Description
Declaration conformity
ATEX approval
DIMENSIONS
M6 × 15
ca. 71
ca. 71
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
Ø 62 f8
Ø 60
Ø 19 f6
M6 = 15
32.5
32.,5
76.5
PG 11
147
82 ±0...2
102
76.5
PG 11
211
82 (0.2
102
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX 3W2
Shaft transmitter for angular position to be installed.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Compact transmitter for angular position to be installed into other equipments
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after
activation
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Adjustable zero point and measuring span
•
Small bearing play influence < 0.1%
•
Small starting torque < 0.001 Ncm
•
Available with explosion protection “Intrinsic safety” Ex ia IIC T6
•
Can be mounted within the hazardous area
•
Suitable for ocean-going vessels acc. GL
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Residual ripple
in output current:
Residual ripple max.:
Accuracy:
Reproducibility:
Response time:
Electrical connection:
0 … 10°, 0 … 30°, 0 … 60°, 0 … 90°, 0 … 180°,
0 … 270°
0 … 1 mA, 0 … 5 mA, 0 … 10 mA, 0 … 20 mA,
4 … 20 mA
Each with 3- or 4-wire connection
4 … 20 mA with 2-wire connection
12 … 33 V DC (version non-intrinsically safe)
12 … 30 V DC (version intrinsically safe)
< 0.3% p.p.
10% p.p. (must not fall below 12 V)
Error liwith ≤ ±0.5% for ranges 0 … ≤ 150°
Error liwith ≤1.5% for ranges of 0 … > 150° to
0 … 270°
< 0.2%
< 5 ms
Soldering terminals (protection class IP 00 acc. to
EN 60 529) or
wiring print with screw terminals or
wiring print with AMP connections or
wiring print with pads or
wiringg pprint with trans-zorb-diode
Wiring print with trans-zorb-diode
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MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Drive shaft diameter:
Admissible static
loading of shaft:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
Wiring print with screw terminals
< 0.001 Ncm with shaft 2 mm
< 0.03 Ncm with shaft 6 mm resp. 1/4”
±0.1%
2 mm, 6 mm or 1/4”
Sense
Drive shaft diameter
2 mm
6 mm resp. 1/4"
radial max
16 N
83 N
axial max
25 N
130 N
Any
Chromated aluminium
Shaft: rust-proof hardened steel
Approx. 100 g
Approx. 3.9 kg (with additional gear)
Wiring print with AMP connections
POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
DOCUMENTATION
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Climatic rating:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 25 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 90 % non-condensing
Version with improved climatic rating (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 40 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 95 % non-condensing
Explosion protection:
Temperature – 40 … +55 °C at T6
resp. – 40 … +70 °C at T5
resp. – 40 … +75 °C at T4
IP 50 according to. EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 50 m/s2 / 10 … 200 Hz (every 2 h
in 3 directions)
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤500 m/s2 (10 pulses per axis and
direction)
Housing protection:
Vibration:
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
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Article No.
Description
-
Data sheet
993 304
Operating instructions
1018
Flyer
APPROVALS
Description
Declaration of conformity
ATEX approval
IECEx approval
GL approval
The standards for noise immunity EN 61 000-6-2 and
interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
Intrinsically safe Ex II 2 G / Ex ia IIC T6 acc. to
EN 60 079-0: 2006 and
EN 60 079-11: 2007
Explosion protection:
Data on explosion protection (Type of protection «Intrinsic safety»)
Order
Code
708 - 2
…
Marking
Instrument
Meas. output
Ui
Ii
Ex ia IIC T6 Pi
Ci
Li
= 30 V
= 160 mA
=1W
≤ 10 nF
=0
Certificates
Mounting
location of the
instrument
ZELM 10 ATEX
0427X
Within the
hazardous area
DIMENSIONS
1
48
11 6
48
M3
4.5 deep
7
26.1
12
– 0.008
– 0.014
Ø 40 f7
Ø 20 f7
30 ±0,1
Ø 40 f7
Ø 20 f7
30 ±0,1
Ø2
120°
11
1
M3
4.5 deep
– 0.004
Ø6 g6 – 0.012
120°
7
26.1
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
KINAX 2W2
Programmable shaft transmitter for angular position to be installed.
Converts the angular position of a shaft into a load independent direct current
signal, proportional to the angular shaft position.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Compact transmitter for angular position to be installed into other equipments
•
Capacitive scanning system provides absolute position immediately after
activation
•
No wear, low annual maintenance and mountable anywhere
•
Measuring range, sense of rotation, characteristic, switching point programmed
using PC
•
Adjustement / Independent fine adjustment of the analog output, zero position
and measuring range
•
Simulation of measured values / The testing of the subsequent device chain is
already possible during the installation phase
•
Measured value acquisition / Display of the instantaneous value and a trend
graph of the measured value on the screen
•
Characteristic of the output value / Programmable as a linear, V-characteristic,
or any characteristic curve
•
Small bearing play influence < 0.1%
•
Small starting torque < 0.001 Ncm
•
Available with explosion protection “Intrinsic safety” Ex ia IIC T6
•
Can be mounted within the hazardous area
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Residual ripple in
output current:
Accuracy:
Reproducibility:
Response time:
Electrical connections:
Programmable between
0 … 10°, 0 … 50°, 0 … 350°
4 … 20 mA with 2-wire connection
12 … 33 V DC (non intrinsically safe version)
12 … 30 V DC (intrinsically safe version)
< 0.3% p.p.
Error liwith ≤ ±0.5%
< 0.2%
< 5 ms
Soldering terminals (protection class IP 00 acc. to
EN 60 529) or wiring print with screw terminals
Admissible static
loading of shaft:
Sense
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
Drive shaft diameter
2 mm
6 mm resp. 1/4"
radial max
16 N
83 N
axial max
25 N
130 N
Any
Chromated aluminium
Shaft: rust-proof hardened steel
Approx. 100 g
MECHANICAL DATA
Starting torque:
Clearance influence:
Drive shaft diameter:
<0.001 Ncm with shaft 2 mm
<0.03 Ncm with shaft 6 mm resp. 1/4"
±0.1 %
2 mm, 6 mm oder 1/4"
Wiring print with screw terminals
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POSITION SENSORS
TRANSMITTERS FOR ANGULAR POSITION
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
PROGRAMMING:
Climatic rating:
Interface:
Standard (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 25 … +75 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 90 % non-condensing
Version with improved climatic rating (Non-Ex):
Temperature – 40 … +75 °C
Rel. humidity ≤ 95 % non-condensing
Explosion protection:
Temperature – 40 … +55 °C at T6
resp. – 40 … +70 °C at T5
resp. – 40 … +75 °C at T4
IP 50 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 50 m/s2 / 10 … 200 Hz
(every 2 h in 3 directions)
IEC 60 068-2-27, ≤500 m/s2
(10 pulses per axis and direction)
Housing protection:
Vibration:
Shock:
Electromagnetic
compatibility:
Serial interface
A PC, the programming cable PK610 plus ancillary
cable and the configuration software 2W2 (see
chapter software and accessories) are required to
program the KINAX 2W2.
DOCUMENTATION
The standards for noise immunity EN 61 000-6-2
and interference emission
EN 61 000-6-4 are observed
Intrinsically safe Ex II 2 G / Ex ia IIC T6 acc. to
EN 60 079-0: 2006 and EN 60 079-11: 2007
Explosion protection:
PAGE 02 - 93
Article No.
Description
168 105
Data sheet
149 965
Operating instructions
1018
Flyer
APPROVALS
Description
Declaration conformity
ATEX approval
Data on explosion protection (type of protection «Intrinsic safety»)
Marking
Order code
760 - 2 …
Instrument
Meas. instrument
Ex ia IIC T6
Ui
Ii
Pi
Ci
Li
=
=
=
=
=
30 V
160 mA
1W
6.6 nF
0
Mounting location of the
instrument
Certificate
Within the hazardous area,
zone 1
ZELM 03 ATEX 0123
BASIC CONFIGURATION
Order code
Mechanical
angle range
Measuring
range
Switching point
Sense of
rotation
Characteristic of
output variable
760 - 1111 100
50°
0 … 50°
55°
Clockwise
linear
760 - 1211 100
350°
0 … 350°
355°
Clockwise
linear
DIMENSIONS
48
11
1.5
12
11
1.5
12
Ø2
120°
7
26.1
–0.008
–0.014
Ø6 g6
7
Ø 40 f7
Ø 20 f7
Ø 40 f7
30 ±0.1
Ø 20 f7
M3
4.5 deep
– 0.004
– 0.012
26.1
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INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
POSITION SENSORS
INCLINATION
TRANSMITTERS
Inclination transmitters unidimensional.
The determination of the exact position of an object
is important when monitoring moving objects. There
is hardly any moving object whose position cannot
be monitored by an inclination transmitter. They
are the allrounders in instrumentation. Applications
cover from the acquisition of the angular position
of crane jibs, the lateral inclination of vehicles, the
orientation of lifting platforms, of weir traps and
similar facilities through to machine monitoring.
Inclination transmitters work like a plummet.
They measure the deviation from the horizontal or
vertical within the reference point provided by the
direction of gravity. In relation to angular position
transmitters, inclination transmitters feature the
advantage of a direct acquisition of inclination
values in which they do not require any mechanical
interconnection with the actuators.
One or two inclination axes are monitored
depending on the application purpose of the object.
For this reason, inclination transmitters are divided
into two types.
One-dimensional inclination transmitters
As the name indicates, a one-dimensional
inclination transmitter can only measure one axis.
Two-dimensional inclination transmitters
Two axes can be measured simultaneously. A
separate measured value is available for both axes.
The base plate must be horizontally aligned, i.e.
parallel to the horizontal plane.
The inclination angle in relation to the surface of the
earth can be measured by different methods.
Oil-damped pendulum system
In this method, a test mass in form of a pendulum
surrounded by oil is changed in its position by
inclination or gravitational acceleration. The angle is
measured by the pendulum swing.
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Liquid level analysis
Microelectromechanical system (MEMS)
In liquid levels, the medium to be measured
always aligns itself vertically in relation to gravity.
Electrodes are arranged parallel to the tilting
axis on the bottom of an electrolyte chamber
filled with conductive liquid. If alternating current
Another measuring method concerns the
microelectromechanic system (MEMS). The design
of the MEMS sensor element is based on a fixed
and a movable electrode in form of two engaging
comb structures (or interdigital structures). An
acceleration in the direction of the measuring axis
moves the mass and changes the capacity values
between the fixed and the moveable electrodes.
This capacity change is processed by the integrated
ASIC and converted into an output signal which can
easily be acquired for measuring purposes.
oil-damped
pendulum system
N
μC
S
axis X
is applied between the two electrodes, a stray
field develops. The stray field is constricted as
tilting of the sensor reduces the liquid level. The
constant conductibility of the electrolyte causes a
resistance change related to the level. If electrodes
are arranged in pairs on the right and left half of
the bottom of the sensor cell in relation to the tilt
axis, the inclination angle can be determined by the
differential measurement principle.
Thermic method
The thermic method uses convection: A gas heated
in a measuring cell always rises. Temperature
sensors are arranged around the measuring cell
which acquire the direction of the generated flow
of heat according to a difference method. The
inclination angle is determined on basis of the
temperature change.
The one-dimensional inclination transmitters
used by Camille Bauer are based on the magnetic
measuring principle with an oil-damped pendulum
system. The instruments are characterised by
numerous special features which predestine them
for heavy-duty operation. The emphasis is always
on quality, reliability and robustness.
COMMON APPLICATIONS
Solar energy plants
• Exact alignment of solar panels and parabolic
mirrors
Throttle valves and slidegates of power plants
• Exact acquisition of weir trap positions
Shipping and offshore plants
• Exact acquisition of the lateral inclination of ships
and offshore plants
• Exact acquisition of the position of a lifting
platform
Crane vehicles, fork-lift trucks and heavy duty
vehicles
• Exact positioning of a crane jib
• Exact acquisition of the lateral inclination of a
vehicle
Dredgers and drilling equipment
• Exact acquisition and positioning of dredger arms
• Exact acquisition of the lateral inclination of a
dredger or drill
POSITION SENSORS
INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
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APPLICATION EXAMPLES
Measurement of transverse inclination of ships
The exact determination and monitoring of the transverse position of a ship on
the high seas is vital. To determine the position exactly, inclination sensors are
mounted on the hull which constantly measure the inclination of the ship.
Cruise liner
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POSITION SENSORS
INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
KINAX N702
Inclination transmitter unidimensional.
The transmitter converts the tilt angle into a direct current signal, proportional to
the angle. Tilt angle values of a platform stand for important measuring data as
a part of the safety and control system of that type of machinery.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust magnetoresistive angular position transmitter, conctact free, freely
rotatable without stops
•
With oil-damped pendulum system
•
The sensor is contact free and has minimal abrasion on the pendulum
•
Measuring range, sense of rotation and zero position programmed directly at
the transmitter
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring princip:
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Current consumption:
Load resistant:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Transient response:
Electrical connection:
Magnetoresistive angular position transmitter,
contact free, freely rotatable
0 … 360°, freely programmable
4 … 20 mA with 3-wire connection
18 … 33 V DC
No protection against wrong polarity
< 80 mA
Max. 600 Ω
±0.2°
14 Bit
By 25° tilts < 1 sec.
Connector M12 x 1, 5 poles
4
Pin assignments
1=0V
2 = +24 V
4 = +20 mA or +10 V
3
1 5 2
DIMENSIONS
MECHANICAL DATA
Pendulum damping:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
PIN CONFIGURATION OF CONNECTOR M12
With silicon oil
Any
Housing: coated aluminium
Approx. 300 g
69
3
66.2
60.1
3
4
60.1
Q 80
10
6
– 30 … +70 °C
Relative humidity max. ≤ 90%, non-condensing
IP 66 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 40 m/s2 / 0 … 100 Hz
54.5
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Vibration:
Ø50 f7
Ø58
Ø59.5
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
27.2
Ø6.4
Ø11
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KINAX N702-CANopen
Inclination transmitter unidimensional.
The transmitter converts the tilt angle into a direct current signal, proportional to
the angle. Tilt angle values of a platform stand for important measuring data as
a part of the safety and control system of that type of machinery.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust magnetoresistive CANopen angular position transmitter, conctact free,
freely rotatable without stops
•
With oil-damped pendulum system
•
The sensor is contact free and has minimal abrasion on the pendulum
•
Pendulum shaft has no mechanical stops and can be 360° infinitely rotated
•
Reduced wiring expenditure
•
Autoconfiguration of the network
•
Comportable access of all instrument parameters
•
Instrument synchronisation, simultaneous data read-in and read
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring range:
Tilt angle:
Measuring output:
Protocole:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Baudrate:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Transient response:
Electrical connection:
Magnetoresistive angular position transmitter, contact
free, freely rotatable
0 … 360°
– 180° … +179.9°
CAN-Bus interface
CANopen
18 … 33 V DC, no protection against wrong polarity
< 80 mA
1 MBit/s
±0,2°
14 Bit
By 25° tilts < 1 sec.
Connector M12 x 1, 5 poles
PIN CONFIGURATION OF CONNECTOR M12
4
1 5 2
60
With silicon oil
Any
Housing: coated aluminium
Approx. 300 g
10
6
54.5
– 30 … +70 °C
Relative humidity max. ≤ 90%, non-condensing
IP 66 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 40 m/s2 / 0 … 100 Hz
Ø66.2
60.1
3
4
Ø50 f7
Ø58
Ø59.5
3
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Vibration:
4 = CAN High
5 = CAN Low
DIMENSIONS
MECHANICAL DATA
Pendulum damping:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
Pin assignments
1 = CAN Shld
2 = +24 V DC
3 = GND
3
60.1
80
Measuring principle:
18.2
Ø6.4
Ø11
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
KINAX N702-SSI
Inclination transmitter unidimensional.
The transmitter converts the tilt angle into a direct current signal, proportional
to the angle. Tilt angle values of a platform stand for important measuring data
as a part of the safety and control system of that type of machinery.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust magnetoresistive angular position transmitter with interface SSI,
contact free, freely rotatable without stops
•
With oil-damped pendulum system
•
The sensor is contact free and has minimal abrasion on the pendulum
•
Measuring range, sense of rotation, zero position and measuring span
programmed directly at the transmitter
TECHNICAL DATA
PIN CONFIGURATION OF CONNECTOR M12
6 5
4
7 8
1 2 3
Pin
Cable colour Signals
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
White
Brown
Green
Yellow
Grey
Pink
Blue
Red
Screening
Operating voltage
Operating voltage
Clocking line
Clocking line
Data line
Data line
Not used
Not used
Housing
MECHANCAL DATA
Pendulum damping:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
With silicon oil
Any
Housing: coated aluminium
Approx. 300 g
DIMENSIONS
69
3
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Ø50 f7
Ø58
Ø59.5
– 30 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity max. ≤ 90%, non-condensing
IP 66 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 40 m/s2 / 0 … 100 Hz
66.2
60.1
3
4
10
6
54.5
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Vibration:
0V
+Vs
Clock +
Clock –
Data +
Data –
open
open
60.1
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Transient response:
Electrical connection:
Max. clock rate:
Magnetoresistive angular position transmitter, contact
free, freely rotatable
0 … 360°, freely programmable
SSI binary code
9 … 33 V DC, no protection against wrong polarity
< 100 mA
±0.2°
14 Bit
By 25° tilts < 1 sec.
Connector M12 x 1, 8 poles
1 MHz
Q 80
Measuring principe:
27.2
Ø6.4
Ø11
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KINAX N702-INOX
Inclination transmitter unidimensional.
The transmitter converts the tilt angle into a direct current signal, proportional
to the angle. Tilt angle values of a platform stand for important measuring data
as a part of the safety and control system of that type of machinery.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Robust inclination transmitter suitable for eld applications
•
Hermetically sealed stainless-steel INOX AiSi 316Ti (1.4571) housing with a
protection class of IP68 and IP69K
•
Resistant to aggressive media such as sea water and detergent
•
Steadfast to high mechanical loads
•
Free parameterization via control line
TECHNICAL DATA
N
S
White (wt)
Brown (br)
Green (gn)
Yellow (ye)
μC
PSU
+
wt
-
br
Load resistor
4…20mA
gn
=
=
=
=
+24V
4…20 mA
100%
0%
ye
0%
Measuring range:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Basic accuracy:
Resolution:
Transient response:
Magnetic, one-dimensional inclination transmitter
with hall sensor and oil-damped pendulum system,
hermetically sealed, contact free, freely rotatable
without stops
Programmable between 0 … 360°
8 … 33 VDC
<22 mA
< ±0.2° (at +25 °C)
12 Bit
By 25° tilts <1 sec.
100%
Measuring principe:
8…33V DC
MECHANICAL DATA
Pendulum damping:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
By oil filling
Perpendicular to the measurement object
Stainless-steel INOX AiSi 316Ti (1.4571)
Approx. 1.1 kg
DIMENSIONS
72
62
Tk-Ø85 (4x90°)
80
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
90°
C
C
C-C
11
Ø6.4
6
Vibration:
–30 … +70 °C
Rel. humidity ≤100 %
IP 68 according to EN 60 529
IP 69K according to EN 40 050-9
300 m/s2 / 18 ms according to EN 60 068-2-27
46.6
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Ø11
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POSITION SENSORS
INCLINATION TRANSMITTERS
KINAX N702-INOX HART
Inclination transmitter unidimensional.
The KINAX N702-INOX HART is a very robust, absolute inclination transmitter.
It is particularly suited for harsh environments due to it is high mechanical
strength and the hermetically sealed stainless steel housing.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Hermetic watertight and dust-proof housing IP68
•
Resistant to aggressive media such as sea waterand detergent
•
Stainless-steel housing INOX AiSi 316Ti (1.4571)
•
High measuring accuracy (±0.2°)
•
Steadfast to high mechanical loads due to robust design and high-quality
materials
•
Safe electrical connection by flexible signal line
•
Standard synchro flange or mounting plate
•
2-wire connection via flexible signal line
•
HART compatible
•
Simple parameterization via standard Common Practice Commands without
additional DD
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring principe:
Measuring range:
Measuring output:
Power supply:
Power consumption:
Accuracy:
Resolution:
Transient response:
Electrical connection:
Max. clock rate:
Magnetoresistive angular position transmitter,
contact free, freely rotatable
0 … 360°, free programmable
SSI binary code
9 … 33 V DC, no protection against wrong polarity
<100 mA
±0.2°
14 Bit
by 25° tilts <1 sec.
Connector M12 x 1, 8 poles
1 MHz
MECHANICAL DATA
Pendulum damping:
Mounting position:
Material:
Weight:
With silicon oil
Any
Housing: coated aluminium
Approx. 300 g
N
S
White (wt) = +24V
Brown (br) = 4…20 mA
μC
PSU
+
wt
HART
-
br
Load resistor
4…20mA
8…33V DC
DIMENSIONS
72
62
Tk-Ø85 (4x90°)
80
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
90°
–30 … +70 °C
max. rel. humidity ≤90%, non-condensing
IP 66 according to EN 60 529
IEC 60 068-2-6, 40 m/s2 / 0 … 100 Hz
46.6
Temperature range:
Humidity:
Housing protection:
Vibration:
C
C
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Cable diameter:
5.9 mm
Conductor cross-section: 2 x 0.34 mm2
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C-C
11
Ø6.4
6
The inclination sensor is connected via a highly exible, shielded signal line with
2 strands and PUR steath. The same is preassembled at the factory, included in
the delivery and available in different lenghts.
Ø11
POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
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ACCESSORIES
Accessories for transmitters for angular
position and inclination transmitters.
PROGRAMMING AND ADDITIONAL CABLES
serve programming of the instruments in connection with the respective
configuration software and using a PC.
MAIN FEATURES
•
Programming operation with or without power supply connection
•
Programming of transmitters in standard and Ex version
•
Safe galvanic isolation of instrument and PC
137 887
141 440
Article No.
Description
2W2
WT717
137 887
Programming cable PK610 (Ex)
▪
▪
141 440
Additional cable
▪
▪
PLUG CONNECTOR
MAIN FEATURES
•
Straight, field-wired plug
•
For simple on-site assembly without soldering
TECHNICAL DATA
Plug connector serie 713 (M12 x 1)
Article No.
168 105
Number of poles
168 113
5
8
Locking
M12 x 1
Cable diameter max.
4 … 6 mm
Connection mode
Screws
max. 0.75 mm2
Connection cross section
Mechanical useful life
>500 plugging cycles
Protection
IP 67
Temperature range
– 40° … +85°
Rated voltage
125 V
60 V
Rated surge voltage
1500 V
800 V
Rated current (40 °C)
4A
Contact pins
2A
CuZn (Brass)
Contact sleeve
CuSn (Bronze)
Plug body
PA 66 (UL 94 HB)
Sleeve body
PA 66 (UL 94 HB)
Housing cable plug
PBT (UL 94 V-0)
„ 20
Dimensions
M12 x 1
~54
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
ADAPTER SLEEVE
Serve to reduce the shaft diameter for the KINAX HW730.
Article No.
Description
Diameter d
168 874
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
10 mm/H8
168 882
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
12 mm/H8
168 907
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
16 mm/H8
171 976
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
18 mm/H8
168 915
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
20 mm/H8
171 984
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
1/2" (12.7 mm)
171 992
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
5/8" (15.875 mm)
172 007
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
3/4" (19.05 mm)
172 015
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
7/8" (22.225 mm)
172 023
Adapter sleeve KINAX HW730
1" (25.4 mm)
KIT OF TORQUE SUPPORT
Are used for mounting and resistance against rotation of the KINAX HW730.
Article No.
Description
169 749
Torque of support set KINAX HW730
(Bracket, pin, screws)
KIT MOUNTING CLAMP
B
168 353
157 364
A
12
0°
At least three mounting clamps are required to mount angular position
transmitters and inclination sensors. The M4 screws are not included in the scope
of delivery.
168 387
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Article No. Description
A
B
157 364
Kit mounting clamp for KINAX WT720
68
50 F8
168 353
Kit mounting clamp for KINAX N702,
N702-CANopen and N702-SSI
168 387
Kit mounting clamp for KINAX 2W2 and 3W2
172 627
Kit mounting clamp for KINAX N7xx-INOX
66.2 50 F8
65
40 F8
66.2 50 F8
POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
PAGE 02 - 103
MOUNTING ANGLE
Simple mounting option of angular position transmitters using synchroflange.
Additional three clamping brackets are required to mount the transmitter on the
angle (see mounting clamp kit).
80
80
68
50 F8
M4
40
40
120°
5
’ 6.5
22.5
60
Article No.
Description
168 204
Mounting angle for KINAX WT720
MOUNTING PLATE
60.1
80
50
F8
M4
To fasten angular position transmitters for robust applications, dia. 58 mm and
inclination sensors. Additional three clamping brackets are required to mount
the transmitter on the angle (see mounting clamp kit).
∅ 11
∅ 6.4
A
60.1
80
6
10
Article No.
Description
A
168 212
Mounting plate for KINAX WT720
68
168 379
Mounting plate for KINAX N702, N702CANopen and N702-SSI
66.2
172 619
Mounting plate for KINAX N702-INOX
66.2
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
MOUNTING FOOT
To fasten angular position transmitters for robust applications, dia. > 100 mm.
102
15
60$
8
62 H
1
56
Ø9
90 ±0.2
36
114
71 ±0.2
119
Article No.
Description
997 182
Mounting foot for KINAX WT720/WT707/WT717
MOUNTING FLANGE
To fasten angular position transmitters for robust applications, dia. > 100 mm.
55°
15.5
H8
130 ±0.2
11.5
Ø 110 f7
62
Ø 102
9.5
3.5
160
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Article No.
Description
997 190
Mounting flange for KINAX WT720/WT707/WT717
POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
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BELLOW COUPLING
MAIN FEATURES
BKXK1624
•
Backlash-free transmission with angular synchronism
•
Optimum compensation of misalignments
•
Very high torsion spring stiffness, small retractive force
•
Vibration-damping
•
Special steel bellow and threaded hubs
TECHNICAL DATA
Unit
BKXK2429
BKXK3030
BKXK1624
BKXK2429
BKXK3030
BKXK4048
-1
Max. speed
min
10 000
10 000
10 000
5 000
Torque max.
Ncm
40
80
200
10
Max. shaft misalignm. radial
mm
±0.25
±0.25
±0.3
±0.3
Max. shaft misalignm. axial
mm
±0.45
±0.4
±0.4
±0.5
Max. shaft misalignm.
angular
Grad
±4
±4
±4
±1.5
Torsion spring stiffness
Nm/rad
85
150
250
350
Radial spring stiffness
N/mm
20
25
80
150
Moment of inertia
gcm
2
2.2
15
37
316
Max. torque screws
Ncm
50
100
100
500
Temperature range
°C
Weight
g
– 30...+120 – 30...+120
6.5
– 30...+120 – 30...+120
17
31
Material flange
aluminium anodized
Material bellow
stainless-steel
92
ODERDERING DATA
„ d1 H8
„ d2 H8
Description
BKXK1624
16
24 ±1
Article No.
d1
d2
164 715
2
2
164 723
2
4
164 731
2
6
164 757
6
6
164 765
6
8
164 773
6
10
164 781
6
12
164 799
10
8
164 806
10
10
164 814
10
12
164 822
10
14
164 830
10
16
169 690
19
16
169 707
19
18
169 715
19
19
169 723
19
20
169 731
19
22
„ d1 H8
BKXK2429
29 +1
24
BKXK3030
30
„ d2 H8
„ d1 H8
ORDERING DATA
30 ±1
ORDERING DATA
BKXK4048
40
∅ d2 H8
∅ d1 H8
BKXK4048
„ d2 H8
ORDERING DATA
48 ±1
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
PAGE 02 - 106
POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
HELICAL AND CROSS-SLOTTED COUPLING
MAIN FEATURES
WKAK1625
•
Backlash-free transmission with angular synchronism
•
Optimum compensation of misalignments
•
Very high torsion spring stiffness, small retractive force
•
Vibration-damping
•
No moving parts
•
Manufactured from one piece with clamping hub for shaft connection without damage
TECHNICAL DATA
Unit
WKAK2532
WKAK1625
-1
WKAK2532
SKAK4048
Max. speed
min
6000
6000
5000
Torque max.
Ncm
60
100
1500
Max. shaft misalignm. radial
mm
±0.2
±0.35
±0.3
Max. shaft misalignm. axial
mm
±0.3
±0.5
±0.3
Max. shaft misalignm. angular
Grad
±3.5
±4
±1
Torsion spring stiffness
Nm/rad
5.5
16
335
Radial spring stiffness
N/mm
30
45
230
3.8
29
245
2
Moment of intertia
gcm
Max. torque screws
Ncm
50
100
500
Temperature range
°C
– 30...+150
– 30...+150
– 30...+120
Weight approx.
g
10
34
100
Material flange
aluminium anodized
SKAK4048
ORDERING DATA
„ d1 H8
„ d2 H8
Description
WKAK1625
16
25
Article No.
d1
d2
164 848
2
2
164 856
2
4
164 864
2
6
Article No.
d1
d2
164 872
6
6
164 880
6
8
164 898
6
10
164 905
6
12
164 913
10
8
164 921
10
10
164 939
10
12
ORDERING DATA
„ d1 H8
„ d1 H8
Description
WKAK2532
25
32
ORDERING DATA
Article No.
SKAK4048
40 – 00,3
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∅ d2 H8
∅ d1 H8
Description
48 +0,3
0
d1
d2
164 947
19
16
164 955
19
18
164 963
19
19
164 971
19
20
164 989
19
22
POSITION SENSORS
ACCESSORIES
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SPRING WASHER COUPLING
MAIN FEATURES
FSKK3027
•
Backlash-free transmission with angular synchronism
•
Optimum compensation of misalignments
•
Very high torsion spring stiffness, middle retractive force
•
Vibration-damping
•
Electrically isolating, pluggable (only FSKK 3027)
TECHNICAL DATA
Unit
FSXK3850
min-1
Torque max.
Ncm
60
200
Max. shaft misalignm. radial
mm
±0.3
±0.8
Max. shaft misalignm. axial
mm
±0.4
±0.8
Max. shaft misalignm. angular
12000
8000
Grad
±2.5
±2.5
Torsion spring stiffness
Nm/rad
30
250
Radial spring stiffness
N/mm
40
12
Moment of intertia
gcm2
37
106
Max. torque screws
Ncm
80
100
Temperature range
°C
– 10...+80
– 30...+120
Weight
g
32
63
Material flange
Aluminium eloxiert
Material diaphragm
Polyamid 6.6
Edelstahl
ORDERING DATA
„ d1 H8
„ d2 H8
Description
FSKK3027
30
27
Article No.
d1
d2
164 997
6
6
165 002
6
10
165 010
10
10
165 028
10
12
165 036
12
12
ORDERING DATA
„ d2 H8
Description
„ d1 H8
FSXK3850
FSKK3027
Max. speed
FSXK3850
38
50
Article No.
d1
d2
165 044
6
6
165 052
10
10
165 060
10
12
165 078
12
12
165 086
12
14
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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POSITION SENSORS
BASICS
IMPORTANT DRIVE SYSTEM VARIABLES
Every electrical machine must be designed for a
certain mode of operation which is determined by
the designated use of the machine. For example,
a motor which continually starts and stops must
be designed larger than a motor running with
a constant load. In turn, a motor in temporary
operation can be designed smaller. The mode of
operation must be defined in order not to overload
the motor. EN60 034-1 differentiates between the
following modes of operation.
OPERATING RATIO FB
The operating ratio of a machine results from the impact factor, the average operating time/day and the
average number of switching operations/hour. The impact factor results from the mass acceleration factor
of the machine.
FJ =
Jred
MNUTZ = fB · Mmax
Jmot
Switching per hour
Impact factor
Oper. time
hoour/day
FJ
M
100 … 200
> 200
I - uniform
0 ... 0,2
<8
0.8
1.0
1.2
1.3
8 ... 16
1.0
1.2
1.3
1.4
16 ... 24
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
<8
1.1
1.3
1.4
1.5
8 ... 16
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.7
16 ... 24
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
<8
1.4
1.6
1.7
1.8
8 ... 16
1.6
1.7
1.8
2.0
16 ... 24
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
t
P
t
TEMPORARY OPERATION S2
Operation with a constant
load not sufficient in duration for
the drive to reach the thermic
balance.
10 … 100
Operating ratio fB
CONTINUOUS OPERATION S1
Operation with a constant
load sufficient in duration for the
to reach the thermic balance.
This corresponds to the
nominal operation.
< 10
II - moderate
impacts
0,2 ... 3
M
t
P
III - strong
impacts
3 ... 10
t
TEMPORARY OPERATION S3
Operation composed of
a succession of the same
cycles of which each one
comprises a time with constant
load and an idle time with
zero-current windings.
M
Type of load
Imp. factor
Examples of load types of gears and gear motors
I
Uniform
Light conveyor screws, fans, assembly belts, light conveyor belts, small
agitators, cleaning machines, filling machines
II
Moderate
impacts
Hoists, medium-sized agitators and mixers, heavy conveyor belts, sliding
gates, wood processing machines, gear pumps
III
Strong
impacts
Heavy mixers, shearing machines, presses, centrifuges, punches, stone
crushers, vibrators, breakers, rolling mills, bucket conveyors
t
P
t
Gear or reduction ration [-]
i=
x1
x2
Performance [W]
stroke motion
Circumference [mm]
P=
U=d·π
Torque [Nm]
M=F·r
Legend
m·g·v
η
Translation
M=
9,55 · P
n
Gear torque [Nm]
P = FR · v =
FR · s
Rotation
Mgear = Mmotor · i · η
M · 2πn
P= M·ω=
60
Work (energy) [Nm = Ws = Joule]
W=F·s=m·g·s
FR = μ · m · g
t
W=
J · n2
182,5
=
M·n
9,55
Acceleration or deceleration time [s]
Stroke motion
ta =
J·n
9,55 · Ma
Accelaration or deceleration time [1/min]
ngear =
nmotor
i
F
r
P
n
s
m
n
g
J
FR
v
η
μ
M
ω
Ma
Mgear
Mmax
MNUTZ
i
U
d
fB
FJ
Jred
Jmot
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Force [N]
Moment arm (radius) [m]
Performance [W]
Speed [1/min]
Distance [m]
Mass [Kg]
Speed [1/min]
Gravity acceleration (9.81) [m/s2]
Moment of interia [kgm2]
Force [N]
Velocity [m/s]
Efficiency in decimal fraction
Friction coefficient
Torque [Nm]
Angular velocity
Acceleration 7 deceleration torque [Nm]
Gearbox output axis [Nm]
Perwithted maximum torque
Effective torque
Gearbox reduction
Circumference [mm]
Shaft diameter [mm]
Operating ration
Mass acceleration factor
All external mass moments of inertia
reduced to the motor
Mass moment of inertia of the motors
POSITION SENSORS
BASICS
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SELECTION CRITERIA FOR SHAFT COUPLINGS
Manufacturing and assembling tolerances as well
as bearing backlash, temperature influences and
wearout of shaft bearings cause misalignments
between shafts in drive systems and lead to
considerable stress on bearings. Consequently,
increased wear and significantly shorter runtimes
of machines or plants occur. Shaft couplings can
compensate these misalignments and reduce the
stress on bearings to a minimum.
Three different misalignments occur:
Radial, lateral or parallel misalignment
The converstion of “rad“ (360° = 2 · · rad) into the
more common “degree” unit is thus unavoidable.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Check shafts for misalignment.
2. Align couplings on the shafts.
3. Fasten tightening screws/clamping bolts
carefully. Avoid excessive fastening.
4. Protect the coupling against damage and
excessive bending during assembly.
If, for example, 200 Nm/rad are to be converted
into a “degree value” in the denominator, proceed
as follows:
200 Nm/rad =
SELECTION:
In the selection of the correct coupling, the torsion
spring stiffness (Ct) of the coupling is decisive. To
calculate the torsional angle, the coupling torque
must be known. The same results from:
Mk = Mmax · K · JK
The transfer error by elastic deformation of the
flexible part results from:
fi = (180 / ) · (Mk / Ct)
Axial or longitudinal misalignment
While in backlash-free, torsionally rigid but
resiliently flexible shaft couplings axial shaft shifting
generates static forces only in the coupling, radial
and angular shifting results in alternating stress,
retractive forces and torques which can strain
the adjacent components, primarily the shaft
bearings. Depending on the type of coupling,
special attention has to be paid to radial shaft
shifting, which must be kept as small as possible.
Further useful properties of shaft couplings are the
mechanical, thermic and - in some designs - also
electric decoupling of the shaft encoder of the
drive or machine. To avoid natural resonance and
thus the tendency of vibration of the control loop
in which the shaft coupling is located, the torsion
spring stiffness should be sufficient. Depending on
the design principle of the coupling, an increasing
torsion spring stiffness unfortunately also causes
increased retractive forces. These intensify, as
stated above, the bearing load. In principle, this is
applicable to the selection of a shaft coupling:
The torsion spring stiffness must be as high
as required and the retractive forces as low as
possible.
The unit of the torsion spring stiffness (Ct) of shaft
couplings is stated physically correct as [Nm/rad].
In small couplings, this unit is frequently also stated
in fractions (e.g. [Ncm/rad]). Some providers also
refer to “degree” (full circle amounts to 360°) in the
denominator.
To get an impression how elastic a shaft coupling
is in the direction rotation or how much this
coupling twists as a rotatory force bears on it, many
mechanics find the “degree” unit more helpful.
[1rad = 360°]
rad
2π
Insertion leads to the torsion spring stiffness related
to angle degrees:
200 Nm/rad =
Angular misalignment
200 Nm
200 Nm · 2 π
360°
= 3.49 Nm/°
It should be stated that this value [Nm/rad] is
extrapolated to the standardised unit, for if a
torsionally stiff, resiliently flexible coupling were
twisted by an angle of 1 rad (1 rad = 360/2=
57.296°), it would be destroyed.
Legend:
fi =
Torsional angle in degrees
Ct =
Torsion spring stiffness in Nm/rad
Mk = Coupling torque in Nm
Mmax = Acceleration torque of the drive
K=
Load factor (2...3)
JK =
Moment of inertia in kgm2
Questions concerning the selection of couplings
▪ Which shaft diameters must be connected and which installation space is available for the couplings?
▪ Is the frictional connection between the encoder shaft and the coupling hub to be achieved via a screw
or clamp connection?
▪ Which is the maximum speed the coupling must be able to transfer?
▪ Which torque acts on the coupling?
- Starting torque = break-away torque
- Starting torque = break-away torque
- Acceleration value of the drive
▪ Which maximum lateral, angular and axial misalignment must be offset?
▪ To which climatic conditions is the coupling exposed?
- Temperature, moisture, aggressive media, pressure, vacuum
▪ Is electric insulation required?
▪ Is the torsional stiffness sufficient for the application?
- Resolution of the encoder
- Exact positioning
▪ Is the coupling in harmony with the control time constant of the control loop?
▪ Is the coupling available as a serial product also for later replacements at short notice?
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Rising prices for power, gas and water dominate the media. The ZEW
energy market barometer reports that 79% of surveyed experts expect
a further rise within the next 5 years. Those who have not considered
the subject of energy costs, should do this immediately and reduce both
the used energy and power supply in a sustaining manner.
Leading institutes and energy consultants see savings potentials of
20%. Experience shows that only the responsible handling of the
precious resources or minor investments can achieve savings of 5-10%.
Committed companies increase their income in this way, improve their
competitiveness and make a valuable contribution to the environment
by a CO2 reduction and protection of fossil resources.
Already prior to the involvement of companies and politics in energy
management, we, being pioneers in the area of modern energy data
acquisition, started the development of the Energy Control System (ECS)
which is wide-spread today.
We offer the SMARTCOLLECT software for universal data management
with an intuitive operating structure and high-performance extension
modules providing a flexible, cost-effective and rapidly implementable
solution, particularly for first-time users.
In combination with our instruments, data collectors and meters, a
high-performance spectrum is available for individual applications and
solutions.
CONTENT
CHAPTER - PAGE
03 - 111
03 - 112
03 - 120
03 - 125
03 - 126
03 - 129
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
Overview
Energy meters
Summation stations
Load management/ load optimisation
Current transformers
Energy management software
03
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
The energy meters may be used
universally for the acquisition and
billing of electrical energy in trade,
household, industry and building
engineering. Data may easily
be forwarded to higher-ranking
acquisition systems via optional
interfaces.
All of the meters are supplied with
initial MID calibration and thus
approved for billing purposes.
SUMMATION STATIONS
The summators of the energy
control system collect the meter
data via different interfaces, save
the same and evaluate it via
internal calculation channels.
LOAD MANAGEMENT
LOAD OPTIMISATION
OVERVIEW
PAGE 03 - 111
ENERGYMID
EM228x / EM238x
Page 01 - 112
ENERGYMETER
U128x / U138x
Page 01 - 115
COMPACT LINE
U18xA / U18xB
Page 01 - 118
SMARTCONTROL
Page 03 - 122
SMARTLOGGER
Page 03 - 124
U1500
Page 03 - 125
Avoid expensive power peaks by
using the U1500 load optimising
system – flexibly and perfectly
tailored to your system. CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
Easy and fast transforming of high
alternating currents into safe and
measurable currents.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE
SC
Page 03 - 126
ASK
Page 03 - 127
EMC 5.X
Page 03 - 129
SMARTCOLLECT
Page 03 - 130
WSK
Page 03 - 128
Measured data acquisition, data
analysis, energy monitoring
and automatic reporting – easy
handling, flexibly extendible.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
PAGE 03 - 112
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
ENERGY METERS
Configuration
DESCRIPTION
2-wire system
3-wire system
4-wire system
Input voltage
100 … 110 V
230 V
400 V
500 V
Approval
MID
MID + calibration certificate
Multifunctional variant / display
Without
With U, I, P, Q, S, PF, f, THD, IN
With reactive energy
With U, I, P, Q, S, PF, f, THD, IN and reactive energy
Pulse output (double)
Without (only with bus connection)
S0 standard, 1000 pulse / kWh, calibrated 1)
S0 programmable 1)
230 V standard, 1000 pulse / kWh, calibrated 1)
230 V programmable 1)
S0 130 ms, 1000 pulse / kWh, calibratable 1)
S0 130 ms, 1000 pulse / kWh, calibratable 1)
S0 customised, calibrated 1)
Bus connection
Without (only with pulse output)
LON
M-bus
Modbus TCP / BACnet
Modbus RTU
Transformer conditions
CT=VT=1; main display secondarily calibrated
CT, VT programmable (CTxVT ≤ 100’000); auxiliary display secondarily calibrated
CT, VT firmly set; main display primarily calibrated
Load profile
With load profile (only with bus connection)
1)
2)
Transformer connection 1 (6) A
Direct connection 5 (80) A
U2381
U2281 2)
U2387
U2289 2)
U2389
U3
U3
U6
U7
U6
P0
P9
P0
P9
P0
P9
P0
P9
P0
P9
M0
M1
M2
M3
M0
M1
M2
M3
M0
M1
M2
M3
M0
M1
M2
M3
M0
M1
M2
M3
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V7
V8
V9
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V7
V8
V9
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V7
V8
V9
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V7
V0
V1
V2
V3
V4
V7
W0
W1
W2
W4
W7
W0
W1
W2
W4
W7
W0
W1
W2
W4
W7
W0
W1
W2
W4
W7
W0
W1
W2
W4
W7
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q0
Q1
Q2
Q0
Q1
Q2
Z1
Z1
Z1
Z1
Z1
U5
U5
U6
In transformer meters U238x with Q9, the pulse rate is issued in relation to the primary side.
Available in 2017
Extensive Initial Calibration at the Factory
The meters comply with the MID directive which is valid throughout Europe and
in Switzerland, and are shipped with initial factory calibration. They can be used
immediately for billing purposes. Lead-times and costs are reduced as a result.
Conformity assessment is conducted in accordance with modules B and D, and
a declaration of conformity is included in the operating instructions.
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Meter and calibration from the same
source
Gossen Metrawatt has a state registered
test office for electric instruments and is
authorized to recalibrate energy meters
for the German market.
Calibration
mark
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
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ENERGYMID EM2281, EM2289, EM2381, EM2387, EM2389
Multifunctional energy meters for 2-, 3-, 4-wire system with 5 (80)A direct or 1 (6)A transformer connection (also contains 5 (6)A).
U2281, U2381
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
HIGHER FLEXIBILITY – perfectly adapted to your measuring task
5 (80) A direct or 1 (6) A transformer connection
Multifunctional variant – up to 33 further measured values, e.g. reactive power, apparent power,
power factor or frequency
• Measurement of energy supply and energy delivery due to 4 quadrant measurement
• Cost-effective mains monitoring by THD acquisition for current and voltage as well as neutral
conductor current IN
• Optionally integrated load profile with 96 registration periods/day, 60 days with event logger (e.g.
overvoltage or change of CT/VT values)
• 8 tariff inputs adaptable to future tariff structure in the energy market: 4 tariffs (hardware-controlled
as standard) with bus additional 4 tariffs (software-controlled)
•
•
2-wire system
ADDITIONAL SPACE AVAILABLE – for even more functions in the distributor/control cabinet
More distributor space due to ultra-compact design with only 4 HP (72mm) space requirement
Integrated interface to connect to acquisition and optimising systems
• Protection against contamination due to optimised housing
• Integrated illuminated display to read parameters and settings
• Protection against manipulation by sealable cover and parameter lock
•
U2387
•
RAPID INSTALLATION – for correct installation and immediate availability
Faster installation due to fault detection with colour change on the display
Easy fault detection by installation parameter monitoring, e.g. phase sequence or reverse polarity of
transformers
• Fast integration and programming using sophisticated software tools
• Varied fast assembly in any mounting position on 35 mm top hat rail
•
•
3-wire system
HIGHER COST-EFFECTIVENESS – low purchase costs, quality »made in Germany»
Low purchase costs due to completely new design and optimised production
Immediately available for billing purposes due to first calibration according to MID ex factory
• Extremely long serviceable life due to the design with assemblies of the highest quality
• Produced in Germany according to the strictest quality criteria
• Warranty 3 years
•
•
U2289, U2389
PERFECT INTEGRATION – for fast communication with the most varied systems
Flexible communication and remote readout via integrated interface
Versatile connection via LON, M-bus, Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP or BACnet
• Integrated web server (Modbus TCP variant)
• Software tools for fast integration and parameterising
•
•
APPLICATION
4-wire system
The calibrated energy meter may be used to acquire and bill active energy in industry, household,
trade and building engineering. The values are transferred to acquisition, billing and optimising
systems as well as building automation and control systems via a pulse output or bus interfaces.
The installation is absolutely easy because the meter recognises connection errors and indicates the
same immediately. If more of the mains parameters are required, the functionality can be adapted to
the measuring task in a flexible manner.
ETHERNET
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
TECHNICAL DATA
Measuring input:
Mains:
Measured variables:
Display:
S0 output (double):
Interface:
Accuracy:
Approval:
Assembly:
Nominal voltage 100V … 500V
Nominal frequency 50 Hz
Direct: Nominal current 5(80)A
Transformer: Nominal current 1(6)A (also contains 5 (6)A)
2-conductor alternating current, 3-conductor or 4-conductor rotary current
Active energy (supply and delivery), reactive energy optional, star and delta
voltage, current per phase, N-conductor current IN, active, reactive, apparent
power, power factor, frequency, effective value of distortion THD U/I
LCD with 8-digit main display and auxiliary displays with LED illumination
Pulse output according to EN 62053-31
Optional LON, M-bus, Modbus TCP, BACnet or Modbus RTU
Active energy Class B according to DIN EN 50470-3
Reactive energy Class 2 according to DIN EN 62053-23
EU Directive 2004/22/EG for measuring instruments (MID)
DIN rails according to EN 50 022
PREFERRED TYPES
With MID approval and first calibration available on stock (* available in 2017)
Direct connection 5 (80) A, Class B, MID for
4-wire system, 3x 230 / 400 V
Characteristic
Standard (M0)
Multifunctional
variant (M1)
S0 pulse rate programmable
V2, P0, U6
U2289-V012 * U2289-V022 *
LON
W1, P0, U6
U2289-V013 * U2289-V023 *
M-Bus
W2, P0, U6
U2289-V014 * U2289-V024 *
Modbus TCP / BACnet
W4, P0, U6
U2289-V017 * U2289-V027 *
Modbus RTU
W7, P0, U6
U2289-V018 * U2289-V028 *
Transformer connection 5 (6) A and 1 (6) A,
Class B, MID for 3-wire system, 3x 230 /
400 V, CT / VT programmable
Characteristic
Standard (M0)
Multifunctional
variant (M1)
S0 pulse rate programmable
V2, P0, U6, Q1
U2387-V012
U2387-V022
Transformer connection 5 (6) A and 1 (6) A,
Class B, MID for 4-wire system, 3x 230 /
400 V, CT / VT programmable
Characteristic
Standard (M0)
Multifunctional
variant (M1)
S0 pulse rate programmable
V2, P0, U6, Q1
U2389-V011
U2389-V021
LON
W1, P0, U6, Q1 U2389-V015
U2389-V025
M-Bus
W2, P0, U6, Q1 U2389-V016
U2389-V026
Modbus TCP / BACnet
W4, P0, U6, Q1 U2389-V017
U2389-V027
Modbus RTU
W7, P0, U6, Q1 U2389-V018
U2389-V028
ACCESSORIES
Installation set for door mounting U270B
Cable type current transformer SC 30, SC 40, SC 50 see page 03 - 126
Bushing type current transformer ASK 31.3, ASK 63.4, ASK 412.4, see page 03 - 127
Wound type current transformer WSK 30, WSK 40, WSK 70.6, see page 03 - 128
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ENERGY METERS
Description
Active energy meter for 2-wire system, direct, class 1 (resp. B)
Active energy meter for 4-wire system, direct, any load, Class 1 (resp. B)
Active energy meter for 2-wire system, Transformer, Class 1 (resp. B)
Active energy meter for 3-wire system, Transformer, any load, Class 1 (resp. B)
Active energy meter for 4-wire system, Transformer, any load, Class 1 (resp. B)
System frequency
External auxiliary voltage 24 V DC
Multifunctional design
Rated value of input voltage Ur
Approvals
Pulse output
can be calibrated,
1000 pulses/kWh
Rate programmable
Switching output up to 230 V, 1000 pulses/kWh, can be calibrated
(not possible with Feature H1)
Switching output up to 230 V, rate programmable (not possible with Feature H1)
can be calibrated,
100 pulses/kWh
can be calibrated,
1000 pulses/kWh
can be calibrated,
2000, 5000, 10 000 pulses/kWh
Bus connection
Transformer ratios
Current/voltage fixed, main display can be calibrated
Current/voltage programmable, secondary display can be calibrated
Current/voltage fixed,
main display can be calibrated CT=1…10000, VT=1…1000, CTxVT ≤ 1 million
Extensive Initial Calibration at the Factory
The meters comply with the MID directive which
is valid throughout Europe and in Switzerland, and
are shipped with initial factory calibration. They can
be used immediately for billing purposes. Leadtimes and costs are reduced as a result. Conformity
assessment is conducted in accordance with
modules B and D, and a declaration of conformity is
included in the operating instructions.
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U1281
U1289
U1381
U1387
50 Hz
without
with
without
with
without + reactive energy
with + reactive energy
100 – 110 V
230 V
400 V
500 V
MID
MID + calibration certificate
F0
H0
H1
M0
M1
M2
M3
–
U5
–
–
P8
P9
F0
H0
H1
M0
M1
M2
M3
–
–
U6
–
P8
P9
F0
H0
H1
M0
M1
M2
M3
–
U5
–
–
P8
P9
F0
H0
H1
M0
M1
M2
M3
U3
–
U6
U7
P8
P9
U1389
F0
H0
H1
M0
M1
M2
M3
U3
–
U6
–
P8
P9
S0 standard
S0 programmable
Pulse 230 V standard
V1
V2
V3
V1
V2
V3
V1
V2
V3
V1
V2
V3
V1
V2
V3
Pulse 230 V programmable
S0 130 ms, 100 Imp./kWh
S0 130 ms, 1000 Imp./kWh
S0 customized
without
LON
M-Bus
L-Bus
V4
V7
–
–
W0
W1
W2
W3
V4
V7
–
–
W0
W1
W2
W3
V4
V7
V8
V9
W0
W1
W2
W3
V4
V7
V8
V9
W0
W1
W2
W3
V4
V7
V8
V9
W0
W1
W2
W3
–
–
–
–
–
–
Q0
Q1
Q9
Q0
Q1
Q9
Q0
Q1
Q9
CT=VT=1
CT, VT programmable
CT, VT fixed
Meter and calibration from the same source
Gossen Metrawatt has a state registered test
office for electric instruments and is authorized
to recalibrate energy meters for the German
market.
Calibration mark
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY METERS
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
U1281, U1381, U1387, U1289, U1389
Electronic active energy meters with power display.
Acquisition of active energy in 4-wire three-phase systems according to DIN EN 50470-3.
U1281, U1381
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Precise active energy measurement class B per DIN EN 50470-3
Reactive energy class 2 per DIN EN 62053-23
• Cost savings thanks to initial calibration at the factory, in accordance with MID,
conformity evaluation procedure module B+D
• Display of instantaneous power
• Extendable for additional system measurement variables
• Direct connection 5(65) A, without additional current transformers
• Transformer connection 5//1 A
• Transformer ratios can be set and calibrated
• Variant for 60 Hz system frequency available
• Display of installation errors without additional measuring equipment
• Pulse output S0 or 230 V
• Adjustable pulse rate and pulse duration
• Compact design requires little space
• Optional LON, M-bus, L-bus interface
• Optional reading while electrical circuit is switched off
•
Alternating current, 2-wire system
U1387
APPLICATION
The energy meters may be universally used for the acquisition and billing of electrical energy in
trade, household, industry and building management applications. Momentary circuit loads can be
evaluated at any time using the additional instantaneous power display. Variants for direct connection
(U1281, U1289) are designed for currents up to 65 A without the installation of additional current
transformers. The variants for transformer connection (U1381, U1387, U1389) may be connected
both to x/1 A and x/5 A current transformers.
Three-phase current, 3-wire system
Integrated error recognition for incorrect rotary field direction, missing phases, reverse-poled current
transformers, measuring range overloads and missing bus connections saves valuable time and test
equipment during troubleshooting.
MORE TRANSPARENCY IN OPERATION
U1289, U1389
In addition to active energy and instantaneous power, the multifunctional variant (M1) also displays
individual currents, voltages, active, reactive and apparent power, power factors and frequency by
simply pressing a key. Voltage level, phase utilization, reactive power component and compensation
can thus be continuously evaluated during operation.
UNIVERSAL BUS CONNECTION
The energy meters transwith meter readings and other data to data logging, billing and optimizing
systems, as well as building automation and control technology applications, via optional interfaces.
• LON interface with FTT-10A transceiver (W1)
• M-Bus interface according to EN 1434-3 (W2)
DIVERSE CALIBRATION CAPABILITY – APPROVAL FOR OFFICIAL BILLING
Three-phase current, 4-wire system
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According to legal requirements, the calibration certificate may not show any deviation in
measurement. Depending upon requirements, the following variants are possible:
• Calibrated main display for primary energy, calibrated pulse output with reference to primary
energy and a fixed pulse rate of 1000 pulses/kWh (V1, V3) – directly measuring variant
• Calibrated main display for primary energy, transformer ratios stated upon ordering are fixed (Q9)
and calibrated, calibrated pulse output with reference to primary energy and a fixed pulse rate
depending on CTxVT (V1, V3)
• Calibrated main display for secondary energy, fixed transformer ratios CT=VT=1 (Q0), calibrated
pulse output with reference to secondary energy and a fixed pulse rate of 1000 pulses/kWh
(V1, V3)
• Uncalibrated main display for primary energy, adjustable transformer ratios (Q1) in combination
with a calibrated ancillary display for secondary energy, calibrated pulse output with reference to
secondary energy and a fixed pulse rate of 1000 pulses/kWh (V1, V3)
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
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METER READING AND BUS OPERATION WHILE THE ELECTRIC CIRCUIT IS SWITCHED OFF
The meter can be optionally equipped with a 24 V DC auxiliary power input (H1) for assured dischargefree voltage, which allows for direct meter reading, or remote meter reading for bus compatible variants,
even when the electrical circuit is switched off. The use of a UBAT-24V battery pack perwiths meter
readings without continuously active supply power.
TECHNICAL DATA
Measured input:
System configuration:
Measured variables:
Display:
S0-output:
Interface:
Accuracy:
Approval:
Assembly:
Nominal voltage 100 – 110 V (L – L), 230 V (L – N), 400 V (L – L), 500 V (L – L)
Nominal frequency 50 Hz or 60 Hz
Direct: Nominal current 5(65) A
Transformer: Nominal current 1(6) A and 5(6) A
2-wire alternating current, 3-wire or 4-wire three-phase alternating current
Active energy and instantaneous power in standard variants; currents, voltages,
active, reactive, apparent power, power factor, frequency optional
LCD, 7-digit main display, 8-digit ancilliar display
Pulse output according to EN 62 053-31 or 230 V
Pulse rate and pulse duration fixed or adjustable
Optional LON, M-bus
Active energy class B per DIN EN 50470-3
Reactive energy class 2 per DIN EN 62053-23
EU Directive 2004/22/EG for measuring instruments (MID)
DIN rails according to EN 50 022
STOCK VARIANTS
Energy meter for direct connection 5 (65) A, class B (or 1)
Article No.
Description
U1289-V011
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, S0, 1000 Pulsee/kWh
U1289-V012
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, S0, pulse rate programmable
U1289-V013
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, S0, pulse rate programmable, LON
U1289-V014
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, S0, pulse rate programmable, M-Bus
Energy meter for transformer connection 5 (6) A and 1 (6) A, class B (or 1)
Article No.
Description
U1387-V011
3-wire system, 3 x 100 V, 1 (6) A, S0, CT/VT/pulse rate programmable
U1387-V012
3-wire system, 3 x 400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, CT/VT/pulse rate programmable
U1389-V011
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, CT/VT/pulse rate programmable
U1389-V012
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, 1000 pulses/kWh, CT=VT=1
U1389-V013
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, pulse rate programmable, CT=VT=1, LON
U1389-V014
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, 1000 pulses/kWh, CT=VT=1, LON
U1389-V015
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, CT/VT/pulse rate programmable, M-Bus
U1389-V016
4-wire system, 3 x 230/400 V, 1 (6) A, S0, CT/VT/pulse rate programmable, LON-Bus
ACCESSORIES
Installation set for door assembly U270A
Split-core current transformers SC 30, SC 40, SC 50 see page 03 - 126
Plug-on current transformers ASK 31.3, ASK 63.4, ASK 105.6, ASK 412.4, see page 03 - 127
Winding current transformer WSK 30, WSK 40, WSK 70.6N, see page 03 - 128
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY METERS
U181A, U187A/B, U189A/B
Compact Line Energy meter
For industrial, household, commercial and building management applications
U181A
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Compact, double-tariff energy meter for 4 quadrants, import and export, partial and aggregate
meters and up to 30 measured values for real-time quantities
• Variants for 2, 3 and 4-wire-systems with 80 A direct-connection,
or 1 A, 5 A transformer connection
• Programmable current transformer ratio of 1 to 10000 and additionally displayable secondary value
for energy
• Double-tariff measurement with input for tariff switching
• Partial meter can be started, stopped and reset
• Active energy measurement per EN50470-3, class B, for industrial, commercial and demanding
household applications
• Reactive energy measurement per EN 62053-23, class 2
• Cost savings thanks to initial calibration at the factory in accordance with MID, conformity
assessment procedure modules B and D
• Phase sequence indicator and error detection for violation of voltage, current and frequency
measuring ranges
• 2 programmable pulse outputs for energy values
• Flexible communication via infrared interface and optional interface modules for M-Bus, Modbus
and Ethernet
• Large LCD panel with background illumination
•
U187A/B
APPLICATION
The calibrated, compact energy meter can be used to acquire and bill active energy in industrial,
household, commercial and building management applications. Relevant values are transwith-ted to
data logging, billing and optimizing systems, as well as to building automation and control technology
applications, by means of pulse outputs, Modbus, M-Bus or Ethernet TCP/IP. In addition to energy,
the meter also measures all of the electrical system’s essential parameters and makes them
available via the Bus interface. Energy and instantaneous power values appear directly at the display.
STOCK VARIANTS
Energy meter for direct connection, 80 A – 4 quadrants, import/export, double-tariff, 2 ea. S0,
class B, MID
Article No.
U189A/B
Description
with display
without display
of reactive energy of reactive energy
U181A
U181D
for 2-wire system, 230 V … 240V, 50/60 Hz
U187A
-
for 3-wire system, 3x400 … 415V, 50/60 Hz
U189A
U189D
for 4-wire system, 3x230/400 … 240/415V, 50/60 Hz
Energy meter for transformer connection, 1 (6) A and 5 (6) A – 4 quadrants, import/export,
double-tariff, 2 ea. S0, class B, MID
Article No.
Description
with display
without display
of reactive energy of reactive energy
U187B
-
for 3-wire system, 3x400 … 415V, 50/60 Hz
U189B
U189W
for 4-wire system, 3x230/400 … 240/415 V, 50/60 Hz
Interface modules see next page
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ENERGY METERS
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U180A/U180B/U180C
Compact Line interface modules
MODBUS
The Modbus module transwiths data from the energy meter to a logging system via an RS 485
interface using the Modbus RTU or ASCII protocol.
Modbus Master software for configuring the module and displaying measured values is included in
the scope of delivery free of charge. A CD with a description of the Modbus register is provided as
well.
M-BUS
The M-Bus module transwiths data from the energy meter to a logging system using the M-Bus
protocol. The M-Bus (meter bus) is a European standard in accordance with EN 13757-2/3 for
reading out consumption meters.
M-Bus Master software for configuring the module and displaying measured values is included in the
scope of delivery free of charge.
TCP/IP LAN GATEWAY
The LAN gateway module makes it possible to access an energy meter via a web browser from any
PC with Internet/LAN access.
The integrated web interface is laid out for Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8, Mozilla Firefox
3.xx, Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Opera and Netscape Navigator.
Password protected access to the module is possible at two levels. Whereas the administrator is able
to adjust all settings, users (up to 20) can only retrieve measured values and status information.
The LAN gateway has an integrated data logger with adjustable sampling rate and selectable
measured quantities. Memory content, as well as momentary measured quantities, can be
downloaded as a CSV file. Alternatively, communication can be managed by means of a Modbus TCP
protocol. A CD with a description of the Modbus register is included.
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
U180A
ModBus module, RS485
U180B
M-Bus module
U180C
TCP/IP LAN module
LAN module web server
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SUMMATION STATIONS
SUMMATION
STATIONS
EMC/
SMARTCOLLECT
www
Client
EMC/
SMARTCOLLECT
Headquaters
Energy data
server
Ethernet TCP / IP
Server
Communication
SMS, Email
Analog, ISDN, GSM
phone network
www
SMARTCONTROL
CAM
Factory
AM3000
Gas meter
V604s
DM5S
APLUS
8 analog
signals
8 Temps.
PT1000
8+24*
pulses
status signals
*optional
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SUMMATION STATIONS
Cost-effective installation of networks over large distances is an important
factor and must be taken into consideration during the system planning phase.
Maximum system size and response time are determined by the transmission
medium, as well as by network topology.
The data loggers are networked via Ethernet TCP/IP or Modbus TCP. Linking to
the management system is also implemented via Ethernet TCP/IP or by wireless
connection, i.e. GSM/GPRS. This option also makes it possible to transwith data
into the system from remote locations which are not integrated into the company
network.
The ECS makes it possible to transwith consumption data at the acquisition level
via numerous bus systems (LON, Modbus TCP / RTU, M-Bus). And thus within
the factory environment, robust and interference-resistant bus systems like LON
can be used, whereas the system is implemented with a typical building bus
such as the M-Bus in office buildings.
Smartlogger
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The management software evaluates and processes the collected data.
Several users can gather any required data simultaneously with a browser via
an intranet or the Internet. The integrated user administration function controls
specific access privileges. And thus the energy manager or administrator
has comprehensive access, whereas controlling and general management
only receive prepared information and reports which are
important to them.
Field office
Energy meter
EMC/
SMARTCOLLECT
Control Technology
Server
Ethernet TCP / IP
Server
Direct outputs
2+4* switching outputs
OPC
2 analog outputs*
Data Access
RS485
SMARTCONTROL
Slave
SMARTCONTROL
Master
Office
Energy meter
Energy meter U1389
Water meter
Energy meter
Compact Line
Energy meter U1289
Water meter
*optional
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SUMMATION STATIONS
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SMARTCONTROL
U300A
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Acquisition of energy and consumption data, temperatures, switching statuses and process
variables
• Error message management, continuous comparison of characteristic values and indication of
errors via switching output, e-mail or SMS
• Peak load management in combination with switching outputs
• Timer programs and switching of relays after the occurrence of predefined events
• Calculation of mean values and integrals, as well as heat and cold quantities
• SMARTCONTROL manager configuration and data read-out software included in the scope of
delivery
•
APPLICATION
The multitalented SMARTCONTROL supplements the Energy Control System (ECS) which is
widespread in industry and building technology. It unites energy and consumption data logging
for a wide variety of media with load management and error messaging functions. It can be used
autonomously, or together with Energy Management Control (EMC) software within the ECS. Both
solutions contribute to sustained conservation of valuable resources and reduced energy costs.
U300 A
The versatile data collector can acquire directly meter readings, temperatures, statuses and analog
signals via existing inputs. The connection of bus-compatible instruments or energy meters is
effected by Modbus via M-Bus with an optional level converter or via the opional LON interface.
The different parameters and functions of SMARTCONTROL are defined via SMARTCONTROL
manager and its graphic programming surface. In particular, linking of the inputs with calculations,
logic functions, time programs, relay, analog, SMS and e-mail outputs is easily realised. The
acquired channel data may also be read out, visualised in tables or diagrams and exported in csv or
bmp format.
SMARTCONTROL is integrated into existing infrastructures via Ethernet TCP/IP. The talented
communicator may also be equipped with an internal analog modem, ISDN, GSM module. An OPC
server is available for an easy connection to process and building control systems.
SMARTCONTROL manager
Using the Modbus TCP version multiple SMARTCONTROL stations can be networked. This offers as
well the possibility to define a master station, which serves as a data central. Within this central all
relevant data of the complete network can be acquired, saved and provided to superior systems.
The internal 2 MB flash ring buffer can be extended by the installation of a 2 GB Micro SD memory
card. The slot for the memory extension is on the PCB by default.
TECHNICAL DATA
Inputs:
Outputs:
SMARTCONTROL manager
Interfaces:
Memory:
Power supply:
Dimensions:
8 digital inputs, adjustable to active or passive
8 analog inputs 0 – 20 mA or 0 – 10 V, adjustable
8 temperature inputs for Pt1000 sensors
Option input/output module for 24 channels:
24 digital inputs, active or passive setting possible
2 semiconductor relays max. 40 VDC/AC, 1 A
Option input/output module for 24 channels:
4 semiconductor relays* max. 40V DC/AC, 1A
2 analog outputs* 0-20mA or 0-10V setting possibl
Ethernet TCP/IP 10/100 Mbit, Modbus-RTU, RS485,
M-Bus over RS232 with optional level converter, slot for level converter
(80 slaves) integrated by default, 2 x RS232 for fieldbus devices
Option LON interface module: LON, FTT-10 A, 78 kBit/s
2 MB flash, optional 2 GB microSD memory card
12 – 24 V DC, optional pluggable power pack, see accessories
225 x 210 x 70 mm
* can be configured individually instead of a digital input
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SUMMATION STATIONS
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STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
U300A
SMARTCONTROL standard
U300C
SMARTCONTROL control cabinet IP 65 with 24 VDC power pack
U300D
SMARTCONTROL standard with I/O24
U300E
SMARTCONTROL standard with LON
U300F
SMARTCONTROL standard with I/O24 and LON
U300G
SMARTCONTROL standard with modbus TCP
ACCESSORIES
Pluggable power pack 100 – 240 VAC / 24 VDC / 24 W
LON extension set **
IO24 input /output module for 24 channel extension set **
Analog modem socket module for analog telephone network
ISDN modem socket module for ISDN telephone network
GSM/GPRS modem socket module for GSM telephone network
M-Bus level converter for 80 devices, on board slot *
Z301U
Z301V
Z301W
Z301C
Z301D
Z301E
Z301Y
* Requirement: SMARTCONTROL starting Rev. V3
** Requirement: SMARTCONTROL basic PCB starting Rev. 2.3x
LON extension set
For further accessories see data sheet and price list.
Input /output module for 24 channel
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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SUMMATION STATIONS
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SMARTLOGGER
U201A / U201B
Multifunctional data logger with integrated modem
The SMARTLOGGER expands the Energy Control System (ECS), which is widespread in industry and
facility management, for use in applications with just a few measuring points.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
It unites energy and consumption data logging for a wide variety of media with error messaging and
monitoring functions. Faults can be reported either directly by SMS or e-mail, or via intrusion to a
fault messaging unit. Valuable resources can be used more efficiently, energy costs can be lastingly
reduced and opportunities provided by modern energy management can be fully exploited.
Acquisition of energy and consumption data, temperatures, switching statuses and process
quantities
• Error message management, continuous comparison of characteristic values and indication of
errors via switching output, e-mail or SMS
• 4 digital inputs, active or passive
• 4 analog inputs: 0 to 20 mA, 0 to 10 V, 5 K NTC
• 2 relay switching outputs. 30 V= / 2 A or 125 V~ / 0,5 A
• 2 open collector switching outputs, max. 30 V= / 50 mA
• M-Bus interface for 10 users
• RS 485 / Modbus interface for external devices
• RS 232 interface for configuration and tunnel function
• UPS function with optional, external 12 V= lead-gel batter
•
APPLICATION
Versatile Data Collector
The SMARTLOGGER has 4 digital inputs for meters with pulse output and can additionally manage 10
energy meters with M-Bus interface. Supplementary measured values can be acquired via 4 analog
inputs, which are configurable as voltage, current or temperature inputs. This means that nearly all
• Meter readings (electrical power, gas, water, heat etc.)
• Temperatures (outside, inside, inlet and return temperature, etc.)
• Statuses (burner and pump on-times etc.)
• Analog signals (signal converters, measuring transducers etc.)
• Data from bus compatible measuring instruments and energy meters
can be acquired. Bus compatible measuring instruments and energy meters can be connected via
Modbus or M-Bus for users with integrated level converter
Exceptional functions:
Manufacturer independent connection of data sources via analog, digital and temperature inputs,
as well as universal M-Bus and Modbus interfaces
• Connection to existing infrastructures via Ethernet TCP/IP, as well as
• GSM, ISDN or analog modem
• Inexpensive creation of networks with standard components
• Internal 2MB flash memory for data
• SMARTLOGGER ECS manager for easy configuration included
• 3 year guarantee
• Made in Germany
•
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Article No.
4 digital and 4 analog inputs,
2 relays + 2 open collector outputs 5 / 17 VDC
M-Bus repeater for 10 slave modules
Auxiliary voltage 230 VAC, SMARTLOGGER manager on CD
U201A
Ethernet variant
U201B
GSM variant
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
LOAD MANAGEMENT
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U1500
LOAD OPTIMISATION
System to reduce power peaks, extendable in steps from 8 to 64 optimising channels.
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Minimum interference in the production process due to the combined trend-extrapolation process
Simultaneous optimising of different media
• Future-oriented setpoint management specifying the load profile for 7 days with 96 values each
• Inputs for operating feedback from the consumers
• Takes minimum and maximum making and breaking times of the power consumers into consideration
• Special control programs for kitchen optimisation
•
•
APPLICATION
Electrical power prices for customers with special contracts consist of energy costs (in EUR per kWh)
for current consumption, and power costs for the maximum power value (in EUR per kW). A reduction
of power peaks can reduce costs considerably.
Power optimisation assumes that the start-up of consumers which draw large amounts of power
can frequently be postponed a few minutes without significantly affecting operations. This applies, in
particular, to power consumers which are capable of storing energy to a certain extent, e.g. heaters
and refrigerators. Integrated time switching programs can lower the energy costs and optimise
operational procedures. The system can also be used for cost-oriented control of consumers which
require other forms of energy, e.g. gas.
TECHNICAL DATA
Inputs:
16, individually switchable 24 V DC or 230 V AC, with potential-isolated in two
groups
9 relays changer, 250 V AC max. 2 A, power supply 24 V DC, max. 100 mA
230 V AC, 50 Hz, max. 15 VA
240 x 160 x 60 mm
DIN rails according to 50 022
Outputs:
Power supply:
Dimensions:
Assembly:
STOCK VARIANTS
Article No.
Description
U1500 A0
Optimising computer for 8 channels
U1500 A1
Optimising computer for 8 channels, extendable via system bus
U1500 A2
System extension for 8 channels
ACCESSORIES
PC software configuration Z302C
PC software online display Z302D
PC software graphic data analysis Z302B
kW
110
Cost of consumption:
Reduction
Increase
100
Power
energy
Saving potential
80
Cost tariff (depending on hours
of use = ratio annual energy /
maximum power):
Reduction
Increase
60
Price
Power [kW]
40
20
0
00:00
03:00
06:00
09:00
12:00
15:00
18:00
21:00
00:00
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
SC 30 / SC 40-B / SC 40-C / SC 50-E
Split-Core Current Transformers
Fast retrofitting of energy meters without interrupting the mains power supply thanks to split-core
current transformers
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Converts high amperage AC current into safe, measurable current
Very easy and time-saving installation thanks to split-core design
• Compact design allows for use in areas with restricted access and confined space
• Particularly suited for retrofit purposes since the dismantling of primary leads is not necessary
• Allows for retrofitting without interrupting mains power supply
• Clearly audible click sound confirms proper installation – additional safety is provided by UV proof
cable ties
• Accuracy class: 0.5, 1 or 3, depending on type
•
•
APPLICATION
Current transformers convert high amperage AC current of up to 1000 A (primary current) into small,
safe, measurable current of 1 A or 5 A (secondary current). Thanks to their compact design, the splitcore current transformers are especially suited for use in areas of restricted access and confined
space. The separable core makes it easier to install the transformers on cables or rails.
The split-core current transformers are the right choice when an interruption of the electrical circuit
is difficult or a measuring instrument has to be easily and quickly refitted.
The safe installation of the primary lead in the current transformer is guaranteed by the mechanical
design and is confirmed by a distinctly audible click sound. Two UV proof cable ties, which are part of
the standard equipment, help to fix the transformer additionally.
SC30
Technical data
SC 30
SC 40-B
SC 40-C
SC 50-E
Max. Cable diamter
Secondary current 1 A
Primary current
18 mm
18 mm
28 mm
42 mm
60 A … 250 A
100 A … 250 A 200 A … 500 A 250 A … 1000 A
Cable lenght
3m
3m
3m
5m
Class (depending on type) 1 or 3
0.5 or 1
0.5 or 1
0.5 or 1
VA
Secondary current 5 A
Primary current
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.2
150 A … 250 A 250 A … 500 A 300 A … 1000 A
Cable lenght
SC 40-B
SC 50-E
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0.5 m
0.5 m
3m
Class (depending on type)
0.5 or 1
1
0.5 or 1
VA
1
1
0.5
3
...*
1
Primary
current A
60
...*
250
Secondary
current A
1
...*
1
SC40-B,
cable opening diameter 18 mm
1
...*
0.5
100
...*
250
SC40-C,
cable opening diameter 28 mm
1
...*
1
SC50-E,
cable opening diameter 42 mm
1
...*
0.5
Description
Class
SC30,
cable opening diameter 18 mm
VA
Article No.
0.2
...*
0.2
U118A
...*
U118G
1
...*
5
0.2
...*
1
U118H
...*
U518C
200
...*
500
1
...*
5
0.2
...*
1
U128A
...*
U528D
250
...*
1000
1
...*
5
0.2
...*
0.5
U142A
...*
U542G
* for further stock variants see price list "Industrial Measuring and Control Technology"
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
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ASK 31.3 / ASK 63.4 / ASK 412.4
Bushing-Type Current Transformer ASK
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Converts high amperage AC current into safe and measurable current
Flexible application – suitable for CU busbars and circular cables
• Foot and busbar mounting with insulation safety cap (contact-protected) is included in the scope of
delivery
• Current transformers with other accuracy classes (0.2s, 0.2, 0.5s, 3) available upon request
• Calibrated bushing-type current transformers upon request
•
•
APPLICATION
Current transformers are required wherever high amperage AC current is to be converted into low,
safe and measurable current. The bushing-type current transformers convert primary current of
1500 A into secondary current of 1 A or 5 A which can be processed by measuring systems.
ASK 31.3
The secondary side – as a rule a measuring instrument, a display or a controller – is connected via
terminals. Bushing-type current transformers are available with ratings as of 50 A in various sizes for
busbars and cables.
Technical data
ASK 31.3
ASK 63.4
ASK 412.4
Primary conductor
30x 10 mm
25.4 x 13 mm
2 x 20 x 10 mm
60 x 30 mm
50 x 40 mm
40 x 12 mm
30 x 15 mm
Round cable
26 mm
44 mm
30,5 mm
Transformer width
60 mm
95 mm
70 mm
Primary current
75 A … 750 A
750 A … 1500 A
50 A … 500 A
Secondary current
5 A or 1 A
5 A or 1 A
5 A or 1 A
Class
1, higher classes
upon request
1, higher classes
upon request
1, higher classes
upon request
VA
1.5 – 10 depending
on type
5 – 10 depending
on type
1.5 – 10 depending
on type
Type
ASK 31.3
Snap fastener
ASK 63.4
Primary
current VA
A
Primary conductor 30 x 10 mm, 25,4 x 13mm, 75
1.5
2 x 20 x 10mm
...*
...*
round cable 26 mm diameter,
750
10
transformer width 60 mm
Description
Primary conductor 60 x 30 mm, 50 x 40mm
round cable 44 mm diameter,
transformer width 95 mm
Primary conductor 60 x 30 mm, 50 x 40mm
ASK 412.4 round cable 44 mm diameter,
transformer width 95 mm
Sec. Article No.
5A
1715V0120
...*
...*
1A
1717V1260
750
10
5A
1717V0220
...*
...*
...*
...*
1500
10
1A
1717V1260
50
1.5
5A
1716V0100
...*
...*
...*
...*
500
10
1A
1716V1200
* for further stock variants see price list "Industrial Measuring and Control Technology"
Accessories
Article No.
Snap fastener suited for 35 mm top-hat rail mounting according to DIN EN 50522 1722V9010
Sealing cap
1722V9120
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
CURRENT TRANSFORMERS
WSK 30 / WSK 40 / WSK 70.6 N
Wound-Primary Current Transformers WSK
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Wound-primary current transformer with primary winding and primary connection terminals instead
of one universal busbar
• Connection to basbars or cables
• Especially suited for low primary current as of 1 A
• High rated power/power load in VA
• Current transformers in other accuracy classes upon request
• Calibrated wound-primary current transformers available on request
•
APPLICATION
As opposed to bushing-type current transformers, wound-primary current transformers have 4 screw
terminals. Primary and secondary current are both connected by means of terminals. Woundprimary current transformers are suitable for low amperage current for which bushing-type current
transformers cannot be used.
WSK 70.6 N
Technical data
WSK 30
WSK 40
WSK 70.6 N
Width
60 mm
70 mm
60 mm
Height
75,5 mm
85,5 mm
85,5 mm
Depth
35 mm
45 mm
136 mm
Primary current
1 A … 20 A
1 A … 40 A
30 A … 100 A
Secondary current
5 A or 1 A
5 A or 1 A
5 A or 1 A
Class
1, higher classes
upon request
1, higher classes
upon request
1, higher classes
upon request
VA
5
10
10
Type
Description
WSK 30
Transformer width 60 mm
WSK 40
WSK 40 N
Transformer width 70 mm
Transformer width 70 mm
WSK 70.6 N Transformer width 60 mm
Primary current A VA
Sec. Article No.
1
5
5A
1719V0010
...*
...*
...*
...*
20
5
1A
1719V1060
1
10
5A
1720V0010
...*
...*
...*
...*
30
10
1A
1720V1080
40
10
5A
1720V0090
1A
1720V1090
30
10
5A
1721V0080
...*
...*
...*
...*
100
10
1A
1721V1140
* for further stock variants see price list "Industrial Measuring and Control Technology"
Snap fastener
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Accessories
Snap fastener suited for 35 mm top-hat rail mounting according to
DIN EN 50522 for WSK 30
Snap fastener suited for 35 mm top-hat rail mounting according to
DIN EN 50522 for WSK 40 and WSK 40 N
Sealing cap
Article No.
1722V9010
1722V9020
1722V9120
ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGYMANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
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ENERGY
MANAGEMENT
SOFTWARE
EMC 5.X
Energy data management with system
CUSTOMER BENEFIT
Transparency: visualization of consumption and load structures - detection of weak points
Responsibility: source-related allocation of consumption or costs
• Benchmarking: acquire figures and compare objects
• Cost minimization: identify and exploit potential savings
• Budget security: precise planning and monitoring of energy costs
• Tariff optimization: selection of the least expensive tariff for energy import by power utility, as well
as consumption and contract conditions
• Environmental compatibility: reduced consumption decreases CO2 emissions
• Up to date: real-time overview of consumption and billing data
• Flexible: billing based upon individually adjustable parameters
• Service requirements: rising energy consumption indicates the need for maintenance or repair
•
•
APPLICATION
Systematic Energy Management for Lasting Benefits
As a high performance software solution, Energy Management Control 5.x is laid out specifically
for applications in the fields of industry, energy and housing. It allows for automatic logging,
visualization, analysis and billing of all relevant consumption data. With the help of this well founded
database, targeted and effective measures for improvement can be implemented – and opportunities
for modern energy management can be fully exploited.
TECHNICAL DATA
Computer:
Browser:
Operating system:
Languages:
min. Pentium PC, 1 GHz, 250 MB RAM
Internet Explorer starting version 6.0 SP 1
XP and Windows 7
D, GB, F, I, NL, CZ, PL switchable
Article No.
Description
Z508A
EMC Basic version – Reading and display data, 1 energy type / location, 1
user, 64 channels, 20 virtual channels*
Z508B
EMC Expansion – Providers and Tariffs
Z508C
EMC Expansion – Building Automation / Industrial Version*
Z508D
EMC Expansion – Consortium*
Z508E
EMC Expansion – Virtual Channels
Z508L
EMC Expansion – Export Interface
Z508M
EMC Expansion – DL Manager as Service
Z508N
EMC Expansion – Real-time Display
Z508F
EMC License – 5 User
Z508G
EMC License – 5 Locations / Energy Types
Z508H
EMC License – 100 Measuring Points
Z508i
EMC License – 5 Companies
Z508J
EMC Full Version*
Z508K
EMC Start-up – 1 enrgy type / location, 1 user, 10 channels*
-
EMC maintenance contract for 1 year, 12% of the purchase price
(annually in advance)
* only in combination with a maintenance contract
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
SMARTCOLLECT
Data management software
SMARTCOLLECT is a data management software which can acquire measured data in an easy
manner and store the same in an open SQL database. This software offers basic functionalities
for data analysis and for easy energy monitoring as well as the easy preparation and disposal of
reports.
Providing a mature graphic user interface, the SMARTCOLLECT software is clearly structured and
easily operated.
SMARTCOLLECT is modularly designed and perwiths supplementing modules or functions at any
time.
CUSTOMER BENEFITS
Easy data communication via Modbus RTU / TCP, ECL and SmartControl-Direct
Connection also via OPC
• Devices of Camille Bauer and Gossen Metrawatt are already predefined and selectable in the
software
• Open for the devices of all manufacturers
• Data is stored in an open SQL database
• Modular cost / performance model – basic version may be extended at any time
•
•
MODULAR DESIGN
COMPONENTS
The SMARTCOLLECT energy management software consists of the following components:
SMARTCOLLECT CLIENT
MORE CLIENTS POSSIBLE
SMARTCOLLECT CLIENT
Graphic visualisation of queried data
Export via Excel file
User interface to define the data sources to be read out as well as error and warning messages via
email.
SMARTCOLLECT DATABASE
SQL DATABASE
SQL database
Contains the collected data
Open and unencrypted
SMARTCOLLECT SERVER
SMARTCOLLECT SERVER
Collects and configures data from active sources and channels and writes the same directly into
the central database.
MM1400
BM1200
AM1000
Energy meter
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AM3000
PQ3000
SMARTCOLLECT software components may be installed on an individual system or on several
servers or computers. ENERGY MANAGEMENT
ENERGY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
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SMARTCOLLECT - MODULES
PM10 - BASIC MODULE
Measured data can be easily acquired and stored in an open
SQL database with the PM10 module. The module offers basic
functionalities for data analysis and for easy energy monitoring
as well as preparing and sending of reports.
A sophisticated graphic user interface clearly presents the
SMARTCOLLECT software and facilitates its easy operation.
Example PM10 - Definition of measured values
PM20 - POWER QUALITY
The PM20 module extends the basic PM10 module by many
visualising and analysing options for the system quality
instruments. The PQDIFF files of the system quality instruments
may be imported and converted in the database. Reports can be
prepared and events analysed.
Example PM20 - Comparison of voltage curves
PM30 - VISUALISATION
The PM30 module again builds on the PM20 module and
supplements it by the option of visualising plants, processes
and procedures. Individual images, charts or drawings for live
measured data, switching statuses and limit values may be
linked and thus a SCADA System created.
Example PM30 - Visualising of a solar plant
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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BASICS
SERVICES
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG has many years of experience
in the development of instruments which must work
precisely under any external conditions.
Our products excel in a maximum of safety for the operating
staff and standard-compliant functioning under the most
varied site and environmental conditions.
Highly precise EMC and environmental tests are conducted
at our own test laboratory. In addition, we regularly have
the safety and quality of our instruments documented by
external accredited test laboratories as well as independent
international certification bodies.
Depending on the individual requirements and tasks, we
support you in the preparation of corresponding system
solutions taking the site conditions into consideration.
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SERVICES
Camille Bauer Metrawatt - reliable and environmental-friendly
Extra documentation
Services and on-site service
Test confirmation, measuring test record, manufacturer’s certificate
SERVICES
04
SERVICES
BASICS
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CAMILLE BAUER METRAWATT - RELIABLE AND ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY
SWISS TOP QUALITY – INDEPENDENTLY APPROVED
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG has long years of experience in the development of
instruments which must operate precisely in all external conditions:
Our products feature maximum safety for the operating staff and standardaligned
functioning under different site and ambient conditions.
Highly precise EMC and environmental tests can be conducted at our own test
laboratories. In addition, we have the safety and quality of our instruments again and
again documented by external accredited test laboratories as well as independent
international certification bodies.
CERTIFICATIONS *
UL
CSA
• GL
• Ex
• CB-Scheme (IECEE compliance test)
•
•
* Safety, EMC, environment
CONFORMITY APPROVALS **
Profibus
IEC61850
• HART
•
•
** Communication
SPECIAL APPROVALS
•
•
Seismic resistance
Nuclear approval
CAMILLE BAUER METRAWATT:
SUSTAINABILITY WITH A SYSTEM
•
Resource-optimised raw material management
•
Environmentally-friendly production processes with effective
emission protection and manufacturing steps neutral for climate
•
Permanent further development of products and services under
efficiency aspects
•
Meticulous quality and environment compatibility tests
•
Member of Cleantech Industry Association Switzerland
•
Certified according to ISO 14001
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
DOCUMENTATION AND ON-SITE SERVICE
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SERVICES
EXTRA DOCUMENTATION
Upon request, we will prepare separate documentation packages in printed form for you, e.g. operating
instructions or service instructions in different languages.
Betriebsanleitung
Universelle Messeinheit für Starkstromgrössen
SINEAX CAM
Betriebsanleitung KINAX N702
Neigungsaufnehmer mit ölgedämpftem
Pendelsystem
Mode d’emploi KINAX N702
Capteur d’inclinaison avec système de
pendule amorti par huile
Operating Instructions KINAX N702
Inclination transmitter with oil-damped
pendulum system
CAM Bd
156 457-14
08.14
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG
Aargauerstrasse 7
CH-5610 Wohlen/Schweiz
Telefon +41 56 618 21 11
Telefax +41 56 618 21 21
[email protected]
www.camillebauer.com
N702 Bdfe
157 265-02
08.14
Camille Bauer Metrawatt AG
Aargauerstrasse 7
CH-5610 Wohlen/Switzerland
Phone +41 56 618 21 11
Fax +41 56 618 21 21
[email protected]
www.camillebauer.com
SERVICES AND ON-SITE SERVICE
SERVICES
We will be pleased to support you in commissioning your plant on site taking the local and technical
conditions into consideration.
Different rates result according to requirements:
• Head of technology and upper management functions based in Switzerland
• Product Manager based in Switzerland
• On-site technician based in Central Europe
• On-site technician based in Russia and CIS
• On-site technician based in Asia, India and/or China
Our quality system corresponds to international standards for quality management and quality systems
(ISO 9000 series) and has been confirmed with the certificate of level ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. The
certificates may be obtained from us in German, English, French or Italian in individual copies.
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SERVICES
TEST RECORDS
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TEST CONFIRMATION, MEASURING TEST RECORD, MANUFACTURER’S CERTIFICATE
Manufacturer’s certificate DIN 55 350-18-4.1.1 resp. DIN 55 350-18-4.1.2
Additional test documents
(only of agreed with Quality Assurance in advance)
• Test instructions
• List of test equipment
• Details of measuring accuracy
etc
Works inspection
• Withnessing Camille Bauertest procedure:
• Random measurement on items of the customer’s order at the in-production test stations according to a
previously agreed schedule.
•
•
Works inspection to customer’s a particular requirements, special measurement:
Random test measurements on items out of customers order in a previously agreed procedure on test
stations in production or on specially installed test facilities.
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
BASICS
Our extensive product range permits covering the most
varied measuring tasks in a perfect fashion. The instruments
are produced according to individual customer specifications
or their functionality is adapted to requirements to guarantee
optimum results at their place of operation.
For the correct use and handling of our products, electronic
or electromechanical skills are required depending on the
application.
Some frequently occurring terms and basics are
subsequently briefly presented.
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BASICS
Environmental testing
Electromagnetic compatibility
Galvanic isolation
Explosion protection through intrinsic safety
Protection classes
Technical definitions of Position sensors
05
BASICS
ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
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ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING
What is it all about?
Products are exposed to many environmental
impacts during their useful life. These are not
liwithed to impacts during operation in the intended
application in the field but also comprise detrimental
influences during storage or transport to customers.
The impacts include temperature, climate, water
and dust conditions but also mechanical stress like
vibration or shock.
The tests have the objective of checking the
resistance against possible environmental
impacts and to ensure reliability in later operation.
Assumptions are made, e.g. concerning the
reference range for environmental temperature or
the annual average relative humidity. Users must
compare these details with their own requirements
(see data sheet). It is only after this check that
they can be certain that the device suits their
applications and will show the desired behaviour.
Standards
The requirement of testing the behaviour of devices
in changing environmental conditions is derived
from product group standards for Camille Bauer
products, e.g. EN / IEC 60 688 „Electrical measuring
transducers for converting a.c. electrical quantities
to analog or digital signals“. The normal place
and type of use and the prevailing environmental
conditions to which these instruments are exposed
are known. Tests and test criteria which the device
has to meet are derived from this information. For
firmly installed instruments these tests concern the
operational behaviours in changing temperatures
(cold, dry and humid heat) as well as the influence
of vibration and shocks.
Operation
The ambient temperature in which a device is
operated can change quickly, e.g. if a part of the
plant in which the device has been installed heats
up due to operational demands or because of
the difference of day and night temperatures in
rooms which are not heated. Usually, devices heat
themselves up. This can occur due to dissipated
heat of passive components or self-heating of
processors. Depending on the season and the
environment, the heat may be dry or humid, i.e.
precipitating or not precipitating. Thermic testing
might take hours or days. The device is operated
under normal conditions, i.e. with input signals
and loaded outputs. The ambient temperature is
changed step by step in regular intervals, kept
constant and then changed again, either positively
or negatively. In this way, the entire operating
temperature range of the device is applied upwards
and downwards. Any change in the behaviour of the
device and the extent of the same is verified after
each step. On the one hand, the test shows whether
the instrument meets the accuracy requirements
within the reference range and, on the other hand,
the temperature influence outside of the reference
range is checked.
Tests at Camille Bauer
Camille Bauer has test facilities to perform all
required product tests in-house.
Overview of tests
EN / IEC 60 068-2-1 – cold
EN / IEC 60 068-2-2 – dry heat
EN / IEC 60 068-2-78 – humid heat
EN / IEC 60 068-2-6 – vibration
EN / IEC 60 068-2-27 – shock
If the devices are installed in the vicinity of rotating
machines, assembled in ships or transported to
customers by lorries and aeroplanes, they are
exposed to permanent vibration. This might lead
to larger components being cut off or mechanical
locking devices of the housings being opened.
Vibration testing in which the tested object is
exposed to repeated harmonic vibration helps to find
weak points and to eliminate them. Shock testing,
on the other hand, subjects the device to a specified
form of shock through acceleration and breaking at
irregular intervals. In this way, the behaviour of the
device can be tested if it is dropped from a certain
level.
Special measurements
Not all instruments are used in applications covered
by standard tests. Earthquake vibration tests, for
example, require low-frequency vibration of a
high amplitude. Our test facilities cannot process
the required test schedule exactly. Therefore, the
measurements have to be done externally. Normally,
customers assume the costs for this service.
Upon request, we will be pleased to make test
instruments available if you intend to perform the
tests yourself.
Standard tests can also be performed with changed
general conditions. Whether and to what extent
customers participate in the costs incurred will be
decided in each case.
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ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY
What is it all about?
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) signifies
that electrical and electronical products work
safely at their place of use. To safeguard this, the
interfering emission of electromagnetic signals of
devices, systems or plants must be liwithed. On
the other hand, it must also be safeguarded that
devices, systems or plants are not impaired by the
interfering signals present in their environment.
These relatively simple facts are stipulated in
the EMC Directive 89/336/EC and can only be
achieved if all those involved play the game. All
manufacturers are obliged to test their products
accordingly or have them tested.
The CE-mark is the basic precondition that a
product may be put into circulation in Europe. In
this way, manufacturers confirm that their products
conform to applicable directives for their type of
product. The EMC directive is an integral part of
this requirement profile. Outside of Europe, other
identification obligations are partly applicable.
These are now harmonised to such an extent that
also in relation to EMC comparable requirements
can be assumed.
The problem
The increase of electrical and electronical products
in the industrial environment but also in products
of daily use is still immense. More and more
functionality with even higher performance is
implemented in these products. Processor systems
with increasingly higher clock frequencies are being
used. They generate higher and higher levels of
interference unintentionally and also become more
and more sensitive to interfering sources in their
environment.
To make matter worse, the applications using
radio frequencies are also increasing. For example,
mobile telephones must be in a position of sending
and receiving signals. Though their transmission
output is liwithed, incompatibilities might result
if they are used inconsiderately in the vicinity of
sensitive devices. Systems may be interfered with
to such an extent that they provide wrong signals
or break down completely. This is the reason, why
their use is often liwithed, e.g. in aircrafts or also
in hospitals where sensitive medical devices might
be affected. The awareness of EMC problems in
aircrafts has been established over years but must
still be pointed out to passengers prior to every
take-off. When entering a hospital hardly anybody
turns of his or her mobile telephone despite
warning messages on the walls. Operational
managers of power plants are often not aware of
the fact that the use of mobile telephones in the
vicinity of measuring, controlling and regulating
units can be critical. Radio and television stations,
mobile radio antennae or remote controls also
work with frequencies which might interfere with
sensitive devices and impair their operation.
Sources of interference
In the industrial environment, frequency converters,
motors and other consumers are increasingly
operated parallel to sensitive measuring and
control systems. Higher levels of interference must
generally be expected in all places where high
power is applied, switched or pulsed or electronic
systems with high pulse frequencies are used.
The use of wireless telecommunication facilities
or networks also increases the probability
of incompatible levels of interference in the
environment of sensitive equipment.
Standards
Applicable specific basic standards define the
requirements of products and systems for use
in their original environment. A liwithed number
of tests with evaluation criteria and the expected
operating behaviour are determined using defined
measuring and test procedures. Specific basic
standards contain details of the measuring method
and general conditions. Specific EMC standards
are available for certain products or product groups
and have priority over the general requirements
mentioned above.
EMC safety can only be achieved by a complete
examination in accordance with standards. Since
all standards are interrelated only their sum total
provides a satisfactory result. Partial examination
is not perwithted, however still done by some
manufacturers due to lacking measuring equipment
or for reasons of costs.
Meeting standards does not necessarily provide
smooth operation. A device may be subjected to
higher loads in operation than envisaged by the
standard. This might be caused by insufficient
protection of the equipment or by EMCincompatible wiring. In such a case, the behaviour
of the device is largely undefined since it has not
been tested.
Tests at Camille Bauer
Camille Bauer has its own EMC laboratory where
the complete scope of all required tests (see below)
can be performed. Even if our laboratory is not
accredited, comparative measurements at the
premises of respective service providers as well as
subsequent checks by customers confirmed our
test results in each case.
We also test our devices under higher loads than
demanded by the standard even if this is not
explicitly stated in our data sheets.
Test of immunity to static discharges on a SINEAX V604s
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Specific basic standards
IEC / EN 61 000-6-2
Immunity standard for industrial environments
IEC / EN 61 000-6-4
Emission standard for industrial environments
Basic standards
IEC / EN 61 000-4-2
Immunity to static discharge which occurs as
potential differences - mainly caused by friction
electricity - are reduced. The most known effect
is surely when persons get charged as they walk
across a carpet and discharged with the generation
of a spark when they touch a metal part. If this
is, e.g., the plug of an electronic device the brief
current pulsee might be sufficient to destroy the
device.
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IEC / EN 61 000-4-3
Immunity to high-frequency electromagnetic fields.
Typical sources of interference are radiotelephones
used by the operating, maintenance or service
staff, mobile telephones and transwithting facilities
needing these fields. Coupling happens via the air.
Unintentional fields also occur in welding facilities,
thyristor-controlled inverters or fluorescent lamps.
Coupling might as well be generated via the line in
such cases.
IEC / EN 61 000-4-4
Immunity to fast transient interference variables
(bursts) which are generated in switching operations
(interruption of inductive loads or bouncing of relay
contacts)..
IEC / EN 61 000-4-5
Immunity to pulsee voltages (surges) which are
generated in switching operations or lightning and
arrive at the device via the connecting lines.
IEC / EN 61 000-4-6
Immunity to conducted disturbances, induced by
high-frequency fields which are typically generated
by radio transmission facilities. Coupling takes
place via the connecting line of the device. For
further sources of interference see 61000-4-3.
IEC / EN 61 000-4-8
Immunity to magnetic fields with power
frequencies. Strong magnetic fields result, e.g., in
the immediate vicinity of power lines or bus bars.
IEC / EN 61 000-4-11
Immunity to voltage dips, brief interruptions and
voltage fluctuations. Dips and brief interruptions of
the supply voltage result from errors in the supply
system or when large loads are switched. Voltage
fluctuations are caused by fast-changing loads, e.g.
in arc furnaces, and also generate flickering.
Test of immunity to high-frequency fields on a SINEAX V604s
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BASICS
GALVANIC ISOLATION
Despite the continually increasing level of
automation and the proliferation of fieldbus systems
in process automation, signal converters are still
indispensible. They essentially perform 3 main
tasks:
• Signal conversion
• Galvanic isolation of signals
• The amplification of signals
In addition, some signal converters can supply
2-wire transmitters.
Two distinct systems are available: Passive signal
converters designed in the so-called 2-wire
technology which obtain their energy directly from
the measuring circuit and active signal converters,
e.g. isolation amplifiers, which are equipped with a
special power supply connection. Galvanic isolation
of the individual “circuits” is of great significance.
Camille Bauer signal converters typically feature
galvanic 3-way isolation which completely
decouples the input, output and power supply
circuit.
Camille Bauer also uses optical paths. The signal is
transwithted by light pulses from a transmitter to a
receiver.
Signal converters with power supply
(Active signal converters / 4-wire technology)
These signal converters are equipped with a power
supply which is galvanically isolated from the
measuring circuit. Depending on the design, these
signal converters are frequently not only used as
potential isolators but also as signal converters or
amplifiers. See Figure 1.
Main tasks of signal converters
Signal converter without power supply
(passive signal converters / 2-wire technology
Potential isolation or measuring signal conversion
does not always demand active signal converters
– signal converters without power supply can be
Input
Output
Galvanic isolation
Galvanic isolation (also referred to as decoupling)
generally describes the electric isolation of two
power circuits. Charge carriers cannot flow from
one circuit to another since there is no conductive
connection between the circuits. However, electric
power or signals may be transwithted between the
circuits via corresponding coupling elements.
A typical example for galvanic isolation is a simple
transformer with a primary and secondary winding.
Both windings are completely separated from each
other. The energy is transwithted by electromagnetic
fields. Apart from this process for galvanic isolation,
employed frequently without any liwithation. In this
case, the energy is supplied from the voltage drop at
the input terminals of the passive signal converter.
However, the appropriateness for the respective
application is to be examined taking the power
rating of the input signal and the output burden
into consideration. Signal converters without power
0…20 mA
burden 18 V
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Power supply
Fig. 3
Working voltage 100 V
Measured voltage 10 mV
10 mV
U DC
100 V
RB max = (UE max – UInt) / 20 mA
RB max = (18 V – 2.8 V) / 20 mA = 760 Ω
RB max = 760 Ω
Fig. 2
Pt100
Current measurement
IE = 0…20 mA
UE = UInt + (IA · RB)
An input signal is converted into an output
signal. Numerous applications require this
feature. For example, resistance or voltage
values of temperature sensors are converted into
standardised current signals, e.g. 4…20 mA or
0…20 mA. Adaptations from 4…20 mA to 0…20
mA or to voltage signals are also quite common.
In addition, input curves often have to be adapted,
linearised or inverted. (Figure 3).
Fig. 1
Transmitter
RB
Signal conversion
Signal conversion
Power supply
Signal isolation
IA = 0…20 mA
supply do not enable signal amplification and do not
work free of reaction, i.e. the output burden bears
directly on the input signal.
For an example see Figure 2: A transmitter with a
0…20 mA signal at the input of a passive signal
converter can carry a maximum of 18 V
(IE = 0…20 mA, UE max = 18 V).
The voltage drop or internal voltage consumption
UInt of the signal converter is stated to be 2.8 V. This
results in UE = UInt + (IA x RB) the maximum output:
RB max = (UE max – UInt) / 20 mA =760 Ω.
Fig. 4
Load
PA
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Galvanic isolation of signals
Input and output signals are galvanically isolated
from each other. This avoids parasitic voltages
by potential differences, ensures plant safety and
protects persons. Galvanic isolation thus safeguards
personal security when voltages with dangerously
high potentials are measured. Despite the fact that
a measuring signal may only amount to a few mV,
the potential against earth and thus against persons
is dangerously high in case of a failure. This is
referred to as the working voltage. Figure 4 shows
the example of 10 mV measurement on a working
voltage of 100 V.
Signal amplification
This function is reserved for active signal converters
since a separate power supply is needed. It mainly
concerns applications requiring bridging of long
signal paths and the avoidance of interferences.
Signal amplification
4…20 mA
Fig. 5
4…20 mA
Power supply
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EXPLOSION PROTECTION THROUGH INTRINSIC SAFETY
1. GENERAL ASPECTS
3. ZONE CLASSIFICATION
For the acquisition of signals in hazardous areas,
angular position transmitters as well as signal
converters of Camille Bauer are designed in
the intrinsic safety type of protection “i“. The
abbreviation of “i“ is derived from term of intrinsic
safety.
An intrinsically safe circuit cannot cause an ignition
of a certain atmosphere under the conditions
determined in Standard IEC 60079-11, neither by
a spark not by thermal effects. This is applicable to
undisturbed operation as well as described failure
conditions. Equipment must meet the requirements
of surface temperature, clearance and creepage
distances, labelling as well as the allocation of the
electrical equipment to areas of use and zones.
Hazardous environments are classified in standardised zones, in which gas and dust incentive hazardous
areas are differentiated.
2. FUNCTION
The intrinsic safety type of protection uses the
fact that a certain energy is required to ignite a
hazardous environment. A circuit is intrinsically
safe, if the current and voltage values as well as the
energy stored in coils and condensers are liwithed.
Zones for hazardous areas due to gas
Example
Safe area
Ventil
Zone 1
Zone 0
Zone 2
Zones
Type of danger
Zone 0
Gas is permanently and for a long
time present
Zone 1
Gas occurs occasionally
Zone 2
Gas does normally not occur or
only for a short period of time
Zone 20
Dust is permanently and for a
long time present
Zone 21
Dust occurs occasionally
Zone 22
Dust does normally not occur or
only for a short period of time
Sump
Zones for hazardous areas due to dust
Safe area
Filling pipe
Explosion
flap
Zone 20
Zone 21
Zone 22
Dust silo
Inertisation
M
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Metering disc
Fluidising
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4. INTRINSICALLY SAFE EQUIPMENT
6. LEVEL OF PROTECTION
Intrinsically safe equipment is installed in a
respective hazardous zone. All of the circuits of
such equipment must be designed intrinsically safe.
The intrinsically safe equipment of Camille Bauer
comprises:
• Angular position transmitters
• Position transmitters
• Programmable temperature transmitters
The safety of an intrinsically safe circuit is based on the components used and
their susceptibility to failure. Components susceptible to failure are, for example,
semiconductors and condensers while relays, transformers and film resistors are
considered not to be susceptible to failure.
The reliability of the overall device is evaluated on basis of the components used and the
design of the intrinsically safe circuits. The devices are classified in 3 levels of protection:
Perwithted zones
ia
Does not cause an ignition, if any combination of two
errors occurs in normal operation
0, 1, 2
ib
Does not cause an ignition, if one error occurs in
normal operation
1, 2
ic
Does not cause an ignition in normal operation
2
7. INTERCONNECTION OF INTRINSICALLY SAFE AND PERTAINING EQUIPMENT
An intrinsically safe circuit always consists of at least one intrinsically safe and one pertaining
item of equipment. When interconnecting them, the safety-oriented values of the intrinsically safe
and the pertaining item of equipment must be harmonised. The user is responsible for the safe
interconnection of intrinsically safe and pertaining equipment.
Pertaining equipment
B812
Uo
Safe area
Pertaining equipment is exclusively installed
outside of hazardous zones. It has the task of
safe coupling of electrical signals into hazardous
zones or discoupling out of them. The circuits of
pertaining equipment must be designed, examined
and certified in accordance with construction
regulations in relation to external voltage influences
by non-intrinsically safe circuits and concerning the
intensity of voltage and circuit values. The pertaining
equipment of Camille Bauer comprises:
• Passive isolators
• Power supply units
• Alarm units
• Programmable isolation amplifiers
• Programmable universal transmitters
• Programmable temperature transmitters
Protection- Failure consideration
level
Hazardous area
5. PERTAINING EQUIPMENT
Protection levels according to EN 60079-11
Io
HW730
Safety-related
maximum values in
the intrinsically safe
circuit
Co
Lo
Uo ≤ Ui
Io ≤ Ii
LC
CC
Ui
Ii
Safety-related
maximum values in
the intrinsically safe
circuit
Permitted external
capacity or inductivity
in the intrinsically safe
circuit
Po
Co ≥ Ci + Cc
Lo ≥ Li + Lc
Ci
Li
Permitted external
capacity or inductivity
in the intrinsically safe
circuit
Maximum power
in the intrinsically
safe circuit
Po ≤ Pi
Pi
Maximum power
in the intrinsically
safe circuit
Intrinsically safe equipment
Test criteria of an intrinsically safe circuit using the examples of B812 and HW730
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INTRINSICALLY SAFE AND PERTAINING EQUIPMENT
Labelling for electrical equipment according to ATEX
Labelling according to the
ATEX directive
Labelling according to EN 60079-0
IEC 60079-0
EC examination certificate
[ ] for pertaining equipment
Conformity
assessment
acc. to 94/9/EG
(ATEX)
Explosion protected
Equipment group
I: Underground
II: Other areas
II (2) G
Notified Body
Type of protection:
ia: 2 failure
ib: 1 failure
[Ex ia] IIC T4
Atmosphere:
G: Gas
D: Dust
Equipment category
1: very high degree / Zone 0
2: high degree of safety / Zone 1
3: normal degree of safety / Zone 2
Equipment protection level:
Ga/Da: Zone 0 / 20
Gb/Db: Zone 1 / 21
Gb Gc/Dc: Zone 2 / 22
ZELM
Year of EC
examination
certificate
12 ATEX 0482 X
Temperature class:
T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6
Special
installation
conditions
Gas group:
IIA: Propane
IIB: Ethylen
IIC: Hydrogen
Dust group:
IIIA: flammable lint
IIIB: non-conductive dust
IIIC: conductive dust
Number of
certificate
Examined
according to
94/9/EG (ATEX)
Labelling for electrical equipment according to IECEx
Labelling according to EN 60079-0
IEC 60079-0
IECEx certificate
[ ] for pertaining equipment
[Ex ia] IIC T4 Gb
Explosion protected
Notified Body
Type of protection:
ia: 2 failure
ib: 1 failure
Year of IECEx
certificate
Equipment protection level:
Ga/Da: Zone 0 / 20
Gb/Db: Zone 1 / 21
Gc/Dc: Zone 2 / 22
Temperature class:
(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6)
Gas group:
IIA: Propane
IIB: Ethylen
IIC: Hydrogen
Dust group:
IIIA: flammable lint
IIIB: non-conductive dust
IIIC: conductive dust
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IECEx ZLM 12.0002 X
Special
installation
conditions
Number of
certificate
Examined
according to IECEx
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INTRINSICALLY SAFE AND PERTAINING EQUIPMENT
Hazardous area
Intrinsically safe equipment
Zone classification 0 – 2 and 20 – 22, equipment group 1 – 3
Gas:
Zone 0
Dust:
Zone 20
Equipment group 1
Gas:
Zone 1
Dust:
Zone 21
Equipment group 2
VK616
Gas:
Zone 2
Staub:
Zone 22
Equipment group 3
VK626
Head transmitter with
HART-Protocol
Programmable temperatur
transmitter
II 2 (1) G Ex ia IIC T6
II 2 (1) G Ex ia IIC T6
II 2 (1) G Ex ia IIC T6
HW730
WT710/WT711
Shaft transmitter for
angular position
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4 Gb
II 2 D Ex ia IIIC T80°C Db
II 2 D Ex tb IIIC T80°C Db
II 2 (1) G Ex ia IIC T6
WT707 / WT717
3W2 / 2W2
TI807
2I1
PK610
PRKAB600
One or multichannel
passive isolator
Passive signal isolator
Programming cable
Programming cable
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (2) G [Ex ib] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (2) G [Ex ib] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
B811
B812
SI815
Power supply unit with
additional functions
Standard power
supply unit
Loop-powered supply unit
with HART protocol
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) D [Ex iaD] IIIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
C402
TV809
TV808
Alarm units
Programmable isolation
amplifier
Configurable isolation
amplifier
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) D [Ex iaD] IIIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
V604
VC603
V624
Programmable universal
transmitter
Programmable combined
transmitter / alarm units
Programmable temperature
transmitter
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) G [Ex ia] IIC
II (1) D [Ex iaD] IIIC
V608
Programmable head
transmitter
Hollow-shaft transmitter
for angular position
Safe area
Pertaining equipment
SR709
Transmitters for
angular position
Transmitters for
angular position
Position transmitter
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T6
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T6
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T6
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PROTECTION CLASSES
In many applications, electric and electronic devices
must work safely under difficult environmental
conditions for many years. The penetration of
moisture and foreign matter, e.g. dust, is to be
avoided to safeguard reliable operation.
Systems are classified in so-called IP codes which
relate to their suitability for different environmental
conditions. According to DIN
standard, the abbreviation IP stands for
International Protection while in English Ingress
Protection is used. DIN EN 60 529 contains these
classes under the heading of Classes of Protection
by Housings (IP code). The description is always
composed of the letters IP to which a two-digit
number is added showing the scope of protection
a housing provides in relation to contact or foreign
matter (first digit) and
moisture (second digit).
If one of the two digits is not required, it is replaced
by the letter X (e.g. “IPX1“).
PROTECTION CLASS FOR CONTACT AND FOREIGN MATTER (1ST DIGIT)
Digit
Protection against contact
Protection against foreign matter
0
No protection
No protection
1
protection against large-area body parts ∅50 mm Large foreign bodies (from ∅50 mm)
2
Finger protection (∅12 mm)
3
Tools and wires (from ∅2.5 mm)
Small foreign bodies (from ∅2.5 mm)
4
Tools and wires (from ∅1 mm)
Grain-shaped foreign bodies
(from ∅1 mm)
5
Wire protection (like IP 4) dust-protected
Dust deposits
6
Wire protection (like IP 4) dust-tight
No dust penetration
Medium-sized foreign bodies
(from ∅12.5 mm, lenght up to 80 mm)
PROTECTION CLASS WATER PROTECTION (2ND DIGIT)
Digit
Protection against water
0
No protection
1
Protection against vertically falling water drops
2
Protection against diagonally falling (up to 15°) water drops
3
Protection against falling spray water up to 60° against the plumb line
4
Protection against splash water from all sides
5
Protection against jets of water from any angle
6
Protection against strong jets of water (flooting)
7
Protection against temporary immersion
8
Protection against permanent immersion
9k
Protection against water in high-pressure/steam cleaning
TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS OF POSITION SENSORS
BAUD RATE
ACCURACY
CODE TYPES
The baud rate states the transmission frequency of
a serial interface in bits per second.
The absolute accuracy states the degree of
agreement between the indicated and true value.
Binary code
The binary code is structured in accordance with
the decimal system. Messages can be represented
by sequences of two different symbols (e.g. 1/0 or
correct/incorrect).
RESOLUTION
The resolution represents the capability of a
facility to separate physical variables of the same
dimension from each other. The resolution thus
indicates the smallest distinguishable difference.
In physical instruments, the resolution is often
confused with accuracy. The resolution states in
which degree of detail the measured value can be
read out while it does not have to agree with the
respective accuracy. The resolution is thus generally
higher than the accuracy.
In single-turn angular position transmitters, the
resolution states the number of measuring steps
per revolution. In multiturn angular position
transmitters, it states the number of measuring
steps per revolution and the number of revolutions.
Resolution =
Circumference
Accuracy
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Bits
Angle/bit
Resolution
9
0.703125
512
10
0.3515625
1024
11
0.1757813
2048
12
0.0878906
4096
13
0.0439453
8192
14
0.0219727
16384
ERROR LIWITH
The error liwith refers to the maximum deviation of
all measured values from the set point of a
reference standard during a 360° revolution.
REPEATABILITY
According to DIN 32 878, the repeatability indicates
the maximum dispersion of measured values of at
least five successive deviation diagrams taken in
the same direction of rotation.
Gray code
The Gray code is a single-step code in which
adjacent code words differ only in one dual digit.
This ensures that only one bit changes from item
to item.
If one uses a certain part of the complete Gray
code, a symmetrically capped Gray code results. In
this way, an even-numbered division is obtained.
If the shaft of the encoder turns clockwise, the code
values ascend. With an inversion of the highestorder bit, while the shaft is turning clockwise, also
descending code values may be generated.
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Twisted pair data and clock lines should be used
for wiring. In case of line lengths above 100m,
data and clock lines with a cross section of at least
0.25mm2 and supply voltage with at least 0.5mm2
should be installed. The clock rate is 1MHz. The
SSI clock rate depends on the max. line length and
should be adapted as follows:
Decimal BCD Code
To avoid the conversion of a decimal figure into a
binary figure, often the natural binary code is not
used but only the individual digits of the decimal
figure are binarily encoded.
SYNCHRON SERIAL INTERFACE (SSI)
The SSI function provides absolute information on
the position via a serial interface. It is particularly
suited for applications requiring reliability and
robustness in an industrial environment. The SSI
design is very simple, only two conduction pairs
are required (for clock and data) and in the sensor
little more than a shift register and a monoflop to
control the same. This provides a cost-effective
design. SSI also facilitates the connection of up to
three encoders to one common clock. This enables
the read-out of several sensors at a defined point
in time.
data
Bit n
t3
Bit n-1
Bit 3
Bit 2
Bit 1
t2
transmission of a complete data word requires n+1
rising edges (n = resolution in bits), e.g. 14 clock
signals for a complete readout of a 13 bit encoder.
After the last positive edge of the clock signal, the
data line remains on low for t3 until the encoder is
ready for a new data word. The clock line must stay
just as long on high and can subsequently start
a new read-out sequence of the encoder with a
trailing edge.
12,5 m
810 kHz
25 m
750 kHz
50 m
570 kHz
100 m
360 kHz
200 m
220 kHz
400 m
120 kHz
500 m
100 kHz
Basic services of CANopen
Several basic services are defined in CANopen:
Request:
Request of a CANopen service by
the application
Indication:
Report to the application that a
result or a certain message is
available
Response:
Response of the application to an
indication
Confirmation: Confirmation to the application
that a CANopen service is being
performed
Communication objects
The clock rate of angular position transmitters with
an SSI is the frequency of the clock signal during
data transmission. The clock rate is provided by
subsequent electronics and must range in the
respective liwiths.
CANopen uses four communication objects:
• Service Data Objects (SDO) to parameterise object
directory entries,
• Process Data Objects (PDO) to transport realtime
data,
• Network Management Objects (NMT) to control
the finite state machine of the CANopen device
and to monitor nodes,
• Further objects like synchronisation objects, time
stamps and error messages.
Clock +, clock –
Object directory
ZERO ADJUSTMENT
n clock
clock
SSI clock rate
These are SSI control lines for synchronous data
transmission. Clock + and clock – form a current
loop for the assumption of the clock rate free of
potential in SSI angular position transmitters.
Clock and data lines are on high level in idle state.
The first trailing edge starts the transmission.
The respectively rising edge outputs the data
bits successively to the data line starting with
MSB. The multiturn value output occurs first. The
T
Line length
Clock rate SSI
Data transmission is effected as follows: The pulse
provided by the control synchronises the data
transmission between the encoder and the higherranking system. To a transwithted pulse group, the
sensor responds with the transmission of position
data. The time and speed is thus determined
exactly.
t1
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In SSI angular position transmitters,
zero may be set at any point of
the resolution range without any
mechanical adjustment.
CANopen
CANopen is a communication
protocol based on CAN and used
mainly in automation engineering
and networking in complex devices. CANopen
is predominantly used in Europe. However, user
numbers are increasing both in North America
and Asia. CANopen was developed by CiA (CAN in
automation), the user and manufacturer association
for CANopen, and has been standardised in the
European EN 50 325-4 Standard since the end of
2002.
All of the device parameters are included in an
Object Directory (OD). In the CANopen device
model, the object directory is the link between
the application and the CANopen communication
unit and contains the description, data type and
structure of the parameters as well as the address
(index). The object directory is subdivided into 3
parts:
• Communication profile
• Device profile
• Manufacturer-specific part.
Further information under www.can-cia.org
Please take further technical specification from the data sheets.
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INDEX
INDEX
A210, A220 36
A230s, A230 37
Accessories Position Sensors 101
Accessories Heavy Current Monitoring 71
Active Energy Meters 116
Adapter Sleeve 102
Additional Cables 71, 101
AM-Series 26, 28
APLUS 27, 31
KINAX N702 96
KINAX N702-CANopen 97
KINAX N702-SSI 98
KINAX N702-INOX 99
KINAX N702-INOX HART 100
KINAX WT707 86
KINAX WT717 88
KINAX WT720 80
Kit Mounting Clamp 102
Kit of Torque Support 102
B
L
Basics 136
Bellow Coupling 105
Bushing-Type Current Transformers 127
LINAX DR2000 70
LINAX DR3000 70
LINAX IR7100 18
LINAX PQ3000 40
Load Optimisation 125
A
C
CB-Analyzer 73
CB-Manager 73
Configuration Software 74
Converter from USB to RS485 72
Converter from USB to RS232-TT 72
Compact Line Energy Meters 118
M
D
Mavosys 10 42
Mounting Angle 103
Mounting Plate 103
Mounting Foot 104
Mounting Flange 104
Multifunctional Energy Meters 112
Data Management Software 130
DCM 817 50
O
E
Electromagnetic Compatibility 138
Energymanagement 110
Energymanagement Software 129
Energy Meters 112
Environmental Testing 137
Explosion Protection 142
Extension Modules 38
F
F534 12
F535 13
G
G536 14
G537 15
Galvanic Isolation 140
H
Helical and Cross-Slotted Coupling 106
High-Voltage Isolation Amplifier 16, 61
I
I538, I542 7
I552 8
Inclination Transmitters 94
Interface Modules 119
Intrinsically Safe 144
Important Drive System Variables 108
K
KINAX 2W2 92
KINAX 3W2 90
KINAX HW730 82
KINAX HW730 PoE 84
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Overview Energymanagement 111
Overview Extension Modules 38
Overview Multifunctional Instruments for
Top-Hat Rail 19
Overview Multifunctional Instruments
Display / Panel 26
Overview Position Sensors 77
Overview Power System Monitoring 5
Overview Signal Converter Active 45
Overview Signal Converter Multifunctional 46
Overview Signal Converter Passive 44
Overview Unifunctional Transducers for
Top-Hat Rail 6
Overview Videographic Recorders 69
P
P530 11
Plug connector 101
Power Quality 39
PQ-Auswerte-Software 42
Process Control Engineering 43
Programming Cables 71, 101
Protection Classes 146
SINEAX SI815 51
SINEAX TI801/802 50
SINEAX TI807 51
SINEAX TI816 49
SINEAX TP619 57
SINEAX TV804 56
SINEAX TV808-11, TV808-12, TV808-115 60, 61
SINEAX TV809 63
SINEAX TV815 56
SINEAX TV819 58
SINEAX TV829 16, 61
SINEAX TVD825 57
SINEAX V604s 64, 65
SINEAX VB604s 66
SINEAX VC604s 67
SINEAX VQ604s 68
SINEAX V608 47
SINEAX V610 47
SINEAX V611 48
SINEAX V620-1 55
SINEAX V624 62
SINEAX VS30 48
SINEAX VS40 52
SINEAX VS46 52
SINEAX VS50 53
SINEAC VS52 53
SINEAX VS54 54
SINEAX VS70 54
SIRAX Display-Series 34, 35
SIRAX DIN Rail-Series 16
SMARTCONTROL 122
SMARTCOLLECT 75, 130
SMARTLOGGER 124
Split-Core Current Transformers 126
Spring Washer Coupling 107
Summation Stations 120
T
Technical Definition Position Sensors 146
Test Confirmation 135
Test Record 135
Transmitter for Angular Position 78
U
Q531 11
U180A / U180B / U180C 119
U181A / U187A/B / U189A/B 118
U201A / U201B 124
U300A 122
U543, U539 9
U553, U554 10
U1281 / U1381 / U1387 / U1289 / U1389 115
U2281/ U2289 / U 2381 / U2387 / U2389 112
U1500 125
S
V
Q
Selection Criteria for Shaft Couplings 109
Services 132
SINEAX 2I1 49
SINEAX A20 72
SINEAX B811 58
SINEAX B812 59
SINEAX CAM 22
SINEAX DM5S / DM5F 21
Videographic Recorders 69
W
Wound-Primary Current Transformers 128
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NOTES
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