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Analytical Computer System GC 9300

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Serving the Gas Industry Worldwide

STATUS MARCH 2013

by Honeywell


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Note: Unfortunately, paperwork does not automatically update itself but technical developments are constantly being made. Therefore, we reserve the right to change the descriptions and statements contained in our operating instructions without prior notice. However, you can conveniently download the most recent version of this manual (and those of other devices) from our website www.rmg.com.

RMG Messtechnik GmbH Otto-Hahn-Straße 5 35510 Butzbach (Germany) Fax: 06033 / 897-130 E-mail: Messtechnik@Honeywell.com

Phone numbers: Switchboard: Customer Service: Spare Parts:

06033 / 897-0 06033 / 897-127 06033 / 897-173

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CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION ................................................................................... 1 DESIGN AND FUNCTIONS .................................................................. 2 Front panel ............................................................................................................ 2 Functions ............................................................................................................... 3 Analysis ......................................................................................................................... 3 Operation ...................................................................................................................... 4 Data storage .................................................................................................................. 5

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................... 7 INSTALLATION .................................................................................... 8 Mounting ............................................................................................................... 8 Electrical connections .......................................................................................... 8

STARTUP............................................................................................ 13 Establishing the connection with the PC ...........................................................13 Switching on the device......................................................................................13

OPERATION ....................................................................................... 14 Touchscreen operation .......................................................................................14 Start screen................................................................................................................. 14 Data: Results of the last analysis ................................................................................. 15 Graphic: Chromatogram of the last analysis ................................................................ 16 Status: Status indicators, e.g. column temperature..................................................... 17 Service: Service functions ........................................................................................... 17 User: User-specific display .......................................................................................... 18 Details: List of all measured values and parameters of the GC 9300 .......................... 19 Archive: Display of the archive entries......................................................................... 20 Log: Display of the logs ............................................................................................... 21 Fault: Display of fault messages with date and time .................................................... 22

Operating Examples ............................................................................................23 Entering a user code.................................................................................................... 23 Changing the operating mode ..................................................................................... 23 Programming the current output ................................................................................. 24 Reading out values for the Maintenance Book entry.................................................... 24

Viewing and Reading Out Archives with an Internet Browser ............................25 Fault Messages ...................................................................................................26 Alarms ......................................................................................................................... 26 Warnings ..................................................................................................................... 27 Hints............................................................................................................................ 29 ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... Manual GC 9300 路 EN06 路 2013-03


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TECHNICAL DATA.............................................................................. 30 ANNEX ............................................................................................... 32 List of Parameters ...............................................................................................32 01 GC9300 Mode ........................................................................................................ 32 02 Current Values ....................................................................................................... 35 03 Stream-1 Values ..................................................................................................... 40 04 Stream-2 Values ..................................................................................................... 46 05 Stream-3 Values ..................................................................................................... 52 06 Stream-4 Values ..................................................................................................... 58 07 Ref.-Gas Values ...................................................................................................... 64 08 Cal.-Gas Values ...................................................................................................... 69 09 Calibration results .................................................................................................. 75 10 Specialties.............................................................................................................. 80 11 Component Parameter ........................................................................................... 92 12 Calibration Parameters......................................................................................... 107 13 Calculation Parameters ........................................................................................ 109 14 Gas Analyzer Unit ................................................................................................. 119 15 In- and Outputs .................................................................................................... 125 16 Serial Ports ........................................................................................................... 154 17 Network ............................................................................................................... 158 18 DSfG..................................................................................................................... 163 19 External I/O System............................................................................................. 187 20 Faults and Status ................................................................................................. 191 21 Date, Time ............................................................................................................ 193 22 Archives, Storage ................................................................................................. 195 23 Hourly Values ....................................................................................................... 199 24 Daily Values.......................................................................................................... 212 25 Monthly Values..................................................................................................... 224 26 User ..................................................................................................................... 237 27 Service ................................................................................................................. 241 29 Nameplate............................................................................................................ 243

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INTRODUCTION

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Introduction The analytical computer GC 9300 is a component of the process gas chromatograph PGC 9300, which analyzes natural gas and biogas and supplies the measured values required to determine the energy content and to calculate the K coefficient. As a control unit it determines the analysis sequence and outputs the measurement results. All operating parameters are saved on the device and it is also used for operation. In addition to analysis control, the GC 9300 offers the following functions: − Calculation of superior and inferior calorific value, standard density, Wobbe index and percentage content of individual gas components according to ISO 6976 and optional calculation of the methane number. − Saving of analysis results in archives and tariff function − Comprehensive communication functions − Setting of operating modes for auditing purposes and for analysis of gas samples.

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The core of the GC 9300 is an "embedded PC", in other words PC technology with a standard processor and standard memory card. The operating system is Windows CE 6.0, which is used in devices such as palmtops and satellite navigation devices. The computer is operated using the touchscreen, which has an easily understandable menu. A PC connected via the network interface supports the following operating modes: 1. With the GC version of the operating software RMGView, which is already used for the ultrasonic flowmeter. 2. The non-custody transfer archives can be viewed and saved using any Internet browser. Other operation options are available via DSfG bus with the aid of RMG software products such as the PGC auditing program AKA-II, for example.

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DESIGN AND FUNCTIONS

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Design and functions Front panel

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Touchscreen

Calibration switch Home button

The following display and control elements are located on the front panel: Green LED (Power)

Steady light: Voltage indicator.

Orange LED (Connect)

Steady light: Measuring element is connected and active.

Yellow LED (Warning)

Flashing light: There is currently a fault in the non-custody transfer functions (warning) Steady light: A warning has occurred in the meantime

Red LED (Alarm)

Flashing light: There is currently a fault in the custody transfer functions (alarm) Steady light: An alarm has occurred in the meantime

Calibration switch

Sealable rotary switch, the calibration lock is open at the end stop.

USB interface

For the connection of USB components (e.g. a mouse), sealed for custody transfer applications.

Home button

For accessing the main menu.

Touchscreen

Display and control panel of the analytical computer.

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DESIGN AND FUNCTIONS

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Functions Analysis The analytical computer GC 9300 is the controller for the process gas chromatograph PGC 9300 and controls the analytical procedure in the measuring element CP 4900. In normal mode, as soon as an analysis is completed the computer moves on to the next one, whereby an analysis takes approx. 3 minutes. The analytical run is interrupted by automatic calibration. Calibration includes 10 calibration gas analyses irrespective of whether it is started automatically or manually and thus takes approx. 30 minutes. The calibration interval is defined in the PTB approval and is as follows: − For the superior calorific value measuring device (custody transfer measurement of superior calorific value, standard density and CO2 content): 1 week − For the gas quality measuring device (plus custody transfer measurement of the individual components): 1 day Calibration can also be started manually at any time.

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The PGC 9300 can be used as a single stream version for the analysis of the gas from one sampling point or a multistream version for up to four sampling points. In the case of multistream versions, the measured gas changes in the default setting with each analysis. An analysis is based on the signal curve of the sensor, called a chromatogram, for each column unit. Each peak in this chromatogram indicates a gas component. In the analysis, the areas under the peaks are determined and the individual gas components are then calculated in mol% using polynomials. The polynomial coefficients are determined during basic calibration. During automatic and manual calibration, a correction factor (response factor) is calculated for each component. Basic calibration is performed during startup and after certain repair and service activities. The calculated response factors do not change during operation and are used for comparison with the current response factors used for analysis. This makes it possible to detect a drift in the measuring element, which can be caused by accumulation of moisture or heavy hydrocarbons. If the deviation exceeds 10%, an alarm message is displayed and the column modules must be baked out. Basic calibration cannot be performed during operation. In addition to the custody transfer variables of superior calorific value and standard density mentioned earlier, the analytical computer calculates the inferior calorific value, relative density and Wobbe index and, optionally, the methane number from the individual components as non-custody transfer variables. The calculations (with the exception of the methane number) are performed as per ISO 6976.

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Operation

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Operation takes place on the analytical computer and supports the following actions: − Reading out of analysis results − Starting of manual calibration − Switching of analysis from measuring gas to test gas (reference gas) − Displaying and changing operating parameters − Inspection of archives and logs − Display of chromatograms − Display of fault messages − Display of the status of the device With the exception of the display functions, input of the user code or opening of the calibration switch is required for almost all other actions. Operating modes The PGC 9300 features the following operating modes, which are available on the "Details" screen under "GC 9300 Mode": AUTORUN Normal analysis operation with automatic calibration STOP Analysis operation is stopped BASIC-CAL Basic calibration (protected against accidental activation) NORM-CAL Calibration started manually (equivalent to automatic calibration) REF-GAS Test gas analysis (reference gas)

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Data storage There are two archives available for storing the analysis results: 1. The non-custody transfer measured data archive 2. The custody transfer archive as per the DSfG standard The archives have the following structure and memory depth: Measured value archive

      

Event log Parameter log Individual analyses archive Mean hourly values archive Mean daily values archive Mean monthly values archive Calibration results archive

5 1000 1000 351360 17568 186 120 14640

Date, time Event (text) Parameter – old value Parameter – new value Number of analyses per entry Number of valid analyses Stream, gas type Superior calorific value Wobbe index Standard density Relative density Inferior calorific value Real gas factor Methane number Unnormalized sum Molar content of individual components (20) User values (20) Peak areas (20) Retention times (20) Retention times for basic calibration Response factors (20) Response factors for basic calibration (20) Peak start time (20) Peak end time (20) Total area

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Archive as per the DSfG standard The DSfG archive is divided into the archive groups 1 through 23: AG

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Designation

Content

Entries

1 3 5 7 9 11

Mean hourly values 1 Measured values 1 Mean hourly values 2 Mean daily values Mean monthly values Calibration gas 1

13 15 17 19

Reference gas 2 Long-term archive Mean analog values Mean hourly values 4

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Reference gas 4 Log

Hs, rho, rd, N2, CO2, H2, status bit string Hs, rho, components, status bit string Hs, rho, components, status bit string Hs, rho, components, status bit string Hs, rho, components, status bit string Calibration results: ΔHs, Δrho, new response factors, calibration OK Hs, rho, components, status bit string Hs, rho, CO2, status bit string Analog values 1 through 16, status bit string Hi, Wo, Wl, MN, Zn, unnormalized sum, components Hs, rho, components, status bit string Event, Hs, rho, components

2280 960 2280 95 24 200 700 70848 2280 2280 700 2280

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

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Safety Instructions The analytical computer GC 9300 is used for controlling the analysis of the PGC measuring element CP 4900 and for the calculation of gas quality variables such as superior calorific value, standard volume or Wobbe index of the measured gases. The computer is also used for operation of the PGC 9300 and for the archiving of measured and calculated values. The GC 9300 complies with currently applicable standards and regulations. However, failure to operate it properly may cause hazards. Operating errors can destroy the measuring element of the PGC in particular.

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The analytical computer is intended for installation in a control cabinet in the electronics compartment. Please observe the following signs: Danger of explosion In the manual, this symbol warns you of an explosion hazard. Please observe the instructions given next to this symbol. As to the danger of explosion, please note the following in particular:  The GC 9300 may not be used in areas subject to explosion hazards. It may only be installed in safe areas.  When connecting the measuring element, an external oxygen sensor or additional equipment in areas subject to explosion hazards, make sure that the appropriate explosion protection is provided for these components. If they are intrinsically safe devices, they must be electrically isolated when connected. Damage to property In the manual, this symbol warns you of possible damage to property. The instructions given next to this symbol inform you about what you can do to avoid damage to the analytical computer GC 9300 or to other components of the process gas chromatograph PGC 9300. In particular:  Make sure that all gas pipes to the measuring element and the measuring element itself are flushed before switching on the power supply. If there is still air in the piping or in the measuring element, this can lead to destruction of the measuring element. Please refer also to the operating instructions for the PGC measuring element CP 4900. It is essential to observe the warning information in these operating instructions and the generally applicable safety rules. No warranty claims can be asserted if there is unauthorized interference with the device!

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INSTALLATION

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Installation Mounting The analytical computer GC 9300 is intended for mounting in a control cabinet in the Non-Ex area. It is mounted in a rack. The device dimensions are as follows: W x H x D = 213 x 128.4 x 310 mm (42 DU / 3 HU)

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Electrical connections Device rear panel: X1

X2

X3

X4

X5

X6

X7

X9

X8

X10

1

A1+

1

A5+

1

A9+

1

S1+

1

I1e

1

I4e

1

E1+

1

E6+

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E13+

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E18+

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A1-

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A5-

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A9-

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S1-

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I1e

2

I4e

2

E1-

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E6-

2

E13-

2

E18-

3

A2+

3

A6+

3

A10+

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S2+

3

I2e

3

I5e

3

E2+

3

E7+

3

E14+

3

E19+

4

A2-

4

A6-

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A10-

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S2-

4

I2e

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I5e

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E2-

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E7-

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E14-

4

E19-

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A3+

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A7+

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A11+

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S3+

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I3e

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I6e

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E3+

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E8+

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A3-

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A7-

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A11-

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S3-

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I3e

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I6e

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E3-

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E8-

E15+

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E20+

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E15-

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E20-

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A4+

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A8+

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A12+

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S4+

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t1+

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I7e

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E4+

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E9+

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A4-

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A8-

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A12-

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S4-

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t1s

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I7e

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E4-

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E9-

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E16+

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AL+

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WA+

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E11+

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E12+

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t1s

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I8e

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E5+

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E10+

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E16-

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10

AL-

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WA-

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E11-

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E12-

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t1-

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I8e

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E5-

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E10-

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E17+

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E17- 10

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F1

X11

X12

X13

X14

X15

X37

X38 X39

N PE

USB-D

PE

X16 RMG

COM6

COM5

L

COM1

24VDC F1=2A

100-230VAC F1=1,6A

COM2

COM3

COM4

COM7 X19

X18

Ethernet Nr. 2

Nr. 1

The connections are set up on the rear panel of the device. If the number of inputs/outputs is not sufficient, an add-on module (Wago) with additional digital and analog inputs and outputs can be connected via a serial RS 232 interface. The corresponding parameters can be found on the "Details" screen under "External I/O System".

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Pin assignment X1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A1+ A1A2+ A2A3+ A3A4+ A4AL+ AL-

Digital output 1 + Digital output 1 Digital output 2 + Digital output 2 Digital output 3 + Digital output 3 Digital output 4 + Digital output 4 Alarm contact + Alarm contact -

PGC: Valve stream 1 + PGC: Valve stream 1 PGC: Valve stream 2 + PGC: Valve stream 2 PGC: Valve stream 3 + PGC: Valve stream 3 PGC: Valve stream 4 + PGC: Valve stream 4 PGC: Alarm + PGC: Alarm -

X2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A5+ A5A6+ A6A7+ A7A8+ A8WA+ WA-

Digital output 5 + Digital output 5 Digital output 6 + Digital output 6 Digital output 7 + Digital output 7 Digital output 8 + Digital output 8 Warning contact + Warning contact -

Calibration gas valve Calibration gas valve Reference gas valve Reference gas valve Calibration running Calibration running Collective message for digital outputs 9 - 12 Collective message for digital outputs 9 - 12 PGC: Warning Contact closed in the event of a warning PGC: Warning

X3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

A9+ A9A10+ A10A11+ A11A12+ A12E11+ E11-

Digital output 9 + Limit value exceeded analog value 1* Digital output 9 Limit value exceeded analog value 1* Digital output 10 + Limit value exceeded analog value 2* Digital output 10 Limit value exceeded analog value 2* Digital output 11 + Limit value exceeded analog value 3* Digital output 11 Limit value exceeded analog value 3* Digital output 12 + Limit value exceeded analog value 4* Digital output 12 Limit value exceeded analog value 4* Input 11 + (Note: passive input, Umax = 30 V) Input 11 – (Note: passive input, Umax = 30 V)

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Contact closed in the event of an alarm

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X4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

X5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

X6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

S1+ S1S2+ S2S3+ S3S4+ S4E12+ E12-

Current output 1 + Current output 1 Current output 2 + Current output 2 Current output 3 + Current output 3 Current output 4 + Current output 4 Input 12 + (Note: passive input, Umax = 30 V) Input 12 – (Note: passive input, Umax = 30 V)

I1e I1e I2e I2e I3e I3e t1+ t1s t1s t1-

Polarity of current inputs depends on operating mode (active/passive). Current input 1 Carrier gas pressure – I (He) Current input 1 Carrier gas pressure – I (He) Current input 2 Measuring gas pressure Current input 2 Measuring gas pressure Current input 3 Current input 3 Temperature input 1 supply ++ Room temperature Temperature input 1 sense + Room temperature Temperature input 1 sense Room temperature Temperature input 1 supply -Room temperature

I4e I4e I5e I5e I6e I6e I7e I7e I8e I8e

Polarity of current inputs depends on operating mode (active/passive). Current input 4 Current input 4 Current input 5 Carrier gas pressure – II (argon) Current input 5 Carrier gas pressure – II (argon) Current input 6 Current input 6 Current input 7 / Temperature input 2 supply ++ Current input 7 / Temperature input 2 sense + Current input 8 / Temperature input 2 sense Current input 8 / Temperature input 2 supply --

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X7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

E1+ E1E2+ E2E3+ E3E4+ E4E5+ E5-

Digital input 1 + Digital input 1 Digital input 2 + Digital input 2 Digital input 3 + Digital input 3 Digital input 4 + Digital input 4 Digital input 5 + Digital input 5 -

Pmin helium - 1 Pmin helium - 1 Pmin helium - 2 Pmin helium - 2 Pmin calibration gas Pmin calibration gas Pmin test gas Pmin test gas Tmin calibration gas Tmin calibration gas

X8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

E6+ E6E7+ E7E8+ E8E9+ E9E10+ E10-

Digital input 6 + Digital input 6 Digital input 7 + Digital input 7 Digital input 8 + Digital input 8 Digital input 9 + Digital input 9 Digital input 10 + Digital input 10 -

Tmin test gas Tmin test gas Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 1 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 1 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 2 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 2 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 3 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 3 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 4 Pmax high-pressure reduction stream - 4

X9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

E13+ E13E14+ E14E15+ E15E16+ E16E17+ E17-

Digital input 13 + Digital input 13 Digital input 14 + Digital input 14 Digital input 15 + Digital input 15 Digital input 16 + Digital input 16 Digital input 17 + Digital input 17 -

Valve control stream – 1 Valve control stream – 1 Valve control stream – 2 Valve control stream – 2 Valve control stream – 3 Valve control stream – 3 Valve control stream – 4 Valve control stream – 4 Alarm input Alarm input

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X10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

E13+ E13E14+ E14E15+ E15-

Digital input 18 + Digital input 18 Digital input 19 + Digital input 19 Digital input 20 + Digital input 20 Not allocated Not allocated Not allocated Not allocated

Pmin argon - 1 Pmin argon – 1 Pmin argon – 2 Pmin argon – 2 Warning input Warning input

Power supply X16

230 V/AC version L 100 – 230 V Not allocated N 100 – 230 V PE Potential equalization

24 V/DC version Not allocated + + 24 V - 24 V PE Potential equalization

Network interfaces X18: Ethernet interface 1 X19: Ethernet interface 2

For connection with the measuring element CP 4900 For connection of a PC or to a local network

Serial interfaces X11: X12: X13: X14: X15: X37: X38:

COM 1 COM 2 COM 3 COM 4 COM 5 COM 6 COM 7

RS 232 / RS 485* RS 232 / RS 485* RS 232 / RS 485* RS 232 / RS 485* RS 232 RS 232 RS 232

Modbus RTU / Modbus ASCII WAGO-IO / GPS 170 DSfG / Modbus RTU / Modbus ASCII / RMG-Bus DSfG / RMG-Bus Modbus RTU / Modbus ASCII Modbus RTU / Modbus ASCII / RMG-Bus Modbus RTU / Modbus ASCII

* configurable in the device with jumpers, delivery state in bold text.

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Startup Establishing the connection with the PC A crossover network cable is required for the direct connection between the analytical computer and a PC. A standard network cable is required for connection to a hub.

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Switching on the device Caution Make sure that all gas pipes to the measuring element and the measuring element itself are flushed before switching on the power supply for the measuring element. If there is still air in the supply pipes or in the measuring element, this can lead to destruction of the column modules. Remove the air from the system as described in the manual for the measuring element CP 4900. After the power supply is switched on, the PGC 9300 performs automatic calibration provided the operating mode is not set to STOP. Initial calibration is normally successful and the analytical computer switches to analysis operation directly after calibration. Parameters can only be changed once this initial calibration has been completed. If initial calibration is unsuccessful, a second calibration is carried out immediately afterwards. If this calibration also fails, operation stops automatically.

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Operation Touchscreen operation The touchscreen allows easy operation via a graphical and largely self-explanatory user interface. The "Home" button brings you back to the start screen from anywhere in the menu.

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Operate the touchscreen directly using your fingers or use the supplied plastic stylus. Never use hard or sharp objects such as screwdrivers or pencils. These may scratch or tear the protective film of the touchscreen.

Start screen

The start screen provides an overview of the current status of the PGC. It contains the following: − 4 LED icons (fault, warning, hint, connected), which indicate the fault status of the PGC as well as the status of the connection to the measuring element. − Information as to whether the user lock or calibration switch is open. − Readiness indicator (READY for "ready", INITIALIZING for "initializing measuring element" or FLUSHING for "flushing measuring element") − Device date and time − Analysis status for gas streams S1 through S4 as well as reference gas and calibration gas. − Software version The icons have the following meanings for the analysis status: Green: Gas stream is connected and is currently being analyzed. Blue: Gas stream is not connected.

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If the gas stream icons are gray, this means that the gas stream is not available for the current device version. S1, Ref and Cal are always available.

If the gas stream icons are green, this means that the last analysis of this gas stream was faultless. Yellow: There is currently no measurement result for this gas stream. Red: The last analysis was faulty.

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The individual screens are arranged like tabs. They represent the top operating menu level and are accessed using the buttons at the top of the screen. The following screens are available: GC9300 Data Graph State Service User Details Archives Log DSfG Fault

Start screen Results of the last analysis Chromatograms and trends Status indicators, e.g. column temperature Service functions User-specific display List of all measured values and parameters of the GC 9300 Display of the archive entries Display of the logs Display of the DSfG archives Display of fault messages with date and time

Data: Results of the last analysis

The results of the last analysis are displayed on this screen. The molar content of the gas components is displayed in the window on the right and the resulting calculated values such as superior calorific value, standard density and Wobbe index are shown in the window on the left. If calculation of the methane number is activated, this is also shown here.

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In the selection field at the top left of the screen you can select the analysis result to be displayed. The following options are available:

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Next Stream-1 Stream-2 Stream-3 Stream-4 REF-Gas Cal.-Gas

Result of the last analysis, irrespective of gas stream or gas type. Measuring gas from gas stream 1 Measuring gas from gas stream 2 Measuring gas from gas stream 3 Measuring gas from gas stream 4 Last reference gas analysis Last calibration gas analysis

Graphic: Chromatogram of the last analysis

The chromatograms, i.e. the signal curves of the last analysis are displayed on the "Graphic" screen. As previously described under "Data", the gas stream or gas type is selected in the selection field at the top left of the screen. There is an additional "rejected" option for analyses that were not successfully completed and whose result is therefore not displayed under "Data". Two or three column modules can be mounted in the measuring element. For each of these modules there is a curve. The curves can be displayed individually or together. Zoom: The scale of the graphic can be changed. Using the stylus, touch the light blue graphic field and drag a rectangle by moving the stylus. The area inside the rectangle is then enlarged. To return to the original default scale, click "Undo Zoom".

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Status: Status indicators, e.g. column temperature

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For entries in the Maintenance Book, you will find variables such as pressure and temperature for columns 1 through 3 here as well as the input pressures for measuring gas and carrier gas. For some applications an additional, second carrier gas is used.

Service: Service functions

The service functions can be used to make very specific settings or start functions: Service (front panel) The following functions can be selected and started when the calibration switch is open by clicking the "Execute" button: − Calibrational commissioning: Commissioning for custody transfer application − Stop GC/start Windows explorer: Exits the GC program − Reboot device − Download ERRORLOG.TXT from analyzer

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− Import multilevel:

Imports column-specific parameters from the basic calibrations − Calc block-crcs: A checksum over the custody transfer parameters is calculated for each menu item under "Details" Caution: These functions have an enormous impact on the mode of operation and are therefore reserved for RMG service personnel.

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User The following functions can be selected and started by clicking the "Execute" button: − Touch calibrate: Calibration is performed according to the operating system instructions and is used for correct assignment of the contact points to the graphic elements. Contrast Setting:

Slide switch for adjusting the image contrast

User: User-specific display

For ease of operation, the User screen has an option that allows you to combine 20 freely selectable, frequently required measured values for faster display. The values are selected on the "Details" screen under "User/Screen". The corresponding Modbus address must then be entered for each display value. This can be found by navigating to the respective variable on the "Details" screen and clicking on it. The change is not applied until after the GC 9300 is restarted.

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Details: List of all measured values and parameters of the GC 9300

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Here you will find a list of all measured values, parameters and operating modes. The values are arranged in three levels and can also be changed from this menu. The navigation for the top two levels is displayed in the window on the left and the respective parameters and measured values are then shown in the window on the right. When you click on a parameter in the window on the right, a window for changing the parameter opens:

This window contains either fields for entering numerical values or selection fields for changing modes, depending on the parameter type. The above example shows how the operating mode can be changed in this way. The yellow field underneath contains a brief description of the parameter with additional instructions if necessary. The "-" and "+" buttons bring you to the previous or next parameter in the current level. If a numerical value or text has to be entered, a keyboard opens as soon as you click on the corresponding input field:

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Archive: Display of the archive entries

You can view all archive entries on this screen. A record with gas components and calculated variables can be displayed on this screen. The desired data can be filtered out as follows using the selection fields:

Selection field on left: All All performed analyses, i.e. also calibration and reference gas S1 Gas stream 1 S2 Gas stream 2 S3 Gas stream 3 S4 Gas stream 4 Ref Reference gas Cal Calibration gas Skip Analyses that are not used (e.g. failed)

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Selection field in middle: Each Analysis Display of the individual analyses Hour Display of the mean hourly values Day Display of the mean daily values Month Display of the mean monthly values

Selection field on the right: A calendar field opens, in which the date of the archived data can be selected.

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With the -100, -10, -1, +1, +10 and +100 buttons you can jump forward and back one, ten or hundred entries.

Log: Display of the logs

The log for the PGC is displayed on this screen. In the selection field on the right you can toggle between the following: Events: All events such as incoming or outgoing alarms with date and time, for example Parameters: All parameter changes with date and time

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Fault: Display of fault messages with date and time

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All of the most recent faults that have not yet been acknowledged are displayed. Fault messages that are no longer important (yellow) can be deleted here. Faults with a red background are alarms (A), i.e. the custody transfer measurement is faulty; faults with an orange background are warnings (W), i.e. the custody transfer measurement is not affected; hints (H) are information that is not related to faults. The tab is displayed in color if another screen is displayed: Light blue: no fault; Yellow: warning; Red: alarm.

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Operating Examples Entering a user code When changing a large number of parameters, you must first enter the user code. The default setting is 99999999. Proceed as follows:  Open the "Details" screen and scroll down in the window on the left until "User" appears.  Click on the word "User", then on "Codeword" in the window on the right.  Enter the user code using the displayed keyboard.  Confirm your input by clicking the "OK" button.  Click the "Apply" button.  Click the "Back" button to exit the parameterization window.

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Changing the operating mode To change the operating mode, you must first enter the user code. Stay on the "Details" screen and proceed as follows:  Scroll up to the top of the window on the left.  Click on "GC9300 Mode".  Click on "Operating Mode" in the window on the right.  Select the desired operating mode in the selection field.  Click the "Apply" button.  Click the "Back" button to exit the parameterization window. The following operating modes are available: AUTORUN Normal analysis operation. One analysis is performed after another, interrupted by automatic calibration. STOP Measurement and calibration operation are disabled. BASIC-CAL Basic calibration for startup and for RMG service. Basic calibration may not be carried out during normal analysis operation. NORM-CAL Manual calibration, which can be started at any time and has the same effect as automatic calibration and also takes 30 minutes. AUTORUN is activated automatically after calibration. REF-GAS Reference gas analysis, i.e. the reference input for the analysis of test gas or a gas sample is connected. The PGC remains in this mode until it is changed again. After the operating mode is changed, the analysis or calibration currently being performed is ended and switchover takes place directly afterwards.

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Programming the current output

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To change the operating mode, you must first enter the user code. Stay on the "Details" screen and proceed as follows:  On the "Details" screen, navigate to the measured value that you wish to output via the current output.  In the window on the right, click on the name of the measured value to read the Modbus address on the parameterization screen. Click "Back" to exit the parameterization screen.  In the window on the left, scroll to "Inputs and Outputs" and click on it.  Scroll down and select one of the four current outputs.  In the window on the right, click on "Operating Mode" and select the desired operating mode of the current output, e.g. 4-20 mA.  In the window on the right, click on "Select" and enter the Modbus address of the measured value to be output under "Select" on the parameterization screen.  Finally, enter the limits. "Phys. Min. Value" is the measured value for which the minimum current (0 or 4 mA) is to be output, while "Phys. Max. Value" is the measured value for the maximum current (20 mA).  The limit value violation should be set to "WARNING" provided the current output is not being used for custody transfer.

Reading out values for the Maintenance Book entry The following values must be read out for the entry in the Maintenance Book: − Carrier gas pressure − Measuring gas pressure − Column temperature − Column pressure These values can be found on the "Details" screen:  In the window on the left, select "Measuring Element/Pressure of Gas for Analysis". The measuring gas pressure is displayed on the right in the first line.  In the window on the left, select "Measuring Element/Carrier Gas-I". The carrier gas pressure is displayed on the right in the first line.  In the window on the left, select "Measuring Element/Channel-I". The pressure and temperature for column 1 are displayed in the window on the right.  In "Measuring Element/Channel-2" and "Measuring Element/Channel-3" you can find the values for other columns.

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Viewing and Reading Out Archives with an Internet Browser If there is a TCP/IP connection between a PC and the analytical computer, the archives can be read out with any Internet Browser and the archive content displayed. The archive content can be saved in the file formats html and csv. The abbreviation "csv" stands for "character-separated values", a format that can be read by MS Excel. Data is read out and viewed from the following window:

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The gas streams or gas types are selected on the left, the period is selected on the right and the file format is selected at the bottom.

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Fault Messages Fault messages are categorized as follows: A Alarms Custody transfer measurement faults W Warnings Non-custody transfer function faults H Hints Messages without faults

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Alarms Fault number Internal DSfG 1 7001 2 7002 3 424 4

Type A A A A

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 20 21

407 7010 7011 7012 7013 621 622 623 624 7020 7021

A A A A A A A A A A A

50 51 52 53 54 55 80 81 82

7050 7051 7052 7053 7080 7081 7082

A A A A A A A A A

83 84 85 86 87

7083 7084 7085 7086 7087

A A A A A

88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97

7088 7089 7090 7091 7092 7093 7094 7095 7096 7097

A A A A A A A A A A

Text

Description

Config file incorrect ERR_CAN_WRITE A/D converter range

Conflict in parameter assignment/software Device bus error A/D converter collective fault message for current inputs 1 through 8 Registry data type Error reading a value from the registry. Value does not have the expected data type. Power failure Temporary power failure T1 open circuit Open circuit room temperature measurement T2 open circuit Open circuit room temperature measurement 2 Temp.-1 min / max Room temperature measurement error Temp.-2 min / max Room temperature measurement 2 error Current out.-1 limit Current output 1: Measured value outside of limits Current out.-2 limit Current output 2: Measured value outside of limits Current out.-3 limit Current output 3: Measured value outside of limits Current out.-4 limit Current output 4: Measured value outside of limits ISO conditions Input variables for ISO 6976 outside of permitted limits GPA conditions Input variables for GPA 2172-96 outside of permitted limits Measuring element timeout Measuring element no longer responding Chromatogram (FTP) Error during chromatogram transfer Max. measuring time Specified maximum analysis time exceeded Incorrect meas. el. number Incorrect measuring element connected Too many peaks Too many peaks in the chromatogram Unnamed peak too early The first unknown peak occurs within the analysis time Ana: Nitrogen Analysis: Nitrogen content outside of permitted limits Ana: Methane Analysis: Methane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Carbon dioxide Analysis: Carbon dioxide content outside of permitted limits Ana: Ethane Analysis: Ethane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Propane Analysis: Propane content outside of permitted limits Ana: i-Butane Analysis: i-Butane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Butane Analysis: n-Butane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Neopentane Analysis: Neopentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: i-Pentane Analysis: i-Pentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Pentane Analysis: n-Pentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: C6+ Analysis: C6+ content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Hexane Analysis: n-Hexane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Heptane Analysis: n-Heptane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Octane Analysis: n-Octane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Nonane Analysis: n-Nonane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Oxygen Analysis: Oxygen content outside of permitted limits Ana: Helium Analysis: Helium content outside of permitted limits Ana: Hydrogen Analysis: Hydrogen content outside of permitted limits

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98 99 100

7098 7099 609

A A A

Ana: Argon Ana: Reserve Cal: Retention time

101

610

A

Cal: Response factor

102

608

A

Cal: Unnorm. sum.

103 104

7103 7104

A A

Cal: Total area Cal: Concentration

105

7105

A

Cal: Hs limit value

106 107 120

7106 7107 7120

A A A

Cal: Rho limit value Cal: CO2 limit value Ana: Retention time

121 122

7121 7122

A A

Ana: Unnorm. sum. Ana: Concentration

123

7123

A

Ana: Hs min/max

124 125 126 127 130 131

7124 7125 7126 7127 7130 7131

A A A A A A

Ana: Wo min/max Ana: MN min/max Ana: rd min/max Ana: Rho min/max Meas. gas P-min/max Carrier gas pressure-I

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7132

A

Carrier gas pressure-II

Analysis: Argon content outside of permitted limits (reserve for future functions) Calibration: At least one retention time outside of permitted limits Calibration: At least one response factor outside of permitted limits Calibration: Unnormalized sum outside of permitted limits Calibration: Total area outside of permitted limits Calibration: Collective message for limit value violation of components Calibration: Superior calorific value outside of permitted limits Calibration: Standard density outside of permitted limits Calibration: CO2 content outside of permitted limits Analysis: At least one retention time outside of permitted limits Analysis: Unnormalized sum outside of permitted limits Analysis: Collective message for limit value violation of components Analysis: Superior calorific value outside of permitted limits Analysis: Standard density outside of permitted limits Analysis: Methane number outside of permitted limits Analysis: Relative density outside of permitted limits Analysis: Standard density outside of permitted limits Measuring gas pressure outside of permitted limits Carrier gas pressure 1 (helium) outside of permitted limits Carrier gas pressure 2 (argon) outside of permitted limits

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Warnings Fault number Internal DSfG 150 7150

Type

Text

Description

W

Cal: Concentration

Calibration: Collective message for limit value violation of components Analysis: Collective message for limit value violation of components Room temperature measurement error (reserve for future functions) Current output 1: Measured value outside of limits Current output 2: Measured value outside of limits Current output 3: Measured value outside of limits Current output 4: Measured value outside of limits Warning for digital input 1, text programmable Warning for digital input 2, text programmable Warning for digital input 3, text programmable Warning for digital input 4, text programmable Warning for digital input 5, text programmable Warning for digital input 6, text programmable Warning for digital input 7, text programmable Warning for digital input 8, text programmable Warning for digital input 9, text programmable Warning for digital input 10, text programmable

151

7151

W

Ana: Concentration

152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167

7152 7153 7154 7155 7156 7157 7158 7159 7160 7161 7162 7163 7164 7165 7166 7167

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

Temp.-1 min / max Temp.-2 min / max Current out.-1 limit Current out.-2 limit Current out.-3 limit Current out.-4 limit #DiWarnText_0 #DiWarnText_1 #DiWarnText_2 #DiWarnText_3 #DiWarnText_4 #DiWarnText_5 #DiWarnText_6 #DiWarnText_7 #DiWarnText_8 #DiWarnText_9

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168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178

7168 7169

179

W W W W W W W W W W W W

180 181 182

7180 7181 7182

W W W

183 184 185 186 187

7183 7184 7185 7186 7187

W W W W W

188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202

7188 7189 7190 7191 7192 7193 7194 7195 7196 7197 7198 7199

W W W W W W W W W W W W W W W

#DiWarnText_10 #DiWarnText_11 #DiWarnText_12 #DiWarnText_13 #DiWarnText_14 #DiWarnText_15 #DiWarnText_16 #DiWarnText_17 #DiWarnText_18 #DiWarnText_19 Analog in limit value

Warning for digital input 11, text programmable Warning for digital input 12, text programmable Warning for digital input 13, text programmable Warning for digital input 14, text programmable Warning for digital input 15, text programmable Warning for digital input 16, text programmable Warning for digital input 17, text programmable Warning for digital input 18, text programmable Warning for digital input 19, text programmable Warning for digital input 20, text programmable For analog values (Specialties 10.1.x), a contact can be set or a warning can be generated. Limit value H2S sum Hydrogen sulfide value (analog input) above permitted limit Ana: Nitrogen Analysis: Nitrogen content outside of permitted limits Ana: Methane Analysis: Methane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Carbon dioxide Analysis: Carbon dioxide content outside of permitted limits Ana: Ethane Analysis: Ethane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Propane Analysis: Propane content outside of permitted limits Ana: i-Butane Analysis: i-Butane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Butane Analysis: n-Butane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Neopentane Analysis: Neopentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: i-Pentane Analysis: i-Pentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Pentane Analysis: n-Pentane content outside of permitted limits Ana: C6+ Analysis: C6+ content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Hexane Analysis: n-Hexane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Heptane Analysis: n-Heptane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Octane Analysis: n-Octane content outside of permitted limits Ana: n-Nonane Analysis: n-Nonane content outside of permitted limits Ana: Oxygen Analysis: Oxygen content outside of permitted limits Ana: Helium Analysis: Helium content outside of permitted limits Ana: Hydrogen Analysis: Hydrogen content outside of permitted limits Ana: Argon Analysis: Argon content outside of permitted limits Ana: Reserve (reserve for future functions) Measuring gas pressure Measuring gas pressure outside of permitted limits Measuring element timeout Measuring element not responding Calib. C6p start time No start condition for C6+ was found in the calibration gas.

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Hints Fault number Internal DSfG 220 221 7201 222 223 230 231 232 233

Type H H H H H H H H

Text

Description

MN input values Valves fixed Test mode Cal: Default values Calibration lock Codeword Old time New time

Input values for methane number calculation incorrect Mode with fixed valves (for service only) is set PGC runs with recorded data; no analysis Sum of components in calibration gas not 100% Calibration switch open Codeword entered Last time before the change First time after the change

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Some messages are listed as both alarms and warnings. − For the current outputs, you can specify whether they are to be used for custody transfer (alarm) or not (warning). − For the limit values there are both warning limits (can be set freely via user code) and alarm limits (can only be set via calibration switch).

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Housing 19“ slot Dimensions Ambient temperature

W x H x D = 213 x 128.4 x 310 mm (42 DU / 3 HU) -20 to 55 °C

Power Power supply Power requirement

24 V/DC -10%/+15% 25 W

Control panel Control buttons Display

Hardware Embedded PC Display

Memory SD card

1 button (HOME) LCD touchscreen 640 x 240 dots 256 colors CPU ARM1176 533 MHz 128 MB RAM 64 MB Flash 4 GB

Operating system Windows CE 6.0 Digital inputs Number Umax Imax fmax Surge protection

20 5V 13 mA 10 Hz 6.8 V

Digital outputs Number Umax Imax Pmax Surge protection

12 24 V 100 mA 100 mW 33 V

Current inputs Number Resolution Umax Ri Surge protection

8 20-bit 2.5 V 250 ohms 6.8 V

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Current outputs Number Resolution Load Surge protection Data interfaces Ethernet (2x) LAN 1 LAN 2

4 12-bit 700 ohms 33 V

RMG network, measuring element connection DHCP server, DHCP client or fixed IP address Operator network DHCP client or fixed IP address

USB (2x) Front Rear panel

For mouse, ext. hard disk or keyboard For connection of a PC

Serial (7x) COM 1 to COM 4 COM 5 COM 6 and COM 7

RS 232 / RS 485, configurable by jumpers RS 232, with handshake for modem or printer RS 232

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Annex List of Parameters The following table lists all parameters, which can be found on the "Details" tab. The first column shows exactly the same tree structure as found in the device. The letters in the second column represent the access variants of the respective parameter. They have the following meanings:

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A: P: E: C: N:

Display values which cannot be changed. Permanent display values which cannot be changed and are retained following a restart. Custody transfer parameters which can only be changed if the calibration switch is open. User parameters which can be changed via the user code. Free parameters which can be changed without calibration switch or user code.

Element

Modb.

Description

A

1000

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1001

{AUTORUN|STOP|BASIC-CAL|NORM­CAL|REFGAS} Setting for the operating mode of the PGC 9300. Changes do not take effect until the current analysis has been completed. AUTORUN: Normal analysis operation, interrupted by automatic calibration STOP: Analyses are stopped BASIC-CAL: Only on startup or after service activity (requires open calibration switch). Calculates comparison variables for "normal" calibration. NORM-CAL.: Non-standard manual calibration. Ref-Gas: Analysis of the gas connected to the reference gas input, e.g. test gas.

├ Curr. Op. Mode │ │ │ │ │

A

1002

{AUTORUN|STOP|BASIC-CAL| NORMCAL|REF-GAS|READY| WAIT} Current operating mode of the PGC. Also: READY: Device is ready WAIT: Device is currently executing computing processes, e.g. initialization.

├ First Cal. Successful │ │

A

1003

{NO|YES} Indicates whether the first calibration after startup was successful (YES/NO).

├ Failed Cal. Cycles

A

1004

Number of failed calibrations.

├ First Analysis Completed │ │ │

A

1005

{NO|YES} Indicates whether the first measuring gas analysis after startup is completed (YES/NO, irrespective of fault status).

└ First Ref. Gas Analysis

A

1006

{NO|YES} Indicates whether the first reference gas analysis after startup is completed (YES/NO, irrespective of fault status).

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Modb.

Description

A

1007

Heading

├ Multistream Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1008

{OFF|ON} Multistream operating mode OFF or ON. For Multistream ON, the parameters for stream 1 through stream 4 (Skip and Measurements) must be entered. For Multistream, the list is processed from the top down. Stream-1 Skip, Stream-1 Measurements, Stream-2 Skip, Stream-2 Measurements etc.

├ Stream-1 Skip │ │ │

E

1009

Number of sample measurements for stream 1. Skip refers to the number of measurements that do not have to be taken into account after a stream change (can also be zero).

├ Stream-1 Measurements │ │

E

1010

Number of measurements for stream 1. Measurements refers to the number of actual measurements (can also be zero).

├ Stream-2 Skip │ │ │

E

1011

Number of sample measurements for stream 2. Skip refers to the number of measurements that do not have to be taken into account after a stream change (can also be zero).

├ Stream-2 Measurements │ │

E

1012

Number of measurements for stream 2. Measurements refers to the number of actual measurements (can also be zero).

├ Stream-3 Skip │ │ │

E

1013

Number of sample measurements for stream 3. Skip refers to the number of measurements that do not have to be taken into account after a stream change (can also be zero).

├ Stream-3 Measurements │ │

E

1014

Number of measurements for stream 3. Measurements refers to the number of actual measurements (can also be zero).

├ Stream-4 Skip │ │ │

E

1015

Number of sample measurements for stream 4. Skip refers to the number of measurements that do not have to be taken into account after a stream change (can also be zero).

├ Stream-4 Measurements │ │

E

1016

Number of measurements for stream 4. Measurements refers to the number of actual measurements (can also be zero).

├ Seq. Number │ │ │

A

1017

Counts the number of measurements for the currently active stream. (Skip or Measurements) The next stream change is triggered with this number.

└ Multistream Info

A

5820

Information as to which stream is currently being measured.

A

1018

Heading

E

1019

Maximum number of reference gas analyses. The measuring gas analysis is then continued.

" Multistream

" Ref.-Gas ├ Maximum Number │

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Modb.

Description

A

1020

Number of reference gas analyses already performed.

A

1021

Heading

├ Averaging from │

E

1022

First calibration gas analysis used for calibration. The previous analyses are discarded.

├ Number of Calibration │ Runs

E

1023

Specified number of all calibration gas analyses per calibration.

├ Seq. Number │

A

1024

Number of calibration gas analyses already performed.

└ Cal. Runs Used

A

1025

Number of calibration gas analyses already performed used for calibration.

A

1026

Heading

1027

Binary display of the channel whose results are currently displayed.

└ Seq. Number " Cal.-Gas

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Unit

├ Calculated Channel │

A

hex

├ Activated Valve │ │ │

A

1028

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4|REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Currently activated gas (Stream­1/Stream­2/ Stream-3/Stream-4/REF-GAS/Cal.-Gas/OFF).

├ Current Channel │ │ │ │

A

1029

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4|REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|None} Display of the channel currently being measured (Stream-1/Stream-2/Stream-3/Stream-4/REFGAS/Cal.-Gas/None).

├ Number of Analyses │ │ │ │ │ │ │

P

3000

Number of measuring gas, reference gas and calibration gas analyses. (0 - 99999999) This counter is incremented at the end of the mathematics (evaluation of the analysis). All results for this analysis are available after the counter has been increased. The stream number of the current analysis provides further information.

├ Analyis finished │ │ │

C

1922

{NO|YES} This flag shows that an analysis is finished. This flag can be resetted by the user or by the GC9300 after a specified time (FlagResetTime).

├ Resettime analysis-flag │ │ │ │

C

1923

After the time specified here (in seconds), the analysis flag (AnalyisFinished) is resetted. If this time is set to zero, the flag will not be resetted automatically. In this case it must be resetted by the user.

├ Stream-1 Pressure │ │ │

A

1619

{OK, ERROR} Measuring gas pressure for stream 1. This value is only updated when the valve for stream 1 is connected.

├ Stream-2 Pressure │ │ │

A

1620

{OK, ERROR} Measuring gas pressure for stream 2. This value is only updated when the valve for stream 2 is connected.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Stream-3 Pressure │ │ │

A

1621

{OK, ERROR} Measuring gas pressure for stream 3. This value is only updated when the valve for stream 3 is connected.

├ Stream-4 Pressure │ │ │

A

1622

{OK, ERROR} Measuring gas pressure for stream 4. This value is only updated when the valve for stream 4 is connected.

├ Ref.Gas Pressure │ │ │

A

1623

{OK, ERROR} Reference gas pressure: This value is only updated when the valve for reference gas is connected.

└ Cal.-Gas Pressure

A

1624

{OK, ERROR} Calibration gas pressure: This value is only updated when the valve for calibration gas is connected.

A

1618

Heading

├ LastValveTime

A

3200

Timestamp: Valve was connected

├ Analysis started

A

3202

Timestamp: Analysis was started

├ Analysis finished

A

3204

Timestamp: Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: hours

A

1916

Timestamp (hour): Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: minutes

A

1917

Timestamp (minute): Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: seconds

A

1918

Timestamp (second): Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: day

A

1919

Timestamp (day): Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: month

A

1920

Timestamp (month): Analysis was ended

├ Analysis finished: year

A

1921

Timestamp (year): Analysis was ended

└ GC Thread

A

3194

Timestamp: GC Thread was called (utility for fault diagnosis)

A

1030

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │

A

1031

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4| REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid.

├ Timestamp

A

5000

Date and time of last measurement

├ Filename │ │

A

5020

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1032

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last measurement for this channel OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

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Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7000

Superior calorific value from the last analysis performed

├ Wobbe Index

A

&UnitHs

7002

Wobbe index from the last analysis performed

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7004

Standard density from the last analysis performed

├ rd │ │

A

7006

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last analysis performed

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7008

Inferior calorific value from the last analysis performed

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

7010

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last analysis performed

├ Zn │

A

7012

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last analysis performed

├ Methane Number │

A

7014

Methane number from the last analysis performed

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7016

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last analysis performed

" Current Content

A

1033

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

8000

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Methane │

A

mol%

8002

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

8004

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

8006

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Propane │

A

mol%

8008

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

8010

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

8012

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

8014

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

8016

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

8018

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

8020

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

8022

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


02 Current Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

8024

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

8026

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

8028

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

8030

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Helium │

A

mol%

8032

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

8034

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

├ Argon │

A

mol%

8036

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

└ Reserve

A

mol%

8038

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last analysis performed

" Current Areas

A

1034

Heading

├ Nitrogen

A

8050

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram

├ Methane

A

8052

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

8054

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram

├ Ethane

A

8056

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram

├ Propane

A

8058

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram

├ i-Butane

A

8060

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram

├ n-Butane

A

8062

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram

├ Neopentane

A

8064

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram

├ i-Pentane

A

8066

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram

├ n-Pentane

A

8068

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram

├ C6+

A

8070

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram

├ n-Hexane

A

8072

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram

├ n-Heptane

A

8074

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram

├ n-Octane

A

8076

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram

├ n-Nonane

A

8078

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram

├ Oxygen

A

8080

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram

├ Helium

A

8082

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram

├ Hydrogen

A

8084

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram

├ Argon

A

8086

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram

└ Reserve

A

8088

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram

" Current Times

A

1035

Heading

├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

8100

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

8150

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen

37

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02 Current Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

38

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

8200

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Methane │

A

s

8102

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Methane │

A

s

8152

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane

├ ET Methane │

A

s

8202

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8104

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8154

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8204

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

8106

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

8156

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

8206

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Propane │

A

s

8108

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Propane │

A

s

8158

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane

├ ET Propane │

A

s

8208

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

8110

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

8160

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

8210

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

8112

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

8162

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

8212

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

8114

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Neopentane │

A

s

8164

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

8214

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration)

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


02 Current Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

8116

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT i-Pentane │

A

s

8166

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

8216

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

8118

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Pentane │

A

s

8168

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

8218

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

8120

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration)

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

8170

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

8220

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

8122

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Hexane │

A

s

8172

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

8222

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

8124

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Heptane │

A

s

8174

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

8224

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

8126

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

8176

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

8226

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

8128

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration)

├ RT n-Nonane │

A

s

8178

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

8228

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

8130

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration)

39

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03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

40

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

8180

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

8230

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Helium │

A

s

8132

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Helium │

A

s

8182

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium

├ ET Helium │

A

s

8232

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

8134

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Hydrogen │

A

s

8184

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

8234

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Argon │

A

s

8136

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Argon │

A

s

8186

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon

├ ET Argon │

A

s

8236

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration)

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

8138

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration)

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

8188

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve

└ ET Reserve

A

s

8238

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration)

A

1036

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1037

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream4|REF­GAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the following values are valid (Stream-1 /OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp

A

5040

Date and time of last measurement for stream 1

├ Filename │ │

A

5060

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for stream 1 is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1038

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last measurement for stream 1 OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

" 03 Stream-1 Values

YMDhms

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7020

Superior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7022

Wobbe index from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7024

Standard density from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ rd │ │

A

7026

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7028

Inferior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7030

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Zn │ │

A

7032

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Methane Number │

A

7034

Methane number from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7036

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

" Content

A

1039

Heading

├ Nitrogen │ │

A

mol%

8250

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Methane │ │

A

mol%

8252

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

8254

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Ethane │ │

A

mol%

8256

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Propane │ │

A

mol%

8258

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ i-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8260

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8262

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

8264

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

41

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

42

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ i-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8266

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8268

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ C6+ │ │

A

mol%

8270

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Hexane │ │

A

mol%

8272

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Heptane │ │

A

mol%

8274

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Octane │ │

A

mol%

8276

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ n-Nonane │ │

A

mol%

8278

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Oxygen │ │

A

mol%

8280

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Helium │ │

A

mol%

8282

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Hydrogen │ │

A

mol%

8284

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

├ Argon │ │

A

mol%

8286

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

└ Reserve

A

mol%

8288

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 1

A

1040

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

8300

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Methane │

A

8302

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

8304

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Ethane │

A

8306

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

" Areas

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Propane │

A

8308

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ i-Butane │

A

8310

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Butane │

A

8312

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Neopentane │

A

8314

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ i-Pentane │

A

8316

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Pentane │

A

8318

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ C6+ │

A

8320

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Hexane │

A

8322

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Heptane │

A

8324

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Octane │

A

8326

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ n-Nonane │

A

8328

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Oxygen │

A

8330

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Helium │

A

8332

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Hydrogen │

A

8334

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

├ Argon │

A

8336

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

└ Reserve

A

8338

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 1

A

1041

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

8350

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

8400

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

8450

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Methane │

A

s

8352

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Methane │

A

s

8402

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Methane │

A

s

8452

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

43

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

44

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8354

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

8404

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8454

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

8356

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

8406

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

8456

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Propane │

A

s

8358

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Propane │

A

s

8408

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Propane │

A

s

8458

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

8360

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

8410

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

8460

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

8362

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

8412

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

8462

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

8364

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

8414

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

8464

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

8366

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT i-Pentane │

A

s

8416

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

8466

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

8368

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


03 Stream-1 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT n-Pentane │

A

s

8418

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

8468

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

8370

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

8420

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

8470

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

8372

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT n-Hexane │

A

s

8422

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

8472

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

8374

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT n-Heptane │

A

s

8424

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

8474

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

8376

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

8426

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

8476

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

8378

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT n-Nonane │

A

s

8428

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

8478

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

8380

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

8430

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

8480

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Helium │

A

s

8382

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Helium │

A

s

8432

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last analysis for stream 1

45

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

46

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Helium │

A

s

8482

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

8384

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Hydrogen │

A

s

8434

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

8484

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Argon │

A

s

8386

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Argon │

A

s

8436

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ET Argon │

A

s

8486

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

8388

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

8438

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last analysis for stream 1

└ ET Reserve

A

s

8488

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 1

" 04 Stream-2 Values

A

1042

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1043

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4|REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid (Stream-2/OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp

A

5080

Date and time of last measurement for stream 2

├ Filename │ │

A

5100

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for stream 2 is saved. (= date and time of this measurement)

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1044

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last measurement for stream 2 OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7040

Superior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7042

Wobbe index from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7044

Standard density from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ rd │ │

A

7046

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

YMDhms

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04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7048

Inferior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7050

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Zn │ │

A

7052

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Methane Number │

A

7054

Methane number from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7056

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

" Content

A

1045

Heading

├ Nitrogen │ │

A

mol%

8500

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Methane │ │

A

mol%

8502

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

8504

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Ethane │ │

A

mol%

8506

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Propane │ │

A

mol%

8508

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ i-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8510

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ n-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8512

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

8514

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ i-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8516

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ n-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8518

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ C6+ │ │

A

mol%

8520

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

47

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04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

48

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Hexane │ │

A

mol%

8522

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ n-Heptane │ │

A

mol%

8524

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ n-Octane │ │

A

mol%

8526

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ n-Nonane │ │

A

mol%

8528

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Oxygen │ │

A

mol%

8530

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Helium │ │

A

mol%

8532

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Hydrogen │ │

A

mol%

8534

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

├ Argon │ │

A

mol%

8536

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

└ Reserve

A

mol%

8538

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 2

A

1046

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

8550

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Methane │

A

8552

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

8554

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Ethane │

A

8556

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Propane │

A

8558

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ i-Butane │

A

8560

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ n-Butane │

A

8562

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Neopentane │

A

8564

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ i-Pentane │

A

8566

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

" Areas

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04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Pentane │

A

8568

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ C6+ │

A

8570

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ n-Hexane │

A

8572

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ n-Heptane │

A

8574

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ n-Octane │

A

8576

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ n-Nonane │

A

8578

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Oxygen │

A

8580

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Helium │

A

8582

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Hydrogen │

A

8584

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

├ Argon │

A

8586

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

└ Reserve

A

8588

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 2

A

1047

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

8600

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

8650

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

8700

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Methane │

A

s

8602

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Methane │

A

s

8652

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Methane │

A

s

8702

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8604

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

8654

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8704

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

8606

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

49

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04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

50

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

8656

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

8706

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Propane │

A

s

8608

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Propane │

A

s

8658

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Propane │

A

s

8708

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

8610

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

8660

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

8710

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

8612

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

8662

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

8712

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

8614

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

8664

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

8714

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

8616

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT i-Pentane │

A

s

8666

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

8716

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

8618

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Pentane │

A

s

8668

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

8718

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

8620

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

8670

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last analysis for stream 2

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04 Stream-2 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

8720

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

8622

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Hexane │

A

s

8672

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

8722

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

8624

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Heptane │

A

s

8674

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

8724

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

8626

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

8676

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

8726

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

8628

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT n-Nonane │

A

s

8678

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

8728

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

8630

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

8680

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

8730

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Helium │

A

s

8632

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Helium │

A

s

8682

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Helium │

A

s

8732

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

8634

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Hydrogen │

A

s

8684

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

8734

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

51

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05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

52

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST Argon │

A

s

8636

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Argon │

A

s

8686

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ET Argon │

A

s

8736

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

8638

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

8688

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last analysis for stream 2

└ ET Reserve

A

s

8738

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 2

A

1048

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1049

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream4|REF­GAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid (Stream-3/OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp

A

5120

Date and time of last measurement for stream 3

├ Filename │ │

A

5140

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for stream 3 is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1050

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last measurement for stream 3 OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7060

Superior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7062

Wobbe index from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7064

Standard density from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ rd │ │

A

7066

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7068

Inferior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7070

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Zn │ │

A

7072

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

" 05 Stream-3 Values

YMDhms

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Methane Number │

A

7074

Methane number from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7076

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

" Content

A

1051

Heading

├ Nitrogen │ │

A

mol%

8750

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Methane │ │

A

mol%

8752

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

8754

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Ethane │ │

A

mol%

8756

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Propane │ │

A

mol%

8758

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ i-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8760

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ n-Butane │ │

A

mol%

8762

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

8764

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ i-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8766

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ n-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

8768

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ C6+ │ │

A

mol%

8770

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ n-Hexane │ │

A

mol%

8772

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ n-Heptane │ │

A

mol%

8774

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

53

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05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

54

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Octane │ │

A

mol%

8776

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ n-Nonane │ │

A

mol%

8778

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Oxygen │ │

A

mol%

8780

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Helium │ │

A

mol%

8782

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Hydrogen │ │

A

mol%

8784

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

├ Argon │ │

A

mol%

8786

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

└ Reserve

A

mol%

8788

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 3

A

1052

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

8800

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Methane │

A

8802

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

8804

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Ethane │

A

8806

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Propane │

A

8808

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ i-Butane │

A

8810

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ n-Butane │

A

8812

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Neopentane │

A

8814

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ i-Pentane │

A

8816

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ n-Pentane │

A

8818

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ C6+ │

A

8820

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

" Areas

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Hexane │

A

8822

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ n-Heptane │

A

8824

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ n-Octane │

A

8826

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ n-Nonane │

A

8828

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Oxygen │

A

8830

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Helium │

A

8832

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Hydrogen │

A

8834

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

├ Argon │

A

8836

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

└ Reserve

A

8838

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 3

A

1053

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

8850

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

8900

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

8950

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Methane │

A

s

8852

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Methane │

A

s

8902

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Methane │

A

s

8952

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8854

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

8904

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

8954

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

8856

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

8906

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

8956

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

55

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05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

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Element

56

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST Propane │

A

s

8858

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Propane │

A

s

8908

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Propane │

A

s

8958

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

8860

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

8910

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

8960

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

8862

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

8912

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

8962

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

8864

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

8914

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

8964

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

8866

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT i-Pentane │

A

s

8916

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

8966

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

8868

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT n-Pentane │

A

s

8918

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

8968

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

8870

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

8920

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

8970

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

8872

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

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05 Stream-3 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT n-Hexane │

A

s

8922

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

8972

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

8874

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT n-Heptane │

A

s

8924

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

8974

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

8876

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

8926

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

8976

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

8878

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT n-Nonane │

A

s

8928

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

8978

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

8880

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

8930

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

8980

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Helium │

A

s

8882

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Helium │

A

s

8932

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Helium │

A

s

8982

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

8884

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Hydrogen │

A

s

8934

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

8984

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Argon │

A

s

8886

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Argon │

A

s

8936

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last analysis for stream 3

57

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

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Element

58

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Argon │

A

s

8986

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

8888

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

8938

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last analysis for stream 3

└ ET Reserve

A

s

8988

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 3

A

1054

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1055

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4|REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid (Stream-4/OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp

A

5160

Date and time of last measurement for stream 4

├ Filename │ │

A

5180

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for stream 4 is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1056

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last measurement for stream 4 OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7080

Superior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7082

Wobbe index from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7084

Standard density from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ rd │ │

A

7086

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7088

Inferior calorific value from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7090

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Zn │ │

A

7092

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Methane Number │

A

7094

Methane number from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7096

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

" 06 Stream-4 Values

YMDhms

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element " Content

Unit A

Modb.

Description

1057

Heading

├ Nitrogen │ │

A

mol%

9000

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Methane │ │

A

mol%

9002

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

9004

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Ethane │ │

A

mol%

9006

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Propane │ │

A

mol%

9008

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ i-Butane │ │

A

mol%

9010

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Butane │ │

A

mol%

9012

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

9014

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ i-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

9016

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Pentane │ │

A

mol%

9018

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ C6+ │ │

A

mol%

9020

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Hexane │ │

A

mol%

9022

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Heptane │ │

A

mol%

9024

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Octane │ │

A

mol%

9026

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ n-Nonane │ │

A

mol%

9028

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

59

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

60

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Oxygen │ │

A

mol%

9030

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Helium │ │

A

mol%

9032

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Hydrogen │ │

A

mol%

9034

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

├ Argon │ │

A

mol%

9036

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

└ Reserve

A

mol%

9038

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last measuring gas analysis performed for stream 4

A

1058

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

9050

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Methane │

A

9052

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

9054

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Ethane │

A

9056

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Propane │

A

9058

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ i-Butane │

A

9060

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ n-Butane │

A

9062

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Neopentane │

A

9064

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ i-Pentane │

A

9066

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ n-Pentane │

A

9068

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ C6+ │

A

9070

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ n-Hexane │

A

9072

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ n-Heptane │

A

9074

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ n-Octane │

A

9076

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

" Areas

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Nonane │

A

9078

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Oxygen │

A

9080

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Helium │

A

9082

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Hydrogen │

A

9084

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

├ Argon │

A

9086

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

└ Reserve

A

9088

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last analysis for stream 4

A

1059

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

9100

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

9150

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

9200

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Methane │

A

s

9102

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Methane │

A

s

9152

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Methane │

A

s

9202

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9104

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

9154

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9204

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

9106

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

9156

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

9206

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Propane │

A

s

9108

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Propane │

A

s

9158

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Propane │

A

s

9208

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

61

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

62

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

9110

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

9160

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

9210

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

9112

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

9162

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

9212

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

9114

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

9164

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

9214

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

9116

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT i-Pentane │

A

s

9166

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

9216

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

9118

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT n-Pentane │

A

s

9168

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

9218

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

9120

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

9170

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

9220

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

9122

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT n-Hexane │

A

s

9172

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

9222

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

9124

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

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06 Stream-4 Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT n-Heptane │

A

s

9174

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

9224

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

9126

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

9176

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

9226

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

9128

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT n-Nonane │

A

s

9178

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

9228

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

9130

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

9180

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

9230

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Helium │

A

s

9132

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Helium │

A

s

9182

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Helium │

A

s

9232

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

9134

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Hydrogen │

A

s

9184

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

9234

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Argon │

A

s

9136

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Argon │

A

s

9186

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ET Argon │

A

s

9236

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

9138

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

9188

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last analysis for stream 4

63

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07 Ref.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

s

9238

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last analysis for stream 4

A

1060

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1061

{Stream­1|Stream­2|Stream­3|Stream­4| REF­GAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid (REF-GAS/OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp │

A

5200

Date and time of last measurement for reference gas

├ Filename │ │

A

5220

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for reference gas is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1062

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last reference gas measurement OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

7100

Superior calorific value from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7102

Wobbe index from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7104

Standard density from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ rd │ │

A

7106

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7108

Inferior calorific value from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7110

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ Zn │

A

7112

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last reference gas analysis performed

├ Methane Number │

A

7114

Methane number from the last reference gas analysis performed

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7116

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last reference gas analysis

" Content

A

1063

Heading

└ ET Reserve " 07 Ref.-Gas Values

64

A

YMDhms

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

9250

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Methane │

A

mol%

9252

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

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07 Ref.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

9254

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

9256

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Propane │

A

mol%

9258

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

9260

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

9262

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

9264

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

9266

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

9268

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

9270

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

9272

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

9274

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

9276

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

9278

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

9280

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Helium │

A

mol%

9282

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

9284

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

├ Argon │

A

mol%

9286

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

└ Reserve

A

mol%

9288

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last reference gas analysis

A

1064

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

9300

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Methane │

A

9302

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

9304

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

" Areas

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07 Ref.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

66

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Ethane │

A

9306

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Propane │

A

9308

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ i-Butane │

A

9310

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Butane │

A

9312

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Neopentane │

A

9314

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ i-Pentane │

A

9316

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Pentane │

A

9318

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ C6+ │

A

9320

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Hexane │

A

9322

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Heptane │

A

9324

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Octane │

A

9326

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ n-Nonane │

A

9328

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Oxygen │

A

9330

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Helium │

A

9332

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Hydrogen │

A

9334

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

├ Argon │

A

9336

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

└ Reserve

A

9338

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last reference gas analysis

A

1065

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

9350

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Nitrogen │

A

s

9400

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

9450

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Methane │

A

s

9352

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Methane │

A

s

9402

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last reference gas analysis

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07 Ref.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Methane │

A

s

9452

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9354

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

9404

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9454

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

9356

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

9406

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

9456

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Propane │

A

s

9358

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Propane │

A

s

9408

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Propane │

A

s

9458

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

9360

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

9410

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

9460

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

9362

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Butane │

A

s

9412

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

9462

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

9364

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

9414

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

9464

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

9366

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT i-Pentane │ │

A

s

9416

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last reference gas analysis

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07 Ref.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

68

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

9466

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

9368

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Pentane │ │

A

s

9418

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

9468

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

9370

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

9420

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

9470

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

9372

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Hexane │ │

A

s

9422

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

9472

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

9374

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Heptane │ │

A

s

9424

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

9474

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

9376

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Octane │

A

s

9426

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

9476

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

9378

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT n-Nonane │ │

A

s

9428

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

9478

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

9380

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

9430

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last reference gas analysis

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08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

9480

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Helium │

A

s

9382

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Helium │

A

s

9432

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Helium │

A

s

9482

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

9384

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Hydrogen │ │

A

s

9434

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

9484

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Argon │

A

s

9386

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Argon │

A

s

9436

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last reference gas analysis

├ ET Argon │

A

s

9486

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

9388

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

9438

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last reference gas analysis

└ ET Reserve

A

s

9488

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last reference gas analysis

A

1066

Heading

├ Stream # │ │ │ │

A

1067

{Stream-1|Stream-2|Stream-3|Stream-4|REFGAS|Cal.-Gas|OFF} Channel (stream or gas) for which the current values are valid (Cal.-Gas/OFF) For Modbus calls.

├ Timestamp │

A

5240

Date and time of last measurement for calibration gas

├ Filename │ │

A

5260

Filename under which the chromatogram for the last measurement for calibration gas is saved (= date and time of this measurement).

├ Stream Status │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1068

{OK|FAULT|UNPROCESSED} Status of the last calibration gas measurement OK: Last measurement was successful FAULT: A fault occurred during the last measurement UNPROCESSED: This stream was not yet measured.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

7120

Superior calorific value from the last calibration gas analysis performed

" 08 Cal.-Gas Values

YMDhms

&UnitHs

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08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

70

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7122

Wobbe index from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7124

Standard density from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ rd │ │

A

7126

Relative density (standard density divided by standard density of air) from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7128

Inferior calorific value from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ Wl │ │

A

&UnitHs

7130

Lower Wobbe index (calculated from the inferior calorific value) from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ Zn │

A

7132

Real gas factor (in standard condition) from the last calibration gas analysis performed

├ Methane Number │

A

7134

Methane number from the last calibration gas analysis performed

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7136

Unnormalized sum of the components (before normalization to 100%) from the last calibration gas analysis

" Content

A

1069

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

9500

Molar content of nitrogen (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Methane │

A

mol%

9502

Molar content of methane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

mol%

9504

Molar content of carbon dioxide (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

9506

Molar content of ethane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Propane │

A

mol%

9508

Molar content of propane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

9510

Molar content of i-butane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

9512

Molar content of n-butane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Neopentane │ │

A

mol%

9514

Molar content of neopentane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

9516

Molar content of i-pentane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

9518

Molar content of n-pentane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

9520

Molar content of C6+ (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

9522

Molar content of n-hexane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

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08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

9524

Molar content of n-heptane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

9526

Molar content of n-octane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

9528

Molar content of n-nonane (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

9530

Molar content of oxygen (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Helium │

A

mol%

9532

Molar content of helium (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

9534

Molar content of hydrogen (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Argon │

A

mol%

9536

Molar content of argon (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

└ Reserve

A

mol%

9538

Molar content of reserve (after normalization) from the last calibration gas analysis

A

1070

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

A

9550

Peak area for nitrogen in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Methane │

A

9552

Peak area for methane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

9554

Peak area for carbon dioxide in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Ethane │

A

9556

Peak area for ethane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Propane │

A

9558

Peak area for propane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ i-Butane │

A

9560

Peak area for i-butane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Butane │

A

9562

Peak area for n-butane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Neopentane │

A

9564

Peak area for neopentane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ i-Pentane │

A

9566

Peak area for i-pentane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Pentane │

A

9568

Peak area for n-pentane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ C6+ │

A

9570

Peak area for C6+ in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Hexane │

A

9572

Peak area for n-hexane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Heptane │

A

9574

Peak area for n-heptane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

" Areas

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08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

72

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Octane │

A

9576

Peak area for n-octane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ n-Nonane │

A

9578

Peak area for n-nonane in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Oxygen │

A

9580

Peak area for oxygen in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Helium │

A

9582

Peak area for helium in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Hydrogen │

A

9584

Peak area for hydrogen in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

├ Argon │

A

9586

Peak area for argon in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

└ Reserve

A

9588

Peak area for reserve in the chromatogram from the last calibration gas analysis

A

1071

Heading

" Times ├ ST Nitrogen │

A

s

9600

Peak start time for nitrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Nitrogen │ │

A

s

9650

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for nitrogen from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Nitrogen │

A

s

9700

Peak end time for nitrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Methane │

A

s

9602

Peak start time for methane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Methane │ │

A

s

9652

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for methane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Methane │

A

s

9702

Peak end time for methane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9604

Peak start time for carbon dioxide (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Carbon Dioxide │ │

A

s

9654

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for carbon dioxide from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Carbon Dioxide │

A

s

9704

Peak end time for carbon dioxide (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Ethane │

A

s

9606

Peak start time for ethane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Ethane │

A

s

9656

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for ethane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Ethane │

A

s

9706

Peak end time for ethane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Propane │

A

s

9608

Peak start time for propane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Propane │

A

s

9658

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for propane from the last calibration gas analysis

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ET Propane │

A

s

9708

Peak end time for propane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST i-Butane │

A

s

9610

Peak start time for i-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT i-Butane │

A

s

9660

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-butane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET i-Butane │

A

s

9710

Peak end time for i-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Butane │

A

s

9612

Peak start time for n-butane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT n-Butane │ │

A

s

9662

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-butane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Butane │

A

s

9712

Peak end time for n-butane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Neopentane │

A

s

9614

Peak start time for neopentane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Neopentane │ │

A

s

9664

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for neopentane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Neopentane │

A

s

9714

Peak end time for neopentane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST i-Pentane │

A

s

9616

Peak start time for i-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT i-Pentane │ │

A

s

9666

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for i-pentane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET i-Pentane │

A

s

9716

Peak end time for i-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Pentane │

A

s

9618

Peak start time for n-pentane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT n-Pentane │ │

A

s

9668

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-pentane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Pentane │

A

s

9718

Peak end time for n-pentane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST C6+ │

A

s

9620

Peak start time for C6+ (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT C6+ │

A

s

9670

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for C6+ from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET C6+ │

A

s

9720

Peak end time for C6+ (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Hexane │

A

s

9622

Peak start time for n-hexane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

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08 Cal.-Gas Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

74

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ RT n-Hexane │ │

A

s

9672

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-hexane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Hexane │

A

s

9722

Peak end time for n-hexane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Heptane │

A

s

9624

Peak start time for n-heptane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT n-Heptane │ │

A

s

9674

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-heptane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Heptane │

A

s

9724

Peak end time for n-heptane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Octane │

A

s

9626

Peak start time for n-octane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT n-Octane │ │

A

s

9676

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-octane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Octane │

A

s

9726

Peak end time for n-octane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST n-Nonane │

A

s

9628

Peak start time for n-nonane (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT n-Nonane │ │

A

s

9678

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for n-nonane from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET n-Nonane │

A

s

9728

Peak end time for n-nonane (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Oxygen │

A

s

9630

Peak start time for oxygen (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Oxygen │

A

s

9680

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for oxygen from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Oxygen │

A

s

9730

Peak end time for oxygen (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Helium │

A

s

9632

Peak start time for helium (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Helium │

A

s

9682

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for helium from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Helium │

A

s

9732

Peak end time for helium (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Hydrogen │

A

s

9634

Peak start time for hydrogen (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Hydrogen │ │

A

s

9684

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for hydrogen from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Hydrogen │

A

s

9734

Peak end time for hydrogen (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ ST Argon │

A

s

9636

Peak start time for argon (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Argon │

A

s

9686

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for argon from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ET Argon │

A

s

9736

Peak end time for argon (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ ST Reserve │

A

s

9638

Peak start time for reserve (lower limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

├ RT Reserve │

A

s

9688

Retention time (cycle time through the column) for reserve from the last calibration gas analysis

└ ET Reserve

A

s

9738

Peak end time for reserve (upper limit of integration) from the last calibration gas analysis

" 09 Calibration results

A

1072

Heading

└ Calibration Status

A

1073

{Failed|Successful} Status of the last calibration (Failed/Successful)

" RFZ

A

1074

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

P

9750

Response factor (RFZ) for nitrogen from the last basic calibration

├ Methane │

P

9752

Response factor (RFZ) for methane from the last basic calibration

├ Carbon Dioxide │

P

9754

Response factor (RFZ) for carbon dioxide from the last basic calibration

├ Ethane │

P

9756

Response factor (RFZ) for ethane from the last basic calibration

├ Propane │

P

9758

Response factor (RFZ) for propane from the last basic calibration

├ i-Butane │

P

9760

Response factor (RFZ) for i-butane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Butane │

P

9762

Response factor (RFZ) for n-butane from the last basic calibration

├ Neopentane │

P

9764

Response factor (RFZ) for neopentane from the last basic calibration

├ i-Pentane │

P

9766

Response factor (RFZ) for i-pentane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Pentane │

P

9768

Response factor (RFZ) for n-pentane from the last basic calibration

├ C6+ │

P

9770

Response factor (RFZ) for C6+ from the last basic calibration

├ n-Hexane │

P

9772

Response factor (RFZ) for n-hexane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Heptane │

P

9774

Response factor (RFZ) for n-heptane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Octane │

P

9776

Response factor (RFZ) for n-octane from the last basic calibration

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Element

76

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Nonane │

P

9778

Response factor (RFZ) for n-nonane from the last basic calibration

├ Oxygen │

P

9780

Response factor (RFZ) for oxygen from the last basic calibration

├ Helium │

P

9782

Response factor (RFZ) for helium from the last basic calibration

├ Hydrogen │

P

9784

Response factor (RFZ) for hydrogen from the last basic calibration

├ Argon │

P

9786

Response factor (RFZ) for argon from the last basic calibration

└ Reserve

P

9788

Response factor (RFZ) for reserve from the last basic calibration

A

1075

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

P

9800

Response factor (RF) for nitrogen from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Methane │

P

9802

Response factor (RF) for methane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Carbon Dioxide │

P

9804

Response factor (RF) for carbon dioxide from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Ethane │

P

9806

Response factor (RF) for ethane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Propane │

P

9808

Response factor (RF) for propane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ i-Butane │

P

9810

Response factor (RF) for i-butane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Butane │

P

9812

Response factor (RF) for n-butane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Neopentane │

P

9814

Response factor (RF) for neopentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ i-Pentane │

P

9816

Response factor (RF) for i-pentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Pentane │

P

9818

Response factor (RF) for n-pentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ C6+ │

P

9820

Response factor (RF) for C6+ from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Hexane │

P

9822

Response factor (RF) for n-hexane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Heptane │

P

9824

Response factor (RF) for n-heptane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Octane │

P

9826

Response factor (RF) for n-octane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Nonane │

P

9828

Response factor (RF) for n-nonane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Oxygen │

P

9830

Response factor (RF) for oxygen from the last automatic or manual calibration

" RF

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Helium │

P

9832

Response factor (RF) for helium from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Hydrogen │

P

9834

Response factor (RF) for hydrogen from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Argon │

P

9836

Response factor (RF) for argon from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Reserve │

P

9838

Response factor (RF) for reserve from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Delta Nitrogen

A

%

11140

Difference between RFZ and RF for nitrogen

├ Delta Methane

A

%

11142

Difference between RFZ and RF for methane

├ Delta Carbon Dioxide │

A

%

11144

Difference between RFZ and RF for carbon dioxide

├ Delta Ethane

A

%

11146

Difference between RFZ and RF for ethane

├ Delta Propane

A

%

11148

Difference between RFZ and RF for propane

├ Delta i-Butane

A

%

11150

Difference between RFZ and RF for i-butane

├ Delta n-Butane

A

%

11152

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-butane

├ Delta Neopentane

A

%

11154

Difference between RFZ and RF for neopentane

├ Delta i-Pentane

A

%

11156

Difference between RFZ and RF for i-pentane

├ Delta n-Pentane

A

%

11158

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-pentane

├ Delta C6+

A

%

11160

Difference between RFZ and RF for C6+

├ Delta n-Hexane

A

%

11162

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-hexane

├ Delta n-Heptane

A

%

11164

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-heptane

├ Delta n-Octane

A

%

11166

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-octane

├ Delta n-Nonane

A

%

11168

Difference between RFZ and RF for n-nonane

├ Delta Oxygen

A

%

11170

Difference between RFZ and RF for oxygen

├ Delta Helium

A

%

11172

Difference between RFZ and RF for helium

├ Delta Hydrogen

A

%

11174

Difference between RFZ and RF for hydrogen

├ Delta Argon

A

%

11176

Difference between RFZ and RF for argon

└ Delta Reserve

A

%

11178

Difference between RFZ and RF for reserve

1076

Heading

" RTZ

A

├ Nitrogen │

P

s

9850

Retention time (RTZ) for nitrogen from the last basic calibration

├ Methane │

P

s

9852

Retention time (RTZ) for methane from the last basic calibration

├ Carbon Dioxide │

P

s

9854

Retention time (RTZ) for carbon dioxide from the last basic calibration

├ Ethane │

P

s

9856

Retention time (RTZ) for ethane from the last basic calibration

├ Propane │

P

s

9858

Retention time (RTZ) for propane from the last basic calibration

├ i-Butane │

P

s

9860

Retention time (RTZ) for i-butane from the last basic calibration

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Element

78

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Butane │

P

s

9862

Retention time (RTZ) for n-butane from the last basic calibration

├ Neopentane │

P

s

9864

Retention time (RTZ) for neopentane from the last basic calibration

├ i-Pentane │

P

s

9866

Retention time (RTZ) for i-pentane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Pentane │

P

s

9868

Retention time (RTZ) for n-pentane from the last basic calibration

├ C6+ │

P

s

9870

Retention time (RTZ) for C6+ from the last basic calibration

├ n-Hexane │

P

s

9872

Retention time (RTZ) for n-hexane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Heptane │

P

s

9874

Retention time (RTZ) for n-heptane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Octane │

P

s

9876

Retention time (RTZ) for n-octane from the last basic calibration

├ n-Nonane │

P

s

9878

Retention time (RTZ) for n-nonane from the last basic calibration

├ Oxygen │

P

s

9880

Retention time (RTZ) for oxygen from the last basic calibration

├ Helium │

P

s

9882

Retention time (RTZ) for helium from the last basic calibration

├ Hydrogen │

P

s

9884

Retention time (RTZ) for hydrogen from the last basic calibration

├ Argon │

P

s

9886

Retention time (RTZ) for argon from the last basic calibration

└ Reserve

P

s

9888

Retention time (RTZ) for reserve from the last basic calibration

" RT

A

1872

Heading

├ Nitrogen │

P

s

11060

Retention time (RT) for nitrogen from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Methane │

P

s

11062

Retention time (RT) for methane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Carbon Dioxide │

P

s

11064

Retention time (RT) for carbon dioxide from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Ethane │

P

s

11066

Retention time (RT) for ethane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Propane │

P

s

11068

Retention time (RT) for propane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ i-Butane │

P

s

11070

Retention time (RT) for i-butane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Butane │

P

s

11072

Retention time (RT) for n-butane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Neopentane │

P

s

11074

Retention time (RT) for neopentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ i-Pentane │

P

s

11076

Retention time (RT) for i-pentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Pentane │

P

s

11078

Retention time (RT) for n-pentane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ C6+ │

P

s

11080

Retention time (RT) for C6+ from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Hexane │

P

s

11082

Retention time (RT) for n-hexane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Heptane │

P

s

11084

Retention time (RT) for n-heptane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Octane │

P

s

11086

Retention time (RT) for n-octane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ n-Nonane │

P

s

11088

Retention time (RT) for n-nonane from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Oxygen │

P

s

11090

Retention time (RT) for oxygen from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Helium │

P

s

11092

Retention time (RT) for helium from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Hydrogen │

P

s

11094

Retention time (RT) for hydrogen from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Argon │

P

s

11096

Retention time (RT) for argon from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Reserve │

P

s

11098

Retention time (RT) for reserve from the last automatic or manual calibration

├ Delta Nitrogen

A

%

11100

Difference between RTZ and RT for nitrogen

├ Delta Methane

A

%

11102

Difference between RTZ and RT for methane

├ Delta Carbon Dioxide │

A

%

11104

Difference between RTZ and RT for carbon dioxide

├ Delta Ethane

A

%

11106

Difference between RTZ and RT for ethane

├ Delta Propane

A

%

11108

Difference between RTZ and RT for propane

├ Delta i-Butane

A

%

11110

Difference between RTZ and RT for i-butane

├ Delta n-Butane

A

%

11112

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-butane

├ Delta Neopentane

A

%

11114

Difference between RTZ and RT for neopentane

├ Delta i-Pentane

A

%

11116

Difference between RTZ and RT for i-pentane

├ Delta n-Pentane

A

%

11118

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-pentane

├ Delta C6+

A

%

11120

Difference between RTZ and RT for C6+

├ Delta n-Hexane

A

%

11122

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-hexane

├ Delta n-Heptane

A

%

11124

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-heptane

├ Delta n-Octane

A

%

11126

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-octane

├ Delta n-Nonane

A

%

11128

Difference between RTZ and RT for n-nonane

├ Delta Oxygen

A

%

11130

Difference between RTZ and RT for oxygen

├ Delta Helium

A

%

11132

Difference between RTZ and RT for helium

├ Delta Hydrogen

A

%

11134

Difference between RTZ and RT for hydrogen

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Element

Modb.

Description

├ Delta Argon

A

%

11136

Difference between RTZ and RT for argon

└ Delta Reserve

A

%

11138

Difference between RTZ and RT for reserve

A

1077

Heading

├ BCAL: Total Area

E

3002

Sum of all peak areas in the last basic calibration

├ CAL: Total Area │

P

3004

Sum of all peak areas in the last automatic or manual calibration

└ Total Deviation

A

7138

Percentage deviation of the area totals from the basic calibration and automatic (or manual) calibration.

A

1559

Heading

├ RhoCalDelta │

A

10814

Deviation of the standard density from the last calibration from the set value.

├ HsCalDelta │

A

10816

Deviation of the superior calorific value from the last calibration from the set value.

└ Co2CalDelta

A

10818

Deviation of the CO2 content from the last calibration from the set value.

A

1636

Heading

10846

Time from which assignment of peaks to C6p (hexane total) begins.

A

1078

Heading

A

1079

Heading

├ Value1 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10510

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit1

C

30600

Unit of measured value 1

├ Start Value │ │

C

10522

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

10534

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10546

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1537

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

" Area Totals

80

Unit

" Deviations

" Totalizing └ C6p Start Time " 10 Specialties " Pressure Dewpoint

A

%

s

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1538

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10558

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1539

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit value violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

A

1532

Heading

├ Value2 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10512

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit2

C

30620

Unit of measured value 2

├ Start Value │ │

C

10524

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

10536

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10548

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1540

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

" Temp. Dewpoint

81

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

82

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1541

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10560

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1542

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit value violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

A

1533

Heading

├ Value3 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10514

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit3

C

30640

Unit of measured value 3

├ Start Value │ │

C

10526

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

10538

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10550

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1543

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

" COS

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1544

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10562

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1545

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

A

1534

Heading

├ Value4 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10516

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit4

C

30660

Unit of measured value 4

├ Start Value │ │

C

10528

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

10540

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10552

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1546

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

" H2S

83

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

84

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1547

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10564

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1548

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit value violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Mercaptan

A

1535

Heading

├ Value5 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10518

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit5

C

30680

Unit of measured value 5

├ Start Value │ │

C

10530

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

10542

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10554

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1549

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1550

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10566

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1551

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit value violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" KW Dewpoint

A

1536

Heading

├ Value6 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

10520

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit6

C

30700

Unit of measured value 6

├ Start Value │ │

C

10532

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │

C

10544

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

10556

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1552

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

85

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Element

86

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1553

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

10568

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1554

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Add. monitoring-1

A

1846

Heading

├ Monitored value1

C

30540

Designation for measured value 7

├ Value7 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

11010

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit7

C

30720

Unit of measured value 7

├ Start Value │ │

C

11012

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

11014

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

11016

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1849

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1850

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

11018

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1851

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Add. monitoring-2

A

1847

Heading

├ Monitored value2

C

30560

Designation for measured value 8

├ Value8 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

11020

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit8

C

30740

Unit of measured value 8

├ Start Value │ │

C

11022

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

11024

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

11026

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1852

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

87

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Element

88

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1853

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

11028

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1854

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Add. monitoring-3

A

1848

Heading

├ Monitored value3

C

30580

Designation for measured value 9

├ Value9 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

11030

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit9

C

30760

Unit of measured value 9

├ Start Value │ │

C

11032

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

11034

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

11036

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1855

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1856

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

11038

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1857

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Add. monitoring-4

A

1864

Heading

├ Monitored value4

C

30780

Designation for measured value 10

├ Value10 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

11040

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit10

C

30800

Unit of measured value 10

├ Start Value │ │

C

11042

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

11044

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

11046

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1865

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

89

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Element

90

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1866

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

11048

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1867

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

" Add. monitoring-5

A

1868

Heading

├ Monitored value5

C

30820

Designation for measured value 11

├ Value11 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

11050

Display of the measured value determined from a selected current input and the parameters for this column. This value is monitored up to an upper limit. Monitoring has the following operating modes: - No monitoring - Generate a warning, value = default value - Set a digital contact, value = default value

├ Unit11

C

30840

Unit of measured value 11

├ Start Value │ │

C

11052

Physical start value This value corresponds to 0 or 4 mA depending on the operating mode.

├ End Value │ │

C

11054

Physical end value This value corresponds to the 20 mA measured value.

├ Default Value │

C

11056

If the "Upper Limit" is exceeded, the measured value is set to this default value.

├ Operating Mode │ │

C

1869

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the selected current input. (OFF/0-20 mA/4-20 mA)

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1870

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4|Current Input-5|Current Input-6|Current Input-7|Current Input-8|Wago current input-1|Wago current input-2|Wago current input-3|Wago current input-4|Wago current input-5|Wago current input-6|Wago current input-7|Wago current input-8|Wago current input-9|Wago current input-10|Wago current input-11|Wago current input-12|Wago current input-13|Wago current input-14|Wago current input-15|Wago current input-16} Source of the analog signal. Current input-1 through Current input-8 Wago current input-1 through Wago current input-16

├ Source │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

├ Upper Limit │ │

C

11058

Upper limit of the physical value. If the limit is exceeded, a warning is generated, a digital contact is set or it is ignored.

└ Select Contact

C

1871

{NONE|Generate Warning|DO 9, Signal 1|DO 10, Signal 2|DO 11, Signal 3|DO 12, Signal 4} Selection of signaling contact or warning. Signaling contacts DO9 through DO12 are collective, i.e. multiple limit violations can be signaled with a digital contact. The first violation sets the contact.

A

1555

Heading

├ Total Sulfur │

A

10570

Total volume of all sulfur compounds (H2S, COS and Mercaptan)

├ Upper Warning Limit │

C

10572

Upper limit value of the entire sulfur content for triggering a warning

└ Warning Mode

C

1556

{NONE|Generate Warning} Total sulfur warning mode on/off (NONE/Generate Warning)

A

1085

Heading

├ Component Default │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1086

{OFF|ON} The 4 components helium, hydrogen, oxygen and argon can be specified as fixed values. This mode can be switched on or off (OFF/ON). The other measured components are then normalized to 100% minus the fixed components. This mode is not permitted in custody transfer operation.

├ Default Helium

E

mol%

7176

Fixed value for helium content

├ Default Hydrogen

E

mol%

7178

Fixed value for hydrogen content

├ Default Oxygen

E

mol%

7180

Fixed value for oxygen content

└ Default Argon

E

mol%

7182

Fixed value for argon content

1560

Heading

" Total Sulfur

" Fixed Components

" DSfG Constants

A

91

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

92

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Carbon Monoxide S1 │ │

A

10820

Value of the carbon monoxide content in stream 1 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Carbon Monoxide S2 │ │

A

10822

Value of the carbon monoxide content in stream 2 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Carbon Monoxide S3 │ │

A

10824

Value of the carbon monoxide content in stream 3 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Carbon Monoxide S4 │ │

A

10826

Value of the carbon monoxide content in stream 4 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Ethene S1 │

A

10828

Value of the ethene content in stream 1 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Ethene S2 │

A

10830

Value of the ethene content in stream 2 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Ethene S3 │

A

10832

Value of the ethene content in stream 3 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Ethene S4 │

A

10834

Value of the ethene content in stream 4 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Propene S1 │ │

A

10836

Value of the propene content in stream 1 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Propene S2 │ │

A

10838

Value of the propene content in stream 2 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

├ Propene S3 │ │

A

10840

Value of the propene content in stream 3 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

└ Propene S4

A

10842

Value of the propene content in stream 4 required for DSfG standard form. This value is always 0

A

1089

Heading

A

1090

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

9900

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of nitrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

9902

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of nitrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" 11 Component Parameters " Nitrogen

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

9904

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of nitrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

9906

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of nitrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

9908

Lower warning limit for the nitrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

9910

Upper warning limit for the nitrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

9912

Lower alarm limit for the nitrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

9914

Upper alarm limit for the nitrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1091

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

9920

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of methane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

9922

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of methane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

9924

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of methane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

9926

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of methane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

9928

Lower warning limit for the methane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

9930

Upper warning limit for the methane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

" Methane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

9932

Lower alarm limit for the methane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

9934

Upper alarm limit for the methane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1092

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

9940

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of carbon dioxide from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

9942

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of carbon dioxide from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

9944

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of carbon dioxide from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

9946

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of carbon dioxide from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │ │

E

9948

Lower warning limit for the carbon dioxide content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

9950

Upper warning limit for the carbon dioxide content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │ │

E

9952

Lower alarm limit for the carbon dioxide content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

9954

Upper alarm limit for the carbon dioxide content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1093

Heading

E

9960

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of ethane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

94 " Carbon Dioxide

" Ethane ├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

9962

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of ethane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

9964

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of ethane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

9966

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of ethane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

9968

Lower warning limit for the ethane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

9970

Upper warning limit for the ethane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

9972

Lower alarm limit for the ethane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

9974

Upper alarm limit for the ethane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1094

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

9980

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of propane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

9982

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of propane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

9984

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of propane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

9986

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of propane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" Propane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

96

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

9988

Lower warning limit for the propane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

9990

Upper warning limit for the propane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

9992

Lower alarm limit for the propane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

9994

Upper alarm limit for the propane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1095

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10000

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10002

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10004

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10006

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10008

Lower warning limit for the i-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10010

Upper warning limit for the i-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10012

Lower alarm limit for the i-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10014

Upper alarm limit for the i-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1096

Heading

" i-Butane

" n-Butane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10020

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10022

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10024

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10026

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-butane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10028

Lower warning limit for the n-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10030

Upper warning limit for the n-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10032

Lower alarm limit for the n-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10034

Upper alarm limit for the n-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1097

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10040

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of neopentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10042

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of neopentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10044

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of neopentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" Neopentane

97

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ANNEX

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Element

98

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10046

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of neopentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10048

Lower warning limit for the neopentane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10050

Upper warning limit for the neopentane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10052

Lower alarm limit for the neopentane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10054

Upper alarm limit for the neopentane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1098

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10060

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10062

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10064

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10066

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of i-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10068

Lower warning limit for the i-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10070

Upper warning limit for the i-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10072

Lower alarm limit for the i-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

" i-Pentane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Modb.

Description

E

10074

Upper alarm limit for the i-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1099

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10080

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10082

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10084

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10086

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-pentane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10088

Lower warning limit for the n-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10090

Upper warning limit for the n-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10092

Lower alarm limit for the n-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10094

Upper alarm limit for the n-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1100

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10100

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of C6+ from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10102

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of C6+ from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

└ Upper Fault Limit

" n-Pentane

" C6+

Unit

99

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Element

100

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10104

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of C6+ from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10106

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of C6+ from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10108

Lower warning limit for the C6+ content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10110

Upper warning limit for the C6+ content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10112

Lower alarm limit for the C6+ content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10114

Upper alarm limit for the C6+ content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1101

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10120

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-hexane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10122

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-hexane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10124

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-hexane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10126

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-hexane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10128

Lower warning limit for the n-hexane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10130

Upper warning limit for the n-hexane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

" n-Hexane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10132

Lower alarm limit for the n-hexane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10134

Upper alarm limit for the n-hexane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

" n-Heptane

A

1102

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10140

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-heptane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10142

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-heptane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10144

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-heptane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10146

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-heptane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10148

Lower warning limit for the n-heptane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10150

Upper warning limit for the n-heptane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10152

Lower alarm limit for the n-heptane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10154

Upper alarm limit for the n-heptane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1103

Heading

E

10160

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-octane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" n-Octane ├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

101

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

102

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10162

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-octane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10164

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-octane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10166

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-octane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10168

Lower warning limit for the n-octane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10170

Upper warning limit for the n-octane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10172

Lower alarm limit for the n-octane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10174

Upper alarm limit for the n-octane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1104

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10180

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-nonane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10182

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-nonane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10184

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-nonane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10186

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of n-nonane from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" n-Nonane

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10188

Lower warning limit for the n-nonane content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10190

Upper warning limit for the n-nonane content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10192

Lower alarm limit for the n-nonane content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10194

Upper alarm limit for the n-nonane content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1105

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10200

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of oxygen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10202

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of oxygen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10204

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of oxygen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10206

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of oxygen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10208

Lower warning limit for the oxygen content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10210

Upper warning limit for the oxygen content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10212

Lower alarm limit for the oxygen content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10214

Upper alarm limit for the oxygen content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1106

Heading

" Oxygen

" Helium

103

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11 Component Parameters

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

104

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10220

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of helium from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10222

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of helium from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10224

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of helium from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10226

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of helium from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10228

Lower warning limit for the helium content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10230

Upper warning limit for the helium content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10232

Lower alarm limit for the helium content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10234

Upper alarm limit for the helium content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1107

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10240

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of hydrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10242

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of hydrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10244

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of hydrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

" Hydrogen

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10246

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of hydrogen from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10248

Lower warning limit for the hydrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10250

Upper warning limit for the hydrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10252

Lower alarm limit for the hydrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10254

Upper alarm limit for the hydrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1108

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10260

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of argon from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10262

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of argon from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10264

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of argon from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10266

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of argon from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10268

Lower warning limit for the argon content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10270

Upper warning limit for the argon content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10272

Lower alarm limit for the argon content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

" Argon

105

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Modb.

Description

E

10274

Upper alarm limit for the argon content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1109

Heading

├ MLC Coefficient A │ │ │ │

E

10280

Multilevel coefficient A for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of reserve from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient B │ │ │ │

E

10282

Multilevel coefficient B for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of reserve from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient C │ │ │ │

E

10284

Multilevel coefficient C for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of reserve from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ MLC Coefficient D │ │ │ │

E

10286

Multilevel coefficient D for the polynomial used to calculate the molar content of reserve from the peak area. The multilevel coefficients are defined in the factory and do not change during operation.

├ Lower Warning Limit │

E

10288

Lower warning limit for the reserve content. Falling short of this value triggers a warning.

├ Upper Warning Limit │

E

10290

Upper warning limit for the reserve content. Exceeding this value triggers a warning.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

10292

Lower alarm limit for the reserve content. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

└ Upper Fault Limit

E

10294

Upper alarm limit for the reserve content. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the upper measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

A

1087

Heading

├ Viscosity Corrector │ │

E

1088

{OFF|ON} Switching on/off of viscosity corrector (OFF/ON)

├ Visco. Parameter A │

E

7184

Viscosity corrector – Parameter A (set in the factory).

├ Visco. Parameter B │

E

7186

Viscosity corrector – Parameter B (set in the factory).

├ Visco. Parameter C │

E

7188

Viscosity corrector – Parameter C (set in the factory).

└ Upper Fault Limit

" Reserve

106

" Viscosity

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Modb.

Description

E

7190

Viscosity corrector – Parameter D (set in the factory).

A

1110

Heading

├ CalMode │ │ │

E

1112

{Weekday|Day(s)} Calibration interval mode (Weekday/Day(s)). If the calibration interval is 7 days, a weekday can be defined. Day(s) applies for other intervals.

├ Interval (Days) │

E

1113

Calibration interval in days. This value is used if the calibration interval mode is set to "Day(s)".

├ Hour │

E

1114

Hour in which calibration is to take place (0 to 23).

├ Last Calibration

A

3006

Time at which the last calibration was started.

├ Next calibration │

A

3320

Time at which the next calibration will be started.

├ RF für neo-Pentane │ │

E

1874

{RF from Neopentane|RF from n-Butane} Specifies whether the RF of n-butane is used for neopentane in the calibration or not.

└ Measurement neo-Pentane

E

1952

{Measure|Add to n-Butane} Measure: Measured neo-Pentane is displayed as neo-Pentane Add to n-Butane: Measured neo-Pentane is added to n-Butane

" Default values

A

1115

Heading

└ Visco. Parameter D " 12 Calibration Parameters

Unit

├ Sum CalGas Values │

A

mol%

10848

Sum of the content of all gases in the internal calibration gas.

├ Nitrogen │ │

E

mol%

10300

Set value for nitrogen content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Methane │ │

E

mol%

10302

Set value for methane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

E

mol%

10304

Set value for carbon dioxide content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Ethane │ │

E

mol%

10306

Set value for ethane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Propane │ │

E

mol%

10308

Set value for propane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ i-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10310

Set value for i-butane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10312

Set value for n-butane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

107

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12 Calibration Parameters

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

108

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Neopentane │ │

E

mol%

10314

Set value for neopentane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ i-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10316

Set value for i-pentane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10318

Set value for n-pentane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ C6+ │ │

E

mol%

10320

Set value for C6+ content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Hexane │ │

E

mol%

10322

Set value for n-hexane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Heptane │ │

E

mol%

10324

Set value for n-heptane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Octane │ │

E

mol%

10326

Set value for n-octane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ n-Nonane │ │

E

mol%

10328

Set value for n-nonane content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Oxygen │ │

E

mol%

10330

Set value for oxygen content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Helium │ │

E

mol%

10332

Set value for helium content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Hydrogen │ │

E

mol%

10334

Set value for hydrogen content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Argon │ │

E

mol%

10336

Set value for argon content during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Reserve │ │

E

mol%

10338

Set value for reserve during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

├ Hs Default Value │ │

E

&UnitHs

7192

Set value for superior calorific value during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

└ Rho Default Value

E

kg/m3

7194

Set value for standard density during calibration. This value can be found on the certificate for the internal calibration gas.

1116

Heading

" Limit Values Cal.

A

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13 Calculation Parameters

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Hs Deviation │ │

E

%

7196

Maximum permissible deviation (%) between measured value and set value for superior calorific value during calibration

├ Rho Deviation │ │

E

%

7198

Maximum permissible deviation (%) between measured value and set value for standard density during calibration

├ CO2 Deviation │ │

E

mol%

7200

Maximum permissible deviation (mol%) between measured value and set value for CO2 content during calibration

├ Response Factor Dev. │ │ │

E

%

7202

Maximum permissible deviation between the retention times from automatic and manual calibration (RT) and those from basic calibration (RTZ)

└ Total Area Dev.

E

%

7204

Maximum permissible deviation between the sum of all peak areas from automatic and manual calibration (RT) and the sum from basic calibration (RTZ)

" 13 Calculation Parameters

A

1117

Heading

└ Calculation as per:

E

1118

{ISO6976|GPA2172} Calculation as per ISO 6976 or GPA 2172. For GPA, 60 °F and 14.73 psi or 14.696 psi must be set. In Europe ISO 6976 is used.

" ISO-6976

A

1119

Heading

" GPA-2172-09

A

1120

Heading

├ GPA Hs Calculation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1121

{Ideal Hs DRY|Ideal Hs SAT|Real Hs DRY|Real Hs SAT} Calculation mode for superior calorific value as per GPA-2172-09. Ideal Hs DRY: Dry gas, without real gas corrector Ideal Hs SAT: Wet gas (saturated), without real gas corrector Real Hs DRY: Dry gas, with real gas corrector Real Hs SAT: Wet gas (saturated), with real gas corrector

├ GPA Density Calculation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1122

{Ideal Density DRY|Ideal Density SAT|Real Density DRY|Real Density SAT} Calculation mode for standard density as per GPA-2172-09. Ideal Density DRY: Dry gas, without real gas corrector Ideal Density SAT: Wet gas (saturated), without real gas corrector Real Density DRY: Dry gas, with real gas corrector Real Density SAT: Wet gas (saturated), with real gas corrector

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Element

110

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ GPA Wo Calculation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1123

{Ideal Wo Index DRY|Ideal Wo Index SAT|Real Wo Index DRY|Real Wo Index SAT} Calculation mode for Wobbe index as per GPA2172-09. Ideal Wo Index DRY: Dry gas, without real gas corrector Ideal Wo Index SAT: Wet gas (saturated), without real gas corrector Real Wo Index DRY: Dry gas, with real gas corrector Real Wo Index SAT: Wet gas (saturated), with real gas corrector

├ GPA Z Calculation │ │ │ │

E

1124

{DRY|SAT} Calculation mode for real gas factor as per GPA2172-09. DRY: Dry gas SAT: Wet gas (saturated)

├ GPA Hexane Mode │ │ │

E

1125

{HEXANE|HEXANE MEAN VALUE} C6 input variable for GPA-2172-09. HEXANE: n-Hexane HEXANE MEAN VALUE: Hexane (C6+)

└ GPA NeoP. Mode

E

1126

{I-PENTANE} C5 input variable for GPA-2172-09. I-PENTANE: Neopentane is not taken into account separately, but instead added to isopentane

A

1127

Heading

" Reference Conditions ├ Select Tb │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

°C

1128

{0 °C|15 °C|60 °F|20 °C} Temperature at base conditions for volume correction. Australia ...……...15, Austria …........ 0 Belgium ….........…0, Canada ......... .15 Denmark ............... 0 France ............ 0 Germany ……....... 0 Ireland …....... 15 Italy .................... ...0 Japan ……...... 0 Netherlands …....... 0 Russia ........ 0/20 United Kingdom ...15 USA ............... 15

├ Select Tr │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

°C

1129

{0 °C|15 °C|60 °F|20 °C|25 °C} Reference temperature for superior calorific value. Australia………...15 Austria ............ 25 Belgium………....25 Canada …........ 15 Denmark ............. 25 France …........... 0 Germany .. ...........25 Ireland …......... 15 Italy ..................... 25 Japan ................ 0 Netherlands ..........25 Russia ...…...... 25 United Kingdom ..15 USA ................ 15

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Select Pn │ │ │ │

E

bar

1130

{1.01325 bar|14.696 psi|14.73 psi} Selection of pressure at base conditions (1.01325 bar/14.696 psi/14.73 psi) In Germany and Austria the value is 1.01325 bar.

├ Temperature at Base Conditions

A

K

7206

Display of pressure at base conditions in K

├ Tb (T1)

A

°C

7208

Display of pressure at base conditions in °C

├ Tb (T1)

A

°F

7220

Display of pressure at base conditions in °F

├ Tr (T2) │

A

°C

7212

Display of reference temperature for superior calorific value in °C

├ Tr (T2) │

A

°F

7214

Display of reference temperature for superior calorific value in °F

├ Pn

A

bar

7216

Display of pressure at base conditions in bar

└ Pn

A

psi

7218

Display of pressure at base conditions in psi

1131

Heading

" Limit Values Ana., Cal.

A

├ RT Deviation │ │ │ │

E

%

7222

Maximum permissible deviation of the retention time in percent. The retention time for C6+ is not monitored, as this value is composed of various individual components.

└ Unnorm. Sum Dev.

E

%

7224

Maximum permissible deviation of the unnormalized sum in percent

" Limit Values Ana.

1132

Heading

├ Hs Default Value │ │

A E

&UnitHs

7226

Substitute value for superior calorific value. This fixed value is output instead of the measured value in the event of an alarm.

├ Hs Min. Limit │ │ │

E

&UnitHs

7228

Lower alarm limit for superior calorific value. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

├ Hs Max. Limit │ │ │

E

&UnitHs

7230

Upper alarm limit for superior calorific value. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

├ Wo Default Value │ │

E

&UnitHs

7232

Substitute value for Wobbe index. This fixed value is output instead of the measured value in the event of an alarm.

├ Wo Min. Limit │

E

&UnitHs

7234

Lower alarm limit for Wobbe index. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm.

├ Wo Max. Limit │

E

&UnitHs

7236

Upper alarm limit for Wobbe index. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm.

├ MN Default Value │ │

E

7238

Substitute value for methane number. This fixed value is output instead of the measured value in the event of an alarm.

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

112

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ MN Min. Limit │

E

7240

Lower alarm limit for methane number. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm.

├ MN Max. Limit │

E

7242

Upper alarm limit for methane number. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm.

├ Rho Default Value │ │

E

kg/m3

7250

Substitute value for standard density. This fixed value is output instead of the measured value in the event of an alarm.

├ Rho Min. Limit │ │ │

E

kg/m3

7252

Lower alarm limit for standard density. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

├ Rho Max. Limit │ │ │

E

kg/m3

7254

Upper alarm limit for standard density. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm. In custody transfer operation, this is the lower measuring range limit as per the PTB approval.

├ rd Default Value │ │

E

7244

Substitute value for relative density. This fixed value is output instead of the measured value in the event of an alarm.

├ rd Min. Limit │

E

7246

Lower alarm limit for relative density. Falling short of this value triggers an alarm.

└ rd Max. Limit

E

7248

Upper alarm limit for relative density. Exceeding this value triggers an alarm.

" Analysis Min. Values

A

1481

Heading

├ Nitrogen │ │

E

mol%

10390

Lower alarm limit for the nitrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Methane │ │

E

mol%

10392

Lower alarm limit for the methane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

E

mol%

10394

Lower alarm limit for the carbon dioxide content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Ethane │ │

E

mol%

10396

Lower alarm limit for the ethane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Propane │ │

E

mol%

10398

Lower alarm limit for the propane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ i-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10400

Lower alarm limit for the i-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10402

Lower alarm limit for the n-butane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Neopentane │ │

E

mol%

10404

Lower alarm limit for the neopentane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ i-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10406

Lower alarm limit for the i-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10408

Lower alarm limit for the n-pentane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ C6+ │ │

E

mol%

10410

Lower alarm limit for the C6+ content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Hexane │ │

E

mol%

10412

Lower alarm limit for the n-hexane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Heptane │ │

E

mol%

10414

Lower alarm limit for the n-heptane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Octane │ │

E

mol%

10416

Lower alarm limit for the n-octane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Nonane │ │

E

mol%

10418

Lower alarm limit for the n-nonane content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Oxygen │ │

E

mol%

10420

Lower alarm limit for the oxygen content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Helium │ │

E

mol%

10422

Lower alarm limit for the helium content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Hydrogen │ │

E

mol%

10424

Lower alarm limit for the hydrogen content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Argon │ │

E

mol%

10426

Lower alarm limit for the argon content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

└ Reserve

E

mol%

10428

Lower alarm limit for the reserve content. Falling short of this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

1482

Heading

" Analysis Max. Values

A

├ Nitrogen │ │

E

mol%

10430

Upper alarm limit for the nitrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Methane │ │

E

mol%

10432

Upper alarm limit for the methane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │

E

mol%

10434

Upper alarm limit for the carbon dioxide content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

114

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Ethane │ │

E

mol%

10436

Upper alarm limit for the ethane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Propane │ │

E

mol%

10438

Upper alarm limit for the propane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ i-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10440

Upper alarm limit for the i-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Butane │ │

E

mol%

10442

Upper alarm limit for the n-butane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Neopentane │ │

E

mol%

10444

Upper alarm limit for the neopentane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ i-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10446

Upper alarm limit for the i-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Pentane │ │

E

mol%

10448

Upper alarm limit for the n-pentane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ C6+ │

E

mol%

10450

Upper alarm limit for the C6+ content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Hexane │ │

E

mol%

10452

Upper alarm limit for the n-hexane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Heptane │ │

E

mol%

10454

Upper alarm limit for the n-heptane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Octane │ │

E

mol%

10456

Upper alarm limit for the n-octane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ n-Nonane │ │

E

mol%

10458

Upper alarm limit for the n-nonane content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Oxygen │ │

E

mol%

10460

Upper alarm limit for the oxygen content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Helium │ │

E

mol%

10462

Upper alarm limit for the helium content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Hydrogen │ │

E

mol%

10464

Upper alarm limit for the hydrogen content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

├ Argon │ │

E

mol%

10466

Upper alarm limit for the argon content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

mol%

10468

Upper alarm limit for the reserve content. Exceeding this value triggers either an alarm or a warning.

A

1483

!nix!

├ Default Fault Mode │ │ │

E

1485

{ERROR|WARNING} Component malfunction – limit value violation. Either a warning or a fault is generated in the event of a limit value violation.

├ Default Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Nitrogen │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Methane │ │ │ │ │ │

└ Reserve

" Analysis Default Values

E

1486

{SINGLE|ALL|IGNORE} Mode for the components – default values. ALL: All default values are set in the event of a limit value violation. IGNORE: The default values are ignored. SINGLE: Only the corresponding value is set in the event of a limit value violation.

mol%

10470

Default value for the nitrogen content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

E

mol%

10472

Default value for the methane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Carbon Dioxide │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10474

Default value for the carbon dioxide content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Ethane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10476

Default value for the ethane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Propane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10478

Default value for the propane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

116

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ i-Butane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10480

Default value for the i-butane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ n-Butane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10482

Default value for the n-butane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Neopentane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10484

Default value for the neopentane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ i-Pentane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10486

Default value for the i-pentane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ n-Pentane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10488

Default value for the n-pentane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ C6+ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10490

Default value for the C6+ content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ n-Hexane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10492

Default value for the n-hexane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Heptane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10494

Default value for the n-heptane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ n-Octane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10496

Default value for the n-octane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ n-Nonane │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10498

Default value for the n-nonane content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Oxygen │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10500

Default value for the oxygen content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Helium │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10502

Default value for the helium content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Hydrogen │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10504

Default value for the hydrogen content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

├ Argon │ │ │ │ │ │

E

mol%

10506

Default value for the argon content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

mol%

10508

Default value for the reserve content in the event of a limit violation. This value is currently checked at the end of all calculations. In other words, all calculations are performed with the determined variables. The default values are used for display purposes and for transfer via Modbus or DSfG.

A

1133

Heading

├ Unit norm density │

E

1649

{kg/m3} Unit for standard density

├ Unit calorific value │

E

1134

{MJ/m3|kWh/m3|kc/m3|BTU/f3} Unit for superior calorific value

└ Factor calorific val.

A

7256

Internal conversion factor for superior calorific value from MJ/m3 to the selected unit.

A

1135

Heading

├ Set Sim. Values │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

1136

{ALL ZERO|ISO|GPA|DAN} Test function for calculating gas quality values from the gas composition. The calculation method is selected here. ALL ZERO: All values are set to zero ISO: Calculation as per ISO 6976 GPA: Calculation as per GPA-2172-09 DAN: Calculation using table values

├ Nitrogen │

N

mol%

10350

Specification of the nitrogen content for the calculation test

├ Methane │

N

mol%

10352

Specification of the methane content for the calculation test

├ Carbon Dioxide │

N

mol%

10354

Specification of the carbon dioxide content for the calculation test

├ Ethane │

N

mol%

10356

Specification of the ethane content for the calculation test

├ Propane │

N

mol%

10358

Specification of the propane content for the calculation test

├ i-Butane │

N

mol%

10360

Specification of the i-butane content for the calculation test

├ n-Butane │

N

mol%

10362

Specification of the n-butane content for the calculation test

├ Neopentane │

N

mol%

10364

Specification of the neopentane content for the calculation test

├ i-Pentane │

N

mol%

10366

Specification of the i-pentane content for the calculation test

├ n-Pentane │

N

mol%

10368

Specification of the n-pentane content for the calculation test

├ C6+ │

N

mol%

10370

Specification of the C6+ content for the calculation test

├ n-Hexane │

N

mol%

10372

Specification of the n-hexane content for the calculation test

└ Reserve

118

" Units

" Test Input

E

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14 Gas Analyzer Unit

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Heptane │

N

mol%

10374

Specification of the n-heptane content for the calculation test

├ n-Octane │

N

mol%

10376

Specification of the n-octane content for the calculation test

├ n-Nonane │

N

mol%

10378

Specification of the n-nonane content for the calculation test

├ Oxygen │

N

mol%

10380

Specification of the oxygen content for the calculation test

├ Helium │

N

mol%

10382

Specification of the helium content for the calculation test

├ Hydrogen │

N

mol%

10384

Specification of the hydrogen content for the calculation test

├ Argon │

N

mol%

10386

Specification of the argon content for the calculation test

└ Reserve

N

mol%

10388

Specification of the reserve content for the calculation test

A

1137

Heading

├ New Test Calculation │ │ │

N

1138

{NO|YES} If this mode is set to YES, a single test calculation is started. After the calculation, the mode is reset to NO.

├ Hs │

A

&UnitHs

7258

Superior calorific value calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

7260

Wobbe index calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ rho │

A

kg/m3

7262

Standard density calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ rd │

A

7264

Relative density calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

7266

Inferior calorific value calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

7268

Lower Wobbe index calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ Zn │

A

7270

Real gas factor calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

├ Methane Number │

A

7272

Methane number calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

└ Unnorm. Sum

A

7274

Unnormalized sum calculated from the specified gas composition as a test.

A

1640

Heading

C

1641

{OFF|ON} Setting for specifying whether the methane number is calculated. Calculation of the methane number is optional and is disabled by default for licensing reasons.

A

1139

Heading

" Test Results

" Select └ Methane Number

" 14 Gas Analyzer Unit

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

120

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Serial Number │ │

A

3008

Display of the serial number of the measuring element. The display is only updated in the event of successful communication.

└ IP Address

E

5840

TCP/IP address of the measuring element

" Parameters

A

1143

Heading

├ Column Op. Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1144

{NG_5CB-HSA-X|BG_(5CB)-HSA-MS|NG_HSA5CB-X|BG_HSA-X-MS} The operating mode that is used to operate the PGC and that defines the device type is specified here. The setting options depend on the hardware configuration and cannot be changed during operation. Mode 1: Natural gas application, column assembly: 5CB-HSA-X (C6+ totalizing) Mode 2: Biogas application, column assembly: (5CB)-HSA-MS Mode 3: Natural gas application, column assembly: HSA-5CB-X (C6+ totalizing) Mode 4: Biogas application, column assembly: HSA-X-MS

├ Column Enable-1 │ │ │ │

E

1145

{OFF|ON} Activates column module #1 of the CP4900. Pressure, temperature and status messages for this module are not updated until after activation.

├ Column Enable-2 │ │ │ │

E

1146

{OFF|ON} Activates column module #2 of the CP4900. Pressure, temperature and status messages for this module are not updated until after activation.

├ Column Enable-3 │ │ │ │

E

1147

{OFF|ON} Activates column module #3 of the CP4900. Pressure, temperature and status messages for this module are not updated until after activation.

├ Chrom. File FTP │ │ │ │ │

C

1140

{NONE|GET} If this mode is set to GET, the chromatograms from the GC9300 are loaded from the measuring element via "Get FTP". The chromatograms require approx. 100 kB per analysis, 48 MB per day, 1.44 GB per month.

├ FlushChrom-file FTP │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1930

{NONE|GET} If this mode is set to GET, the last created chromatogram is loaded from the measuring element via "Get FTP" and stored on the SD card by the GC9300 during each FLUSHING cycle. The chromatograms need about 100 kByte per analysis.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Simulation Files │ │ │ │

C

1484

{NONE|WRITE} If this mode is set to WRITE, simulation files are written. This mode can be activated for service purposes. For normal operation it should be set to NONE.

├ Valve Default │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1148

{STREAM_1|STREAM_2|STREAM_3|STREAM_4 |REF_GAS|CAL_GAS|AUTOMATIC} The valve default must be set to AUTOMATIC in normal operation. The valve default switches automatic valve replacement OFF(!) and is only used in test mode. The selected valve is shown in black on the main screen.

├ Pressure Response Time │ │ │ │

E

s

1603

Maximum waiting time until pressure is stable after a stream change. If the pressure is not within the specified limits during this time, there is a switch to the next stream

├ Waiting Time │ │

A

s

1604

Waiting time after a canceled measurement. A new measurement is not started until the gas has left the column.

├ Max. Meas. Period │ │ │

E

s

1605

Maximum total duration of an analysis (including flushing and injection). If no end of measurement is detected within this time, a fault is output.

└ Max. pause time

E

min

1875

If the difference between actual time and the last finish time of an analysis exceeds the 'MaxPauseTime' the analyzer will execute a software reboot. If this value is 0 the analyzer will never automatically execute a reboot.

A

1149

Heading

A

1141

{NO|YES} Indicates whether there is a connection to the measuring element (YES/NO).

" Status ├ Connection Status │ │

121

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Element

122

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Instrument Status │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1150

{INITIALIZING|FLUSHING|RUNNING| STABILIZING|READY|ERROR|RECOV_ERR| BROKEN|NOT_READY| WAIT_FOR_EXT_READY|CLEANING} Status of the measuring element CP 4900. INITIALIZING: Initializing (startup of the system) FLUSHING: Flushing RUNNING: Measuring STABILIZING: Warming up READY: Ready for measurement ERROR: Fault RECOV_ERR: Fault during heating up phase BROKEN: Device fault detected NOT_READY: Not ready (internal test running) WAIT_FOR_EXT_READY: Waiting for external start signal CLEANING: Heating up phase

├ Instrument Cycle

A

5860

Duration of last complete analysis

├ Column Status-1 │ │ │ │

A

1151

{OK|WAIT|OFF} Status Column Module 1 OK: Ready WAIT: Waiting until p and T are stable OFF: Column module 1 not activated.

├ Column Status-2 │ │ │ │

A

1152

{OK|WAIT|OFF} Status Column Module 2 OK: Ready WAIT: Waiting until p and T are stable OFF: Column module 2 not activated.

├ Column Status-3 │ │ │ │

A

1153

{OK|WAIT|OFF} Status Column Module 3 OK: Ready WAIT: Waiting until p and T are stable OFF: Column module 3 not activated.

├ Current Runtime

A

s

1154

Runtime of the current analysis cycle

├ Housing Temperature

A

°C

1142

Temperature in measuring element housing

└ Ambient Pressure

A

bar

7276

Ambient Pressure (air pressure)

1155

Heading

" Column-1

A

├ Column Temp. Default │

A

°C

7278

Set value for the column temperature in column module 1 (set with the method)

├ Column Temperature │

A

°C

7280

Actual value for the column temperature in column module 1 (current measured value)

├ Injector Temp. Default │

A

°C

7282

Set value for the injector temperature in column module 1 (set with the method)

├ Injector Temperature │

A

°C

7284

Actual value for the injector temperature in column module 1 (current measured value)

├ Column Pressure Default │

A

bar

7286

Set value for the column pressure in column module 1 (set with the method)

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Element └ Column Pressure " Column-2

A

Unit

Modb.

Description

bar

7288

Actual value for the column pressure in column module 1 (current measured value)

1156

Heading

A

├ Column Temp. Default │

A

°C

7290

Set value for the column temperature in column module 2 (set with the method)

├ Column Temperature │

A

°C

7292

Actual value for the column temperature in column module 2 (current measured value)

├ Injector Temp. Default │

A

°C

7294

Set value for the injector temperature in column module 2 (set with the method)

├ Injector Temperature │

A

°C

7296

Actual value for the injector temperature in column module 2 (current measured value)

├ Column Pressure Default │

A

bar

7298

Set value for the column pressure in column module 2 (set with the method)

└ Column Pressure

A

bar

7300

Actual value for the column pressure in column module 2 (current measured value)

1157

Heading

" Column-3

A

├ Column Temp. Default │

A

°C

7302

Set value for the column temperature in column module 3 (set with the method)

├ Column Temperature │

A

°C

7304

Actual value for the column temperature in column module 3 (current measured value)

├ Injector Temp. Default │

A

°C

7306

Set value for the injector temperature in column module 3 (set with the method)

├ Injector Temperature │

A

°C

7308

Actual value for the injector temperature in column module 3 (current measured value)

├ Column Pressure Default │

A

bar

7310

Set value for the column pressure in column module 3 (set with the method)

└ Column Pressure

A

bar

7312

Actual value for the column pressure in column module 3 (current measured value)

1158

Heading

" Peaks

A

├ Column-1 Total │

A

peaks

1160

Number of peaks found in the chromatogram of column module 1 during the last measurement

├ Column-1 Named │ │

A

peaks

1161

Number of peaks identified in the chromatogram of column module 1 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

├ Column-1 Unnamed │ │

A

peaks

1162

Number of peaks not identified in the chromatogram of column module 1 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

├ Column-1 Added │ │

A

peaks

1637

Number of peaks used in addition (to the standard peak list) for the analysis for column module 1.

├ Column-2 Total │

A

peaks

1163

Number of peaks found in the chromatogram of column module 2 during the last measurement

├ Column-2 Named │ │

A

peaks

1164

Number of peaks identified in the chromatogram of column module 2 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

123

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Element

124

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Column-2 Unnamed │ │

A

peaks

1165

Number of peaks not identified in the chromatogram of column module 2 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

├ Column-2 Added │ │

A

peaks

1638

Number of peaks used in addition (to the standard peak list) for the analysis for column module 2.

├ Column-3 Total │

A

peaks

1166

Number of peaks found in the chromatogram of column module 3 during the last measurement

├ Column-3 Named │ │

A

peaks

1167

Number of peaks identified in the chromatogram of column module 3 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

├ Column-3 Unnamed │ │

A

peaks

1168

Number of peaks not identified in the chromatogram of column module 3 during the last measurement (as per standard peak list)

└ Column-3 Added

A

peaks

1639

Number of peaks used in addition (to the standard peak list) for the analysis for column module 3.

1169

Heading

" Pressure of Gas for Analysis

A

├ Pressure │

A

bar

7314

Pressure of the gas currently being measured (measuring gas, calibration gas or reference gas)

├ Start Value │ │ │

E

bar

7316

Lower adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of the measured gas (normally the pressure for an input current of 4 mA).

├ End Value │ │ │

E

bar

7318

Upper adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of the measured gas (normally the pressure for an input current of 20 mA).

├ Set Value │

E

bar

7320

Value set in the factory for the pressure of the gas currently being measured

├ Max. Deviation │ │ │

E

%

7322

Maximum permissible deviation for the pressure of the gas currently being measured. If the value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered and no further analysis is started.

├ Operating Mode │ │ │

E

1170

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the current input used for the pressure of the gas currently being measured.

└ Source

E

1171

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2|Current Input3|Current Input-4| Current Input-5|Current Input-6| Current Input-7|Current Input-8} Selection of the current input for the pressure of the gas currently being measured. Check the setting for the corresponding current input as well.

" Carrier Gas-I

A

1172

Heading

├ Pressure

A

7324

Input pressure of carrier gas 1 (helium)

bar

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Start Value │ │

E

bar

7326

Lower adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 1 (normally the pressure for an input current of 4 mA).

├ End Value │ │

E

bar

7328

Upper adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 1 (normally the pressure for an input current of 20 mA).

├ Set Value │

E

bar

7330

Value set in the factory for the pressure of carrier gas 1

├ Max. Deviation │ │ │

E

%

7332

Maximum permissible deviation for the pressure of carrier gas 1. If the value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered and no further analysis is started.

├ Operating Mode │ │

E

1173

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 1.

└ Source

E

1174

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2| Current Input3|Current Input-4| Current Input-5|Current Input-6| Current Input-7|Current Input-8} Selection of the current input for the pressure of carrier gas 1. Check the setting for the corresponding current input as well.

" Carrier Gas-II

A

1175

Heading

├ Pressure │

A

bar

7334

Input pressure of carrier gas 2 (argon, if available)

├ Start Value │ │

E

bar

7336

Lower adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 2 (normally the pressure for an input current of 4 mA).

├ End Value │ │

E

bar

7338

Upper adjustment limit for the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 2 (normally the pressure for an input current of 20 mA).

├ Set Value │

E

bar

7340

Value set in the factory for the pressure of carrier gas 2

├ Max. Deviation │ │ │

E

%

7342

Maximum permissible deviation for the pressure of carrier gas 2. If the value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered and no further analysis is started.

├ Operating Mode │ │

E

1176

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the current input used for the pressure of carrier gas 2.

└ Source

E

1177

{Current Input-1|Current Input-2| Current Input3|Current Input-4| Current Input-5|Current Input-6| Current Input-7|Current Input-8} Selection of the current input for the pressure of carrier gas 2. Check the setting for the corresponding current input as well.

" 15 In- and Outputs

A

1178

Heading

125

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Element

Modb.

Description

A

1179

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1180

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 1,2 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 1+,2-, ON: 1-,2+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7344

Calibrated measured value current input 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 1,2 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 1+,2-, ON: 1-,2+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7346

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3010

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7348

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

mA

7350

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

1181

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 1,2 OFF: 1+,2- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 1-,2+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1182

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 1,2 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current input-2

A

1183

Heading

" Current input-1

126

Unit

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

1184

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 2 Rear panel terminal X5 - 3,4 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 3+,4-, ON: 3-,4+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7352

Calibrated measured value current input 2 Rear panel terminal X5 - 3,4 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 3+,4-, ON: 3-,4+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7354

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3012

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7356

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

mA

7358

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

1185

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 2 Rear panel terminal X5 - 3,4 OFF: 3+,4- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 3-,4+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1186

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 2 Rear panel terminal X5 - 3,4 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current input-3

A

1187

Heading

E

1188

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 3 Rear panel terminal X5 - 5,6 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 5+,6-, ON: 5-,6+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

127

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

128

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7360

Calibrated measured value current input 3 Rear panel terminal X5 - 5,6 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 5+,6-, ON: 5-,6+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7362

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3014

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7364

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

mA

7366

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

1189

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 3 Rear panel terminal X5 - 5,6 OFF: 5+,6- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 5-,6+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1190

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 3 Rear panel terminal X5 - 5,6 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current input-4

A

1191

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1192

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 4 Rear panel terminal X6 - 1,2 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 1+,2-, ON: 1-,2+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

7368

Calibrated measured value current input 4 Rear panel terminal X6 - 1,2 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 1+,2-, ON: 1-,2+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

mA

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7370

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

3016

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7372

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

mA

7374

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

1193

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 4 Rear panel terminal X6 - 1,2 OFF: 1+,2- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 1-,2+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1194

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 4 Rear panel terminal X6 - 1,2 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current input-5

A

1195

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1196

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 5 Rear panel terminal X6 - 3,4 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 3+,4-, ON: 3-,4+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7376

Calibrated measured value current input 5 Rear panel terminal X6 - 3,4 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 3+,4-, ON: 3-,4+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7378

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3018

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

129

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Element

130

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7380

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

mA

7382

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

1197

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 5 Rear panel terminal X6 - 3,4 OFF: 3+,4- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 3-,4+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1198

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 5 Rear panel terminal X6 - 3,4 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current input-6

A

1199

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1200

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 6 Rear panel terminal X6 - 5,6 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 5+,6-, ON: 5-,6+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7384

Calibrated measured value current input 6 Rear panel terminal X6 - 5,6 Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 5+,6-, ON: 5-,6+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7386

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3020

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

7388

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

mA

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7390

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1201

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 6 Rear panel terminal X6 - 5,6 OFF: 5+,6- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 5-,6+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │

E

└ ADC Error

A

1202

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 6 Rear panel terminal X6 - 5,6 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

A

1203

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1204

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 7 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8 (Note: only available if X23 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 7+,8-, ON: 7-,8+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7392

Calibrated measured value current input 7 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8 (Note: only available if X23 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 7+,8-, ON: 7-,8+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7394

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3092

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

7396

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

" Current Input 7 Opt.

mA

131

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...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

132

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7398

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1205

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 7 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8 (Note: only available if X23 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) OFF: 7+,8- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 7-,8+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

└ ADC Error

A

1206

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 7 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 7,8 (Note: only available if X23 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

A

1207

Heading

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1208

{OFF|ON} Operating mode current input 8 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 9,10 (Note: only available if X45 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 9+,10-, ON: 9-,10+) In "OFF" operating mode, faults are suppressed and the measured value is set to 0.

├ Current Input │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

7400

Calibrated measured value current input 8 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 9,10 (Note: only available if X45 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) Polarity depends on "Power Supply" mode (OFF: 9+,10-, ON: 9-,10+) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

├ Current Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

mA

7402

Display of the uncorrected input current (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3024

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

7404

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

" Current Input 8 Opt.

mA

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7406

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1209

{OFF|ON} Power supply of current input 8 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 9,10 (Note: only available if X45 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) OFF: 9+,10- Sensor has a separate power supply ON: 9-,10+ Sensor is actively supplied with 24 V by the GC9300.

├ Upper Adjustment Value │ │ │

E

├ Power Supply │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

└ ADC Error

A

1210

{OK|FAULT} Fault status current input 8 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 9,10 (Note: only available if X45 1+3,2+4 is bridged inside the device) OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range FAULT: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Current Input-1

A

1211

Heading

7408

Value current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Currently output current in mA (is either the calculated value or the default value depending on the setting for the "Operating Mode" parameter).

├ Current Output │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

├ Physical Value │ │ │ │

A

7410

Physical value assigned to current output 1. Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 The value that was defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Phys. Min. Value │ │ │ │

E

7412

Physical minimum value current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Defines the start of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 0/4 mA.

├ Phys. Max. Value │ │ │ │

E

7414

Physical maximum value current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Defines the end of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 20 mA.

├ Unit Phys. Value │ │ │ │

A

5280

Unit physical value current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 The unit for the physical value that is defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

133

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Element

134

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7416

Default value current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 The default value is used if the operating mode is set to "DEFAULT". Note: The maximum value of 25 mA cannot normally be output. This value can be set for testing purposes. A typical max. value is 21 .. 22 mA.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1212

{OFF|0-20MA|420MA|DEFAULT|CAL_4MA|CAL_20MA} Operating mode current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 DEFAULT: Value of "Default Value" parameter is output. 0-20MA / 4-20MA: Current output range. CAL_4MA / CAL_20MA: Output calibration current 4/20 mA, OFF: Current output deactivated (0 mA)

├ Limit Value Violation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1213

{FAULT|WARNING} Response to limit value violation current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 FAULT: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, an alarm message is output WARNING: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, a warning is output.

├ Select │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1214

Selection of Modbus address for current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Modbus address of the parameter that is selected as a physical value for output as current (only if the "Operating Mode" parameter is set to "0-20MA" or "4-20MA").

├ Select Text-1 │ │ │

A

5300

Display text 1 for current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Heading text for the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Select Text-2 │ │ │

A

5320

Display text 2 for current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 Name of the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

7418

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the output range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

Reg

mA

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Element └ Upper Adjustment Value

" Current Input-2

E

Unit

Modb.

Description

mA

7420

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the output range (20 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1215

Heading

7422

Value current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Currently output current in mA (is either the calculated value or the default value depending on the setting for the "Operating Mode" parameter).

A

├ Current Output │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

├ Physical Value │ │ │ │

A

7424

Physical value assigned to current output 2. Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 The value that was defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Phys. Min. Value │ │ │ │

E

7426

Physical minimum value current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Defines the start of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 0/4 mA.

├ Phys. Max. Value │ │ │ │

E

7428

Physical maximum value current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Defines the end of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 20 mA.

├ Unit Phys. Value │ │ │ │

A

5340

Unit physical value current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 The unit for the physical value that is defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

7430

Default value current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 The default value is used if the operating mode is set to "DEFAULT". Note: The maximum value of 25 mA cannot normally be output. This value can be set for testing purposes. A typical max. value is 21 .. 22 mA.

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1216

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA|DEFAULT| CAL_4MA|CAL_20MA} Operating mode current output 1 Rear panel terminal X4 - 1,2 DEFAULT: Value of "Default Value" parameter is output. 0-20MA / 4-20MA: Current output range. CAL_4MA / CAL_20MA: Output calibration current 4/20 mA, OFF: Current output deactivated (0 mA)

mA

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Element

136

Unit

Modb.

Description

1217

{FAULT|WARNING} Response to limit value violation current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 FAULT: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, an alarm message is output WARNING: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, a warning is output

1218

Selection of Modbus address for current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Modbus address of the parameter that is selected as a physical value for output as current (only if the "Operating Mode" parameter is set to "0-20MA" or "4-20MA").

├ Limit Value Violation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Select │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Select Text-1 │ │ │

A

5360

Display text 1 for current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Heading text for the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Select Text-2 │ │ │

A

5380

Display text 2 for current output 2 Rear panel terminal X4 - 3,4 Name of the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7432

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the output range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

└ Upper Adjustment Value

E

mA

7434

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the output range (20 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1219

Heading

7436

Value current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Currently output current in mA (is either the calculated value or the default value depending on the setting for the "Operating Mode" parameter).

" Current Input-3

Reg

A

├ Current Output │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

├ Physical Value │ │ │ │

A

7438

Physical value assigned to current output 3. Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 The value that was defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Phys. Min. Value │ │ │ │

E

7440

Physical minimum value current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Defines the start of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 0/4 mA.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Phys. Max. Value │ │ │ │

E

7442

Physical maximum value current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Defines the end of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 20 mA.

├ Unit Phys. Value │ │ │ │

A

5400

Unit physical value current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 The unit for the physical value that is defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

mA

7444

Default value current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 The default value is used if the operating mode is set to "DEFAULT". Note: The maximum value of 25 mA cannot normally be output. This value can be set for testing purposes. A typical max. value is 21 .. 22 mA.

E

1220

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA|DEFAULT| CAL_4MA|CAL_20MA} Operating mode current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 DEFAULT: Value of "Default Value" parameter is output. 0-20MA / 4-20MA: Current output range. CAL_4MA / CAL_20MA: Output calibration current 4/20 mA, OFF: Current output deactivated (0 mA)

├ Limit Value Violation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1221

{FAULT|WARNING} Response to limit value violation current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 FAULT: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, an alarm message is output WARNING: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, a warning is output.

├ Select │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1222

Selection of Modbus address for current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Modbus address of the parameter that is selected as a physical value for output as current (only if the "Operating Mode" parameter is set to "0-20MA" or "4-20MA").

├ Select Text-1 │ │ │

A

5420

Display text 1 for current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Heading text for the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

Reg

137

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Element

138

Unit

Modb.

Description

5440

Display text 2 for current output 3 Rear panel terminal X4 - 5,6 Name of the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Select Text-2 │ │ │

A

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7446

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the output range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

└ Upper Adjustment Value

E

mA

7448

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the output range (20 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1223

Heading

7450

Value current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Currently output current in mA (is either the calculated value or the default value depending on the setting for the "Operating Mode" parameter).

" Current Input-4

A

├ Current Output │ │ │ │ │

A

mA

├ Physical Value │ │ │ │

A

7452

Physical value assigned to current output 4. Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 The value that was defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Phys. Min. Value │ │ │ │

E

7454

Physical minimum value current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Defines the start of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 0/4 mA.

├ Phys. Max. Value │ │ │ │

E

7456

Physical maximum value current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Defines the end of the measuring range of the selected physical measured variable and is output as a current of 20 mA.

├ Unit Phys. Value │ │ │ │

A

5460

Unit physical value current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 The unit for the physical value that is defined under the "Select" parameter in the form of the Modbus address is displayed.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

7458

Default value current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 The default value is used if the operating mode is set to "DEFAULT". Note: The maximum value of 25 mA cannot normally be output. This value can be set for testing purposes. A typical max. value is 21 .. 22 mA.

mA

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Element

Unit

├ Operating Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Limit Value Violation │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Select │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ Select Text-1 │ │ │

Modb.

Description

1224

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA|DEFAULT| CAL_4MA|CAL_20MA} Operating mode current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 DEFAULT: Value of "Default Value" parameter is output. 0-20MA / 4-20MA: Current output range. CAL_4MA / CAL_20MA: Output calibration current 4/20 mA, OFF: Current output deactivated (0 mA)

1225

{FAULT|WARNING} Response to limit value violation current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 FAULT: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, an alarm message is output WARNING: If the current value falls short of/exceeds 0/4 mA or 20 mA, a warning is output

1226

Selection of Modbus address for current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Modbus address of the parameter that is selected as a physical value for output as current (only if the "Operating Mode" parameter is set to "0-20MA" or "4-20MA").

A

5480

Display text 1 for current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Heading text for the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Select Text-2 │ │ │

A

5500

Display text 2 for current output 4 Rear panel terminal X4 - 7,8 Name of the physical value that is defined under "Select" via the Modbus address.

├ Lower Adjustment │Value │ │

E

mA

7460

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the output range (4 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

└ Upper Adjustment Value

E

mA

7462

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the output range (20 mA). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

1227

Heading

7464

Calibrated measured value temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

" Temperature-1 ├ Temperature-1 │ │ │

Reg

A A

°C

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Element

140

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Transmitter Type │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1228

{DEFAULT|PT100|PT1000} Transmitter type temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 Transmitter configuration: PT100, PT1000: Transmitter type DEFAULT: The "Default Value" parameter is used.

├ Open Circuit │ │ │ │

E

1229

{OFF|ON} Open circuit of temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 OFF: Open circuit detection is deactivated ON: Open circuit detection is activated.

├ ADC Error │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1230

{OK|ERROR} Fault status temperature input 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range ERROR: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3026

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ R Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

ohms

7466

Display of the uncorrected resistance measured value (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ R Calibrated │ │ │

A

ohms

7468

Display of the corrected resistance measured value (with use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Temp. Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

°C

7470

Display of the uncorrected temperature (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT100 Lower Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7472

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 100). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT100 Upper Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7474

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 100). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT1000 Lower Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7476

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 1000). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ PT1000 Upper Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7478

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 1000). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Warning Limit │ │ │

E

°C

7514

Lower warning limit temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 If this temperature value is not reached, a warning is triggered

├ Upper Warning Limit │ │ │

E

°C

7516

Upper warning limit temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 If this temperature value is exceeded, a warning is triggered.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │

E

°C

7480

Lower alarm limit temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 If this temperature value is not reached, an alarm is triggered.

├ Upper Fault Limit │ │ │

E

°C

7482

Upper alarm limit temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 If this temperature value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │

E

°C

7484

Default value temperature 1 Rear panel terminal X5 - 7,8,9,10 The default value is used if the transmitter type is set to "DEFAULT" or when there is an alarm present.

├ Mode: Current input │ │ │ │ │ │

E

°C

1908

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the current input used for temperature 1. Only to be set if current input 1 to current input 8 is selected for the transmitter type. For the transmitter types 'DEFAULT', 'PT100' and 'PT1000' this parameter has to be set to 'OFF'.

├ Start value │ │

E

°C

21176

Lower adjustment limit for the current input used for temperature 1. (normally the temperature for an input current of 4 mA).

└ Stop value

E

°C

21178

Upper adjustment limit for the current input used for temperature 1. (normally the temperature for an input current of 20 mA).

1231

Heading

7486

Calibrated measured value temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: only available if X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 are bridged inside the device) The corresponding adjustment values are taken into account.

" Temperature-2 Opt.

A

├ Temperature-2 │ │ │ │ │ │

A

°C

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Element

142

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Transmitter Type │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1232

{DEFAULT|PT100} Transmitter type temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45,X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) Transmitter configuration: PT100, PT1000: Transmitter type DEFAULT: The "Default Value" parameter is used.

├ Open Circuit │ │ │ │ │

E

1233

{OFF|ON} Open circuit of temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) OFF: Open circuit detection is deactivated ON: Open circuit detection is activated.

├ ADC Error │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1234

{OK|ERROR} Fault status temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range ERROR: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3028

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ R Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

ohms

7488

Display of the uncorrected resistance measured value (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ R Calibrated │ │ │

A

ohms

7490

Display of the corrected resistance measured value (with use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Temp. Uncalibrated │ │ │

A

°C

7492

Display of the uncorrected temperature (without use of the adjustment values). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT100 Lower Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7494

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 100). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT100 Upper Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7496

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 100). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ PT1000 Lower Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7498

Adjustment value for the lower limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 1000). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ PT1000 Upper Adj. │ │ │ │

E

°C

7500

Adjustment value for the upper limit of the measuring range (for measurement with PT 1000). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Lower Warning Limit │ │ │ │

E

°C

7518

Lower warning limit temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) If this temperature value is not reached, a warning is triggered.

├ Upper Warning Limit │ │ │ │

E

°C

7520

Upper warning limit temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) If this temperature value is exceeded, a warning is triggered.

├ Lower Fault Limit │ │ │ │

E

°C

7502

Lower alarm limit temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) If this temperature value is not reached, an alarm is triggered.

├ Upper Fault Limit │ │ │ │

E

°C

7504

Upper alarm limit temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) If this temperature value is exceeded, an alarm is triggered.

├ Default Value │ │ │ │ │

E

°C

7506

Default value temperature 2 (optional) Rear panel terminal X6 - 7,8,9,10 (Note: X45, X23 1+3, 2+4 must be bridged.) The default value is used if the transmitter type is set to "DEFAULT" or when there is an alarm present.

├ Mode: Current input │ │ │ │ │ │

E

°C

21180

{OFF|0-20MA|4-20MA} Operating mode of the current input used for temperature 2. Only to be set if current input 1 to current input 8 is selected for the transmitter type. For the transmitter types 'DEFAULT', 'PT100' and 'PT1000' this parameter has to be set to 'OFF'.

├ Start value │ │

E

°C

21182

Lower adjustment limit for the current input used for temperature 2. (normally the temperature for an input current of 4 mA).

└ Stop value

E

°C

1909

Upper adjustment limit for the current input used for temperature 2. (normally the temperature for an input current of 20 mA).

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Element

144

Unit

Modb.

Description

" Internal Measured Values

A

1235

Heading

├ Device Temp. Mode │ │ │

E

1236

{OFF|ON} Mode device temperature OFF: Measurement of device temperature off ON: Measurement of device temperature on.

├ Device Temperature

A

°C

7508

Device temperature in degrees Celsius

├ Resistance Value │ │ │

A

ohms

7510

Display of the uncorrected resistance measured value (without use of the offset value). This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ ADC Binary Value │ │

A

3030

Binary value generated by the A/D converter. This value is not displayed in the user profile USER.

├ Temp. Offset │ │

E

7512

Offset device temperature Measurement of the device temperature can be calibrated with this adjustment parameter.

└ ADC Error

A

1237

{OK|ERROR} Fault status of device temperature measurement OK: Analog/digital converter within measuring range ERROR: Analog/digital converter outside of measuring range.

" Digital Outputs

A

1529

Heading

1530

Digital Outputs 1 - 12 Display of the status of outputs 1 - 12 as a hexadecimal value e.g.: 0801h -> outputs 1 and 12 connected.

1254

{OFF|ON} Test mode for the digital outputs. For SERVICE use only. The operating mode of the GC9300 must be set to STOP. The current valve positions will be lost.

1255

Bit pattern, which is output at the digital outputs as a hexadecimal value. The following modes must be activated: - Test Mode Dig. Out. = ON - GC9300 operating mode = STOP

1262

Heading

3042

Digital Inputs 1 - 20 Display of the open inputs 1 - 20 as a hexadecimal value e.g.: 00801h -> inputs 1 and 12 open inputs 2 through 11 and 13 through 20 closed

├ Digital Outputs │ │ │

A

├ Test Mode Dig. Out. │ │ │ │ │

E

└ Test Binary Value

E

" Digital Inputs DI

A

├ Inputs 1-12 │ │ │ │

A

°C

hex

hex

hex

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-1 │ │ │ │ │

A

1240

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 1 Rear panel terminal X7 - 1,2 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-2 │ │ │ │ │

A

1241

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 2 Rear panel terminal X7 - 3,4 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-3 │ │ │ │ │

A

1242

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 3 Rear panel terminal X7 - 5,6 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-4 │ │ │ │ │

A

1243

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 4 Rear panel terminal X7 - 7,8 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-5 │ │ │ │ │

A

1244

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 5 Rear panel terminal X7 - 9,10 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-6 │ │ │ │ │

A

1245

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 6 Rear panel terminal X8 - 1,2 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-7 │ │ │ │ │

A

1246

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 7 Rear panel terminal X8 - 3,4 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-8 │ │ │ │ │

A

1247

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 8 Rear panel terminal X8 - 5,6 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

145

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Element

146

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-9 │ │ │ │ │

A

1248

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 9 Rear panel terminal X8 - 7,8 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-10 │ │ │ │ │

A

1249

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 10 Rear panel terminal X8 - 9,10 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-11 │ │ │ │

A

1250

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 11 Rear panel terminal X3 - 9,10 Passive input, Umax = 30 V Not suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-12 │ │ │ │

A

1251

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 12 Rear panel terminal X4 - 9,10 Passive input, Umax = 30 V Not suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-13 │ │ │ │ │

A

1252

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 13 Rear panel terminal X9 - 1,2 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-14 │ │ │ │ │

A

1253

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 14 Rear panel terminal X9 - 3,4 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-15 │ │ │ │ │

A

1260

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 15 Rear panel terminal X9 - 5,6 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-16 │ │ │ │ │

A

1261

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 16 Rear panel terminal X9 - 7,8 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-17 │ │ │ │ │

A

1256

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 17 Rear panel terminal X9 - 9,10 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-18 │ │ │ │ │

A

1257

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 18 Rear panel terminal X10 - 1,2 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

├ DI-19 │ │ │ │ │

A

1258

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 19 Rear panel terminal X10 - 3,4 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

└ DI-20

A

1259

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital input 20 Rear panel terminal X10 - 5,6 Active input, Uout = 5 V, Iout = 13 mA (typical values) Suitable for transistor, relay and switch.

A

1531

Heading

├ DI-1 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1509

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 1 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-2 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1510

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 2 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-3 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1511

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 3 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

" DI Parameters

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Element

148

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-4 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1512

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 4 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-5 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1513

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 5 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-6 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1514

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 6 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-7 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1515

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 7 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-8 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1516

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 8 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-9 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1517

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 9 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-10 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1518

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 10 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-11 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1519

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 11 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-12 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1520

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 12 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-13 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1521

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 13 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-14 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1522

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 14 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-15 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1523

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 15 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

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Element

150

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-16 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1524

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 16 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-17 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1525

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 17 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-18 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1526

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 18 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-19 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1527

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 19 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-20 Warning if │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1528

{OPEN|CLOSED} Digital contact input 20 The switching state for which a warning is generated is defined here. OPEN or CLOSED input. For activation, the mode for this input must be set. If the mode is OFF, no warning is generated.

├ DI-1 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1487

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 1 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-2 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1488

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 2 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-3 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1489

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 3 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-4 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1490

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 4 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-5 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1491

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 5 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-6 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1492

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 6 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-7 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1493

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 7 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-8 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1494

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 8 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-9 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1495

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 9 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

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Element

152

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-10 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1496

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 10 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-11 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1497

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 11 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-12 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1498

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 12 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-13 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1499

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 13 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-14 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1500

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 14 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-15 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1501

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 15 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-16 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1502

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 16 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-17 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1503

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 17 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-18 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1504

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 18 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-19 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1505

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 19 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-20 Mode │ │ │ │ │

C

1506

{OFF|WARNING} Digital contact input 20 Operating mode of the digital input. First menu item is OFF: No function Second menu item WARNING: Generates a warning

├ DI-1 Warning Text │ │

C

6060

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 1 can be entered here.

├ DI-2 Warning Text │ │

C

6080

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 2 can be entered here.

├ DI-3 Warning Text │ │

C

6100

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 3 can be entered here.

├ DI-4 Warning Text │ │

C

6120

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 4 can be entered here.

├ DI-5 Warning Text │ │

C

6140

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 5 can be entered here.

├ DI-6 Warning Text │ │

C

6160

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 6 can be entered here.

├ DI-7 Warning Text │ │

C

6180

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 7 can be entered here.

├ DI-8 Warning Text │ │

C

6200

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 8 can be entered here.

├ DI-9 Warning Text │ │

C

6220

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 9 can be entered here.

├ DI-10 Warning Text │ │

C

6240

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 10 can be entered here.

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ANNEX

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Element

154

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DI-11 Warning Text │ │

C

6260

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 11 can be entered here.

├ DI-12 Warning Text │ │

C

6280

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 12 can be entered here.

├ DI-13 Warning Text │ │

C

6300

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 13 can be entered here.

├ DI-14 Warning Text │ │

C

6320

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 14 can be entered here.

├ DI-15 Warning Text │ │

C

6340

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 15 can be entered here.

├ DI-16 Warning Text │ │

C

6360

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 16 can be entered here.

├ DI-17 Warning Text │ │

C

6380

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 17 can be entered here.

├ DI-18 Warning Text │ │

C

6400

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 18 can be entered here.

├ DI-19 Warning Text │ │

C

6420

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 19 can be entered here.

└ DI-20 Warning Text

C

6440

A name (max. 20 characters) for the warning that is received via contact input 20 can be entered here.

" 16 Serial Ports

A

1268

Heading

├ COM-1 Status

A

5520

Status indicator for serial interface COM1

├ COM-2 Status

A

5540

Status indicator for serial interface COM2

├ COM-3 Status

A

5560

Status indicator for serial interface COM3

├ COM-4 Status

A

5580

Status indicator for serial interface COM4

├ COM-5 Status

A

5600

Status indicator for serial interface COM5

├ COM-6 Status

A

5620

Status indicator for serial interface COM6

└ COM-7 Status

A

5640

Status indicator for serial interface COM7

" COM1

A

1269

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1270

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM1

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1271

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM1

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Protocol │

N

1272

{OFF|MODBUS-RTU|MODBUS-ASCII} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM1

├ Modbus Address │

N

1273

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM1 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1274

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM1 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1275

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM1 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

└ Modbus User List

N

1611

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM1.

A

1276

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1277

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM2

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1278

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM2

├ Protocol │

N

1279

{OFF|Wago-IO|GPS170} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM2

├ Modbus Address │

N

1280

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM2 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1281

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM2 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1282

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM2 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

└ Modbus User List

N

1612

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM2.

A

1283

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1284

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM3

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1285

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM3

" COM2

" COM3

155

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ANNEX

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Element

156

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Protocol │ │

N

1286

{OFF|DSfG|MODBUS-RTU| MODBUS-ASCII|RMGBUS} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM3

├ Modbus Address │

N

1287

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM3 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1288

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM3 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1289

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM3 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

└ Modbus User List

N

1613

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM3.

A

1290

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1291

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM4

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1292

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM4

└ Protocol

N

1293

{OFF|DSfG|RMGBUS} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM4

" COM5 WinCE(C2)

A

1294

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1295

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM5

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1296

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM5

├ Protocol │

N

1297

{OFF|MODBUS-RTU|MODBUS-ASCII} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM5

├ Modbus Address │

N

1298

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM5 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1299

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM5 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1300

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM5 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

" COM4

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Modb.

Description

N

1614

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM5.

" COM6 WinCE(C3)

A

1301

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1302

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM6

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1303

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM6

├ Protocol │

N

1304

{OFF|MODBUS-RTU|MODBUS-ASCII| RMGBUS} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM6

├ Modbus Address │

N

1305

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM6 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1306

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM6 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1307

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM6 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

└ Modbus User List

N

1615

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM6.

" COM7 WinCE(C1)

A

1308

Heading

├ Baud Rate │ │

N

1309

{300|600|1200|2400|4800|9600|19200|38 400|57600|115200} Baud rate for serial interface COM7

├ Data Bits │ │ │

N

1310

{8N1|8E1|8O1|7N1|7E1|7O1|8N2|8E2| 8O2|7N2|7E2|7O2} Selection of data bits/parity/stop bits for serial interface COM7

├ Protocol │

N

1311

{OFF|MODBUS-RTU|MODBUS-ASCII} Selection of protocol for serial interface COM7

├ Modbus Address │

N

1312

Modbus address (1 through 247) for serial interface COM7 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │

N

1313

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus text mode for serial interface COM7 if Modbus protocol selected.

├ Modbus Register Offset │ │ │

N

1314

Modbus register offset (0/1) for serial interface COM7 depending on Modbus specification. Some of the register definitions of other device manufacturers contain this offset.

└ Modbus User List

Unit

157

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ANNEX

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Element

Modb.

Description

N

1616

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for the serial interface COM7.

A

1315

Heading

├ LAN-1 Status │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1468

{NON_OPERATIONAL|UNREACHABLE| DISCONNECTED|CONNECTING| CONNECTED|OPERATIONAL} Status of the LAN-1 network The messages originate from the Windows CE operating system and are documented on the Internet. ---------------------------------------Recommended LAN-1 and LAN-2 configuration >>> LAN-1 (RMG network): - GC9300 - CP4900 - Service PC (ProStation, RMGViewGC) - Web server active - DHCP server active - Modbus TCP/IP active (for RMGView) LAN-2 (customer network): - DSfG RDT active - Web server active - DHCP server NOT active - Modbus TCP/IP active - ...

└ LAN-2 Status

A

1469

{NON_OPERATIONAL|UNREACHABLE| DISCONNECTED|CONNECTING| CONNECTED|OPERATIONAL} Status of the LAN-2 network The messages originate from the Windows CE operating system and are documented on the Internet. ---------------------------------------Recommended LAN-1 and LAN-2 configuration >>> LAN-1 (RMG network): - GC9300 - CP4900 - Service PC (ProStation, RMGViewGC) - Web server active - DHCP server active - Modbus TCP/IP active (for RMGView) LAN-2 (customer network): - DSfG RDT active - Web server active - DHCP server NOT active - Modbus TCP/IP active - ...

└ Modbus User List

" 17 Network

158

Unit

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ANNEX

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Element

Modb.

Description

A

1470

Heading

├ LAN-1 IP Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1473

{FIX_IP|AUTO_IP} IP settings can be assigned automatically if the network supports this function. Otherwise, set a fixed IP address. ---------------------------------------------------------------AUTO_IP: Get IP address automatically (via DHCP) FIX_IP : Use the set IP address ---------------------------------------------------------------Note: If the AUTO_IP setting is used, the GC9300 **MUST** be restarted; check the DHCP server and update the IP address assigned by the DHCP server. A fixed IP address should always be set for LAN1 (RMG LAN).

├ LAN-1 IP from DHCP │ │

A

6540

Current or last IP address for LAN-1 assigned by the server. If no assignment has ever been made, "not found" is displayed.

├ LAN-1 IP Address │ │ │ │ │

E

5880

This is the IP address for LAN-1. The address consists of four numbers between 0 and 255, separated by dots. Example: 192.168.20.1 This address is only used if DHCP mode is set to FIX_IP.

├ LAN-1 Subnet Mask │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

5900

The subnet mask is a bitmask, which specifies how many bits at the start of the displayed IP address make up the network prefix when describing IP networks using the IPv4 network protocol. Example: >>> IP address 11000000 10101000 00000001 10000001 192:168:001:129 AND netmask 11111111 11111111 11111111 00000000 255:255:255:000 = network part 11000000 10101000 00000001 00000000 192:168:001:000 IP address 11000000 10101000 00000001 10000001 192:168:001:129 AND NOT netmask 00000000 00000000 00000000 11111111 000:000:000:255 = host part 00000000 00000000 00000000 10000001 000:000:000:129

" Addresses

Unit

159

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Element

160

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ LAN-1 Default Gateway │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

5920

Default gateway: If the GC9300 wishes to send an IP packet to another IP address, it first analyzes the destination IP address. If it determines that the destination IP address is in its own network, it sends the packet immediately. >>> For all other destination IP addresses, it sends the IP packet to the default gateway. The default gateway node hopefully then knows how to proceed.

├ LAN-1 DNS Server

E

6620

Address of the DNS server for LAN-1

├ LAN-1 MAC Address

A

6580

MAC address of LAN interface 1

├ LAN-2 IP Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1474

{FIX_IP|AUTO_IP} IP settings can be assigned automatically if the network supports this function. Otherwise, set a fixed IP address. ---------------------------------------------------------------AUTO_IP: Get IP address automatically (via DHCP) FIX_IP : Use the set IP address ---------------------------------------------------------------Note: If the AUTO_IP setting is used, the GC9300 **MUST** be restarted; check the DHCP server and update the IP address assigned by the DHCP server. A fixed IP address should always be set for LAN1 (RMG LAN).

├ LAN-2 IP from DHCP │ │

A

6560

Current or last IP address for LAN-2 assigned by the server. If no assignment has ever been made, "not found" is displayed.

├ LAN-2 IP Address │ │ │ │ │

E

5940

This is the IP address for LAN-2. The address consists of four numbers between 0 and 255, separated by dots. Example: 192.168.20.1 This address is only used if DHCP mode is set to FIX_IP.

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ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

5960

The subnet mask is a bitmask, which specifies how many bits at the start of the displayed IP address make up the network prefix when describing IP networks using the IPv4 network protocol. Example: >>> IP address 11000000 10101000 00000001 10000001 192:168:001:129 AND netmask 11111111 11111111 11111111 00000000 255:255:255:000 = network part 11000000 10101000 00000001 00000000 192:168:001:000 IP address 11000000 10101000 00000001 10000001 192:168:001:129 AND NOT netmask 00000000 00000000 00000000 11111111 000:000:000:255 = host part 00000000 00000000 00000000 10000001 000:000:000:129

├ LAN-2 Subnet Mask │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

├ LAN-2 Default Gateway │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

5980

Default gateway: If the GC9300 wishes to send an IP packet to another IP address, it first analyzes the destination IP address. If it determines that the destination IP address is in its own network, it sends the packet immediately. >>> For all other destination IP addresses, it sends the IP packet to the default gateway. The default gateway node hopefully then knows how to proceed.

├ LAN-2 DNS Server

E

6640

Address of the DNS server for LAN-2

└ LAN-2 MAC Address

A

6600

MAC address of LAN interface 2

A

1471

Heading

├ DHCP Server Mode │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1472

{OFF|LAN-1|LAN-2} The DHCP server supports assignment of the network configuration to clients. The connection between the GC9300 and CP4900 must be implemented using fixed IP addresses. DHCP can be used for an occasionally present service PC, for example. >>> Problem: The DHCP server must be operational before all other devices in the same network.

├ DHCP Lease Time │ │

E

1476

DHCP lease time is the time value that specifies how long a client may use the assigned IP configuration.

├ DHCP Addr. Number │

E

1475

This is the number of addresses that are managed by the DHCP server.

" DHCP Server

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161

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ANNEX

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Element

162

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DHCP Start Addr. │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

6000

Start address of the address range managed by the DHCP server. This address range must take the IP addresses for LAN-1 and LAN-2 into account. Fixed and automatically assigned IP addresses must be in separate ranges. >>> Example: --------GC9300 192.168.20.1 (fixed IP) CP4900 192.168.20.2 (fixed IP) DHCP 192.168.20.10 (length = 10) ... DHCP 192.168.20.19 A laptop connected to the system receives an address in the range 192.168.20.10 ... 192.168.20.19

├ DHCP Server DNS │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

6020

This is the address of the DNS (Domain Name Server) that the DHCP server sends to the client. DNS is used for name resolution in the network. A computer name (hostname) is thus translated into an IP address, for example. The GC9300 does not require DNS, which means that this field can be left blank.

└ DHCP Server Domain

E

6040

This is the name of the domain that the DHCP server sends to the client.

A

1477

Heading

├ Web Server │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1478

{OFF|LAN-1|LAN-2|BOTH} Defines the LAN port for the Web server. The following options are possible: OFF : No Web server available LAN-1: Web server on LAN-1 only LAN-2: Web server on LAN-2 only BOTH: Web server available on LAN-1 and LAN-2

├ DSFG RDT │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1479

{OFF|LAN-1|LAN-2|BOTH} Defines the LAN port for DSFG remote data transmission. The following options are possible: OFF : No RDT available LAN-1: RDT on LAN-1 only LAN-2: RDT on LAN-2 only BOTH: RDT available on LAN-1 and LAN-2

├ Modbus TCP/IP │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1480

{OFF|LAN-1|LAN-2|BOTH} Defines the LAN port for the Modbus TCP/IP. The following options are possible: OFF : No Modbus TCP/IP available LAN-1: Modbus on LAN-1 only LAN-2: Modbus on LAN-2 only BOTH: Modbus available on LAN-1 and LAN-2

" Services

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ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Modbus Address │ │

N

1317

Modbus TCP/IP device address (ID) This address may only be assigned once per bus.

├ Modbus Text Mode │ │ │ │

N

1318

{ANSI|UNICODE} Modbus TCP/IP text mode Text can be transmitted as ASCII or UNICODE characters. The setting depends on the recipient.

└ Modbus User List │ │

N

1617

{OFF|ON} Selects whether the customer-specific Modbus configuration is used for Modbus TCP/IP.

├ Remote control │ │

A

1937

{Inactive|Active} Remote Control: Shows if the remote control is enabled or disabled.

├ Rc: port │ │ │

E

1938

Remote Control Port: Port which is opened in the registry of the GC9300. The port has to be 4831 if the gas station ist metrological approved.

├ Rc: interface │ │

E

1914

{OFF|LAN-1|LAN-2|BOTH} Remote Control Interface: Interface which provides the remote control function.

├ Rc: mode │ │ │ │

E

1915

{VIEW|MOUSE|KEY} VIEW: Display of the screen only MOUSE: Operation using a mouse KEYS: Operation using a mouse and text input via keyboard

└ Rc: password

B

30900

Remote Control Passwort: Has to be the same as in RMGViewGC (default: 12345)

A

1561

Heading

├ Device ID │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

6460

Display and parameterization of the device ID for remote data transmission access via DSfG-BIP. The device ID is requested by the central software during the login procedure. Note: The device ID must contain exactly 12 characters. The characters must consist of the digits "0...9" or the letters "A-Z" and "a-z". Blanks, umlauts and special characters are not permitted. This restriction is due to the fact that DSfG uses a 7-bit code for data transmission.

└ Remote Data Transmission

A

1562

{Offline|DSfG Bus 1|DSfG Bus 2} The DSfG bus used for connection of active remote data transmission via DSfG-B-IP is displayed here. If there is no active remote data transmission, the text 'OFFLINE' is shown.

" Bus-1 (COM3)

A

1563

Heading

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ANNEX

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Element

164

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ GC Entity Type │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1564

{G-ENTITY|Q-ENTITY} The GC entity type is set here. The entity type applies to all GCs on DSfG bus 1. The options available for selection are entity G, the 'old' gas quality entity recognizable in DSfG data element names beginning with the lowercase letter 'd', and entity Q, the 'new' gas quality entity recognizable in data element names beginning with the lowercase letter 'q'. The entity type can vary on all DSfG buses of the GC9300.

├ GC Entity S1 │ │ │ │

C

1565

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 1 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S2 │ │ │

C

1566

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 2 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S3 │ │ │

C

1567

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 3 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S4 │ │ │

C

1568

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 4 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S1 │ │ │ │

C

1569

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 1 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S2 │ │ │

C

1570

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 2 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S3 │ │ │

C

1571

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 3 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S4 │ │ │

C

1572

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 4 in multistream mode.

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ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Wieser S1 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1573

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 1 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S2 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1574

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 2 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S3 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1575

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 3 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S4 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1576

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 1 stream 4 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ IP Entity │ │ │ │ │

C

1577

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the remote data transmission entity via DSfG-B-IP. If you wish to use the DSfG-B-IP access for bus 1, a DSfG address must be assigned here.

├ Password │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

6480

Password for remote data transmission access via DSfG-B-IP on DSfG bus 1. Note: The password must contain exactly 16 characters. The characters must consist of the digits "0...9" or the letters "A-Z" and "a-z". Blanks, umlauts and special characters are not permitted. This restriction is due to the fact that DSfG uses a 7-bit code for data transmission. The password is used to decide which of the available DSfG buses on the GC is used for the connection to the central station. It is therefore extremely important that the passwords for each bus are different.

165

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ANNEX

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Element

166

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Freeze Allowed │ │

C

1578

{OFF|ON} Allows the triggering of a freeze attention telegram on DSfG bus 1.

├ Time Sync. Source │ │ │ │

E

1579

{OFF|ON} Allows the triggering of a time synchronization telegram on DSfG bus 1. If activated, the GC is the timing element for all other devices on DSfG bus 1.

└ Allowed Ext. Addresses

C

6500

When remote data transmission via DSfG-B-IP is activated, here you specify which external DSfG devices on bus 1 are to be visible for the central station. The internal devices are visible for the central station if they have been assigned a DSfG address.

A

1580

Heading

├ GC Entity Type │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1581

{G-ENTITY|Q-ENTITY} The GC entity type is set here. The entity type applies to all GCs on DSfG bus 2. The options available for selection are entity G, the 'old' gas quality entity recognizable in DSfG data element names beginning with the lowercase letter 'd', and entity Q, the 'new' gas quality entity recognizable in data element names beginning with the lowercase letter 'q'. The entity type can vary on all DSfG buses of the GC9300.

├ GC Entity S1 │ │ │ │

C

1582

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 2 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S2 │ │ │

C

1583

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 2 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S3 │ │ │

C

1584

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 3 in multistream mode.

├ GC Entity S4 │ │ │

C

1585

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the GC entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 4 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S1 │ │ │ │

C

1586

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 2 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode.

" Bus-2 (COM4)

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Recording S2 │ │ │

C

1587

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 2 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S3 │ │ │

C

1588

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 3 in multistream mode.

├ Recording S4 │ │ │

C

1589

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the recording entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 4 in multistream mode.

├ Wieser S1 │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1590

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 2 in single stream mode or stream 1 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S2 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1591

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 2 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S3 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1592

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 3 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ Wieser S4 │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1593

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the Wieser entity on DSfG bus 2 stream 4 in multistream mode. In the Wieser entity, mean daily and monthly values are formed and special measured values and special signals are managed.

├ IP Entity │ │ │ │ │

C

1594

{OFF|A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M|N|O|P| Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z|ZA|ZB|ZC|ZD} DSfG address of the remote data transmission entity via DSfG-B-IP. If you wish to use the DSfG-B-IP access for bus 2, a DSfG address must be assigned here.

167

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

168

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Password │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

4000

Password for remote data transmission access via DSfG-B-IP on DSfG bus 2. Note: The password must contain exactly 16 characters. The characters must consist of the digits "0...9" or the letters "A-Z" and "a-z". Blanks, umlauts and special characters are not permitted. This restriction is due to the fact that DSfG uses a 7-bit code for data transmission. The password is used to decide which of the available DSfG buses on the GC is used for the connection to the central station. It is therefore extremely important that the passwords for each bus are different.

├ Freeze Allowed │ │

C

1595

{OFF|ON} Allows the triggering of a freeze attention telegram on DSfG bus 2.

├ Time Sync. Source │ │ │ │

E

1596

{OFF|ON} Allows the triggering of a time synchronization telegram on DSfG bus 2. If activated, the GC is the timing element for all other devices on DSfG bus 2.

└ Allowed Ext. Addresses

C

4020

When remote data transmission via DSfG-B-IP is activated, here you specify which external DSfG devices on bus 2 are to be visible for the central station. The internal devices are visible for the central station if they have been assigned a DSfG address.

A

1940

Heading

├ Signature methode │ │

E

1941

{KEINE|RMD160+ECDSA192| SHA256+ECDSA192} Signature: Methodology

├ Sender

E

30920

Signature: Identifier of sender

├ New key creation │

E

1942

{NO|YES} Signature: Create new keys now?

├ Timestamp key creation

P

3322

Signature: Time of key creation

├ Timestamp key elapsed

A

1946

{NEVER} Signature: Time of key expiration

├ Public key Qx1

A

30940

Signature: Public key X1

├ Public key Qx2

A

30960

Signature: Public key X2

├ Public key Qx3

A

30980

Signature: Public key X3

├ Public key Qy1

A

31000

Signature: Public key Y1

├ Public key Qy2

A

31020

Signature: Public key Y2

├ Public key Qy3

A

31040

Signature: Public key Y3

├ DFÜ signing

P

1943

Signature: RDT signed

" Signature

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ DFÜ signature methode

P

1945

Signature: RDT signing methodology

├ Instance selective

A

1944

Signature: Instance selective

└ EADR of sender

A

31060

Signature: Instance selective

A

1597

Heading

├ CRC12 Stream 1 │ │ │ │

C

3184

CRC12 start value for stream 1. To ensure that the PTB custody transfer requirements are satisfied, program a value not equal to 0 here. With a start value of 0, the custody transfer seal is not transmitted.

├ CRC12 Stream 2 │ │ │ │

C

3186

CRC12 start value for stream 2. To ensure that the PTB custody transfer requirements are satisfied, program a value not equal to 0 here. With a start value of 0, the custody transfer seal is not transmitted.

├ CRC12 Stream 3 │ │ │ │

C

3188

CRC12 start value for stream 3. To ensure that the PTB custody transfer requirements are satisfied, program a value not equal to 0 here. With a start value of 0, the custody transfer seal is not transmitted.

└ CRC12 Stream 4

C

3190

CRC12 start value for stream 4. To ensure that the PTB custody transfer requirements are satisfied, program a value not equal to 0 here. With a start value of 0, the custody transfer seal is not transmitted.

" Archive Group Names

A

1598

Heading

├ Archive Group 1 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4040

Archive group 1 mean hourly values part 1 uses standard queries of gas chrom. Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity Q: qic standard query (I) 3 Entity G: dic standard query 3 Filling: End of interval Channel assignment Q G value AK ----------------------------------------qaaad daacb Superior calorific value 01 qabad dabcb Standard density 02 qacad daccb Relative density 03 qadad dadcb CO2 04 qaead daecb N2 05 qafad dafce H2 06 qagad - Inferior calorific value 07 qahad - Wobbe upper 08 qaiad - Wobbe lower 09 qajad - Methane number 10 qakad - Real gas factor 11 qei dei Bit string 12

├ Archive Group 2 │

N

4060

Archive Group 2 Cannot be used due to AKA2

" Preset

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

170

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Archive Group 3 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4080

Archive group 3 measured values part 1 uses standard queries of gas chrom. Memory depth: 960 entries Entity Q: qje standard query (II) 5 Entity G: dlc standard query 6c Filling: Measured value newly formed Channel assignment Q G value AK ----------------------------------------------------qaaag daace Superior calorific value 01 qabag dabce Standard density 02 qaeag dhgce N2 03 qbaag dhhce Methane 04 qadag dhice CO2 05 qbbag dhjce Ethane 06 qbcag dhkce Propane 07 qbdag dhlce i-Butane 08 qbeag dhmce n-Butane 09 qbfag dhnce Neopentane 10 qbgag dhoce i-Pentane 11 qbhag dhpce n-Pentane 12 qbiag dhqce C6-plus 13 qbjag dhrce O2 14 qbkag dhsce CO 15 qblag dhtce Ethene 16 qbmag dhuce Propene 17 qbnag dhvce Helium 18 qafag dhwce H2 19 qboag dcld Argon 20 qei dei Bit string 21

├ Archive Group 4 │

N

4100

Archive Group 4 Cannot be used due to AKA2

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

├ Archive Group 5 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

├ Archive Group 6 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

Modb.

Description

4120

Archive group 5 mean hourly values part 2 uses standard queries of GC Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity Q: qjf standard query (II) 6 Entity G: dld standard query 6d Filling: End of interval Channel assignment Q G value AK ----------------------------------------------------qaaad daacb Superior calorific value 01 qabad dabcb Standard density 02 qaead dhgcb N2 03 qbaad dhhcb Methane 04 qadad dhicb CO2 05 qbbad dhjcb Ethane 06 qbcad dhkcb Propane 07 qbdad dhlcb i-Butane 08 qbead dhmcb n-Butane 09 qbfad dhncb Neopentane 10 qbgad dhocb i-Pentane 11 qbhad dhpcb n-Pentane 12 qbiad dhqcb C6-plus 13 qbjad dhrcb Oxygen 14 qbkad dhscb CO 15 qblad dhtcb Ethene 16 qbmad dhucb Propene 17 qbnad dhvcb Helium 18 qafad dhwcb H2 19 qboad dcld Argon 20 qei dei Bit string 21

4140

171

Archive group 6 corrected measured values uses standard query Memory depth: 960 entries Entity Q: qif standard query (I) 6 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: Corrected values newly formed Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qaaaj Superior calorific value 01 qabaj Standard density 02 qadaj CO2 03 qei Bit string 04

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

172

├ Archive Group 7 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4160

Archive group 7 mean daily values formed in Wieser entity Memory depth: 95 Entity W: Filling: End of day Channel assignment W value AK ---------------------------------------------wnaag Superior calorific value 01 wnabg Standard density 02 wnaeg N2 03 wnagg Methane 04 wnadg CO2 05 wnahg Ethane 06 wnaig Propane 07 wnajg i-Butane 08 wnakg n-Butane 09 wnalg Neopentane 10 wnamg i-Pentane 11 wnang n-Pentane 12 wnaog C6-plus 13 wnapg O2 14 wnaqg CO 15 wnarg Ethene 16 wnasg Propene 17 wnatg Helium 18 wnafg H2 19 wnatq Argon 20 wnayd Bit string 21

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Archive Group 8 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4180

Archive group 8 analyses uses standard queries of gas chromatograph Memory depth: 960 entries Entity Q: qjb standard query (II) 2 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: Measured value newly formed Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qbaag Methane 01 qbbag Ethane 02 qbcag Propane 03 qbdag i-Butane 04 qbeag n-Butane 05 qbfag Neopentane 06 qbgag i-Pentane 07 qbhag n-Pentane 08 qbiag C6-plus 09 qbjag O2 10 qbkag CO 11 qblag Ethene 12 qbmag Propene 13 qbnag Helium 14 qboag Argon 15 qei Bit string 16

173

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

174

├ Archive Group 9 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4200

Archive group 9 mean monthly values formed in Wieser entity Memory depth: 24 entries Entity W: Filling: End of month W value AK ---------------------------------------------wnaah Superior calorific value 01 wnabh Standard density 02 wnaeh N2 03 wnagh Methane 04 wnadh CO2 05 wnahh Ethane 06 wnaih Propane 07 wnajh i-Butane 08 wnakh n-Butane 09 wnalh Neopentane 10 wnamh i-Pentane 11 wnanh n-Pentane 12 wnaoh C6-plus 13 wnaph O2 14 wnaqh CO 15 wnarh Ethene 16 wnash Propene 17 wnath Helium 18 wnafh H2 19 wnatr Argon 20 wnayf Bit string 21

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Archive Group 10 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4220

Archive group 10 mean hourly value part 3 uses standard query of GC Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity Q: qjc standard query (II) 3 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: End of interval Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qbaad Methane 01 qbbad Ethane 02 qbcad Propane 03 qbdad i-Butane 04 qbead n-Butane 05 qbfad Neopentane 06 qbgad i-Pentane 07 qbhad n-Pentane 08 qbiad C6P 09 qbjad O2 10 qbkad CO 11 qblad Ethene 12 qbmad Propene 13 qbnad Helium 14 qboad Argon 15 qei Bit string 16

175

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

176

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Archive Group 11 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4240

Archive group 11 calibration gas part 1 uses standard queries of GC Memory depth: 200 entries Entity Q: qla standard query (IV) 1 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: Calibration result generated Channel assignment Q value AK -----------------------------------------------------qfaa Quality factor 0 01 qfab Quality factor 1 02 qfac Quality factor 2 03 qfad Quality factor 3 04 qfae Quality factor 4 05 qfaf Quality factor 5 06 qfag Quality factor 6 07 qfah Quality factor 7 08 qfai Quality factor 8 09 qfaj Quality factor 9 10 qfak Quality factor 10 11 qfal Quality factor 11 12 qfam Quality factor 12 13 qfan Quality factor 13 14 qfao Quality factor 14 15 qfap Quality factor 15 16 qfaq Quality factor 16 17 qfar Quality factor 17 18 qfas Quality factor 18 19 qfat Quality factor 19 20 qfau Quality factor 20 21

├ Archive Group 12 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4260

Archive group 12 reference gas part 1 uses standard query Memory depth: 700 entries Entity Q: qka standard query (III) 1 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: Test gas result generated Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qaaah Superior calorific value 01 qabah Standard density 02 qacah Relative density 03 qadah CO2 04 qaeah N2 05 qafah H2 06 qagah Inferior calorific value 07 qahah Wobbe upper 08 qaiah Wobbe lower 09 qajah Methane number 10 qakah Real gas factor 11

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Archive Group 13 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4280

Archive group 13 reference gas part 2 Memory depth: 700 entries Entity Q: qkc standard query (III) 3 Entity G: No equivalent Filling: Test gas result generated Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qaaah Superior calorific value 01 qabah Standard density 02 qaeah N2 03 qbaah Methane 04 qadah CO2 05 qbbah Ethane 06 qbcah Propane 07 qbdah i-Butane 08 qbeah n-Butane 09 qbfah Neopentane 10 qbgah i-Pentane 11 qbhah n-Pentane 12 qbiah C6P 13 qbjah O2 14 qbkah CO 15 qblah Ethene 16 qbmah Propene 17 qbnah Helium 18 qafah H2 19 qboah Argon 20 qei Bit string 21 qagah Inferior calorific value 22

177

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

178

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Archive Group 14 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4300

Archive group 14 reference gas part 3 uses standard queries of GC Memory depth: 700 entries Entity Q: qkb standard query (III) 2 Entity G: --Filling: Test gas result generated Channel assignment Q value AK ---------------------------------------------qbaah Methane 01 qbbah Ethane 02 qbcah Propane 03 qbdah i-Butane 04 qbeah n-Butane 05 qbfah Neopentane 06 qbgah i-Pentane 07 qbhah n-Pentane 08 qbiah C6P 09 qbjah O2 10 qbkah CO 11 qblah Ethene 12 qbmah Propene 13 qbnah Helium 14 qboah Argon 15

├ Archive Group 15 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4320

Archive group 15 long-term archive uses standard query of the GC in Q entity Replication in Wieser entity due to missing standard query in G entity Memory depth: 70848 entries Entity Q: qid standard query (I) 4 Entity G: No equivalent Entity W: Replication in Wieser entity Filling: Quarter of an hour Channel assignment Q W value AK ----------------------------------------qaaai wnaai Superior calorific value 01 qabai wnabi Standard density 02 qadai wnadi CO2 03 qei wnayh Bit string 04

├ Archive Group 16 │

N

4340

Archive group 16 Free

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Archive Group 17 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4360

Archive group 17 analog values formed in Wieser entity Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity W Filling: End of interval Channel assignment W value AK ---------------------------------------------weaba Current input 1 01 weaca Current input 2 02 weada Current input 3 03 weaea Current input 4 04 weafa Current input 5 05 weaga Current input 6 06 weaha Reserve 07 weaia Reserve 08 weaja Reserve 09 weaka Reserve 10 weala Reserve 11 weama Reserve 12 weana Reserve 13 weaoa Reserve 14 weapa Reserve 15 weaqa Reserve 16 weaad Bit string limit values 17 waaba Bit string MRG 18

179

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

180

├ Archive Group 18 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4380

Archive group 18 calibration gas part 2 uses standard queries of GC Memory depth: 200 entries Entity Q: No equivalent Entity G: dkb standard query 5b (without CO2 delta) Entity G: dkd standard query 5d (with CO2 delta) Filling: Calibration results Channel assignments G value AK ---------------------------------------------dbea N2 RF 01 dbeb Methane RF 02 dbec CO2 RF 03 dbed Ethane RF 04 dbee Propane RF 05 dbef i-Butane RF 06 dbeg n-Butane RF 07 dbeh Neopentane RF 08 dbei i-Pentane RF 09 dbej n-Pentane RF 10 dbek C6P RF 11 dbel O2 RF 12 dbem CO RF 13 dben Ethene RF 14 dbeo Propene RF 15 dbep Helium RF 16 dbeq H2 RF 17 dbbb Last calibration okay 18 dbbj Superior calorific value cal. delta 19 dbbk Standard density cal. delta 20 dbbq CO2 cal. delta 21

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Archive Group 19 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit N

Modb.

Description

4400

Archive group 19 mean hourly values part 4 uses standard query of GC Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity Q: No equivalent Entity G: dlb standard query 6b Filling: End of interval Channel assignment G value AK ---------------------------------------------dhacb Inferior calorific value 01 dhbcb Wobbe upper 02 dhccb Wobbe lower 03 dhdcb Methane number 04 dhecb Real gas factor 05 dhfcb Unnormalized sum 06 dhgcb N2 07 dhhcb Methane 08 dhicb CO2 09 dhjcb Ethane 10 dhkcb Propane 11 dhlcb i-Butane 12 dhmcb n-Butane 13 dhncb Neopentane 14 dhocb i-Pentane 15 dhpcb n-Pentane 16 dhqcb C6P 17 dhrcb O2 18 dhscb CO 19 dhtcb Ethene * dhucb Propene * dhvcb Helium 20 dhwcb H2 21 * Defined in standard query, not represented in archive

181

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

182

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Archive Group 20 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4420

Archive group 20 measured values part 2 uses standard queries of gas chromatograph Memory depth: 960 entries Entity Q: qib standard query (I) 2 Entity G: dib standard query 2 Filling: Measured value newly formed Channel assignment Q G value AK ----------------------------------------qaaag daace Superior calorific value 01 qabag dabce Standard density 02 qacag dacce Relative density 03 qadag dadce CO2 04 qaeag daece N2 05 qafag dafce H2 06 qagag - Inferior calorific value 07 qahag - Wobbe upper 08 qaiag - Wobbe lower 09 qajag - Methane number 10 qakag - Real gas factor 11 qei dei Bit string 12

├ Archive Group 21 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

4440

Archive group 21 reference gas part 4 uses standard query of GCs Memory depth: 700 entries Entity Q: No equivalent Entity G: djb standard query 4b Filling: Test gas results generated Channel assignment G value AK ---------------------------------------------dbca N2 01 dbcb Methane 02 dbcc CO2 03 dbcd Ethane 04 dbce Propane 05 dbcf i-Butane 06 dbcg n-Butane 07 dbch Neopentane 08 dbci i-Pentane 09 dbcj n-Pentane 10 dbck C6P 11 dbcl Oxygen 12 dbcm CO 13 dbcn Ethene 14 dbco Propene 15 dbcp Helium 16 dbcq H2 17 daacf Superior calorific value 18 dabcf Standard density 19 dbbn Inferior calorific value 20

├ Archive Group 22 │

N

4460

Archive group 22 Free

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

4480

Archive group 23 log uses standard queries of GC Memory depth: 2280 entries Entity Q: qie standard query (I) 5 Entity G: die standard query 5 Filling: Alarm, warning, hint comes+goes Event expanded to include current values Channel assignment Q G value AK -------------------------------------------qeq deq Event number 01 qaaaa daaa Superior calorific value 02 qabaa daba Standard density 03 qaeaa daea N2 04 qbaaa dahb Methane 05 qadaa dada CO2 06 qbbaa dahd Ethane 07 qbcaa dahe Propane 08 qbdaa dahf i-Butane 09 qbeaa dahg n-Butane 10 qbfaa dahh Neopentane 11 qbgaa dahi i-Pentane 12 qbhaa dahj n-Pentane 13 qbiaa dahk C6P 14 qbjaa dahl O2 15 qbkaa dahm CO 16 qblaa dahn Ethene 17 qbmaa daho Propene 18 qbnaa dahp Helium 19 qafaa dafa H2 20 qboaa dcld Argon 21

├ Archive Group 23 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

├ Archive Group 24 │

N

4500

Archive group 24 Free

└ Archive Group 25

N

4520

Archive group 25 Free

A

1599

Heading

" Quality ├ Quality 1 │ │ │

A

hex

3094

Quality factor 1 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 2 │ │ │

A

hex

3096

Quality factor 2 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 3 │ │ │

A

hex

3098

Quality factor 3 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

183

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

184

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Quality 4 │ │ │

A

hex

3100

Quality factor 4 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 5 │ │ │

A

hex

3102

Quality factor 5 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 6 │ │ │

A

hex

3104

Quality factor 6 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 7 │ │ │

A

hex

3106

Quality factor 7 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 8 │ │ │

A

hex

3108

Quality factor 8 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 9 │ │ │

A

hex

3110

Quality factor 9 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 10 │ │ │

A

hex

3112

Quality factor 10 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 11 │ │ │

A

hex

3114

Quality factor 11 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 12 │ │ │

A

hex

3116

Quality factor 12 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 13 │ │ │

A

hex

3118

Quality factor 13 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 14 │ │ │

A

hex

3120

Quality factor 14 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 15 │ │ │

A

hex

3122

Quality factor 15 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Quality 16 │ │ │

A

hex

3124

Quality factor 16 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 17 │ │ │

A

hex

3126

Quality factor 17 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 18 │ │ │

A

hex

3128

Quality factor 18 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 19 │ │ │

A

hex

3130

Quality factor 19 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

├ Quality 20 │ │ │

A

hex

3132

Quality factor 20 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

└ Quality 21

A

hex

3134

Quality factor 21 The quality factors are required as per the DSfG standard for the Q entity. See the DSfG specification for further information.

A

1600

Heading

├ Event Stream 1 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

3136

The last DSfG event for stream 1 is displayed here. Events that have come have a positive value. Events that have gone have a negative value. The event 0 means that no event has occurred since the GC was restarted. For events in the range 1...999, see the DSfG guidelines (non-proprietary, standardized). For events in the range 7000....7999, see the online documentation for the GC9300 (events without an exact equivalent in the DSfG guidelines).

├ Time for Event

A

3138

Timestamp for DSfG event stream 1.

├ Event Stream 2 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

3140

The last DSfG event for stream 2 is displayed here. Events that have come have a positive value. Events that have gone have a negative value. The event 0 means that no event has occurred since the GC was restarted. For events in the range 1...999, see the DSfG guidelines (non-proprietary, standardized). For events in the range 7000....7999, see the online documentation for the GC9300 (events without an exact equivalent in the DSfG guidelines).

" Events

185

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18 DSfG

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

186

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Time for Event

A

3142

Timestamp for DSfG event stream 2.

├ Event Stream 3 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

3144

The last DSfG event for stream 3 is displayed here. Events that have come have a positive value. Events that have gone have a negative value. The event 0 means that no event has occurred since the GC was restarted. For events in the range 1...999, see the DSfG guidelines (non-proprietary, standardized). For events in the range 7000....7999, see the online documentation for the GC9300 (events without an exact equivalent in the DSfG guidelines).

├ Time for Event

A

3146

Timestamp for DSfG event stream 3.

├ Event Stream 4 │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

3148

The last DSfG event for stream 4 is displayed here. Events that have come have a positive value. Events that have gone have a negative value. The event 0 means that no event has occurred since the GC was restarted. For events in the range 1...999, see the DSfG guidelines (non-proprietary, standardized). For events in the range 7000....7999, see the online documentation for the GC9300 (events without an exact equivalent in the DSfG guidelines).

└ Time for Event

A

3150

Timestamp for DSfG event stream 4.

" Bit Stream

A

Heading

├ DSfGClearErrors │

A

hex

3154

Status bit string (all faults cleared: 1) as per DSfG standard

├ DSfGStartCalib │

A

hex

3156

Status bit string (start calibration: 1) as per DSfG standard

├ DSfGCalibStatus │

A

hex

3158

Status bit string (calibration gas analysis) as per DSfG standard

├ DSfGStartRefGas │

A

hex

3160

Status bit string (start ref. gas: 1) as per DSfG standard

├ DSfGRefGasStatus │

A

hex

3162

Status bit string (reference gas analysis) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsMeas_S1 │

A

hex

3164

Status bit string (stream 1) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsMeas_S2 │

A

hex

3166

Status bit string (stream 2) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsMeas_S3 │

A

hex

3168

Status bit string (stream 3) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsMeas_S4 │

A

hex

3170

Status bit string (stream 4) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsRefgas │

A

hex

3172

Status bit string (reference gas analysis) as per DSfG standard

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19 External I/O System

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ BitsLimits_S1 │

A

hex

3174

Status bit string (limit values stream 1) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsLimits_S2 │

A

hex

3176

Status bit string (limit values stream 2) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsLimits_S3 │

A

hex

3178

Status bit string (limit values stream 3) as per DSfG standard

├ BitsLimits_S4 │

A

hex

3180

Status bit string (limit values stream 4) as per DSfG standard

└ BitsMRG

A

hex

3182

Status bit string (recording entity) as per DSfG standard

1319

Heading

1320

The optional WAGO-IO extension is normally connected to COM2. For interface->COM2, select the protocol WAGO-IO. Interface parameters are (default): 9600,8,N,1 If everything is functioning, a version number is displayed here.

" 19 External I/O System

A

├ Version # │ │ │ │ │ │

A

hex

├ # Ana. Outputs │ │

A

1321

Number of analog outputs of the WAGO module found. A max. of 16 outputs are supported.

├ # Ana. Inputs │ │

A

1322

Number of analog inputs of the WAGO module found. A max. of 16 inputs are supported.

├ # Dig. Outputs │ │

A

1323

Number of digital outputs of the WAGO module found. A max. of 16 outputs are supported.

└ # Dig. Inputs

A

1324

Number of digital inputs of the WAGO module found. A max. of 16 inputs are supported.

" Analog Outputs

A

1325

Heading

├ Analog Output-1 │ │ │

A

1326

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 1. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-2 │ │ │

A

1327

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 2. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-3 │ │ │

A

1328

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 3. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-4 │ │ │

A

1329

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 4. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

187

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19 External I/O System

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

188

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Analog Output-5 │ │ │

A

1330

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 5. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-6 │ │ │

A

1331

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 6. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-7 │ │ │

A

1332

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 7. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-8 │ │ │

A

1333

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 8. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-9 │ │ │

A

1334

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 9. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-10 │ │ │

A

1335

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 10. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-11 │ │ │

A

1336

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 11. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-12 │ │ │

A

1337

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 12. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-13 │ │ │

A

1338

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 13. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-14 │ │ │

A

1339

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 14. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Output-15 │ │ │

A

1340

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 15. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

└ Analog Output-16

A

1341

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional analog output 16. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

A

1342

Heading

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Analog Input-1 │ │ │

A

1343

Input value from additional analog input 1 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-2 │ │ │

A

1344

Input value from additional analog input 2 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-3 │ │ │

A

1345

Input value from additional analog input 3 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-4 │ │ │

A

1346

Input value from additional analog input 4 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-5 │ │ │

A

1347

Input value from additional analog input 5 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-6 │ │ │

A

1348

Input value from additional analog input 6 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-7 │ │ │

A

1349

Input value from additional analog input 7 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-8 │ │ │

A

1350

Input value from additional analog input 8 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-9 │ │ │

A

1351

Input value from additional analog input 9 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-10 │ │ │

A

1352

Input value from additional analog input 10 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-11 │ │ │

A

1353

Input value from additional analog input 11 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-12 │ │ │

A

1354

Input value from additional analog input 12 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

189

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ANNEX

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Element

190

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Analog Input-13 │ │ │

A

1355

Input value from additional analog input 13 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-14 │ │ │

A

1356

Input value from additional analog input 14 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Analog Input-15 │ │ │

A

1357

Input value from additional analog input 15 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

└ Analog Input-16

A

1358

Input value from additional analog input 16 transferred from the WAGO module to the GC 9300. 12-bit hexadecimal value.

A

1359

Heading

" Digital Outputs ├ Dig. Output-1 │ │ │

A

hex

1360

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional digital outputs 1 through 16. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Dig. Output-2 │ │ │

A

hex

1361

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional digital outputs 17 through 32. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Dig. Output-3 │ │ │

A

hex

1362

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional digital outputs 33 through 48. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

└ Dig. Output-4

A

hex

1363

Value transferred from the GC 9300 to the WAGO module for output via the additional digital outputs 49 through 64. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

1364

Heading

" Digital Inputs

A

├ Dig. Input-1 │ │ │ │

A

hex

1365

Value transferred to the GC 9300 from the WAGO module, formed from the switching states of the additional digital inputs 1 through 16. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Dig. Input-2 │ │ │ │

A

hex

1366

Value transferred to the GC 9300 from the WAGO module, formed from the switching states of the additional digital inputs 17 through 32. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

├ Dig. Input-3 │ │ │ │

A

hex

1367

Value transferred to the GC 9300 from the WAGO module, formed from the switching states of the additional digital inputs 33 through 48. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

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ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

hex

1368

Value transferred to the GC 9300 from the WAGO module, formed from the switching states of the additional digital inputs 49 through 64. 16-bit hexadecimal value.

A

1369

Heading

A

1370

Heading

├ Acknowledge Faults │ │ │ │

N

1371

{NO|YES} Faults are acknowledged here: Set mode to "YES" and all faults that are no longer present are acknowledged. The mode is then reset to "NO".

├ Fault Bit 0-15 │

A

hex

1372

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 0 through 15 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 16-31 │ │

A

hex

1373

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 16 through 31 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 32-47 │ │

A

hex

1374

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 32 through 47 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 48-63 │ │

A

hex

1375

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 48 through 63 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 64-79 │ │

A

hex

1376

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 64 through 79 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 80-95 │ │

A

hex

1377

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 80 through 95 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 96-111 │ │

A

hex

1378

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 96 through 111 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 112-127 │ │

A

hex

1379

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 112 through 127 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 128-143 │ │

A

hex

1380

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 128 through 143 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 144-159 │ │

A

hex

1381

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 144 through 159 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 160-175 │ │

A

hex

1382

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 160 through 175 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 176-191 │ │

A

hex

1383

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 176 through 191 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

└ Dig. Input-4

" 20 Faults and Status " Faults

A

191

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ANNEX

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Element

192

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Fault Bit 192-207 │ │

A

hex

1384

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 192 through 207 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 208-223 │ │

A

hex

1385

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 208 through 223 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ Fault Bit 224-239 │ │

A

hex

1386

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 224 through 239 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ ErrorTab_15 │ │

A

hex

1840

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 240 through 255 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ ErrorTab_16 │ │

A

hex

1841

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 256 through 271 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ ErrorTab_17 │ │

A

hex

1842

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 272 through 287 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ ErrorTab_18 │ │

A

hex

1843

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 288 through 303 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

├ ErrorTab_19 │ │

A

hex

1844

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 304 through 319 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

└ ErrorTab_20

A

hex

1845

A bit is set for each fault present. Bits 320 through 335 are displayed as hexadecimal numbers.

A

1387

Heading

├ Hint Status │ │ │ │

A

1388

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a hint is available (ON) or not (OFF). If there is a hint that is no longer current but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ Warning Status │ │ │ │

A

1389

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a warning is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a warning is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ Warning Contact │

A

1390

{OFF|ON} Switching state of the warning contact

├ Error Status │ │ │ │

A

1391

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether an alarm is present (ON) or not (OFF). If an alarm is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ Fault Contact │

A

1392

{OFF|ON} Switching state of the alarm contact.

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ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ S-1 Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1393

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting stream 1 is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ S-2 Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1394

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting stream 2 is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ S-3 Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1395

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting stream 3 is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ S-4 Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1396

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting stream 4 is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ Ref. Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1397

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting the reference gas analysis is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

├ Cal. Fault Status │ │ │ │

A

1398

{OFF|ON|QUIT} Indicates whether a fault affecting the calibration gas analysis is present (ON) or not (OFF). If a fault is no longer present but has not yet been acknowledged, "QUIT" is displayed.

└ Device Status

A

1399

This bit string has the following meaning (hexadecimal values): 0x8000 : Calibration switch open 0x4000 : Codeword open 0x2000 : Service mode 0x1000 : 0x0800 : Fault active 0x0400 : Warning active 0x0200 : Hint active 0x0100 : 0x0080 : Measuring element connected 0x0040 : 0x0020 : 0x0010 : 0x0008 : 0x0004 : 0x0002 : 0x0001 : -

1400

Heading

" 21 Date, Time

A

hex

193

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ANNEX

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Element

194

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Coordinated Universal Time │ │

A

3316

Display of the current universal time (date + time). This time cannot be set.

├ Local time │ │

N

3216

Display of the current local time (date + time). The setting of date and time is made in the field "Set local time".

├ Local time-universal time │

P

3318

Display of the difference between local time and universal time in seconds.

├ Set local time │

N

3192

Here the local time of the GC9300 is set. Format: hh.mm.ss DD.MM.YYYY.

├ Time Zone │

A

6700

Selection of the time zone, e.g. "W. Europe Standard Time" for Germany.

├ Summer-/Wintertime │ │

N

1935

{NO|YES} Here the Summer-/Wintertime switching can be activated/deactivated.

├ Time Synchronization │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

C

1601

{MANUAL|DSFG BUS-1|DSFG BUS-2|NTP} Operating mode for time synchronization: MANUAL: The time can be input via the keyboard and via RMGViewGC. DSFG BUS-1: The time is synchronized automatically via DSfG bus 1 if this function is available on DSfG bus 1. In this case, the PGC cannot be the timing element for the DSfG bus. Manual adjustment of the time is only possible for testing purposes. DSFG BUS-2: As for DSFG BUS-1

├ DSfG-sync-address │

C

1924

Specifies, from which DSfG bus participant time sync telegrams are accepted.

├ Time Sync. Rules │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

E

1602

{ALWAYS|EXACT|ADVANCED} Rules for time synchronization: ALWAYS: - The time is always synchronized, there are no rules. EXACT: - With an open calibration switch, the time is always synchronized. - With a closed calibration switch, the time is synchronized max. once per day within the limits of +/- 20 seconds. ADVANCED: - As for EXACT - also with open codeword. - The first time synchronization after a restart is always performed. - The first time synchronization after manual adjustment is always performed (checking of function)

├ Last time synch.

A

3196

Time of the last time synchronization

s

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22 Archives, Storage

ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

6660

IP address of the NTP server (Network Time Protocol). This server is used for synchronization of the GC clock.

1633

Interval for synchronization via NTP. The interval is input in hours.

├ Address NTP Server │ │ │

E

├ NTP Interval │

E

├ NTP Status │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

A

1634

Status of synchronization via NTP 0: NTP OK 1: NTP error Receive 2: NTP error Incorrect length 3: NTP error Not plausible 4: NTP error Not synchronous 5: NTP error Socket 6: NTP error Bind 7: NTP error Route 8: NTP error Send 9: NTP NTP error 10: NTP error Connect 11: NTP error Timeout - default route incorrect 12: NTP error Host not found - gethost()

└ Analyzer time sync

E

1925

{ON|OFF} Here you can specify, whether the time in the measuring element is synchronized before each calibration. If this mode is set to OFF, the measuring element runs with its own internal time.

" 22 Archives, Storage

A

1401

Heading

h

├ Start of Day │ │ │ │

E

h

1402

Defines the time for the change of day of the daily and monthly archives. Note: Historical data is not changed; the change only takes effect from the next day.

├ ChromLiveTime

E

24h

1159

Storage time for chromatograms in days.

├ Write Parameter Log │ │

E

1873

{NO|YES} Specifies whether parameter changes are logged or not.

├ Clear Event Log │ │ │ │ │

E

1403

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries from the event log memory. Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

├ Clear Parameter Log │ │ │ │ │

E

1404

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries in the parameter log memory. Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

195

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ANNEX

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Element

196

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Clear All Archives │ │ │ │ │

E

1405

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries from all archives (all analysis, daily and monthly archives). Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

├ Clear Analysis Archives │ │ │ │

E

1406

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries from the analysis archives. Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

├ Clear Daily Archives │ │ │ │

E

1407

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries from the daily archives. Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

├ Clear Monthly Archives │ │ │ │ │

E

1408

{NO|YES} Deletion of all entries from the monthly archives. Note: No backup files are created; the data is permanently deleted.

├ Web Archive Password │ │ │

C

6680

Password for access to the archives via Internet browser. User: gcuser Password: (as entered here)

└ Num rows web archive

N

1687

Maximum number of rows (= number of analyses), which can be retrieved in an archive call.

" Freely Selectable Archives

A

1409

Heading

Items

├ User Archive 01 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1410

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 02 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1411

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

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22 Archives, Storage

ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Archive 03 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1412

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 04 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1413

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 05 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1414

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 06 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1415

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 07 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1416

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 08 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1417

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 09 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1418

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

197

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ANNEX

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Element

198

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Archive 10 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1419

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 11 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1420

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 12 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1421

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 13 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1422

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 14 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1423

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 15 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1424

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 16 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1425

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

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Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Archive 17 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1426

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 18 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1427

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

├ User Archive 19 │ │ │ │ │ │

E

Reg

1428

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

└ User Archive 20

E

Reg

1429

The GC9300 has 20 freely programmable archive channels. A measured value can be assigned to each channel. Procedure: Select the desired value from the menu, open the parameter screen and note the Modbus address. Enter this Modbus address here.

A

1606

Heading

" Stream-1

A

1607

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3206

Time of formation of the last hourly values for stream 1. This record for the last hourly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20000

Last hourly value for the superior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20002

Last hourly value for the Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20004

Last hourly value for the standard density (stream 1).

├ rd │

A

20006

Last hourly value for the relative density (stream 1).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20008

Last hourly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20010

Last hourly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ Zn │

A

20012

Last hourly value for the real gas factor (stream 1).

" 23 Hourly Values

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

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Element

200

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Methane Number │

A

20014

Last hourly value for the methane number (stream 1).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20016

Last hourly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 1).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20018

Last hourly value for the nitrogen content (stream 1).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20020

Last hourly value for the methane content (stream 1).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20022

Last hourly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 1).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20024

Last hourly value for the ethane content (stream 1).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20026

Last hourly value for the propane content (stream 1).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20028

Last hourly value for the i-butane content (stream 1).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20030

Last hourly value for the n-butane content (stream 1).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20032

Last hourly value for the neopentane content (stream 1).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20034

Last hourly value for the i-pentane content (stream 1).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20036

Last hourly value for the n-pentane content (stream 1).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20038

Last hourly value for the C6+ content (stream 1).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20040

Last hourly value for the n-hexane content (stream 1).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20042

Last hourly value for the n-heptane content (stream 1).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20044

Last hourly value for the n-octane content (stream 1).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20046

Last hourly value for the n-nonane content (stream 1).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20048

Last hourly value for the oxygen content (stream 1).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20050

Last hourly value for the helium content (stream 1).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20052

Last hourly value for the hydrogen content (stream 1).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20054

Last hourly value for the argon content (stream 1).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20056

Last hourly value for the reserve content (stream 1).

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1679

Number analyses on stream 1, which were made in the last hour.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1680

Number of successful analyses on stream 1, which were made in the last hour.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20058

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20060

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20062

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20064

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20066

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20068

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20070

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20072

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20074

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20076

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20078

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

201

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

202

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20080

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20082

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20084

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20086

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20088

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20090

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20092

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20094

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20096

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-2

A

1608

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3208

Time of formation of the last hourly values for stream 2. This record for the last hourly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20098

Last hourly value for the superior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20100

Last hourly value for the Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20102

Last hourly value for the standard density (stream 2).

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

20104

Last hourly value for the relative density (stream 2).

├ rd │

A

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20106

Last hourly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20108

Last hourly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ Zn │

A

20110

Last hourly value for the real gas factor (stream 2).

├ Methane Number │

A

20112

Last hourly value for the methane number (stream 2).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20114

Last hourly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 2).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20116

Last hourly value for the nitrogen content (stream 2).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20118

Last hourly value for the methane content (stream 2).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20120

Last hourly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 2).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20122

Last hourly value for the ethane content (stream 2).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20124

Last hourly value for the propane content (stream 2).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20126

Last hourly value for the i-butane content (stream 2).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20128

Last hourly value for the n-butane content (stream 2).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20130

Last hourly value for the neopentane content (stream 2).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20132

Last hourly value for the i-pentane content (stream 2).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20134

Last hourly value for the n-pentane content (stream 2).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20136

Last hourly value for the C6+ content (stream 2).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20138

Last hourly value for the n-hexane content (stream 2).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20140

Last hourly value for the n-heptane content (stream 2).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20142

Last hourly value for the n-octane content (stream 2).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20144

Last hourly value for the n-nonane content (stream 2).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20146

Last hourly value for the oxygen content (stream 2).

203

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

204

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20148

Last hourly value for the helium content (stream 2).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20150

Last hourly value for the hydrogen content (stream 2).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20152

Last hourly value for the argon content (stream 2).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20154

Last hourly value for the reserve content (stream 2).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1681

Number analyses on stream 2, which were made in the last hour.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1682

Number of successful analyses on stream 2, which were made in the last hour.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20156

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20158

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20160

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20162

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20164

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20166

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20168

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20170

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20172

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20174

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20176

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20178

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20180

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20182

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20184

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20186

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20188

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20190

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20192

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20194

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-3

A

1609

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3210

Time of formation of the last hourly values for stream 3. This record for the last hourly values can be read out via Modbus.

205

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

206

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20196

Last hourly value for the superior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20198

Last hourly value for the Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20200

Last hourly value for the standard density (stream 3).

├ rd │

A

20202

Last hourly value for the relative density (stream 3).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20204

Last hourly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20206

Last hourly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ Zn │

A

20208

Last hourly value for the real gas factor (stream 3).

├ Methane Number │

A

20210

Last hourly value for the methane number (stream 3).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20212

Last hourly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 3).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20214

Last hourly value for the nitrogen content (stream 3).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20216

Last hourly value for the methane content (stream 3).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20218

Last hourly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 3).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20220

Last hourly value for the ethane content (stream 3).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20222

Last hourly value for the propane content (stream 3).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20224

Last hourly value for the i-butane content (stream 3).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20226

Last hourly value for the n-butane content (stream 3).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20228

Last hourly value for the neopentane content (stream 3).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20230

Last hourly value for the i-pentane content (stream 3).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20232

Last hourly value for the n-pentane content (stream 3).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20234

Last hourly value for the C6+ content (stream 3).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20236

Last hourly value for the n-hexane content (stream 3).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20238

Last hourly value for the n-heptane content (stream 3).

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20240

Last hourly value for the n-octane content (stream 3).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20242

Last hourly value for the n-nonane content (stream 3).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20244

Last hourly value for the oxygen content (stream 3).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20246

Last hourly value for the helium content (stream 3).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20248

Last hourly value for the hydrogen content (stream 3).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20250

Last hourly value for the argon content (stream 3).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20252

Last hourly value for the reserve content (stream 3).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1683

Number analyses on stream 3, which were made in the last hour.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1684

Number of successful analyses on stream 3, which were made in the last hour.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20254

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20256

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20258

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20260

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20262

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20264

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20266

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

207

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

208

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20268

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20270

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20272

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20274

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20276

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20278

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20280

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20282

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20284

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20286

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20288

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20290

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Modb.

Description

A

20292

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-4

A

1610

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3212

Time of formation of the last hourly values for stream 4. This record for the last hourly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20294

Last hourly value for the superior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20296

Last hourly value for the Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20298

Last hourly value for the standard density (stream 4).

├ rd │

A

20300

Last hourly value for the relative density (stream 4).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20302

Last hourly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20304

Last hourly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ Zn │

A

20306

Last hourly value for the real gas factor (stream 4).

├ Methane Number │

A

20308

Last hourly value for the methane number (stream 4).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20310

Last hourly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 4).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20312

Last hourly value for the nitrogen content (stream 4).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20314

Last hourly value for the methane content (stream 4).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20316

Last hourly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 4).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20318

Last hourly value for the ethane content (stream 4).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20320

Last hourly value for the propane content (stream 4).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20322

Last hourly value for the i-butane content (stream 4).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20324

Last hourly value for the n-butane content (stream 4).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20326

Last hourly value for the neopentane content (stream 4).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20328

Last hourly value for the i-pentane content (stream 4).

└ User Value-20

Unit

209

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

210

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20330

Last hourly value for the n-pentane content (stream 4).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20332

Last hourly value for the C6+ content (stream 4).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20334

Last hourly value for the n-hexane content (stream 4).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20336

Last hourly value for the n-heptane content (stream 4).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20338

Last hourly value for the n-octane content (stream 4).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20340

Last hourly value for the n-nonane content (stream 4).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20342

Last hourly value for the oxygen content (stream 4).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20344

Last hourly value for the helium content (stream 4).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20346

Last hourly value for the hydrogen content (stream 4).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20348

Last hourly value for the argon content (stream 4).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20350

Last hourly value for the reserve content (stream 4).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1685

Number analyses on stream 4, which were made in the last hour.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1686

Number of successful analyses on stream 4, which were made in the last hour.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20352

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20354

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20356

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20358

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20360

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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23 Hourly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20362

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20364

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20366

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20368

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20370

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20372

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20374

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20376

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20378

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20380

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20382

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20384

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

211

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

212

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20386

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20388

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20390

Last hourly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

1891

Heading

" 24 Daily Values " Stream-1

A

1892

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3228

Time of formation of the last daily values for stream 1. This record for the last daily values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20392

Last daily value for the superior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20394

Last daily value for the Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20396

Last daily value for the standard density (stream 1).

├ rd │

A

20398

Last daily value for the relative density (stream 1).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20400

Last daily value for the inferior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20402

Last daily value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ Zn │

A

20404

Last daily value for the real gas factor (stream 1).

├ Methane Number │

A

20406

Last daily value for the methane number (stream 1).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20408

Last daily value for the unnormalized sum (stream 1).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20410

Last daily value for the nitrogen content (stream 1).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20412

Last daily value for the methane content (stream 1).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20414

Last daily value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 1).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20416

Last daily value for the ethane content (stream 1).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20418

Last daily value for the propane content (stream 1).

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20420

Last daily value for the i-butane content (stream 1).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20422

Last daily value for the n-butane content (stream 1).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20424

Last daily value for the neopentane content (stream 1).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20426

Last daily value for the i-pentane content (stream 1).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20428

Last daily value for the n-pentane content (stream 1).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20430

Last daily value for the C6+ content (stream 1).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20432

Last daily value for the n-hexane content (stream 1).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20434

Last daily value for the n-heptane content (stream 1).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20436

Last daily value for the n-octane content (stream 1).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20438

Last daily value for the n-nonane content (stream 1).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20440

Last daily value for the oxygen content (stream 1).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20442

Last daily value for the helium content (stream 1).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20444

Last daily value for the hydrogen content (stream 1).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20446

Last daily value for the argon content (stream 1).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20448

Last daily value for the reserve content (stream 1).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1896

Number analyses on stream 1, which were made on the last day.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1897

Number of successful analyses on stream 1, which were made on the last day.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20450

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20452

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20454

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

213

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

214

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20456

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20458

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20460

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20462

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20464

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20466

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20468

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20470

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20472

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20474

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20476

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20478

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20480

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20482

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20484

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20486

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20488

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-2

A

1893

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3230

Time of formation of the last daily values for stream 2. This record for the last daily values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20490

Last daily value for the superior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20492

Last daily value for the Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20494

Last daily value for the standard density (stream 2).

├ rd │

A

20496

Last daily value for the relative density (stream 2).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20498

Last daily value for the inferior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20500

Last daily value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ Zn │

A

20502

Last daily value for the real gas factor (stream 2).

├ Methane Number │

A

20504

Last daily value for the methane number (stream 2).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20506

Last daily value for the unnormalized sum (stream 2).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20508

Last daily value for the nitrogen content (stream 2).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20510

Last daily value for the methane content (stream 2).

215

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

216

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20512

Last daily value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 2).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20514

Last daily value for the ethane content (stream 2).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20516

Last daily value for the propane content (stream 2).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20518

Last daily value for the i-butane content (stream 2).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20520

Last daily value for the n-butane content (stream 2).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20522

Last daily value for the neopentane content (stream 2).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20524

Last daily value for the i-pentane content (stream 2).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20526

Last daily value for the n-pentane content (stream 2).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20528

Last daily value for the C6+ content (stream 2).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20530

Last daily value for the n-hexane content (stream 2).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20532

Last daily value for the n-heptane content (stream 2).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20534

Last daily value for the n-octane content (stream 2).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20536

Last daily value for the n-nonane content (stream 2).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20538

Last daily value for the oxygen content (stream 2).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20540

Last daily value for the helium content (stream 2).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20542

Last daily value for the hydrogen content (stream 2).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20544

Last daily value for the argon content (stream 2).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20546

Last daily value for the reserve content (stream 2).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1898

Number analyses on stream 2, which were made on the last day.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1899

Number of successful analyses on stream 2, which were made on the last day.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20548

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20550

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20552

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20554

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20556

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20558

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20560

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20562

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20564

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20566

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20568

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20570

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20572

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

217

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ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

218

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20574

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20576

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20578

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20580

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20582

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20584

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20586

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-3

A

1894

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3232

Time of formation of the last daily values for stream 3. This record for the last daily values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20588

Last daily value for the superior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20590

Last daily value for the Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20592

Last daily value for the standard density (stream 3).

├ rd │

A

20594

Last daily value for the relative density (stream 3).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20596

Last daily value for the inferior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20598

Last daily value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ Zn │

A

20600

Last daily value for the real gas factor (stream 3).

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Methane Number │

A

20602

Last daily value for the methane number (stream 3).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20604

Last daily value for the unnormalized sum (stream 3).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20606

Last daily value for the nitrogen content (stream 3).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20608

Last daily value for the methane content (stream 3).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20610

Last daily value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 3).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20612

Last daily value for the ethane content (stream 3).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20614

Last daily value for the propane content (stream 3).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20616

Last daily value for the i-butane content (stream 3).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20618

Last daily value for the n-butane content (stream 3).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20620

Last daily value for the neopentane content (stream 3).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20622

Last daily value for the i-pentane content (stream 3).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20624

Last daily value for the n-pentane content (stream 3).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20626

Last daily value for the C6+ content (stream 3).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20628

Last daily value for the n-hexane content (stream 3).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20630

Last daily value for the n-heptane content (stream 3).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20632

Last daily value for the n-octane content (stream 3).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20634

Last daily value for the n-nonane content (stream 3).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20636

Last daily value for the oxygen content (stream 3).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20638

Last daily value for the helium content (stream 3).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20640

Last daily value for the hydrogen content (stream 3).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20642

Last daily value for the argon content (stream 3).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20644

Last daily value for the reserve content (stream 3).

219

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

220

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1900

Number analyses on stream 3, which were made on the last day.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1901

Number of successful analyses on stream 3, which were made on the last day.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20646

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20648

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20650

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20652

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20654

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20656

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20658

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20660

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20662

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20664

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20666

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20668

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20670

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20672

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20674

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20676

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20678

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20680

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20682

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20684

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-4

A

1895

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3234

Time of formation of the last daily values for stream 4. This record for the last daily values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20686

Last daily value for the superior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20688

Last daily value for the Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20690

Last daily value for the standard density (stream 4).

221

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24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

222

Unit

Modb.

Description

20692

Last daily value for the relative density (stream 4).

├ rd │

A

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20694

Last daily value for the inferior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20696

Last daily value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ Zn │

A

20698

Last daily value for the real gas factor (stream 4).

├ Methane Number │

A

20700

Last daily value for the methane number (stream 4).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20702

Last daily value for the unnormalized sum (stream 4).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20704

Last daily value for the nitrogen content (stream 4).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20706

Last daily value for the methane content (stream 4).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20708

Last daily value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 4).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20710

Last daily value for the ethane content (stream 4).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20712

Last daily value for the propane content (stream 4).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20714

Last daily value for the i-butane content (stream 4).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20716

Last daily value for the n-butane content (stream 4).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20718

Last daily value for the neopentane content (stream 4).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20720

Last daily value for the i-pentane content (stream 4).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20722

Last daily value for the n-pentane content (stream 4).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20724

Last daily value for the C6+ content (stream 4).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20726

Last daily value for the n-hexane content (stream 4).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20728

Last daily value for the n-heptane content (stream 4).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20730

Last daily value for the n-octane content (stream 4).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20732

Last daily value for the n-nonane content (stream 4).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20734

Last daily value for the oxygen content (stream 4).

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


24 Daily Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20736

Last daily value for the helium content (stream 4).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20738

Last daily value for the hydrogen content (stream 4).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20740

Last daily value for the argon content (stream 4).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20742

Last daily value for the reserve content (stream 4).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1902

Number analyses on stream 4, which were made on the last day.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1903

Number of successful analyses on stream 4, which were made on the last day.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20744

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20746

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20748

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20750

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20752

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20754

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20756

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20758

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20760

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

223

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

224

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20762

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20764

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20766

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20768

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20770

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20772

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20774

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20776

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20778

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20780

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20782

Last daily value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

1876

Heading

1877

Heading

" 25 Monthly Values " Stream-1

A

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

3220

Time of formation of the last monthly values for stream 1. This record for the last monthly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Date │ │ │

A

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20784

Last monthly value for the superior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20786

Last monthly value for the Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20788

Last monthly value for the standard density (stream 1).

├ rd │

A

20790

Last monthly value for the relative density (stream 1).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20792

Last monthly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 1).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20794

Last monthly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 1).

├ Zn │

A

20796

Last monthly value for the real gas factor (stream 1).

├ Methane Number │

A

20798

Last monthly value for the methane number (stream 1).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20800

Last monthly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 1).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20802

Last monthly value for the nitrogen content (stream 1).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20804

Last monthly value for the methane content (stream 1).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20806

Last monthly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 1).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20808

Last monthly value for the ethane content (stream 1).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20810

Last monthly value for the propane content (stream 1).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20812

Last monthly value for the i-butane content (stream 1).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20814

Last monthly value for the n-butane content (stream 1).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20816

Last monthly value for the neopentane content (stream 1).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20818

Last monthly value for the i-pentane content (stream 1).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20820

Last monthly value for the n-pentane content (stream 1).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20822

Last monthly value for the C6+ content (stream 1).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20824

Last monthly value for the n-hexane content (stream 1).

225

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

226

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20826

Last monthly value for the n-heptane content (stream 1).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20828

Last monthly value for the n-octane content (stream 1).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20830

Last monthly value for the n-nonane content (stream 1).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20832

Last monthly value for the oxygen content (stream 1).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20834

Last monthly value for the helium content (stream 1).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20836

Last monthly value for the hydrogen content (stream 1).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20838

Last monthly value for the argon content (stream 1).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20840

Last monthly value for the reserve content (stream 1).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1881

Number analyses on stream 1, which were made in the last month.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1882

Number of successful analyses on stream 1, which were made in the last month.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20842

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20844

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20846

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20848

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20850

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20852

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20854

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20856

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20858

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20860

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20862

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20864

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20866

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20868

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20870

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20872

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20874

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20876

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

227

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20878

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20880

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 1). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-2

A

1883

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3222

Time of formation of the last monthly values for stream 2. This record for the last monthly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20882

Last monthly value for the superior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20884

Last monthly value for the Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20886

Last monthly value for the standard density (stream 2).

├ rd │

A

20888

Last monthly value for the relative density (stream 2).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20890

Last monthly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 2).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20892

Last monthly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 2).

├ Zn │

A

20894

Last monthly value for the real gas factor (stream 2).

├ Methane Number │

A

20896

Last monthly value for the methane number (stream 2).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20898

Last monthly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 2).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20900

Last monthly value for the nitrogen content (stream 2).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

20902

Last monthly value for the methane content (stream 2).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

20904

Last monthly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 2).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

20906

Last monthly value for the ethane content (stream 2).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

20908

Last monthly value for the propane content (stream 2).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

20910

Last monthly value for the i-butane content (stream 2).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

20912

Last monthly value for the n-butane content (stream 2).

228

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

20914

Last monthly value for the neopentane content (stream 2).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

20916

Last monthly value for the i-pentane content (stream 2).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

20918

Last monthly value for the n-pentane content (stream 2).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

20920

Last monthly value for the C6+ content (stream 2).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

20922

Last monthly value for the n-hexane content (stream 2).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

20924

Last monthly value for the n-heptane content (stream 2).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

20926

Last monthly value for the n-octane content (stream 2).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

20928

Last monthly value for the n-nonane content (stream 2).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

20930

Last monthly value for the oxygen content (stream 2).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

20932

Last monthly value for the helium content (stream 2).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

20934

Last monthly value for the hydrogen content (stream 2).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

20936

Last monthly value for the argon content (stream 2).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

20938

Last monthly value for the reserve content (stream 2).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1884

Number analyses on stream 2, which were made in the last month.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1885

Number of successful analyses on stream 2, which were made in the last month.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

20940

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

20942

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

20944

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

20946

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

229

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

230

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

20948

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

20950

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

20952

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

20954

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

20956

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

20958

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

20960

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

20962

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

20964

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

20966

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

20968

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

20970

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

20972

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

20974

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

20976

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

20978

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 2). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-3

A

1886

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3224

Time of formation of the last monthly values for stream 3. This record for the last monthly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

20980

Last monthly value for the superior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

20982

Last monthly value for the Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

20984

Last monthly value for the standard density (stream 3).

├ rd │

A

20986

Last monthly value for the relative density (stream 3).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

20988

Last monthly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 3).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

20990

Last monthly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 3).

├ Zn │

A

20992

Last monthly value for the real gas factor (stream 3).

├ Methane Number │

A

20994

Last monthly value for the methane number (stream 3).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

20996

Last monthly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 3).

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

20998

Last monthly value for the nitrogen content (stream 3).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

21000

Last monthly value for the methane content (stream 3).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

21002

Last monthly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 3).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

21004

Last monthly value for the ethane content (stream 3).

231

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

232

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Propane │

A

mol%

21006

Last monthly value for the propane content (stream 3).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

21008

Last monthly value for the i-butane content (stream 3).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

21010

Last monthly value for the n-butane content (stream 3).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

21012

Last monthly value for the neopentane content (stream 3).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

21014

Last monthly value for the i-pentane content (stream 3).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

21016

Last monthly value for the n-pentane content (stream 3).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

21018

Last monthly value for the C6+ content (stream 3).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

21020

Last monthly value for the n-hexane content (stream 3).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

21022

Last monthly value for the n-heptane content (stream 3).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

21024

Last monthly value for the n-octane content (stream 3).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

21026

Last monthly value for the n-nonane content (stream 3).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

21028

Last monthly value for the oxygen content (stream 3).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

21030

Last monthly value for the helium content (stream 3).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

21032

Last monthly value for the hydrogen content (stream 3).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

21034

Last monthly value for the argon content (stream 3).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

21036

Last monthly value for the reserve content (stream 3).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1887

Number analyses on stream 3, which were made in the last month.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1888

Number of successful analyses on stream 3, which were made in the last month.

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

21038

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

21040

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

............................................................................................................................................................................................................... -


25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

21042

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

21044

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

21046

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

21048

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

21050

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

21052

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

21054

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

21056

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

21058

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

21060

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

21062

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

21064

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

233

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

234

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

21066

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

21068

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

21070

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

21072

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

21074

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

21076

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 3). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

" Stream-4

A

1880

Heading

├ Date │ │ │

A

3226

Time of formation of the last monthly values for stream 4. This record for the last monthly values can be read out via Modbus.

├ Superior Calorific Value │

A

&UnitHs

21078

Last monthly value for the superior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wobbe Index │

A

&UnitHs

21080

Last monthly value for the Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ rho │

A

&UnitRhon

21082

Last monthly value for the standard density (stream 4).

├ rd │

A

21084

Last monthly value for the relative density (stream 4).

├ Hi │

A

&UnitHs

21086

Last monthly value for the inferior calorific value (stream 4).

├ Wl │

A

&UnitHs

21088

Last monthly value for the lower Wobbe index (stream 4).

├ Zn │

A

21090

Last monthly value for the real gas factor (stream 4).

├ Methane Number │

A

21092

Last monthly value for the methane number (stream 4).

├ Unnorm. Sum │

A

21094

Last monthly value for the unnormalized sum (stream 4).

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Nitrogen │

A

mol%

21096

Last monthly value for the nitrogen content (stream 4).

├ Methane │

A

mol%

21098

Last monthly value for the methane content (stream 4).

├ Carbon Dioxide │

A

mol%

21100

Last monthly value for the carbon dioxide content (stream 4).

├ Ethane │

A

mol%

21102

Last monthly value for the ethane content (stream 4).

├ Propane │

A

mol%

21104

Last monthly value for the propane content (stream 4).

├ i-Butane │

A

mol%

21106

Last monthly value for the i-butane content (stream 4).

├ n-Butane │

A

mol%

21108

Last monthly value for the n-butane content (stream 4).

├ Neopentane │

A

mol%

21110

Last monthly value for the neopentane content (stream 4).

├ i-Pentane │

A

mol%

21112

Last monthly value for the i-pentane content (stream 4).

├ n-Pentane │

A

mol%

21114

Last monthly value for the n-pentane content (stream 4).

├ C6+ │

A

mol%

21116

Last monthly value for the C6+ content (stream 4).

├ n-Hexane │

A

mol%

21118

Last monthly value for the n-hexane content (stream 4).

├ n-Heptane │

A

mol%

21120

Last monthly value for the n-heptane content (stream 4).

├ n-Octane │

A

mol%

21122

Last monthly value for the n-octane content (stream 4).

├ n-Nonane │

A

mol%

21124

Last monthly value for the n-nonane content (stream 4).

├ Oxygen │

A

mol%

21126

Last monthly value for the oxygen content (stream 4).

├ Helium │

A

mol%

21128

Last monthly value for the helium content (stream 4).

├ Hydrogen │

A

mol%

21130

Last monthly value for the hydrogen content (stream 4).

├ Argon │

A

mol%

21132

Last monthly value for the argon content (stream 4).

├ Reserve │

A

mol%

21134

Last monthly value for the reserve content (stream 4).

├ Num. meas. total │

A

1889

Number analyses on stream 4, which were made in the last month.

├ Num. meas. ok │

A

1890

Number of successful analyses on stream 4, which were made in the last month.

235

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25 Monthly Values

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

236

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-1 │ │ │

A

21136

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 1 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-2 │ │ │

A

21138

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 2 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-3 │ │ │

A

21140

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 3 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-4 │ │ │

A

21142

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 4 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-5 │ │ │

A

21144

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 5 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-6 │ │ │

A

21146

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 6 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-7 │ │ │

A

21148

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 7 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-8 │ │ │

A

21150

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 8 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-9 │ │ │

A

21152

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 9 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-10 │ │ │

A

21154

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 10 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-11 │ │ │

A

21156

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 11 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-12 │ │ │

A

21158

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 12 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

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26 User

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ User Value-13 │ │ │

A

21160

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 13 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-14 │ │ │

A

21162

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 14 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-15 │ │ │

A

21164

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 15 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-16 │ │ │

A

21166

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 16 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-17 │ │ │

A

21168

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 17 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-18 │ │ │

A

21170

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 18 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

├ User Value-19 │ │ │

A

21172

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 19 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

└ User Value-20

A

21174

Last monthly value for user-defined archive value 20 (stream 4). This value is defined under "Archives and Memory/Freely Selectable Archives".

A

1430

Heading

├ Select Language │ │ │ │ │ │

N

1431

{German|English} Language selection for the GC9300. This language selection does NOT set countryspecific parameters; date format or decimal separators remain unchanged. The languages German and English are currently available.

├ Change Language │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

1628

{NO|YES} Test function for the menus and help texts. Automatic switch (approx. 5 sec.) between two languages. Language-1 is reset when this function is disabled. Note: This test mode does not (yet) work with all screens.

" 26 User

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26 User

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

238

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Language-1 │ │

N

1629

{German|English} Language selection 1 for changing language (test function).

├ Language-2 │ │

N

1630

{German|English} Language selection 2 for changing language (test function).

├ Codeword Default │

E

5660

Entry of the default value for the codeword. Please enter an 8-digit codeword here.

├ Codeword │ │ │ │ │ │ │

N

5680

Entry of the codeword (8-digit). If the codeword matches the default value, programming of the corresponding parameters is enabled. Entry of an incorrect code disables programming. The icon on the right shows the codeword status, which indicates whether this parameter is freely programmable.

├ Calibration Lock Status │ │ │ │

A

1432

{Locked|Enabled} Status of calibration lock. When the calibration switch is open, both custody transfer parameters and user parameters can be changed.

├ Codeword Status │ │ │ │

A

1433

{Locked|Enabled} Status of the codeword. When the correct codeword is entered, the user parameters can be changed but the custody transfer parameters cannot be changed.

├ Codeword Activated

A

3198

Time of the last input of the correct codeword

├ DSfGCode status │ │ │

A

1434

{Locked|Enabled} Status of the DSfG codeword. When one of the two codewords is entered correctly, then the display shows "Enabled".

├ Display Contrast │

A

1631

Display of the display contrast value. The contrast can be set in the service dialog.

├ Screensaver Time

N

1632

This function is not yet available.

└ Volume Control

A

1635

Display of the volume control value. The volume can be set in the service dialog.

" Screen

A

1435

Heading

min

├ Display Value-1 │ │ │

N

Reg

1436

Definition of display value 1 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-2 │ │ │

N

Reg

1437

Definition of display value 2 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

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26 User

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Display Value-3 │ │ │

N

Reg

1438

Definition of display value 3 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-4 │ │ │

N

Reg

1439

Definition of display value 4 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-5 │ │ │

N

Reg

1440

Definition of display value 5 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-6 │ │ │

N

Reg

1441

Definition of display value 6 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-7 │ │ │

N

Reg

1442

Definition of display value 7 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-8 │ │ │

N

Reg

1443

Definition of display value 8 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-9 │ │ │

N

Reg

1444

Definition of display value 9 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-10 │ │ │

N

Reg

1445

Definition of display value 10 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-11 │ │ │

N

Reg

1446

Definition of display value 11 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-12 │ │ │

N

Reg

1447

Definition of display value 12 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-13 │ │ │

N

Reg

1448

Definition of display value 13 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-14 │ │ │

N

Reg

1449

Definition of display value 14 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

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26 User

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

240

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Display Value-15 │ │ │

N

Reg

1450

Definition of display value 15 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-16 │ │ │

N

Reg

1451

Definition of display value 16 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-17 │ │ │

N

Reg

1452

Definition of display value 17 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-18 │ │ │

N

Reg

1453

Definition of display value 18 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

├ Display Value-19 │ │ │

N

Reg

1454

Definition of display value 19 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

└ Display Value-20

N

Reg

1455

Definition of display value 20 on the "User" screen. The selection is made by entering the Modbus address for the desired value.

A

1642

Heading

├ Printer selection │

N

1645

{NO PRINTER|TERMINAL|EPSON} Selection of the connected printer

├ Interface │ │

A

1644

Interface to which the printer must be connected. It is set to COM5.

├ Print cal.-gas │

N

1859

{NO|YES} Specifying whether calibration results are printed

├ Print ref.-gas │ │

N

1860

{NO|YES} Specifying whether the results of reference gas measurements are printed

├ Print skips │ │

N

1862

{NO|YES} Specifying whether the results of the skip measurements are printed

├ Print meas.-gas │ │

N

1858

{NO|YES} Specifying whether the results of the measuring gas measurements are printed

├ Interval │ │

N

1647

Interval of printing the results for measuring gas. (1 = every analysis is printed, 2 = every second analysis is printed...)

├ Print hour values │

N

1861

{NO|YES} Specifiying whether hourly values are printed

├ Print day values │

N

1906

{NO|YES} Specifiying whether daily values are printed

" Printer

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27 Service

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Print month values │

N

1907

{NO|YES} Specifiying whether monthly values are printed

└ Shortform

N

1650

{NO|YES} Specifying whether the measuring gas logs are to be printed in short form

A

1456

Heading

A

1458

Heading

├ User Profile │ │ │ │ │

E

1459

{USER|SERVICE|DEVELOPER} With the user profile, parameters and display values can be hidden to improve readability. All values are visible in the DEVELOPER setting, while different values are hidden in the SERVICE or USER settings (initial state).

├ Service Mode │ │

N

1460

{OFF|ON} Test function for software test (only for RMG service)

├ Debug Mode │ │

N

1627

{OFF|ON} Test function for software test (only for RMG service)

└ Bootloader

N

1461

{NORMAL|M32|ARM} Test function for software test (only for RMG service)

A

1462

Heading

A

3036

Test function for software test (only for RMG service)

A

1934

Heading

" 27 Service " Parameters

" Diagnosis └ CAN Counter " Block CRCs ├ Block-CRC 1 │ │

A

hex

3258

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 1 (GC9300 mode)

├ Block-CRC 2 │ │

A

hex

3260

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 2 (Current values)

├ Block-CRC 3 │ │

A

hex

3262

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 3 (Stream-1 values)

├ Block-CRC 4 │ │

A

hex

3264

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 4 (Stream-2 values)

├ Block-CRC 5 │ │

A

hex

3266

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 5 (Stream-3 values)

├ Block-CRC 6 │ │

A

hex

3268

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 6 (Stream-4 values)

├ Block-CRC 7 │ │

A

hex

3270

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 7 (Ref.-Gas values)

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27 Service

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

242

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Block-CRC 8 │ │

A

hex

3272

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 8 (Cal.-Gas values)

├ Block-CRC 9 │ │

A

hex

3274

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 9 (Calibration results)

├ Block-CRC 10 │ │

A

hex

3276

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 10 (Specialities)

├ Block-CRC 11 │ │

A

hex

3278

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 11 (components parameters)

├ Block-CRC 12 │ │

A

hex

3280

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 12 (calibration parameters)

├ Block-CRC 13 │ │

A

hex

3282

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 13 (calculation parameters)

├ Block-CRC 14 │ │

A

hex

3284

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 14 (Gas analyzer unit)

├ Block-CRC 15 │ │

A

hex

3286

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 15 (In- and Outputs)

├ Block-CRC 16 │ │

A

hex

3288

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 16 (Serial ports)

├ Block-CRC 17 │ │

A

hex

3290

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 17 (Network)

├ Block-CRC 18 │ │

A

hex

3292

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 18 (DSfG)

├ Block-CRC 19 │ │

A

hex

3294

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 19 (External I/O System)

├ Block-CRC 20 │ │

A

hex

3296

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 20 (Fault and Status)

├ Block-CRC 21 │ │

A

hex

3298

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 21 (Date, Time)

├ Block-CRC 22 │ │

A

hex

3300

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 22 (Archives, Storage)

├ Block-CRC 23 │ │

A

hex

3302

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 23 (Hourly values)

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29 Nameplate

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Block-CRC 24 │ │

A

hex

3304

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 24 (Daily values)

├ Block-CRC 25 │ │

A

hex

3306

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 25 (Monthly values)

├ Block-CRC 26 │ │

A

hex

3308

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 26 (User)

├ Block-CRC 27 │ │

A

hex

3310

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 27 (Service)

├ Block-CRC 28 │ │

A

hex

3312

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 28 (----)

└ Block-CRC 29

A

hex

3314

Checksum over all metrological parameters under the menu item 29 (Nameplate)

A

1463

Heading

├ UserDefined_11

A

----

Dummy value for DSfG (temporary for developers)

├ UserDefined_12

A

----

Dummy value for DSfG (temporary for developers)

├ UserDefined_13

A

----

Dummy value for DSfG (temporary for developers)

├ UserDefined_14

A

----

Dummy value for DSfG (temporary for developers)

└ UserDefined_15

A

----

Dummy value for DSfG (temporary for developers)

A

1464

Heading

├ Software Version

A

5700

Installed software version

├ Software CR-32

A

3214

Checksum for installed software

├ Matrix Version │ │

A

200

Version of the parameter/measured value table. This applies to the visible section on the "Details" screen.

├ Kernel

A

5720

ID for kernel

├ Kernel built

A

30860

Built date of Kernel

├ Kernel CRC-32

A

3250

CRC of the kernel

├ Kernel BL

A

30880

Kernel Bootloader version

├ BIOS Version

A

5740

ID for BIOS

├ Bios BL Version

A

5760

ID for bootloader

├ Meas. Elem. SW Ver.

A

10844

Software version of measuring element

├ GcStartup CRC-32

A

hex

3252

CRC of the GcStartup.cmd

├ Dio CRC-32

A

hex

3254

CRC of the Dio.exe

├ Device Type │

E

5780

Device type of analytical computer (always GC 9300)

├ Device #

E

3038

Serial Number

" 28 - - - -

" 29 Nameplate

hex

hex

243

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29 Nameplate

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

244

├ Meas. Elem. Type │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit E

Modb.

Description

1625

{PGC9301|PGC9302} Selection of the gas chromatograph type (natural gas, biogas etc.) The "Meas. Elem. Type" and "Permitted for" parameters are used for selection of the custody transfer values "§". -------------------------------------------------PGC9301 PGC9302 Natural gas Biogas -------------------------------------------------Superior calorific value X X Standard density X X -------------------------------------------------Nitrogen X X -------------------------------------------------Methane X X -------------------------------------------------Carbon dioxide X X -------------------------------------------------Ethane X X -------------------------------------------------Propane X X -------------------------------------------------i-Butane Methylpropane X X -------------------------------------------------n-Butane X X -------------------------------------------------Neopentane Dimethylpropane X -------------------------------------------------i-Pentane Methylbutane X -------------------------------------------------n-Pentane X -------------------------------------------------C6+ X -------------------------------------------------Oxygen X -------------------------------------------------Hydrogen X --------------------------------------------------

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29 Nameplate

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element ├ Permitted for │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │ │

Unit E

Modb.

Description

1626

{NONE|GAS QUALITY|SUP. CAL. VALUE} Permitted operating mode (superior calorific value measuring device, gas quality measuring device) The "Meas. Elem. Type" and "Permitted for" parameters are used for selection of the custody transfer values "§".

245

---------------------------------------------------------PGC9301 PGC9302 Superior Superior calorific value calorific value Gas qual. Gas qual. ------------------------------------------------------------------Superior calorific value X X X X Standard density X X X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Nitrogen X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Methane X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Carbon dioxide X X X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Ethane X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Propane X X ------------------------------------------------------------------i-Butane Methylpropane X X ------------------------------------------------------------------n-Butane X X ------------------------------------------------------------------Neopentane Dimethylpropane X ------------------------------------------------------------------i-Pentane Methylbutane X ------------------------------------------------------------------n-Pentane X ------------------------------------------------------------------C6+ X ------------------------------------------------------------------Oxygen X ------------------------------------------------------------------Hydrogen X -------------------------------------------------------------------

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29 Nameplate

ANNEX

...............................................................................................................................................................................................................

Element

246

Unit

Modb.

Description

├ Meas. Elem. # │ │ │ │ │ │

E

3040

Input of the serial number of the measuring element. This input value must match the read out serial number of the measuring element. If these values do not match, a fault is displayed and no further measurement takes place. This monitoring can be disabled by entering the serial number "0".

├ Manufacturer │

E

1465

{RMG} Manufacturer

├ Year of Construction

E

1466

Year of construction

├ Measuring Site

C

6520

Name of measurement installation

└ Startup

C

3152

Time of startup. Part of the general data element list.

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