Beko METPOINT BDL portable Instructions For Installation And Operation Manual

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  • Page 1 EN-US - english Instructions for installation and operation Mobile hand-held measuring device METPOINT BDL portable ®...
  • Page 2 Dear customer, ® Thank you for deciding in favor of the METPOINT BDL portable. Please read these installation and operat- ing instructions carefully before mounting and starting up the device and follow our directions. Perfect func- ® tioning and safe operation of the METPOINT BDL portable can only be guaranteed when the provisions and notes stipulated here are strictly adhered to.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Password setting ......................25 12.3.2.1.2 Sensor settings ......................26 12.3.2.1.2.1 Selection of the ext. sensor type (example: BEKO digital sensor type) ....27 12.3.2.2 Denoting the measuring data and determining the resolution of the decimal places ..30 12.3.2.2.1.1 Recording measuring data ..................30 12.3.2.2.1.2...
  • Page 4 12.3.2.3.1.6 Type no sensor ....................... 42 12.3.2.3.1.7 Type Modbus ......................43 12.3.2.3.2 Selection and activation of the sensor type ..............43 12.3.2.3.2.1.1 General Modbus settings ................. 43 12.3.2.3.3 Modbus settings for the METPOINT ® SD23 ..............47 12.3.2.3.4 Data logger settings ...................... 49 12.3.2.3.5 Device settings ......................
  • Page 5: Pictograms And Symbols

    Pictograms and symbols Pictograms and symbols General danger symbol (danger, warning, caution) General note Observe the installation and operating instructions (on the type plate) Observe the installation and operating instructions Signal words in accordance with ISO 3864 and ANSI Z 535 Danger! Imminent hazard Consequences of non-observance: serious injury or death...
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    Safety instructions Safety instructions Please check whether or not these instructions correspond to the device type. Please adhere to all advice given in these operating instructions. They include basic infor- mation which needs to be observed during installation, operation and maintenance. Therefore, it is vital for the technician and the responsible operator/qualified personnel to read these oper- ating instructions prior to installation, start-up and maintenance.
  • Page 7: Field Of Application

    Field of application Field of application ® The new METPOINT BDL portable is a universally employable hand-held measuring device for many ap- plications in the industry like, for example: ►Consumption/flow measurement ►Pressure/vacuum measurement ►Temperature measurement ►Residual moisture/dew point measurement With the 3.5" graphics display with a touch screen, operation is very easy. The graphical presentation of the colored measuring curve is unique.
  • Page 8: Type Plate/Product Identification

    Type plate/product identification Type plate/product identification ® The type plate is on the housing. It includes all the important data regarding the METPOINT BDL portable hand-held measuring device which must be communicated to the manufacturer or supplier upon request. ® METPOINT BDL portable Produktbezeichnung...
  • Page 9: Storage And Transport

    ® METPOINT BDL portable for possible transport damage subsequent to transport and removal of the pack- aging material. The forwarding agent and BEKO TECHNOLOGIES or the BEKO TECHNOLOGIES agency shall be informed immediately about any kind of damage. Warning! Overheating! Overheating will destroy the evaluation unit.
  • Page 10: Technical Data Metpoint Bdl Portable

    Technical data METPOINT® BDL portable ® Technical data METPOINT BDL portable Color display 3.5" touch panel, TFT transmissive, graphics, curves, statistics Interfaces USB interface Output voltage: 24 VDC ± 10% Power supply for sensors Output current: 120 mA in continuous operation Internally chargeable Li-ion batteries, charging time approximately 4 h Current supply ®...
  • Page 11: Input Signals Ext. Sensor Metpoint Bdl Portable

    Input signals ext. sensor METPOINT® BDL portable ® Input signals ext. sensor METPOINT BDL portable Input signals 0 – 20 mA/4 – 20 mA Measuring range Signal current Resolution 0.0001 mA (0 – 20 mA/4 – 20 mA)  0.003 mA  0.05% internal or external Accuracy power supply...
  • Page 12: Installation

    Installation 10 Installation NOTE! The plug of the power supply unit (charger) is used as a separator. This separator must be clearly recognizable and easily accessible by the user. A plug connector with a CEE7/7 system is necessary. NOTE! Only use the included type GE12I12-P1J power supply unit. 10.1 Line cross-sections For the sensor connections/output signals, the following line cross-section needs to be used: AWG16 –...
  • Page 13: Connection Diagrams Of The Different Sensor Types

    11.1 PIN assignment for the sensor connection An ODU Medi Snap 8 pin is used as a sensor interface connector – reference: K11M07-P08LFD0-6550 These are the available connecting leads from BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GMBH: ODU connector with open ends: order no. 4028338, cable length 5 m.
  • Page 14: Connection Dew Point Sensors Dp Series

    Connection diagrams of the different sensor types DP series: dew point sensors FS series: consumption sensors SD series: pressure dew point transmitters 11.2 Connection dew point sensors DP series ® METPOINT BDL portable Grün DP109 ® The digital data transmission between the METPOINT BDL portable Blau and the DP 109 dew point sensor is implemented via the SDI bus...
  • Page 15: Connection Pulse Sensors

    Connection diagrams of the different sensor types 11.5 Connection pulse sensors Signal level 0: low = 0 – 0.7 VDC Signal level 1: high = 2.5 – 30 VDC Gelb Grau t = 400 µs max. frequency (pulse duty factor 1:1) = 1000 Input resistance: min.
  • Page 16: Analogue 2-Wire, 3-Wire, And 4-Wire Current Signal

    Connection diagrams of the different sensor types 11.6 Analogue 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire current signal Sensors with 4 - 20 mA output in 2-wire technology ® METPOINT BDL portable Gelb Blau Sensors with a 0/4 – 20 mA output in 3-wire technology Gelb ®...
  • Page 17: And 4-Wire Voltage Supply 0 - 1/10/30 Vdc

    Connection diagrams of the different sensor types 11.7 3 and 4-wire voltage supply 0 - 1/10/30 VDC Sensors with a voltage output in 3-wire technology Gelb Blau Sensors with a voltage output in 4-wire technology Gelb Grau Blau ® METPOINT BDL portable...
  • Page 18: 2, 3, And 4-Wire Terminal Assignment Of Pt100/Pt1000/Kty81

    Connection diagrams of the different sensor types 11.8 2, 3, and 4-wire terminal assignment of PT100/PT1000/KTY81 Gelb 2-wire PT100/PT1000/KTY81 Pink Gelb 3-wire PT100/PT1000/KTY81 Grau Pink Gelb 4-wire PT100/ 1000/KTY81 Grau Pink 11.9 Assignment with RS485 Weiss Braun Sensor with an RS485 interface Blau ®...
  • Page 19: Operation Metpoint ® Bdl Portable

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable ® 12 Operation METPOINT BDL portable ® The operation of the METPOINT BDL portable is implemented by means of a membrane keyboard and touch panel. 12.1 Membrane keyboard 12.1.1 On and off key Switching on or off by pressing the button and holding it.
  • Page 20: Exporting Screenshots

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.1.3.2 Exporting screenshots The screenshots that are stored on the SD card can be exported to a USB stick. Main menu  Export data With Export screenshots, the stored screen- shots can be transmitted to a USB stick. Main menu ...
  • Page 21 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Export data  Export screenshots  Exporting Ausgewählte Dateien: Tot. Size(Kbyte): The screenshots of the selected period of time are exported to a USB stick. ® METPOINT BDL portable...
  • Page 22: Touch Panel

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.2 Touch panel The operation is menu-driven to the largest possible extent via the touch panel. The selection of the respective menu items is realized via short "tapping" with the finger or using a soft- pointed pen. Caution: Please do not use pens or other objects with sharp edges! The foil may be damaged! In the event that a sensor was connected, the latter also needs to be configured.
  • Page 23: Main Menu (Home)

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3 Main menu (home) You can go to every available sub item via the main menu. 12.3.1 Initialization Subsequent to the switching-on of the ® METPOINT BDL portable, the channel is initialized and the "Current values" menu appears.
  • Page 24: Main Menu

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2 Main menu Home Hard- and soft- Alarm indica- Status data Interval data logger and Date & time (battery ware version tion logger remaining storage space condition every 30 s) Important: Prior to carrying out the first sensor settings, the language and time should be set. Note: Chapter 7.3.2.1.4.1 Sprache...
  • Page 25: Settings

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.1 Settings All the settings are password-protected! Settings or changes must generally be confirmed by OK! Note: When returning to the main menu and calling again one of the setting menus afterwards, the password must be re-entered! Main menu ...
  • Page 26: Sensor Settings

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.1.2 Sensor settings Important: Sensors from BEKO TECHNOLGIES GMBH are generally pre-configured and can be directly connected to the sensor channel! Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings After having entered the password, the over- view window of the channel will appear.
  • Page 27: Selection Of The Ext. Sensor Type (Example: Beko Digital Sensor Type)

    Type no sensor, you will go to the selection list of the sensor types (see next step). Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Text field type  BEKO digital Now, the Type BEKO digital is selected for the VA/FA 400 series and confirmed by OK.
  • Page 28 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Here, the Inner diameter of the flow pipe can be entered in the event that it was not automatically correctly set. In addition, the counter reading of the previ- ous sensor can be entered when replacing the sensor.
  • Page 29 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Now, a name can be entered. Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Subsequent to marking and confirming by OK, the configuration of the sensor is completed. Further configuration possibilities regarding sensors, see Chapters 12.2.2.5 to 12.2.2.8! See also Chapter 7.3.2.1.2.7 Textfelder beschriften und einstellen Note:...
  • Page 30: Denoting The Measuring Data And Determining The Resolution Of The Decimal Places

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.2 Denoting the measuring data and determining the resolution of the decimal places Note: resolution of the decimal places, short name value name can be found below the tool button! Tool button: Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Tool button For the value to be recorded, a...
  • Page 31: Alarm Settings (Alarm Pop-Up)

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.2.1.2 Alarm settings (alarm pop-up) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Alarm button By pressing an alarm button, the following window will appear: In the alarm settings, an alarm-1 alarm-2 incl. hysteresis can be entered for each chan- nel.
  • Page 32: Advanced Settings (Scaling Analogue Output)

    Note: 293.0 advanced setting is only available for 1000.0 BEKO digital. 110.0 200.000 The settings are completed by means of the buttons! Note: After having confirmed by the lettering is switched to black again. The values and settings have been accepted.
  • Page 33: Dew Point Sensor With The Beko Digital Type

    First step: select a free sensor channel Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Second step: Select type BEKO Digital Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  BEKO digital Third step: confirm twice with Now, a name (see Chapter 7.3.2.1.2.7 Textfelder beschriften und...
  • Page 34: Marking And Setting Text Fields

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.1.1 Marking and setting text fields Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 If the data logger is activated, the following window appears. By pressing yes, the data logger can be deactivated. (Only activated when settings and recordings were already implemented) Note: When sensor settings are implemented or...
  • Page 35 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Text field type After having pressed the Type text field, the following options can be chosen. (siehe Bild) See also Chapter 7.3.2.1.2.8 Konfiguration von Analogsensoren Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Text field unit A preset selection of suitable units.
  • Page 36 See also Chapter 7.3.2.1.2.2.1 Auswahl des Sensortyps (Beispiel Typ BEKO-Digital Sensor) Note: After having confirmed with the lettering returns to black and the values and settings are accepted. Caution: Reference temperature and reference pressure (setting ex works 20°C, 1000 hPa):...
  • Page 37: Configuration Of Analogue Sensors

    12.3.2.3.1.2 Configuration of analogue sensors Short overview of the possible Type settings including examples. For BEKO-Digital, see Chapters 7.3.2.1.2.1 Auswahl des Sensortyps (Beispiel Typ BEKO-Digital Sensor) 7.3.2.1.2.6 Taupunktsensor mit dem Typ BEKO-Digital. alarm settings, recording buttons, the resolution of the decimal places as well as the...
  • Page 38 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Unit text field A preset selection of suitable units for types 0/4 – 20 0 - 1/10/30 V By pressing the page button, paging forward is possible. In addition, internal "user"...
  • Page 39: Types Pt100X And Kty81

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.1.4 Types PT100x and KTY81 Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  PT100x Name Here, the sensor type PT100 and the unit °C were chosen. Alternatively, the sensor types PT1000 and KTY81, as well as the unit...
  • Page 40: Type Pulse (Pulse Value)

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.1.5 Type pulse (pulse value) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  Pulse Name Normally, the numerical value with the unit stands for 1 pulse on the sensor and can directly be entered into the 1 pulse = text...
  • Page 41 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Right arrow (2 page)  Consumption m³/h Units for the current consumption for the pulse type. m³/h m³/min Note: Example with the unit cubic meter! Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Right arrow (2 page) ...
  • Page 42: Type No Sensor

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.1.6 Type no sensor Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  No sensor Serves to declare a channel which is currently not required as configured. When returning from Type no sensor to sen- sor settings, the channel is displayed as free.
  • Page 43: Type Modbus

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.1.7 Type Modbus 12.3.2.3.2 Selection and activation of the sensor type First step: select a free sensor channel Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Second step: select the Modbus type Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  Modbus Third step: confirm with Now, a name...
  • Page 44 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Reg. address text field The sensor provides the measured values in registers. The values can be located and ® read out by the METPOINT PORTABLE via Modbus. For this purpose, the desired register ad- dresses need to be set in the METPOINT ®...
  • Page 45 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Examples : Holding Register - UI1(8b) - numerical value: 18 Selection register type Holding register, data type U1(8b) and byte order A / B HByte LByte 18 => Data order 1. byte 2. byte Holding Register – UI4(32) - numerical value: 29235175522  AE41 5652 Selection register type Holding register,...
  • Page 46 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Scal. text field The application of this factor allows for the adjustment of the output value by the latter. Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  OK By pressing the button, the specifications are accepted and stored.
  • Page 47: Modbus Settings For The Metpoint

    This is the setting instructions for the Rel. Hum. and Pressure dew point and Temp. Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.3 Modbus settings for the METPOINT SD23 ® ® When connecting the METPOINT SD23 via Modbus, the following settings are required: First step: select a free sensor channel Main menu ...
  • Page 48 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Fifth step: define the register Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Va  Use The definition of other registers is implement- ed in the same manner. The settings of the reg./data format are the same for all the registers.
  • Page 49: Data Logger Settings

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.4 Data logger settings Main menu  Settings  Logger settings In the uppermost row, the pre-defined time intervals 1, 2, 5, 10, 15, 30, 60, and 120 seconds can be chosen for the recording. A deviating individual time interval can be entered into the text field with the white...
  • Page 50 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Logger settings Force-new-logger-file button Main menu  Settings  Logger settings Force-new-logger-file button  Comment text field By pressing the Force new logger-file button, a new recording file is created, and with the selection of the Comment text field, a name...
  • Page 51 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Logger settings  Stop time button By pressing the Stop time button and sub- sequently pressing the date/time text field below, the date and the time for the end of the data logger recording can be set. Note: When activating the stop time,...
  • Page 52 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Logger settings  Start time button/Stop time button  Date/time text field  Cal button By means of the button, the desired date can easily be chosen from the calen- dar. Main menu ...
  • Page 53: Device Settings

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5 Device settings Main menu  Settings  Device settings Overview of the device settings 12.3.2.3.5.1 Language Main menu  Settings  Device settings  Language Here, one out of 10 languages can be select- ® ed for the METPOINT BDL portable.
  • Page 54: Date & Time

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5.2 Date & time Main menu  Settings  Device settings  Date & time By pressing the Time zone text field and entry of the correct UTC, the correct time can be set worldwide. Changeover to summer/winter time is imple- mented by pressing the Summer time button.
  • Page 55: Sd Card

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5.3 SD card Main menu  Settings  Device settings SD card  Reset logger data base Main menu  Settings  Device settings SD card  Erase SD card By pressing the Reset logger data base, the cur- rently stored data are blocked from use in the DP500.
  • Page 56: System Update

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5.4 System update Important! A system update can only be implemented when the power supply plug is connected in order to en- sure the continuous power supply during the update. Main menu  Settings  Device settings  System  System update Overview of the system update functions...
  • Page 57: Check For Available Updates (Usb)

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5.4.2 Check for available updates (USB) Main menu  Settings  Device settings  System update  Check USB stick for available updates When, after having pressed the Check USB stick for available updates button, the follow- ing messages (no file) appear in the win- ®...
  • Page 58: Loading Device Settings

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Settings  Device settings System System update  Update channels Update for the channels of the METPOINT® BDL portable. Important: If, subsequent to the channel update, the Restart button appears, it must be pressed to restart the ®...
  • Page 59: Reset Factory Defaults

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.3.5.5 Reset factory defaults Main menu  Settings  Device settings  factory def. reset  Reset to defaults ® If required, the METPOINT BDL portable can be re-booted by pressing the Restart- button. Einstellungen wieder hergestellt, bitte Gerät neu starten ®...
  • Page 60: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.4 Calibrating the touch screen Main menu  Settings  Calibration touch screen If required, the screen calibration can be changed here. Press Calibrate, and a calibration cross will appear 1. on the upper left, 2. on the lower right, and 3.
  • Page 61: Cleaning

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.4.2 Cleaning Main menu  Settings  Cleaning This function can be used to clean the touch panel during the running measure- ments. If one minute does not suffice for the clean- ing process, the procedure can be repeated at all times.
  • Page 62: Graphics

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.3.2.5 Graphics Main menu  Graphics Caution: In the graphics, only those records can be displayed which are already completed! The currently running recordings can be observed in graphics/current values. (see Chapter 7.3.2.3 Grafik/Aktuelle Werte) During the running measurement, no values are displayed! Zoom and scroll possibilities in the time range of the graphics: Maximally, an entire day can be displayed (24h).
  • Page 63 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Graphics  Date text field By pressing the Date text field (bottom middle), the calendar will appear, from which the suitable date can easily be se- lected. Here, the stored measuring data can be selected according to the time (start stop),...
  • Page 64 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Graphics  Set-up  Unit text field Here, the unit of the record to be displayed is selected from the menu. Main menu  Graphics  m³/h Now, the y-axis scaling with min, max, and grid can be set.
  • Page 65 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Graphics ® METPOINT BDL portable...
  • Page 66: Graphics/Current Values

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.4 Graphics/current values Main menu  Graphics/current values Here, one or several channels can be se- lected for the recording and representation of measuring data, for example from a dew point sensor or several different sensors. After having pressed this button, the currently recorded measuring data are displayed in the current time range.
  • Page 67 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Graphics/current values Channel C1: ltr/min The flow volume as graphics. When several channels are occupied, all the graphics are displayed. It must be observed that only the y-axis of the selected channel is displayed in each case.
  • Page 68: Channels

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.4.1.1 Channels Main menu  Channels Channels view shows the current meas- ured values of the connected sensor. In the event that the adjusted alarm limits are exceeded or underrun, the respective meas- ured value flashes yellow (alarm-1) or red (alarm-2).
  • Page 69 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable Main menu  Channels  C1   Dew point It is possible to reset an individual meas- ured value such as the pressure dew point here, or all of the min. and max. values of the sensor, if required.
  • Page 70: Current Values

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.4.1.2 Current values Main menu  Current values current values view allows for the indica- tion of 1 to 5 freely selectable measured val- ues. In the event that the adjusted alarm limits are exceeded or underrun, the respective meas- ured value flashes yellow (alarm-1) or red (alarm-2).
  • Page 71: Alarm Overview

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.4.1.3 Alarm overview Main menu  Alarm overview In the alarm overview, you can immediately see whether the alarm is an alarm-1 or an alarm-2. This is also evident in other menu items:   Main menu Channels and in Main menu...
  • Page 72: Export Data

    Operation METPOINT® BDL portable 12.4.1.4 Export data With export data, recorded data can be transmitted to a USB stick. Main menu  Export data With Export logger data Export system settings, the recorded measuring data and the stored settings can be transmitted to a USB stick.
  • Page 73 Operation METPOINT® BDL portable When several measurements were recorded on the same day, these will appear subse- quent to having selected the date with OK. The desired record can easily be chosen now. Main menu  Export data  Export logger data  Exporting The measuring data of the selected period are exported to a USB stick.
  • Page 74: Virtual Channels (Optional)

    Virtual channels (optional) 13 Virtual channels (optional) The "virtual channels" option offers two additional channels (no HW channels) for the description of calcula- tions regarding HW channels, virtual channels, and freely definable constants with each other. Per each virtual channel, up to eight value calculations with three operands each and 2 operations can be realized.
  • Page 75: Virtual Channels Setting

    Virtual channels (optional) 13.2 Virtual channels setting Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels After having activated the "virtual channels" but- ton in the sensor setting menu, an overview of the available four channels will appear. Note: Channels are not preset as a standard.
  • Page 76: Configuration Of The Individual Virtual Values

    Virtual channels (optional) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1  Name text field Now, a name can be entered. 13.2.2 Configuration of the individual virtual values Per each individual channel, up to eight virtual values can be calculated which need to be activated sepa- rately: 13.2.3 Activation of the individual virtual values Main menu ...
  • Page 77 Virtual channels (optional) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1  1 operand  C1 By pressing a hardware or virtual channel but- ton, e.g. I1, a selection list will open, showing the measuring channels or measured values that are available per channel, including de- fined virtual channels.
  • Page 78: Definitions Of The Operations

    Virtual channels (optional) 13.2.5 Definitions of the operations Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1 Right arrow (2 page)  1 opera- tion By pressing the text field operation, a list with the available mathematic operands will appear.
  • Page 79 Virtual channels (optional) To enter the new unit, press the Edit button. Define the unit and accept with OK.  By means of buttons Clr, the entry can be corrected.  Button erases the last character Button erases the entire value Important When all of the values and operators are applied, calculations with three values and 2 operands are possible, which are solved according to the following formula:...
  • Page 80: Resolution Of The Decimal Places - Designating And Recording Data Values

    Virtual channels (optional) 13.2.7 Resolution of the decimal places – designating and recording data values Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1 Tool button resolution of the decimal places, short name value name can be found below the Tool button.
  • Page 81: Analogue Total (Optional)

    Analogue total (optional) 14 Analogue total (optional) The "analogue total" option offers the possibility of a consumption determination also for sensors with ana- logue outputs, e.g.: 0-1/10/30 V or 0/4 – 20 mA. 14.1 Activating the "analogue total" option Subsequent to the acquisition of the "analogue total" option, the latter first needs to be activated. Main menu ...
  • Page 82: Selection Of The Sensor Type

    Analogue total (optional) 14.2 Selection of the sensor type See also Chapter 7.3.2.1.2.8 Konfiguration von Analogsensoren Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1 Type text field Selection of the required sensor type by press- ing the respective button, here, for example 4- 20 mA.
  • Page 83: Cleaning/Decontamination

    ® BDL portable from BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GmbH is taken back to be disposed of. If the BDL portable is not returned to BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GmbH for disposal, it must be disposed of in accordance with waste code: 20 01 36 Used electrical and electronic devices with the exception of those which come under 20 01 21, 20 01 23, and 20 01 35.
  • Page 84: Sd Card And Battery

    SD card and battery 17 SD card and battery For the storage and further processing of the recorded measuring results, there is an SD card slot inside the ® housing of the METPOINT BDL portable. An integrated battery (button cell) ensures the preservation of the configuration data even in the event of a voltage drop.
  • Page 85: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of conformity 18 Declaration of conformity BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GMBH 41468 Neuss, GERMANY Tel.: +49 2131 988-0 www.beko-technologies.com EC Declaration of Conformity We hereby declare that the products indicated hereafter comply with the stipulations of the relevant direc- tives and technical standards. This declaration only refers to products in the condition in which they have been placed into circulation.
  • Page 86: Index

    Index 19 Index Danger compressed air 9 Safety advice 6 Danger supply voltage 6 Safety instructions 6 Declaration of conformity 85 Skilled personnel 6 Field of application 7 Technical data 10 ® METPOINT BDL portable...
  • Page 88 Tel. +81 44 328 76 01 info@beko-technologies.jp Benelux Polska / Poland Scandinavia BEKO TECHNOLOGIES B.V. BEKO TECHNOLOGIES Sp. z o.o. www.beko-technologies.com ul. Chłapowskiego 47 Veenen 12 NL - 4703 RB Roosendaal PL-02-787 Warszawa Tel. +31 165 320 300 Tel +48 22 855 30 95 benelux@beko-technologies.com...

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