IZAR MBUS COMPACT i
The new modules IZAR MBUS COMPACT i are the center of the modular inductive concept developed by Diehl Metering. They can be clipped onto all the meters of the Diehl Metering inductive (Ti) or mixed (Ha+Ti) modular range with grey ring, making them "communicative" in a very easy way.
IZAR MBUS COMPACT i provide informations using M-Bus protocol (EN 13757), enabling billing (index…), monitoring (flow rate, direction…) and the management/follow-up of the installation (tampering, cable cut-off and unclipping alarms ….).
It may be connected to different systems such as M-Bus or fixed networks, monitoring, or consumption-analysis systems.
IZAR MBUS COMPACT i feature a clamping ring for totally secured mounting (sealable cam) and easy reinstallation on another meter.
- Compatible with inductive modularity "Ti"
- 2 non-polarized output wires
- Flow rate direction management
- Events log and alarms available
- M-Bus compatible (EN 13757)
- IP 68
- Lifetime up to 15 years
Sensor Inductive (Ti) Principle Detection of a half metal disk Output type M-Bus output (EN13757)
Number of wires 2 non-polarized Cable length m 2 Baud rates bauds 300 or 2,400 - automatic detection Power supply Via M-Bus network and lithium battery M-Bus absorbed current mA 1.5 (standard load) Battery lifetime Up to 15 years Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Complies with the European directive related to electromagnetic compatibility (2014/30/EU) Operating temperatures range °C -15 ... +55 Storage temperatures range °C -20 ... +70 Protection class IP 68 Programming software IZAR@MOBILE 2 SET Expert Reading software IZAR@CENTER, IZAR@MOBILE 2 Windows SET Expert, IZAR@NET 2, IZAR PLUS PORTAL
Functions and alarms
Media type Programmable identification (cold water, hot water) Historical index 24 values (monthly, weekly, daily) Flow rate direction Consumed flow rate in both way Current flow rate With an integration period for calculation (1 ... 60 min.) and flow direction indicator Min. max. and average flow rate Statistical values of the minimum, maximum and average flow rates Alarms Low battery, unclipping, sensor fraud, backflow, over flow, under flow, early leakage detection, nil consumption, cable cut-off