Kamstrup Multical 602 Heat Meter - with Ultraflow 54 Install Guide

Kamstrup Multical 602 Heat Meter - with Ultraflow 54 Install Guide
Installation and User Guide for
MULTICAL® 602 &
ULTRAFLOW®
www.kamstrup.com
MID designations
Permissible operating conditions / measuring ranges:
Calculator q: 2°C…180°C
DΘ: 3K…170K
Temperature sensor pair q: 10°C…150°C DΘ: 3K…140K
Flow sensor
q: 15°C…130°C
Mechanical environment:
M1 (fixed installation with minimum vibration).
Electromagnetic environment:
E1 and E2 (housing/light industry and industry). The meter’s control cables must be
drawn at min. 25 cm distance to other installations.
Climatic environment:
Must be installed in environments with non-condensing humidity as well as in
closed locations (indoors). The ambient temperature must be within 5…55°C.
Maintenance and repair:
The district heating supplier can replace communication module, battery and
temperature sensor pair. The flow sensor is verified separately and can, therefore,
be separated from the calculator.
Other repairs require subsequent reverification in an accredited laboratory.
MULTICAL® 602, type 602-B/C/D must be connected to a temperature sensor pair
type Pt500.
MULTICAL® 602, type 602-A must be connected to a temperature sensor pair type
Pt100.
Battery for replacement: Kamstrup type 66-00-200-100.
MULTICAL® 602, type 602-A/B/C can be connected to flow sensor type
ULTRAFLOW®, electronic pick-up, or flow sensors with reed switch output.
MULTICAL® 602, type 602-D must be connected to a flow sensor with 24 V active
pulse output.
Irrespective of flow sensor type, “pulses/litre” must be identical in flow sensor and
calculator.
MULTICAL® 602 & ULTRAFLOW®
i n s tallatio n
English
Kamstrup A/S
Industrivej 28, Stilling, DK-8660 Skanderborg
Tel: +45 89 93 10 00 · Fax: +45 89 93 10 01
[email protected] · www.kamstrup.com
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Contents
General information
Mounting of temperature sensors
Pocket sensor pair
Short direct temperature sensor pair
Mounting of flow sensor
Mounting ULTRAFLOW® ≤ DN125
Mounting of ULTRAFLOW® 54 ≥ DN150
Installation examples
Humidity and condensation
Mounting of calculator
Compact mounting
Separate/wall mounting
Panel mounting
Electrical connection, MULTICAL® and ULTRAFLOW®
Connection example
Heat meter with two flow sensors
Voltage supply of calculator/Pulse Transmitter
Battery supply
Mains modules
High-power supply modules
Isolated linear supply modules
Testing of function
Information codes ”INFO”
Plug-in modules
Base modules
Data + pulse inputs, type 67-00-10
M-Bus, type 67-00-20/27/28/29
Radio + pulse inputs, 67-00-21/25/26
Prog. data logger + RTC + 4…20 mA inputs + pulse inputs (67-00-22)
Analog outputs, type 67-00-23
Lon Works, type 67-00-24
Wireless M-Bus, type 67-00-30
ZigBee + pulse inputs, type 67-00-60
Metasys N2 + pulse inputs, type 67-00-62
SIOX module (Auto detect Baud rate), type 602-00-64
GSM/GPRS module (GSM6H), type 602-00-80
Ethernet/IP module (IP201), type 602-00-82
High-Power RadioRouter + 2 pulse inputs (VA, VB), type 602-00-84
Top modules
Electrical connection of MULTICAL®, ULTRAFLOW® and Pulse Transmitter
Setup via front keys
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1. General information
Read this guide before installing the meter.
Kamstrup's guarantee obligations do not apply in case of incorrect mounting.
Please note that the following installation conditions must be obeyed:
- Pressure stage ULTRAFLOW®:PN16/PN25/PN40, see marking. Flow sensor
marking does not apply to enclosed accessories.
- Pressure stage Kamstrup
sensor pair type DS:
PN16
- Pressure stage Kamstrup
stainless steel pockets:
PN25/PN40 - depending on type
At medium temperatures above 90°C we recommend the use of flange meters as
well as wall mounting of MULTICAL® 602.
2. Mounting of temperature sensors
The temperature sensors used to measure flow and return temperatures respectively are a matched sensor pair that must never be separated.
Temperature sensors are usually mounted in MULTICAL® 602 from the factory.
According to EN 1434 or OIML R75 the cable length must not be changed. If
necessary, sensors must always be replaced in pairs.
The sensor marked with a red sign is to be installed in the flow pipe. The other
sensor marked with a blue sign is to be installed in the return pipe (see paragraph
5, page 8).
2.1 Pocket sensor pair
Preferably, sensor pockets must be mounted in tee-pieces or in 45° lateral Y-pieces.
The tip of the sensor pocket must point in the flow direction and should be placed
in the middle of the water flow.
The temperature sensors should reach the bottom of the pockets. If a short
response time is required, "non-hardening" heat conducting paste can be used.
Push the plastic sleeve on the sensor cable into the sensor pocket and secure
the cable by means of the enclosed M4 sealing screw. Fasten the screw with your
fingers only. Seal the pockets using seal and locking wire.
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2.2 Short direct temperature sensor pair
The short direct sensors can be mounted in special ball valves or in special teepipes, both with threads up to R1 and built-in M10 union for the short direct sensor.
For mounting in existing heating installations with standard angle tees Kamstrup
A/S can, furthermore, supply R½ and R¾ brass nipples fitting the short direct
sensors.
The short direct sensor can also be fitted directly into all Kamstrup's ULTRAFLOW®
variants with G¾ and G1 thread on the meter case. Fasten the sensors' brass
unions lightly (approx. 4 Nm) using a 12 mm face wrench and seal the sensors with
seal and locking wire.
3. Mounting of flow sensor
Prior to installation of the flow sensor, the system should be flushed and protection
plugs/plastic diaphragms removed from the flow sensor.
Correct flow sensor position (flow or return) appears from the front label of
MULTICAL® 602. The flow direction is indicated by an arrow on the side of the flow
sensor.
Gasket
Gasket
Tightening app. 4 Nm
Glands and gaskets are mounted as shown in the above drawing.
Straight inlet: ULTRAFLOW® requires neither straight inlet nor straight outlet to meet
the Measuring Instruments Directive (MID) 2004/22/ EC, OIML R75:2002 and EN
1434:2007. A straight inlet section will only be necessary in case of heavy flow
disturbances before the sensor. We recommend to follow the guidelines of CEN CR
13582.
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A Recommended flow sensor position
B Recommended flow sensor position
C Unacceptable position due to risk of
air build-up
D Acceptable in closed systems.
Unacceptable position in open
systems due to risk of air build-up in
the system
E A flow sensor ought not to be placed
immediately after a valve, with the
exception of block valves (ball valve
type) which must be fully open when
not used for blocking
F A flow sensor must never be placed
on the inlet side of a pump
G A flow sensor ought not to be placed
after a double bend in two levels
In order to prevent cavitation the back pressure at ULTRAFLOW® must be min. 1.5
bar at qp and min. 2,5 bar at qs. This applies to temperatures up to approx. 80oC.
ULTRAFLOW® must not be exposed to lower pressure than the ambient pressure
(vacuum).
3.1 Mounting ULTRAFLOW® ≤ DN125
The electronics/plastic box
must be placed on the side (at
horizontal mounting).
90°
90°
ULTRAFLOW® can be mounted vertically,
horizontally or at an angle.
Max.45°
Max.45°
ULTRAFLOW® may be turned up to ±45° in relation to the pipe axis.
ULTRAFLOW® must not be mounted with
the plastic case pointing upwards or
downwards.
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3.2 Mounting of ULTRAFLOW® 54 ≥ DN150
See installation instructions No. 5512-887.
3.3 Installation examples
Threaded meter with MULTICAL®/Pulse Transmitter mounted on ULTRAFLOW®.
Flow from the left
Flow from the right
Flange meter with MULTICAL®/Pulse Transmitter mounted on ULTRAFLOW®.
Flow from the left
10190
45°
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MULTICAL® 602 can be mounted in two positions
by means of an angle fitting.
Angle fitting type 30-26-252 is ordered separately.
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Flow from the right
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Humidity and condensation
If ULTRAFLOW® is installed in moist environments, it must be turned 45° compared
to the pipe axis as shown in the drawing below.
45°
If there is risk of condensation, e.g.
in cooling systems, a condensation
protected ULTRAFLOW® must be used.
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4. Mounting of calculator
The MULTICAL® 602 calculator can be mounted in three different ways:
4.1 Compact mounting
The calculator is mounted direct on the flow sensor, e.g. via an angle fitting. Having
been mounted the calculator is sealed with seal and thread. In case of strong
condensation (e.g. cooling applications) we recommend wall mounting of the
calculator. Also see point 3.1" Mounting ULTRAFLOW® ≤ DN125", page 6.
4.2 Separate/wall mounting
In connection with mounting in condensing environments as well
as in order to prolong the battery lifetime, we recommend the use
of a wall fitting.
52 mm
The wall fitting makes it possible to mount MULTICAL® 602 direct
on an even wall. Use the fitting as a template to mark and drill two
6 mm holes in the wall.
4.3 Panel mounting
MULTICAL® 602 can be mounted direct in panels and control panels, via Kamstrup's
panel mounting kit, No. 66-99-104 (192 x 144 mm).
5. Electrical connection, MULTICAL® and ULTRAFLOW®
The polarity of temperature sensors T1, T2 and T3 is unimportant.
For flow sensors V1 and V2 the below-mentioned colours are used
when connecting ULTRAFLOW® and electronic pick-up units.
Flow sensors with reed switch output are connected to terminals
11–10 and 11–69 respectively.
+
SIG
V2
11
11
9
9
Red
10
69
Yellow
Blue
Terminal Standard heat and
no.
cooling measurement
Heat measurement
and leak surveillance
Energy measurement
in open systems
T1
5-6
Sensor in flow (red)
Sensor in flow (red)
Sensor in flow (red)
T2
7-8
Sensor in return (blue)
Sensor in return (blue)
Sensor in return (blue)
V1
11-9-10
Flow sensor in flow or
return
Flow sensor in flow
Flow sensor in flow
V2
11-9-69
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Flow sensor in return
Flow sensor in return
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Tank/exchanger
temp., if any
Reference sensor (grey)
T3
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V1
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5.1 Connection example
Examples of connection of ULTRAFLOW® and MULTICAL® (battery supplied).
ø4.5...6 mm
5.2 Heat meter with two flow sensors
MULTICAL® 602 can be used in various applications with two flow sensors,
including leak surveillance and open systems. When two ULTRAFLOW® are direct
connected to one MULTICAL® 602, a close electric coupling between the two pipes
ought to be carried out as a main rule. If the two pipes are installed in a heat
exchanger close to the flow sensors, however, the heat exchanger will provide the
necessary electric coupling.
ULTRAFLOW® 54
MULTICAL® 602
Electrical connection
• Forward and return pipes are closely electrically coupled
• No welded joints occur
In installations where the electric coupling is not possible or welding in the pipe
system can occur, the cable from one ULTRAFLOW® must go through a Pulse
Transmitter with galvanic separation before the cable enters MULTICAL® 602.
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ULTRAFLOW® 54
MULTICAL® 602
Pulse Transmitter
• Forward and return pipes are not necessarily closely coupled
• Electric welding *) can occur
*) Electric welding must always be carried out with the earth pole closest to the
welding point. Damage to meters due to welding is not comprised by our factory
guarantee.
6. Voltage supply of calculator/Pulse Transmitter
MULTICAL® 602 can be powered by a built-in lithium battery or an integral 24 VAC or
230 VAC mains module.
The two cables from battery or mains module are mounted in the calculator’s
terminal strip, no. 60 and 61.
The polarity must be correct: red wire to terminal no. 60 (+) and black wire to
terminal no. 61 (-).
6.1 Battery supply
MULTICAL® 602 is connected to a lithium battery, D-cell. The battery is marked with
installation year, e.g. 2011, as well as production date.
Optimal battery lifetime is obtained by keeping the battery temperature below 30°C,
e.g. by wall mounting.
The voltage of a lithium battery is almost constant throughout the lifetime of the
battery (approx. 3.65 V). Therefore, it is not possible to determine the remaining
capacity of the battery by measuring the voltage.
The battery cannot and must not be charged and must not be short-circuited. Used
batteries must be handed in for approved destruction, e.g. at Kamstrup A/S.
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6.2 Mains modules
The modules are protection class II. They are connected by means of a two-wire
cable (without earth) through the cable bush of the calculator placed in the right
side of the connecting base. Use connecting cable with 5-10 mm outer diameter
and ensure correct dismantling as well as correct mounting of cable relief.
Max. permitted fuse: 6 A
National regulations for electric installations must be observed.
6.2.1
High-power supply modules
These modules are galvanically separated from the mains supply. The modules
include a Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS), which fulfils double-isolation
requirements when the calculator top is mounted. The modules are available in two
variants with either 24 VAC or 230 VAC connection.
6.2.2
Isolated linear supply modules
Black
Red
24 VAC
230 VAC
For instance 230/24 V transformer,
type 66-99-403, can be used.
This module is used in connection with
direct mains connection.
Note! MULTICAL® 602 cannot be
powered by 24 VDC.
Note! External supply must be connected to the supply module.
7. Testing of function
Carry out an operational check when the energy meter has been fully mounted.
Open thermoregulators and cocks to establish water flow through the heating
system. Activate the top key of MULTICAL® 602 and check that the displayed values
for temperatures and water flow are credible values.
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8. Information codes ”INFO”
MULTICAL® 602 constantly monitors a number of important functions. In case of
a serious error in measuring system or installation, "INFO" is displayed and an
info-code can be read by activating the top front key until the measuring unit says
"INFO". The info code is only displayed when the error is present.
Info code
0
1
8
4
32
64
256
512
Description
No irregularities
Supply voltage has been interrupted
Temperature sensor T1 outside measuring range
Temperature sensor T2 outside measuring range
Temperature sensor T3 outside measuring range
Leak in cold water system
Leak in heating system
Burst in heating system
Response time
1…10 min.
1…10 min.
1…10 min.
24 hours
24 hours
120 s.
ULTRAFLOW® info (must be activated CCC=4XX)
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1024
2048
128
4096
8192
16384
32768
Flow sensor V1, communication error
Flow sensor V2, communication error
Flow sensor V1, wrong pulse figure
Flow sensor V2, wrong pulse figure
Flow sensor V1, signal too weak (air)
Flow sensor V2, signal too weak (air)
Flow sensor V1, wrong flow direction
Flow sensor V2, wrong flow direction
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
After reset and 24 hours (at 00:00)
If a number of info codes appear at a time, the sum of info codes is displayed. If e.g.
both temperature sensors are outside measuring range, info code 12 is displayed.
9. Plug-in modules
MULTICAL® 602 can be extended by a wide range of extra functions by means of
plug-in modules. The individual modules are briefly described below.
9.1 Base modules
9.1.1
Data + pulse inputs, type 67-00-10
The data terminals are used for connection of e.g. a
PC. The signal is passive and galvanically separated by
means of optocouplers. Conversion into RS232 level
requires connection of data cable 66-99-106 (D-Sub 9F)
or 66-99-098 (USB) using the following connections:
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62
Brown
(DAT)
63
White
(REQ)
64
Green
(GND)
The pulse inputs can be used for connection of electricity and water meters.
Please pay attention to maximum pulse frequency as well as correct pulse coding
(l/imp. and Wh/imp.), which is selected by means of the FF and GG configuration.
65 - 66
Input A
67 - 68
Input B
9.1.2
M-Bus, type 67-00-20/27/28/29
M-Bus can be mounted in star, ring or bus topology. Up to 250 meters can be
connected depending on the M-Bus Master’s power supply and the total cable
resistance.
Cable resistance < 29 Ohm
Cable capacity
< 180 nF
The M-Bus network is connected on terminals 24 and
25. The polarity is unimportant.
M-Bus comes with pulse inputs.
9.1.3 Radio + pulse inputs, 67-00-21/25/26
The radio module is used for wireless communication
via licence-free radio frequency and can be supplied with
internal antenna or with connection for external antenna.
For further information on radio we refer to
Technical description for radio (5512-012).
The pulse inputs of this module are identical with the
previously described pulse inputs.
Note! Type 67-00-21 includes radio and router functions.
The RadioRouter module (67-00-21) must be used
with mains supply.
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9.1.4
Prog. data logger + RTC + 4…20 mA inputs + pulse inputs, type 67-00-22
The module has connection possibility for two pressure transmitters on terminals
57, 58 and 59 and can be adjusted for current reading or pressure range 6, 10 or 16
bar.
The module is prepared for remote reading, data from meter/module being
transferred to the system software via the external GSM/GPRS modem connected
on terminals 62, 63 and 64.
Furthermore, the module has two extra pulse inputs, VA and VB.
The module must be powered by 24 VAC.
9.1.5
Analog outputs, type 67-00-23
See installation instructions 5512-369 (DK-GB-DE).
9.1.6
Lon Works, type 67-00-24
See installation instructions 5512-396 (DK) or 5512-403 (GB).
9.1.7
Wireless M-Bus, type 67-00-30
The radio module has been designed to form part of the hand-held Wireless M-Bus
Reader systems of Kamstrup A/S at license-free radio frequency (868 MHz).
The module fulfils the C-mode specifications of prEN13757-4 and can thus form
part of other systems using Wireless M-Bus C-mode communication.
The radio module comes with internal antenna and external antenna connection as
well as two pulse inputs, which are identical with the previously described pulse
inputs.
The Wireless M-Bus radio transmitter is switched off on dispatch from the factory. It
turns on automatically when one litre of water has run through the meter. The radio
transmitter can also be switched on by means of a forced dial-up to the meter (keep
both front keys pressed for approx. 5 s. until CALL is displayed).
9.1.8
ZigBee + pulse inputs, type 67-00-60
The ZigBee module is used for wireless communication and can form part of a
remote reading system, in which several units can communicate with each other.
The pulse inputs of this module are identical with the previously described pulse
inputs.
The ZigBee module requires mains supply.
9.1.9
Metasys N2 + pulse inputs, type 67-00-62
The N2 module is used for data communication between meter and N2 Master in a
Johnson Controls System.
The RS485 port is galvanically separated from the meter.
The pulse inputs of this module are identical with the previously described pulse
inputs.
The N2 module requires mains supply.
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9.1.10 SIOX module (Auto detect Baud rate), type 602-00-64
SIOX is used for data reading of small and medium-sized groups of heat meters via
cable, the data readings being presented by the main system, e.g. Mcom, Fix or
Telefrang. Further information on these systems can be ordered from the supplier in
question. Furthermore, a configuration tool is available from Telefrang.
The two-wire serial SIOX bus connection is optoisolated from the meter and is
connected without regard to polarity (i.e. the polarity is unimportant). The module
is powered by the SIOX bus. Communication speed between 300 and 19,200 baud.
The module automatically uses the highest possible communication speed. The
module converts data from KMP protocol to SIOX protocol.
9.1.11 GSM/GPRS module (GSM6H), type 602-00-80
The GSM/GPRS module functions as transparent communication path between
reading software and MULTICAL® 602 and is used for data reading. The module
includes an external dual-band GSM antenna which must be used. The module
itself includes a number of light emitting diodes indicating the signal level, which
are very useful during installation. The GSM/GPRS module must be used together
with high-power mains supply (230 VAC: 602-00-00-2 and 24 VAC: 602-00-00-3).
9.1.12 Ethernet/IP module (IP201), type 602-00-82
The IP module functions as transparent communication between reading software
and MULTICAL® 602 and is used for data reading. The Module supports both
dynamic and static addressing. This is specified in the order or selected during
subsequent configuration. The module has no built-in security and must, therefore,
always be used in connection with a firewall or NAT. The Ethernet/IP module must
be used together with high-power mains supply (230 VAC: 602-00-00-2 and 24
VAC: 602-00-00-3).
9.1.13 High-Power RadioRouter + 2 pulse inputs (VA, VB), type 602-00-84
The High-Power RadioRouter module has built-in router functionality and is
thus optimized to form part of a Kamstrup radio network, the read data being
automatically transferred to system software via the network unit RF Concentrator.
Furthermore, the module can be read by Kamstrup’s hand-held reading systems,
e.g. USB Meter Reader and MT Pro.
The RadioRouter module is available for operation in both licence-free and licence
demanding frequences permitting a transmitting strength of up to 500 mW. The
module is by default fitted with internal antenna, connection for external antenna,
and two extra pulse inputs. The High Power RadioRouter module (602-00-84) must
be used together with the High Power mains supply (230 VAC: 602-00-00-2 and
24 VAC: 602-00-00-3).
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9.2 Top modules
Type 67-02: ∆Energy calculation and hourly data
logger
This top module calculates the difference between
forward and return energy, whereby an expression
of the tapped energy in open systems is obtained.
Differential energy dE=E4-E5.
The module also includes an hourly data logger.
The connection terminals of this module are not
used.
Type 67-03: PQ-limiter + hourly data logger
The module has two pulse outputs which can be
used for UP/DOWN control of a low-speed threepoint motor-operated valve via an external solidstate relay, type S75-90-006 and a 230/24 V transformer, type 66-99-403. The required power and
flow limits are entered into MULTICAL® 602 by
means of the PC-program METERTOOL.
Also see instructions: 5512 -497.
The module includes an hourly data logger too.
Type 67-05: Data output + hourly data logger
The module has a galvanically separated data port
which functions together with the KMP protocol.
The data output can be used for e.g. connection of
external communication units or other hardwired
data communication which it is not expedient to
carry out via optical communication on the meter’s
front.
62: DATA (brown)–63:REQ (white)–64: GND (green).
Use data cable type 66-99-106 with 9-pole D-sub or
type 66-99-098 with USB connector.
The module includes an hourly data logger.
Only current and accumulated data can be read.
Hourly/daily/monthly/yearly data loggers cannot
be read through the data port of top module 67-05.
Type 67-07: M-Bus
M-Bus can be connected in star, ring and bus
topology. Depending on M-Bus Master and cable
length/cross section, up to 250 meters with primary addressing can be connected, and even more
using secondary addressing.
Cable resistance in network: < 29 Ohm
Cable capacity of network: < 180 nF
The connection polarity of terminals 24-25 is unimportant.
Usually the primary address is identical with the
last digits of the customer number (000-250).
However, it can be changed by means of the PC
program, METERTOOL.
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Type 67-09: ∆Volume calculation
and hourly data logger
This top module calculates the difference between
forward and return volume, whereby an expression
of the tapped volume in open systems is obtained.
Differential volume dV=V1-V2.
The module also includes an hourly data logger.
The connection terminals are not used in this
module.
Type 67-0A: 2 pulse outputs for CE and CV + hourly
data logger + scheduler
The top module has the same functions as top
module 602-0C. Furthermore, the module can
simulate a cold water temperature according to a
programmed scheduler, in which T2, T3 or T4 can
be programmed with up to 12 individual dates/
temperatures per year.
Type 67-0B: 2 pulse outputs for CE and CV + prog.
data logger
The RTC and pulse output functions of this top
module are identical with the functions described
for top module 602-0C (see below).
The top module is prepared for use in a Kamstrup
radio network together with High Power
RadioRouter base module 6020084, read data
being transferred to the system software via the
network unit RF Concentrator.
Type 602-0C: 2 pulse outputs for CE and CV
This top module has two configurable pulse outputs, which are suitable for volume and energy pulses for heat meters, cooling meters and combined
heat/cooling meters.
The pulse resolution follows the display (determined by the CCC-code). E.g. CCC=119 (qp 1,5):
1 pulse/kWh and 1 pulse/0.01 m3.
The pulse outputs are optoisolated and withstand
30 VDC and 10 mA.
Normally energy (CE) is connected to 16-17 and volume (CV) to 18-19, but other combinations can be
selected by means of the PC program METERTOOL,
which is also used for selecting the pulse at either
32 or 100 ms.
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10.Electrical connection of MULTICAL®, ULTRAFLOW®
and Pulse Transmitter
Connection MULTICAL® and ULTRAFLOW®
ULTRAFLOW®
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MULTICAL®
Blue (GND)/11A
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Red (supply)/9A
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9
Yellow (signal)/10A

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Connection via Pulse Transmitter
ULTRAFLOW®

Blue (GND)/11A
Pulse Transmitter
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MULTICAL®
11A

11
9
9A

9
10
10A

10
In
Out

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Red (supply)/9A

Yellow (signal)/10A

Using long control cables careful consideration is required in connection with
installation. With a view to EMC there must be a distance of min. 25 cm between
control cables and all other cables
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Electrical connection
Connection to Pulse Transmitter
Block diagram
Pulse Transmitter output
11AFrame
9A
Supply (3…10 VDC)
10ASignal
0.2 mA
Imax
If ULTRAFLOW® 54 is used as pulse transmitter for other equipment, connection
must be made through a Pulse Transmitter.
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11.Setup via front keys
Date, time and primary M-Bus address can be adjusted by means of the keys on the
calculator's front.
1 In the display you select the reading you want to change
2 Lift off the calculator top
3 Wait until the meter has shut down (up to 2.5 minutes). Do not press any keys
4 While remounting the calculator top, keep the main key activated
until there
are no more lines in the display.
5 The setup menu is now active.
. The digit
The value of the flashing digit can be changed by pressing the sub-key
is increased by one each time the key is pressed, and passing 9 you start from 0:
Pressing the main key
you go to the next digit from right to left:
The active digit flashes and this digit can now be changed by pressing the sub-key
. You go to the first digit on the right by means of the main key
.
When the value of the reading has been changed you quit by pressing the main key
continuously for approx. 10 seconds.
It should be checked whether the value is valid for the reading in question. If so, the
value is saved and an “OK” symbol is displayed. If not, the old value is maintained,
no ”OK” symbol appears, and the display reverts to legal reading.
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Having activated the setup menu the reading you want to change is displayed with
the rightmost digit flashing:
Consumed energy in
kWh, MWh or GJ
Consumed district heating water
Number of operating
hours
Current forward temperature
(*) Activate
to view
yearly and monthly
average values
Current return temperature
(*) Activate
to view
yearly and monthly
average values
Latest target date
Energy count on latest
target date followed by
energy count on last
year’s target date
Followed by monthly
counts
Latest target date
Volume count on latest
target date followed by
volume count on last
year’s target date
Followed by monthly
counts
Number of hours with
errors
Current differential
temperature (cooling)
Current water flow
(*) Activate
to see
this year’s max. value
as well as yearly and
monthly logging values
Current heat-flow rate
(*) Press
to see this
year’s max. value
as well as yearly and
monthly logging
values.
Followed by accumulated water consumption at inputs A and B
and tariff registers TA2
and TA3
Current information
code
(Contact your district heating company if the value
differs from ”0”)
Reading of number of
INFO code events
Data logger shows
ate …
d
… and then
the INFO codes of the latest 36 events
The eight most significant digits of the
customer number.
Also see interactive user's guides at www.kamstrup.com
DDD = 213/413
(*)DDD = 212/412
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Followed by top and base
module types.
Display test
Followed by the calculator’s
configuration no and software
edition.
The calculator’s program no.
In this example: Flow sensor
in return pipe, MWh and
100 imp/l.
The calculator’s serial
number
Target date displayed as
month and day. In this
example June 1
Current time
Current date
The eight least significant digits of the customer no. In this example
the customer number is
12345678912
Directions for use
www.kamstrup.com
When the top front key
is activated, a new reading
appears.
The lower front key
displays historical readings and
average values.
Four minutes after the latest activation of the front key the
meter automatically switches to consumed energy.
Readings
MULTICAL® 602 functions in the following way:
The flow sensor registers the amount of district heating
water circulating through the heating system in m3 (cubic
metres).
The temperature sensors placed in forward and return pipes,
register the cooling, i.e. the difference between input and
output temperatures.
MULTICAL® 602 calculates consumed energy based on
volume of district heating water and cooling.
Energy Measurement
MULTICAL® 602
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