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Installation instructions

Only for qualified personnel

Heat meter

Measuring capsule meter (IST)

Scope of delivery

Heat meter
Protective cap
Installation instructions
Operating manual
User information for immersion sleeves (only for D)
Fuse kit EAT
Fuse kit temperature sensor

Contents
Safety and guarantee..................................................................................... 5
Technical data................................................................................................. 7
Norms and standards.................................................................................... 7
Calculator unit................................................................................................ 7
Flow sensor 2 encapsulated meter.............................................................. 8
Temperature sensor....................................................................................... 8
Dimensional drawings................................................................................... 9
2" encapsulated meter................................................................................... 9
Single-pipe connection piece (EAT)............................................................ 10
Important installation instructions..............................................................11
Installation positions.................................................................................... 12
Installation variant........................................................................................ 13
Heat meter - directly immersed (ball valve)................................................. 13
Heat meter - indirectly immersed (immersion sleeve)................................. 13
Prepare installation - directly immersed (ball valve)................................ 14
- for new installation..................................................................................... 14
- for device exchange.................................................................................. 14
Prepare installation - indirectly immersed (immersion sleeve)............... 15
- for new installation..................................................................................... 15
- for device exchange.................................................................................. 15
Mount heat meter.......................................................................................... 16
Prepare assembly........................................................................................ 16
Identify EAT................................................................................................. 16
Mount heat meter........................................................................................ 17
Tighten measuring capsule.......................................................................... 17
Mount temperature sensor Heat meter - directly immersed (ball valve).18
Temperature sensor Diameter 5.0 mm / 5.2 mm...................................... 18
Temperature sensor AGFW...................................................................... 19
Mount temperature sensor - directly immersed (immersion sleeve)...... 20
Wall mounting for removable calculator.................................................... 21

Contents
Control installation....................................................................................... 22
Open blocks................................................................................................. 22
Control installation....................................................................................... 22
Seal device.................................................................................................... 23
Seal flow sensor.......................................................................................... 23
Seal temperature sensor in ball valve......................................................... 23
Seal temperature sensor in immersion sleeve............................................ 24
Note counter statuses.................................................................................. 24
Operation and display.................................................................................. 25
Device elements.......................................................................................... 25
Status displays............................................................................................ 25
Special operating modes............................................................................. 26
Error messages........................................................................................... 26
Key assignment in standard mode.............................................................. 27
Key assignment in programming mode....................................................... 27
Commissioning............................................................................................. 28
Activate programming mode........................................................................ 28
Example: Programming the due date.......................................................... 28
Example: Activate / deactivate levels.......................................................... 29
Example: Activate / deactivate checksum display (postcard readout)......... 29
Example: Changing the measuring unit (kWh MWh or MJ GJ).......... 30
Installation suggestions.............................................................................. 31
Checklist....................................................................................................... 32
Prior to assembly......................................................................................... 32
After assembly............................................................................................. 33
After commissioning.................................................................................... 33
Information about heat meter add-on modules ........................................ 34
Use of combined heat/cold meters with add-on module ............................. 34
WFZ16x.Ox add-on radio module......................................................... 34
R99/0005-02 M-Bus add-on module..................................................... 35
M99/4001-01 / -11 rcu4 radio add-on module rmh4 ............................. 35

Safety and guarantee


Important information
This product must be installed professionally and in accordance with the prescribed assembly guidelines and may therefore only be installed by qualified
and trained experts!
Application according to specification
Heat meters are used for the centralized recording of the consumption of heat
energy or cooling energy. Depending on their design, they are for measuring
hot water or hot water with glycol additives. Heat meters must be used exclusively for this purpose.
Use not according to specification
Any use other than the use described previously and any changes made to the
device constitute improper use. Uses and changes must be queried in writing
beforehand and are subject to special approval.
The installed meter is a pressurised component.
There is a risk of persons suffering scolds from hot water.
Warranty and guarantee
Warranty and guarantee claims are only valid if the parts in question have
been used in accordance with their intended use and if the technical requirements and any applicable technical regulations have been observed.
Safety notes
Improper handling and excessively forceful tightening of screwed connections
can cause leaks. Please observe the max. torque specified in the instructions. Seals must be suitable with regard to measurement and thermal loads.
You should therefore only use the seals delivered with the device. Meters for
heating water with glycol additives may only be used with the glycol additive
specified on the device.
Safety notes for lithium batteries
The heat meter comes with a lithium battery. This type of battery is classified
as hazardous.
VALID TRANSPORT REGULATIONS ARE TO BE ADHERED TO IN EACH
CASE!
Inspection documents for the batteries used are available on request.
Handling of lithium batteries:
store protected from dampness
and moisture
do not heat to above 100C or
throw in fire

do not short-circuit
do not open or damage
do not charge
do not store within reach of children

Technical data
Norms and standards
CE conformity

see Declaration of Conformity

Electromagnetic compatibility
Interference resistance
Emitted interference

EN 61000-6-2
EN 61000-6-3

Protection rating
IP protection rating

IP65 according to EN 60529

Heat meter
European Measuring Instruments Directive
(MID)
EC type examination
Heat meter
Quality of heat medium
Cause variables
Electromagnetic class
Mechanical class
Environmental class
Measuring accuracy class

2004/22/EC
DE-12-MI004-PTB009
EN1434
acc. to VDI guideline 2035
E1
M1
A
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Calculator unit
Temperature range
as heat meter
as heat/cold meter
Permissible temperature difference
Start of metering temperature
difference
Ambient temperature
Power supply
Lithium battery
Service life
Display levels
Standard
Display
Energy display

10 ... 90 C
5 ... 90 C
3 - 70 K
Heat: 1.0 K / cold: 0.2 K (can be selected via art. no.)
5 ... 55 C
Nominal voltage 3.0 V
> 6 (opt. 10) years + 6 months reserve
min. 2, up to 10
(depending on design and available options)
8-digit LCD + pictograms
kWh (opt. MWh, MJ, GJ)

Technical data
Flow sensor 2" encapsulated meter
Connection sizes and dimensions 0.6 m/h
1.5 m/h
Installation length of the EAT
110 mm
110 mm
Pipe connection
G 3/4 solder 15 mm / 18 mm

Ground
Installation position
Meter thread at the EAT
Nominal flow qp
Minimum flow qi
Ratio qp/qi

horizontal
vertical
horizontal
vertical

605 g
horizontal/vertical
G2B
0.6 m/h
12 l/h
24 l/h
50:1
25:1
2:1
3-4 l/h
1.6 MPa (16 bar)

Ratio qs / qp
Start-up
Max. permissible operating
pressure
Min. system pressure to avoid
0.1 MPa (1bar)
cavitation
Temperature range
10 ... 90 C
* Variants with higher dynamic ranges are also available

605 g

2.5 m/h
130 mm
G 1"
Solder 22
mm
607 g

G2B

G2B

1.5 m/h
30 l/h
30 l/h
50:1*
50:1

2.5 m/h
50 l/h
50 l/h
50:1*
50:1

4-5 l/h

6-7 l/h

Temperature sensor
Measuring element
Execution
Diameter
Installation type
Cable length

Standard
Optional

PT 1000 according to EN 60751


Type DS
5.0 mm - 5.2 mm
5.0 mm - direct (ball valve) / indirect (immersion sleeve)
5.2 mm - direct (ball valve) / indirect (immersion sleeve)
1.5 m
3.0 m

Dimensional drawings
2" encapsulated meter
101,5

G2
67
75

13

( 28,6 )

61,4

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Dimensional drawings
Single-pipe connection piece (EAT)

Marking
EAT-Type

D1 (mm) D2 (mm) D3 (mm)


22,2 0,2 32,2 0,2 52,4 0,2
10

D4
G 2-B

H1 (mm)
14,3 + 0,2

H2 (mm)
14,5 + 0,2

H3 (mm)
16 + 0,2

Important installation instructions

The installation of the encapsulated meter may only take


place in single tube adapter and only without the use of
adapter rings and taper pipes.

The sensor lines (e.g. temperature sensor cables) have to


be installed with a distance of at least 50 mm to the sources
of electromagnetic disturbances (switches, electrical motors,
luminescent screen tube).

An installed counter is a pressurised component!


Risk of persons suffering scolds from hot water.
Assembly only by trained experts.

Observe operating instructions, operating conditions and installation guidelines according to EN 1434-6!

Directly immersed installation variant


We generally recommend this variant!

Indirectly immersed installation variant


Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

Observe correct supply and return flow assembly and installation position of the flow sensor!
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Installation positions
Installation horizontal

Installation vertical

Installation horizontal tilted

No installation over head!

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Installation variant
Heat meter - directly immersed (ball valve)

Return flow sensor


integrated in flow
sensor
Supply flow sensor
Directly immersed

Heat meter - indirectly immersed (immersion sleeve)


Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

Return flow sensor


integrated in flow sensor

Supply flow sensor


Indirectly immersed
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Prepare installation - directly immersed (ball valve)


- for new installation

Clean system
Close ball valves

Ball valve with connection for directly


immersed supply flow sensor!

- for device exchange

Close ball valves


Break seals

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Prepare installation - indirectly immersed (immersion sleeve)


- for new installation
Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

Clean system
Close ball valves

Use muff with immersion sleeve!

- for device exchange


Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

Close ball valves


Break seals

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Mount heat meter


Prepare assembly

Remove blind cover or


disassemble existing meter
Remove profile seal
If necessary, remove
temperature sensor

Identify EAT

Check whether the EAT is


markedwith "ACTUAL" or "QDS".
If the EAT is marked, the measuring
capsule can be used without any
further tests.
If the EAT is not marked:
Check the dimensions specified on the
dimensional drawing of the EAT on page
10 of this manual to determined whether
the existing EAT has the correct size.

Marking
EAT-Type

If the measurements to no comply with the in this manual, the measuring


capsule cannot be installed in the existing EAT.
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Mount heat meter


Mount heat meter

Always install new meters


with new seals
Insert new profile sealing in
correct position
Screw new heat meter in
the EAT

Tighten measuring capsule

Tighten measuring capsule with


suitable wrench with ca. 30-40 Nm
Align calculator

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Mount temperature sensor Heat meter - directly immersed (ball valve)


Temperature sensor Diameter 5.0 mm / 5.2 mm
(1) Fix the temperature sensor in the included half shellscrew connection
Rollings of the screw connections are in the lower (1.1)
and center (1.2) corrugation of the sensor sleeve
Uppermost corrugation (1.3) touches the half-shell edge

1.3

(2) Attach the second screw half so that the


locking pins from the opposite notches
assume the second half.

1.2
1.1

Immersion depth
> 50 %

3
(3) Position O rings at the
installation location in the
ball valve.
Use the original O ring
from the accessory kit!
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(4) Insert temperature sensor


and connection with ca. 3 Nm
(by hand).

Assembly temperature sensor - directly immersed (ball valve)


Temperature sensor AGFW
(1) Screw temperature sensor into to installation location by hand.

Immersion depth
> 50 %

(2) Tighten sensor connection with a screwdriver with a torque of ca. 5 Nm.

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Mount temperature sensor - directly immersed (immersion sleeve)


Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

In EC countries (with the exception of Germany), immersion


sleeves are permitted for new installation if they are MID
compliant.
Immersion sleeves are not permitted for new installations in Germany!
Please observe the enclosed user information for existing immersion
sleeves for exchange installations!
Try the steps 1-3 successively with the portrayed position of the temperature
sensor (TS) in the half-shell screw connection P1 , P2 and P3 until it is
ensured that the TS is inserted in the immersion sleeve to the stop and that
the TS screw connection is securely in the thread of the immersion sleeve!
(1) Insert temperature sensor in the enclosed half-shell connection*.
(2) Attach the second screw half so that the locking pin of the one half snaps
into the recess of the second half.
(3) Slide temperature sensor to the stop into the immersion sleeve.
1
P1

P2

P3

(4) Tighten TS with screw connection with 3 Nm (by hand)


in immersion sleeve.
4
When installing the temperature sensor in a foreign
immersion sleeve the fastening method may differ
from the description above. If this is the case, use the fastening material of the
disassembled device.
* Devices with a temperature sensor diameter of 6 mm for the installation of foreign
immersion sleeves do not have any screw connections.
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Wall mounting for removable calculator


Variants with removable calculator can be installed with the optional wall bracket
with a distance of max. 40 cm from the flow sensor.
(1) Fasten spacer (a) and bracket (b) with enclosed material at the desired position. Align the bracket so that the groove (b1) points upward.
(2) Attach cover (c) so that the labelling "TOP1" can be read horizontally and
snaps into the bracket.
(3) Remove calculator from flow sensor, roll out calculator cable.
(4) Snap calculate (noticeably) into bracket.
a
b1

Ma

x.

40

cm

Cable support for


excess cable

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Control installation
Open blocks

Open ball valves


Switch in heating and
open heating valve

Control installation
Check impermeability
and direction of flow
Incorrect direction of flow
is shown in display.

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Seal device
Seal flow sensor
(1) Thread the wire of the seal through the seal drill hole of the
union nut at the inlet at the EAT and the flow sensor.
(2) Stick the seal through the free opening.
(3) Wind the wire tightly by turning the
blade of the seal.
(4) Break off the blade of the seal.
1

Sealing is ensured once the blade is


broken off.
3

3
4

Seal temperature sensor in ball valve

1
3

(1) Thread the wire of the seal through the seal drill hole on the
ball valve and the sensor connection.
(2) Stick the seal through the free opening.
(3) Wind the wire tightly by turning the blade of the seal.
(4) Break off the blade of the seal.
Sealing is ensured once the blade is broken off.
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Seal device
Seal temperature sensor in immersion sleeve
Please observe national and country-specific regulations
concerning the use of immersion sleeves!

(1) Thread the wire of the seal through the


seal drill hole of the sensor connection
and immersion sleeve.
(2) Guide the seal wire around the T piece.
(3) Stick the wire through the free opening
in the seal
4

(4) Wind the wire tightly by turning


the blade of the seal.

(5) Break off the blade of the seal.


4

Sealing is ensured once the


blade is broken off.

Note counter statuses

Remove assembly guard

:
Date
old:
status
Meter tatus new:
s
Meter
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Note assembly date, meter


numbers, and any seal numbers
Note old and new meter statuses
Dispose of old devices
according to national
regulations!

Operation and display


Device elements
(1) LC-Display - The display is off by default (sleep mode). Every 36 seconds the display
briefly flashes and shows the current meter status,
the meter status at due date and, if applicable,
an error message (quick read mode).
(2) Key < H > (horizontal)
(3) Key < V > (vertical)
(4) IrDA interface
(5) Interface cover
(6) Module interface
(7) Fastening holes for external optical
modules
(8) User backup and slots for external
cable connections

Status displays
Display

Description
The displayed data applies to:
Heat = Heat
Imp1 = Impulse entry1
Cool = Cool
Imp2 = Impulse entry2
(empty) = Displayed value is a current value
M (Memory) = Value for a month date or due date
Displayed value is a date value:
Day = current date
M-Day = Date applies to a saved annual
or monthly value
Displayed value is a checksum:
Check = Checksum refers to a current consumption value
M-Check = Checksum applies to a saved annual or monthly value
Current flow available
No energy metering -> No temperature difference
Current flow available
Energy metering
IrDA communication is currently active

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Operation and display


Special operating modes
Display

Description

Measure/information

Communication credit
of module interface or
IrDa exceeded

Is cancelled after expiration of credit


period (Module = current day; IrDA =
current month).

Operating time expired

Device must be replaced or battery


exchanged.
Please observe national and countryspecific legislation!

Direction of flow
incorrect

Check installation
(Observe arrow on flow sensor)
Check piping
Check functionality of circulation
pumps and thermostats

Temperature sensors
have been mixed up or
mounted incorrectly

Check whether the flow sensor has


been mounted in the correct track and
Check installation type of temperature
sensor

Error messages
Error display

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Error description

Measure/information

Hardware error or
damaged firmware

Check flow sensor, connection cable


and calculator for exterior damages
The device must be replaced

Supply flow sensor


broken

Check temperature sensor and line


for mechanical damages
The device must be replaced

Scort circuit
Feed cooler

Check temperature sensor and line


for mechanical damages
The device must be replaced

Return flow sensor


broken

Check temperature sensor and line


for mechanical damages
The device must be replaced

Short circuit
return flow sensor

Check temperature sensor and line


for mechanical damages
The device must be replaced

Operation and display


Key assignment in standard mode
1. Activate LC display
Press key < H > or
Press key < V >
2. Change from any position in a level to the next level
Press key < H>
3. Change to the next display within a level
Press key < V >

Key assignment in programming mode

(only level L3 or L4)

To activate the programming mode, you have to verify your programming authorization
by entering a device password.
The device password is located on the device packaging.
If the password is accept, further values can be programmed without having to enter a
password. Validity is cancelled once a level other than L3 or L4 is set.
1. Activate programming mode
Use key <H> to navigate to the level.
Within the level, use key <V> to show the value
to be parameterised.
First press key <H> and keep it pressed,
then also press key <V> and keep it pressed.
2. Changing parameters
Press key <V> several times briefly until the flashing parameter section achieves
the desired value.
Press key <H> briefly to jump to the next parameter section.
3. Confirm entry
First press key <H> and keep it pressed,
then also press key <V> and keep it pressed.

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Commissioning
Activate programming mode
1.

Use key<H>to entsprechenden Displayebene (L3 bzw. L4) .

2.

Use key<V> to display the respective value (here due day).

3.

Activate the programming mode with the key combination


<H>+<V>(cf.page 27) Press this key combination
until password entry appears.

4.

Press key <V>several times briefly until


the flashing parameter is reached.

5.

Press key <H> briefly to jump to the next segment block.

6. Repeat step 4 and 5 until the passport has been completely entered.
Confirm the password with the key combination<H>+<V>
(cfpage 27). If the correct password was entered, the display
will change to the value that is supposed to be programmed.

7.

Example: Programming the due date


Display level L31.

Display Due date

Activate the programming mode with the key combination <H>+<V>


(seepage27) .
If the programming mode is activated, first the segment block
for the setting of the value Year flashes.

2.

Press key <V> several times briefly until the value


year for the new due date.

3.

Press the key <V> only if the first due date is skipped.
Press the key <H> to jump to the segment block for the setting of the value Month.

4.

Press key <V>several times briefly until the value month


for the new due date is reached.

5.

Activate the programming mode with the key combination


<H>+<V> (cf.page 27).
You can only select the last day of a month as due date.

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Commissioning
Example: Activate / deactivate levels
Display level L3 1.

Display Possible + activated levels

Activate the programming mode with the key combination


<H>+<V>(cf.page 27) . The M- flashes once the programming
mode is activated.

2.

Briefly press the key <H> several times until the segment
block for the setting of the respective level is flashing.

3.

Briefly press the key <V> if you wish to activate or


deactivate the respective level.

4.

Press key <H> briefly to jump to the next available level.

5. Repeat step 3 and 4 until you have activated / deactivated the desired level.
If display level 3 has been deactivated, the device can only be parameterised with
the help of parameter software!
6.

Confirm the setting with the key combination<H>+<V>(cf.page 27).


Result from this example:
This example: Levels 2, 3, 4 and 5 are shown,
= Level 6 is hidden,
2x white space = Level 7+8 not available, = Level 9 hidden

Example: Activate / deactivate checksum display (postcard readout)


Display level L3 1.

Display Possible + activated levels

Activate the programming mode with the key combination


<H>+<V>(cf.page 27).
The M- flashes once the programming mode is activated.
If the symbol M- has not been checkmarked,
press key <H>until the M- symbol is f lashing.

2.

Briefly press the key <V> if you wish to activate


or deactivate the option Display checksum.

3.

Activate the programming mode with the key combination <H>+<V> (cf.page 27).

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Commissioning
Example: Changing the measuring unit (kWh MWh or MJ GJ)
Display level L3 -

Display Possible + activated levels

1.

Activate the programming mode with the key combination


<H>+<V>(cf. page. 27) The M- flashes once the
programming mode is activated.

2.

Press the key <H> several times until the symbol of the
measuring unit with the decimal frame is flashing.

3.

Briefly press the key <V> to change the measuring unit.

4.

Confirm the setting with the key combination <H>+<V> (cf. page 27).

All further device parameters can be set according to the scheme in


the examples displayed.

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Installation suggestions

(1) Do not install in the constantly flown through area


of the secondary circuit.

(2) Do not install in the constantly flown through area


of the primary circuit. The heat meter is subject
to flow if hot flow water flows through the threeway mixing valve from the primary circuit to the
secondary circuit.

(3) Do not install in the constantly flown through area of


the secondary circuit.

(4) Install in the constantly flown through area of the


secondary circuit.

(5) Installation in primary circuit.


5

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Checklist
Please observe national and country-specific legislation!
Prior to assembly
1. Are the safety positions on the measuring device undamaged?
(Seal on the reflux condenser, signet)

2. Is there a fitting installation set in place?


(ball valves, installation parts, sealing rings)

3. Is the installation placed correctly?

4. If the heat meter set correctly


(flow qi / qp / qs, pressure, emperature)

5. Are the geometric connection conditions, the temperature sensor


and, if applicable, the immersion sleeves adequate for the installation
location?

6. For the use case immersion:


Are the immersion sleeves suitable in terms of countr-specific and
national regulations?

7. Are all required installation parts available?


(sealing rings, screw fittings)

8. Are all parts available for meter sealing?

9. Are the assembly instructions available for the heat meter?

10. Has the system been rinsed properly?


(Clean filters and strainers)

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Checklist

After assembly
1. Are the temperature sensors (supply / return flow filter) installed in
the respective pipes?

2. In addition when using immersion sleeves:


Has the sensor been inserted down to the bottom of the immersion
sleeve and screwed tight?

3. Has the through-flow sensor been installed in the correct track?

4. Has the throughflow sensor been installed without tension?


(no tension, pressure or torsion loads)

5. Are the blocks open at the correct track?

6. Are all assembly locations sealed?

7. Are all displays plausible?


(temperatures and momentary through flow)

After commissioning
1. Is the supply flow sensor sealed? (risk of manipulation)

2. Is the return flow sensor and the through flow sealed?

3. Has the device number been noted (on the type plate)?

4. Has the starting counter value been noted?


(level. 0, important for billing)

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Information about heat meter add-on modules


Use of combined heat/cold meters with add-on module
With the introduction of the new heat meter generation, the housing colour of the
heat meter add-on modules has been changed from blue to white.
In addition, the serial number concept has been optimised for the new heat
meters.
Please note the following:
The add-on modules listed below use the < Serial no. > to interpret the <
System ID channel 2 > using an algorithm that is invalid for the serial number
concept of the new heat meters.

Serial no. cold


Serial no. heat

This means that these add-on modules delivery a value for the address allocation of the 2nd channel (< System ID channel 2 >) that no longer correlates
with the serial no. cold printed on the meter.
This results in the following peculiarities for previous modules in combination
with a combined heat/cold meter:
WFZ16x.Ox add-on radio module
Calibration replacement (blue add-on module)
The add-on module delivers the value
< Serial no. for heat - 3.000.000 > as system ID channel 2

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Information about heat meter add-on modules


Example:
Printed on heat meter: Serial no. heat:

Serial no. for cold:

65 000 100
65 000 101

The following system ID is generated from the serial no. for heat:

System ID channel 1: 65 000 100


System ID channel 2: 62 000 100

for heat
for cold

The combined heat/cold meter is identified and managed in the radio systems
Q AMR and Q walk-by on the basis of these numbers.
With the < System ID channel 2 > generated by the module, there can be
an address collision with other devices in the radio network. To preclude
the danger of data loss, check the device directory for multiple system IDs
for channel 2!
So that address collisions can be excluded from the outset, we offer the following solution:

With the programming stick WFZ.PS3 the module can be parameterised


to the serial number algorithm of Q heat 5.
The programming stick WFZ.PS3 is available on request.

R99/0005-02 M-Bus add-on module


New installation and calibration replacement (white and blue add-on module)
For < System ID channel 2 > the module sets a 9 as the first digit. Digit positions 2 - 8 correspond to those of the serial number for heat.
Example:
Printed on heat meter: Serial no. heat:

Serial no. for cold:

65 000 100
65 000 101

The following system ID is generated from the serial no. for heat:

System ID channel 1: 65 000 100


System ID channel 2: 95 000 100

for heat
for cold

M99/4001-01 / -11 rcu4 radio add-on module rmh4


New installation and calibration replacement (white and blue add-on module)
The effect described is irrelevant for this add-on module. You can continue to
use this module as usual with a new heat meter. The serial no. cold printed on
the heat meter must be ignored.
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