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SOLAR INVERTER PURE SINE WAVE INVERTER Inverter / Solar Charge Controller / Battery Charger / UPS USER MANUAL 1 Content A. General Information------------------------------------------------------- 3 B. Warranty----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 C. Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------ 6 D. Installation-------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 E. Operation---------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 F. Disabling Functions (P-01)---------------------------------------------- 21 G. Charger Information------------------------------------------------------- 23 H. Power Sharing--------------------------------------------------------------- 27 I. Auxiliary Contacts---------------------------------------------------------- 28 J. The Remote Control Unit------------------------------------------------- 29 K. Programming: Charging Voltages------------------------------------ 30 L. Programming Aux Contacts (AUX1, AUX2)------------------------ 31 M. Maintenance------------------------------------------------------------------ 32 N. Specifications---------------------------------------------------------------- 33 2 z General: „ “ Solar Inverter” (Pure Sine Wave Inverter with Solar Charge Regulator and AC/DC Battery Charger) is a powerful pure sine wave inverter, a sophisticated battery charger that features adaptive charge technology and a high-speed AC transfer switch in a single compact enclosure. „ Besides all this functions , however, the “Solar Inverter” has several advanced features that provides a range of new applications as outlined bellow: In the event of a grid failure, or shore or generator power being disconnected, the inverter within the “Solar Inverter” is automatically in less than 20 millisecond activated and takes over supply to the connected loads. „ Allowed them to continue to operate without disruption. The “Solar Inverter” is very powerful battery charger. It will therefore draw a lot of current from the generator or shore side supply. z INVERTER: „ Pure Sine Wave AC output. „ Very low total harmonic distortion (< 2 %) „ High surge capacity and soft-start design for heavy inductive loads such as air conditioning „ Load detection system for “power saving” mode „ Extremely high efficiency. z Battery Charger : „ The “Solar Inverter” series is built around a bi-directional converter, that operates as an inverter or as a battery charger high capacity three-stage Battery charger Equalization mode conditions Battery for longer life „ Multistage charger-power factor corrected for superior „ Charging temperature sensitive charging for optional „ Care of all batteries (temperature sensor optional) Built in solar charge regulator. z Bypass Function: „ Automatic 60 A (3000W) / 30 A (1500W) transfer relay turns inverter and charger on / off. „ Fast (UPS) mode or delay mode of the Bypass switch. Power sharing prevents tripping of shore power breaker. z Basic Remote Control: „ Power output on / off „ Function mode select „ Programming Battery charging voltage 3 „ Error message display „ Programming auxiliary relay (x2) „ Programming input current limit for power share A. General Information Operating instructions This manual is a part of the delivery package of every Solar Inverter (pure sine inverter+solar charge controller+AC/DC battery charger). It serves as Guidelines for safe and efficient operation of Solar Inverter. The instructions are only valid for use with the following models and accessories. z Power Master PM-1500SL-12 / PM-3000SL-12 z Power Master PM-1500SL-24 / PM-3000SL-24 z Temperature BTS-A-15 (m) z Remote controller RCC-A-03 (3m) / RCC-A-15 (15m) Any personnel who installs a Solar Inverter and / or works with it must be fully familiar with the contents of this manual and must follow exactly all the warnings and safety instructions. Installation of, or any work on, the Solar Inverter must be carried out by a qualified and trained personnel. Installation and application must comply with the respective local installations codes and safety regulations. 4 B. Warranty During production and assembling, all Solar Inverters (Inverter / Chargers) go through many testing procedures. Every Solar Inverter has its own serial number, which helps to refer back to its original data in the event of controls or repairs. That is why you should never remove the identification plate showing the serial number and must ensure you return your warranty card as soon as possible. The warranty period for your Solar Inverter is 1 Year. Power Master Warranty Terms and Conditions Power Master warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship, to the original purchaser only for an initial period of 60 days from date of purchase, when in normal use and service. The warranty period will be extended to a total of one (1) year if a completed warranty card is received within 60 days of purchase. No warranty will be provided on units which have not been paid for in full. Some models may have the option of purchasing an extended warranty period, see elsewhere in this manual for details. This manufacturers warranty is in addition to your consumer rights under local trade practices act. This warranty does not extend to products which have been opened, altered or repaired by persons other than authorized by Power Master or to products which become defective due to acts of God, fire, sabotage, vandalism, contaminated fluids, negligence or failure to operate, house and maintain the product in accordance with instructions provided in this manual. It is extremely important that all installation instructions contained within this manual are strictly adhered to, failure to do so will void your warranty. Except for the foregoing expressed warranty, Power Master makes no warranty, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Power Master will repair or replace the defective product in accordance with its best judgment. For service under warranty, the buyer or installer must contact Power Master to obtain a “Return Materials Advice” (RMA) document and shipping instructions before returning the product to the factory including , installers time. Power Master will pay return freight charges, if the product is found to be defective within the terms of the warranty. Repair or replacement of any unit does not extend the original warranty terms in any way. This warranty does not cover repairs made necessary due to the product coming in contact with dirt, abrasives, moisture, rust, corrosion, varnish or other similar, or 5 failure due to poor quality or poor condition batteries. Power Master reserve the right with some models to supply an accredited installer with replacement parts, this may allow the unit to become operable much quicker. In this case Power Master are not responsible for any costs of the installer’s time or traveling expenses. Replacement parts are sent at Power Master discretion. Power Master will in no way be held responsible for any losses incurred due to the malfunctioning or failure of a product. Suitably qualified personnel must carry out wiring, failure to do so will void warranty. If you have any questions about this warranty, please do not hesitate to contact us. Caution: Even when a Solar Inverter has been completely disconnected, there can still be deadly voltages present at the OUTPUT. To remove these voltages, you must switch the inverter ON with the ON/OFF switch. After one minute the electronics are discharged and any work can now be safely carried out. Caution: In normal use, lead-acid and lead-gel batteries give out explosive gases. Never smoke or allow a spark or flame in the vicinity of batteries. The batteries must always be stored or placed in a well ventilated area. They should be placed in such a way that there is no danger of short circuiting through carelessness. Never charge frozen batteries. The Solar Inverter is not to be used or sold for life support equipment or applications. B.1 Special Precautions While working on batteries, there should always be a second person close to you or within your voice range, in case help is needed. Plenty of fresh water and soap must be ready at hand so that in case of acid coming in contact with skin, eyes and clothes, the areas in question can be thoroughly washed. If acid enters the eyes, you must thoroughly wash the eyes with cold running water for at least 15 minutes. It is recommended that you immediately consult a medical doctor. Baking powder neutralizes battery acid electrolyte. Always keep some at hand. Special care must be taken when working with metal tools near or on the batteries. With tools such as screwdrivers, spanners etc. short-circuits can result. Sparks produced by the short-circuit can cause an explosion. When working on batteries all personal metal items such as rings, necklaces and bracelets must be removed. Batteries are so powerful that short-circuit with these items can melt them and thus cause severe burns. Always follow the battery manufacturers instructions. Under certain conditions your Solar Inverter or a connected generator can start automatically. While working on an electrical installation you must ensure that 6 these appliances are disconnected before commencing any work. C. Introduction C.1 Basic schematic The Solar Inverter a sine wave inverter with integrated battery charger and AC Bypass switch with many additional functions. C.1.1 The Inverter The sinewave-inverter section of your Solar Inverter generates a sinewave AC voltage with an exceptionally precise voltage and stabilized frequency, In order to start large electric motors, the user has the possibility to employ a short-start-power which is 3-times the nominal power of the Solar Inverter. The inverter is protected against overload and short-circuit. A power-stage with the latest MOS-FET power transistors, a toroidal transformer, and a fast regulating system make-up a robust and reliable inverter with very high efficiency. A load detection system serves to provide the smallest energy consumption and ensures a long life for the battery. C.1.2 The Bypass switch Solar Inverter can be connected to an AC input source. For example a stand-by motor generator or the AC grid, such as shore power or a caravan park. With the transfer system, on one side you have AC voltage which is used to run the load, and on the other side the batteries are being charged. The distribution of energy PV Array Solar Controller BATTERY Home / Boat / Motohome DC BUS Bidirectional Inverter (Inverter / Charger) AC BUS AC Load 7 between the AC loads and battery charger is automatic. C.1.3 The Battery charger The built-in battery charger is capable of charging the batteries quickly and completely. A microprocessor controlled, 3 to 4 Step charging process ensures the optimum charging of the batteries. The desired charging current can be set. The battery charger can be used for lead-acid or gel batteries. Thanks to the floating charge ability of your Solar Inverter, the batteries can remain continuously connected. C.1.4 The solar charge regulator (optional) With the built-in solar regulator, the Solar Inverter is a complete solar-power-center. In a solar installation, this regulator ensures that the batteries are charged correctly. With the Solar Inverter, batteries can be charged with a generator and with the solar modules at the same time. The charging of batteries with both energy sources is carried out fully automatically. C.1.5 Remote control As an option, a remote control can be connected to your Solar Inverter with all functions. The remote control is supplied with a 3m long cable. This cable can be up to 15m long. (RS-485 interface) On the remote control output current and charging current are also shown. C.2 Battery connections Lead-acid batteries are normally available in blocks of 2V, 6V or 12V. In most cases, to generate the necessary operating voltage and the capacity of the 8 batteries for the Solar Inverter, many batteries have to be connected together in parallel and/or in series. Following three examples are shown: C.2.1 Parallel Connection: C.2.2 Series Connection: 9 C.2.3 Parallel-Series Connection: 10 D. Installation D.1 Location The location of the Solar Inverter must be chosen by the following criteria: Protection from unauthorized handling. Dry dust free room, no condensation, no rodents. Never install directly over the battery and never in a cabinet together with the batteries. Keep ventilation holes free. The ventilation of the Solar Inverter is designed in such a way that it will work most efficiently when mounted vertically. In mobile installation it is important to keep vibrations to a minimum. D.2 Rear Panel Connections / Front side A Battery +/- Battery cables. B SOLAR +/- Connections for Solar modules. C AUX1 contact Connecting terminal for Auxiliary contact 1. D AUX2 contact Connecting terminal for Auxiliary contact 2. E BTS (Battery temp. sensor) Connecting terminal for Temperature sensor. 11 F EXT AC IN Connecting terminal for AC input. G AC OUT Connecting terminal for AC output. D.3 Cabling / wiring When making connections to the Solar Inverter you must ensure that all connections are carried out in a clean and correct manner and under no circumstances that a cable is connected to a wrong terminal. Connecting the Solar Inverter must be carried out in the following order. D.3.1 Pre-installation settings Before you start with the wiring of the Solar Inverter you must set the type of battery. If sealed-gel batteries are used then you must set the parameter P-04 ( Equalization charging ) is “ Disable “.. In case of normal lead-acid batteries, these can handle a higher equalizing charge, the P-04 can be set to “ Enable “, D.3.2 Connection to battery Prepare the batteries for connection. Prepare battery cables, if necessary press on cable tabs/shoes. Connect the red cable to the Battery positive fuse/circuit breaker and the black cable to battery Minus (-) Take care when connecting the second cable to the battery, as a spark is produced, this is caused for a short time due to high current flowing in the Solar Inverter to charge the capacitors. This is another reason to install a battery fuse/circuit breaker. For this reason follow strictly the safety measures described in this manual. DO NOT INSERT THE BATTERY FUSE AT THIS STAGE. D.3.3 Connection to the AC OUTPUT. The AC output must be connected to the screw terminal AC OUTPUT. For this, use a 3-core cable with a conductor cross section of 2, 5mm². Connections are marked as follows “OUT / N”=Neutral, “GND”=Earth, “OUT / L”=Live or Active. Caution: High voltage can be at the AC output, ensure the Solar Inverter is not connected when making AC connections. D.3.4 Connection to the AC INPUT The AC input supply from the electricity grid or from a generator must be connected to the screw terminals AC INPUT. For this use a 3-core cable with a conductor cross section of 2, 5mm². Connections are marked as follows “IN / N”=Neutral, “GND”=Earth, “IN / L”=Live or Active. 12 D.3.5 Connect the Solar modules: SOLAR IN +/- Solar modules are connected on these terminals. Under no circumstances should any other energy source i.e. wind generator be connected to these terminals. Depending on the power of the modules, the cable cross section should be 2.5 up to 6mm². Before connecting it is necessary to check with a Voltmeter that the voltage of the Module meets the following values: Power Master PM –1500SL –12 / PM – 3000SL –12 17-25V / 30A Power Master PM –1500SL –24 / PM – 3000SL –24 34-45V / 30A. D.3.6 Connection to Aux1 & AUX2: On these three terminals, it is a potential free change-over contact capable of switching a maximum current and voltage of 16A/250V ac. The “ multi-display “ on the front of Solar Inverter can show the status of these contacts. D.3.7 Connection to Remote control unit ( optional ): The Remote control unit of Solar Inverter RCC-A is connected in the “Remote control” of front panel with a RJ11 / 6 connector. The Remote Control can be plugged IN at any time. Push in the connector, without forcing it, until you hear the ”click”. Now the connector is locked in place. The same applies to the plug at the Remote control unit. The length of the cable for the Remote control should not exceed 15m, it comes standard with 3m cable. D.3.8 Connection to Temperature Sensor (Optional): To connect the battery temperature sensor we recommend using a wing nut style battery terminal to allow multiple lugs from the positive pole of the battery. Use the diagram below as a guide for connecting both the sensor and the positive battery lead. Always ensure that the positive cable/lug is underneath the temperature sensor cable/lug. This will ensure safe operation of both the inverter and battery bank. 13 E. Operation E.1 Front Panel Display And Operating Description E.2 Push buttons Push buttons Name Description PB1 RUN/STOP Solar Inverter RUN/STOP key PB2 FUNC Solar Inverter Operation mode select key. PB3 AUX1 Auxiliary contract (aux1, aux2) Manual / Active change. And Function programming key PB4 DSPL Multi-display select key PB5 UP(△ ) △ Increment key. 12 7 9 8 11 10 6 5 3 4 2 1 PB6 PB5 PB7 PB4 PB3 PB2 PB1 14 PB6 DOWN (▽ ) ▽ Decrement key. PB7 ENTER Data write key. E.3 LED INDICATOR: LED Name L ED ON LED Blink LED OFF 1 AC IN 1. Input voltage normal, and position >(P-06) ”transfer Voltage Level” (150VAC~240VAC) 2. Input voltage frequency range in between(45~60Hz) Has input power, but voltage or frequency is not in the allowance range. No input power 2 CHARGER Green : Battery charger is working. Green Blink : Battery charger is standby. Orange Blink : Battery charger is disable. -------------- 3 SOLAR PANEL Solar module is delivering energy. ----------------------------- 1. Solar module aren’t connect or 2. Day or Night / (cloudy day) 4 SOLAR CHARGER Solar charger is working ------------------------------ Solar charger is disable. 5 AC OUT There is voltage at the “AC OUT” terminal. No voltage at the “AC OUT” terminal. ------------- 6 INVERTER Green : Inverter is working. Green Blink : Inverter is standby Orange Blink : Inverter is disable. -------------- 7 EQUALIZE In Equalize charging Process ------------------------------ Disable Equalize charging function 8 BATTERY Approx state of charge or discharge of Battery. 15 9 BYPASS Green : BYPASS switch is active AC IN voltage is being sent directly to AC OUT terminal Green Blink :BYPASS switch standby. Orange Blink : BYPASS switch disable --------------- 10 RUN/STOP Green : Solar Inverter turn on. Red : Solar Inverter turn off. Red Blink : Auto-Restart is in use --------------- 11 MULTI-DISPLAY LED In Inverter Mode In Charger Mode 9.1 Battery Voltage Battery Voltage 9.2 Output Voltage Input Voltage 9.3 Output Frequency Charging Phase 9.4 AC output current Battery charging current 9.5 Indicator of parameter setting or modify or monitor. 9.6 Indicator of error message 12 POWER MONITOR Displays the value of the output power in % of max continuous power (in Inverter Mode) and the charge current in Amps. (in Charger Mode) In this mode the 200% LED indicate that power sharing is in use. LED 9.4 LED 9.5 LED 9.6 LED 9.1 LED 9.3 LED 9.2 Display monitoring values or set values of each parameter. :Battery under voltage trip. :Battery over voltage trip. :AC out overload trip. :Heatersink overtemperature trip. 16 E.4 Solar Inverter list of parameters Parameter Name Factory setting MIN MAX Remark P-00 Password 0 0 255 0 : P-00 ~ P-17 can be read and set 5 : P-00 ~ P-17 initialization P-01 Function mode select Fnc0 Fnc0 Fnc3 Fnc0 : all function is enable Fnc1 : Bypass, Charger enable Fnc2 : Inverter enable Fnc3 : Bypass enable P-02 Charging current 25A 18A 50A 35A 0 12V/1500W : 50A 24V/1500W : 35A 12V/3000W : 100A 24V/3000W : 70A P-03 Input limit current 15A 8A 30A 15A 0 1500W/100V : 15A 1500W/200V : 8A 3000W/100V : 30A 3000W/200V : 15A P-04 Equalization charging 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-05 Transfer-Delay function 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-06 Transfer voltage 80V (150V) 80V (150V) 110V (230V) P-07 Power saving function 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-08 Aux.1 Contact function select 1 0 0 255 Note1 P-09 Aux.1 Contact function select 2 240 0 255 Note2 P-10 Aux.2 Contact function select 1 0 0 255 Note1 17 P-11 Aux.2 Contact function select 2 240 0 255 Note2 P-12 Low Voltage Cut Out 2 0 4 0 : 10.8V/21.6V/43.2V 1 : 11.4V/22.8V/45.6V 2 : 11.6V/23.2V/46.4V 3 : 11.8V/23.6V/47.2V 4 : 12.0V/24.0V/48.0V P-13 Absorption Voltage 1 0 4 0 : 14.2V/28.4V/56.8V 1 : 14.4V/28.8V/57.6V 2 : 14.6V/29.2V/58.4V 3 : 14.8V/29.6V/59.2V 4 : 15.0V/30.0V/60.0V P-14 Absorption Time 2 0 4 0 : 1Min 1 : 1HR 2 : 2HR 3 : 3HR 4 : 4HR P-15 Float Voltage 2 0 4 0 : 13.3V/26.6V/53.2V 1 : 13.4V/26.8V/53.6V 2 : 13.5V/27.0V/54.0V 3 : 13.6V/27.2V/54.4V 4 : 13.7V/27.4V/54.8V P-16 Equalize Voltage 2 0 4 0 : 15.1V/30.2V/62.0V 1 : 15.2V/30.4V/61.6V 2 : 15.3V/30.6V/61.2V 3 : 15.4V/30.8V/60.8V 4 : 15.5V/31.0V/60.4V P-17 Software version Read only Note 1 : Aux.1/2 Contact function selection1(bit0) - Aux.1 /2Contact function selection 1(bit1) - battery status 25% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit2) - battery statuts50% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit3) - battery status75% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit4) - battery stattus100% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit5) - In Equalize Cycle Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit6) - SOLAR CHARGER action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit7) - CHARGER action Note 2 : Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2(bit0) – AC IN action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit1) – BYPASS action 18 Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit2) – AC OUT action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit3) – INVERTER action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit4) – Over Temperature Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit5) – Over Load Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit6) – Battery Low/High Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit7) – STOP SOLAR INVERTER PURE SINE WAVE INVERTER Inverter / Solar Charge Controller / Battery Charger / UPS USER MANUAL 1 Content A. General Information------------------------------------------------------- 3 B. Warranty----------------------------------------------------------------------- 4 C. Introduction------------------------------------------------------------------ 6 D. Installation-------------------------------------------------------------------- 10 E. Operation---------------------------------------------------------------------- 13 F. Disabling Functions (P-01)---------------------------------------------- 21 G. Charger Information------------------------------------------------------- 23 H. Power Sharing--------------------------------------------------------------- 27 I. Auxiliary Contacts---------------------------------------------------------- 28 J. The Remote Control Unit------------------------------------------------- 29 K. Programming: Charging Voltages------------------------------------ 30 L. Programming Aux Contacts (AUX1, AUX2)------------------------ 31 M. Maintenance------------------------------------------------------------------ 32 N. Specifications---------------------------------------------------------------- 33 2 z General: „ “ Solar Inverter” (Pure Sine Wave Inverter with Solar Charge Regulator and AC/DC Battery Charger) is a powerful pure sine wave inverter, a sophisticated battery charger that features adaptive charge technology and a high-speed AC transfer switch in a single compact enclosure. „ Besides all this functions , however, the “Solar Inverter” has several advanced features that provides a range of new applications as outlined bellow: In the event of a grid failure, or shore or generator power being disconnected, the inverter within the “Solar Inverter” is automatically in less than 20 millisecond activated and takes over supply to the connected loads. „ Allowed them to continue to operate without disruption. The “Solar Inverter” is very powerful battery charger. It will therefore draw a lot of current from the generator or shore side supply. z INVERTER: „ Pure Sine Wave AC output. „ Very low total harmonic distortion (< 2 %) „ High surge capacity and soft-start design for heavy inductive loads such as air conditioning „ Load detection system for “power saving” mode „ Extremely high efficiency. z Battery Charger : „ The “Solar Inverter” series is built around a bi-directional converter, that operates as an inverter or as a battery charger high capacity three-stage Battery charger Equalization mode conditions Battery for longer life „ Multistage charger-power factor corrected for superior „ Charging temperature sensitive charging for optional „ Care of all batteries (temperature sensor optional) Built in solar charge regulator. z Bypass Function: „ Automatic 60 A (3000W) / 30 A (1500W) transfer relay turns inverter and charger on / off. „ Fast (UPS) mode or delay mode of the Bypass switch. Power sharing prevents tripping of shore power breaker. z Basic Remote Control: „ Power output on / off „ Function mode select „ Programming Battery charging voltage 3 „ Error message display „ Programming auxiliary relay (x2) „ Programming input current limit for power share A. General Information Operating instructions This manual is a part of the delivery package of every Solar Inverter (pure sine inverter+solar charge controller+AC/DC battery charger). It serves as Guidelines for safe and efficient operation of Solar Inverter. The instructions are only valid for use with the following models and accessories. z Power Master PM-1500SL-12 / PM-3000SL-12 z Power Master PM-1500SL-24 / PM-3000SL-24 z Temperature BTS-A-15 (m) z Remote controller RCC-A-03 (3m) / RCC-A-15 (15m) Any personnel who installs a Solar Inverter and / or works with it must be fully familiar with the contents of this manual and must follow exactly all the warnings and safety instructions. Installation of, or any work on, the Solar Inverter must be carried out by a qualified and trained personnel. Installation and application must comply with the respective local installations codes and safety regulations. 4 B. Warranty During production and assembling, all Solar Inverters (Inverter / Chargers) go through many testing procedures. Every Solar Inverter has its own serial number, which helps to refer back to its original data in the event of controls or repairs. That is why you should never remove the identification plate showing the serial number and must ensure you return your warranty card as soon as possible. The warranty period for your Solar Inverter is 1 Year. Power Master Warranty Terms and Conditions Power Master warrants this product against defects in material or workmanship, to the original purchaser only for an initial period of 60 days from date of purchase, when in normal use and service. The warranty period will be extended to a total of one (1) year if a completed warranty card is received within 60 days of purchase. No warranty will be provided on units which have not been paid for in full. Some models may have the option of purchasing an extended warranty period, see elsewhere in this manual for details. This manufacturers warranty is in addition to your consumer rights under local trade practices act. This warranty does not extend to products which have been opened, altered or repaired by persons other than authorized by Power Master or to products which become defective due to acts of God, fire, sabotage, vandalism, contaminated fluids, negligence or failure to operate, house and maintain the product in accordance with instructions provided in this manual. It is extremely important that all installation instructions contained within this manual are strictly adhered to, failure to do so will void your warranty. Except for the foregoing expressed warranty, Power Master makes no warranty, expressed or implied, including but not limited to, the warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Power Master will repair or replace the defective product in accordance with its best judgment. For service under warranty, the buyer or installer must contact Power Master to obtain a “Return Materials Advice” (RMA) document and shipping instructions before returning the product to the factory including , installers time. Power Master will pay return freight charges, if the product is found to be defective within the terms of the warranty. Repair or replacement of any unit does not extend the original warranty terms in any way. This warranty does not cover repairs made necessary due to the product coming in contact with dirt, abrasives, moisture, rust, corrosion, varnish or other similar, or 5 failure due to poor quality or poor condition batteries. Power Master reserve the right with some models to supply an accredited installer with replacement parts, this may allow the unit to become operable much quicker. In this case Power Master are not responsible for any costs of the installer’s time or traveling expenses. Replacement parts are sent at Power Master discretion. Power Master will in no way be held responsible for any losses incurred due to the malfunctioning or failure of a product. Suitably qualified personnel must carry out wiring, failure to do so will void warranty. If you have any questions about this warranty, please do not hesitate to contact us. Caution: Even when a Solar Inverter has been completely disconnected, there can still be deadly voltages present at the OUTPUT. To remove these voltages, you must switch the inverter ON with the ON/OFF switch. After one minute the electronics are discharged and any work can now be safely carried out. Caution: In normal use, lead-acid and lead-gel batteries give out explosive gases. Never smoke or allow a spark or flame in the vicinity of batteries. The batteries must always be stored or placed in a well ventilated area. They should be placed in such a way that there is no danger of short circuiting through carelessness. Never charge frozen batteries. The Solar Inverter is not to be used or sold for life support equipment or applications. B.1 Special Precautions While working on batteries, there should always be a second person close to you or within your voice range, in case help is needed. Plenty of fresh water and soap must be ready at hand so that in case of acid coming in contact with skin, eyes and clothes, the areas in question can be thoroughly washed. If acid enters the eyes, you must thoroughly wash the eyes with cold running water for at least 15 minutes. It is recommended that you immediately consult a medical doctor. Baking powder neutralizes battery acid electrolyte. Always keep some at hand. Special care must be taken when working with metal tools near or on the batteries. With tools such as screwdrivers, spanners etc. short-circuits can result. Sparks produced by the short-circuit can cause an explosion. When working on batteries all personal metal items such as rings, necklaces and bracelets must be removed. Batteries are so powerful that short-circuit with these items can melt them and thus cause severe burns. Always follow the battery manufacturers instructions. Under certain conditions your Solar Inverter or a connected generator can start automatically. While working on an electrical installation you must ensure that 6 these appliances are disconnected before commencing any work. C. Introduction C.1 Basic schematic The Solar Inverter a sine wave inverter with integrated battery charger and AC Bypass switch with many additional functions. C.1.1 The Inverter The sinewave-inverter section of your Solar Inverter generates a sinewave AC voltage with an exceptionally precise voltage and stabilized frequency, In order to start large electric motors, the user has the possibility to employ a short-start-power which is 3-times the nominal power of the Solar Inverter. The inverter is protected against overload and short-circuit. A power-stage with the latest MOS-FET power transistors, a toroidal transformer, and a fast regulating system make-up a robust and reliable inverter with very high efficiency. A load detection system serves to provide the smallest energy consumption and ensures a long life for the battery. C.1.2 The Bypass switch Solar Inverter can be connected to an AC input source. For example a stand-by motor generator or the AC grid, such as shore power or a caravan park. With the transfer system, on one side you have AC voltage which is used to run the load, and on the other side the batteries are being charged. The distribution of energy PV Array Solar Controller BATTERY Home / Boat / Motohome DC BUS Bidirectional Inverter (Inverter / Charger) AC BUS AC Load 7 between the AC loads and battery charger is automatic. C.1.3 The Battery charger The built-in battery charger is capable of charging the batteries quickly and completely. A microprocessor controlled, 3 to 4 Step charging process ensures the optimum charging of the batteries. The desired charging current can be set. The battery charger can be used for lead-acid or gel batteries. Thanks to the floating charge ability of your Solar Inverter, the batteries can remain continuously connected. C.1.4 The solar charge regulator (optional) With the built-in solar regulator, the Solar Inverter is a complete solar-power-center. In a solar installation, this regulator ensures that the batteries are charged correctly. With the Solar Inverter, batteries can be charged with a generator and with the solar modules at the same time. The charging of batteries with both energy sources is carried out fully automatically. C.1.5 Remote control As an option, a remote control can be connected to your Solar Inverter with all functions. The remote control is supplied with a 3m long cable. This cable can be up to 15m long. (RS-485 interface) On the remote control output current and charging current are also shown. C.2 Battery connections Lead-acid batteries are normally available in blocks of 2V, 6V or 12V. In most cases, to generate the necessary operating voltage and the capacity of the 8 batteries for the Solar Inverter, many batteries have to be connected together in parallel and/or in series. Following three examples are shown: C.2.1 Parallel Connection: C.2.2 Series Connection: 9 C.2.3 Parallel-Series Connection: 10 D. Installation D.1 Location The location of the Solar Inverter must be chosen by the following criteria: Protection from unauthorized handling. Dry dust free room, no condensation, no rodents. Never install directly over the battery and never in a cabinet together with the batteries. Keep ventilation holes free. The ventilation of the Solar Inverter is designed in such a way that it will work most efficiently when mounted vertically. In mobile installation it is important to keep vibrations to a minimum. D.2 Rear Panel Connections / Front side A Battery +/- Battery cables. B SOLAR +/- Connections for Solar modules. C AUX1 contact Connecting terminal for Auxiliary contact 1. D AUX2 contact Connecting terminal for Auxiliary contact 2. E BTS (Battery temp. sensor) Connecting terminal for Temperature sensor. 11 F EXT AC IN Connecting terminal for AC input. G AC OUT Connecting terminal for AC output. D.3 Cabling / wiring When making connections to the Solar Inverter you must ensure that all connections are carried out in a clean and correct manner and under no circumstances that a cable is connected to a wrong terminal. Connecting the Solar Inverter must be carried out in the following order. D.3.1 Pre-installation settings Before you start with the wiring of the Solar Inverter you must set the type of battery. If sealed-gel batteries are used then you must set the parameter P-04 ( Equalization charging ) is “ Disable “.. In case of normal lead-acid batteries, these can handle a higher equalizing charge, the P-04 can be set to “ Enable “, D.3.2 Connection to battery Prepare the batteries for connection. Prepare battery cables, if necessary press on cable tabs/shoes. Connect the red cable to the Battery positive fuse/circuit breaker and the black cable to battery Minus (-) Take care when connecting the second cable to the battery, as a spark is produced, this is caused for a short time due to high current flowing in the Solar Inverter to charge the capacitors. This is another reason to install a battery fuse/circuit breaker. For this reason follow strictly the safety measures described in this manual. DO NOT INSERT THE BATTERY FUSE AT THIS STAGE. D.3.3 Connection to the AC OUTPUT. The AC output must be connected to the screw terminal AC OUTPUT. For this, use a 3-core cable with a conductor cross section of 2, 5mm². Connections are marked as follows “OUT / N”=Neutral, “GND”=Earth, “OUT / L”=Live or Active. Caution: High voltage can be at the AC output, ensure the Solar Inverter is not connected when making AC connections. D.3.4 Connection to the AC INPUT The AC input supply from the electricity grid or from a generator must be connected to the screw terminals AC INPUT. For this use a 3-core cable with a conductor cross section of 2, 5mm². Connections are marked as follows “IN / N”=Neutral, “GND”=Earth, “IN / L”=Live or Active. 12 D.3.5 Connect the Solar modules: SOLAR IN +/- Solar modules are connected on these terminals. Under no circumstances should any other energy source i.e. wind generator be connected to these terminals. Depending on the power of the modules, the cable cross section should be 2.5 up to 6mm². Before connecting it is necessary to check with a Voltmeter that the voltage of the Module meets the following values: Power Master PM –1500SL –12 / PM – 3000SL –12 17-25V / 30A Power Master PM –1500SL –24 / PM – 3000SL –24 34-45V / 30A. D.3.6 Connection to Aux1 & AUX2: On these three terminals, it is a potential free change-over contact capable of switching a maximum current and voltage of 16A/250V ac. The “ multi-display “ on the front of Solar Inverter can show the status of these contacts. D.3.7 Connection to Remote control unit ( optional ): The Remote control unit of Solar Inverter RCC-A is connected in the “Remote control” of front panel with a RJ11 / 6 connector. The Remote Control can be plugged IN at any time. Push in the connector, without forcing it, until you hear the ”click”. Now the connector is locked in place. The same applies to the plug at the Remote control unit. The length of the cable for the Remote control should not exceed 15m, it comes standard with 3m cable. D.3.8 Connection to Temperature Sensor (Optional): To connect the battery temperature sensor we recommend using a wing nut style battery terminal to allow multiple lugs from the positive pole of the battery. Use the diagram below as a guide for connecting both the sensor and the positive battery lead. Always ensure that the positive cable/lug is underneath the temperature sensor cable/lug. This will ensure safe operation of both the inverter and battery bank. 13 E. Operation E.1 Front Panel Display And Operating Description E.2 Push buttons Push buttons Name Description PB1 RUN/STOP Solar Inverter RUN/STOP key PB2 FUNC Solar Inverter Operation mode select key. PB3 AUX1 Auxiliary contract (aux1, aux2) Manual / Active change. And Function programming key PB4 DSPL Multi-display select key PB5 UP(△ ) △ Increment key. 12 7 9 8 11 10 6 5 3 4 2 1 PB6 PB5 PB7 PB4 PB3 PB2 PB1 14 PB6 DOWN (▽ ) ▽ Decrement key. PB7 ENTER Data write key. E.3 LED INDICATOR: LED Name L ED ON LED Blink LED OFF 1 AC IN 1. Input voltage normal, and position >(P-06) ”transfer Voltage Level” (150VAC~240VAC) 2. Input voltage frequency range in between(45~60Hz) Has input power, but voltage or frequency is not in the allowance range. No input power 2 CHARGER Green : Battery charger is working. Green Blink : Battery charger is standby. Orange Blink : Battery charger is disable. -------------- 3 SOLAR PANEL Solar module is delivering energy. ----------------------------- 1. Solar module aren’t connect or 2. Day or Night / (cloudy day) 4 SOLAR CHARGER Solar charger is working ------------------------------ Solar charger is disable. 5 AC OUT There is voltage at the “AC OUT” terminal. No voltage at the “AC OUT” terminal. ------------- 6 INVERTER Green : Inverter is working. Green Blink : Inverter is standby Orange Blink : Inverter is disable. -------------- 7 EQUALIZE In Equalize charging Process ------------------------------ Disable Equalize charging function 8 BATTERY Approx state of charge or discharge of Battery. 15 9 BYPASS Green : BYPASS switch is active AC IN voltage is being sent directly to AC OUT terminal Green Blink :BYPASS switch standby. Orange Blink : BYPASS switch disable --------------- 10 RUN/STOP Green : Solar Inverter turn on. Red : Solar Inverter turn off. Red Blink : Auto-Restart is in use --------------- 11 MULTI-DISPLAY LED In Inverter Mode In Charger Mode 9.1 Battery Voltage Battery Voltage 9.2 Output Voltage Input Voltage 9.3 Output Frequency Charging Phase 9.4 AC output current Battery charging current 9.5 Indicator of parameter setting or modify or monitor. 9.6 Indicator of error message 12 POWER MONITOR Displays the value of the output power in % of max continuous power (in Inverter Mode) and the charge current in Amps. (in Charger Mode) In this mode the 200% LED indicate that power sharing is in use. LED 9.4 LED 9.5 LED 9.6 LED 9.1 LED 9.3 LED 9.2 Display monitoring values or set values of each parameter. :Battery under voltage trip. :Battery over voltage trip. :AC out overload trip. :Heatersink overtemperature trip. 16 E.4 Solar Inverter list of parameters Parameter Name Factory setting MIN MAX Remark P-00 Password 0 0 255 0 : P-00 ~ P-17 can be read and set 5 : P-00 ~ P-17 initialization P-01 Function mode select Fnc0 Fnc0 Fnc3 Fnc0 : all function is enable Fnc1 : Bypass, Charger enable Fnc2 : Inverter enable Fnc3 : Bypass enable P-02 Charging current 25A 18A 50A 35A 0 12V/1500W : 50A 24V/1500W : 35A 12V/3000W : 100A 24V/3000W : 70A P-03 Input limit current 15A 8A 30A 15A 0 1500W/100V : 15A 1500W/200V : 8A 3000W/100V : 30A 3000W/200V : 15A P-04 Equalization charging 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-05 Transfer-Delay function 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-06 Transfer voltage 80V (150V) 80V (150V) 110V (230V) P-07 Power saving function 0(dis) 0(dis) 1(En) “dis” disable, “En” enable P-08 Aux.1 Contact function select 1 0 0 255 Note1 P-09 Aux.1 Contact function select 2 240 0 255 Note2 P-10 Aux.2 Contact function select 1 0 0 255 Note1 17 P-11 Aux.2 Contact function select 2 240 0 255 Note2 P-12 Low Voltage Cut Out 2 0 4 0 : 10.8V/21.6V/43.2V 1 : 11.4V/22.8V/45.6V 2 : 11.6V/23.2V/46.4V 3 : 11.8V/23.6V/47.2V 4 : 12.0V/24.0V/48.0V P-13 Absorption Voltage 1 0 4 0 : 14.2V/28.4V/56.8V 1 : 14.4V/28.8V/57.6V 2 : 14.6V/29.2V/58.4V 3 : 14.8V/29.6V/59.2V 4 : 15.0V/30.0V/60.0V P-14 Absorption Time 2 0 4 0 : 1Min 1 : 1HR 2 : 2HR 3 : 3HR 4 : 4HR P-15 Float Voltage 2 0 4 0 : 13.3V/26.6V/53.2V 1 : 13.4V/26.8V/53.6V 2 : 13.5V/27.0V/54.0V 3 : 13.6V/27.2V/54.4V 4 : 13.7V/27.4V/54.8V P-16 Equalize Voltage 2 0 4 0 : 15.1V/30.2V/62.0V 1 : 15.2V/30.4V/61.6V 2 : 15.3V/30.6V/61.2V 3 : 15.4V/30.8V/60.8V 4 : 15.5V/31.0V/60.4V P-17 Software version Read only Note 1 : Aux.1/2 Contact function selection1(bit0) - Aux.1 /2Contact function selection 1(bit1) - battery status 25% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit2) - battery statuts50% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit3) - battery status75% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit4) - battery stattus100% Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit5) - In Equalize Cycle Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit6) - SOLAR CHARGER action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 1(bit7) - CHARGER action Note 2 : Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2(bit0) – AC IN action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit1) – BYPASS action 18 Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit2) – AC OUT action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit3) – INVERTER action Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit4) – Over Temperature Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit5) – Over Load Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit6) – Battery Low/High Aux.1/2 Contact function selection 2 (bit7) – STOP
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However, your body is not really able to use these minerals when they are present in water. This means that you should not worry too much about this loss of minerals. The chemicals removed from the water can be a matter of health and illness. If your water is high in anything that can be harmful, a reverse osmosis system may be right for you. 3. Systems Use a Low Amount of Energy The energy usage of reverse osmosis systems is relatively low compared to other similar systems. Recently, the power consumption has dropped even more. This is due to the development of energy recovery devices and membrane materials that promote efficiency. This productivity causes these systems to be ideal for those that need to use as little energy as possible. 4. Space Saving and Expandable Getting a reverse osmosis system can be a space saver depending on where you would like to put it. There are many sizes to choose from, so you can tailor your decision to fit your needs. 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Tons of money is going to be saved, especially if you buy a reusable bottle of your own to take your reverse osmosis water with you everywhere. These are the main benefits of having a reverse osmosis system. Saving money, space and time are all attractive things that will be provided from one of these systems. Not only that, but it will also taste better and be better for your health. I hope you enjoyed this list of benefits, and that it helps your decision at least a little bit. Let me know what you think in the comments and share with others that might want to improve their home or office water system!
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