Setup and Operation
of ’TANK SPION LX’ tank monitoring devices
LX-2 / LX-2-R
LX-Q
LX-NET / LX-Q-NET
LX-GSM / LX-Q-GSM
software version
software version
software version
software version
V6.0x
V6.0x
V6.0x
V6.0x
or higher
or higher
or higher
or higher
Content:
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Page:
Device setup and probe mounting
2
Control elements and display
2
Setup / Programming
4
Programming examples
7
Tank with interior mantle
8
Special parameters
9
Error codes / error display
12
Add. setup LX-NET / LX-Q-NET
13
Add. setup LX-GSM / LX-Q-GSM
14
Order numbers
15
Maintenance
16
Setup and Operation
P. 1
Device setup and probe mounting
Concerning installation and mounting as well as regulations and operation please check the corresponding device documentation.
The initial setup is to be performed after completed mounting.
The monitoring devices of the LX-series are to be used for tank content measurement and if
applicable for data forwarding or transmission.
For programming of the device the subsequent description is to be followed.
Determine the tank data beforehand and enter it in the menu input steps.
To enter the menu mode from the displaying mode press the [Enter] push button.
Confirm the ‘Exit’ menu item in step 0 or 7 or 8 to exit the programming mode and return to the
general displaying mode.
This tank content measuring system is not a safety device.
The device can support the safety device of the tank but cannot replace it.
Control elements and display
Pushbuttons
The device setting is to be performed via three little blue pushbuttons: [ + ] [Enter] [ - ]
They are located on the electronic PCB between the connecting clamps.
Language
The menu operating language is selectable via menu item 18 by pressing the buttons
[Enter] [ + ] [ + ] [ + ] . . . 18. Language/Sprache [Enter] . . .
The setup of the device has to be completed once during the initial setup. After the initial setup
the device operates in the displaying mode with closed cover.
Display panel
The LCD-display consists of 2 rows of 16 characters.
The display has a background lighting for the best readability at all lighting conditions.
Depending on the number of connected measuring probes the following display will be shown:
One tank:
Two or more tanks, paging forward… :
T1 Name
Content/L
Fillspace/L
cm/%
Tank 2: =>
...
T2 Name
Content/L
Fillspace/L
cm/%
In case of more than one tank the displaying of the single tanks shown above can be extended
by showing the total inventory and the percent values of the single tanks.
At menue item ‘6. View’ select ‘Percent = YES ( / No)
Liters T1
Liters T3
P. 2
Liters T2
Liters T4
(paging forward to)
Setup and Operation
Total invent. ∑ Liters
% values: T1 T2 T3 T4
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Choose the displaying mode:
In menu step ‘6. View‘ the favored displaying mode has to be selected.
Therefore the menu steps 1 to 5b need to be setup.
The upper display line shows the name of the tank/fluid.
The tank can be renamed in ’18. Language+Name‘.
The lower display line can show the fillable free space in the tank and /or the inventory volume in
percent up to the filling limiter or the present cm level.
Setup: View tanks ‘Single/Details’
In line 2: Fillable space (-) L + Vol. percent:
(bottom left)
(bottom right)
In line 2: Fillable space (-) L + Level in cm:
In line 2: Volume percent + Level in cm:
RECOMMENDATION:
Choose displaying of fillable space + % or cm.
In case of tank filling the person has to determine the fillable free space in the tank
before start fueling.
Another benefit:
In the graphic above the left value in the lower line shows –x.xxxL
That is the fillable free space as well as the consumed amount since last time
the tank has been fueled up to the filling limit.
ALTERNATIVE In case of a LX-Q-xxx device
with 2 or 3 or 4 measuring probes (3 tanks in example)
the displaying may be setup to ‘common/together‘.
(Shows only the Liter values, without paging forward.)
Additionally the total inventory ∑ can be displayed,
showing the Liter sum and the single % values of
each tank: Select ‘Percent values = YES’
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Setup and Operation
P. 3
Setup / Programming
To enter the setup menu press the [Enter] pushbutton.
The setup menu consists of the basic menu items 1 to 7.
The specific menu items 9 to 24 contain extra adjustments.
The device types LX-Q, LX-Q-NET and LX-Q-GSM are compatible to link and display more than
one measuring probe. In this case the number of the tanks is requested before the menu is entered.
Press [Enter] one time and then select the number of the tank by pressing [ + ] / [ - ].
The following parameter adjustments refer to that tank number.
Press [ + ] to navigate to a particular menu item. Enter the parameterization of a particular menu
item by pressing [Enter] and confirm the selected value.
Input function:
Menu main item
Description
For which
device
Preselection of tank
number i
For more than one linked tank / measuring probe:
select ‘Tank number 1’ ... up to ‘Tank number 4’.
LX-Q-GSM
LX-Q-NET
LX-Q
0. Exit
Entering the programming mode. Use [+] to go further.
Also leaving the programming. Leave with [OK].
1. Measure probe
Setup range of the level probe:
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Range:
Max.height of oil tank Water column
100 mbar
1,25 m
1,00 m
150 mbar
1,85 m
1,50 m
2,00 m
200 mbar
2,50 m
250 mbar
3,00 m
2,50 m
400 mbar
4,90 m
4,00 m
500 mbar
6,00 m
5,00 m
1000 mbar
12,0 m
10,0 m
2000 mbar
20,0 m
5000 mbar
50,0 m
Or ‘Set mbar’, for specific measuring range of the probe.
‘By calibration’ is displayed when ‘Trim height’ has been executed in menu item 10. (Probe range is not relevant then.)
2. Liquid
Selection of measuring liquid (specific weight of the liquid):
Select the
pressure
range of
the measure
probe.
Do not enter
the liquid
level here.
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Heating oil, water, diesel oil , bio diesel oil, AdBlue, motor oil, * = with special
type of probe
RME/FAME, rapeseed oil, palm oil*, gasoline*, ...
Or enter the ‘Density value’ in xxx kg / m3.
Use [+] [-].
If the density value of the liquid is unknown calibrate the
device via menu item ‘10.Trim height’
‘By calibration’ is displayed when ‘Trim height’ has been
executed in menu item 10. In that case the parameter
‘Liquid’ (resp. density) is not relevant.
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3. Tank shape
Selection of the shape of the holding tank:
Alternatively just 1 special tank geometry can be setup
by a ‘Bearing chart’ for liter conversion.
Linear
Default: Linear tank.
Rectangular tank; vertical cylinder; steel cellar tank.
Cylindric horiz
( < 50m3 )
Cylindric tank, up to 45m³.
Horizontal lying steel tank. Typical tank shape for
outdoor and buried tanks. Diameter <= 250cm
Ball-shaped
Spherical tank.
Ball-shaped subgrounded tank;
common subgrounded plastic tanks (GRP).
Oval
Oval cellar tank.
Typical shape of GRP plastic tanks
Convex
Convex plastic tank, mostly as a battery.
Slightly bellied tank shape
Concave
Concave plastic tank, mostly as a battery.
Concaved tank shape.
Holed plastic
Plastic tank with large cavity.
Hollow in the middle of the tank’s body.
(No ring bandages)
Cylindric horiz
( >= 50m3 )
Huge cylindric tank > 50m3.
Horizontal lying cylindric steel tank. Typical
tank shape for large industrial tanks, often buried.
Mostly 50m3 – 100m3 and diam. 249 or 289 cm.
Steel tank or battery tanks group,
mostly single-walled tanks:
Linear side panels, w. hemicycles at top a. bottom.
Steel tanks
Bearing chart
(input of 1
special chart)
Reference table: Basic value table with up to
15 pairs of values ‘cm => liter’ for the non-linear
regions of the tank.
Value input
from an
existing
bearing chart
for the tank
Step 4 (Tank volume) and Step 5 (Tank height)
have to be set up beforehand.
Value pairs for 0% ( 0.0 cm => 0 L) and 100%
(tank height => volume) are already set and
do not have to be entered again.
Index [1] xxx.x cm => xxxx L
Index [2] . . . . . cm => . . . . L
Index [n] . . . . . cm => . . . . L
Non-linear region: Enter several value pairs.
Linear region:
Enter only begin and end pairs.
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Unsymmetrical or
other tank shape.
Individual
tank shape
P. 5
Input function:
Menu main item
Description
4. Tank volume
Enter the tank volume by [+] [-]. ( 100% value)
Preadjustment is 0 L . The value must be entered.
In case of tanks > 1.000.000 units see menu item 12 too.
Attention:
If a bearing chart is available, please utilize total value.
For a buried tank of ~100 m3 it may be e.g. 100600 liters.
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5. Tank height
Enter the interior height of the tank in cm: e.g. 249.0 cm
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For which
device
Attention: If a bearing chart is available it is recommended
to take the max. value pair out of the chart.
E.g. in case of a 100 m3 buried tank (subgrounded)
the exact value could be 288.6 cm.
5b. Filling limit
Enter the filling limit of the tank:
Oil tanks mostly have a filling limiter which defines the
filling stop point. The default value is 95%.
If for example a large water tank can be filled to its
upper rim then enter 99%.
e.g. Filling limit: 95%=190cm Change value by + / -
6. View
The upper display line shows the tank name and inventory
in Liters (depending on selection in menu item 12).
Select the displaying in display line 2:
View details:
a) Fillspace+Percent
b) Fillspace+Level (cm)
c) Percent+Level
(% + cm)
For oil tanks a) or b) is recommended to show the
fillable free space up to the limiter.
- collective
- Displaying tanks without shifting over.
Liters of tank 1 to tank n will be
displayed together, see page 2.
- single/detailed - All connected tanks are shown in
detail by shifting over one by one.
L + % (+ temperature) are displayed.
- total sum Σ: Y/N Displays whole inventory of all tanks
beside the single tanks details, see p.2
7. Relay
or Exit
Switching function of relay 1: Inactive / Active / On / Off
- Inactive Effect: The relay does not operate depending
on the contents. No relay state is
displayed or comes with the messages.
- Active
Effect: The relay operates depending on the
contents level.
- On
Makes the relay operate ( fix ON, closed ).
- Off
Makes the relay release ( fix OFF ).
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Only for
LX-Q
LX-(Q)-GSM
LX-(Q)-NET
LX-2-R
LX-GSM
LX-NET
Example: Switching point setup for ’Active’ (with hysteresis):
P. 6
On 10%
Off 15%
- Enter relay‘s operating point by + / - Enter relay’s releasing point by + / -
On +35°C
Off +45°C
- Enter relay’s operating point by + / - Enter relay’s releasing point by + / Setup and Operation
LX-2-R
LX-GSM
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The relay is without switching function if both values are set
to 0% and the temperature switching points are set to 0°C.
LX-NET
In case of LX-2-R also setup the switching points for relay 2. LX-2-R
8. Exit
Press [Enter] to leave the setup mode (parameter input).
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Menu items 9 – 24
Steps 9 – 24 contain special settings.
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After setting up step 1 to 7 the standard programming is completed. The device automatically
returns to the usual displaying mode by confirming the ‘Exit’ step. The display shows the present
tank content. Mount the device’s cover after completing the initial setup!
Programming examples
Example 1 Cellar welded heating oil tank for 6000 L of heating oil, linear steel tank.
Interior height 165 cm, (current level: 125 cm) level probe 0 - 200 mbar
Device LX-2-R: Relay 1 has to operate when liquid level is at 500 liters (8%):
Menu item
Input
1. Measuring probe
2. Liquid
3. Tank shape
4. Tank volume
5. Tank height
5b. Filling limit
6. View
7. Relay 1
Relay 2
8. Exit
[Enter]
200 mbar
Heating oil
Linear
6000 Liters
165.0 cm
95%=157cm
Fillspace + cm Level
(displayed in line 2)
Active => On = 8% ; Off = 10%
Deactive
Displaying mode => ... 4550 L ... 76 %
Example 2 Buried tank, cylindric horizontal, for 100600 liter of diesel oil,
Interior height 2.88 m, (current level 54 cm), level probe 0 - 250 mbar
Device LX-GSM with SIM card:
Menu item
Input
1. Measuring probe
2. Liquid
3. Tank shape
4. Tank volume
5. Tank height
6. View
7. Relay
8. ( Exit )
...
15. Modem
...
19. Exit
[Enter]
250 mbar
Diesel oil
Cyl. horizontal > 50 000 L
100600 L (exact value of bearing chart)
288.0 cm (exact value of bearing chart)
Fillspace + Percent (displayed in line 2)
Deactive
Jump to the next step by pressing [+]
...
PIN: xxxx - Enter the PIN code of the SIM-card.
...
Displaying mode => ... 12 800 L ... 13 %
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P. 7
Example 3 Fountain, 7.50 m max. water level from ground (present level 4.20 m)
Probe TDS-6131 (measuring range 0-1000 mbar), display in m of water level.
Device LX-2-R. Relay 1 has to protect the pump against running dry (switch off):
Menu item
Input
1. Measuring probe
2. Liquid
3. Tank shape
4. Tank volume
1000 mbar
Water
Linear
(Volume)
Alternatively max. level 7.50 m
7500 [ ] (enter by +/- )
(Max.level) 750.0 cm (enter by +/- )
99%=7.50m
View details: Percent + Level
Active => ‘On’ at 99 % ; ‘Off’ at 10 % of the level.
Deactive
Jump to the next step by pressing [+]
5. Tank height
5b. Fillspace
6. View
7. Relay 1
Relay 2
8. ( Exit )
...
12. Unit
13. Rounding
14. Exit
[Enter]
Set display unit to ‘m’.
Automatically (default).
Displaying mode => ... e.g. ‘ 4.20 m
56 %’
Tank with interior mantle
In case of tank with interior mantle (e.g. horizontal cylindric or cellar steel tank) correct
the input values.
Example: Mantle thickness ~ 0.5 cm to 1 cm
=> Reduce ’5. Interior height’
=> Reduce ‘4. Volume’:
P. 8
by ~ 2 cm
Volume up to 10 m³
Volume up to 20 m³
Volume up to 50 m³
Volume up to 100 m³
Setup and Operation
=> reduce volume by 3.0%
=> reduce volume by 2.5%
=> reduce volume by 2.0%
=> reduce volume by 1.5%
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Special parameters
Additional
input functions:
Description
Menu items 1 to 7
The menu items 1 to 7 contain the basic setup of the devices.
Some special settings like language or network parameters
or others have to be set up via menu items 9 to 24.
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9. Offset probe
Sub-menu a. ‘Offset calibration‘ (electrical zero point)
b. ‘Probe bottom gap’ (position over ground)
c. ‘Bottom dead stock’ (shall not be displayed)
- ESC
Exit this sub-menu.
- Offset calibration: Stores signal value of probe’s zero point.
Probe must not be plunged.
- Probe bottom gap: Distance: x cm
Standard is x = 0 cm, max = 99 cm
- Bottom dead stock: Sucking position over ground: y cm
Standard is 0 cm, means total content.
y > 0 cm means dead stock height which
doesn’t occur in the liter displaying
- Default values: Resets all values back to standard 0.
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10. Trim height
Input option for the reference height for calibration of
probe and measurement device.
It is useful in case of unknown specific weight of the fluid.
Enter the beared liquid level: xx.x cm ( + / - / Enter ).
Confirm with ’Calibrate: Yes’
If this is done at a low tank filling level it is recommend to
repeat this later again at a higher filling level. Also refer to 11.
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11. Exit
Jump further with [+] or Exit with [Enter]
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12. Unit
Selectable units are: L (Liters), %, m, kg, t (Tons),
IG (Imp.gallons), UG (US gallons).
( + / - / Enter ).
Displaying mbar or kPa is also selectable.
‘%’ or ‘m’ values are displayed with two decimal numbers.
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13. Rounding
Automatically
- Default setting for autom. rounding
Without rounding - No rounding means highest resolution.
Maybe wobbling values. A certain
rounding is recommended => sedation.
Or 2 / 5 / 10 / 20 / 50 / 100 [L] is selectable.
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14. Exit.
Jump further with [+] or Exit with [Enter]
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For which
device
Setup and Operation
P. 9
15. Network
LX-(Q)-NET :
or
LX-(Q)-GSM:
15. Modem
Only for
LX-NET
Sub-menu for network parameter setup
LX-Q-NET
like IP addresses, message destination
and communication test.
Please coordinate these settings
with your network admin.
See additional documentation
’network device connection’.
Only for
- Send SMS . . .
LX-GSM
A test SMS will be sent to the mobile
LX-Q-GSM
number set by #T command.
- DHCP . . .
See additional documentation
‘Messages, Commands a. Parameters’.
- PIN . . . .
Shows the PIN No. of the SIM card.
PIN = 0000 deactivates the internal
GSM modem completely.
16. Sort tanks
/ Clear tank
17. Input/Output
P. 10
‘ESC’ / ‘Tank n’
Deletion of a registered tank:
If the LX-Q-xxx device detects a
measure probe signal at the next input
then this tank becomes registered at
the next tank number (tank n).
Here you may re-sort or delete the registered tank numbers.
Alarm-In :
...
Choose the function of the alarm contact input:
- Deactive Defines the alarm input to
not operating.
- Opening
If input contact opens for > 2 min.
then the alert will be triggered.
- Closing
If input contact closes for > 2 min.
then the alert will be triggered.
Data-Out :
...
Defines the data output at the adaptor slot.
Choices are:
- Output of single tank data T1 / T2 / T3 / T4
=> Applicable for analogue adaptor.
- Output of all tanks T1 – T4
=> Data of all tanks sequentially go
to the output,
- e.g. via the ‘serial output adaptor’
to PC-LINK or to H-Protocol-Box
- or for the MBus Adaptor.
Setup and Operation
Only for
LX-Q
LX-(Q)-GSM
LX-(Q)-NET
LX-GSM
LX-NET
LX-Q
LX-GSM
LX-Q-GSM
LX-NET
LX-Q-NET
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Additional
input functions:
18. Language
Description
Language : ‘German’ / ‘English’ / ‘French‘ / ‘ESC’,
...
use + / - / Enter
Names :
...
19. Exit
For which
device
Name and characters are overwriteable.
Characters changeable by + / - / Enter
- Tank 1: abcabc
- Tank n: xyzxyz
- Alarm name: Alarm A
Press [Enter] for returning to the displaying mode.
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20. LCD display
By factory setup the contrast of the LCD display is a
hexadecimal value of e.g. 24 .
Contrast: xx
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21. Device info
Shows
Software version : V6.00 (+)
Serial no.
: Tank i: SN=1234
Offset + Gain
: X0=2980 B=1268
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( e.g. )
( i = tank no.)
( for tank i )
22. Test current
Testing function for the current mA signal of the
measuring probe: e.g. ADC = 28A1 = 4.01 mA
In case of unplunged measuring probe the value should be
close to 4 mA. Tolerance range is 3.7 ... 4.3 mA.
If out of tolerance range, see menu item 9.Offset probe.
23.Test relay
Testing function for relay switching:
Relay 1 = Off / On
Same for Relay 2 at device type LX-2-R.
+ / - / Enter
+ / - / Enter
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LX-2-R
LX-GSM
LX-NET
24. Reset
Resetting of the device software:
- ESC
:
Leaves this sub-menu without execution.
- Restart :
New initialization of the device software
but parameter setup is left unchanged.
- Factory setting: Complete resetting and clearing of all
parameters back to the original state of delivery.
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25. Configuration
Internal controlling parameters. Sensitive! Don’t change them.
Exit with ’Cfg:0’ [Enter]
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26. Exit
Return to displaying mode…
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Error codes / error display
Message
Meaning
Error E 1
Invalid input value.
Error E 2
Error E 3
Measuring value of the probe is too small !
If current is less than 3.7 mA => Probe error.
Measuring value is too high for zero-point calibration or offset calibration.
The probe must not be plunged !
A probe current higher than 4.3 mA indicates a defective probe.
Error E 4
Call step ‘9.Offset probe’ and perform the calibration once. Then retry settings.
Error E 5
‘Height’ input is larger than tank height. (Wrong input.)
Error E 6
The measuring value is too small for reference. Make sure the probe is plunged.
Settled height is too large (or means the measuring value is too small for setting).
Execute step ‘9. Offset’. If it doesn’t work check the probe current (mA) !
Error E 7
The current measuring value is too small for the corresponding tank height or
the volume input value. Make sure the probe is plunged.
Error E 8
The current measuring value (mA) is too high. Check electrical connection and
check the measuring range of the probe. Switch 230V supply off and on.
Check input steps 1 to 5. Execute the zero-point calibration again (=> ‘9.Offset
probe’) and check step ‘22.Test current.’ Otherwise replace the measuring probe.
Error E 9
The current value is 0 mA. The probe’s connection could be broken. Check probe
connection (polarity) and extension. Measure the voltage at the probe (red to black).
Error E10
Calibration error. Switch off and on the 230V supply voltage and retry.
Otherwise the probe is working not properly.
Error E11
Warning – The liquid level in the tank is too low for an exact calibration.
(Press [Enter] to continue anyway.)
Error E12
No measurement data is received from the external tanks 2 ... 4 yet.
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For device type LX-NET / LX-Q-NET:
Info/Error-Messages at network communication
Error N 1
No network communication. A problem at the internal network module.
The device automatically executes a ’Reset’ for the internal network module
and retrys initial communications.
Try disconnection of network plug, wait… and remount the network plug.
Error N 2
Error at the network communication. Check the connections at the device
and at the network router...
Check parameter setup at menu item ‘15.Network’...
Check the function ’15.Network > Test > Ping: Yes’ …
Try to connect another network device at this network cable, e.g. a Laptop.
If it does not work please contact your network admin.
Error N2 only occurs in case of a domain like www.oilview.de is entered for
destination. In case of entering an individual dest-IP, no Error N2 messages will
be shown.
Important: The destination adress must be a fixed IP address.
Otherwise the device retries sending again and again.
If ‘Sending...’ is displayed periodically it is caused by an
unreachable IP address destination.
Sending ...
’Sending’ is shown in the display in case of current sending of a data message.
The message destination can be setup as an IP address at menu item
‘15.Network => Dest. ...’
If ‘Sending...’ is displayed periodically it is caused by an unreachable IP address
destination. The destination should be a fixed IP address. IP + Port should be setup
in correct manner.
XML-Data:
Call the device with command ip-address / xml via browser or program.
Remote controlling of the relay:
The LX-NET device supports a remote control function for the relay.
The output relay can be operated by remote commands from a browser at the ‘CONFIG’ page
of the LX-NET device.
Deactive = No switching
Active = State depends on level.
On = Makes the relay operate (fix).
Off = Makes the relay release (fix).
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For device type LX-GSM / LX-Q-GSM:
Error messages of GSM module / SIM card / Mobile network
Error M 0
GSM modem is inactive. Entering PIN => 0000 deactivates the modem completely.
Error M 1
Internal communication error. The device automatically executes an internal RESET
and retries communication with the internal modem again.
Error M 2
SIM card is not inserted or is not readable or is defective.
Please check the SIM card in a mobile phone.
Error M 3
PUK code must be entered. Wrong PIN has been entered 3 times, so the SIM card
is locked. Insert that SIM card in a mobile phone and enter PUK code to unlock it.
Error M 4
In case of a prepaid SIM card check the credit.
Otherwise disturbance or network error during sending procedure.
Check parameter setup of destined mobile number.
Error M 5
No mobile network available for this SIM card.
(An external antenna could help.)
Check the SIM card with a mobile phone by sending a test SMS to its own number.
Error M 6
In case of a prepaid SIM card check the credit.
Otherwise disturbance or network error during sending procedure.
Check the SIM card with a mobile phone by sending a test SMS to its own number.
Error M 7
Mobile network logon failed or has been rejected.
Check the SIM card.
If the mobile signal (field intensity) is low an external antenna could help.
Error M 8
Interlock is active!
In case of too many failed network logon tries the device will retry logon only once a
day. This mode operates for 255 days.
By pushing the [Enter] button the device does one logon trail to mobile network again.
In case of successfully sending an SMS the interlock is cleared.
Error M 9
No mobile number destination has been set up.
#T command has not been sent or OilView connection has not yet been linked.
Relay remote control:
P. 14
The LX-GSM device supports a remote control function for the relay.
The output relay can be operated by the #S remote commands
sent via SMS.
See the additional documentation for GSM device parameter setup.
Setup and Operation
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Order numbers:
Device sets including
level meas. probe :
No.
Description
LX-2
12032
Monitoring device,
with level probe TDS-6120-P6
LX-2-R
12033
Monitoring device with 2 relays,
with level probe TDS-6120-P6
LX-GSM
12601
Monitoring device with data transmission via SMS,
with level probe TDS-6120-P6
LX-NET
12701
Monitoring device with data transmission via internet,
with level probe TDS-6120-P6
Monitoring device without level measuring probe :
LX-2
11032
Monitoring device,
without level probe
LX-2-R
11033
Monitoring device with 2 relays,
without level probe
LX-GSM
11601
Monitoring device with data transmission via SMS,
without level probe
LX-NET
11701
Monitoring device with data transmission via internet,
without level probe
LX-Q
11504
Monitoring device without data transmission,
with 4 measuring inputs for up to 4 level probes
LX-Q-GSM
11504
Monitoring device with data transmission via SMS,
with 4 measuring inputs for up to 4 level probes
LX-Q-NET
11504
Monitoring device with data transmission via internet
with 4 measuring inputs for up to 4 level probes
Level measuring probes (submersible) :
TDS-61xx-P6
Tol.class 1%
61200
61250
Level meas. probe for up to 2.5 m oil level or 2.0 m water.
Level meas. probe for up to 3.0 m oil level or 2.5 m water.
TDS-71xx-P6
Tol.class 0,5%
71200
71250
Level meas. probe for up to 2.5 m oil level or 2.0 m water.
Level meas. probe for up to 3.0 m oil level or 2.5 m water.
TDS-42xx-F5
Tol.class 0,25%
Other types
or other ranges, e.g.
0 - 40 cm to 0 - 40 m
42200
42250
Level meas. probe for up to 2.5 m oil level or 2.0 m water.
Level meas. probe for up to 3.0 m oil level or 2.5 m water.
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Version 04-2017
Setup and Operation
P. 15
Maintenance:
It is recommended to check once a year if the displayed values are
correct. Two practical check options are:
- Lift the probe above the liquid level. Then check if ~ 0 L is displayed.
- Check the cm value displayed in Step ‘10.Trim height’
(without trimming!).
In case of deviation it is recommended to recalibrate the measuring
probe via menu step 9 or 10. If the problem cannot be fixed the level
probe might be defective. In this case please directly contact Tecson.
New measuring probe (level sensor):
In case of replacement of the level probe it is recommended to call
menu item ‘9.Probe offset’ and execute the item ’Default values’!
You find the online documentation for the TECSON devices at:
http://www.tecson.de/geraete-dokumentation.html
Manufacturer:
TECSON GmbH & Co. KG
Wulfsfelder Weg 2a
D-24242 Felde
GERMANY
P. 16
Setup and Operation
Phone (+49) 4340 / 402530
Fax
(+49) 4340 / 402529
www.tecson.de
info@tecson.de
Version 04-2017
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