Manufacturer: Arcus
Reference 1: 60201101
Reference 2: KNX-IMPZ1-SK01
Series:
Colour: -
P.G.: 1
Weight: 0,130 Kg.
Web Code: 9542

KNX INTERFACE FOR SO METERS SK01-IMPZ modul

List Price:   Log in to view prices
* Ask our commercial agents about your discount
  DESCRIPTION

The consumption counter by Arcus-EDS GmbH consists of a counter module with a battery buffered data memory and a KNX bus coupler for remote read-out and remote surveillance.

The counter ports are operable with most DIN 43864 S0-interfaces. They can also be wired with a potential-free contact. The two counting values can be two different meters or one meter with 2 tariffs. Switching the tariffs is done through the second  input or over KNX.

KNX sensors are set up using the ETS ( KNX Tool Software ) with the associated application program. The device is delivered unprogrammed. All functions are parameterized and programmed by ETS.

Functions, 2 Independent Counter

• Meter reading
• Capacity / Volumetric flow
• Consumption value
• Consumption reset date
• Consumption reset time
• Last reference date
• Last reference value
• Next reference date
• Serial number
• Time and date

The Counter-Modul KNX-IMPZ2 is used for remote reading and remote monitoring of metering data The module is suitable to detect values of heat-, water-, current- and gas counter with S0-Interface.

The two counting values can be two different meters or one meter with 2 tariffs. Switching the tariffs is done through the second input or over KNX.
The device has an integrated bus coupling unit and needs no auxiliary power.

The Counter-Modul KNX-IMPZ2-SK01 is delivered in a housing of an impact resistant glass pallet reinforced plastic with gasket and achieves the protection class IP65.

The Counter-Modul KNX-IMPZ2-REG is intended for DIN rail mounting in dry indoor environment. Mountig is done by clipping the device on the DIN rail.
Protection class IP20 is achieved.

  F.A.Q.
  Description of communication objects

- Object 0, "Value Scale 1": Accumulative value of the counter.

- Object 2, "Flow Rate": Volume / time units (as indicated as parameter)

- Object 4, "Reference Value Scale 1": This obj. saves the value of the main counter at the time the date established in object 15 is reached, "Next Reference Date”. It is usually used to set future/periodic dates for billing and keep as a reference the new accumulated value.

- Object 6, "Consumption Value Scale 1": Additional counter which allows to be reset to 0 by the obj. 16, "Consumption reset". To reset, it allows to enter a PIN as a security element. The most common use is to know the consumption in certain periods (hours, days, etc.)

- Object 17 and 18: The date and time are send to the bus at the time the reset was sent via object 16.

- Object 14, "Last Reference Date": It stores the value of the date already passed from object 15, "Next Reference Date".

- Object 15, "Next Reference Date": It saves the value of the date in which the value of object 0 will be saved, "Value Scale 1", to object 4, "Reference Value Scale 1".

- Object 16, "Consumption Reset": When it receives the PIN set in parameters, object 6 is updated with value 0.

- Object 17 and 18, "Consumption Reset Time" and "Consumption Reset Date": They send to the bus the date and time at the time the reset was sent via object 6, "Comsuption Value Scale 1", upon receiving the correct PIN in object 16, "Consumption Reset".





  Parameterization of the application program

General Settings:

- "Reset Pin": It is used to set the PIN to be written in object 16, "Consumption Reset", in order to set to 0 the object 6, "Comsuption Value Scale 1". It must be a numeric value from 1 to 65535.

- "Number of Scales": Selecting "2", an additional counter is added.

- "It flowrate drops": If "Send 0" is selected, when the pressure drops, a "0" is sent.

Channel Settings:

- "Counts per Unit": The volume unit is selected according to the counter used. For example, selecting "10" ("Counts per Unit") and "10 ^ 3" would set m³.

- "Flow Measurement Period": The unit of time (second, minute, hour or day) is selected.







KNX SPECIAL CATALOGUES
Different looks for KNX push buttons
Push buttons
Smart metering
MDT Catalog 2017
Iddero Verso Interactive Presentation

LEARN
Free webinars
uBrick Tutorials
VideoTutorials CBSE


PARTICIPATE
µBrick Trivia
KNX Tips & tricks
TEST
Free test of CBSE visualization

LATEST KNX NEWS
All news

LATEST KNX OFFERS
All offers
DOWNLOADS
KNX - All brands

FUTURASMUS KNX GROUP
Contact
Location
Futurasmus in the world
FOLLOW US
YouTube Channel
Facebook
LinkedIN
Google+
Twitter

KNX++ TRAINING CENTER
Futurasmus Zentrum

CERTIFIED KNX TEST LAB
Futurasmus KNX Lab
SPECIALIZED KNX WHOLESALER CERTIFIED KNX TRAINING CENTRE
Futurasmus KNX Group is a highly specialized and internationally active KNX Wholesaler, being our forte the excellent technical support we provide. You can visit our online catalogue in this website and, if you are a professional, ask for a non binding offer for your KNX projects. Should you be interested in buying KNX components, you are welcome to read our General Sales Conditions and contact our technicians and commercial agents per telephone, e-mail or online help. Since 2003 we have been a Certified Training Centre KNX++, which means that we are entitled to impart the KNX Basic Course as well as the KNX Advanced Course and KNX Tutor Course. We are manufacturer-independent and also offer other specialized and monographic KNX seminars. After teaching more than 1.500 KNX partners, our KNX Trainers have quite a large and positive expertise. Please, contact us for customized KNX training worldwide (groups of at least 8 people) at training@futurasmus-knxgroup.org
USE OF COOKIES
We use our own and third-party cookies, analyzing your browsing habits in out website, with the finality of ensuring the quality, security and improvement of the offered services through the same. In the case that the user does not explicitly state whether to accept the installation of cookies, but continues using our website, it will mean that he has consented expressly, informing him about the possibility to block or remove the installed cookies on his computer by configuring the appropriate settings of the browser. You can get more information on this subject reading our "Cookies Policy".