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D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter

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D−R 820 F

Translation of the original owner’s manual Document: Version: Last update: Printdate: man_dr820f_de.doc 15.09.2008 15.08.2008 20.08.2008

Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F

This documentation is valid for:

SoftwareSourceVersion 1.15 und 1.73

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This documentation: • • • • • • (approx. 122 pages) has been compiled with the greatest care. However, all liability must be excluded. is not intended for the US American market. Documentation in accordance with ANSI Z535 standard can be requested. Reference addresses can be found on page 121. or parts of it may not be duplicated or communicated without the express consent of DURAG GmbH, irrespective of by which method or means, electronic or mechanical, this occurs. refers to the complete equipment in principle, even if individual program modules or devices (device parts) have not been purchased refers to the current status of the equipment design at the time of updating this documentation (see above). can be changed without notice with regard to content.

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Contents

Contents
0 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 5 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 Foreword General Brief overview of the contents Typographical conventions Meaning of the warnings and notes used Safety instructions General Blower Qualified personnel Product Description Notes on delivery Notes on warranty Notes on the product (overview) Identification of the product Scope of supply Special accessories Design Function Assembly Selection of the measuring point Installation of the weld-in socket Installation of the probe Installation of the rack frame Electrical connection Commissioning Operation and Handling Optical sensor Display Operating modes Operation Limit value input Special displays Parameter input Calibration menu and reference point 7 11 11 12 12 17 17 18 19 23 23 23 23 24 25 26 26 32 43 43 43 45 47 48 53 59 59 59 60 61 62 62 64 65

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1 8.1 16.Contents 6.1 11.1 10.2 12 13 14 15 16 16.2 17 18 19 Parameters Decommissioning Disassembly Disposal Calibration Device calibration Dust calibration Maintenance Safety Maintenance work Cleaning Work on the optical sensor D−R 800 F Error messages and error elimination Events Maintenance status Maintenance requirement status Fault status Events Technical data General Factory setting EC Declaration of Conformity Standards and regulations Spare and wearing parts Glossary Index List of illustrations List of tables Circuit diagrams and drawings Menu plan DURAG GROUP company addresses 65 75 75 76 79 79 79 85 85 86 86 86 91 91 91 92 92 92 99 99 100 103 103 105 106 107 5 5 110 118 121 4 D−R 820 F .5 11 11.4 10.3 10.4 10 10.2 8 8.1 9.9 7 7.2 9 9.3 9.2 9.2 10.1 7.

18: 3/2-way ball valve side view Figure 4.1: Maintenance work Table 10.1: Value table for calibration example Table 9.3: Probe dimensions Figure 3.8: Probe connections Figure 6.1: Inlet and outlet section Figure 4.6: Rack frame Figure 4.4: Installation instructions part 1 Figure 4.1: Example .7: Probe ventilation Figure 3.1: Technical data Table 11.14: Gas operating plan in purge mode Figure 3.Contents List of illustrations Figure 3.1: Disassembly part 1 Figure 7.10: Rack frame Figure 3.5: View of probe (left side) Figure 3.13: Gas operating plan in measuring mode Figure 3.2: Probe Figure 3.5: Installation instructions part 2 Figure 4.2: Factory setting 81 86 96 100 102 D−R 820 F 5 .8: Control unit Figure 3.3: Weld-in socket (integrated return) Figure 4.4: SET switch Figure 7.Gravimetric calibration Figure 9.1: Position of the optical sensor in the probe housing D−R 820 F 24 27 27 28 29 30 31 31 32 33 34 37 37 38 40 40 40 43 44 44 45 46 47 48 49 59 60 60 64 75 76 81 87 List of tables Table 8.2: Standard mode Figure 6.1: Display Figure 6.3: Service mode Figure 6.9: Installation panel Figure 3.7: Control unit connection Figure 4.15: Example signal course for zero and reference point control Figure 3.17: 3/2-way ball valve in PURGE position Figure 3.4: View of probe (right side) Figure 3.12: D−R 820 F Functional diagram with compressed air supply and probe ventilation Figure 3.2: Weld-in socket (separate return) Figure 4.1: Events Table 11.6: View of probe (front) Figure 3.1: Position of the typeplates Figure 3.16: 3/2-way ball valve in MEASUREMENT position Figure 3.2: Disassembly part 2 Figure 8.11: D−R 820 F Functional diagram with 2 blowers Figure 3.

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We hope that the information provided here will enable us to do so.durag. as well as a spare parts list. please use our Support & Service! You will find the relevant addresses and telephone numbers on page 121 (DURAG GROUP company addresses).de Please read the following information carefully! It is important for your safety and for preventing damage to the D−R 820 F and to the environment. installation / commissioning. This information is completed by the functional diagram for both the complete system and the equipment components. In this publication you will find information and technical data on planning. Our aim is to make a decisive contribution to your success with our products and services. D−R 820 F 7 . Should you have any further questions on products or applications from the DURAG GROUP.Foreword 0 Foreword The purpose of this manual is to help you to become acquainted with your DURAG product. operation and maintenance of the D−R 820 F. Further information is also available from www.

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2 1.3 General Brief overview of the contents Typographical conventions Meaning of the warnings and notes used .D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter 01 1 1.1 1.

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technical data. maintenance and use in systems. error diagnostics. standards and regulations to be complied with. Only appropriately qualified personnel have the necessary expertise to interpret the safety instructions and warnings provided in a general manner in this document correctly in concrete individual cases and to apply the appropriate procedure. certifications. commissioning. 1. in respect of installation. even if the option of separate ordering or delivery has been provided for logistical reasons. Chapters 1 + 2 D−R 820 F 11 . as well as careful operation and maintenance. please ask your competent DURAG GmbH representative for the required information (see page 121 DURAG GROUP company addresses).5 Information on the product. glossary. faultless and safe operation of this product requires appropriate transport.1 Brief overview of the contents This manual describes the following areas: Information on use of the manual. the pictograms used. operation. it may only be used as described by the manufacturer. Please pay particular attention to the warning and information texts. This manual contains the necessary information for proper use of the described product. assembly.General 1 General The product described in this manual left the factory in perfectly safe and inspected condition. safety instructions and requirements on operating and maintenance personnel. The knowledge and technically sound implementation of the safety instructions and warnings contained in this manual are a prerequisite for safe assembly and commissioning. Chapters 3 . In order to maintain this condition and to achieve correct and safe operation of this product. it does not contain all details for all versions of the described product and can also not take account of all conceivable circumstances for installation. Chapters 6 . who are specially trained or have pertinent knowledge in the field of measurement and control engineering.10 Information on use of the product D−R 820 F. repair etc. referred to as automation technology in the following. Chapters 11 . as well as for safety during operation and maintenance of the described product. This manual is a fixed constituent of the scope of supply. maintenance. function and system descriptions as well as the available options. spare parts list. operation. For reasons of clarity.19 Overview of technical data. index and company addresses. It is intended for technically qualified personnel who have been familiarised with the product. In addition. correct storage and installation. If you require further information or if problems occur which are not dealt with in sufficient detail in this document.

The signs used have the following meanings for the purposes of this manual and the information on the product itself: 12 D−R 820 F .General 1. They serve to avert dangers to life and limb of users and maintenance personnel and to prevent damage to property. The following conventions apply in this manual: • Safety instructions and warnings appear as follows in this manual: WARNING Danger from electrical equipment Before removing the housing or accidental-contact protection. it is shown like this: • A () indicates that the following term is explained in the glossary. They are also marked by symbols at the points where they appear. menu addresses etc. tips. text elements such as safety instructions. • This manual is also available as pdf-file on CD/DVD! • Unless otherwise specified: all dimensions in mm 1. warnings. the equipment must be disconnected from the power supply. They are highlighted in this manual by the signs defined here. keyboard symbols. • If a button is pressed on the control unit. are displayed differently. • A note or tip is shown like this: No control cycle is started during test measurements and simulation.2 Typographical conventions In order to make the text of this manual clear.3 Meaning of the warnings and notes used Please always comply with the following warnings and safety instructions in this manual.

> Comply with all hazard warnings. the following general notes and related pictograms are also used to draw your attention to particularly important information: Here you will find interesting information or tips on the product and its use. Also means that substantial damage to property can occur. in order to prevent injuries.General DANGER Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in severe and even fatal injuries. > Comply with all caution warnings. General warning sign Chemical burns Electric current Humidity Danger of crushing Explosive atmosphere Electrostatically endangered components (ESD) Hot surface Laser radiation In addition to the warnings and safety instructions. WARNING Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in serious injuries or damage to property. In order to specify the potential risk the general warning sign can also be replaced by a special warning sign. > Comply with all warnings. CAUTION Failure to comply with instructions highlighted in this way can result in minor injuries or damage. Contains information on environmental protection D−R 820 F 13 . in order to prevent injuries and to ensure safe operation of the system. in order to prevent injuries and to ensure safe operation of the system. if the relevant precautions are not taken.

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2 2.1 2.2 2.2.1 2.2.2 2.2.3 2.2.4 2.3 Safety instructions General Blower Suction action Blow-out action Temperature Noise development Qualified personnel

They apply for all measures and tasks described in this manual. 50Hz). To prevent static charging of the human body. Always observe and comply with the safety instructions.1 General WARNING Only operate the measuring device D−R 820 F in perfect condition and in strict compliance with the safety instructions! • The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F may only be connected to the supply voltage shown on the typeplate (standard: 400V. we recommend that service personnel are equipped with a personal grounding system. Never touch these parts without temperature-resistant gloves or when the parts are live. As a result. even if they are not explicitly indicated again at the relevant point. can compromise the safety of the Dust Concentration Meter and are carried out at own risk! Therefore. the Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F must be disconnected from the power supply by operating the main switch or the series fuse.Safety instructions 2 Safety instructions Safety instructions and warnings are provided at the points in the respective chapters where the information is required. Any interruption in the protective earth conductor inside or outside the device is dangerous and is not permitted. • The D−R 820 F must be protected with a 16 A fuse on the input side. the adjustment of parameters which are not normally available to the user. Also observe the following warnings and safety instructions. To protect these components. • The D−R 820 F may only be operated on a power supply with an earthing contact. • Electronic components are becoming ever smaller and more complex. measures must be taken against electrostatic discharges (ESD protection) when performing any work on the open device. their susceptibility to electrostatic discharge is also increasing. i. caution notes and warnings provided in the chapters. They serve to avert dangers to life and limb of users and maintenance personnel and to prevent damage to property. as well as the individual components. have configuration modifications carried out by an authorised service technician or by the manufacturer's factory personnel. may only be operated in the original design. If elements are replaced. • The measuring system as a whole. • Use of the D−R 820 F in potentially explosive areas and measurement in explosive gas mixtures is not permitted. the manufacturer's genuine parts must be used. Some warnings are also provided repeatedly for this reason. • Before opening any device components. D−R 820 F 17 . • Parts of the probe are electrically heated or come into contact with hot measuring gas and are therefore subject to high temperatures. 2. • Cables and gas lines should be laid so that risk of accident due to tripping or getting caught on the lines is excluded. 3~. to ensure that the potential danger arising from a given situation is always highlighted. Modern electronic components are very sensitive to electrostatic discharge. • Modifications to the configuration of the measuring system.e. The protective action must not be cancelled by an extension without an earthing contact.

sound insulation is required (measurements by the operator recommended)./Central Association of the Electrical Engineering and Electronics Industry). taking account of the pertinent requirements (Zentralverband der Elektrotechnik. Do not reach into the suction intake. 80 dB(A) sound-pressure level LA.3 Temperature Warning: The blower housing heats up during operation. Sucked-in objects can be ejected at high speed (risk of injury!).1 Blower Suction action Warning: Objects. The operator must provide this sound insulation to prevent exceeding of the legally permitted maximum values at workstations in the blower environment. 2. 18 D−R 820 F . Do not stand near the suction intake during operation. 2. The blower must never be operated with the discharge nozzle open and must therefore be covered with a guard in accordance with DIN EN 294.und Elektroindustrie e. If the temperature exceeds + 50°C. The blower is only suitable for conveying clean air.4 Noise development The noises emitted by the blower vary in the range up to approx.V. Never operate the blower with the suction intake open.2 2. articles of clothing and even hair can be sucked in (risk of injury!).2.2.2. Do not reach into the discharge hole. 2. the blower must be protected from direct contact by the operator (risk of burns!).Safety instructions • Covers inside the D−R 820 F may only be removed when the system is disconnected from the power supply.2 Blow-out action Warning: Very strong blow-out action at the discharge nozzle.2. Foreign bodies or impurities that could be blown out must be filtered out before entry into the blower. maintenance activities and any repairs must be performed exclusively by qualified personnel of the manufacturer. • Subassemblies are configured device-specifically and are therefore not interchangeable between different D−R 820 F. 2. WARNING Installation. This must be covered with an air filter with fine filter cartridge. operation. In certain unfavourable cases.

have training that qualifies them to repair such automation technology equipment or have authorisation to commission. earth and identify circuits and devices/systems in accordance with the safety-related standards. Only appropriately qualified personnel may therefore perform operations on this device.3 Qualified personnel In the event of unqualified operations on the device or failure to comply with the warnings provided in this manual or affixed to the device. D−R 820 F 19 . are instructed in handling automation technology equipment and are familiar with the contents of this manual relating to operation • or as repair and/or service personnel. are familiar with the safety concepts of automation technology • or as operating personnel. physical injuries and/or damage to property can occur.Safety instructions 2. Qualified personnel for the purposes of the safety-related instructions in this manual or on the product itself are persons who • either as project planning personnel.

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3.8.5 3.2 3.2 3.4 3.7.3 3.5 3.8.4 3.2 3.1 3.3.4 3.8.4 3.7.1 3.1 3. dilution Zero and reference point 3/2-way ball valve .3 3.8.3 3.8.3.7.2 3.D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter 03 3 3.8 3.7.7 3.3 3.3.5 Product Description Notes on delivery Notes on warranty Notes on the product (overview) Use Features Measuring procedure System design Identification of the product Scope of supply Special accessories Design Probe (in GRP protective housing) Control unit (with electrical distribution) Rack frame Blower (optional) Vortex Cooler Function Measuring principle Gas ducts Thinning.7.6 3.1 3.

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Product Description 3 Product Description D−R 820 F In this chapter you will find information on scope of supply. The device parts or components listed in chapter 3. 3. special accessories. approvals. These contractual warranty terms are neither extended nor limited by the comments in this document. 3. Check that the delivery is complete and intact. All obligations result from the respective purchase contract.: • Measurements in saturated gas after desulphurization plants • After wet cleaning plants • Waste incineration plants • Chipboard manufacture • Urea industry • Manufacture of insulation D−R 820 F 23 . Any interventions on the device will result in lapsing of the guarantee. correct storage. Modifications and alterations to the Dust Concentration Meter are not permitted. (For addresses see page 121 (DURAG GROUP company addresses).5 from page 25 are generally included.in short.g. 3. in accordance with the applicable purchase contract. 3.3 Notes on the product (overview) The DURAG Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F is used for the continuous measurement of dust concentration. everything relating to the.3. Consequently.2 Notes on warranty Please note that the contents of this device manual are not part of nor an amendment to a previous or existing agreement. The warranty for equipment from the DURAG GROUP is generally 12 months from the date of delivery. guarantee. installation and assembly as well as careful operation and maintenance by qualified personnel. it is often possible to intervene directly in the process of the monitored system and thus to ensure reliable observance of the prescribed limit values. which also contains the complete and solely valid warranty regulation. The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F is delivered in two packaging units. undertaking or legal relationship. this device also instantaneously reports unacceptably large dust or flue gas emissions. We recommend storing the packaging in case the device needs to be returned for service or repair. As well as monitoring the efficiency of filter plants by recording the residual dust quantity. Faultless and safe operation of the device also requires appropriate transport. Please inform the forwarding agent and the DURAG GROUP of all damage in transit immediately.1 Use The D−R 820 F is used to measure the dust concentration in wet gases.1 Notes on delivery The respective scope of supply is listed on the shipping documents accompanying the delivery. fields of application . e. Use with adhesive dusts with a tendency to cake is possible.

an injector.8.4 System design The system comprises a special sampling probe. DURAG dust concentration monitors reliably monitor adherence to the legal limit values.1: Position of the typeplates D−R 820 F . The sampling probe and the measuring chamber form a unit.3 Measuring procedure A defined partial current is removed from the exhaust gas flow. tempering). 3.8 from page 32. For a detailed explanation see chapter 3. tempered ambient air. two blowers and an electronic evaluation unit. the laser dust monitor.3.4 Identification of the product The typeplate is located • on the control unit • on the probe in the GRP protective housing 24 Figure 3. The signal that results from the diverted current is a measurement of the dust content of the exhaust gas.3.1 Measuring principle from page 34. 3. For more detailed information on function. 3. The diluted partial current is optically measured in the measuring chamber.Product Description • Technological processes In all situations where unacceptable dust emissions could result in environmental pollution.2 Features The D−R 820 F is a highly sensitive system for continuous () extractive dust concentration measurement in accordance with the scattered light principle. a gas conditioning plant (dilution.3. It is characterised by the following features: • Compact design • No need for laborious gas removal • Very little maintenance required • In-situ measuring procedure with continuous measurement) (() in situ) • High sensitivity • No laborious device adjustment • Automatic function test with soiling correction 3. see chapter 3. The electronic evaluation unit and one side-channel compressor for operating the injector and one for generating the diluting air are mounted together on a rack frame. This partial current is continuously heated and diluted with clean.

Product Description 3. fuses etc. max 10 m) 25 mm. gooseneck 1000 mm Connection cable 3 m or on demand Purge air hose with fixing clamps 2 hoses. 13 mm diameter Brush set for cleaning the gastransporting parts Printed brief introduction and detailed manual on CD Variations may occur in the technical design depending on the ordered configuration.5 Scope of supply The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F comprises the following components as standard: D−R 820 F Control unit with electric power supply. length 5 m (or on demand. D−R 820 F 25 . Control cabinet key 2 off side-channel compressors or blowers (except for supply with compressed air or nitrogen) Rack frame for mounting the control unit and both blowers (with protective cover) Probe in GRP protective housing Length of measuring lance 800 mm incl.

Product Description 3.6 Special accessories Flange with welded-in pipe 130 mm (ST37) and seal Alternatively also available in V4A (with separate or integrated return nozzle) Compressed air or nitrogen distribution unit (optional) 1 Vortex Cooler (optional) 3.7.7 Design The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F comprises the following components: • Probe (in GRP protective housing) • Control unit (with electrical distribution) • Rack frame • Blower • (optional) Vortex Cooler (described from page 26) (described from page 31) (described from page 32) (described from page 32) (described from page 32) 3.11).2). The dilution is carried out with a mixing nozzle (see Figure 3. The probe or sampling tube is a heated double jacket tube with integrated dilution.1 Probe (in GRP protective housing) The probe of the D−R 820 F comprises several components. The probe is integrated into a two-piece GRP protective box. Processing of the sampled measuring gas and recording of the measured values occur in the probe. This is fixed directly to the flange (see Figure 3. 26 D−R 820 F .

Product Description Housing cover Housing Housing closure open Plug connector.2: Probe 520 mm ca. 750 mm 16 mm ca. housing ventilation (optional) Probe ventilation fan filter (installed on the left) Plug connector (signals) Plug connector (power supply) Flange Probe tube (heated) Sampling tube Plug connector. 1050 mm 270 mm 155 mm dr820f_002_0000_Sonde Abmessungen_eu ca. heat element Probe ventilation inlet filter Housing closure closed dr820f_001_0000_Sonde allgemein_de Diluting air heat element Diluting air heat element connection cable Diluting air connection Figure 3.000 mm Figure 3. 600 mm 470 mm 1.3: Probe dimensions D−R 820 F 27 . ext.

Product Description A F B A M B C D D H I E P K dr820f_004_0000_Sonde Ansicht links_eu H E P L O dr820f_003_0000_Sonde Ansicht rechts_eu O N Figure 3.4: View of probe (right side) A Probe electronics (optical sensor) B Measuring chamber C Injector D 3/2-way ball valve E Diluting air distribution F Δp-Measurement H Probe heat element connection Figure 3.5: View of probe (left side) I Diluting air connection K Exhaust air connection L Injector air connection M Temperature measurement N Diluting air connection O Diluting air heat element P Solenoid valve 28 D−R 820 F .

Product Description Figure 3.6: View of probe (front) A B C D E F G Probe electronics (optical sensor) Measuring chamber Injector 3/2-way ball valve Diluting air distribution Δp-Measurement Filter purge air optical sensor K L M N O P R Exhaust air connection Injector air connection Temperature measurement Diluting air connection Diluting air heat element Solenoid valve Check valve purge air optical sensor dr820f_005_0001_Sonde Ansicht Frontal_eu D−R 820 F 29 .

Product Description

3.7.1.1 Probe ventilation
The probe of the D−R 820 F is thermostatically ventilated with a blower fan or a Vortex Cooler supplied with compressed air or nitrogen, depending on design (see Figure 3.7).

Housing fan Inlet filter

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Control unit (with electrical distribution)
The control unit is designed as a three-piece 19" protective box (48.3 cm). The complete electrical connection, the signal calculation and the display and output of the measured dust values take place in the control unit. The display and control unit can be accessed by opening the inspection window. The following illustration explains the components of the control unit.

Valve position: MEASURING Manual maintenance switch Valve position: PURGE RS 232 SET switch (behind the cover)
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Cable entry Cable entry

Figure 3.8: Control unit

The installation panel is installed inside the control unit.

X01 F01 K01 S01 S02 F02 - K02 K04 F06 X03

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Rack frame
The control unit and the two blowers are mounted on a rack frame. This can be easily fixed to a wall or the floor.
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Figure 3.10: Rack frame A Control unit B Cable run C Air filter D Blower diluting air E Blower injector air

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Information on the blower can be found in the Service Manual.

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Information on the optional Vortex Cooler can be found in the Service Manual.

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11: D−R 820 F Functional diagram with 2 blowers The D−R 820 F can alternatively be operated with compressed air or nitrogen. This can be seen in a variant of the functional diagram Figure 3.. the current measured value is displayed on the control unit display. relating to the display) can be entered and adjusted using the keyboard.12. These can also be used to cool the probe housing.. This partial current is continuously heated and diluted with clean. Various parameters (e. 20 mA signal. A defined partial current is removed from the exhaust gas current. tempered ambient air. This is output as a 4 .8 Function The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F is a highly sensitive system for continuous. The signal that results from the diverted current is a measurement of the dust content of the exhaust gas. The partial current is optically measured in the measuring chamber. Figure 3. The microcontroller integrated into the control unit generates a dustproportional signal.g. optical. extractive dust or dust concentration measurement. D−R 820 F 33 .Product Description 3. In addition.

The obtained measuring result is calibratable and can.1 Measuring principle 3. It swit- 34 D−R 820 F . The concentrated and modulated light of a laser diode penetrates the measuring volume. where it is processed to the desired end size by a sensitive electronic unit. 3. the more scattered light.12: D−R 820 F Functional diagram with compressed air supply and probe ventilation 3. The scattered light is generated in proportion to the dust concentration present. so the more dust. The light scattered by the dust particles is largely scattered forwards.Product Description dr820f_011_0001_Funktionsschema mit Druckluftversorgung und Sondenbelüftung_de Figure 3.1. in accordance with directive EN 13284-1.8. The design and measuring principle of the optical sensor are described in the Appendix. therefore the receiving lens is positioned here.8.1. be displayed on the dust concentration in mg/m³. a beam splitter with a shutter has been used inside the electronic housing in this system.2 Functional diagram of the optical probe The optical probe of the D−R 820 F operates according to the forward scattering principle.8. The light is guided by an optical waveguide to the receiving diode. For the automatic function test and the legal control cycle.1 General This Operating Manual describes all aspects of extractive dust measurement.

The basic calibration of the system can be carried out by software. This also ensures that the termination between optical probe and electronic housing is gas-tight. there are no moving parts in the corrosive exhaust gas.Product Description ches between the actual optical measurement and the comparison path. Consequently. A pollution measurement is performed every 5 min in order to record dust deposits on the optical boundary surfaces and the ageing of the optical elements. D−R 820 F 35 .

"D" diluting air and "M" measuring gas) The relationship with the measuring gas results from: FM Extracted measuring gas volume flow [m³/h] Volume flow in the measuring chamber [m³/h] Volume flow diluting air [m³/h] FM ≈ F − FD F FD A contamination-related decrease in the volume flow and an environmentrelated temperature change are corrected with this correction. 20 mA). In addition. The two parameters for gravimetric correction of the dust signal A and D are preset at delivery. C (Indices: "without" measuring chamber.1. the cal signal (scattered light) is always provided via an analog output.B.2 Dust calibration page 79) 36 D−R 820 F . another mathematical relationship results between the physical values in relation to the optical in-situ measurement (see also chapter 3... D B.1 Measuring principle from page 34).B. The absolute pressures and TM are preset as constants! The D−R 820 F outputs the dust-proportional signal CiB on the display and at the analog output (4 . CiB then corresponds to the above-specified relationship. The mathematical relationship therefore appears as follows: ci.Product Description 3.8.3 Extractive dust measurement In the case of the D−R 820 F. Default setting: A=1 D=0 (see chapter 8. The unit [V] for the cal signal was defined during the development of the Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F. the set dilution of the extracted measuring gas. A and D are determined during a gravimetric comparison measurement and can be stored in the control unit. the temperatures and absolute pressures of the gases. = A ⋅ ⎢ ⎥+D ⎣ F − C ⋅ FD ⎦ cal F A. Dust concentration [mg/m³] Measuring signal [V] (corresponds to scattered light) Volume flow [m³/h] Constants from the dust calibration Constants from the device adjustment (input after production) ⎡ cal ⋅ F ⎤ Ci.8. The optical signal Cal (scattered light) is dependent on the dust content of the measuring gas.

8.13. This extracted. the D−R 820 F automatically executes a purge operation. diluted and heated measuring gas then passes the measuring cell and then leaves the measuring device.8. dilution page 38) and cleaning of the ducts that conduct the measuring gas (see 3. The course of the measuring gas can be seen in Figure 3.Product Description 3. i. As the measuring gas usually contains a strong concentration of the particles to be measured.8.2 Gas ducts The course of the measuring gas can be seen in Figure 3. at which the moisture is evaporated.13. but the particles to be measured are present in solid state.e. This includes a zero and reference point control (see 3. At the same time. dilution page 38) .8.14: Gas operating plan in purge mode D−R 820 F 37 . Control valve Air filter Purge valve dr820f_012_0000_Gaslaufplan Messbetrieb_de Heating Diluting air Blower Diluting air Measuring gas 3/2-way ball valve Ball valve Measuring cell Injector Exhaust air Blower Injector air Air filter Heated probe Figure 3.13: Gas operating plan in measuring mode For diagnostic and cleaning purposes.2 Presetting page 100).3 Thinning. Control valve Air filter Blower Diluting air Purge valve dr820f_013_0000_Gaslaufplan Spülbetrieb_de Heating Diluting air Purge gas 3/2-way ball valve Ball valve Measuring cell Injector Exhaust air Blower Injector air Air filter Heated probe Figure 3.14. the gas mixture is heated up to a set temperature (see 11. The purge operation is illustrated in Figure 3. a defined (heated) diluting air current is added to the extracted partial gas current at the probe input of the D−R 820 F (see 3.5 3/2-way ball valve page 39). the measuring gas is diluted to a defined extent.3 Thinning. The D−R 820 F continuously samples a partial current from the exhaust gas (suction is performed by an injector).

means FM = 0 m³/h) 3.15: Example signal course for zero and reference point control 38 D−R 820 F . starting with switch-on). The following figure provides an example of the signal course: 14 12 Dust content [mg/m³] dr820f_014_0000_Bsp Null-Referenzpunkt 10 8 6 4 2 0 00:00 00:30 01:00 01:30 02:00 02:30 03:00 03:30 04:00 04:30 05:00 05:30 06:00 06:30 07:00 07:30 08:00 08:30 09:00 Time Figure 3. in comparison with the calibrated reference value (see chapter 8 Calibration page 79). this indicates a maintenance requirement or a fault (see chapter 10 Error messages and error elimination page 91).8.8. The dilution is specified in [%].3 Thinning. the D−R 820 F performs an automatic zero and reference point control every 4 hours (default value. If the deviations are too large.Product Description 3. In this way the sensor is checked for correct functioning.4 Zero and reference point To guarantee a precise measurement. First of all the current zero point of the sensor is checked. This is followed by checking of the pollution and then the reference value of the sensor. D Dilution / thinning [%] Extracted mass flow rate [kg/s] Mass flow rate in the measuring chamber [kg/s] Extracted measuring gas volume flow [m³/h] Volume flow in the measuring chamber [m³/h] & ⎞ ⎛M ⎛ FM ⎞ m ⎟ D=⎜ ⋅ ≈ 100 ⎜ ⎟ ⋅ 100 ⎜ M & ⎟ F ⎝ ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ & M m & M FM F Normal values for the dilution are in the range between 35.0 % and 70.0 %. Where the following apply: D = 100 % no diluting air D=0% only diluting air (theoretical value. dilution Thinning or () dilution is a measure for the concentration of the extracted measuring gas.

the 3/2-way ball valve and the purge valve are set to the purge position every 24 hours (default value). This cleaning procedure is also executed when a fault is detected in the () extractive Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F. Further internal tests are also carried out on the measuring device to check correct functioning (e. the rotary switch on the ball valve can also be operated manually. so that the probe is cleaned.g. the D−R 820 F remains in Purge/Maintenance status for another minute! If the D−R 820 F is in fault status. sensor temperature) The ball valve can also be operated manually for diagnostic purposes. CAUTION For continuous dust measurement. For this purpose it is possible to change between PURGE and MEASURING with the and keys on the control unit of the D−R 820 F. the ball valve cannot be moved into the measurement position! D−R 820 F 39 .8. the Automatic/Manual adjusting handwheel must be in the AUTOMATIC position! After switching from purge to measurement.Product Description 3. For this purpose the Automatic/Manual adjusting hand wheel on the left side of the ball valve must be set to MANUAL (the ball valve must be reset after completing the diagnosis or maintenance activity).5 3/2-way ball valve For self-diagnosis and cleaning of the probe's measuring gas-conducting elements. Ball valve and purge valve are actuated automatically. The volume flows and temperatures are monitored with the aid of the preset parameters. in order to protect the measuring device from heavy pollution.control unit. communication sensor . Alternatively. internal memory.

Product Description Please note following positions of the ball valve: Purge/Measuring adjusting handwheel Automatic/Manual adjusting handwheel Plug connector MEASURING dr820f_015_0000_Kugelhahn Messen PURGE Figure 3.17: 3/2-way ball valve in PURGE position dr820f_017_0000_Kugelhahn Seitenansicht Adjusting handwheel: Position: Automatic Adjusting handwheel: Position: Manual Figure 3.18: 3/2-way ball valve side view 40 D−R 820 F .16: 3/2-way ball valve in MEASUREMENT position Automatic/Manual adjusting handwheel Plug connector Purge/Measuring adjusting handwheel MEASURING dr820f_016_0000_Kugelhahn Spülen PURGE Figure 3.

1 4.4 4.1 4.5.5.D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter 04 4 4.2 Assembly Selection of the measuring point Installation of the weld-in socket Installation of the probe Installation of the rack frame Electrical connection Control unit Probe .5 4.2 4.3 4.

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Figure 4. 1 5 x D EN 13284-1 Correct! dr820f_018_0000_Auswahl der Messstrecke.2 and Figure 4. An accidental blocking of the outgoing air with the risk of strong contamination of lenses and filter. In case of doubt.g. Ein.2 Installation of the weld-in socket The weld-in socket of the D−R 820 F is installed in accordance with Figure 4. in order to obtain a representative recording of the dust load across the duct cross-section.1: Inlet and outlet section In principle it should be noted that the dust and flue gas distribution must be as homogeneous as possible at the measuring point. will thus be prevented.3 . A separate routeing of the outgoing air with additional return nozzle to the stack or a direct recirculation (>10 m!) to the mounting flange is expedient. 1 5 x D EN 13284-1 <5xD Incorrect! Correct! 3xD 2xD 3xD 5xD VDI 2066 p. We recommend that the inlet and outlet section is at least 5 x diameter of the exhaust gas channel.1 Assembly Selection of the measuring point The installation position of the probe should meet the requirements of the guidelines applicable in-situ (e. The installation position of the probe is horizontal.Assembly 4 4. EN 13284-1) (in Germany VDI 2066 page 1).3 are showing how to handle the sample gas recirculation. As a rule the D−R 820 F is arranged with a sample gas recirculation.2 or Figure 4. 3 x D VDI 2066 p. we recommend that the installation position is determined by the responsible measuring institute (measuring point in accordance with §§ 26/28 () BImSchG/Federal Immission Control Act). D−R 820 F 43 .und Auslaufstrecke 3 x D VDI 2066 p. 4. 1 EN 13284-1 Figure 4.

10 kg) and the weight of the complete probe (approx. By compliance with the max. 60 kg).5° Return nozzle (optional) Figure 4. there is no probability that the hose would freeze.5° dr820f_019_0001_Einschweißstutzen (separate Rückführung) Mounting flange 2°. 44 D−R 820 F . In either case it should be seen that the hose is correctly laid to prevent a blocking.5° Mounting flange Return nozzle (optional) Figure 4.. length of hose (10 m). The mounting of the weld-in socket on the measuring channel has to carry the weight of the socket (approx. because it is a matter of highly diluted (injector and diluting air) stack gas.. The sample gas leaves the probe with a temperature of over 70° C.3: Weld-in socket (integrated return) In principle the sample gas recirculation could take place back into the room...2: Weld-in socket (separate return) Channel wall dr820f_020_0001_Einschweißstutzen (integrierte Rückführung) 2°... If necessary the channel has to be strengthened by a supporting structure. A recirculation out-of-doors is more suitable. But this gas has a lot of heat energy and will warm-up the room.Assembly Channel wall 2°.

Insert probe (2. separate screwed cable gland and remove sensor). connect plug of cable from control unit with matching part on probe 8. 4. Always pay attention that the check valve. reinsert optical sensor.2 and Figure 4. 5. is in an upright position. A.4: Installation instructions part 1 7. Insert probe) 1.3 Installation of the probe Danger of contamination of the measuring cell! For mounting and during the time up to commissioning the ball valve has to be set to MANUAL and PURGE! For mounting the probe it is recommended to do the following steps: 1. remove optical sensor while mounting (unfasten 4 nuts.6 on page 29). Set the ball valve to MANUAL and PURGE. 3. 6. above the purge air filter of optical sensor. (see „R“ in Figure 3. Screw probe tightly to flange 4x) dr820f_021_0000_Einbauvorschrift Teil 1 Exhaust gas/flue gas Exhaust gas duct/chimney Figure 4. set check valve vertically (purge air optical sensor). CAUTION: FIRST set the ball valve to MANUAL + PURGE! Optical sensor (3. D−R 820 F 45 . connect hoses of blower outlet with inputs of the probe . (Installation position as in picture: angle plug on the left towards the center of the D−R 820 F unit).3 on page 44). Flow arrow of valve points upwards (to optical sensor). 9. connect hose (di=25mm) from recirculation socket with output of the probe (see Figure 4.Assembly 4. 2. tighten probe with the 4 nuts and bolts provided. insert probe into flange (don’t forget gasket!).

10 m. Screw frame to periphery e. guard rail or wall) Figure 4. di=25 mm Blower Injector air (5.g. open-mesh floor. 10 m. di=13 mm Air filter Blower Diluting air dr820f_022_0001_Einbauvorschrift Teil 2 (6.5.Assembly B.5: Installation instructions part 2 Hoses and cables between rack frame and probe have to be connected according to Figure 4. Connect cables) Analog and status signals Control unit Power supply Heating Diluting air Injector air max. Connect hoses) Exhaust gas duct/chimney Deluting air max. Connect cables and hoses (Representation of probe+chimney rotated) (4. 46 D−R 820 F .

It can be easily fixed to a wall or the floor.750 mm D−R 820 F 47 .1 Technical data General on page 100. 1. The maximum distance between rack frame and probe is specified in chapter 11. This arrangement should not be changed. 600 mm ca.6: Rack frame A Control unit B Cable run C Air filter D Blower Diluting air E Blower Injector air ca. 550 mm Figure 4.4 Installation of the rack frame The rack frame is manufactured from easily assembled profiled supports. The control unit and the two blowers are permanently installed and wired on the rack frame. ca. 430 mm A B C D dr820f_009_001_Gestellrahmen_de E ca.Assembly 4.

K02 K04 F06 X03 dr820f_008_0000_Bediengerät Montageplatte_de K03 Figure 4.7. see Figure 4.25 A slow-blow Injector air blower protective motor switch -X03 The configuration of terminals and connectors is specified in the Appendix.1 Electrical connection Control unit All connections are implemented as screw terminals in the control unit. 48 D−R 820 F .7: Control unit connection -F01 -F02 -F03 -F04 -F05 -F06 -S01 Main fuse 10 A Power unit miniature fuse 5 A slow-blow Probe heat element miniature fuse 4 A slow-blow K b l i füh -S02 -K01 -K02 Diluting air blower protective motor switch Probe heat element Solid State relay 2-changeover relay. 3/2-way ball valve / solenoid valve Diluting air heat element Solid State relay 2-changeover relay. • Terminal strip X01: Internal voltage distribution • Terminal strip X03: Outputs for customer • Terminal strip X04: Probe connection X01 F01 K01 S01 S02 F02 .5.Assembly 4. probe blower Voltage distribution terminal strip Signal transfer terminal strip Miniature fuse.5 4. A distinction is made between different terminal strips.25 A slow-blow Diluting air heat element miniature fuse 4 A slow-blow -K04 Probe housing fan miniature fuse -X01 0. 3/2-way ball valve -K03 / solenoid valve 0. The terminal strips can be accessed after opening both doors of the control unit (using the control cabinet key).

2 Probe Three sockets are located on the right side of the probe housing for the electrical connection of the probe (signals.Assembly 4. The pin configuration of the connectors is specified in the Appendix (see chapter 17 Circuit diagrams and drawings from page 110) Housing cover Housing Housing closure open Plug connector. housing ventilation (optional) Probe ventilation fan filter (installed on the left) Plug connector (signals) Plug connector (power supply) Flange Probe tube (heated) Sampling tube Plug connector. power supply and diluting air heat element). ext.8: Probe connections D−R 820 F 49 . heat element Probe ventilation inlet filter Housing closure closed dr820f_001_0000_Sonde allgemein_de Diluting air heat element Diluting air heat element connection cable Diluting air connection Figure 4.5.

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5. the 3/2-way ball valve must be set to PURGE and AUTOMATIC (see 3. Connect main fuse F01. Check value and direction of rotation of voltage (400 V) at control unit input.8. Connect fuses F02 to F04 and the two protective motorswitches S01 and S02 one after another.Commissioning 5 Commissioning CAUTION Risk of measuring cell pollution! Before commissioning. After removing the housing cover (GRP cover) first insert the optical sensor (D−R 800 F) with its measuring lance into the measurement chamber.2) is closed during dispatch.1: Mounting position optical sensor 1. 4. 80%. Tighten optical sensor with the self-locking nuts to the flange. Now it has to be opened for operating. but only approx. 6. with angle plug towards middle of the device.2: Mounting position ball valve injector air 7. 3. 2.5 3/2-way ball valve page 39)! Figure 5. Figure 5. D−R 820 F 53 . The adjustment is done as shown in Figure 5. The valve on the blower for the injector air (blue lever in Figure 5. Check wiring at control unit and sampling probe. Connect external series fuse. There is no need to open the device for that purpose.1 (arrow).

3: Mounting position valve for allocation of diluting air 8. Finally the pipe clamp protection is tightened on the opened valve. It is secured by a twopiece pipe clamp. 15. 10. the device switches to measuring mode. The device is in the mode Preheating = ON (see 6.9. to remove the blue lever after commissioning and keep it readily available nearby. should be consistent with the values specified in Table 5. 3 .. Wait until the diluting air has reached a value of min.Commissioning It is advisable. The preheating time ends after 30 minutes. 6 m³/h. 9. the device remains in maintenance status for 1 minute. If the displayed value FD (volume flow) is not yet in the range of approx. 1 m³/h. It is sufficient to untighten only the left side of the pipe clamp.3) has to be opened. shown in the display of the control unit (Value T and TD is displayed alternately).1. Inside the probe the valve for allocation of diluting air (Figure 5.Connect the probe ventilation with fuse F06 CAUTION Condensate formation! Risk of measuring cell pollution! Cancellation of the preheating is not recommended! dr820f_028_0000_DURAG Display+_eu 12.11 Set probe heat element | page 72). This valve is also closed during dispatch.The measured values. After expiry of the preheating time. the valve can be opened with some turns. 13.. 54 D−R 820 F . 14. fastened for example with a cable connector.The value is shown in the display behind identifier FD. Figure 5. After switching from purge (preheating) to measurement. For this reason it is prevented that the valve position (80%) is modified unchecked.Connect the diluting air heat element with fuse F05 11. After this. the valve of the blower injector air has to be opened or closed respectively (see point 7 above).

g.9 from page 65) remove the narrow cover on the right side of the display and activate the push-button behind (see Chapter 6. Check..9.g.1: Reference values e.Commissioning Temperature T (setpoint value): Temperature TD (setpoint value): Table 5. set and save software parameters (see 6. 6 m³/h 16.. 120 °C Volume flow F: e. 120 °C Volume flow FD: 8 . 3 ..4 on page 64). Calibrate device probe calibration (see chapter 8 Calibration page 79) 18. 12 m³/h aprox.. 17.12 Output parameters | Send to terminal page 72) WARNING Risk of burns! Parts of the probe are electrically heated.7 and Figure 6. wear safety gloves! D−R 820 F 55 . To alter operating or device parameters (see chapter 6.

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5 6.1 6.D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter 06 6 6.6 6.3 6.2 6.7 6.8 6.4 6.9 Operation and Handling Optical sensor Display Operating modes Operation Limit value input Special displays Parameter input Calibration menu and reference point Parameters .

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Do not change any settings on the optical sensor! Otherwise.Operation and Handling 6 6.2 Display The D−R 820 F displays all necessary information for operation of the measuring device in a 4-line display.1 Operation and Handling Optical sensor The optical sensor is described in detail in a separate manual (D-R 800). this information is generally irrelevant for use as a measuring probe in the D−R 820 F. 1.5 Ouput mode | Select output mode page 69). Therefore the user does not need to perform any settings on the sensor. You can switch between standard and service mode by means of parameter input (see 6. You will find the relevant addresses and telephone numbers on page 121 (DURAG GROUP company addresses) 6. Checking or changing the settings of the D−R 800 F is only necessary and expedient in exceptional cases. as all necessary settings are performed and monitored by the D−R 820 F system.9. However. The D−R 820 F is operated with the factory setting. D−R 820 F 59 . Checks or changes should therefore only be carried out after consulting the Service department. control by the D−R 820 F and functioning of the complete system will no longer be guaranteed. Current measured values (measuring and operating variables) 2.1: Display The display has two different operating modes: Standard mode and service mode. Error messages dr820f_028_0000_DURAG Display Figure 6.

3 6.3. the uncorrected measured value of the dust sensor (cal/scattered light).2: Standard mode The measured values for temperature and volume flow relate to operating variables in the measuring device! 6. T TD alternately: Measuring cell temperature [°C] Diluting air temperature [°C] Dilution of measuring gas [%] Total volume flow in the measuring chamber [m³/h] Volume flow diluting air [m³/h] Dust content of exhaust gas [mg/m³] Heat element states: Star 1: "*" = Diluting air heat element = On Star 2: "*" = Probe heat element = On T F 1 1 9 . 7 ° C 1 1 . 2 P 1 = f i x m e a s u r e r a n g e * * Figure 6. 2 % D F FD CiB „*“ 2 . Any status messages are displayed cyclically in the bottom line (until the fault or event has ended). 9 S 2 = 1 . Service mode can be switched on and off by means of parameter input (see chapter 6. 6 % m A m A Sensor measured value [V] Temperature in the measuring chamber [mA] Diluting air temperature [mA] Differential pressure via measuring chamber [mA] Differential pressure of diluting air (via measuring orifice) [mA] T Ts P1 P2 = 1 0 .9.3: Service mode 60 D−R 820 F .5 on page 69). In service mode the D−R 820 F is in maintenance status! cal S 1 = T 1 . the currently set measuring range and the operating variables temperature and volume flow. 4 T D = 1 0 .3. 2 P 2 = 8 . the differential pressures P1/P2 and the temperature T/TD are output. the display shows the corrected value of the dust content at the measuring point. 1 m 3 / h 1 2 . 6 m g / m 3 m e a s u r e r a n g e * * Figure 6. 2 C _ i B f i x F D D 8 5 .2 Service mode In service mode. 4 6 .Operation and Handling 6.1 Operating modes Standard mode In standard mode.

4 6. Down -> To the left in the main menu..3 ⋅ 10 2 = 530 Numeric input in the example: Input factor A A = Move the cursor to the corresponding position with Change preceding sign with < .Operation and Handling In service mode. 6.. move cursor to the right.-> Change preceding sign.4.. 9 -> Numeric input. 7. menu selection +. In addition. / 0. switch between PURGE and MEASUREMENT in standard mode 6. 5. etc. store value. 8. 1. exit submenu ENTER -> Select menu. etc. 2.2 Numeric input A mathematical notation is used for numeric input.4. . 20 mA. 4. 6.300E + 2 = 5. . the signals cal (measuring range as set) and pollution of the optical sensor are output at analog outputs 1 and 2 in percent as 4 ..0000 E + 0 1 = + 1 ⋅ 10 0 = 1 + 5. 3. 0 0 0 0 E + 0 P o s i t i o n S e t and to < E N T E R > Set desired value at the position with Save value and exit sub-item with D−R 820 F 61 . The representation is: In this example the view means: Example 2 = + 1 .1 Operation Keys The D−R 820 F is operated using the keyboard. the automatic measuring range switching for CiB is not active. accept value. The keys have the following meaning: MODE -> Call Limit Values or Special Displays menu right -> Continue.> > + 1 .

A message is generated in the display (only in standard mode) to indicate that the limit value has been reached or exceeded. The value for the limit value can be entered with the keyboard. After approx. Standard: 500 mg/m³ < E N T E R > 6. These are identical in standard and service mode. 0 0 0 0 E + 2 P o s i t i o n e n d . 0 0 0 0 E + 2 P o s i t i o n e n d Standard: 500 mg/m³ < E N T E R > l i m i t v a l u e 2 m g / m 3 < .6 Special displays The D−R 820 F makes different displays available if you repeatedly press the key.Operation and Handling 6. the display automatically returns to the current operating mode (not for Special displays | Alternative values and Special displays | Current signals!).> > Example: Input limit value 2: + 5 .5 Limit value input The D−R 820 F can monitor two independent limit values. 62 D−R 820 F . 60 seconds without keyboard input. Press the key to enter the limit values. i n p u t l i m i t l i m i t e n d l i m i t v a l u e v a l u e v a l u e s 1 2 < . the corresponding relay is opened and the relevant digital output is set.> > Example: Input limit value 1: + 5 .> > Selection of the limit value to be entered: Press Press Press to enter limit value 1 to enter limit value 2 to end input and store limit values l i m i t v a l u e 1 m g / m 3 < .

Operation and Handling 6.> > Change language (German/English) Save.2 T D F Special displays | Alternative values 1 1 9 . current at output 1 and 3 Act. 1 5 a 4 .1 Special displays | Language l a n g u a g e i s d i s p l a y e n g l i s h c h a n g e s e t < .6. 2 C u s t o m e r : s e r . 1 m 3 / h 1 .v e r s i o n : Customer's name (factory setting) Control unit serial number (factory setting) Control unit software version Control unit software version + operating system type F r e e R T O S . 1 . 0 6 .4 Special displays | SW version 1 A B C D E F G H 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 . 7 ° C D 8 5 . 2 0 V r a n g e * * m e a s u r e This display does not change back automatically! 6.6. 0 0 m A m A T i m e : I 1 = I 1 = f i x Date and time Act. return to current value display < E N T E R > 6. : N o s w . 7 2 I 3 = 1 4 . 2 0 5 . 2 % T/TD alternately FD/FM (extracted measuring gas volume) alternately cal signal Status display + heat element 1 1 . current at output 2 and 4 Status display + heat element 5 .6. o r g : D−R 820 F 63 .3 Special displays | Current signals 1 5 : 3 3 I 3 = 1 2 . 3 1 m e a s u r e r a n g e * * This display does not change back automatically! 6. 2 c a l f i x F D 2 . 0 7 4 .6.

s w .> > c a l i b r a t e c h a n g e Call up Calibration menu Call up Parameter menu < E N T E R > The normal functioning of the D−R 820 F is not interrupted during parameter input! The Dust Concentration Meter is only put into Maintenance status. You can access this level by pressing the SET switch see Figure 6. 64 D−R 820 F .9 Parameters page 65 .4: SET switch After pressing the SET switch. The complete menu plan can be found in Appendix on page 118.5 Special displays | SW version 2 t i m e : : A p r 1 4 : 5 7 : 4 3 0 4 2 0 0 8 1 . you have two options: Calibration and parameter input. 1 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 b u i l d b .7 Parameter input The D−R 820 F has an operating or parameterisation level for the input of specific parameters and for calibrating the device. Input of the parameters is largely self-explanatory (see above).4. d a t e Compilation time of control unit SW Compilation date of control unit SW Software version of optical sensor in the probe Serial number of sensor in the probe s e n .6.v e r : s e n .Operation and Handling 6. Valve position: MEASURING Valve position: PURGE dr820f_024_0000_SET-Schalter_de RS 232 SET switch (behind the cover) Figure 6. The arrangement of the individual input values and the key sequence can be found under point 6.s n o : 6. c h a n g e o r r p a r a m e t e r c a l i b r a t i o n < . The cover on the right of the keyboard must be unscrewed to access the SET switch.

1 Parameters Automatic measuring range switching | Autom. measuring range switching of the current output CiB • Measuring range switching On / Off D−R 820 F 73 . 8. When it has finished.1 Calibration | Reference point In the following menu.8. measuring range switching Parameter: Value range: • Autom. 8 Calibration page 79 The electric zero points of the sensor electronics and the sensors are defined during the device calibration. the analysis function after a gravimetric comparison (see chapter 8.1. 6.Operation and Handling 6.8 Calibration menu and reference point In the Calibration submenu you can enter calibration factors. The reference value should be between 60 and 80%! 6.2 Dust calibration page 79 During the dust calibration.2 Dust calibration from page 79) or define the reference point (see chapter 8 Calibration on page 79).e. i.8.8. the device calibration can be started or the set referkey. the new reference value is defined.9. The 3/2-way ball valve should be set to purge for device calibration! When defining the reference point.9 6.> > is used to call up the calibration menu p r e s e t c o n s t a n t o f is used to call up the parameter input for the calibration c a l i b r a t i o n < E N T E R > 6. c a l i b r a t e < . ence value can be displayed with the The reference point of the optical sensor is defined during device calibration.3. a control cycle is started on the optical sensor.2 Enter calibration parameters Parameter: • Values for calculating the dust concentration C_iB (after a gravimetric calibration of the device) • A and D: Factors for calculation of dust C_iB The mathematical relationship can be seen under point 3. the display and the analog signal output of the D−R 820 F are adjusted to the actual dust content in the system.

D−R 820 F 66 . a new factor may need to be entered here! 6.9.2 Device parameters | Set device parameters | Factor K Parameter: Meaning: • Factor K • Construction factor for measuring gas differential pressure measurement. The volume flow of the purge air is calculated from this.7 Dust and raw signal measuring ranges | page 71 Measuring range 2 = 3 x value range CiB Auto range = Off: • Automatic measuring range switching is inactive.9.9.7 Dust and raw signal measuring ranges | page 71 6.9.Operation and Handling Meaning: • Switches the automatic measuring range switching for CiB on or off Setting of the measuring range in mg/m³ occurs under point 6. The dust measuring ranges are defined as follows: Measuring range 1 = value range CiB. see 6. The probe factor K is dependent on the design and is set in the factory.2.1 Device parameters | Set device parameters | Range p Parameter: Meaning: • Range p • Measuring range of the Δp-transmitter for measuring the differential pressure via the measuring gas pipe.3 Device parameters | Set device parameters | Range pd Parameter: Meaning: • Range pd • Measuring range of the Δp-transmitter for measuring the differential pressure via the measuring orifice in the purge air connection.9.9.2. The volume flow in the measuring chamber is calculated from this. If the elbow is exchanged for the ball valve.9. The dust measuring range is defined as follows: Measuring range = value range CiB. Result of factory calibration. 6.2 Device parameters | Set device parameters Parameter: Meaning: • Set device parameter • Internal device parameters for volume flow and temperature The device parameters are a factory setting and should not be changed! 6.2. see 6.7 Dust and raw signal measuring ranges | page 71 Auto range = On: • Automatic measuring range switching is active.

4 Device parameters | Set device parameters | Factor KD Parameter: Meaning: • Factor KD • Construction factor for purge air differential pressure measurement. Result of factory calibration.5 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | O2 Display shows: Vol Opened by button <3> Parameter: Meaning: D−R 820 F • Gas composition.9.3. 6. 6. oxygen component [vol%] • Input value.5 Device parameters | Set device parameters | Measuring range temperature Parameter: Meaning: • Measuring range temperature • Measuring range for temperature measurement. pressure and gas composition in the exhaust gas channel 6.1 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | TM Display shows: T Opened by button <1> Parameter: Meaning: • Temperature in exhaust gas channel at the measuring point • Device-internal operand (corresponds to the temperature in the exhaust gas channel at the measuring point in the main operating status) 6.9.9.6 Device parameters | Set device parameters | C Parameter: Meaning: • Calibration factor C • Calibration factor C for compensating the dilution.3. 6.9.4 Operating parameters Set operating parameters | pM Parameter: Meaning: • Static pressure in exhaust gas channel at the measuring point • Input value 6.9.Operation and Handling 6.9.3.2.3.9.3 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters Parameter: Meaning: • Set operating parameters • Measuring point-specific parameter for temperature.2 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | p Display shows: p Opened by button <2> Parameter: Meaning: • Absolute pressure of measuring chamber • Input value 6. • Result of factory calibration.2.9.3.2.9. oxygen component of exhaust gas volume flow 67 .3 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | pd Parameter: Meaning: • Absolute pressure of purge air (via measuring orifice) • Input value 6.

3.Operation and Handling 6.9. carbon dioxide component [vol%] • Input value. carbon dioxide component of exhaust gas volume flow 68 D−R 820 F .6 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | CO2 Parameter: Meaning: • Gas composition.

3. water vapour component of exhaust gas volume flow The nitrogen component of the exhaust gas volume is calculated! Example: O2 CO2 H2O N2 Dry air 21 Vol% 0 Vol% 0 Vol% 79 Vol% Example of combustion exhaust gases 11 Vol% 20 Vol% 14 Vol% 55 Vol% 6.9.3.7 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | H2O Parameter: Meaning: • Gas composition.9. water vapour component [vol%] • Input value. Some of them must be set in-situ during commissioning! D−R 820 F 69 .8 Operating parameters | Set operating parameters | RSL Display shows: R Opened by button <4> Parameter: Meaning: • Gas constant of purge air • Input value Danger of incorrect measurement! The operating parameters are measuring point-specific parameters.Operation and Handling 6.

6.4 Integration time | Set integration time Parameter: Value range: Meaning: • Set integration time • 1 .. 70 D−R 820 F . 6.9. 60 seconds • Integration time via the measured value in seconds. The difference between the actual and the calibrated values is output in %.5 Ouput mode | Select output mode Parameter: Value range: Meaning: • Select output mode • Standard / Service • Switches between the standard and service operating modes. see 6.6 Zero and reference point control | Test zero and reference point Parameter: Meaning: • Test zero and reference point • Executes a check of the zero and reference point (inspection values are not stored. only displayed)..9.9.3 Operating modes page 60.Operation and Handling 6.

. 20 m³/h (diluting air volume flow) • Limit FDmin: 0 . 500 mg/m³ Cal: 5 .. 300 V Sets the measuring ranges of the analog outputs for dust (CiB) and raw signal (Cal).. volume flow) • Sets the measuring ranges of the analog outputs for volume flow (F and FD) and the limit values of the volume flow monitoring (Fmin and FDmin) Meaning: If the value falls below the set limit values for F and FD.. and at 80% of this value the D−R 820 F goes into fault status.9 Test current outputs | Test current outputs Parameter: Value range: Meaning: • Test current outputs • 4 .. 20 m³/h (measuring chamber volume flow) • Limit Fmin: 0 . the last but one in position 1 etc.9. 20 m³/h (measuring chamber min..9. 6.. The last error is in position 0..7 Dust and raw signal measuring ranges | Select dust output range Parameter: Value range: Meaning: • • • • Select dust output range CiB: 15 .99) error messages of the D−R 820 F.9.8 Volume flow measuring ranges | Select vol. 20 m³/h (diluting air min. An attempt is made to improve this value by backflushing the probe! 6..Operation and Handling The displayed values must meet the following conditions: D−R 820 F in order: D−R 820 F in need of maintenance: D−R 820 F in fault condition: Value < 4 % 4 % < Value < 6 % Value > 6 % When the check is complete.9.. the D−R 820 F goes into maintenance requirement status. volume flow) • flow range FD: 0 ....flow output range Parameter: Value range: • Select vol.10 Read error log | Read out error log Parameter: Meaning: • Read out error/event log • Displays the last 100 (0. 20 mA • The current outputs for all analog outputs have preset analog values (forcommissioning.. the D−R 820 F waits for an input at the next menu item.flow output range • Volume flow F: 0 . troubleshooting and functional testing) 6. D−R 820 F 71 . 6..

to prevent the moisture from condensing out of the measuring gas! The remaining preheating time is displayed in minutes in the status line (normal or service display). 8 bit. the probe tube is heated to a high temperature.Operation and Handling Example ./event code time and date M a i n t e n < < . can be input during this time.. The preheating time can be cancelled prematurely with the key (measuring). 60 minutes Presetting: 30 minutes Sets the setpoint value for the probe temperature or measuring chamber temperature. Parameters etc.13 End or further input Meaning: • Store or repeat parameter 72 D−R 820 F . 6.12 Output parameters | Send to terminal Parameter: Setting: Meaning: • Send to terminal • 9600 baud. Hyperterminal) (a serial extension cable must be used)..9.. 180 °C Preheating time: 0 . 0 7 No.9.error/event display: 0 0 / 5 6 S t a t u s 1 4 : 2 1 1 4 . 0 6 .g. no parity. the purge air temperature and the preheating time Meaning: CAUTION The temperatures should not exceed 180 °C! The ball valve is not designed for higher temperatures! CAUTION Risk of pollution! Cancellation of the preheating phase is not recommended! During preheating.11 Set probe heat element | Preheating mode Parameter: Value range: • • • • • Preheating mode Temperature: 0 . 6.> > > a n c e N e x t E n d Display previous event End log reading E N T E R 6. 1 stop bit • Outputs the parameters of the D−R 820 F at the serial interfaceof a terminal program (e..9.

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Do not touch the probe tube. Switch off series fuse 7.17 and purge for 10 to 30 minutes or switch to Purge with the key. 1. Unscrew frame from periphery e. CAUTION: FIRST set the ball valve to MANUAL + PURGE! Control unit Heating Diluting air (2. 2. Set 3/2-way ball valve to MANUAL + PURGE position see Figure 3. Remove hoses) Exhaust gas duct/chimney Blower Injector air Blower Diluting air Air filter dr820f_025_0001_Demontage Teil 1 (4. Wear safety gloves when working with the probe. A. 3. the ball valve must be set to MANUAL + PURGE.Decommissioning 7 Decommissioning WARNING Risk of burns! The probe tube is heated to a high temperature.g. guard rail or wall ) Figure 7. then protective motor switches S01 and S02 and finally fuse F01. Remove cables and hoses (Representation of probe+chimney rotated) 1. Switch off fuses F02 to F05 one after another.1 Disassembly The probe is disassembled according to Figure 7. open-mesh floor. First of all.1.1: Disassembly part 1 D−R 820 F 75 .

2 Disposal Note Disposal of the D−R 820 F must occur in accordance with the applicable country-specific environmental protection regulations..2: Disassembly part 2 7. 76 D−R 820 F . Remove probe (5. 5 degrees dr820f_026_0001_Demontage Teil 2 Exhaust air feedback integrated or separate Exhaust gas/flue gas Exhaust gas duct/chimney Figure 7. Remove probe) (4.Decommissioning B. Unscrew probe from flange 4x) 2 .. The D−R 820 F must be treated as hazardous waste for disposal.

3 Calibration Device calibration Device calibration. General Mathematical relationship Performing calibration .1.2 8.D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter 08 8 8.2.1 8.2.2 8.1. General Performing calibration Dust calibration Dust calibration.2.1 8.2 8.1 8.

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8.1 Dust calibration Dust calibration.8 page 65.1 Calibration Device calibration Device calibration. This calibration exclusively relates to the electronics of the D−R 820 F and not the gravimetric calibration (generally by test institute). For this reason the reference point of the optical sensor is compared. the D−R 820 F is subject to the fine fluctuations of the components and materials used. can be entered directly in the D−R 820 F. for example.e. D−R 820 F 79 . The new reference value can be checked with the key. a different characteristic curve results for the output signal in relation to the dust content for each case of operation of a D−R 820 F. The actual reference point is defined during the device calibration. This is at the customer's discretion.2. in particle size.1.1 8. The signals of the D−R 820 F must therefore be calibrated with gravimetric comparison measurements (in accordance with VDI 2066 and VDI 3950 in Germany). General As a highly sensitive measuring device.1. and the device outputs a signal proportional to the dust content. The calibration takes approx. General The measured value acquisition is subject to a wide variety of influences. in order to detect any errors in the sensor in good time. gas speed and temperature. density.2 Performing calibration The device is calibrated in accordance with the instructions under point 6. the D−R 820 F returns to the Calibration menu.2 8. charge and other dust and gas characteristics. the parameters. Variable influence factors include type of dust. i. The results of the calibration.Calibration 8 8. particle shape. The 3/2-way ball valve should be set to purge for device calibration! The displayed reference value should be between 60 and 80%! 8. The dusts to be measured vary. When calibration is complete. Consequently. The zero point of the optical sensor does not have to be calibrated. due to the different technological conditions at the relevant measuring points. 3 minutes.

2 page 66) and operating parameters (point 6.2. a CiB’ is displayed.9. 28 () BImSchG).9. You must also ensure that the error "MB sensor too small*" does not occur during calibration (status line. Check the 2. Perform gravimetric dust calibration (in the case of an official dust measurement in Germany this is performed by a measuring body approved in accordance with §§ 26. The calibration parameters A and D must be the following default values for calibration: A 1 C 1. Device parameters | Set device parameters 3.3 page 67) are correctly entered.2 Mathematical relationship The dust signal is calculated in accordance with the following mathematical relationship (see 3.8.3 Extractive dust measurement page 36): ci. 4.Calibration 8.3 Performing calibration Before starting the calibration. "D" diluting air and "M" measuring gas) 8. = A ⋅ ⎢ ⎥+D − ⋅ F C F D ⎦ ⎣ cal F A. Ci.2.1.B. you must ensure that the device (point 6. D C (Indices: "without" measuring chamber. which is used for the calibration. or erorr log)!! * (MB ≙ Hardware measuring range. ' 80 D−R 820 F . Record analog signal CiB and form means over the period of the gravimetric comparison measurement. Dust concentration [mg/m³] Measuring signal [V] (corresponds to scattered light) Volume flow [m³/h] Constants from the dust calibration Constants from the device adjustment (input after production) ⎡ cal ⋅ F ⎤ Ci . see also Events page 92 The following steps are recommended for execution of the gravimetric calibration: 1. B.B. + D The parameter C must not be adjusted. = A ⋅ Ci.B.1 (factory setting) D 0 On condition that A = 1 and D = 0.

70 3.82 6.30 1. Figure 8.98 2.52 6. Measuring signal Device display Grav.00 4.B.52 7.91 7.00 4.45 6. D Ci.07 C' + i.83 3. = 1.95 2.73 3.92 4.B.28 3.B. dust content Ci.90 1.20 0.50 7.8 Calibration menu and reference point page 65).29 6.B.81 7.00 1.00 5.C' [mg/m³] i.C I.53 2.50 3.70 2.33 2. Enter parameters A and D (see 6.82 3.24 6.1: Example .18 4.00 * 0.42 3. = A C' + i.00 0.76 2.10 2.41 0. Determine parameters A and D from the correlation.41 5.0. [mg/m³] 12 9 6 Ci.20 1.Calibration 15 Gravimetric dust measurement .02 2.05 2.00 * 0.30 3.Gravimetric calibration 5.60 2.30 2.11 6.8 3 dr820f_027_0000_Gravimetrische Kalibrierung 0 0 3 6 9 12 15 Device display D-R 800 F .B.67 7.00 * 0.00 0.09 R² = 0.91 * (zero point hypothesis) Table 8.1: Value table for calibration example D−R 820 F 81 .B.33 8. D−R 820 F if A = 1 and D−R 820 F if A = 1 and [mg/m³] D = 0 [mA] D = 0 [mg/m³] 4.81 6.64 2. 6.B.18 4.68 3.45 2.

In addition.Calibration If the optical sensor outputs the error "MB sensor too small" (MB Hardware MessBereich/Measuring Range) during the gravimetric comparison measurement. then this measurement cannot be used for the dust calibration and must therefore be repeated! (see error log) This applies similarly for every error that puts the D−R 820 F into fault condition. it should be noted that the D−R 820 F performs the zero and reference point test automatically. 82 D−R 820 F . and no data are available for the comparison measurement during this time.

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for service or maintenance tasks).Maintenance 9 Maintenance The provision of warranty performances assumes the correct execution of maintenance. When using the device always comply with the following points: .Look out for reflections of the laser beam. WARNING Danger of burns Never touch parts that could be hot without temperature-resistant equipment or safety gloves.Never look directly into the beam path . appropriate ESD protection measures must be taken beforehand. • To guarantee operational reliability. If the device is opened (e. 9.1 Safety WARNING Danger from electrical equipment Before removing the housing or accidental-contact protection.Do not direct the laser beam of the D−R 820 F at people . D−R 820 F 85 . Optical sensor: CAUTION Danger from laser light! Risk of blinding! Laser protection class II (radiant power < 1 mW at 655 nm) is only guaranteed if the manufacturer's setting for the laser potentiometer is unchanged (sealed). CAUTION Damage to electronic components from electrostatic discharge (ESD) DURAG devices are protected from uncontrolled electrostatic discharge (ESD) during closed operation.g. Maintenance has the following aims: • To preserve the measuring accuracy of the D−R 820 F. • To increase the lifetime of the measuring device. the equipment must be disconnected from the power supply and protected against unauthorised re-activation. maintenance forms the basis for warranty performances. In addition.

Consequently. Time Monthly 3 months Activity • Check plausibility of values for F. ball valve etc. 9.2 Maintenance work Maintenance work must be performed by trained maintenance personnel in accordance with the Service Manual.Maintenance 9. probe tube. Whenever performing cleaning tasks on the D−R 820 F. clean probe housing or tubing (sampling elbow. please note: CAUTION Risk of burns! Wear safety gloves! Parts of the D−R 820 F are electrically heated or operated with hot measuring gas! Cleaning work must be performed by trained maintenance personnel in accordance with the Service Manual. after appropriate training. Injector. the user does not generally need to make any settings on the sensor. The is operated D−R 820 F with the factory setting.3 Cleaning The Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F must be cleaned at intervals of at least 3 to 6 months.) with special brushes • Check suction filter of blower – replace if required • A linearity test must be performed before each gravimetric dust calibration (annually as a rule) Table 9. The frequency of the cleaning tasks to be performed depends on the selected measuring point or measuring medium (particularly the dust content) and the environmental and climatic conditions.1: Maintenance work 6 months 9.4 Work on the optical sensor D−R 800 F The optical sensor receives all necessary settings from the D−R 820 F system. 86 D−R 820 F . FD • Check temperature of measuring chamber and diluting air • Check suction intakes of blower • Clean complete probe 3 – 6 months • Check filters for probe ventilation (optionally also optical sensor filter) – clean or replace if required • Depending on degree of pollution. Detailed information on the optical sensor can be found in the D-R 800 Manual. Maintenance work can be performed with the help of this manual.

To do this. press all 4 keys on the sensor control pad inside the probe housing D−R 820 F simultaneously for approx. it is possible to reset the settings of the D−R 800 F. Checks or changes should therefore only be carried out after consulting the Service department.4.1 Reset of the optical sensor In the event of an error. Checking or changing the settings of the optical sensor is only necessary and expedient in exceptional cases.Maintenance A Optical sensor 9. control by the D−R 820 F and functioning of the complete system will no longer be guaranteed. You will find the relevant addresses and telephone numbers on page 121 (DURAG GROUP company addresses) D−R 820 F 87 .1: Position of the optical sensor in the probe housing D−R 820 F Do not change any settings on the optical sensor! Otherwise. The device is restarted with the current settings (not with the factory settings!) dr820f_005_0001_Sonde Ansicht Frontal_eu Figure 9. 1 s.

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i. After exiting the Calibration or Parameter menu with the <set> key (see Figure 6. The error messages are divided into the classes maintenance.2 Maintenance status "Maintenance status" is shown in the display. any maintenance requirement or fault message present is reset. page 31) is in the maintenance position.5 3/2-way ball valve page 39) • Manual maintenance switch is on (see Figure 3. These are made available on the display in plain text and at the status contacts (see connection diagram) as a potential-free contact. Maintenance operating status occurs at the following times: • Service mode or parameter input active • 4-hour zero and reference point control active (see point 3.8: Control unit. the D−R 820 F remains in purge/maintenance status for another minute! When the maintenance switch (see Figure 3. The last 100 errors and events are stored in the error log of the D−R 820 F. maintenance requirement or fault is present. If the messages/causes of the maintenance requirement category cannot be eliminated.Error messages and error elimination 10 Error messages and error elimination The D−R 820 F outputs status signals for monitoring. You can also see the dependency of the events here.8. please inform the competent Service department! (DURAG GROUP company addresses see page 121) 10. maintenance requirement and fault.8. all displayed events are only informative in nature.8: Control unit. the ball valve is not automatically set to purge if FX is less than 80%FXmin and in the event of a sensor error ! D−R 820 F 91 . based on time and sequence. All current events are shown one after another in the status line of the display. page 31) • The device is switched to maintenance status via a remote control (serial communication) (the device keyboard is locked during remote maintenance!) • The optical sensor is in maintenance status After switching from purge to measurement. indicating error states and troubleshooting. 10. After calling the parameter setting or calibration with the <set> key. the status display is reconfigured and any new events are written to the error log.4 Zero and reference point page 38) • Device is in purge position (see chapter 3.1 Events Provided that no maintenance. all events are deleted.4: SET switch on page 64).e.

"WB" .6.fault. 0 1 switched on Auxiliary value (no entry) • RESET If error recurs -> Service RESET If error recurs -> Service Find and eliminate cause Adjust measuring range I1 Display is maintained for 20sec RESET Test wiring If error recurs -> Service x - Info: D−R 820 F switched on or after • reset (control unit) Error: Writing or reading internal parameter memory Error: Program error • • • • 2 EEPROM error x 3. if 15 minutes without • interruption -> WB • Error: When sending a command to • sensor if after 5 attempts or if no • sensor data after RESET • -> ERR ® x 8 Sensor error x 92 D−R 820 F Error log Message (Text) Meaning Measures /Remark Status display Error number x x x x x . "x" used (only if active) • Abbreviations: "ERR" . If the messages/causes of the maintenance requirement category cannot be eliminated.1 Program error 6. "PT100" .temperature sensor.automatic reset ERR/WB when cause is no longer present.37 x 5 Error: Output range of current I1 too • Range I1 too small small (cal).Error messages and error elimination 10. all events are deleted and the status display/error evaluation is reconfigured.4 Fault status "Fault status" is shown in the display.4.19.5 Events Legend: Table 10. please inform the competent Service department! (DURAG GROUP company addresses see page 2) 10. ® .maintenance requirement.1: Events • Status display/Event memory: "-" not used.3 Maintenance requirement status "Maintenance requirement" is shown in the display. please inform the competent Service department! (DURAG GROUP company addresses see page 2) 10. If the ball valve is moved into the "Measurement" position via the control key) when a fault is present. If the messages/causes of the maintenance requirement category cannot be eliminated.

5mA) • -> ERR ® Info: Fault reset. test analog signal x Check seat of hoses at pressure sensor Test wiring Test transmitter. • continue with local time Info: New/modified parameters (restart all calculations!) Info: D−R 820 F recalibrated (new device calibration) • • • • • • • • • • • • - 17 18 New parameters Recalibrated - - 20 Ball valve error Error operating ball valve If also second attempt error -> ERR Test fuse Test wiring x Is adjusting lever on "automatic" ? Test manual rotation Test wiring x Test PT100 Test transmitter. sensors or measuring chamber polluted or defective -> clean x Increase dilution/temperature Display is maintained for 20sec RESET Test wiring Test sensor function RESET If error recurs -> Service x Wait for sensor Info: Wait for sensor 11 Sensor error Error: Sensor not ready after 120 seconds -> ERR Error: Internal event not expected (program error) -> ERR x 14 Event error x 15 Error reading RTC Error: Reading RTC (internal time) / not important for function of ED. if 15 minutes without interruption -> WB • • • • • • • • Dust pollution too great. test analog signal Test wiring Test transmitter.5mA or >20.5mA or >20. as cause was no longer present • 24 Current input pd 25 Autoreset ERR D−R 820 F 93 Error log Message (Text) Meaning Measures /Remark Status display Error number x - x x x x x x x x x x x .Error messages and error elimination • 9 MB sensor too small Error: Sensor input value too large.5mA) -> ERR ® Error: Measurement current input TD (dilution: <3.5mA or • >20.5mA) • -> ERR ® • Error: Measurement current input pd • (dilution: <3.5mA or >20. test analog signal x Check seat of hoses at pressure sensor - 21 Current input T Error: Measurement current input T (measuring chamber: <3. test analog signal Test wiring x Test PT100 Test transmitter.5mA) -> ERR ® 22 Current input TD 23 Current input p Error: Measurement current input p • (measuring chamber: <3.

if 15 minutes without interruption -> WB ® • • • • • • • • • • • • • • x 39 x 40 Error: Output range for current I4 Range I4 too small too small. -> ERR ® Error: Sensor temperature.. if 15 minutes without interruption -> WB ® Error AD conversion Measured values packet lost Sensor temperature Error: Analog-digital conversion of current measurement -> fault Error: Measured values packet lost. as cause was no longer present Error: Result of zero point test.(see 21.24) Test wiring Test sensor function Find and eliminate cause Adjust measuring range I2 Display is maintained for 20sec Find and eliminate cause Adjust measuring range I3 Display is maintained for 20sec Find and eliminate cause Adjust measuring range I4 Display is maintained for 20sec RESET If error recurs -> Service Test wiring Test sensor function Test probe fan Test probe fan fuse Test probe ventilation After exiting menu called with the <set> key x 30 Reference point x 31 Pollution Error: Result of pollution test if greater than 60% -> ERR ® if greater than 30% -> WB ® x 32 33 Error current input Error measuring values Info: Current input not in valid range • Error: Missing or invalid measuring values -> ERR ® • • x x 38 • Error: Output range for current I2 Range I2 too small too small (CiB). if 15 minutes without • interruption -> WB ® • Range I3 too small Error: Output range for current I3 too small. if greater than 6% -> ERR ® if greater than 4% -> WB ® Error: Result of reference point test if greater than 6% -> ERR ® if greater than 4% -> WB ® • - - 28 Zero point • • • • • • • • Check installation conditions Check sensor for pollution Check sensor for pollution Increase dilution/measuring chamber temperature Check sensor standardisation (parameters) Clean sensor Check installation conditions Check optical sensor . if >55°C -> WB ® if >65°C -> ERR ® Info: Reset events in event of fault/maintenance requirement x 41 x 42 x 44 x 46 Reset WB/Fault - 94 D−R 820 F Error log Message (Text) Meaning Measures /Remark Status display Error number x x x x x x x x x x x x x .Error messages and error elimination 26 Autoreset WB Info: Maintenance requirement reset.

parameter setting or the maintenance switch is on In error log only if maintenance through user operation Check blower function (fuse) Check that hose connections are tight-fitting Check gas duct for pollution Check pressure sensor hose connections In the event of a fault. 1 more minute of "purge mode" x Initialisation Fixed measuring range Purge maintenance Service display 54 55 56 Protected access Maintenance requirement Fault status D−R 820 F Info: Initialisation (wait for sensor) Info: Fixed measuring range for current output I2 (CiB) Info: Purge mode • • • x x x Info: Service output mode Info: Access to protected area Info: Maintenance requirement D−R 820 F Info: Fault D−R 820 F • The D−R 820 F is in maintenance x status Only by manufacturer (Service) Evaluate the displayed errors Evaluate the displayed errors x x • • • • Preheating xxx min Info: Preheating D−R 820 F • With specification of minutes remaining Cancellation of preheating at any x time with key (Caution: Condensation can result in the measuring chamber) The D−R 820 F is in purge mode. the D−R 820 F goes into purge mode • 58 Maintenance status Info: Maintenance D−R 820 F • • • • • • x 60 Flow F too small Error: Flow F (measuring chamber) too small.free again after 2 min D−R 820 F) CAUTION: After switching ball valve to measuring.Error messages and error elimination • 47 Remote control Info: Remote maintenance via RS232 (write access) CAUTION: D−R 820 F cannot be operated via keyboard ! (disconnect cable from RS232 if necessary . in zero or reference point testing. < Fmin -> WB ® (in 15min) < 80% Fmin -> ERR ® (in 15min) <50% Fmin -> ERR ® (in 10sec) (in case of ERR attempt to increase the value by purging) x D−R 820 F 95 Error log Message (Text) Meaning Measures /Remark Status display Error number x - - x x x - x x .

if F < 1m³/h and not in purge mode. the D−R 820 F goes into purge mode Test fuse Check switching of heat relay (LED) Check PT100 or temperature Check Flow F. < 80% Tnom -> WB ® (in 15min) < 70% Tnom -> ERR ® (in 15min) <50% Tnom -> ERR ® (in 10sec) x 63 Status ED Temperature TD (purge air) too small. Temp Td too small < 80% TDnom -> WB ® (in 15min) < 70% TDnom -> ERR ® (in 15min) <50% TDnom -> ERR ® (in 10sec) • • • x • Measuring range = Info: Display act.5m³/h and not in purge mode. the heat element for T is off! Test fuse Check switching of heat relay (LED) Check Flow Fd. if Fd < 0.1: Events 96 D−R 820 F Error log Message (Text) Meaning Measures /Remark Status display Error number x x x - - . x with "auto" measuring range Limit value 1 ON Info: Limit value 1 exceeded • • x Limit value 2 ON Info: Limit value 2 exceeded • x Table 10. the heat element for Td is off! Check PT100 or temperature The display remains for another 10sec after the value has fallen below the limit value The display remains for another 10sec after the value has fallen below the limit value 62 Temp T too small Error : Temperature T (measuring chamber) too low.Error messages and error elimination 61 Flow Fd too small Error: Flow FD (purge air) too small < FDmin -> WB ® (in 15min) < 80% FDmin -> ERR ® (in 15min) <50% FDmin -> ERR ® (in 10sec) (in case of ERR attempt to increase the value by purging) • • • • • • • • • Check compressor function (fuse) Check that hose connections are tight-fitting Check gas duct for pollution x Check pressure sensor hose connections In the event of a fault. measuring range.

1 11.D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter Appendix 11 11.2 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Technical data General Presetting EC Declaration of Conformity Standards and regulations Spare and wearing parts Glossary Index Circuit diagrams and drawings Menu plan DURAG GROUP company addresses .

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000 mm (see ordering data!) approx.. 300) V 0 .. 5 (max...1 General Feed Class of protection Readiness for operation Rack frame Dimensions (W x H x D) Space requirement (W x H x D) Weight Blower class of protection Control unit Dimensions (W x H x D) Space requirement (W x H x D) Weight Class of protection Ambient temperature Probe Dimensions (W x H x D) Immersion depth Weight Class of protection Ambient temperature Temperature at ball valve Measuring ranges Dust i. 300 °C 0 . + 50 °C <180 °C 600 x 400 x 410 mm (including lock + PU) 1.750 x 1050 mm approx. 20 kg IP 65 ..200 x 400 x 410 mm approx. 3~.Technical data 11 Technical data 11.. 1 mm²) Length max.. 15 (max.. 1000 Ω Max.20 °C .B. 35 VDC at 0... 20 mA (max. 500) mg/m³ 0 . 60 kg IP 65 400 V.. + 50 °C 600 x 1.. 20 m³/h 600 x 1050 x 1.20 °C . 1 mm²) Max.500 (500 + 1000)mm 1.. 20 m³/h 0 . 50 Hz. 5 x 4 mm²) 1 After 5 to 15 minutes (without preheating time) 99 . 45 kg IP 65 .... 16 A (max.2 A (max. 25 m 0 .750 x 550 mm 850 x 1. (CiB) Raw signal (Cal) Temperature Volume flow measuring chamber (F) Volume flow diluting air (FD) Electrical connections Analog signals Load Status signals Probe cable D−R 820 F 4 ..

5 m³/h (in relation to 1 bar) Instrument air: Optional compressed air/nitrogen connec.9. 60 m³/h (in relation to 1 bar) Table 11.1 page 65 Chap.Technical data Pneumatic connections (customer-side adaptations in consultation with the manufacturer) Injector air blower hose Diluting air blower hose Max..2 page 66 Chap.6 devicerelated (factory calibration) 70 mbar 0.5 page62 Chap... N..9.Admission pressure max. tr.. 6.. Input of device parameters for volume flow and temperature Measuring range Δptransmitter measuring gas Construction factor differential pressure measurement measuring gas K (in relation to the installed measuring chamber) Measuring range Δptransmitter diluting air Construction factor differential pressure measurement diluting air KSL (in relation to probe) Measuring range temperature measurement measuring chamber 10 mbar 1. 2nd limit value for dust i... 2 bar. 1 . 10 m (di = 25 mm) Max. 6.. tion for injector air supply Consumption 40 .Admission pressure max.4 devicerelated (factory calibration) 300 °C D−R 820 F Range pd FactorKD Chap.. 6. Automatic measuring range switching Dust i.8 .. 500 mg/m³ 50 mg/m³ 0 .2 . off off 1st limit value for dust i. 1 .2 Presetting Parameters Limit values 1st alarm value 2nd alarm value Parameters set auto range Set device parameters Range p FactorK Chap. 2 bar.1: Technical data 11.tr.N..3 page 66 Chap.2. 6. 2.. tr.2 page 66 Chap. 6.2. 6.9.... 500 mg/m³ 50 mg/m³ on.2.5 page 62 Chapter Page Description Value range Factory setting 0 . 50 m³/h (in relation to 1 bar) Instrument air: Optional compressed air/nitrogen connec. tion for diluting air supply Consumption 3 . 3 bar.9. 0.1 page 66 Chap. 2 . 10 m (di = 13 mm) Instrument air: Optional compressed air/nitrogen connecAdmission pressure max.5 page 67 100 .9..2. 6. 6.9.4 page 67 Temperature measuring range Chap.2.9.. N. 6... tion for house purging (Vortex Cooler) Consumption max.

6.9. Standard Standard Any 15 mg/m³ Any 5V 20 m³/h 7 m³/h 20 m³/h 2 m³/h On.8 page 71 Chap.9.3 page 67 Chap.9. 6. 6.3 page 67 Chap. 100 Vol% 0 Vol% 287 J/(kg K) Selection of integration time in seconds Selection of display mode Dust and raw signal measuring ranges Dust measuring range Raw signal measuring range Volume flow measuring ranges Measuring range volume flow measuring chamber Limit value volume flow monitoring measuring chamber Measuring range volume flow diluting air Limit value volume flow monitoring diluting air Probe heat element setting Preheating during switch-on 5s Service.3. 6.9. 6.9.1 page 67 Parameters K_C Set operating parameters Temperature TM Description Calibration factor C (factory calibration) Input of operating parameters Temperature in exhaust gas channel (operand .9. 6.3.9.3.flow FD Vol.2.5 page 67 Chap..7 page 69 Chap. 6. 6.Technical data Chapter Page Chap.3.11 page 72 Chap..3.9.6 page 67 Chap. 0 page 69 Chap.9. 6. 6.7 page 71 Chap.8 page 71 Chap. 6. 6.9. 100 Vol% 21 Vol% 0 .flow GW Fdmin Preheating mode Preheating mode Chap. 6.8 page 69 Chap.3.9. 6. 6.070 mbar 1.3.11 page 72 980 mbar 1..6 page 68 Chap.4 page 67 Chap. 6.8 page 71 Chap. 6.1 (Factory setting) 80 °C pTK pSL pM O2 CO2 H2O RSL Set integration time Selection of output mode Selection of dust output range c_iB Cal Selection of volume flow output range Vol.5 page 69 Chap.2 page 67 Chap.9.flow GW Fmin Vol.9.9..not a setpoint value!) Absolute pressure in measuring chamber Absolute pressure of diluting air Static pressure in exhaust gas channel at the measuring point Volume fraction of oxygen in measuring gas Volume fraction of carbon dioxide in measuring gas Volume fraction of water vapour in measuring gas Gas constant in diluting air Value range Factory setting 1.8 page 71 Chap.000 mbar 0 .9.8 page 71 Chap.7 page 71 Chap.. 6. 6.7 page 71 Chap.9.9.9. 6.9. 6.9. Off On D−R 820 F 101 .flow F Vol.3.9. 100 Vol% 0 Vol% 0 ..

8.2: Factory setting 102 D−R 820 F . 6.8. 6. 6.11 page 72 Chap.2 page 65 Chap.0000E+0 Table 11.2 page 65 Triggering of device calibration (Reference point) Input of calibration constants A parameter D parameter Any +1.8.1 page 65 Chap.0000E+0 Any +0.11 page 72 Parameters Temperature T Temperature TD Preheating time Calibration Calibrate sensor Set calibration constants A D Description Set-point value of temperature in measuring chamber Set-point value of diluting air temperature Preheating time during switchon Value range Factory setting 120 °C 120 °C 30 minutes Chap. 6.9.9. 6.9.11 page 72 Chap.Technical data Chapter Page Chap. 6. 6.8.2 page 65 Chap.

DURAG GmbH Hamburg. (Norbert Rink) Diese Erklärung bescheinigt die Übereinstimmung mit den genannten Richtlinien. This declaration certifies conformance with the above mentioned directives.2008 D−R 820 F 103 . Datum Place. The described product is corresponding to the basic requirements of the following provisions of Council Directive. 23. 22453 Hamburg Staubkonzentrationsmessgerät D−R 820 F Dust Concentration Meter D−R 820 F Das bezeichnete Produkt entspricht den grundlegenden Anforderungen folgender europäischen Richtlinien.06. vorausgesetzt. gewartet und entsprechend seiner Bestimmung eingesetzt wird. provided that it is installed. EG-Niederspannungsrichtlinie 2006/95/EG EG low voltage directive 2006/95/EC EG-Richtlinie über die elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit 89/336 EWG EG directive about electromagnetic compatibility 89/336 EEC Folgende harmonisierte Normen wurden angewandt: The following harmonized standards have been used: DIN EN 50081-1 DIN EN 55022 DIN EN 61000-4 DIN EN 61000-6 Aussteller Issuer Ort. Affirmation of attributes in a legal sense is not included. date Rechtsverbindliche Unterschrift Legally binding Signature ppa. beinhaltet jedoch keine Zusicherung von Eigenschaften im rechtlichen Sinne. 105. Die einschlägigen Vorschriften und Hinweise aus der Bedienungsanleitung sind zu beachten.EC Declaration of Conformity 12 EC Declaration of Conformity EG-Konformitätserklärung EC Declaration of Conformity Hersteller Manufacturer Anschrift Address Produktbezeichnung Product description DURAG GmbH Kollaustr. dass es installiert. maintained and used in applications for which it was made. in accordance with relevant installation standards and manufacturer’s instructions.

the standards and regulations for the Federal Republic of Germany apply. the harmonised European standards have been used as the basis for the specification and production of this device. 104 D−R 820 F .Standards and regulations 13 Standards and regulations Where possible. Where harmonised European standards have not been applied.

please contact DURAG GmbH Hamburg (see inside cover).Spare and wearing parts 14 Spare and wearing parts To order spare and wearing parts. D−R 820 F 105 .

Dilution Thinning or dilution is a measure for the concentration of the extracted measuring gas. the display occurs in mg/m³. RF. The measurement is therefore recorded from the front.) Measurement analysis. The more particles are found in the light beam. Extinction <lat.analogous to the RS422 interface . Reciprocal <lat. Offset or adjustment offset In this manual offset denotes a static value which is added to or subtracted from a measured value. Opacity <lat>: (Optics) Nontransparency A light beam sent through a mixture of gas and particles is attenuated by absorption and diffusion. The scattered light principle is suitable for small dust loads to under 1 mg/m³. on the premises. The relationship between measured value display and dust load is determined by means of (→) gravimetric comparison measurement.g. "on the spot") in environmental technology denotes the execution of defined procedures on the spot. Modbus (interface communication) The Modbus protocol is a communication protocol based on a master/slave or client/server architecture.>: mutual. conditioned and fed to the analysis device via a sample line and sample processing. in order to adjust the zero value. the stronger the opacity.has been developed for serial high-speed data transfer over long distances and is becoming increasingly widespread in the industrial sector. P. BImSchV Federal Immission Control Act BImSchG Law for protection from harmful environmental effects due to air pollution. separated by defined characters (e. measurement and control systems) can be connected by means of Modbus. Frame This generally means a data packet in this manual Gravimetry <lat. as it is an open protocol.) Attenuation of a wave motion (radiation) when passing through a medium After conversion of the transmission into absorbance and after a (→) gravimetric comparison measurement. 106 D−R 820 F . a PC) and several slaves (e.>: (Chem. The data cables must be implemented as twisted pairs. The toxic H2S is converted into elementary sulphur and water during this process. vibrations and similar occurrences Claus plant All H2S--containing exhaust gases that develop are processed in the Claus plant.g. for at the (original) location. The dilution is specified in [%]. An example is the scattering of light on fine particulates. for example. Reciprocal value: (Math. noise.>: (Phys. Forward scattering In physics scattering generally refers to the deflection of an object through interaction with another local object (scattering centre). For dust concentrations this result is specified in mg/Nm³ through computation to the reference values T. Modbus has become a facto standard in industry. Forward scattering refers to scattering processes in which only a small deflection occurs (small scattering angle). A master (e. Cyclical communication Interface communication in which data are bundled into data packets and transferred in a defined order. extractive Extractive measuring procedures are characterised by the fact that the sample to be analysed is withdrawn from the measuring gas line. In-situ situ measuring method The term in situ (lat.Glossary 15 Glossary method for quantitative definition of elements and groups in mixtures of materials. so against the beam direction. Scattered light A light source emits light which is diffused by particles in the gas and recorded by a detector. The ratio of received light to initial light is a measurement of the transmission or the reciprocal opacity.) Inverse value (swapping numerators and nominators of a fraction) RS485 interface .g. semicolon).

72 D 32 D 72 Factory setting 92 Fault 63 Features of the D−R 820 F 21 Forward scattering 98 Function D−R 820 F 29 Functional diagram of optical probe 31 Assembly Selection of the measuring point 39 Automatic measuring range switching 59 B Ball valve 44 BImSchG 98 BImSchV 98 C Calibration Calibration menu 59 Device calibration 59. 72 C 32. 77. 54 Dilution 34 Disassembly 67 Disposal 68 Dust and raw signal measuring ranges 63 Dust calibration 71 Dust sensor 78 Limit value input 56 L M Maintenance 49.Index 16 Index A F Factor A 32. 71 Dust calibration 71 Enter calibration parameters 59 Claus plant 98 Cleaning 78 Commissioning 49 Communication. 72 B 32. 83 Maintenance requirement 63 Maintenance work 78 Measuring procedure of the D−R 820 F 21 Modbus 98 E Electrical connection 44 Error elimination 83 Error log 63 Error message 83 Extinction 98 extractive 98 N Notes Environmental protection 11 general Tip or information 11 O Opacity 98 D−R 820 F 107 . cyclical 98 Company addresses 111 Connection of blower hose 41 Control unit 41. 56 D Damage in transit 20 Decommissioning 67 Diluting air 44. 57 Correlation 73 G Gravimetry 98 H Hose connectors 41 I In 98 Integration time 55. 72 D 32. 49.

ESD 11 Warnings. 44. 78 Reset 79 Supply voltage 15 System design of the D−R 820 F 23 P Parameter device parameter 60 device parameter C 61 device parameter constr. 10 Warnings.Danger 11 Minor risk .Caution 11 Warnings. Danger of crushing 11 Warranty 20 Weld-in socket 40 R Rack frame 42 Reciprocal 98 RS485 interface 98 S Scattered light 98 Scope of supply 22 Special accessories 23 Selection of the measuring point 39 Service mode 54 Set probe heat element 64 Standard mode 54 Z Zero and reference point 34 108 D−R 820 F . 72 CiB 32.Index Operating mode 53 Optical sensor 53. 72 FD 32 FM 32 Valve position LED 28. gen. 58 Volume flow 49 Volume flow measuring ranges 63 W Warnings.Warning 11 High risk . 72 F 32. spec. factor K 60 device parameter constr. Chemical burns 11 Electric current 11 Explosion 11 General warning sign 11 Hot surface 11 Humidity 11 Laser radiation 11 Radioactivity 11 Warnings. meaning. 42. Average risk . factor KSL 61 device parameter pressure range p 60 device parameter pressure range pd 60 device parameter temperature range 61 dump to terminal 64 end or restart input 64 heating mode 64 input alarm value 56 operation parameter 61 operation parameter CO2 61 operation parameter H2O 62 operation parameter O2 61 operation parameter pM 61 operation parameter PSL 61 operation parameter PTK 61 operation parameter RSL 62 operation parameter TM 61 output level of dust 63 output level of flow 63 read error protocol 64 select output mode 62 time of integration 62 Parameter input 58 Parameter output 64 Probe 41. spec. 58 Probe ventilation 27 T Technical data 91 Temperature 49 Thinning 34 Typeplate 21 Typographical conventions 10 U Use of the D−R 820 F 20 V Value Cal 32.

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17 p i p e DR820F_0001_Justierflansch 110 Circuit diagrams and drawings w e l d e d o b j e c t q e s c r i p t i o n u a n t .d i p e ø 1 0 8 x 4 3 1 p 2 4 t h r e a d e d b o l t l a n g e p l a t e 1 1 f Circuit diagrams and drawings D−R 820 F Weld-in socket D-R 820 F .

Circuit diagrams and drawings 520 155 365 480 750 600 DR820F_0002_Sondenabmessungen 270 Probe dimensions D-R 820 F 1050 D−R 820 F 111 .

DR820F_06ED040701_0001_Verdrahtungsplan_Einspeisung 112 Circuit diagrams and drawings D−R 820 F Wiring diagram D-R 820 F Feed Part 1 .

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g. time). 1.Menu plan 18 Menu plan <MODE> < -> >/Time 1 1 2 2 0 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 2 2 Legend: X .displayed according to status (Numeric values only by way of example) 2 2 3 The input of numeric values is limited to preset minimum and maximum values! Limit is briefly displayed and adopted as default value for value input.15_uk) part 1 118 D−R 820 F . 1 Error EEPROM: 4 5 After factory setting -> 1 1 Menu plan D-R 820 F (Ver. 1 1 4 2 2 1 3 3 Output in case of an incorrect input (e. last valid value is displayed as default value again.

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