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KF8893...

Demo Case
for Burner Management System LMV5...

Operating Instructions

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Warning notes
To avoid injury to persons, damage to property or the environment, the following warning notes should be observed!

Read these Operating Instructions before putting the demo


case into operation
Keep the Operating Instructions in the pocket inside the
demo case
Do not open the front panel. Do not interfere with or modify
the demo case
The KF8893... must only be used for demonstrating the
LMV5... burner management system when fitted inside the
demo case
Fall or shock can adversely affect the safety functions. Such
devices and demo cases must not be put into operation, even
if they do not exhibit any damage
The demo case must be connected to a suitable power outlet
The KF8893... must be protected against condensation, formation of ice and ingress of water

Commissioning notes

Open the demo case by releasing the lateral locks and remove the cover
When opened, plug the enclosed mains cable into the socket
(see photo)
Should you encounter any problems when putting the demo
case into operation, please do not make any manipulations

Operating notes

Parameter
settings

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After reading the Operating Instructions, keep them in the


pocket inside the demo case
Use of the KF8893... presupposes that the operator is familiar
with the control sequence and the control and switching
functions of the LMV5... burner management system
For detailed information and technical data of the LMV5..., refer to the Basic Documentation LMV5 (P7550) and to Data
Sheet SQM4 (N7814)

The parameter setting levels are protected by passwords. These


passwords are confidential and may only be given to authorized
persons.
For the heating engineer level (HF), 9876 is the default password.
Each time the system is put into operation, check the parameter
settings because with the LMV5 the characteristics of the
system are mainly determined by the parameter settings.

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Mechanical design and function

CAN bus

RS-232

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1. Operating elements for simulation


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Fuel selection button OIL / GAS / INT (fuel selection with the display and programming unit)

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Load controller ON / OFF

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Load signal output OPEN / CLOSE

Reset / interlock

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Air pressure switch

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Oil / gas pressure switch max.

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Oil / gas pressure switch min.

Simulation of the actual boiler temperature (refer to section Simulation of the


controlled system)

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Simulation of the flames intensity

Simulation of the flame signal

Gas pressure switch for gas valve proving / closed position indicator
Simulation of heat consumption of the simulated controlled system (refer to section Simulation of the controlled system)
Time constant 1 for the simulated controlled system (refer to section Simulation
of the controlled system)
Time constant 2 for the simulated controlled system (refer to section Simulation
of the controlled system)

2. External connections
CAN bus connection for additional actuators (on the right side of the case) and
O2 simulator KF8893-2...

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Simulation of the controlled system


Using the demo case, the controlled system can be simulated in 2 different ways:
Manual adjustment of the boiler temperature and of the automatic
controlled system.
Manual adjustment
of the actual temperature

The controlled system can be simulated by simple manual adjustment


of the boiler temperature, using potentiometer Actual value temp..
For demonstration purposes, set the system configuration of the
LMV5 as follows:
Load controller configuration in the LMV5...

Simulation of a
closed control loop

Load controller

Configuration

LC_OptgMode
Sensor Select
MeaseRangePtNi

Int LR
Pt1000
150 C / 302 F

Simulation of a closed control loop is especially suited for demonstrating the adaptation of the internal load controller. To simulate a boiler
temperature increase, the controlled system is simulated by using 2
delay members connected in series.
The delay members have the time constant 1 of 1...50 seconds
and 2 of 50...100 seconds.
Changes to the boilers heat output can be simulated with potentiometer Load.
The graph below shows the progression of boiler temperature when
the burners output suddenly changes at a constant rate (step response).
Characteristic 1 shows the progression of boiler temperature when
using the minimum settings of 1 and 2. The maximum values
of the delay members 1 and 2 produce characteristic 2.
The final temperature level depends on the adjusted burner output
(setting on the LMV5) and the position of potentiometer Load.
To demonstrate the adaptation of the internal load controller of the
LMV5, the following settings are required:
Configuration of the load controller inside the LMV5

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Load controller

Configuration

LC_OptgMode
Sensor Select
Ext Inp X61 U/I
MRange TempSens
SetpointW1

Int LR
Temp.-Sens
0...10 V
100 C
60 C

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Settings on the demo case:


Potentiometer Load
Potentiometer 1
Potentiometer 2
Potentiometer Actual value temp.

= 75 %
= any
= any
= inactive

P / in %

t (in s)
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Removal of
AZL5

For demonstration purposes, the display and programming unit can


be removed from the front panel by loosening the screws.
The connecting cable with a length of 1.5 m enables you to operate
the AZL5 as a handheld unit.

Simulation of the
controlled O2
system

Using the KF8893-2, the O2 signal, O2 sensor temperature, combustion air temperature and flue gas temperature can be simulated.
For that purpose, the KF8893-2... must be connected to the CAN bus
of the KF8893-1 via the 6-pole connector. The potentiometers are
used to manually adjust the respective signals. During initialization of
O2 trim control, the boiler plants delay time is determined in the
course of the adaptation process. To ensure correct simulation, the
O2 value must therefore be slowly changed from the adjusted O2
setpoint to the initial O2 ratio value. It should also be observed that
each time the system is put into operation, the O2 value must be
manually set to 20.9 % 2 % at the end of prepurging. After ignition
and the change to control mode, the O2 value should be reduced to
the O2 ratio value for simulated operation.

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Type summary
Demo case for LMV5...

KF8893-1
KF8893-1A1
KF8893-1-W
KF8893-1A1-W

O2 simulation extension for LMV52...

KF8893-2
KF8893-2A1

Technical data
General data

Mains voltage
- KF8893-1
- KF8893-1A1
- KF8893-1-W
- KF8893-1A1-W
- KF8893-2
- KF8893-2A1
Mains frequency
Power consumption

AC 230 V +10 / -15 %


AC 120 V +10 / -15 %
AC 230 V +10 / -15 %
AC 120 V +10 / 15 %
AC 230 V +10 / -15 %
AC 120 V +10 / -15 %
50...60 Hz 6 %
approx. 10 VA

Disposal notes
The KF8893... demo case contains electrical and electronic components and must not be disposed of together with household waste.
Local and currently valid legislation must be observed.

Siemens Building Technologies


HVAC Products GmbH
Berliner Ring 23
D - 76347 Rastatt
Tel. 0049 - 7222 - 598 - 279
Fax. 0049 - 7222 598- 269

2006 Siemens Building Technologies

http://www.sbt.siemens.com

Subject to change!

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