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Honeywell Kromschroder BCU 570 Burner Control Unit

Honeywell Kromschroder BCU 570 Burner Control Unit

  • For monitoring and controlling modulating individual burners and forced draught burners of unlimited capacity
  • For directly ignited burners or burners ignited by a pilot burner in intermittent or continuous operation
  • It is installed on a DIN rail in the control cabinet
  • Perform safety functions in accordance with EN 746-2 and EN 676
  • With optional valve proving system
  • Flexible range of applications due to parameterization possibilities
  • Optional bus module for fieldbus connection
  • Safety functions up to SIL 3 (DIN EN 62061) corresponding to PL e (ISO EN 13849)
  • Approvals: CE, CSA and UL

Description

Burner control unit BCU 570 controls, ignites and monitors industrial individual burners and forced draught burners of unlimited capacity in intermittent or continuous operation. It can be used for directly ignited burners or burners ignited by a pilot burner.

The BCU 570 has an interface for control elements for burner capacity control. Both actuators (IC 20, IC 40, 3-point step and RBW) and frequency converters can be controlled. A valve proving system can be integrated as an option.

The BCU 570 activates the fan and sets a connected actuator or frequency converter to pre-purge and ignition position. If the centrally checked safety requirements, e.g. pre-purge, flow detector and pressure switch check, have been met, the BCU 570 starts the burner. An enable signal is then issued to an external temperature controller which controls the actuator or frequency converter in accordance with the capacity demand. The burner control unit BCU 570 monitors the gas and air pressure. The optionally integrated valve proving system checks the valves by checking an external gas pressure switch or by checking whether the gas valve on the inlet side is closed. Using the BCSoft program, the parameters, analysis and diagnostic information can be read from the BCU via the optionally available opto-adapter. All valid parameters are saved on the integrated parameter chip card. The parameter chip card can be removed easily, for example when the unit is replaced, and inserted into a new BCU to transfer the parameters.

An integrated Manual mode allows the manual activation of the burner control units and adjustment of the butterfly valves.

Applications: Single packaged burner applications where the burner control is located locally to the burner.

Technical Documentation

BCU 570 Burner Control Unit Technical Documentation