MULTICAL® 602
MULTICAL® 602
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EN 1434
MID-2004/22/EC
M11 0200
Heat and cooling meters with unlimited communication
Application
MULTICAL® 602 is an all-purpose
energy calculator for heat and cooling together with almost any kind of
pulsed flow sensors and with 2 or 4
wired temperature sensor pairs. Used
together with Kamstrup ultrasonic
flow sensor ULTRAFLOW®, even more
advanced functions are available. On
account of its pinpoint accuracy the
meter registers precise consumption
throughout the whole lifetime of the
meter. The meter is maintenance-free
and has a long lifetime which guarantees minimum yearly operating costs.
MULTICAL® 602 is used for heat, cooling and combined heat /cooling measurement in all water-based systems
with temperatures from 2°C to 180°C
for heat and 2°C to 50°C for cooling.
Functionality
MULTICAL® 602 is used as heat
meter together with the flow sensor,
ULTRAFLOW® 54 and two temperature
sensors. Flow sizes range from qp 0.6
m³/h to 1,000 m³/h. In cooling applications up to qp 100 m³/h the meter
is connected to ULTRAFLOW® 14
and temperature sensors, whereas
the meter is used together with
ULTRAFLOW® 54 in cooling applications from qp 150 m³/h to qp 1,000
m³/h. The calculator can be used with
flow parts up to qp 3,000 m³/h.
MULTICAL® 602 is characterized by
its complete range of communication
modules and integral RTC (Real Time
Clock), which make it easy to fit the
meter into all applications independent of reading type. The meter can
be fitted with LON, SIOX, M-Bus, a
data module and the new solutions
Metasys N2 and Ethernet/IP for wired
communication. If the meter is to be
integrated into a wireless network,
you can select radio, Wireless M-Bus,
Zigbee or one of Kamstrup‘s new
modules: GSM/GPRS or High Power
RadioRouter.
The calculator‘s info codes and data
loggers make up an invaluable tool
for troubleshooting, error correction
and analysis of energy consumption.
The info logger constantly monitors a
number of key functions in the meter,
such as error in measuring system,
power failure, leak, burst, or mounting
of sensor in wrong flow direction. In
such cases a flashing ”INFO” and an
info code appear in the display.
MULTICAL® 602 saves consumption
data on a yearly, monthly, daily and
hourly basis, which provides the
operations manager with a complete
performance analysis.
Operations optimisation
In case of power failure data is backed
up, thus securing billing of consumption data. If the meter is supplied with
battery, the battery lifetime has been
considerably increased – up to 13
years incl. Wireless M-Bus.
Finally, MULTICAL® 602 with
ULTRAFLOW® and the precisely
matched temperature sensors guarantee accurate measuring results even at
minimal temperature differences. The
flow sensor‘s long-term stability and
accuracy are not influenced by flow
velocity, flow disturbances or wear,
which ensures an optimal operation.
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Content
Calculator functions
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Pulse outputs and pulse inputs of the modules
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Cabinet design
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Approved meter data
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Electrical data
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Mechanical data
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Materials15
Order specifications
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Tolerance band
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Dimentional sketches
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Accessories20
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Calculator functions
Energy calculation
MULTICAL® 602 calculates energy based on the formula in prEN 1434-1:2009, in which the international
temperature scale from 1990 (ITS-90) and the pressure definition of 16 bar is used.
The energy calculation can in a simplified way be expressed as:
Energy = V x ∆Θ x k.
V
is the supplied water volume
∆Θ
is the temperature difference measured
k
is the thermal coefficient of water
The calculator always calculates energy in [Wh], and then it is converted into the selected measuring
unit.
E [Wh] =
V x ∆Θ x k x 1000
E [kWh] =
E [Wh] / 1.000
E [MWh] =
E [Wh] / 1.000.000
E [GJ] =
E [Wh] / 277.780
E [Gcal] =
E [Wh] / 1.163.100
Application types
MULTICAL® 602 operates with 9 different energy formulas, E1...E9, that are all calculated in parallel in
connection with each integration no matter how the meter is configured.
The energy types E1 to E9 are calculated as follows:
E1=V1(T1-T2)k Heat energy
(V1 in flow or return)
E2=V2(T1-T2)k Heat energy
(V2 in return)
E3=V1(T2-T1)k Cooling energy (V1 in flow or return)
E4=V1(T1-T3)k Flow energy
E5=V2(T2-T3)k Return energy or tapping from return
E6=V2(T3-T4)k Tap water energy, separate
E7=V2(T1-T3)k Tap water energy, flow pipe
E8=m³xT1
Basis for calculating volume based average temperatures in flow
E9=m³xT2
Basis for calculating volume based average temperatures in return
This renders MULTICAL® 602 capable of calculating the heat and cooling energy of most applications,
both closed and open systems.
All energy types are data logged and can be displayed independent of configuration.
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Example 1:
Closed thermal system with 1 or 2 flow sensors
Example 2:
Closed thermal system with 2 flow sensors
Example 3:
2 heat circuits with joint flow
Example 4:
Open system with 2 flow sensors
Flow measurement
MULTICAL® 602 calculates current water flow according to two different principles depending on the connected flow sensor type:
– The flow indication of electronic flow meters is updated every 10 seconds.
– The flow indication of mechanical flow meters, typically with reed contact, is calculated on the basis of periodic time measurement and is updated with each volume pulse.
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Power measurement
MULTICAL® 602 calculates current power on the basis of current water flow and the temperature difference measured in connection with the latest integration.
Current power is updated in the display simultaneously with the flow update.
Min. and max. flow and power
MULTICAL® 602 registers minimum and maximum flow and power on a monthly as well as on a yearly
basis. The registrations which appear from the display or can be read via data communication include
max. and min. flow and power values, all with date indication.
All max. and min. values are calculated as largest and smallest average respectively of a number of
current flow or power measurements. The average period used for all calculations is selected in the
interval 1…1440 min.
Temperature measurement
MULTICAL® 602 is available in different versions for either Pt100 or Pt500 sensors as well as in 2-wire
and 4-wire versions.
The measuring circuit includes a high resolution analog/digital converter with a temperature range of
0.00...185.00°C.
In addition to current temperatures for the energy calculation average temperatures on a yearly and
monthly basis can also be displayed.
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Display functions
MULTICAL® 602 is equipped with a clear LC display including 8 digits, units of measurement and information panel. In connection with energy and volume readings 7 digits and the units of measurement to
match are used, whereas 8 digits are used when e.g. meter number is read.
As a starting point the display shows accumulated energy. When the push buttons are activated the
display reacts immediately by calling other readings. The display automatically returns to accumulated
energy reading 4 minutes after the latest activation of the push buttons.
MULTICAL® 602
The upper push button is used to switch between the primary readings. The consumers typically use the first primary
readings in connection with self-reading for billing purposes.
The lower push button is used to show secondary information on the selected primary reading.
Set/reset function
The set/reset function of MULTICAL® 602 makes it possible to change a number of parameters by means
of the two buttons on the meter’s front.
The following parameters can be changed:
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Date
Hour
Input A (preset of register)
Input B (preset of register)
Meter no. of Input A
Meter no. of Input B
Pulse value for Input A
Pulse value for Input B
Primary M-Bus address
Operating hour counter (reset)
Info-event counter (reset)
As the installation seal is broken, the change can only be made by the energy supplier.
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Info codes
MULTICAL® 602 constantly monitors a number of important functions,
e.g. power supply, temperature sensors and leakage alarms. Should a serious error occur in the measuring system or in the installation, a flashing
“info” will appear in the display whilst the error exists. The “Info” panel
will automatically disappear when the error has been corrected.
An info event logger indicates how many times the info code has been
changed.
An error hour counter registers the hours during which the info code exceeds zero.
The info logger stores the latest 50 changes, of which 36 can be displayed.
Info code
Description
Response time
0
No irregularities
-
1
Supply voltage has been cut off
-
8
Temperature sensor T1 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
4
Temperature sensor T2 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
32
Temperature sensor T3 outside measuring range
1…10 min.
64
Leak in the cold-water system
1 day
256
Leak in the heating system
1 day
512
Burst in the heating system
120 sec.
Connecting ULTRAFLOW ® 54 to MULTICAL ® 602, 2-way communication is achieved between the flow
meter and calculator and an additional set of info codes are available:
Info code
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Response time
16
Flow sensor V1, Data communication error
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
1024
Flow sensor V2, Data communication error
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
2048
Flow sensor V1, Wrong meter factor
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
128
Flow sensor V2, Wrong meter factor
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
4096
Flow sensor V1, Signal too low (Air)
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
8192
Flow sensor V2, Signal too low (Air)
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
16384
Flow sensor V1, Wrong flow direction
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
32768
Flow sensor V2, Wrong flow direction
After reset and 1 day (00:00)
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Data loggers
MULTICAL® 602 contains a permanent memory (EEPROM), where the results of a number of various data
loggers are stored. The meter contains the following data loggers which can be read on the display or via
serial data:
Data logging interval
Data logging depth
Logged value
Yearly logger
15 years
Counter registers
(as seen on the display)
Monthly logger
36 months
Counter registers
(as seen on the display)
Daily logger
460 days
Consumption (increase)/day
Hourly logger
1392 hours
Consumption (increase)/hour
Programmable data logger
(option)
1080 loggings
Logging interval 1-1440 min.
(e.g. 45 days’ hour loggings or
11 days‘ 15 min. loggings)
30 registers and values
Info logger
50 events
Info code, date, time and energy
(E1/E2)
Leak surveillance
16
14
Leakage
Lækageini kg/hour
kg/time
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
400
410
420
430
440
450
460
-2
Number
of days
Antal dage
District heating systems
The leak surveillance system is primarily intended for direct connected district heating installations. The
surveillance system consists of two water meters based on the ultrasonic principle, placed in flow and
return pipe respectively, and of temperature sensors in both pipes. MULTICAL® 602 monitors the mass
difference that may appear between flow and return pipe.
Cold-water systems The pulse signal from the cold-water meter of the house can be connected to MULTICAL® 602. In this
way it can monitor the cold-water consumption. A flushing toilet cistern, leaky heating coils in the water
tanks or other leaks will cause that impulses from the cold-water meter are received 24 hours a day.
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Voltage supply
MULTICAL® 602 is available with battery supply, 230 VAC mains module, or 24 VAC mains module. The
supply modules are exchangeable without breaking the verification seal.
Plug-in modules
Plug-in modules can be added to MULTICAL® 602 both in the calculator top (top modules) and in the
base unit (base modules), in this way the meter can adapt to various applications and data reading
methods. The modules can be seen in “Order specifications” on page 16.
Programming and verification
METERTOOL for MULTICAL® 602 is a Windows® -based software which includes all facilities for calculator programming. If the software is used together with VERIFICATION EQUIPMENT for MULTICAL® 602, the
calculator can be tested and verified.
Tariff functions
MULTICAL® 602 has 2 extra registers TA2 and TA3 to accumulate energy
parallelly to the main register based on a programmed tariff condition.
No matter which tariff type you select the tariff registers will be displayed as TA2 and TA3.
The main register is always accumulated, irrespective of the selected
tariff function, as it is considered the legal billing register. Tariff conditions TL2 and TL3 are monitored before each integration. If the tariff
conditions are fulfilled, the consumed heat energy is accumulated in
either TA2 or TA3, as well as the main register.
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Pulse outputs and pulse inputs of the modules
Pulse outputs CE and CV
MULTICAL® 602 has pulse outputs for energy and volume pulses respectively. CE on terminals 16-17 releases one pulse per least significant digit of the energy count in the display and CV on terminals 18-19
releases one pulse per least significant digit of the volume count in the
display.
If a higher resolution of pulse outputs is required, a CCC code with high
resolution must be selected.
Pulse inputs VA and VB
MULTICAL® 602 has two extra pulse inputs, VA and VB, to collect and
accumulate pulses remotely, e.g from cold-water meters and electricity
meters. The pulse inputs are physically placed on the plug-in modules.
The pulse inputs VA and VB function independently of the other inputs/
outputs.
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Cabinet design
Top module
Connector between the
top and bottom
Cable relief
Pulse outputs
(CE and CV)
Connection terminals for
power supply/battery
Connection terminals for
temperature sensors
(T1 + T2)
Power supply/battery
Connection terminals for
flow sensors (V1+V2)
Cable relief
Connection terminals
for temperature sensors
(T3)
Base module
Pulse inputs (VA and VB)
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Approved meter data
Approval
Standard: EN 1434:2007, prEN 1434:2009 and OIML R75:2002
EU-directives
– MID (Measuring Instruments Directive)
– LVD (Low Voltage Directive)
– EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive)
Heat meter
– Approval
– Temperature range
– Differential range
DK-0200-MI004-020
θ: 2°C...180°C
∆Θ: 3 K...170 K
Cooling meter
– Temperature range
– Differential range
θ: 2°C...50°C
∆Θ: 3 K...40 K
Accuracy
EC ±(0.5 + ∆Θmin/∆Θ)%
Temperature sensors
– Type 67-A
– Type 67-B+67-D
– Type 67-C
Pt100 EN 60 751, 2-wire connection
Pt500 EN 60 751, 4-wire connection
Pt500 EN 60 751, 2-wire connection
Flow sensor types
The stated minimum temperatures
apply to the type approval only. The
meter has no cutoff for low temperature and thus measures as low
temperatures as 0.01°C and 0.01 K.
– ULTRAFLOW®
– Electronic meters with active 24 V pulse output
– Mechanical meters with electronic pick-up
– Mechanical meters with reed switch
Flow sensor sizes
– [kWh]
– [MWh]
– [GJ]
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 15 m3/h
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 1500 m3/h
qp 0.6 m3/h...qp 3000 m3/h
EN 1434 designation
Environmental class A and C
MID designation
– Mechanical environment
– Electromagnetic environment
Class M1
Class E1 and E2
Electrical data
Calculator data
Typical accuracy
– Calculator
– Sensor set
EC ±(0.15 + 2/∆Θ)%
ET ±(0.4 + 4/∆Θ)%
Display
LCD – 7 (8) digits with a digit heigth of 7.6 mm
Resolution
9999.999 – 99999.99 – 999999.9 – 9999999
Energy units
MWh – kWh – GJ – Gcal
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Electrical data
Data logger (Eeprom)
– Standard
– Option
1392 hours, 460 days, 36 months, 15 years, 50 info codes
Data loggers with programmable interval
Clock/calendar
Clock, calendar, leap-year compensation, target date, Real time
clock with battery back-up
Data communication
KMP protocol with CRC16 used for optical communication and for
top and base modules
Power in temperature sensors
< 10 µW RMS
Supply voltage
3.6 VDC ± 0.1 VDC
Battery
3.65 VDC, D-cell lithium
Closed circuit
< 35 µA excluding flow sensor
Replacement interval
– Mounted on wall
– Mounted on flow sensor
12 + 1 years @ tBAT < 30°C
10 years @ tBAT < 40°C
The replacement interval is reduced when using data modules,
frequent data communication or high ambient temperature.
Mains supply
230 VAC +15/-30%, 50/60 Hz
24 VAC ±50%, 50/60 Hz
Insulation voltage
4 kV
Power supply
<1W
Backup supply
Integral super-cap eliminates operational stop-down due to
shortterm power cuts (this only applies for supply modules type
602-0000-7 and 602-0000-8).
EMC data
Meets prEN 1434-4:2009 Class C (MID Class E2)
Temperature measurement
Sensor inputs T1, T2, T3
– Measuring range
0.00…185.00°C
Temperature T3, T4
– Preset range
0.01…180.00°C
Max. cable lengths
– Pt100, 2-wire
– Pt500, 2-wire
– Pt500, 4-wire
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2 x 0.25 mm²: 2.5 m
2 x 0.50 mm²: 5 m
2 x 0.25 mm²: 10 m
2 x 0.50 mm²: 20 m
4 x 0.25 mm²: 100 m
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Electrical data
Flow measuring
V1 and V2
ULTRAFLOW®
V1: 9-10-11 and V2: 9-69-11
Reed switches
V1: 10-11 and V2: 69-11
24 V active pulses
V1: 10B-11B and V2: 69B-79B
EN 1434 pulse class
IC
IB
(IA)
Pulse input
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
12 mA at 24 V
Pulse ON
< 0.4 V for > 0.5 msec.
< 0.4 V for > 100 msec.
< 4 V for > 3 msec.
Pulse OFF
> 2.5 V for > 10 msec.
> 2.5 V for > 100 msec.
> 12 V for > 10 msec.
Pulse frequency
< 128 Hz
< 1 Hz
< 128 Hz
Integration frequency
< 1 Hz
< 1 Hz
< 1 Hz
Electrical isolation
No
No
2 kV
Max. cable length
10 m
25 m
100 m
Pulse inputs without bounce damping VA and VB
VA: 65-66 og VB: 67-68
Water meter connection
FF(VA) and GG(VB) = 71…90
Electricity meter connection
FF(VA) and GG(VB) = 50…60
Pulse input
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
Pulse ON
< 0.4 V for > 30 msec.
< 0.4 V for > 30 msec.
Pulse OFF
> 2.5 V for > 100 msec.
> 2.5 V for > 100 msec.
Pulse frequency
< 1 Hz
< 3 Hz
Electrical isolation
No
No
Max. cable length
25 m
25 m
Leakage current at function open < 1µA
Requirements to external contact
Pulse inputs with bounce damping VA and VB
VA: 65-66 og VB: 67-68
Water meter connection
FF(VA) and GG(VB) = 01…40
Pulse input
680 kΩ pull-up to 3.6 V
Pulse ON
< 0.4 V for > 200 msec.
Pulse OFF
> 2.5 V for > 500 msec.
Pulse frequency
< 1 Hz
Electrical isolation
No
Max. cable length
25 m
Requirements to external contact
Leakage current at function open < 1µA
Pulse outputs CE and CV
Via top module 67-OB
Via top module 602-OC
Type
Opto FET
Open collector (OB)
Pulse length
Optional 32 msec. or 100 msec.
External voltage
5…48 VDC/AC
5…30 VDC
Current
1…50 mA
1…10 mA
Residual voltage
RON ≤ 40 Ω
UCE ≈ 1 V at 10 mA
Electrical isolation
2 kV
2 kV
Max. cable length
25 m
25 m
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Mechanical data
Environmental class
Meets EN 1434 Class A and C
Ambient temperature
5…55°C non condensing, closed location (indoor installation)
Protection class
IP54
Storage temperature
-20…60°C (drained flow meter)
Weight
0.4 kg excluding sensors and flow sensor
Connection cables
ø3.5…6 mm
Supply cable
ø5…10 mm
Top co ver
PC
Base unit
ABS with TPE gaskets (thermoplastic elastomer)
Print box
ABS
Wall bracket
PC + 30% glass
Materials
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Order specifications
MULTICAL® 602
Type 602-
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Sensor connection
Pt100 2-wire (T1-T2)
A
Pt500 4-wire (T1-T2)
B
Pt500 2-wire (T1-T2-T3)
C
Pt500 4-wire (T1-T2) w/24 V pulse inputs
D
Top module
No module
0
RTC + ∆Energy calculation + hourly data logger
2
RTC + PQ or ∆t-limiter + hourly data logger
3
RTC + data output + hourly data logger
5
RTC + M-Bus
7
RTC + ∆Volume + hourly data logger
9
RTC + 2 pulse outputs for CE and CV + hourly data logger + scheduler
A
RTC + 2 pulse outputs for CE and CV + prog. data logger
B
2 pulse outputs CE and CV
C
Base module
No module
00
Data + pulse inputs
10
M-Bus + pulse inputs
20
Radio Router + pulse inputs
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Prog. datalogger + RTC + 4…20 mA inputs + pulse inputs
22
0/4…20 mA outputs
23
LonWorks, FTT-10A + pulse inputs
24
Radio + pulse inputs (internal antenna) 434 or 444 MHz
25
Radio + pulse inputs (external antenna connection) 434 or 444 MHz
26
M-Bus module with alternative registers + pulse inputs
27
M-Bus module with medium data package + pulse inputs
28
M-Bus module with MC-III data package + pulse inputs
29
Wireless M-Bus Mode C1 + pulse inputs
30
ZigBee 2.4 GHz int.ant. + pulse inputs
60
Metasys N2 (RS485) + pulse inputs
62
SIOX module (Auto detect Baud rate)
64
GSM/GPRS (GSM6H)
80
Require High Power supply modules
Ethernet/IP (IP201)
82
High Power Radio Router + pulse inputs
84
Supply
No supply
Battery, D-cell
230 VAC High Power isolated SMPS
24 VAC High Power isolated SMPS
230 VAC isolated linear supply
24 VAC isolated linear supply
Pt500 sensor set
No sensor set
Pocket sensor set w/1.5 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/3.0 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/5 m cable
Pocket sensor set w/10 m cable
Short direct sensor set w/1.5 m cable
Short direct sensor set w/3.0 m cable
3 Pocket sensors in sets w/1.5 m cable
3 Short direct sensors in sets w/1.5 m cable
Flow sensor/pick-up unit
Supplied w/1 ULTRAFLOW®
(Please specify type)
Supplied w/2 (identical) ULTRAFLOW®
(Please specify type)
Prepared for 1 ULTRAFLOW®
(Please specify type)
Prepared for 2 (identical) ULTRAFLOW®
(Please specify type)
Prepared for meters w/electronic pulse output
Prepared for meters w/reed switch output (both V1 and V2)
Prepared for meters w/24 V active pulses
Meter type
Heat meter (MID module B + D)
Heat meter, closed systems
Cooling meter
Heat/cooling meter
Volume meter, hot water
Volume meter, cooling water
Energy meter, open systems
Country code (language on label etc.)
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0
2
3
4
7
8
00
0A
0B
0C
0D
0F
0G
0L
Q3
1
2
7
8
K
L
M
2
4
5
6
7
8
9
XX
When placing orders please state ULTRAFLOW® type numbers separately.
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Tolerance band
Max. permitted error [%]
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The above diagram shows the tolerance band of MULTICAL® 602 compared to the tolerance requirements of EN 1434.
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Dimentional sketches
MULTICAL® 602 mounted on ULTRAFLOW®
10190
45°
63
27
81
91
Front dimensions of MULTICAL® 602
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Dimentional sketches
Wall-mounted MULTICAL® 602
seen from the side
Panel-mounted MULTICAL® 602
seen from the side
Panel mounted MULTICAL® 602 seen from the front
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Accessories
Description
Type No.
D-cell battery
66-00-200-100
230 VAC High Power isolated SMPS
60200003000000
24 VAC High Power isolated SMPS
60200004000000
230 VAC isolated linear supply
60200007000000
24 VAC isolated linear supply
60200008000000
Pulse transmitter/divider for 602-A and 602-C
66-99-624
4-wire connection PCB with pulse inputs for 24 V active pulses (for 602-D)
66-99-614
Data cable w/USB plug
66-99-098
Infrared optical reading head w/USB plug
66-99-099
Infrared optical reading head w/D-sub 9F
66-99-102
Data cable RS232, D-sub 9F
66-99-106
Infrared optical reading head for Kamstrup/EVL w/USB plug
66-99-144
Verification unit (used with METERTOOL)
66-99-397/-398/-399
Temperature sensor set with connecting head (2/4 wired)
65-56-4x-xxx
External communication box
67-9x-xxxxx-2xx
METERTOOL for MULTICAL® 602
66-99-718
METERTOOL LogView for MULTICAL® 602
66-99-719
Please contact Kamstrup A/S for questions concerning further accessories.
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