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    Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 01 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version from 15 43 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Admin Ban Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 00 23 26 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Christian Ban Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range

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    WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 15 43 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Admin Ban The Camur II system technical data System overview Example diagram showing interconnection of Camur II components Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete It is a scalable system You will find cost effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your sensor to the Camur II Bus Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes For example the Camur II P node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar Camur II LPR node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar reference and counter electrode The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus consists of a power and a CAN bus cable Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way The Camur II Controller is the supervisor of the Camur II installation It is responsible for the configuration of the system It collects and stores the data from your sensors sets alarms and logs all important events in the system Finally you need the user interface The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC Software The software in the Camur II system is a Client Server system The Camur II Server program is responsible for system configuration data storage and controls the Camur II nodes It serves the clients with information and performs tasks requested from the clients operator software At present there are two clients Camur II Project Manager and Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor is the user interface to the installation It views the project in a tree structure with the project at the root followed by the controllers for each Camur II Bus Each controller is divided into zones typically representing different areas of the installation The zones holds sensors and power supply Together with the tree structure there is an information panel with one or more tabs Depending on which object in the tree structure that is selected it displays different kinds of information You can use the Camur II Monitor on the local Camur II Controller or on a remote computer This means that you will use the same software to configure and monitor your Camur II system at the office and at the local installation Camur II Project Manager Camur II Project Manager is the user interface for handling the remote access to your Camur II projects It displays all your projects with project status such as for example alarms and last date of contact with the local Camur II Controller The Camur II Project Manager is also responsible for initiation of data synchronisation between local and remote data The Camur II Project Manager is only used on a remote computer Camur II Project Manager Limited Edition is identical to the Project Manager but is limited to handling one project Camur II Monitor Camur II Server The Camur II Server runs in two different modes local or remote In the local mode it runs on the Camur II Controller to control the Camur II Bus to collect data from the Camur II nodes to check alarm levels and so on It also provides services for clients such as the Camur II Monitor running on the Camur II Controller In the remote mode it runs on a computer that can be connected to the local installation via internet or a telephone line In remote mode Camur II Server is responsible for synchronisation of data between the remote and local database This means that when a local and remote system is connected any change in the configuration of the local system is transferred to the remote database When requested new data is transferred from the local to the remote database Any command from a client that requires a change in the local installation will be transferred as a request if possible carried out by the local server and then returned as a new system status Hardware Terms PPM parts per million 10000 ppm 1 or 1 ppm 0 0001 Camur II Bus Camur II Bus handles data communication and power distribution 12 48 VDC between the Camur II nodes Data communication is based on the industry standard CAN bus The data signal on the internal and external bus is identical Technical data Maximal no of nodes 100 Bus Interface Maximal length 1000 m Bus Interface Camur II Controller Camur II Controller The Camur II Controller is fanless and has a power consumption of 7 15W Technical data Data storage Restricted only by harddisksize Data rate 500 Samples s and Camur II Bus Channels 500 Channels Camur II Bus 100 Camur II Bus 5 I O 1 RJ 45 LAN port 802 11g WLAN antennas included 8 USB ports 4 in front 4 in back two of which is 3 0 1 HDMI port DVI adapter included 1 DisplayPort 1 Power supply 12V 3A Dimension WxHxD Standing 166 x 29 x 160 mm typically on a mounting bracket Lying 29 x 160 x 166 mm Weight 770 g Camur II nodes generally Camur II nodes common properties Isolated interface to the Camur II Bus This means that every measuring point is isolated from the rest of the installation Serial numbers that identifies the measuring point in Camur II Monitor Auto identifying functions that automatically installs the Camur II node into the system Technical data Isolation voltage 1000 V Camur II nodes Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with nodes on external bus and with system reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L D1 Watchdog 1 D2 Watchdog 2 D2 V 0V Connector 3 USB USB B connects to Camur II Controller System reset output D V Power In Voltage Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 81 g Camur II Bus Protector The Camur II Bus Protector can be used anywhere on the bus to simplify connecting the pluggable Quick nodes to the bus In addition it adds protection from reverse supply voltage power surges and interference Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power outputs for Bus Connector 1 12 48 V DC max 500 mA Connector 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L PG protective ground PG protective ground Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 are protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 1 2 5 6 Over voltage protection CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V CAN H CAN L V V relative to PG Protective Ground GDT 230 V Gas Discharge Tube Maximum Impulse Discharge Current 5 000 A 8 20 s1 operation 3 000 A 8 20 s 10 operations Nominal Alternating Discharge Current 3 A 50 Hz 1 second 1 operation 6 A 9 cycles 1 operation Impulse Life 100 A 10 1000 s 300 operations Interference Data and power lines are protected against interference from the Camur II Bus with common mode chokes Camur II Bus Repeater The Camur II Bus Repeater can be used anywhere on the Camur II Bus to create a new galvanically isolated Camur II Bus This allows the Camur II Bus to be branched and to be extended by another 1000 m and 100 nodes Technical data Power in bus 1 12 48 V DC 25 mA 24 V DC supply for Camur II Repeater Power in bus 2 12 48 V DC supply for Camur II nodes connected to Bus 2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController Camur II WLink Camur II WLink node with antenna With the Camur II WLink you can replace parts of the Camur II Bus with wireless links In other words you can eliminate cable and go wireless This can be very handy when the structure you want to monitor consists of separate parts for instance flats of blocks Two Camur II WLink is used for each link One master on the Camur II Bus and one slave on the Camur II Bus subnet Technical data master and slave Power In 12 48 V Standby 5 mA 24 V Transmit 20 mA 24V Range Indoor up to 50 m Range Outdoor up to 500 m Transmit Power 100 mW 20 dBm in Europe 10 mW 10dBm Receiver sensitivity 100 dBm Antenna connector RPSMA Max nodes in each Camur II subnet 50 Power is supplied from the Camur II Bus Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Standard nodes Camur II P The P node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements From S N 330832 March 2013 this node has been updated with new processor lower current consumption etc Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start

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    0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 15 10 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban The Camur II system technical data System overview Example diagram showing interconnection of Camur II components Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete It is a scalable system You will find cost effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your sensor to the Camur II Bus Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes For example the Camur II P node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar Camur II LPR node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar reference and counter electrode The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus consists of a power and a CAN bus cable Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way The Camur II Controller is the supervisor of the Camur II installation It is responsible for the configuration of the system It collects and stores the data from your sensors sets alarms and logs all important events in the system Finally you need the user interface The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC Software The software in the Camur II system is a Client Server system The Camur II Server program is responsible for system configuration data storage and controls the Camur II nodes It serves the clients with information and performs tasks requested from the clients operator software At present there are two clients Camur II Project Manager and Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor is the user interface to the installation It views the project in a tree structure with the project at the root followed by the controllers for each Camur II Bus Each controller is divided into zones typically representing different areas of the installation The zones holds sensors and power supply Together with the tree structure there is an information panel with one or more tabs Depending on which object in the tree structure that is selected it displays different kinds of information You can use the Camur II Monitor on the local Camur II Controller or on a remote computer This means that you will use the same software to configure and monitor your Camur II system at the office and at the local installation Camur II Project Manager Camur II Project Manager is the user interface for handling the remote access to your Camur II projects It displays all your projects with project status such as for example alarms and last date of contact with the local Camur II Controller The Camur II Project Manager is also responsible for initiation of data synchronisation between local and remote data The Camur II Project Manager is only used on a remote computer Camur II Project Manager Limited Edition is identical to the Project Manager but is limited to handling one project Camur II Monitor Camur II Server The Camur II Server runs in two different modes local or remote In the local mode it runs on the Camur II Controller to control the Camur II Bus to collect data from the Camur II nodes to check alarm levels and so on It also provides services for clients such as the Camur II Monitor running on the Camur II Controller In the remote mode it runs on a computer that can be connected to the local installation via internet or a telephone line In remote mode Camur II Server is responsible for synchronisation of data between the remote and local database This means that when a local and remote system is connected any change in the configuration of the local system is transferred to the remote database When requested new data is transferred from the local to the remote database Any command from a client that requires a change in the local installation will be transferred as a request if possible carried out by the local server and then returned as a new system status Hardware Terms PPM parts per million 10000 ppm 1 or 1 ppm 0 0001 Camur II Bus Camur II Bus handles data communication and power distribution 12 48 VDC between the Camur II nodes Data communication is based on the industry standard CAN bus The data signal on the internal and external bus is identical Technical data Maximal no of nodes 100 Bus Interface Maximal length 1000 m Bus Interface Camur II Controller Camur II Controller The Camur II Controller is fanless and has a power consumption of 7 15W Technical data Data storage Restricted only by harddisksize Data rate 500 Samples s and Camur II Bus Channels 500 Channels Camur II Bus 100 Camur II Bus 5 I O 1 RJ 45 LAN port 802 11g WLAN antennas included 8 USB ports 4 in front 4 in back two of which is 3 0 1 HDMI port DVI adapter included 1 DisplayPort 1 Power supply 12V 3A Dimension WxHxD Standing 166 x 29 x 160 mm typically on a mounting bracket Lying 29 x 160 x 166 mm Weight 770 g Camur II nodes generally Camur II nodes common properties Isolated interface to the Camur II Bus This means that every measuring point is isolated from the rest of the installation Serial numbers that identifies the measuring point in Camur II Monitor Auto identifying functions that automatically installs the Camur II node into the system Technical data Isolation voltage 1000 V Camur II nodes Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with nodes on external bus and with system reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L D1 Watchdog 1 D2 Watchdog 2 D2 V 0V Connector 3 USB USB B connects to Camur II Controller System reset output D V Power In Voltage Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 81 g Camur II Bus Protector The Camur II Bus Protector can be used anywhere on the bus to simplify connecting the pluggable Quick nodes to the bus In addition it adds protection from reverse supply voltage power surges and interference Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power outputs for Bus Connector 1 12 48 V DC max 500 mA Connector 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L PG protective ground PG protective ground Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 are protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 1 2 5 6 Over voltage protection CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V CAN H CAN L V V relative to PG Protective Ground GDT 230 V Gas Discharge Tube Maximum Impulse Discharge Current 5 000 A 8 20 s1 operation 3 000 A 8 20 s 10 operations Nominal Alternating Discharge Current 3 A 50 Hz 1 second 1 operation 6 A 9 cycles 1 operation Impulse Life 100 A 10 1000 s 300 operations Interference Data and power lines are protected against interference from the Camur II Bus with common mode chokes Camur II Bus Repeater The Camur II Bus Repeater can be used anywhere on the Camur II Bus to create a new galvanically isolated Camur II Bus This allows the Camur II Bus to be branched and to be extended by another 1000 m and 100 nodes Technical data Power in bus 1 12 48 V DC 25 mA 24 V DC supply for Camur II Repeater Power in bus 2 12 48 V DC supply for Camur II nodes connected to Bus 2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController Camur II WLink Camur II WLink node with antenna With the Camur II WLink you can replace parts of the Camur II Bus with wireless links In other words you can eliminate cable and go wireless This can be very handy when the structure you want to monitor consists of separate parts for instance flats of blocks Two Camur II WLink is used for each link One master on the Camur II Bus and one slave on the Camur II Bus subnet Technical data master and slave Power In 12 48 V Standby 5 mA 24 V Transmit 20 mA 24V Range Indoor up to 50 m Range Outdoor up to 500 m Transmit Power 100 mW 20 dBm in Europe 10 mW 10dBm Receiver sensitivity 100 dBm Antenna connector RPSMA Max nodes in each Camur II subnet 50 Power is supplied from the Camur II Bus Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Standard nodes Camur II P The P node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements From S N 330832 March 2013 this node has been updated with new processor lower current consumption etc Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for

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    WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 14 49 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban The Camur II system technical data System overview Example diagram showing interconnection of Camur II components Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete It is a scalable system You will find cost effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your sensor to the Camur II Bus Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes For example the Camur II P node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar Camur II LPR node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar reference and counter electrode The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus consists of a power and a CAN bus cable Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way The Camur II Controller is the supervisor of the Camur II installation It is responsible for the configuration of the system It collects and stores the data from your sensors sets alarms and logs all important events in the system Finally you need the user interface The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC Software The software in the Camur II system is a Client Server system The Camur II Server program is responsible for system configuration data storage and controls the Camur II nodes It serves the clients with information and performs tasks requested from the clients operator software At present there are two clients Camur II Project Manager and Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor is the user interface to the installation It views the project in a tree structure with the project at the root followed by the controllers for each Camur II Bus Each controller is divided into zones typically representing different areas of the installation The zones holds sensors and power supply Together with the tree structure there is an information panel with one or more tabs Depending on which object in the tree structure that is selected it displays different kinds of information You can use the Camur II Monitor on the local Camur II Controller or on a remote computer This means that you will use the same software to configure and monitor your Camur II system at the office and at the local installation Camur II Project Manager Camur II Project Manager is the user interface for handling the remote access to your Camur II projects It displays all your projects with project status such as for example alarms and last date of contact with the local Camur II Controller The Camur II Project Manager is also responsible for initiation of data synchronisation between local and remote data The Camur II Project Manager is only used on a remote computer Camur II Project Manager Limited Edition is identical to the Project Manager but is limited to handling one project Camur II Monitor Camur II Server The Camur II Server runs in two different modes local or remote In the local mode it runs on the Camur II Controller to control the Camur II Bus to collect data from the Camur II nodes to check alarm levels and so on It also provides services for clients such as the Camur II Monitor running on the Camur II Controller In the remote mode it runs on a computer that can be connected to the local installation via internet or a telephone line In remote mode Camur II Server is responsible for synchronisation of data between the remote and local database This means that when a local and remote system is connected any change in the configuration of the local system is transferred to the remote database When requested new data is transferred from the local to the remote database Any command from a client that requires a change in the local installation will be transferred as a request if possible carried out by the local server and then returned as a new system status Hardware Terms PPM parts per million 10000 ppm 1 or 1 ppm 0 0001 Camur II Bus Camur II Bus handles data communication and power distribution 12 48 VDC between the Camur II nodes Data communication is based on the industry standard CAN bus The data signal on the internal and external bus is identical Technical data Maximal no of nodes 100 Bus Interface Maximal length 1000 m Bus Interface Camur II Controller Camur II Controller The Camur II Controller is fanless and has a power consumption of 7 15W Technical data Data storage Restricted only by harddisksize Data rate 500 Samples s and Camur II Bus Channels 500 Channels Camur II Bus 100 Camur II Bus 5 I O 1 RJ 45 LAN port 802 11g WLAN antennas included 8 USB ports 4 in front 4 in back two of which is 3 0 1 HDMI port DVI adapter included 1 DisplayPort 1 Power supply 12V 3A Dimension WxHxD Standing 166 x 29 x 160 mm typically on a mounting bracket Lying 29 x 160 x 166 mm Weight 770 g Camur II nodes generally Camur II nodes common properties Isolated interface to the Camur II Bus This means that every measuring point is isolated from the rest of the installation Serial numbers that identifies the measuring point in Camur II Monitor Auto identifying functions that automatically installs the Camur II node into the system Technical data Isolation voltage 1000 V Camur II nodes Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with nodes on external bus and with system reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L D1 Watchdog 1 D2 Watchdog 2 D2 V 0V Connector 3 USB USB B connects to Camur II Controller System reset output D V Power In Voltage Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 81 g Camur II Bus Protector The Camur II Bus Protector can be used anywhere on the bus to simplify connecting the pluggable Quick nodes to the bus In addition it adds protection from reverse supply voltage power surges and interference Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power outputs for Bus Connector 1 12 48 V DC max 500 mA Connector 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L PG protective ground PG protective ground Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 are protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 1 2 5 6 Over voltage protection CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V CAN H CAN L V V relative to PG Protective Ground GDT 230 V Gas Discharge Tube Maximum Impulse Discharge Current 5 000 A 8 20 s1 operation 3 000 A 8 20 s 10 operations Nominal Alternating Discharge Current 3 A 50 Hz 1 second 1 operation 6 A 9 cycles 1 operation Impulse Life 100 A 10 1000 s 300 operations Interference Data and power lines are protected against interference from the Camur II Bus with common mode chokes Camur II Bus Repeater The Camur II Bus Repeater can be used anywhere on the Camur II Bus to create a new galvanically isolated Camur II Bus This allows the Camur II Bus to be branched and to be extended by another 1000 m and 100 nodes Technical data Power in bus 1 12 48 V DC 25 mA 24 V DC supply for Camur II Repeater Power in bus 2 12 48 V DC supply for Camur II nodes connected to Bus 2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController Camur II WLink Camur II WLink node with antenna With the Camur II WLink you can replace parts of the Camur II Bus with wireless links In other words you can eliminate cable and go wireless This can be very handy when the structure you want to monitor consists of separate parts for instance flats of blocks Two Camur II WLink is used for each link One master on the Camur II Bus and one slave on the Camur II Bus subnet Technical data master and slave Power In 12 48 V Standby 5 mA 24 V Transmit 20 mA 24V Range Indoor up to 50 m Range Outdoor up to 500 m Transmit Power 100 mW 20 dBm in Europe 10 mW 10dBm Receiver sensitivity 100 dBm Antenna connector RPSMA Max nodes in each Camur II subnet 50 Power is supplied from the Camur II Bus Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Standard nodes Camur II P The P node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements From S N 330832 March 2013 this node has been updated with new processor lower current consumption etc Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start

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    WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 14 43 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban The Camur II system technical data System overview Example diagram showing interconnection of Camur II components Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete It is a scalable system You will find cost effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your sensor to the Camur II Bus Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes For example the Camur II P node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar Camur II LPR node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar reference and counter electrode The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus consists of a power and a CAN bus cable Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way The Camur II Controller is the supervisor of the Camur II installation It is responsible for the configuration of the system It collects and stores the data from your sensors sets alarms and logs all important events in the system Finally you need the user interface The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC Software The software in the Camur II system is a Client Server system The Camur II Server program is responsible for system configuration data storage and controls the Camur II nodes It serves the clients with information and performs tasks requested from the clients operator software At present there are two clients Camur II Project Manager and Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor is the user interface to the installation It views the project in a tree structure with the project at the root followed by the controllers for each Camur II Bus Each controller is divided into zones typically representing different areas of the installation The zones holds sensors and power supply Together with the tree structure there is an information panel with one or more tabs Depending on which object in the tree structure that is selected it displays different kinds of information You can use the Camur II Monitor on the local Camur II Controller or on a remote computer This means that you will use the same software to configure and monitor your Camur II system at the office and at the local installation Camur II Project Manager Camur II Project Manager is the user interface for handling the remote access to your Camur II projects It displays all your projects with project status such as for example alarms and last date of contact with the local Camur II Controller The Camur II Project Manager is also responsible for initiation of data synchronisation between local and remote data The Camur II Project Manager is only used on a remote computer Camur II Project Manager Limited Edition is identical to the Project Manager but is limited to handling one project Camur II Monitor Camur II Server The Camur II Server runs in two different modes local or remote In the local mode it runs on the Camur II Controller to control the Camur II Bus to collect data from the Camur II nodes to check alarm levels and so on It also provides services for clients such as the Camur II Monitor running on the Camur II Controller In the remote mode it runs on a computer that can be connected to the local installation via internet or a telephone line In remote mode Camur II Server is responsible for synchronisation of data between the remote and local database This means that when a local and remote system is connected any change in the configuration of the local system is transferred to the remote database When requested new data is transferred from the local to the remote database Any command from a client that requires a change in the local installation will be transferred as a request if possible carried out by the local server and then returned as a new system status Hardware Terms PPM parts per million 10000 ppm 1 or 1 ppm 0 0001 Camur II Bus Camur II Bus handles data communication and power distribution 12 48 VDC between the Camur II nodes Data communication is based on the industry standard CAN bus The data signal on the internal and external bus is identical Technical data Maximal no of nodes 100 Bus Interface Maximal length 1000 m Bus Interface Camur II Controller Camur II Controller The Camur II Controller is fanless and has a power consumption of 7 15W Technical data Data storage Restricted only by harddisksize Data rate 500 Samples s and Camur II Bus Channels 500 Channels Camur II Bus 100 Camur II Bus 5 I O 1 RJ 45 LAN port 802 11g WLAN antennas included 8 USB ports 4 in front 4 in back two of which is 3 0 1 HDMI port DVI adapter included 1 DisplayPort 1 Power supply 12V 3A Dimension WxHxD Standing 166 x 29 x 160 mm typically on a mounting bracket Lying 29 x 160 x 166 mm Weight 770 g Camur II nodes generally Camur II nodes common properties Isolated interface to the Camur II Bus This means that every measuring point is isolated from the rest of the installation Serial numbers that identifies the measuring point in Camur II Monitor Auto identifying functions that automatically installs the Camur II node into the system Technical data Isolation voltage 1000 V Camur II nodes Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with nodes on external bus and with system reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L D1 Watchdog 1 D2 Watchdog 2 D2 V 0V Connector 3 USB USB B connects to Camur II Controller System reset output D V Power In Voltage Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 81 g Camur II Bus Protector The Camur II Bus Protector can be used anywhere on the bus to simplify connecting the pluggable Quick nodes to the bus In addition it adds protection from reverse supply voltage power surges and interference Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power outputs for Bus Connector 1 12 48 V DC max 500 mA Connector 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L PG protective ground PG protective ground Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 are protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 1 2 5 6 Over voltage protection CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V CAN H CAN L V V relative to PG Protective Ground GDT 230 V Gas Discharge Tube Maximum Impulse Discharge Current 5 000 A 8 20 s1 operation 3 000 A 8 20 s 10 operations Nominal Alternating Discharge Current 3 A 50 Hz 1 second 1 operation 6 A 9 cycles 1 operation Impulse Life 100 A 10 1000 s 300 operations Interference Data and power lines are protected against interference from the Camur II Bus with common mode chokes Camur II Bus Repeater The Camur II Bus Repeater can be used anywhere on the Camur II Bus to create a new galvanically isolated Camur II Bus This allows the Camur II Bus to be branched and to be extended by another 1000 m and 100 nodes Technical data Power in bus 1 12 48 V DC 25 mA 24 V DC supply for Camur II Repeater Power in bus 2 12 48 V DC supply for Camur II nodes connected to Bus 2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController Camur II WLink Camur II WLink node with antenna With the Camur II WLink you can replace parts of the Camur II Bus with wireless links In other words you can eliminate cable and go wireless This can be very handy when the structure you want to monitor consists of separate parts for instance flats of blocks Two Camur II WLink is used for each link One master on the Camur II Bus and one slave on the Camur II Bus subnet Technical data master and slave Power In 12 48 V Standby 5 mA 24 V Transmit 20 mA 24V Range Indoor up to 50 m Range Outdoor up to 500 m Transmit Power 100 mW 20 dBm in Europe 10 mW 10dBm Receiver sensitivity 100 dBm Antenna connector RPSMA Max nodes in each Camur II subnet 50 Power is supplied from the Camur II Bus Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Standard nodes Camur II P The P node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements From S N 330832 March 2013 this node has been updated with new processor lower current consumption etc Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start

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    2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController coming soon Version from 12 49 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with

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    ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 0 1 Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version from 12 47 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban Version as of 12 49 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current

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    2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor 1 Input channel 1 RH s tandard 2 Input channel 2 Temp standard G Signal ground Power out G Power ground The table describes how to connect the HygroTemp sensor to the HUM node Camur II HUM node HygroTemp sensor Description Label Color Color Pin no Description Input channel 1 1 White White 5 relative humidity Input channel 2 2 Brown Brown 6 Temperature Signal ground G Yellow Yellow 7 Ground analog signal Power out Green Green 1 V DC 3 3 5V Power ground G Grey Grey 2 Ground power Red Blue 3 4 Not used UART HygroTemp connector Standard output scaling for the HygroTemp is 0 1 V 40 60 C 0 100 RH Formulas RH mV 0 1 and T mV 0 1 40 Make sure Warm up time is non zero and sufficient for your sensor This is adjusted in Camur II Monitor on the node page To change Warm up time stop recording set new Warm up time start monitor recording Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 122 g Old version This node is identical to the current HUM node except Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA Output current 24 VI Inputs 1 Resolution 1 mV Power outputs 1 Output range 7 5 0 1 V A Camur II ResMes This node can measure AC resistance between two electrodes Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 1 Ω 3 MΩ automatic range select Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 100 kΩ 10 Ω 4 2 division Range 3 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 100 Ω 8 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 6 8 kΩ Range 3 1 V 220 kΩ Frequency 100 Hz or 1 kHz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R electrode 1 R electrode 2 Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Camur II ZRA This node can measure currents with virtually zero resistance in other words no influence on the circuit being measured Technical data Power in 12 48 V 18 mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 mA Range abs Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 2 mA 1 uA 1 uA 2 division Range 2 300 uA 0 05 uA 0 1 uA 2 division Automatic range select Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Voltage drop 12 5mA 2mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor I Current out I Current in Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 134 g Advanced nodes Camur II CorroWatch V 1 3 from S N 721229 CorroWatch node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 6 Current 5 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A4 Anodes working electrodes 1 4 A5 A6 Additional anode connections for CW6 model BAR Optional connection to reinforcement bar CE Cathode counter electrode RE Reference electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 sensor P1 P2 Measurement connection for Pt1000 sensor Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of a CorroWatch node are galvanically isolated from the digital side bus but not from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Old version This node is identical to the current CorroWatch node except Technical data Inputs 6 Voltage 1 Current 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 1 Pt1000 input 1 Range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 1 C Accuracy 200 ppm Outputs 1 Accuracy 400 ppm Not all measurement modes supported including Monitor extended Camur II MRE MRE MultiRing Electrode MRE node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 8 x AC resistance 1 x Pt1000 AC resistance input 8 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 3 M autorange Ω 40 80 C Resolution max 1 5 Ω 1 C Range Resolution Accuracy Noise Range 1 1 Ω 2000 Ω 1 5 1 Ω 1 2 division Range 2 2 kΩ 20 kΩ 50 1 2 division Range 3 20 kΩ 100 kΩ 1 5k 1 2 division Range 4 100 kΩ 3 MΩ 25k 1 2 division Temperature coefficient 100 ppm C Sampling interval 1 s Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor R1 R8 Electrode 1 8 P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor and Monitor extended The analog inputs of the MRE node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Camur II Anode Ladder Anode Ladder node Technical data Power in 12 48V 18mA 24 V Inputs 6 Voltage 7 Current 7 Resistance 1 Pt1000 Voltage input 6 Current input 6 Resistance input 5 Pt1000 input 1 Range 1 2 V 2 mA 1 2000 ohm 40 80 C Resolution 1 0 1 mV 1 μA 1 ohm 0 1 C Accuracy 1 0 2 mV 1 μA 1 1 C Range 2 300 μA 2 20 Kohm Resolution 2 0 05 μA 1 ohm Accuracy 2 0 1 μA 1 Range 3 20 100 Kohm Resolution 3 10 ohm Accuracy 3 1 Range 4 0 1 3 Mohm Resolution 4 100 ohm Accuracy 4 5 Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 90 ppm Measurement signal resistance Vosc RMS Rout Range 1 1 V 220 Ω Under 500Ω 0 5V 220Ω Range 2 1 V 220 Ω Range 3 1 V 220 Ω Range 4 1 V 220 Ω Frequency 100 Hz or 1000 Hz software selectable Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor A1 A6 Anode working electrode 1 6 RC Rebar connection C Cathode counter electrode RE Reference Electrode P1 P2 Supply voltage for Pt1000 P1 P2 Measurement sense connection for Pt1000 Note for two wire Pt1000 sensors connect P1 with P1 and P2 with P2 Measuring modes are Monitor Monitor extended and LPR The analog inputs of the Ladder Anode node are not galvanically separated from each other Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Power supplies for CP CP Cathodic Protection Camur II FixVolt 3 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 3 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 3 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 40VA max current load 1 67A weight 875g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 2 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 3 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 1 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 03 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 45 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 350 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Camur II FixVolt 8 Front view of Camur II FixVolt 8 This is the modern replacement for the previous FixVolt IV power supply for cathodic protection of steel in concrete Camur II FixVolt can operate in both current controlled CC and voltage controlled CV mode Multiple units can be plugged into each other to provide supply for multiple anode zones The Camur II FixVolt 8 is supplied with a safety transformer similar to this one 230 24VAC 180VA max current load 7 5A weight 3150g Technical data Power in nom 24 VAC 0 15 to 7 5 A min 18 VAC 20 VDC max 30 VAC 40 VDC Outputs 1 constant current CC or constant voltage CV remote sense Output range 0 1 20 V DC in 1mV steps 8 A at 0 1 to 10 V in 1 mA steps 5 A at 10 to 20 V in 1 mA steps Accuracy 0 5 Temperature coefficient 50 ppm C Rippel Max 50 mV Monitoring via Camur II Bus Power in voltage mean value 0 35 V DC resolution 40 mV Output voltage Anode Steel 0 25 V resolution 25 mV Sense voltage 0 20 V S S resolution 20 mV Output current Anode Steel 0 10 A resolution 10 mA Sampling interval 1 s Led indicators Power in OK Power in mean voltage is over 20 V DC Output on Output is on flashing indicates max temperature Output turns off while temp is over 60 deg C Output OK Light indicates output OK as set when off indicates current limit in CV mode voltage limit in CC mode Is and Is terminals Current can be verified by measuring voltage drop over 0 01 ohm shunt resistor Fuse 7 5 A brown Minifuse vehicletype Dimension WxHxD 113 x 103 x 83 mm excluding safety transformer Weight 655 g excluding safety transformer Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes The bottom connectors are labeled 24 V AC supply voltage from transformer and Anode and Steel for connecting to the anode and to the steel cathode in the Cathodic Protection installation S and S is for for the remote sense feature and should be connected to the anode and the steel connections where the voltage will be the highest Is and Is is connected to a 0 03 ohm shuntresistor and may be used for external control of current delivered to the CP installation Remote control nodes Camur II Alarm The Camur II Alarm node has four digital outputs that can be used to trigger different alarm devices Alarms may come from different levels of the installation Project Controller or Zone in Camur II Monitor software or from alarm events in the event log Camur II Controller or zone affected is determined by the zone the Camur II Alarm node is placed in It is also possible to connect zones to an alarm group and connect to it Currently alarm on projects Controller and zone is implemented In Camur II Monitor it is possible to select the alarm source and set the digital outputs on and off Power Input 12 48V 9 38mA 24 V No alarm 9 mA 1 alarm 17 mA 2 alarm 24 mA 3 alarm 31 mA 4 alarm 38 mA 4 Digital outputs Channel 1 SPDT labeled C1 NC1 NO1 Channel 1 SPDT labeled C2 NC2 NO2 Channel 1 SPST labeled C3 NO3 Channel 1 SPST labeled C4 NO4 C Common NC Normaly Closed NO Normally Open Rated Load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated Carry Current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30W Camur II Power Interface Technical data Power in 12 48 V DC 14 mA 24 V DC Iout 0 D1 D2 off Analog inputs 4 AI1 AI4 Input range 5 V DC unipolar Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 122 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Analogue outputs 1 AO jumper selectable U or I Output range U I 0 01 5 0 01 20 V DC mA DC Resolution 0 001 0 001 V DC mA DC Digital output 2 D1 D1 D2 D2 Type Relay Decay feature D1 Output Function jumper selectable 1 Form B Normally closed 1 Form A Normally open Rated load 0 5 A at 125 VAC 1 A at 24 VDC Rated carry current 2 A Max switching voltage 125 VAC 60 VDC Max switching current 1 A Max switching power 62 5 VA 30 W Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 128 g Jumper selectable outputs see image The image shows the default settings Analog output Voltage Digital out 1 Normally open Digital out 2 Normally open Connectors 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connectors 3 inputs and outputs The node is supplied with Phoenix Contact DFMC 1 5 7 ST 3 5 LR order no 1790535 AI1 AI4 analog inputs AO analog output G common GND for analog inputs and output D1 D2 digital outputs relay Installation equipment Tools Opening closing measurement nodes Torx T7 driver Additional waterproofing Camur II dielectric silicone grease Dow Corning DC4 Compound 310 ml Camur II Bus Cable Cable spec here Version as of 12 47 23 Mar 2015 This revision modified by Mari Ban The Camur II system technical data System overview Example diagram showing interconnection of Camur II components Camur II is a distributed data logger system designed for measurements in concrete It is a scalable system You will find cost effective solutions for systems with few sensors installed in a small area or systems with hundreds of sensors spread over several hundred meters Starting in the measuring point the Camur II node connects your sensor to the Camur II Bus Different kinds of sensors need different kinds of signal conditioning consequently there are several types of Camur II nodes For example the Camur II P node is designed to measure the potential between a reference electrode and the rebar Camur II LPR node is designed to perform LPR measurement connected to rebar reference and counter electrode The Camur II Bus connects all your Camur II nodes with a Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus consists of a power and a CAN bus cable Observe that you only need one set of cables to connect all your nodes to the Camur II Controller The Camur II Bus need only pass the measurement points in the shortest way The Camur II Controller is the supervisor of the Camur II installation It is responsible for the configuration of the system It collects and stores the data from your sensors sets alarms and logs all important events in the system Finally you need the user interface The Camur II Monitor software runs directly on the Camur II Controller or on a remote PC Software The software in the Camur II system is a Client Server system The Camur II Server program is responsible for system configuration data storage and controls the Camur II nodes It serves the clients with information and performs tasks requested from the clients operator software At present there are two clients Camur II Project Manager and Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor Camur II Monitor is the user interface to the installation It views the project in a tree structure with the project at the root followed by the controllers for each Camur II Bus Each controller is divided into zones typically representing different areas of the installation The zones holds sensors and power supply Together with the tree structure there is an information panel with one or more tabs Depending on which object in the tree structure that is selected it displays different kinds of information You can use the Camur II Monitor on the local Camur II Controller or on a remote computer This means that you will use the same software to configure and monitor your Camur II system at the office and at the local installation Camur II Project Manager Camur II Project Manager is the user interface for handling the remote access to your Camur II projects It displays all your projects with project status such as for example alarms and last date of contact with the local Camur II Controller The Camur II Project Manager is also responsible for initiation of data synchronisation between local and remote data The Camur II Project Manager is only used on a remote computer Camur II Project Manager Limited Edition is identical to the Project Manager but is limited to handling one project Camur II Monitor Camur II Server The Camur II Server runs in two different modes local or remote In the local mode it runs on the Camur II Controller to control the Camur II Bus to collect data from the Camur II nodes to check alarm levels and so on It also provides services for clients such as the Camur II Monitor running on the Camur II Controller In the remote mode it runs on a computer that can be connected to the local installation via internet or a telephone line In remote mode Camur II Server is responsible for synchronisation of data between the remote and local database This means that when a local and remote system is connected any change in the configuration of the local system is transferred to the remote database When requested new data is transferred from the local to the remote database Any command from a client that requires a change in the local installation will be transferred as a request if possible carried out by the local server and then returned as a new system status Hardware Terms PPM parts per million 10000 ppm 1 or 1 ppm 0 0001 Camur II Bus Camur II Bus handles data communication and power distribution 12 48 VDC between the Camur II nodes Data communication is based on the industry standard CAN bus The data signal on the internal and external bus is identical Technical data Maximal no of nodes 100 Bus Interface Maximal length 1000 m Bus Interface Camur II Controller Camur II Controller The Camur II Controller is fanless and has a power consumption of 7 15W Technical data Data storage Restricted only by harddisksize Data rate 500 Samples s and Camur II Bus Channels 500 Channels Camur II Bus 100 Camur II Bus 5 I O 1 RJ 45 LAN port 802 11g WLAN antennas included 8 USB ports 4 in front 4 in back two of which is 3 0 1 HDMI port DVI adapter included 1 DisplayPort 1 Power supply 12V 3A Dimension WxHxD Standing 166 x 29 x 160 mm typically on a mounting bracket Lying 29 x 160 x 166 mm Weight 770 g Camur II nodes generally Camur II nodes common properties Isolated interface to the Camur II Bus This means that every measuring point is isolated from the rest of the installation Serial numbers that identifies the measuring point in Camur II Monitor Auto identifying functions that automatically installs the Camur II node into the system Technical data Isolation voltage 1000 V Camur II nodes Bus connectors for nodes The bus connectors one or two are standard for all nodes with pluggable connectors Right side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact IMC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 57 90 6 Left side bus connector V V CAN H CAN L This connector is compatible with Phoenix Contact MC 1 5 4 ST 3 81 order no 18 03 59 4 System nodes Camur II Bus Interface Interface between Camur II Controller USB port and the Camur II Bus It also serves as a power distribution point for the power supply and the external and internal bus Old model The power from the power supply is connected to the external bus via a power switch which enables the Camur II Controller to switch on and off external nodes Power to the internal bus is regulated to 5V and is always on Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power consumption 35 from USB 4 12V from Camur II bus mA Power outputs for Bus Output 12 48 V Max nodes 100 Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset connects with nodes on external bus and with system reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L D1 Watchdog 1 D2 Watchdog 2 D2 V 0V Connector 3 USB USB B connects to Camur II Controller System reset output D V Power In Voltage Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 81 g Camur II Bus Protector The Camur II Bus Protector can be used anywhere on the bus to simplify connecting the pluggable Quick nodes to the bus In addition it adds protection from reverse supply voltage power surges and interference Technical data Power In 12 48 V Power outputs for Bus Connector 1 12 48 V DC max 500 mA Connector 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Connectors Connector 1 bus Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V V CAN H CAN L V V CAN H CAN L PG protective ground PG protective ground Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 are protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 1 2 5 6 Over voltage protection CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V CAN H CAN L V V relative to PG Protective Ground GDT 230 V Gas Discharge Tube Maximum Impulse Discharge Current 5 000 A 8 20 s1 operation 3 000 A 8 20 s 10 operations Nominal Alternating Discharge Current 3 A 50 Hz 1 second 1 operation 6 A 9 cycles 1 operation Impulse Life 100 A 10 1000 s 300 operations Interference Data and power lines are protected against interference from the Camur II Bus with common mode chokes Camur II Bus Repeater The Camur II Bus Repeater can be used anywhere on the Camur II Bus to create a new galvanically isolated Camur II Bus This allows the Camur II Bus to be branched and to be extended by another 1000 m and 100 nodes Technical data Power in bus 1 12 48 V DC 25 mA 24 V DC supply for Camur II Repeater Power in bus 2 12 48 V DC supply for Camur II nodes connected to Bus 2 Power out Bus 2 12 48 V DC max 2 A Max nodes Bus 2 100 pcs Max length Bus 2 1000 m Connectors Connector 1 bus 2 Right side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes V and V Reverse Voltage Protected Connector 2 main 10 pin connector for Camur II Bus V V CAN H CAN L R och R Reset V Bus 1 V Bus 1 CAN H Bus 1 CAN L Bus 1 V Bus 2 V Bus 2 CAN H Bus 2 CAN L Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 V Bus 2 Power supply for Bus 2 Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm Weight 81 g Reverse Voltage Protected The Camur II Bus Repeater is protected from reverse polarity voltage on connector 2 pin 1 2 Camur II nodes connected to connector 1 is protected against reverse polarity voltage from connector 2 pin 9 10 Over voltage protection Bus 1 Bus 2 CAN H CAN L ISO 7637 1 Nonrepetitive EMI Surge Pulse 2 9 5 A 1 x 50 us ISO 7637 3 Repetitive Electrical Fast Transient EFT EMI Surge Pulses 50 A 5 x 50 ns V V ISO 10605 C 150 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 10605 C 330 pF R 330 Ω 30 kV air discharge 30 kV contact discharge ISO 7637 2 a Pulse 1 VS 100 V Pulse 2a VS 50 V Pulse 3a VS 150 V Pulse 3b VS 100 V Camur II uController coming soon Camur II WLink Camur II WLink node with antenna With the Camur II WLink you can replace parts of the Camur II Bus with wireless links In other words you can eliminate cable and go wireless This can be very handy when the structure you want to monitor consists of separate parts for instance flats of blocks Two Camur II WLink is used for each link One master on the Camur II Bus and one slave on the Camur II Bus subnet Technical data master and slave Power In 12 48 V Standby 5 mA 24 V Transmit 20 mA 24V Range Indoor up to 50 m Range Outdoor up to 500 m Transmit Power 100 mW 20 dBm in Europe 10 mW 10dBm Receiver sensitivity 100 dBm Antenna connector RPSMA Max nodes in each Camur II subnet 50 Power is supplied from the Camur II Bus Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Connectors Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Standard nodes Camur II P The P node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements From S N 330832 March 2013 this node has been updated with new processor lower current consumption etc Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P Quick The P Quick node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements Technical data Power in 12 48V 7mA 24 V Inputs 1 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 2 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 3 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 63 x 82 x 34 mm Weight 126 g Camur II P4 Quick The P4 node is perfect for measurement of electrochemical reference electrodes RE like the ERE 20 or other potentialmeasurements The four input channels are galvanically separated from each other and from the bus side Technical data Power in 12 48V 24mA 24 V Inputs 4 Input range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV 16 bit Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Connector 1 3 bus Right and left side bus connector see Bus connectors for nodes Connector 2 sensor 1 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 1 1 Reference electrode RE number 1 2 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 2 2 Reference electrode RE number 2 3 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 3 3 Reference electrode RE number 3 4 Working electrode reinforcement bar WE number 4 4 Reference electrode RE number 5 Measuring modes Monitor Decay Dimension WxHxD 65 x 91 x 41 mm including connector 2 and DIN mount Weight 126 g Camur II LPR The LPR node performs LPR measurement on an LPR sensor consisting of reference electrode RE working electrode WE and counter electrode CE LPR node Technical data Power in 12 48V 12mA 24 V Inputs 3 Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 2 mA 40 80 C Resolution 0 1 mV 0 1 μA 0 1 C Accuracy 100 ppm 100 ppm 2 5 C Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 50 MOhm Sampling interval 1 s Outputs 1 Output range 2 V Resolution 0 1 mV Connector 1 bus Positive supply 24 VDC Negative supply H Signal high L Signal low Connector 2 sensor WE Working electrode reinforcement bar RE Reference electrode CE Counter Electrode current entering CE defined as positive Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Temperature measured with integrated semiconductor sensor Dimension WxHxD 82 x 82 x 37 mm Weight 142 g LPR Ext This node is identical to the standard LPR node except Technical data Voltage input Current input Temp Input range 2 V 30 mA 40 80 C Measuring modes Monitor Decay LPR Mode 0 1 2 3 Camur II HUM This node is practical for sensors that requires power supply and may be used with sensors like the HygroTemp for monitoring relative humidity Camur II HUM node Technical data Power in 12 48V 20mA 24 V Inputs 2 Input range 0 5 V Resolution 0 1 mV Accuracy 100 ppm Temperature coefficient 90 ppm C Noise 1 division Impedance 24 7 kOhm Sampling interval 1 s Power outputs 1 Output 5V 60 mA Programmable warm up time Connector 1 bus Positive

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