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List of Contents
1 Intended Use................................................................................................................................... 5
2 Functions ........................................................................................................................................ 5
2.1
2.2

Display of operating and error messages.......................................................................... 5


Test function ...................................................................................................................... 5

3 Connections.................................................................................................................................... 6
3.1
3.2
3.3

Connection diagram........................................................................................................... 6
Connector pin assignment ................................................................................................. 6
Device dimensions............................................................................................................. 7

4 Assembly, Installation, Connection, Putting into Service, Maintenance and Tests &
Inspections .......................................................................................................................................... 7
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2

Connection......................................................................................................................... 8
Putting into service ............................................................................................................ 8
Maintenance and tests & inspections ................................................................................ 8
Initial test............................................................................................................................ 8
Recurring tests & inspections ............................................................................................ 8

5 Control and Menu........................................................................................................................... 9


5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.6.1
5.7
5.7.1
5.7.1.1
5.7.1.2
5.7.1.3
5.7.1.4
5.7.1.5
5.7.1.6
5.7.1.7
5.7.1.8
5.7.2
5.7.3
5.7.4
5.7.5
5.7.6
5.7.6.1
5.7.6.2
5.7.7
5.7.8
5.7.9
5.7.9.1
5.7.9.2
5.7.9.3
5.7.9.4
5.7.9.5
5.7.10

Control keys and display.................................................................................................... 9


Fault-free operation ......................................................................................................... 10
Warnings and fault messages meaning of the LED displays ....................................... 10
Acoustic signals ...............................................................................................................10
Unacknowledged messages/signals ............................................................................... 11
The menu use and settings .......................................................................................... 12
Menu structure / menu tree.............................................................................................. 12
All menu items in detail.................................................................................................... 15
Sub-menu 1. Basic settings ............................................................................................. 15
Menu item: 1.1 LCD contrast ........................................................................................... 15
Menu item: 1.2 Parameter release .................................................................................. 15
Menu item: 1.3 Password input ....................................................................................... 15
Menu item: 1.4 Date/Time ............................................................................................... 16
Menu item: 1.5 Clearing of message memory.................................................................16
Menu item: 1.6 Number of unacknowledged messages ................................................. 16
Menu item: 1.7 Alarm repetition....................................................................................... 16
Menu item: 1.8 Acknowledgement .................................................................................. 16
Sub-menu: 2. Message memory...................................................................................... 17
Sub-menu: 3. Change-over ............................................................................................. 17
Sub-menu: 4. IT network monitoring ............................................................................... 17
Sub-menu: 5. Iso test.......................................................................................................17
Sub-menu: 6. Communication ......................................................................................... 17
Menu item: 6.1 CAN ........................................................................................................ 17
Menu item: 6.2 Bus address ............................................................................................17
Sub-menu: 7. Language .................................................................................................. 18
Sub-menu: 8. Diagnosis .................................................................................................. 18
Sub-menu: 9. Standard projects ...................................................................................... 18
Menu item: 9.1 Number of SPR....................................................................................... 18
Menu item: 9.1.1 Addresses SPR.................................................................................... 18
Menu item: 9.2 Number of ILT ......................................................................................... 19
Menu item: 9.2.1 Addresses ILT...................................................................................... 19
Menu item: 9.3 As IT20 with board .................................................................................. 19
Sub-menu: Info ................................................................................................................ 20

6 Warranty and Liability.................................................................................................................. 20


7 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................... 20
8 Scope of Supply ........................................................................................................................... 20

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9 Declaration of Conformity / Manufacturer's Certificate ........................................................... 20


10 Technical Data.............................................................................................................................. 21

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Intended Use

The device is used to display operating and error measures of monitored power supply systems of
medically used areas according to IEC 60364-7-710 / DIN VDE 0100-710 (VDE 0100 Part
710):2002-11 (e.g. device type SPR/ILT/UEI-710) and other devices from the HospEC system. Further, the device also enables triggering of test functions of connected IT network monitoring devices
(e.g. device type ILT/UEI-710).
Communication takes place via the CAN bus. Via an additional printed circuit board, digital signals
can also be directly registered and analysed by external systems or devices from the HospEC system.

Functions

2.1

Display of operating and error messages

The signals are emitted by an acoustic transducer, visually with LEDs and as a full graphic display.
The operating states are registered by the CAN bus, or via an additional printed circuit board.
The device can be adjusted to the respective project with any texts for plain text display via the menu
with preset default texts or via a PC parameter setting program. A large backlit full graphic display is
used for clear display of the information.
The expected operating states are assigned to 3 signalling levels: "Operation", "Warning" and
"Fault". Up to 200 different operating states can be displayed. The messages are output as 4-line
text. This message text can be made up from a list of up to 200 self-edited single line texts.
If several BMTI4 devices are used, the devices can monitor each other, failure of the device is then
signalled by the other BMTI4 devices.

2.2

Test function

The test function of connected IT network monitoring devices (device type ILT/UEI-710) can be
triggered at the BMTI4. Communication with devices from the HospEC system takes place via the
CAN bus. External devices can be placed in test mode via the relay output of the additional printed
circuit board.

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Connections

3.1

Connection diagram

Figure 1: Connection diagram


3.2

Connector pin assignment

CAN bus interface CAN (2.0)


1 - 24 V DC GND
2 - CAN-Low
3 - Shield,
4 - CAN-High,
5 - + 24 V DC,
6 - Shield
X2 voltage and centralised fault indication
5 - floating signalling contact (12)
(centralised fault)
4 - floating signalling contact (11)
(centralised fault)
3 - floating signalling contact (14)
(centralised fault)
2 - + 24 V DC supply
1 - - 24 V DC supply

Optional enhancement of the device with


piggyback board
X3 connection terminals
1Relay output
2Relay output
Inputs (assignment = "company standard"):
3 - Reference potential for signals messages
(GND)
4 - Input 1 (failure line 1)
5 - Input 2 (excess current)
6 - Input 3 (excess temperature)
7 - Input 4 (failure line 2)
8 - Voltage supply 24V DC+ or 24V AC
9 - Input 5 (Iso error)
10 - Voltage supply 24V DC+ or 24V AC
11 - Input 6 Test LED/acknowledgement horn
12 - Output 2 as open collector (centralised fault
indication), reference to 3-GND

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3.3

Device dimensions

Figure 2: Device dimensions

Assembly, Installation, Connection, Putting into Service, Maintenance and Tests &
Inspections

The device is installed in flush-mounting housings. The assembly, installation, connection and putting into service may be carried out by qualified electricians only in compliance with the existing
safety regulations and standards.

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4.1

Connection

The device must be connected according to the connection diagram and paying attention to the
characteristic values of the individual connections. Note and take into account the device's technical
data.

4.2

Putting into service

After applying the supply voltage (from the CAN bus or separate power pack) the device is ready for
service. The power pack, which provides the supply voltage, must be connected to a safe, secure
mains system.
The device is usually delivered with preset parameters. The menu can be used to configure standard
projects, see Sub-menu 9. The PC parameter setting software can be used to make project-specific
adjustments, to integrate other device types and to generate free message texts. The PC parameter
setting software can be purchased if necessary from ESA-Grimma GmbH.
Changes to the settings have relevant effects on safety!
Changes may only be made by an authorised qualified electrician. You should only make
changes if you are clear about the consequences! If in doubt, please consult ESAGrimma GmbH.

4.3

Maintenance and tests & inspections

The device automatically monitors all connected external or internal sensors and connections for
function or correct operation and therefore does not require regular maintenance.

4.3.1

Initial test

The initial test is performed in accordance with DIN VDE 0100-710 (VDE 0100 Part 710):2002-11 as
a supplement to DIN VDE 0100-610. The initial test must be documented and filed with the system
documentation.
The "Iso Test" is to be triggered for all planned isolation monitoring devices. Further, it is also necessary to check whether all the required and planned signals/messages arrive at the device.

4.3.2

Recurring tests & inspections


According to the requirements of DIN VDE 0100-710 (VDE 0100 Part 710):2002-11, the
function of the system must be checked regularly and the test results must be documented.

The test takes place according to the "Initial test" section.


Scope of test/inspection

Interval

Functional test of the IT system monitoring (isolation monitoring) by pressing the "Test" key on the BMTI4

daily

Test the coupling with central management system GLT/ZLT (if it exists)

annually

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Control and Menu

5.1

Control keys and display

5 keys are available for control of the device.

DOWN key
menu functions only, page down through the
menu items, reduce numerical values in the
menu window
UP key
menu functions only, page up through the menu
items, increase numerical values in the menu
window
Test key
trigger test functions

Enter key
call the menu, menu functions, move position for
settings

Lamp test + acknowledgement

Test of the LEDs and horn, acknowledgement of


warning and fault signals/messages, ESC
function in the menu (quit menu items without
changes and quit the menu)

LED-Displays
Green, continuously lit
Green, flashing

In use
Warning or fault messages were queued,
however cancelled without prior
acknowledgement

Yellow, flashing
Yellow, continuously lit

Warning message has arrived


Warning message has been acknowledged

Red, flashing
Red, continuously lit

Fault message has arrived


Fault message has been acknowledged

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Test function

Response to this key depends on the project


planning. The corresponding functions can only
be triggered if ISO tests are planned. If the key
is pressed, the Enter symbol starts to flash.
Then the actual test time begins. Depending on
the project planning, as long as the key is
pressed, test telegrams are sent or the relay
output is closed on the additional printed circuit
board. If several outputs of this type are planned
they are all activated in parallel.

Symbols in the display

Enter symbol flashing; Call menu running

Large "U"; unacknowledged message has occurred

Arrows up and down; use of the UP and


DOWN keys is possible

Filled triangle facing left; information sign indicating parameter to be adjusted

ESC

5.2

Closed or open lock means that specific menu


functions are locked or released.

ESC; Cancel or Reset with lamp


test/acknowledgement.

Fault-free operation

If no error messages are queued, the green LED lights up and "Ready for Service" appears in the
display.
5.3

Warnings and fault messages meaning of the LED displays

A warning message deletes the green LED and the yellow LED flash. A horn tone sounds at the
same time. The tone level and interval length can be defined using the PC parameter setting software. If the message is acknowledged, the horn sound is muted and the yellow LED switches to continuously lit.
A fault message is the highest signalling / message level. It deletes the yellow LED, the red LED
starts to flash and the horn sounds. The parameters for the type of horn sound can be set as for the
warning message. The acknowledgement deletes the horn signal and the red LED lights up continuously. Apart from the LED display and horn sound, the corresponding text messages are also output
on the display.
5.4

Acoustic signals

All acoustic messages can be acknowledged using the lamp test/acknowledge key, i.e. the horn is
switched off. This key can also be used to test the function of the LEDs and the horn in fault-free operation. As long as this key is pressed, all LEDs light up and the horn sounds.

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5.5

Unacknowledged messages/signals

It is possible to use the menu to switch to display unacknowledged messages / signals. If a warning
or fault message occurs and is cancelled again without being acknowledged, the "U" symbol in the
bottom right-hand side of the display flashes. If only operating messages are then queued, the green
LED also flashes. The unacknowledged messages can then be called in the "Message Memory"
menu item. This display can be reset by pressing the lamp test key or by reading the message
memory.

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5.6

The menu use and settings

Pressing the Enter key for a sustained period opens the menu. The Enter symbol in the display
flashes. Press the lamp test key to return to the normal display.
5.6.1

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Menu structure / menu tree

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5.7

All menu items in detail

After calling the menu, a selection of functions is available to choose from:


1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Basic settings
Message memory
Switchovers
IT network monitoring
Iso-test
Communication
Language
Diagnosis
Standard projects
Info

The Basic Settings menu item calls a further selection menu with the following functions:
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8

LCD contrast
Parameter release
Password entry
Date/Time
Signal-specific deletion
Number of unacknowledged signals/messages
Alarm repeat
Acknowledgement

5.7.1
5.7.1.1

Sub-menu 1. Basic settings


Menu item: 1.1 LCD contrast

Adjustment of the LCD contrast to the light conditions. The adjustment function is activated using the
Enter key. The UP and DOWN keys are used to adjust the contrast in steps of 10. Press the Enter
key again to deactivate the function.

5.7.1.2

Menu item: 1.2 Parameter release

Important menu functions such as password entry, date/time, delete message memory, ISO test and
standard projects are password protected. To release them, a four-digit number combination must be
set (factory setting 1000). The number is set using the UP and DOWN keys. Use the Enter key to
jump to the next digit. After pressing "Enter", after the fourth digit, the functions are released or, if the
wrong combination is entered, the cursor jumps back to the first digit with "wrong password" message. The release can also be identified by the open lock symbol on the right. It is also possible to
jump back to the first digit by pressing ESC. The release is withdrawn again after 10 minutes. To disable the release beforehand, select the menu item in the Basic Settings and press the Enter key
once.

5.7.1.3

Menu item: 1.3 Password input

Changing the release password. To do this, the release must have been given; otherwise the system
switches to the "Parameter Release" function. A new password is created as described in Menu item
1.2. The new number combination must be entered twice.
Note the new password in a safe place! If the password is lost, parameter setting mode can
only be released by an authorised service technician of ESA-Grimma GmbH.

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5.7.1.4

Menu item: 1.4 Date/Time

Setting the date and time. The UP and DOWN keys are used to set the value to which the triangle
points. If the key is kept pressed, the value automatically changes according to the length for which
the key is pressed. Press the Enter key to jump to the next value. After pressing "Enter" after the last
value, "Value Set" appears in the display. Use the lamp test key to quit this function. A time telegram
is sent to the CAN bus. All display devices, panels or BMTI4 devices connected to this bus now also
change their time at the same time.

5.7.1.5

Menu item: 1.5 Clearing of message memory

The Enter key is used to delete the message memory. The "Memory Cleared" message appears.
Use the lamp test key to exit this function.

5.7.1.6

Menu item: 1.6 Number of unacknowledged messages

This item switches the display of unacknowledged messages ON or OFF. These are messages
which have been cancelled without prior acknowledgement.
This menu item is activated using the Enter key. Use the UP and DOWN keys to switch between On
and Off.
On:

If messages existed which were cancelled without prior acknowledgement, the "U" symbol
appears in the display. If no more other warning or fault messages are queued, the green
LED flashes.

Off:

If messages existed which were cancelled without prior acknowledgement, this is not
signalled. However, these messages can still be viewed in the message memory.

Press the Enter key again to deactivate this menu item.

5.7.1.7

Menu item: 1.7 Alarm repetition

This is used to set the time, after which a queued acoustic alarm is activated again. The setting is
also activated with "Enter". The UP and DOWN keys can be used to set values between 1 and 99
min. If "0" is set, alarm repeat is deactivated. Press the Enter key again to deactivate this menu item
again.

5.7.1.8

Menu item: 1.8 Acknowledgement

Messages can also be displayed at several BMTI4 devices at the same time. These devices are
grouped together. A message can then be acknowledged at each device including for all other devices in this group.
A device can be assigned to 2 groups, identified by a group number for each.
The first group is named as an "own group". The BMTI4 uses this number to signal its acknowledgement to the CAN bus. The number of the sub-group of the BMTI4s, which monitor the same
network, is usually set here. The "main group" is the number with which all BMTI4 devices can be
acknowledged at the CAN bus. If a "0" is entered in the groups, the (joint) acknowledgement is
switched off.

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5.7.2

Sub-menu: 2. Message memory

This function can also be viewed without release. This diagnosis function enables the last 200 messages to be called with date/time (first line). The number of the called messages and the total number of messages to arrive is displayed in the second line. The third line outputs the project planning
number of the message and whether the event came (comes) or left (goes) at this point or was acknowledged (ack) or whether the ISO test function (Test) was triggered. The Enter key can be used
to call the planned text for this event. A star appears in the top right-hand side of this menu to differentiate between it and the normal basic menu. Display mode is quit using the acknowledgement key.

5.7.3

Sub-menu: 3. Change-over

This function can be called without release. If no switchover is entered in the current project, the "No
SPR planned" text only is displayed. If switchovers have been created in the project, the thirst line
contains the number of the switchover selected using the arrow keys and which line is active. If a
switchover is not at the bus, i.e. has no connection, the "No Telegrams!" text is displayed. If everything is ok, the first and second lines contain the voltage values for each phase of the first and second line. All switchovers in the network are displayed (device type SPR/UEI-710, hereinafter referred
to as SPR only).

5.7.4

Sub-menu: 4. IT network monitoring

This function can also be viewed without release. If no IT network monitoring is entered in the project, the "No ILT planned!" text is output. Otherwise, the number and quantity of planned monitoring
operations are also displayed in the first line. The current and transformer capacity utilisation are output in the second line and the measured isolation value is output in the third line. All monitoring in the
network is displayed (device type ILT/UEI-710, hereinafter referred to as ILT only).

5.7.5

Sub-menu: 5. Iso test

The test of the isolation monitoring depends on whether an isolation monitoring device (ILT) was
planned at the field bus. If IT net monitoring is planned, this menu item is used to select an individual
device for the test. This is triggered by pressing the Enter key, as given in lines 2 and 3. As long as
the Enter key is kept pressed, the third line contains the "Test Running!" message. If the key is released, "Test Finished!" appears. If the selected monitoring is not at the CAN bus, the "No Telegrams!" message is output in the second line. This function can only be used following its release!

5.7.6
5.7.6.1

Sub-menu: 6. Communication
Menu item: 6.1 CAN

Transmitting to the CAN bus is switched off for this device here.
Press Enter to activate this function and use the arrow keys to switch it on and off.

5.7.6.2

Menu item: 6.2 Bus address

Setting the bus address of the device. The arrow and Enter keys are used to set the valid CAN bus
address of the device. The arrow keys are used to change these values between 1 and 64. The Enter key is used to confirm and enter the number (0x430+bus address).

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5.7.7

Sub-menu: 7. Language

The menu language is set here, at present, German and English only are available. The arrow keys
are used to switch between the languages and confirmed with the Enter key. This function can be
used without release. If standard projects have been entered, the message texts are also switched
over.
Important: In the case of free texts, which were set using a PC parameter setting program, the language is not switched over!

5.7.8

Sub-menu: 8. Diagnosis

This menu is for the service technicians. It is used to display bit-encrypted status messages of
switchovers and IT network monitoring as hexadecimal numbers. If the device is not at the bus, this
is indicated by the "No Telegrams!" message.

5.7.9

Sub-menu: 9. Standard projects

This menu can be used to create the messages of up to 10 switchover devices each (device type
SPR/UEI-710, hereafter called SPR only) and 10 IT network monitoring devices (device type
ILT/UEI-710, hereafter called ILT only) at the CAN bus with standardised texts and to load them into
the project memory.

If standard projects are entered, previously made project specific parameter settings to
adjust the projects (e.g. with free texts) are irretrievably deleted!

Important! If the set language is English before accepting the standard configurations, these messages are entered in English.

5.7.9.1

Menu item: 9.1 Number of SPR

The Enter key is used to activate the adjustment of the switchover device to be monitored (with SPR)
at the CAN bus. The UP and DOWN keys are used to set the required number and accepted with the
Enter key. The text changes and a new menu appears: 9.1.1.

5.7.9.2

Menu item: 9.1.1 Addresses SPR

The addresses are assigned to the individual SPRs here. The SPR can be selected first using the
UP and DOWN keys. Press Enter to activate the address setting. The UP and DOWN keys can now
be used again to set the address of this SPR.
The bus addresses of the monitored SPRs can be determined in the devices under the "Info" menu
item.
Press "Enter" again to deactivate setting of the addresses again and to select the next SPR. This
menu can only be quit using the ESC key. A prompt now appears asking whether the settings are to
be entered as a standard project. If yes, confirm with the Enter key, if other settings have to be
made, e.g. additional ILTs, or no entries are to be made, press ESC to return to sub-menu 9.

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The following messages are displayed for the SPR:


"Switchover x" (x is the set address of the SPR)
"Line 1 failure"
"Line 2 failure"
"Line 1 and 2 failure"
"SPR bus fault"
"SPR fault"

5.7.9.3

Menu item: 9.2 Number of ILT

The Enter key is used to activate adjustment of the IT network monitoring to be displayed (device
type ILT) at the CAN bus. The UP and DOWN keys are used to set the required number and accepted with the Enter key. The text changes and a new menu item appears: 9.2.1.

5.7.9.4

Menu item: 9.2.1 Addresses ILT

The individual ILT are assigned addresses here. The ILT can be selected first using the UP and
DOWN keys. Press Enter to activate the address setting. The UP and DOWN keys can now be used
again to set the address of this ILT.
Press Enter again to deactivate setting of the addresses again and to select the next ILT. This menu
can only be quit using the ESC key. A prompt now appears asking whether the settings are to be
entered as a standard project. If yes, confirm with the Enter key, if other settings have to be made,
e.g. additional SPRs, or no entries are to be made, press ESC to jump to sub-menu 9.
The following messages are displayed for the ILT:
"ILT network monitoring x" (x is the set address of the ILT)
"Overload"
"Excess temperature"
"Isolation error"
"ILT bus fault"
"ILT fault"

5.7.9.5

Menu item: 9.3 As IT20 with board

This standard project has been prepared for older hardware (without CAN bus link). Communication
then takes place via the piggyback printed circuit board. The connector pin assignment corresponds
to the "Operating Standard" as described in Chap. 3.2.
The following messages are displayed:
"IT network monitoring"
"Overload"
"Excess temperature"
"Isolation error"
"Line 1 failure"
"Line 2 failure"
"Line 1 and 2 failure"
If this menu item is activated, menu items 9.1 and 9.2 are automatically deactivated.

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5.7.10 Sub-menu: Info


Information on the manufacturer, software version and their last creation date is given in this function.

Warranty and Liability

The current version of the General Terms and Conditions of Business of ESA Elektroschaltanlagen
Grimma GmbH apply.

Troubleshooting

Any faults that occur can be relevant for safety. They must be corrected immediately, if necessary
using approved spare parts or devices of the manufacturer.

Scope of Supply

The delivery must be immediately checked for possible damage and completeness. Please notify the
manufacturer immediately of any transport damage or missing contents. The device may only be
temporarily stored in enclosed rooms with compliance with the storage temperature. Further, the device must be stored protected against direct dust, moisture and water penetration

Declaration of Conformity / Manufacturer's Certificate

Product name:
Type:

Operating and Annunciator Terminal for IT Networks


BMTI4

ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH herewith confirms that the product listed above fulfils the
requirements in accordance with DIN VDE 0100-710 (VDE 0100 Part 710):2002-11 and is calibrated
for ambient conditions from - 5C to + 45C.
The device has been produced to the generally accepted industrial standard.
The specified tests are constantly monitored by ESA Elektroschaltanlagen Grimma GmbH's quality
management for compliance with the general technical regulations and supply specifications.

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Technical Data

General operating data


Supply voltage Us .....................................................................................................................DC 24 V (PELV)
Working range......................................................................................................................................Us 20%
Intrinsic power consumption........................................................................................................... approx. 5 VA
Control and display elements
Full graphic display (LCD)...............................................................................................120 x 32 pixels, backlit
LED displays ...................................................................................................... "Operation", "Warning", "Fault"
Controls.................................................................................................................................................... 5 keys
Membrane interface .................................................................... resistant to cleaning agents and disinfectants
Parameter setting
at the device using the menu or using the PC parameter setting program via CAN bus / integrated RS232 port
Output relay of the device
Contact elements ..............................................................................................................1 changeover contact
Rated contact voltage ......................................................................................................... AC 250 V / DC 30 V
Limiting making capacity ................................................................................................................. AC / DC 5 A
Working method .........................................................................................................................Working current
Output relay of the piggyback printed circuit board
Contact elements ........................................................................................................................1 make contact
Rated contact voltage ........................................................................................................................... DC 30 V
Limiting making capacity .................................................................................................................... DC 0.65 A
Working method .........................................................................................................................Working current
Communication interfaces / -protocol............................................................ CAN / CAN (2.0) to ISO 11898
Bus address .............................................................................................................................................1....64
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) test
Immunity to EN 61000-6-2: March 2000 Generic standards - Immunity for industrial environments
Unwanted emissions to EN 50081-1
Installation conditions
Ambient temperature (during operation) to EN 61557-8:1997 ......................................................-5C to +45C
Ambient temperature (during storage) to EN 61557-8:1997 .......................................................-25C to +70C
Climate class to IEC 721.......................................................................................... 3K5, without dew and icing
Installed position ..................................................................................................................................... vertical
Device dimensions ............................................................................................ see Device Dimensions section
Type of connection.....................................................................................................................Terminal blocks
Connection cross-section/single core/multi-core ................................ 0.24 mm/0.22.5 mm (AWG 24-12)
Degree of protection to EN 60529 for installations / terminals ......................................................... IP30 / IP20
Flammability class ................................................................................................................................UL94V-0
Weight ........................................................................................................................................ approx. 150 g
Order information
BMTI-h/V.4-CAN Operating and annunciator terminal, vertical, UP ........................................Art. No.: 0080022
BMTI-h/V.4-DE Operating and annunciator terminal with digital inputs, vertical, UP ..............Art. No.: 0080024
BMTI-h/V.4-CAN Operating and annunciator terminal, vertical, AP ................................................... on request
BMTI-h/V.4-DE Operating and annunciator terminal with digital inputs, vertical, AP ......................... on request

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OM BMTI4 Valid as of: 10-2009

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ESA Elektroschaltanlagen
Grimma GmbH
Broner Ring 30
D-04668 Grimma

BMTI4
Operating and Annunciator Terminal
for IT Networks
Operating Manual

Tel.: +49 (0) 3437 9211-0


Fax: +49 (0) 3437 9211-26

Issued by
ESA Elektroschaltanlagen
Grimma GmbH.

E-Mail: info@esa-grimma.com
Internet: www.esa-grimma.com

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Technical status: 10-2009