Custody transfer BTU meter for recording heat quantities of water
The BTU meter RH33 is used in applications with liquid energy carriers.
It calculates the thermal energy of water acc. to EN1434, glycol/water mixtures or other fluids such as thermal oils. Temperature sensor matching using calibrated temperature sensors is done in the device.
Potential for cost savings can be shown by using the software available as an accessory.
The device has a custody transfer approval and allows bi-directional measurement, e.g. charging/discharging of a heat accumulator.
Transparent energy consumption helps you save on energy costs
Calibrated, electronically paired temperature sensors ensure the highest accuracy and enable replacement of individual temperature sensors even for certified devices in the field (without reapproval!)
Tariff counter for requirements-based billing
Detailed data logging of current and counter values and of error messages, off-limit conditions and changes to operating parameters
Standard models are suitable for connecting and supplying all common volume flow transmitters and temperature measuring points
Remote readout via Ethernet and fieldbuses
Verified and certified reliability and accuracy
Field of application
Recording and billing the quantities of heat and cold in:
Combined heating and cooling circuits
Typical application areas in industry, long-distance heat networks and building automation.
Features and specifications
Monitoring and billing of energy in heating and cooling applications as well as combined heating-and cooling circles.
Typical applications can be found in industries, district heating and building automation.
CE, UL listed, CSA GP, MID 004 (custody transfer) according EN1434 (water/other liquids) and OIML R75
Loop power supply 24V DC (+/-16%)
2x digital (Open Collector)
Auxiliary power supply
Low voltage power supply: 100 bis 230 V AC (-15% / +10%); Small voltage power supply: 24 V DC (-50% / +75%), 24 V AC (±50%)
144 x 144 x 103.1 mm
(5.67'' x 5.67'' x 4.06'')
Energy, volume, density, enthalpy & enthalpy difference,
Counters: volume, mass, energy, counter in case of failure
Optional: tariff 1, tariff 2 or seperated heating energy, cooling energy, bilance energy
3 button on site or via FieldCare; read out of historical / logged data via Field Data Manager Software (SQL database and visualization interface), selectable language
160 x 80 Dot-Matrix LCD with white backlit, colour change in case of alarm event, active display area 70 x 34 mm
electronic temperature sensor matching via CvD coefficients, logbook measured values, custody transfer logbook, event logbook, limit monitoring
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