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Our Goal

Heating is colloquially considered a luxury, and more in a country like Mexico, where the heat is taken as a daily. But when it comes to specialized industrial processes or performance and production in greenhouses, heating is not a luxury, it is an absolute necessity.

And as part of an industrial process, not a question that can be left to chance, is a matter of vital importance that may mean increasing the profit margin of a company, or total loss of investment in it.

Understanding this fundamental need, in Van Triest Engineering Group works to give the customer not only products of the best brands with proven quality, but also the necessary technical support for users who decide not see your confidence in your investment risk.

The mission of Van Triest Engineering is to provide the best product, best support and better care.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is the complete burner controller that meets all requirements; type-examination tested. By using a different relay unit and a software module, the VMS compound management system becomes the FMS combustion management system. Thus, the electronic compound regulator comes with a burner controller. This integration saves a great deal in terms of wiring overheads, and reduces the number of error sources. Commissioning the system becomes simpler.

The FMS contains all VMS functions. However it also contains the combustion controller, and if necessary, a leakage monitor too. Together, all these functions reduce the required number of external instruments to a minimum, thus creating a price/performance ratio without peers. When using the FMS with integral leakage monitor, output regulator and possibly rev. speed feedback, almost everything needed for combustion control is integrated into one unit. Safety chains, sensors and monitors are linked directly to the FMS. Additional external regulators or monitoring devices are hardly needed anymore.

Visual data and operation are the same as in the VMS. Control of the magnetic valves, the ignition transformers, the ventilators etc takes place via a special relay module. This allows valves up to 2 A to be switched directly. The FMS has 16 digital inputs, of which 3 are inputs for separate safety chains. Thus, external error sources can be differentiated, identified and displayed.

The controller can be adapted to the widest range of different tasks through simple parameter settings. Many of these can be adjusted on site. Each permitted flame monitor can be addressed via a floating-potential contact.

 

 

Technical

Voltage supply:

230 VAC + 10 % - 15 % 50/60 Hz
115 VAC + 10 % - 15 % 50/60 Hz (option)

Ambient temperature
Operation:

+ 0 °C … + 60 °C

Ambient temperature
Transport and storage:

- 25 °C … + 60 °C

Resolution per analogue input:

999 digit, 10 bit

Three-point-step:

via external relay modules
type 660R0013 up to 50 mA (40 Nm)
type 660R0131 more than 30 Nm
up to 3,1 A

Recommended run time of the servomotor:

30 s … 60 s

Constant outputs

0 … 10 V > 5 kΩ

Load:

0/4 … 20 mA < 600 Ω

Digital signal inputs:

16 via floating contact
24 VDC

Number of curve-sets:

2 per channel (e.g. for oil/gas dual-fuel burner) optional 4 or 8

BUS connection:

Via 25-pole sub-D socket, communication processor optional for the systems:

  • Interbus-S (Phoenix)
  • PROFIBUS
  • Modbus
  • CANopen
     

Approvals:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EC Type Examination Certificate (Module B) according to Directive 97/23/EC

  • DIN EN 298:2004
  • DIN EN 1643:2001
  • DIN EN 230:2005
  • DIN EN 60730-2-5
  • DIN EN 12067-2:2004
  • DIN EN 50156-1:2005, point 10.5
     

SIL 3 Confirmation

  • DIN EN 61508 Parts 2+3

 

EC-Type Examination Certificate

  • 2009/142/EC
  • DIN EN 298
  • DIN EN 13611
  • DIN EN 1643
  • DIN EN 12067-2

 

EC Declatation of Conformity

  • 2006/95/EC (Low Voltage Directive)
  • 2004/108/EC (EMC Directive)
  • 97/23/EC (Pressure Equipment Directive Cat. 4 Mod. B+D)
  • 2009/142/EC (Gas Appliance Directive)

 

Marine Type Approval Certificate GL and GR