Application and function
In conjunction with the appropriate IGEMA level probes the LMC2 low water level limiter is a limiter in accordance with the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).
The product meets EU Directive 2014/68/EU (PED).
Regulations applied: corresponding DIN EN standards.
Due to a self-test, the limiter ensures the safety function. Thus he can be implemented in systems with safety requirements up to SIL 3.
The LMC2 low water level limiter works in conjunction with the IGEMA Level Probes on the basis of the conductive fill level method of measurement whereby the electric conductivity of the water medium is used. The conductivity of the medium is measured in µS/cm. For the secure functioning of this method of measurement a minimum conductivity of the substance to be measured is required.
The conductive method of measurement makes two statements: electrode submerged or electrode uncovered or switch point reached or not reached. Before installation the electrode must be adjusted to the length at which the switching procedure is to be executed, e.g. for switching off burner and interrupting the safety circuit.
LEDs in different colors show the state of the system. This assists the troubleshooting.
If all conditions for correct operation are met, the safety circuit for the steam generator is enabled (burner can switch on).
In the LMC2 the current across the electrical contacts of the safety circuit is limited by a 4A fuse. Thus jamming of the contacts is avoided.
In the case of low water, the output (relays) of the safety circuit is deactivated after a total adjustable delay of 4s, 8s, 12s or 16s, thus the burner is cut-off. The preset delay time is 4s.
A latching is not implemented in to the LMC2. It has to be installed by the operator.
The self-test ensures the functionality. Thus a test button is not necessary.
||125mm - 1700mm
||150mm - 1700mm