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  • Page 1 EN - English Instructions for installation and operation Graphic display-recorder METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 2 Dear customer, Thank you for deciding in favour of the BEKO METPOINT ® BDL data logger. Please read these installation and operating instructions carefully before mounting and starting up the device and follow our directions. Perfect functioning and safe operation of the METPOINT ®...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Pictograms and symbols ............................5 Signal words in accordance with ISO 3864 and ANSI Z 535 ................. 5 Safety instructions..............................6 Performance characteristics........................... 7 Proper use ................................8 Type plate ................................8 Storage and transport ............................9 Technical data BDL.............................. 10 Input signals.................................
  • Page 4 14.2.2.8.2 Type PT100x............................. 50 14.2.2.9 Type pulse (pulse value) ........................51 14.2.2.9.1 Type RS485 .............................. 53 14.2.2.9.2 Type no sensor ............................53 14.2.3 Type Modbus................................54 14.2.3.1 Selection and activation of the sensor type..................54 14.2.3.2 Modbus settings..........................54 14.2.3.3 Modbus settings for the METPOINT ®...
  • Page 5: Pictograms And Symbols

    Pictograms and symbols Pos : 1 /Beko Tec hnisc he Dokumentati on/Ü bersc hriften/1/Pi ktogramme und Symbol e @ 1\mod_1290773595840_16746.doc x @ 20532 @ 1 @ 1 Pictograms and symbols General danger symbol (danger, warning, caution) General note Observe the installation and operating instructions (on the type plate)
  • Page 6: Safety Instructions

    Any deviation from these limit values involves a risk for persons and for the material, and may result in malfunction or a breakdown. If you have any queries regarding these installation and operating instructions, please contact BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GMBH. Warning! Risk of injury in the event of insufficient qualifications!
  • Page 7: Performance Characteristics

    – all of this is possi- ble with the BDL. An alarm message can be sent via SMS or e-mail in connection with the BEKO METPOINT connect software.
  • Page 8: Proper Use

    Proper use Proper use ® METPOINT data logger serves for the stationary measured data acquisition and storage of analog and digital input signals. ® The METPOINT BDL data logger is exclusively designed and constructed for the proper application pur- pose that is described herein and must only be used correspondingly. A check in order to ascertain whether or not the device is suitable for the chosen employment must be car- ried out by the user.
  • Page 9: Storage And Transport

    Despite all due care and attention, transport damage cannot be excluded. Therefore, check the METPOINT ® BDL for possible transport damage subsequent to transport and removal of the packaging ma- terial. 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 Bdl

    SDI and other bus systems upon request, web server optional 4/8/12 sensor inputs for analog and digital sensors, freely assignable Digital BEKO Technologies sensors for the dew point and consumption, with an SDI interface FS109/211 DP109/110 series Digital external sensors RS 485/ModBus RTU, other...
  • Page 11: Input Signals

    Technical data BDL Pos : 24 /Beko T ec hnis che D okumentati on/Übersc hriften/1/T ec hni sche D aten @ 0\mod_1184329570967_16746.doc x @ 16779 @ 1 @ 1 Input signals Input signals Measuring range 0 – 20 mA/4 – 20 mA...
  • Page 12: Housing Dimensions

    Technical data BDL Housing dimensions METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 13: Mounting Instructions

    Mounting instructions Mounting instructions The housing of the METPOINT ® BDL must be fixed on the wall using suitable dowels and screws. NOTE! The wall mounting must withstand four times the weight of the device (7.3 kg). METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 14: Installation

    Installation 10 Installation 10.1 Safety instructions Danger! Supply voltage! The contact with non-insulated parts carrying supply voltage involves the risk of an electric shock resulting in injuries and death. Measures: • Observe all regulations in effect during the electrical installation (e.g. VDE 0100)! •...
  • Page 15 Installation The plug of the power supply cord 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. All the electrical lines carrying supply voltage or another voltage that is dangerous in the case of contact (power supply cord, alarm and indicator relays), must additionally be equipped with double or reinforced insulation (EN 61010-1).
  • Page 16: Prevention Of Electrostatic Discharge (Esd)

    Installation 10.1.1 Prevention of electrostatic discharge (ESD) Danger! Damage through ESD possible The device contains electronic components which may be sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD). The contact with electrostatically-charged persons or objects compromises these compo- nents. In the worst case, they are immediately destroyed or will fail subsequent to the start-up. Observe the requirements stipulated in EN 61340-5-1 to minimize or prevent the possibility of damage through sudden electrostatic discharge.
  • Page 17: Connection Diagrams Bdl

    Installation 10.2 Connection diagrams BDL DANGER! Supply voltage! An incorrect connection during the installation works involves risks for persons and the material, and a malfunction of the BDL may occur. Measures During the implementation of any installation works, it is imperative to observe the safety instructions in Chapters 10.1 and 10.1.1.
  • Page 18: Bdl With 12 Channels

    Installation 10.2.3 BDL with 12 channels X1.1: Voltage supply X2.1, X2.2: For the internal use X3.1 - X3.4: Alarm relay 1 – 4 X4.1: For CAN, RS485, R120 assignment XA.1 - XA.4: Sensor channels 1 – XB.1 - XB.4: Sensor channels 5 – XC.1 - XC.4: Sensor channels 9 –...
  • Page 19: Voltage Supply Bdl 100 - 240 Vac

    Installation 10.2.4 Voltage supply BDL 100 - 240 VAC X1.1 100 – 240 VAC, 50 – 60 Hz 10.2.5 X2.1 and X2.2 for standard version 100 – 240 VDC, wired ex works X2.1, X2.2 L1´ N´ PE´ Only for internal use U+ (24VDC) 10.2.6 Voltage supply regarding the special version 24 VDC X2.1...
  • Page 20: Connection 4 X Alarm Relays, Max. 230Vac, 6A

    Installation 10.2.7 Connection 4 x alarm relays, max. 230VAC, 6A X3.1: Alarm relay 1 X3.1 – X3.4 X3.2: Alarm relay 2 X3.3: Alarm relay 3 X3.4: Alarm relay 4 NC and COM are closed in the event of: alarm, power failure, sensor break 10.2.8 Connection bus systems X4.1 and S4.1 X4.1 S4.1...
  • Page 21: Connection Of The Sensors

    Connection of the sensors 11 Connection of the sensors As regards consumption and dew point sensors, there is the possibility to provide the measured values as an analog current signal 4 – 20 mA for further processing. In the connection diagrams, the collection of the current signal for an external PLC/central control system or for an external display is explained.
  • Page 22: Pin Assignment Of All Sensors Xa.1 - Xa.4, Xb.1 - Xb.4, Xc.1 - Xc.4

    XC.1 – XC.4 RS485 terminal resistance ON/OFF RS485-A (+) RS485-B (-) SDI (BEKO-internal data transmission for all dew point/consumption sensors) ANALOG IN + (current signal and voltage signal) ANALOG IN – (current signal and voltage signal) POWER SOURCE 500 µA...
  • Page 23: Connection Dew Point Sensors Dp109 Series

    Connection of the sensors 11.2 Connection dew point sensors DP109 series DP109 The digital data transmission between BDL and the DP109 dew point sensor is implemented via the SDI bus line. Alternatively, the user can use the DP109 as a 4 – 20 mA analog sensor in 2-wire technology.
  • Page 24: Consumption/Dew Point Sensors Fs109/211 Series & Dp110

    Connection of the sensors 11.3 Consumption/dew point sensors FS109/211 series & DP110 DP110 FS109 FS211 The digital data transmission between the BDL and the sensors FS 109/211 and DP110 is implemented via the SDI bus line. Alternatively, the user can use the DP110 as a 4 – 20 mA analog sensor in 3-wire technology.
  • Page 25: Connection Pulse Sensors

    Connection of the sensors 11.4 Connection pulse sensors Signal level 0: low = 0 – 0.7 VDC Signal level 1: high = 2.5 – 30 VDC t = 400 µs max. frequency (pulse duty factor 1:1) = 1000 Hz Input resistance: min.
  • Page 26: Analog 2-Wire, 3-Wire, And 4-Wire Current Signal

    Connection of the sensors 11.5 Analog 2-wire, 3-wire, and 4-wire current signal Sensors with a 4 - 20 mA output in 2-wire technology e.g. SP11/21/61 BDL with an external transmission For the transmission of the 4 - 20 mA current signal to an external display, PLC, or central control system, please use support pin 9 (ext.
  • Page 27 Connection of the sensors Sensors with a 0/4 – 20 mA output in 3-wire technology BDL with an external transmission For the transmission of the 4 - 20 mA current signal to an external display, PLC, or central control system, please use support pin 9 (ext.
  • Page 28 Connection of the sensors Sensors with a 0/4 – 20 mA output in 4-wire technology BDL with an external transmission For the transmission of the 4 - 20 mA current signal to an external display, e.g. to a PLC or central control system, please use support pin 9 (ext.
  • Page 29: And 4-Wire Voltage Supply 0 - 1/10/30 Vdc

    Connection of the sensors 11.6 3 and 4-wire voltage supply 0 - 1/10/30 VDC Sensors with a voltage output in 3-wire technology, e.g. SP22/62 Sensors with a voltage output in 4-wire technology SD23 METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 30: 2, 3, And 4-Wire Terminal Assignment Of Pt100/Pt1000/Kty81

    Connection of the sensors 11.7 2, 3, and 4-wire terminal assignment of PT100/PT1000/KTY81 2-wire PT100 / PT1000 / KTY81 3-wire PT100 / PT1000 / KTY81 4-wire PT100 / PT1000 / KTY81 METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 31: Assignment Rs485

    Connection of the sensors 11.8 Assignment RS485 Sensor with an RS485 interface METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 32: Connecting The Bdl With A Pc

    Crossover cable with an RJ45 plug connector Crossover adapter When the BDL was connected with the PC via a suitable cable, graphic and tabular data evaluations can be implemented with the BEKO Soft Basic. Network settings for Windows PC: Windows 7: Start ...
  • Page 33: Sd Card And Battery

    SD card and battery 13 SD card and battery For the storage and further processing of the recorded measuring results, there is an SD card slot inside the BDL housing. An integrated battery (button cell) ensures the preservation of the configuration data of the METPOINT ®...
  • Page 34 SD card and battery 180° CR 2032 Einbaulage Gehäuse (innen) ® METPOINT CR 2032 SD card replacement 1. Unscrew the screws of the housing cover and open the cover 2. Slightly press the existing SD card and remove it from the SD card slot 3.
  • Page 35: Operation Bdl

    Operation BDL 14 Operation BDL The operation is self-explanatory to the largest possible extent and is menu-driven via the touch panel. The selection of the respective menu items is realised via short "tapping" with the finger or using a soft- pointed pen.
  • Page 36: Main Menu Subsequent To The Switching-On

    Operation BDL 14.1.2 Main menu subsequent to the switching-on Status Hard- and software Alarm indicati- Status Interval data logger and Date and version remaining storage space time report Important: Prior to carrying out the first sensor settings, the language and time should be set. Note: Chapter 12.2.4.1 Language...
  • Page 37: Settings

    Operation BDL 14.2 Settings All 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  Settings Overview of the settings The optional...
  • Page 38: Sensor Settings

    Operation BDL 14.2.2 Sensor settings Important: Sensors of the manufacturer are generally pre-configured and can be directly connected to a free sensor channel! Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings After having entered the password, an overview of the available channels will appear. Depending on the version, these are 4, 8, or 12 channels.
  • Page 39: Selection Of The Sensor Type (Example: Digital Sensor Type)

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.1 Selection of the sensor type (Example: digital sensor type) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 If no sensor was configured yet, the, Type no sensor will appear. By pressing on the text field Type no sen- sor, you will go to the selection list of the sensor types (see next step).
  • Page 40 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 Now, a name can be entered and, at an ex- change of the sensor, the counter reading the previous sensor. Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 Subsequent to marking and confirming by OK, the configuration of the sensor is completed.
  • Page 41: Denoting The Measuring Data And Determining The Resolution Of The Decimal Places

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.2 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  A1  Tool button For the value to be recorded, a...
  • Page 42: Alarm Settings

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.4 Alarm settings Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  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 43 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Alarm button Setup delay The delays (T1 to T4) are freely definable, but they apply to all the relays in common. Here, the required delay time for T1 needs to be determined.
  • Page 44: Advanced Settings (Scaling Analog Output)

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.5 Advanced settings (scaling analog output) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Advanced settings In the advanced settings, it can be deter- mined whether the 4-20 mA analog output of the sensor should be based on the flow vol- ume or on the velocity.
  • Page 45: Dew Point Sensor Dp 109 - Sdi Digital

    First step: select a free sensor channel Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B1 Second step: Select type BEKO Digital Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B1  Type text field  Digital Third step: confirm twice with...
  • Page 46: Marking And Setting Text Fields

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.7 Marking and setting text fields Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 If the data logger is activated, the following window appears. By pressing yes, the data logger can be activated. (only activated when settings and recordings were al- ready implemented) Note: When sensor settings are implemented or...
  • Page 47 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Text field type After having pressed the type text field, the following options can be selected. (see illustration) See also Chapter 12.2.2.8 Configuration of analog sensors Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Text field unit preset selection suitable...
  • Page 48 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Text field gas constant A preset selection of suitable constants. The remaining text fields can be marked in the same manner as is described here, in Chapter 12.2.2.7 Marking and setting text fields! Main menu ...
  • Page 49: Configuration Of Analog Sensors

    14.2.2.8 Configuration of analog sensors Short overview of the possible Type settings including examples. Except for BEKO-Digital, in this case see Chapter 12.2.2.1 Selection of the sensor type (Example BEKO- Digital sensor type) 12.2.2.6 Dew point sensor with the BEKO-DIGITAL type.
  • Page 50: Type Pt100X

    Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Type text field  0/4-20mA Here, for example Type 4 – 20 Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C1  Unit text field A preset selection of suitable units for types 0 - 1/10/30 V 0/4 –...
  • Page 51: Type Pulse (Pulse Value)

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.9 Type pulse (pulse value) Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  Type text field  Pulse Normally, the numerical value with the unit stands for 1 pulse on the sensor and can directly be entered into the 1 pulse = text field.
  • Page 52 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  Unit meter The available units for the unit of the counter for the type pulse counter reading can, at all times, be set to any or a desired value. Please refer to Chapter 12.2.2.8.1 Types 0 - 1/10/30 Volt and 0/4 - 20 mA for further setting...
  • Page 53: Type Rs485

    Operation BDL 14.2.2.9.1 Type RS485 Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  C3  Type text field  RS485 With the RS485 bus/interface, customer- specific systems (BMS, PLC, SCADA) can be connected with the BDL. 14.2.2.9.2 Type no sensor Main menu ...
  • Page 54: Type Modbus

    Operation BDL 14.2.3 Type Modbus 14.2.3.1 Selection and activation of the sensor type First step: select a free sensor channel Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3 Second step: select the Modbus type Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  Type text field  Modbus Third step: confirm with Now, a name...
  • Page 55 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  Reg. address text field The sensor provides the measured values in registers. The values can be located and read out by the BDL via Modbus. For this purpose, the desired register ad- dresses need to be set in the BDL.
  • Page 56 Operation BDL Examples: Holding register - UI1(8b) - numerical value: 18 Selection register type holding register, data type (8b), and byte order A / B Hbyte Lbyte 18 => Data order 1. byte 2. bytes Holding register – UI4(32) - numerical value: 29235175522  AE41 5652 Selection register type holding register,...
  • Page 57 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  Scal. text field The application of this factor allows for the adjustment of the output value. Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  B3  OK By pressing the button, the specifications are accepted and stored.
  • Page 58: Modbus Settings For The Metpoint ® Sd23

    Operation BDL 14.2.3.3 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  Settings  Sensor settings  Select a free channel (example: channel A1) Second step: select Modbus type Main menu ...
  • Page 59 Operation BDL Fifth step: define the register Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 Va  use The definition of further registers is imple- mented in the same manner. The settings of the reg./data format are the same for all registers. Sixth step: enter the Modbus parameters The entry of the Modbus parameters is im- plemented via the white buttons (1) –...
  • Page 60: Logger Settings (Data Logger)

    Operation BDL 14.2.4 Logger settings (data logger) 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 61 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Logger settings Enforce-new-logger-file button Main menu  Settings  Logger settings Force-new-record-file button  Comment text field By pressing the force-new-record-file but- ton, a new recording file is created, and with the selection of the comment text field, a name or comment can be entered.
  • Page 62 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Logger settings  Stop time button By pressing the stop time button and subse- quently pressing the date/time text field be- low, the date and the time for the end of the data logger recording can be set. Note: When activating the stop time,...
  • Page 63 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Logger settings  Start button Subsequent to the start stop time acti- vation and the implemented settings, the start button is pressed and the data logger is on armed. The data logger will start recording at the set time! Main menu ...
  • Page 64: Device Settings

    Operation BDL 14.2.5 Device settings Main menu  Settings  Device settings Overview of the device settings 14.2.5.1 Language Main menu  Settings  Device settings  Language Here, one out of 12 languages can be cho- sen for the BDL. Note: Currently, only German...
  • Page 65: Network Settings

    Operation BDL Changeover to summer/winter time is im- plemented by pressing the summer time button. 14.2.5.3 Network settings Main menu  Settings  Device settings  Network settings Here, a connection to a computer can be set up and established, with or without DHCP.
  • Page 66: Modbus

    Operation BDL 14.2.5.4 ModBus Main menu  Settings  Device settings ModBus settings Here the transmission parameters Modbus ID, baud rate, stop bit and parity must be set. By setting the tick for enable Modbus RTU(RS485), Modbus will be activated. By pressing the set to default button, the pre-...
  • Page 67: System Update

    Operation BDL 14.2.5.6 System update Important: Prior to the update, save the device settings on a USB stick! Note: The button with the yellow background indicates which update option is available. Main menu  Settings  Device settings  System update Overview of the system update functions...
  • Page 68 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Device settings System update  Check USB stick for available updates In the event that, after having pressed the check USB stick for new software updates button, the following messages appear in the window, the BDL is not correctly con- nected with the USB stick, or no data are available.
  • Page 69 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Device settings System-Update  Update channels Update for the channels of the BDL. Important: If, subsequent to the channel update, the restart button appears, it must be pressed to restart the BDL! Main menu  Settings  Device settings System-Update  Restore device settings By means of the restore system settings button, the channel and system settings can...
  • Page 70: Reset Factory Defaults

    Operation BDL 14.2.5.7 Reset factory defaults Main menu  Settings  Device settings Reset factory defaults If required, the BDL can be re-booted by pressing the restart button. The "reset-to-defaults" button will most probably be available with subsequent updates! METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 71: Report Settings (Optional)

    Operation BDL 14.2.6 Report settings (optional) Main menu  Settings  Report settings Here, the report can be activated and deac- tivated with the start stop buttons. Note: Subsequent to the activation of the stop but- ton, the report will restart after one hour, if start button is not pressed before.
  • Page 72 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Report settings  Text field currency unit By pressing the currency unit text field, a currency can be entered which is taken over for the report and the cost settings. Note: When no currency is entered, the corre- sponding fields remain empty.
  • Page 73: Virtual Channels (Optional)

    Operation BDL 14.2.7 Virtual channels (optional) The "virtual channels" option offers four 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 realised.
  • Page 74: Virtual Channels Settings

    Operation BDL 14.2.7.2 Virtual Channels settings 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. 14.2.7.3 Selection of the sensor type Main menu ...
  • Page 75 Operation BDL Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1  Name text field Now, a name can be entered. store button is intended for a future func- tion, currently not in use. METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 76: Configuration Of The Individual Virtual Values

    Operation BDL 14.2.7.4 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: 14.2.7.4.1 Activation of the individual virtual values Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1  V1a use A virtual value is activated by pressing the re- spective value...
  • Page 77: Definition Of The Operations

    Operation BDL By pressing the desired channel button, e.g. A1b, the selection is accepted. If the const. value button was pressed, the value needs to be determined via the numeric keypad. By pressing the button, the value is accepted. By means of buttons ...
  • Page 78: Definition Unit

    Operation BDL 14.2.7.4.4 Definition unit Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  Virtual channels  V1 Unit of result By pressing the text field unit of result, a list with the available units will appear. The selection of the unit is implemented by pressing the desired unit button.
  • Page 79: Resolution Of The Decimal Places - Designating And Recording Data Values

    Operation BDL 14.2.7.5 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 With the recording...
  • Page 80: Example Calculation "Specific Performance

    Operation BDL 14.2.7.6 Example calculation "specific performance" As an example, a compressor plant with five compressors is taken as the basis. Consumption measurement in each case with an FS109 consumption probe at inputs A1 - A4 & B1, and an electric meter at input B2. The total consumption of air and energy, and the "specific performance"...
  • Page 81 Operation BDL Selection and entry of the operands and opera- tions see Chapter 12.2.6.4.2 and Chapter 12.2.6.4.3. The result for is the sum of consumption sensors + B1, see result zone. In this exam- 37233,4 m³ Selection and entry of the operands and opera- tions see Chapter 12.2.6.4.2 and Chapter...
  • Page 82: Analog Total (Optional)

    Operation BDL 14.2.8 Analog total (optional) The "analog total" option offers the possibility of a consumption determination also for sensors with analog outputs, e.g.: 0-1/10/30 V or 0/4 – 20 mA. 14.2.8.1 Activating the "analog total" option Subsequent to the acquisition of the "analog total" option, the latter first needs to be activated. Main menu ...
  • Page 83: Selection Of The Sensor Type

    Operation BDL 14.2.8.2 Selection of the sensor type See also Chapter 12.2.2.8 Configuration of analog sensors Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1 no sensor configured yet, the, type no sensor will appear. By pressing the text field type no sensor, will go to the selection list of the sensor types (see next step).
  • Page 84: Graphics

    Operation BDL 14.3 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 12.4 Graphics/current values) 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 85 Operation BDL Main menu  Graphics  Date text field By pressing the date text field, the calen- dar will appear, from which the suitable date can easily be selected. Here, the stored measuring data can be selected according to the time (start stop), comment,...
  • Page 86 Operation BDL 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  Set-up  Curve text field Now, the desired record and color intensity (under color) can be chosen.
  • Page 87 Operation BDL Main menu  Graphics  Set-up  Curve text field It is also possible to show several record- ings with the same unit in a y-axis by means of different color intensities. Main menu  Graphics  Set-up In the curve text field, it is indicated,...
  • Page 88 Operation BDL Main menu  Graphics METPOINT® BDL...
  • Page 89: Graphics/Current Values

    Operation BDL 14.4 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 90 Operation BDL Main menu  Graphics/current values Channel A1: The flow volume was selected as graphics and the consumption as a value (figure with a smaller font size). As a channel color, orange was selected. When several channels are occupied (here: two channels), all the graphics are displayed.
  • Page 91: Current Values

    Operation BDL 14.5 Current values Main menu  Current values current values view shows the current measured values of all the connected sensors. 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 92: Further Setting Options

    Operation BDL Main menu  Alarm overview  A1 As with Main menu  Current values, indi- vidual channels can be selected here. In the alarm overview, it is quickly visible which measured value has exceeded or underrun the alarm range. Note: The alarm parameters can be set and/or changed here.
  • Page 93: Calibrating The Touch Screen

    Operation BDL 14.7.2 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 94: System Overview

    Operation BDL 14.7.4 System overview Main menu  Settings  System overview system overview menu item provides information on the applied voltages and currents of the individual and the entire channels, as well as on the voltage supply of the power supply units.
  • Page 95: Report/Consumption Analysis With Costs And "Exporting Data

    Operation BDL 14.8 Report/consumption analysis with costs and "exporting data" With the optional report function, the daily, weekly, monthly, and annual total consumption can be calculated and indicated. The currency is entered in report settings (Chapter 12.2.5 Report settings (optional)), and the consumption costs are, at a certain time, entered in Chapter 12.8.2 Costs (optional).
  • Page 96 Operation BDL Touch panel operation - report As far as report is concerned, the consumption and costs of a channel in the desired time span or at a certain date can easily be examined by means of the touch panel. Recent date Channel designation in ascen- Channel designation in...
  • Page 97: Costs (Optional)

    BEKO-Digital and pulse. Main menu  Settings  Sensor settings  A1  Costs  Include-in-consumption-analysis button Here, the consumption costs per unit can be entered for a certain rate.
  • Page 98: Web Server (Optional)

    Operation BDL 14.8.3 Web server (optional) With an Internet Explorer and the IP address of your BDL, you can check the following options worldwide. http:// <IP-Adresse des BDL> Remark: You will find the IP address of the BDL in Chapters 12.7.4 System overview 12.2.4.3 Network settings.
  • Page 99: Export Data

    Operation BDL Actuals: 14.9 Export data With export data, recorded data can be transmitted to a USB stick. Main menu  Export data With export logger data, export system set- tings, export report, the recorded measur- ing data and the stored settings can be transmitted to a USB stick.
  • Page 100 Operation BDL Main menu  Export data  Export logger data  Selection The selected date is always highlighted in green, and the date figures of the Sundays are red, as is the case in a calendar. On days on which the measuring data were recorded, the date figures are optically raised.
  • Page 101: Screenshots

    Operation BDL 14.10 Screenshots The METPOINT BDL allows for the creation of an exact copy of the screen display and is able to store this ® so-called screenshot. 14.10.1 Creating a screenshot The creation of screenshots is implemented via The creation of screenshots is possible in the following menus: Main menu ...
  • Page 102: Exporting Screenshots

    Operation BDL 14.10.2 Exporting screenshots The stored screenshots can also be exported to a USB stick. Main menu  Export data The stored screenshots can be exported via the Export screenshots button. Main menu  Export data  Export screenshots The period for the screenshot export can be determined via the Selection...
  • Page 103: Cleaning/Decontamination

    §5, Law 1 (the German ElektroG), not affected by the substance prohibition of marketing. According to §9, Law 7 (ElektroG), theMETPOINT ® BDL from BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GmbH is taken back to be disposed Warning! Danger for persons and the environment!
  • Page 104 Alarm connection 21 Processing 22 Analog current signal 4-20mA 22 Safety advice 7 Danger compressed air 7, 10 Safety instructions 7, 15 Danger supply voltage 15 Skilled personnel 15 Field of application 8 Voltage supply 20 Incorrect installation 7 METPOINT® BDL...
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  • Page 108 Tel.: +81 44 328 76 01 info@beko-technologies.co.jp Benelux Polska / Poland Scandinavia BEKO TECHNOLOGIES B.V. BEKO TECHNOLOGIES Sp. z o.o. www.beko-technologies.com Veenen 12 ul. Chłapowskiego 47 NL - 4703 RB Roosendaal PL-02-787 Warszawa Tel.: +31 165 320 300 Tel.: +48 (0)22 855 30 95 info@beko.nl...

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