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Data Logger
DL230
Operating Instructions
73022387
Revision g (2019-01)
From software version 1.12

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  • Page 1 Data Logger DL230 Operating Instructions 73022387 Revision g (2019-01) From software version 1.12...
  • Page 2 Exclusion of liability The information contained in this document is the property of Honeywell. The following information may only be used for its intended purpose. This document or its contents must not be copied, published or made accessible to a third par- ty in full or in part without the express consent of Elster GmbH.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    3.2.2 Battery power supply for the integrated modem ......... 20 3.2.3 Battery power supply for the modem module ........21 Power supply for the DL230 with integrated power supply unit .. 21 3.3.1 External power supply ................ 21 3.3.2 Battery power supply for the DL230 during power failure ....21 3.3.3 Buffer batteries for the integrated modem during power failure ..
  • Page 4 5.2.1 Connecting meters ................38 5.2.2 Sealing the input terminals ..............39 5.2.3 Connecting the power supply ............. 39 5.2.4 Connect outputs of the DL230 ............40 Putting into operation..............43 5.3.1 Configuration of measurement parameters ........43 5.3.2 Sealing ....................49 5.3.3 Closing the housing ................
  • Page 5 Data register content ..............62 6.4.1 Access rights ..................62 6.4.2 "Main" register (main display)............. 63 6.4.3 "Cust." Register (Customer) ............... 64 6.4.4 "Admin" Register (Administrator)............66 6.4.5 "Serv." register (Service) ..............67 6.4.6 "Ctrl." register (control) ............... 68 Use as high-flow display device ..........70 Use as flow-recording device .............
  • Page 7: General

    General General 1.1 Information about this manual This manual allows for safe and efficient use of the device. Compliance with all safety information and instructions for use contained in this operating manual is a prerequisite for safe working processes and proper use of the device.
  • Page 8: Customer Service And Repairs

    – Tel. +49 (0) 61 34 / 605-0 – Fax +49 (0) 61 34 / 605-390 – E-mail: Katinka.Fiedler@Honeywell.com 1.3.2 Electronic hotline In the event of faults, you can also contact the electronic hotline. – Tel. +49 (0) 6134 / 605-123 –...
  • Page 9: Tips And Recommendations

    General CAUTION! ... indicates a potentially dangerous situation which, if not avoided, could lead to material damage. 1.4.2 Tips and recommendations … provides useful tips and recommendations as well as information for ensuring efficient and smooth operations. 1.5 Limitation of liability All of the information contained in this manual has been compiled under consideration of valid standards and regulations, the latest technological developments, and our many years of experience and expertise.
  • Page 10: Copyright Protection

    Contraventions to this provision shall result in damage compensation. We reserve the right to assert further claims. 1.7 Scope of delivery The scope of delivery for the DL230 includes: – Data Logger DL230 –...
  • Page 11: Spare Parts And Accessories

    The free "enSuite" program also belongs to the accessories for the DL230 and is available under www.elster-instromet.com. This can be used to pro- gram the DL230 data logger via its data interfaces to perform advanced applications.
  • Page 12: Storage

    General 1.9 Storage CAUTION! Exceeding or falling below the valid temperature range for the batteries may impair performance. If the valid temperature range of the batteries during stor- age of the device is exceeded or fallen below, the perfor- mance of the batteries may be impaired. Therefore: –...
  • Page 13: Safety

    2.1 General The DL230 is an intrinsically safe device as per the ATEX Product Directive 94/9/EC and the ATEX Operating Directive 1999/92/EC EN, and is suitable for operation within the following explosive gas atmospheres: –...
  • Page 14: Intended Use

    This device is solely designed and constructed for the intended use de- scribed below. Data logger DL230 is provided as a compact device which can be cali- brated for measuring and saving counter pulses, meter readings or level changes for various types of energy.
  • Page 15: Personnel

    Safety 2.3 Personnel WARNING! Risk of injury to unqualified personnel. Improper use of the device may lead to significant personal injury or material damage. Therefore: – All works should solely be carried out by qualified per- sonnel. The following qualifications are used in the manual to denote different areas of responsibility: –...
  • Page 16: Personal Protective Equipment

    Safety WARNING! Risk to unauthorized persons! Unauthorized persons, who do not meet the aforementioned criteria, will not be familiar with the risks in the working area. Therefore: – Please keep unauthorized persons away from the work- ing area. – In cases of doubt, approach said person and direct them out of the working area.
  • Page 17: Specific Risks

    Safety 2.5 Specific risks The residual risks arising from the risk assessment will be listed below. Please observe the safety and warning information specified in the following chapters to reduce risks to health and to prevent dangerous situations from arising. WARNING! Misuse of batteries may present a risk of injury.
  • Page 18: Environmental Protection

    Safety 2.6 Environmental protection CAUTION! Environmentally hazardous substances! If environmentally hazardous substances are handled incor- rectly this may cause significant damage to the environ- ment, particularly if they are improperly disposed of. Therefore: – The instructions below should be observed at all times. –...
  • Page 19: Technical Data

    Technical data – The operator must be familiar with the valid occupational safety regula- tions and must also be able to conduct a risk assessment to determine risks arising from the specific working conditions in the respective area of application of the device. The operator must then implement this in the form of operating instructions for the operation of the device.
  • Page 20: Power Supply For Dl230 Without Integrated Power Supply Unit

    Technical data 3.2 Power supply for DL230 without integrated power supply unit 3.2.1 Battery power supply for the basic device Data Value Unit Voltage General nominal capacity 16.5 Usable capacity 13.0 Minimum number of batteries required units Minimum operating life (at standard...
  • Page 21: Battery Power Supply For The Modem Module

    Technical data 3.2.3 Battery power supply for the modem module If the DL230 has a plug-in modem module (not a soldered modem), the modem battery is connected to the connection board in the housing base. For this purpose, any of the two connectors can be used.
  • Page 22: Buffer Battery For The Modem Module During Power Failure

    3.4 Power supply for the DL230 with Power over Ethernet (PoE) If the DL230 is equipped with an Ethernet module and if the Ethernet net- work (or a switch) provides the Power over Ethernet function, the DL230 can be supplied with power from the Ethernet module. An integrated power supply is not required.
  • Page 23: Pulse And Signal Inputs

    Technical data 3.5.1 Pulse and signal inputs Data Value Unit Open-circuit voltage U (at DE1 and DE2) typ. Open-circuit voltage U (at DE3 and DE4) typ. MΩ Internal resistance R > 1 μA Short circuit current I max. Switch point "ON": ▪...
  • Page 24: Encoder Inputs

    Technical data 3.5.2 Encoder inputs An encoder can only be connected to inputs 1 and 2 (termi- nals DE1 and DE2). Data Value Unit Encoder protocol Namur, SCR, SCR+ Cable length max. 30 3.6 Digital outputs Both DA1 and DA2 digital outputs can be configured as low frequency pulse or signal outputs.
  • Page 25: Interfaces

    3G: 850 /900 /1800 /1900 /2100 3.7.3 Serial electrical interface (optional) The serial interface can be used if the DL230 is not equipped with an inte- grated modem and if it is only used in the safe area or in ATEX zone 2.
  • Page 26: Gsm / Gprs Modem Module

    - 3 Unit Loads (RS485, electrical insulated) 3.7.4 GSM / GPRS modem module The modem module can be used if the DL230 is not equipped with an inte- grated modem and if it is only used in the safe area or in ATEX zone 2.
  • Page 27: Ethernet Module (optional)

    3.7.5 Ethernet Module (optional) The Ethernet Module can be used if the DL230 is not equipped with an in- tegrated modem and if the DL230 is only used in the safe area or in ATEX zone 2. 3.7.5.1 Intrinsic safety parameters of the Ethernet Module The Power over Ethernet function (PoE) of the Ethernet module supports power class 0.
  • Page 28: Labelling

    The label is placed on the front panel of the device (see “Construction and Function” chapter). Designation Data Logger 3.9.1 The designation of the DL230 contains the following information: III.: 1 1 Type designation 6 Maximum input frequency 2 Year of manufacture...
  • Page 29: Atex Marking

    Technical data 3.9.2 ATEX marking The plates for the "ATEX" marking of the DL230 are located on the top panel of the device housing. 3.9.2.1 Associated apparatus for Zone 0 and 1 III.: 2 1 Manufacturer and address 4 ATEX-marking...
  • Page 30: Device Software Identification

    Technical data 3.9.3 Device software Identification ◼ Move the cursor using the arrow keys to the "Serv." register and to the values "Vers" (device software version) and "Chk" (checksum) via the following path: Serv.  Identification  Data Logger  Vers or Chk ◼...
  • Page 31: Construction And Function

    Construction and Function Construction and Function 4.1 External view III. 4 1 Display 6 Cable glands 7 Arrow keys     2 Function key 8 Enter button „ENTER“ 3 Optical interface 4 Escape button „ESC“ 9 Aerial 5 Hinge 10 Sealing eyelets...
  • Page 32: Internal View

    4.3 Short description The DL230 data logger is used to determine maximum load and to register load profiles in gas plants for special-rate clients. Up to four meters or low- frequency pulse outputs from volume correctors can be connected to the data logger.
  • Page 33: Connections

    GSM, GPRS and UMTS (2G and 3G) radio standards. Alter- natively, communication modules can be used for Ethernet communication or for communication via RS232/RS485 interface. Use of the DL230 is via 7 keys and an alphanumeric display on the front panel. 4.4 Connections The DL230 memory can be connected to: –...
  • Page 34: Assembly, Connection And Putting Into Operation

    Assembly, Connection and Putting into Oper- ation 5.1 Assembly The DL230 can be operated as associated apparatus for ATEX zone 0 or 1 and inside ATEX zone 2. Notice the yellow ATEX marking on each device. When using in zone 2, the following warning applies:...
  • Page 35: Assembly On A Pipeline

    (III. 6: 1 ) cylinder screws, insert the A2 universal bracket in the boreholes provided (III. 6: 3 ) on the DL230 (III. 6: 2 ). 2. Tighten the screws so that the bracket is sitting in a fixed position.
  • Page 36: Assembly On A Wall

    1. Bore four holes in the positions marked on the wall (see dimensions in III. 7). 2. Select wall plugs, which correspond to the size of the screws and insert these in the boreholes in the wall. 3. Use four universal screws 50mm x 5mm for attaching the DL230 to a wall.
  • Page 37: Connection

    To program the device and carry out further applications the optical inter- face of the DL230 (see the "Construction and Function" chapter) can be used. Further details can be found under www.elster-instromet.com. The connections described below should only be sealed by a calibration officer.
  • Page 38: Connecting Meters

    5.2.1.1 Connection to a pulse transducer 1. Connect the meter's pulse transducers to the DE1 to DE4 terminals (III. 8) of the DL230. The polarity can be freely selected (the symbols "+" and "-" on the terminals are used for the connection of other pulse transducers or encoders).
  • Page 39: Sealing The Input Terminals

    (see chapter 5.3.2). 5.2.3 Connecting the power supply 5.2.3.1 Power supply for the DL230 with integrated power supply unit DANGER! Danger to life from electrical current! Touching live parts poses an imminent danger to life.
  • Page 40: Connect Outputs Of The Dl230

    The connection of non-intrinsically-safe or non- associated apparatus presents a risk of explosion! The operation of the DL230 as associated apparatus for zone 0 or 1 and the connection of non-intrinsically-safe equipment which exceeds those conditions and limit values specified in the declaration of conformity, presents a risk of explosion.
  • Page 41 Cable gland M12 ≥ 5 mm Cable gland M16 ≥ 5,5 mm. Different downstream devices can be connected to the digital outputs of the DL230. The outputs are preconfigured for this purpose (see chapter 5.3.1.5). 1. Remove the terminal cover for the digital outputs (terminals DA1 and / or DA2) (Ill.: 10).
  • Page 42 Assembly, Connection and Putting into Operation An electrically-insulated output only requires electricity if the output is active (switched-on). You can therefore minimize the negative influence of an electrically-insulated output on the battery life by setting the pulse duration to the lowest possible value when using it as a pulse output.
  • Page 43: Putting Into Operation

    Assembly, Connection and Putting into Operation 5.3 Putting into operation 5.3.1 Configuration of measurement parameters If the DL230 is subject to calibration regulations, the works described below should only be performed by legally authorized individuals. The necessary operating parameters can be adjusted using the free configuration program "enSuite", which is available under www.elster-...
  • Page 44 Press the ENTER key to confirm the value setting. Input can be can- celled using the ESC key. – Wait until "Auto-Encoder" is replaced by another value. This can take up to a minute as the DL230 activates and test all known encoder pro- tocols consecutively.
  • Page 45 Measurement 5.3.1.4 Adjusting meter readings To control the measuring of volumes, the meters (V1 to V4) of the DL230 can be adjusted to the same respective value as the meters connected when the calibration or administrator lock is open (with an entry in the PTB log).
  • Page 46 Aside from the settings described here, a range of other func- tions can be configured for the outputs, e.g. status information or time-synchronous pulses. A complete description can be found in the DL230 Application Manual that can be downloaded under www.elster- instromet.com.
  • Page 47 All measurement archives (no logs) will be deleted. In order to ensure that the archive is not accidentally deleted, the serial number of the DL230 must be entered whilst the calibration lock is open (this number is located on the identification plate of the device).
  • Page 48 5.3.1.10 Use of the "HT/LT switch-over" The DL230 also offers an option to carry out the switch over from the high tariff meter (HT) to the low tariff (LT) meter. Whether such a switch over has been parameterized can be found under: Serv.
  • Page 49: Sealing

    Assembly, Connection and Putting into Operation 5.3.2 Sealing 5.3.2.1 External view Ill.: 13 Possible sealing point to secure the identification plate via adhesive seal. Optional user lock: Sealing the cover by means of wire seals through the sealing eyelet at the top and the hinge at the bottom. 5.3.2.2 Internal view Ill.: 14 Sealing point to secure the calibration switch.
  • Page 50: Closing The Housing

    Assembly, Connection and Putting into Operation These sealing points Ill.: 14/3 to secure the pulse inputs and pulse outputs are subject to national regulations (cf. WELMEC 11.1, chapter 2.7.1). Depending on the legal situation in the respective country of use, seals produced by legally authorized manufacturers or the meter operators, should be used.
  • Page 51: Verifying Assembly And Connection

    For the various options available regarding data transmission to a control centre via the integrated modem then please follow the corresponding instructions in the DL230 applications manual which can be downloaded from von http://www.dl230.de/ (DOWNLOADS → Dokumente). The data transfer settings can be configured without opening the calibration...
  • Page 52: Operation

    Operation Operation The "enSuite" software and data interfaces of the DL230 can be used to perform further applications other than those described below. Instructions can be found under www.elster-instromet.com. 6.1 Safety 6.1.1 Personal protective equipment When working on the device inside a gas-handling plant, personal protec- tive equipment must be worn to minimize risks to health.
  • Page 53: Calibration Officer

    Operation – is authorized to read and take note of values and parameters using the control elements of the DL230, and to perform changes which are not subject to calibration regulations. Calibration officer 6.2.3 A calibration officer, who, – on the basis of their professional training, knowledge and experience and awareness of applicable standards and regulations, is in a position to perform the works on gas systems.
  • Page 54: Basic Principles

    Operation 6.3 Basic principles As already explained in the "Construction and Function" chapter, the DL230 can be operated and programed using the control elements on the front panel of the device. Ill. 16: Front panel of the DL230 Arrow keys    ...
  • Page 55: Display

    Operation 6.3.1 Display The display is divided into the five registers "Main", "Cust.", "Admin", "Serv." and "Ctrl." under which measurements, settings and other data are displayed. Ill. 17 Display layout Cursor External power supply Device status Reception strength of the modem Active register Battery charge status...
  • Page 56: Button Functions

    Operation 6.3.2 Button functions The pressure and arrow buttons have the following functions: Button Function  – Jump right to another data list. – Jump to the second part of a two-part value.  – Jump down through a data list. ...
  • Page 57: Data Recall, Display Navigation

    Operation 6.3.3 Data recall, display navigation Using the arrow keys , , ,  you can move the cursor around the display and switch to the other values. Pressing the "ESC" key means you move up a level until you reach one of the "Main", "Cust.", "Admin", "Serv."...
  • Page 58: Meaning Of Status Symbols

    Operation 6.3.4 Meaning of status symbols The status symbols displayed in the first line have the following meaning: Ill. 19: Status symbols in the display Status Symbol Symbol Description In the upper left-hand side of the screen, individual letters are displayed as symbols for the following signals: No special messages Alarm –...
  • Page 59: Error Messages When Entering Values

    The display freezing can be caused by pressing the function External power supply This symbol indicates that the DL230 is supplied via the inte- grated power supply unit. Signal strength of the radio network for the GSM modem.
  • Page 60: Access Rights

    The value can only be changed when the calibration lock is open as the PTB log is full. 6.3.6 Access rights The following parties can access the DL230. Access Description Calibration officer Certification Data Log...
  • Page 61 This includes all values, which influence volume readings. The calibration lock is designed as a button, which is positioned inside the DL230 housing underneath the circuit board cover. It can be protected with an adhesive label (see chapter 5.3.1.1, "Opening the calibration lock").
  • Page 62: Data Register Content

    Operation If the calibration lock is opened when the certification data log is full, it can only be closed again after the calibration log has been deleted. 6.3.6.3 Administrator and customer locks Administrator and customer locks are used to protect data which is not sub- ject to calibration regulations, but which should also not be modified without authorization.
  • Page 63: Main" Register (main Display)

    Operation 6.4.2 "Main" register (main display) An overview of the most important measurements is presented in the "Main" register. Depending on settings, the contents (see Chapter 6.4.6.5) may vary. Display Description Unit Access Address Main counter input 1 1:200 Main counter input 2 2:200 Main counter input 3 3:200...
  • Page 64: Cust." Register (customer)

    Operation 6.4.3 "Cust." Register (Customer) This register is used to display and check special device settings and conditions. This application is provided for customers. This register can be freely programed by the user via the enSuite configu- ration software. The following parameters are programed ex-works: Display Description Unit...
  • Page 65 Operation 6.4.3.1 VxMPL – Maximum measurement period counter of the respective input in the previous month The displayed value is the metering period maximum of the counter input of the previous (Last) month. The maximum time stamp is displayed in the fol- lowing line after moving the cursor to the value "VxMPL".
  • Page 66: Admin" Register (administrator)

    Operation 6.4.4 "Admin" Register (Administrator) This register is used to display and check special device settings and conditions. This application is provided for meter operators. Display Description User values Sub-menu for user-specific parameters Input 1 Sub-menu for values and parameters for input 1 Input 2 Sub-menu for values and parameters for input 2 Input 3...
  • Page 67: Serv." Register (service)

    Operation 6.4.5 "Serv." register (Service) This register is used to display, check and configure special device settings and conditions. This application is only intended for service technicians (specialists) or a calibration officer for putting the device into operation or maintenance. Display Description Input 1...
  • Page 68: Ctrl." Register (control)

    Operation 6.4.6 "Ctrl." register (control) This register is used to monitor special device settings. This application is only intended for service technicians (specialists) or a calibration officer for putting the device into operation or maintenance. Display Value Unit Access Address St.AL Administrator lock: State/close 3:170...
  • Page 69 6.4.6.4 Menu - Selection of the display menu In an as-delivered condition, the display of the DL230 has the following five registers: "Main", "Cust.", "Admin.", "Serv." and "Ctrl.". Registers can be displayed and hidden for certain purposes using the "Menu" value.
  • Page 70: Use As High-flow Display Device

    Format: 8 digits before and 3 digits after decimal point with input, short descriptions and units 6.5 Use as high-flow display device The DL230 has an integrated high-load display function and has national approval. The following consumption figures are calculated and stored for each of the...
  • Page 71: Use As Flow-recording Device

    6.6 Use as flow-recording device The DL230 has an integrated flow-recording registration function and has national approval. The meter readings Vx and Vx.P used for billing as well as their progressions Vx and Vx.P are contained in the measurement period...
  • Page 72: Search Function For Checking Archive Entries

    Operation open. Otherwise the value can only be changed when the calibration lock is open. Sensible and typical values include 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 or 60 minutes. For monitoring invoicing data on the display, the device is equipped with the following functions: •...
  • Page 73: Maintenance

    Maintenance value will cause the display to jump to the archive row containing the entered value. If the entry is not found, it jumps to the next closest entry. Maintenance 7.1 Safety DANGER! Danger to life from electrical current! Touching live parts poses an imminent danger to life. Dam- age to the insulation or individual components may be life- threatening.
  • Page 74 Maintenance WARNING! Misuse of batteries may present a risk of injury. Special care must be taken when handling batteries. Therefore: – Do not throw the batteries into the fire or expose these to high temperatures. There is a risk of explosion. –...
  • Page 75: Personnel

    Maintenance 7.1.1 Personnel Maintenance works must be carried out correctly. – The maintenance works described in this document should solely be carried out by specialized electricians (see "Operation" chapter). WARNING! Risk of injury if maintenance works are carried out in- correctly.
  • Page 76: Testing And Changing Device Batteries

    In the delivered state, one or two device batteries are con- nected to the base plate of the DL230 depending on the or- der. With two batteries, the service life is doubled provided...
  • Page 77 Maintenance Always leave at least one battery connected to the DL230 (to X5 or X6) when changing batteries. This way, the DL230 will continue to work whilst the batteries are being changed. CAUTION! Reduced battery power! The simultaneous use of an old and a new battery considerably reduces battery power.
  • Page 78 96 months. If not, compare the settings with those for standard measurement conditions and repeat step 12 if nec- essary. Please ensure that the new batteries are connected correctly and are in a fixed position inside the DL230. CAUTION! Damage to property caused by improper device closure! If the device is not properly closed cables can get pinched and cause damage.
  • Page 79: Entering The Battery Capacity

    Maintenance 7.2.2 Entering the battery capacity The battery capacity must be re-entered after changing a battery. If the device is operated with high-level security (see appli- cation manual) then the battery capacity can only be en- tered using the enSuite software! ◼...
  • Page 80: Display Remaining Battery Power

    Maintenance Move the cursor with the arrow keys  or  in order to change the val- ◼ ue to "locked". ◼ After making the change, press the ENTER button to confirm the input. The input value can be deleted by pressing the ESC button. 7.2.3 Display remaining battery power The calculation of the remaining battery power depends on the consumed capacity (which is measured) and on the...
  • Page 81 In the delivered state, one or two modem batteries are connected to the main board of the DL230 depending on the order. With two batteries, the modem service life is doubled provided that the settings remain the same.
  • Page 82 3. Loosen the four screws (Ill.: 23 2 ) with which the housing is Ill.: 23 connected. 4. Open the cover of the DL230 by pushing down on it. 5. Loosen the screw on the battery holder (Ill.: 25 1 ) and pull out the mounting element for the battery (Ill.: 25 2 ).
  • Page 83 13. Monitoring of the battery change can take place by checking the voltage of the modem battery as described in chapter 7.3.2. Please ensure that the new batteries are connected correctly and are in a fixed position inside the DL230. CAUTION! Damage to property caused by improper device...
  • Page 84: Display Modem Battery Voltage

    Maintenance 7.3.2 Display modem battery voltage ◼ The voltage of the modem battery can be checked under Admin → Batteries → UBatM (Voltage of the modem battery) If a call window is active, UBatM shows the measured value of the supply voltage of the modem.
  • Page 85 (Ill.: 28 2 ) with which the Ill. 29 housing is connected. 4. Open the cover of the DL230 by pushing down on it. 5. The fuse SI2 is located at the upper edge of the power supply unit. (Pos.
  • Page 86 Maintenance 8. Close the housing using the four screws provided (Ill.: 23 2 ) Pay heed to use only fuses of the type TR5 with the current value of 200 mA T (Slow-Blow or Time Lag). CAUTION! Damage to property caused by improper device closure! If the device is not properly closed, cables can get pinched and cause damage.
  • Page 87: Faults

    (see chapter Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht gefunden werden.) or our Electronic Hotline: Tel. +49 (0) 6134 / 605-123 http://www.elster-instromet.com/en/support E-Mail: ElsterSupport@Honeywell.com 8.1 Safety DANGER! Danger to life from electrical current! Touching live parts poses an imminent danger to life.
  • Page 88: Personnel

    Faults 8.1.1 Personnel – The works described below for the elimination of a fault can, unless specified otherwise, be performed by the operator. – Some works may only be carried out by specially trained professionals or exclusively by manufacturers themselves; special reference will be made to this in the descriptions of individual faults.
  • Page 89: Behaviour In The Event Of Faults

    8.2 Fault and other status messages Faults (synonymously used here for "alarms") during the operation of the DL230, can be identified by means of status symbols in the first line of the display (see chapter 6.3.4). You can obtain further information and messages under the current status "Stat"...
  • Page 90 Faults Message Description, process b) Warnings: DL230 batteries failed intermittently. As a result of this, Data restore the time has not changed and measurement acquisition has failed. All data has been saved. This message appears when the battery is changed and the old batteries are removed before the new ones are connected.
  • Page 91 Faults Message Description, process I1 Warn. sig. When an input is configured as a warning input, if an active signal is present on the relevant terminal (i.e. I2 Warn. sig. terminal DI2) this message is displayed. I3 Warn. sig. The input configurations can be changed using the pa- I4 Warn.
  • Page 92 Call Win. 4 Call Win. 5 Call Win. 6 Call time 1 The named call time is active, i.e. the DL230 calls the Call time 2 remote terminal for the purpose of data transmission. Call time 3 Call time 4...
  • Page 93: Appendix

    Device: Battery module 13 Ah 73 015 774 Device: Battery module 13 Ah 73 023 225 Battery module 8 Ah for the modem of the DL230 73 017 964 Connection board for the modem battery for retrofitting 73 024 772...
  • Page 94: Documentation

    9.2 Connection, Replacement and Retrofit of Compo- nents The different ATEX approvals are only valid for the DL230 device at the time they leave the company (ex-works). In order to retain the validity of the approvals, modifications to the DL230 are not allowed or are limited to only a few cases.
  • Page 95 Appendix allowed field action Carrying out al- Influence Additional Function Block lowed by on War- Activity … ranty? Digital Inputs x Operator Digital Outputs x Operator Individual Warranty Operator certificate expires needed Test ac- cording to Elster EU low- integrated pow- Service voltage di- er supply unit...
  • Page 96 Appendix allowed field action Carrying out al- Influence Additional Function Block lowed by on War- Activity … ranty? Internal communication x Operator module Antenna Operator The actions 'Replacement' and 'Retrofit’ are also always include the action ‘Connection’ Depending on the organization, this is the network operator, meter operator or owner. Includes also the exchange of internal antenna for external antenna.
  • Page 97 Appendix The carrying out of the action Function Block is described in: Digital Inputs x Chapter 5.2.1 Digital Outputs x Chapter 5.2.4 Please contact the Elster Sup- port. integrated power supply unit x Chapter 5.2.3 Fuse Si2 at power Chapter 7.4 supply unit Device battery Chapter 7.2...
  • Page 98: Ec Declaration Of Conformity

    Appendix 9.3 EC Declaration of Conformity...
  • Page 99: Atex Type Examination Certificate

    Appendix 9.4 ATEX Type Examination Certificate 9.4.1 Associated apparatus for Zone 0/1...
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