Siemens Liquid-cooled Generators Owner`s manual

Installation
Guidelines
Siemens
Liquid-cooled Generators
www.sea.siemens.com/generators • 800-844-0029
This booklet is designed to familiarize you with the installation
process for Siemens’ liquid-cooled residential and commercial
generators. This booklet does not replace or supersede any
information contained in any of the written documents shipped
with your equipment. This booklet should only be used in
conjunction with the Owner’s Manual, Installation Manual and
other technical documents shipped with your equipment.
Future product updates and/or modifications will be reflected
in the written documentation included with your equipment.
Always read all accompanying documentation carefully
before attempting to install any generator, transfer switch or
related equipment.
It is essential to comply with all regulations established by the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and strict
adherence to all local, state and national codes is mandatory.
Study the SAFETY RULES in the Owner’s Manual carefully before installing,
operating or servicing any equipment. Use this guide ONLY in conjunction with
the Owner’s Manual and Installation Manual shipped with the generator. The
generator can operate safely, efficiently and reliably only if it is properly installed,
operated and maintained.
The manufacturer cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might
involve a hazard. The warnings in this manual, and on tags and decals affixed to
the unit are, therefore, not all-inclusive.
Despite the safe design of these generators, operating the equipment
imprudently, neglecting its maintenance or being careless can cause possible
injury or death.
Permit only responsible and capable persons to install, operate or maintain
this equipment.
Potentially lethal voltages are generated by these machines. Ensure all steps are
taken to render the machine safe before attempting to work on the generator.
GENERAL HAZARDS
• For safety reasons, it is recommended that the equipment be installed,
serviced and repaired by an Authorized Service Dealer or other competent,
qualified electrician or installation technician who is familiar with applicable
codes, standards and regulations. The operator must also comply with all
such codes, standards and regulations.
• Installation, operation, servicing and repair of this (and related) equipment
must always comply with applicable codes, standards, laws and regulations.
Adhere strictly to local, state and national electrical and building codes.
Comply with regulations the Occupational Safety and Health Administration
(OSHA) has established. Also, ensure that the generator is installed, operated
and serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and
recommendations. Following installation, do nothing that might render the unit
unsafe or in noncompliance with the aforementioned codes, standards, laws
and regulations.
• Engine exhaust fumes contain carbon monoxide gas, which can be DEADLY.
This dangerous gas, if breathed in sufficient concentrations, can cause
unconsciousness or even death. For that reason, adequate ventilation must
be provided. Exhaust gases must be piped safely away from any building or
enclosure that houses the generator to an area where people, animals, etc.,
will not be harmed. This exhaust system must be installed properly, in strict
compliance with applicable codes and standards.
• Keep hands, feet, clothing, etc., away from drive belts, fans, and other
moving or hot parts. Never remove any drive belt or fan guard while the unit is
operating.
• Adequate, unobstructed flow of cooling and ventilating air is critical to prevent
buildup of explosive gases and to ensure correct generator operation. Do not
alter the installation or permit even partial blockage of ventilation provisions,
as this can seriously affect safe operation of the generator.
• Keep the area around the generator clean and uncluttered. Remove any
materials that could become hazardous.
• When working on this equipment, remain alert at all times. Never work on the
equipment when physically or mentally fatigued.
• Never use the generator or any of its parts as a step. Stepping on the unit can
stress and break parts, and may result in dangerous operating conditions
from leaking exhaust gases, fuel leakage, oil leakage, etc.
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
• All generators covered by this guide produce dangerous electrical voltages
and can cause fatal electrical shock. Utility power delivers extremely high and
dangerous voltages to the transfer switch as well as the standby generator.
Avoid contact with bare wires, terminals, connections, etc., on the generator
as well as the transfer switch, if applicable. Ensure all appropriate covers,
guards and barriers are in place before operating the generator. If work must
be done around an operating unit, stand on an insulated, dry surface to
reduce shock hazard.
• Do not handle any kind of electrical device while standing in water, while
barefoot, or while hands or feet are wet. DANGEROUS ELECTRICAL SHOCK
MAY RESULT.
• If people must stand on metal or concrete while installing, operating, servicing,
adjusting or repairing this equipment, place insulative mats over a dry wooden
platform. Work on the equipment only while standing on such insulative mats.
• The National Electrical Code (NEC), Article 250 requires the frame and
external electrically conductive parts of the generator to be connected to
an approved earth ground and/or grounding rods. This grounding will help
prevent dangerous electrical shock that might be caused by a ground fault
condition in the generator set or by static electricity. Never disconnect the
ground wire.
• Wire gauge sizes of electrical wiring, cables and cord sets must be adequate
to handle the maximum electrical current (ampacity) to which they will be
subjected.
• Before installing or servicing this (and related) equipment, make sure that all
power voltage supplies are positively turned off at their source. Failure to do
so will result in hazardous and possibly fatal electrical shock.
• Connecting these units to an electrical system normally supplied by an electric
utility shall be by means of a transfer switch so as to isolate the generator
electric system from the electric utility distribution system when the generator
is operating. Failure to isolate the two electric system power sources from
each other by such means will result in damage to the generator and may also
result in injury or death to utility power workers due to backfeed of electrical
energy.
• Generators installed with an automatic transfer switch will crank and start
automatically when normal (utility) source voltage is removed or is below an
acceptable preset level. To prevent such automatic start-up and possible injury
to personnel, disable the generator’s automatic start circuit (battery cables,
etc.) before working on or around the unit. Then, place a “Do Not Operate” tag
on the generator control panel and on the transfer switch.
• In case of accident caused by electric shock immediately shut down the
source of electrical power. If this is not possible, attempt to free the victim from
the live conductor. AVOID DIRECT CONTACT WITH THE VICTIM. Use a nonconducting implement, such as a dry rope or board, to free the victim from the
live conductor. If the victim is unconscious, apply first aid and get immediate
medical help.
• Never wear jewelry when working on this equipment. Jewelry can conduct
electricity resulting in electric shock, or may get caught in moving components
causing injury.
FIRE HAZARDS
• Keep a fire extinguisher near the generator at all times. Do NOT use any
carbon tetra-chloride type extinguisher. Its fumes are toxic, and the liquid can
deteriorate wiring insulation. Keep the extinguisher properly charged and be
familiar with its use. If there are any questions pertaining to fire extinguishers,
consult the local fire department.
EXPLOSION HAZARDS
• Do not smoke around the generator. Wipe up any fuel or oil spills immediately.
Ensure that no combustible materials are left in the generator compartment,
or on or near the generator, as FIRE or EXPLOSION may result. Keep the area
surrounding the generator clean and free from debris.
• Generator sets may operate using one of several types of fuels. All fuel types
are potentially FLAMMABLE and/or EXPLOSIVE and should be handled
with care. Comply with all laws regulating the storage and handling of fuels.
Inspect the unit’s fuel system frequently and correct any leaks immediately.
Fuel supply lines must be properly installed, purged and leak tested according
to applicable fuel-gas codes before placing this equipment into service.
• Gaseous fuels such as natural gas and liquid propane (LP) gas are extremely
EXPLOSIVE. Natural gas is lighter than air, and LP gas is heavier than air;
install leak detectors accordingly.
GENERATOR INSTALLATION
These generators are liquid-cooled, engine-driven generator sets designed to
supply electrical power that operates critical electrical loads during utility power
failure. The generators are factory- installed in a weather resistant, all metal
enclosure and are intended for outdoor installation only.
BEFORE INSTALLATION
Before installing this equipment, check the ratings of both the generator and the
transfer switch. Read “Emergency Isolation Method” and “Total Circuit Isolation
Method” in Section 3 of the Installation Manual. The generator’s rated wattage/
amperage capacity must be adequate to handle all electrical loads that the unit
will power. The critical (essential) loads may need to be grouped together and
wired into a separate “emergency” distribution panel.
If an open bottom is used, the engine-generator is to be installed over noncombustible materials and should be located such that combustible materials
are not capable of accumulating under the generator set.
Only qualified, competent installation contractors or electricians thoroughly
familiar with applicable codes, standards and regulations should install these
standby electric power systems. Installers must comply strictly with all codes,
standards and regulations pertaining to the installation.
After the system has been installed, do nothing that might render the installation
in non-compliance with such codes, standards and regulation
NFPA STANDARDS
The following published standards booklets pertaining to standby electric
systems are available from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),
1 Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269:
• NFPA No. 37, STATIONARY COMBUSTION ENGINES AND GAS TURBINES
• NFPA No. 54, NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE
• NFPA No. 58, LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS CODE
• NFPA 70, NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC)
• NFPA 99, STANDARD FOR HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
• NFPA 101, LIFE SAFETY CODE
• NFPA 110, STANDARD FOR EMERGENCY AND STANDBY POWER SYSTEMS
• NFPA 220, STANDARD TYPES OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
NOTE:
It is essential to use the latest version of any standard
to ensure that the generator and its accessories
comply with all the applicable standards and local codes.
OTHER PUBLISHED STANDARDS
In addition to NFPA standards, the following information pertaining to the
installation and use of standby electric systems is available:
• Article X, NATIONAL BUILDING CODE, available from the American Insurance
Association, 85 John Street, New York, N.Y. 10038.
• AGRICULTURAL WIRING HANDBOOK, obtainable from the Food and Energy
Council, 909 University Avenue, Columbia, MO, 65201.
• ASAE EP-364.2, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FARM STANDBY
ELECTRIC POWER, available from the American Society of Agricultural
Engineers, 2950 Niles Road, St. Joseph, MI 49085.
• A52.1, AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD FOR CHIMNEYS, FIREPLACES
AND VENTING SYSTEMS, available from the American National Standard
Institute, 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018.
The installer must comply with all applicable state and local codes.
GROUNDING THE GENERATOR
A grounding lug is provided on the generator mounting base for the purpose
of grounding the frame and the external electrically conductive parts of this
equipment to an approved earth ground and/or grounding rods where required
by the National Electrical Code (Figure 1.6). Grounding procedures must meet
local regulations.
BATTERY INSTALLATION
Standby generators installed with automatic transfer switches will crank and start
automatically when NORMAL (UTILITY) source voltage is removed or is below
an acceptable preset level. To prevent such automatic start-up and possible
injury to personnel, do not connect battery cables until certain that normal
source voltage at the transfer switch is correct and the system is ready to be
placed into operation.
Storage batteries give off explosive hydrogen gas. This gas can form an
explosive mixture around the battery for several hours after charging. The
slightest spark can ignite the gas and cause an explosion. Such an explosion
can shatter the battery and cause blindness or other injury. Any area that houses
a storage battery must be properly ventilated. Do not allow smoking, open
flame, sparks or any spark producing tools or equipment near the battery.
Battery electrolyte fluid is an extremely caustic sulfuric acid solution that can
cause severe burns. Do not permit fluid to contact eyes, skin, clothing, painted
surfaces, etc. Wear protective goggles, protective clothing and gloves when
handling a battery. If fluid is spilled, flush the affected area immediately with clear
water.
Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. The battery is capable of exploding.
Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte can be toxic and
harmful to the skin and eyes.
The battery represents a risk of high short circuit current. When working on the
battery, always remove watches, rings or other metal objects, and only use tools
that have insulated handles.
VENTED BATTERIES
The electrolyte is a diluted sulfuric acid that is harmful to the skin and eyes.
It is electrically conductive and corrosive. The following procedures are to be
observed:
• Wear full eye protection and protective clothing.
• If electrolyte contacts the skin, wash it off immediately with water.
• If electrolyte contacts the eyes, flush thoroughly and immediately with water
and seek medical attention.
• Spilled electrolyte is to be washed down with an acid-neutralizing agent. A
common practice is to use a solution of one pound (500 grams) bicarbonate
of soda to one gallon (4 liters) of water. The bicarbonate of soda solution is to
be added until the evidence of reaction (foaming) has ceased. The resulting
liquid is to be flushed with water and the area dried.
Lead acid batteries present a risk of fire because they generate hydrogen gas.
The following procedures are to be followed:
• DO NOT SMOKE when near batteries.
• DO NOT cause flame or spark in battery area.
• Discharge static electricity from your body before touching batteries by first
touching a grounded metal surface.
Servicing of batteries is to be performed or supervised by personnel
knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep unauthorized
personnel away from batteries.
For recommended batteries, see the “Specifications” section in the Owner’s
Manual. All batteries must be at 100 percent state of charge before they are
installed on the generator.
When using maintenance-free batteries, it is not necessary to check the specific
gravity or electrolyte level. Have these procedures performed at the intervals
specified in the “Maintenance” section in the Owner’s Manual. A negative
ground system is used. Battery connections are shown on the wiring diagrams.
Make sure all batteries are correctly connected and terminals are tight. Observe
battery polarity when connecting batteries to the generator set.
NOTE:
Damage will result if the battery connections are made in reverse.
Before You Begin
Contact the local inspector or City Hall to make sure you are aware of all
federal, state and local codes that could impact the installation. Secure
all required permits before starting the job.
Mounting Pad
The mounting pad should be located as
close as possible to the transfer switch
and fuel supply. Make sure you leave
adequate room around the generator for
service access. Five feet is a good rule of
thumb, but local codes vary.
Place the pad high enough to keep rising water from reaching the generator.
Make sure the generator will have adequate and unobstructed airflow by
choosing an open space free of trees, shrubs, buildings or other obstructions.
The unit must be positioned so air vents won’t become clogged with leaves,
grass, snow or debris. Make sure that exhaust fumes will not enter the building
through eaves, windows, ventilation fans or other air intakes.
Position the electrical conduit for power
wiring, control wiring and the battery
charger circuit so the generator can be
placed correctly on the pad.
The concrete pad should be reinforced
and deep enough so that the weight
of the pad is equal to the weight of the
generator (see Installation Manual).
The length and width of the pad should
exceed the length and width of the
generator by at least 12 inches on all
sides and the pad must be level within ½
inch all around.
generator placement
Use a forklift, boom truck or similar
equipment with sufficient capacity to
move the generator to the mounting pad
area. The operator should be certified and
experienced in generator installation.
Before placing the generator on the
pad, inspect for shipping damage and if
necessary, file a claim with the shipper.
After removing the bolts holding the
generator base frame to the wooden
pallet, use the lifting eyes on the base
frame to lift the generator onto the pad.
When properly positioned, secure the
base frame to the pad with appropriately
sized masonry bolts.
Connect an approved ground strap to
the grounding lug on the base frame
and to an earth ground or grounding rod
consistent with local regulations.
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connecting the fuel system
Gaseous fuel systems should be installed
by a licensed plumber who is experienced
in generator installation and is familiar with
local codes and regulations.
When installing rigid natural gas lines,
always use AGA approved black pipe.
In most applications, a manual shutoff
valve and a primary regulator must be a
part of the installation.
A section of UL or AGA approved flexible
fuel line is required to protect the rigid fuel
line connections against vibration from the
generator.
Installing the flexible fuel line with as few
bends as possible will allow the flexible
section to absorb and mitigate vibration.
Never use a flexible fuel line to avoid an
elbow in a rigid line and never attach
gaseous fuel line supports to any part
of the generator. Doing so defeats the
purpose of the flexible fuel line.
After checking all connections for leaks,
check the static gas pressure at the
secondary regulator to ensure there
is sufficient pressure to operate the
generator. (See Owner’s Manual)
If the static pressure is too low, or is higher
than 14 inches of water column, notify the
local gas supplier.
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Automatic Transfer Switch installation
Always inspect the transfer switch for
shipping damage. Never mount a switch
that shows any evidence of damage.
Locate the transfer switch as close
as possible to the main service and
load distribution panel. Make sure the
switch is not located where water or
corrosive substances could drip onto the
enclosure.
It’s important to protect the transfer switch against impact, construction grit and
metal fragments at all times.
The transfer switch must be mounted vertically and must be level and plumb.
Note: HTS switches are equivelant to X-type switches.
RTS switches are equivalent to SR-type switches
Generac RTS and HTS switches are open
transition switches. Because load circuits
can only be connected to one power
supply at a time, open transition switches
prevent electrical feedback between utility
circuits and generator circuits.
Standby Circuit Isolation
A
ATS E
The generator powers only designated
loads that are grouped together and wired
into a separate emergency distribution
panel. The transfer switch is installed
between the main distribution panel (A)
and the emergency distribution panel (E).
The amperage rating of the transfer switch
must be equal to, or greater than, the
highest amperage rating of the utility and generator breakers feeding the switch.
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Total Isolation
D ATS
A
The generator will be backing up all
electrical loads within the circuit, so the
amperage rating of the transfer switch
must be equal to, or greater than, the
amperage rating of the normal utility
service.
Unless a service entrance rated transfer
switch is used, a main service disconnect (D) must be located before the transfer
switch. The transfer switch is installed between the utility service entrance and
the building distribution panel (A).
Regardless of configuration, power wiring,
control wiring and wiring for the 15 or 20
Amp circuit required for the 2-Amp battery
charger must always be in separate
conduit.
In all installations, a ground wire will
run through the power conduit from the
generator control panel to the transfer
switch.
In any three-phase application, the phase
rotation of the generator power lines must
match the phase rotation of the utility
power lines at the transfer switch.
While supporting the lugs, use a torque
wrench to tighten the lugs on the
generator circuit breaker and the transfer
switch. Torque specifications are in the
Owner’s Manual.
Consult the Technical Manual that
comes with the transfer switch for wiring
diagrams and any product changes,
modifications or updates.
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HTS Transfer Switches – Equivalent to X-type
HTS switches are used on generators equipped with the PowerManager® H-100
Controller.
Power wiring lugs are clearly marked in the transfer switch.
N = Normal Utility Supply
E = Generator Connection Panel
T = Load Distribution Panel
Neutral wires from the utility, the load source and the generator are all connected
to the same lug in the switch.
The control wires consist of RS485 positive
and RS485 negative communication wires
run in a shielded cable. The RS485 wiring
must consist of a 2-wire twisted pair cable
with overall screen.
The shield wire of the RS485 communication cable must only be connected at
the generator. The shield wire should be taped out of the way in the transfer
switch.
When installing an HTS switch, terminals 0 and 183 are not used.
RTS Transfer Switches – Equivalent to
SR-type
Generators equipped with the R Series
Digital Controller will be matched to an
RTS transfer switch.
The wiring configuration is different from
an HTS switch, but the power lugs use the
same coding.
N = Normal Utility Supply
E = Generator Connection Panel
T = Load Distribution Panel
When installing an RTS switch, terminals 178 and 183 are not used.
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Battery Installation
Before connecting the battery, make
certain that normal utility voltage at the
transfer switch is correct and the system is
ready to be put into operation.
Check the engine oil, the coolant level,
belt tension, and if so equipped, the
gearbox oil.
Check the battery to make sure it is fully
charged before installing.
Follow all safety procedures detailed in
the Owner’s Manual and observe polarity
when connecting the battery. Make sure
all terminal connections are tight.
Connect the power leads for the battery
charger to the 120-Volt, 15 or 20-Amp
circuit as shown in the Installation
Manual.
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You’ll need to check the control panel to
make sure the H-100 controller is properly
configured for the HTS transfer switch.
Using the control panel is simple once you
understand the process.
If the main menu screen is not showing
on the right screen display, press the
MENU button.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
The main menu display lists the eight
sections shown here. There are several
adjustments you will need to make during
installation, but they are all done in two
sections — Status and Exercise/HTS.
Each of these two sections has multiple pages. When you select one of the sections, you will see “More (
)” and
(numbers) in parentheses.
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“More” means there are more pages and
the arrows can be selected to go back
(
) or go forward (
).
f
g
The numbers in parentheses indicate which page you are on and the total
number of pages in the section. (1 - 4)
indicates you are on page one of four
pages.
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NAVIGATION TIPS
Use the ARROW keys to move the cursor
up, down, left or right.
When the cursor is flashing, it can be
moved to another line or location on the
screen, but no settings can be changed.
In order to change a setting, you will
always have to press ENTER. When you
press enter, the flashing cursor will become a static underline and you can use
the Up or Down arrows to change the setting
In order to save a setting, you must always press ENTER again.
CONFIGURING THE H-100 FOR THE HTS TRANSFER SWITCH
If the main menu page is not displayed on the
panel’s right screen, press MENU.
Use the arrow keys to move the flashing cursor to
“Exercise/HTS” and press ENTER.
A new screen should appear indicating you are on
page (1 - 4).
Press ENTER three more times until the screen
displays page (4 – 4). If the display shows “HTS
#1 Disabled” use the UP or DOWN arrow keys to
move the flashing cursor to Disabled.
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Press ENTER. When the cursor becomes a static
underline, press either the UP OR DOWN arrow
key once and the screen should show “HTS #1
Enabled”.
Press ENTER to save the setting.
To confirm that the controller is communicating
properly with the HTS transfer switch, use the
ARROW keys to scroll to the bottom of the screen
and select the “go back” arrow (
).
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Press ENTER. If the top line of the display shows
“HTS #1 Enabled”, the controller is properly
configured and you can return to the main menu
display by pressing MENU.
If the display shows “HTS #1 Disabled”, go back to
page (4 - 4) to enable the switch, then check again.
operational checks
Make sure all breakers in the main
distribution panel are open so that loads
cannot be accidentally transferred to the
generator until you are ready to do so.
To conduct the necessary operational
checks you will have to work inside a live
transfer switch. Refer to NFPA 70E for the
required safety equipment.
With utility power present and the
generator in the OFF position, select
AUTO in the transfer switch.
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Verify that utility voltage and frequency
are correct in the transfer switch. In 3phase applications, you will also need to
verify phase rotation.
If phase rotation is incorrect, switch the
A and C connections in the generator
connection box and check phase rotation
again. Refer to the Installation Manual for
correct procedures.
With utility power present and the
generator OFF, select MANUAL in the
transfer switch and open the main
breaker.
Select MANUAL on the generator control
panel to start the generator with no loads
present.
If the Low Gas Pressure alarm goes off
or the Low Fuel Pressure indicator shows
on the control panel display, contact the
plumber who installed the gas lines.
To check automatic operation, shut off the
generator; then turn the key to AUTO and
close the main breaker.
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Place the transfer switch in AUTO and
open the main breaker. The generator
should start and after the appropriate time
delay, the transfer switch should transfer
power to the generator without any loads.
Close the individual breakers in the
distribution panel one at a time until the
generator has accepted the entire load.
Then close the main utility breaker to
restore normal utility power.
After the engine has completed its cooldown cycle and has shut off, open the
main breaker and allow the generator to
accept the entire load immediately. Verify
gas pressure at the secondary regulator
while the unit is under full load.
After shutting off the generator and
restoring utility power, you’ll need to set
the current time and date and schedule
the automatic exercise function in the
generator control panel.
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SETTING THE TIME & DATE
From the main menu, use the DOWN arrow key
to move the flashing cursor to “Status” and press
ENTER to go to page (1- 2).
Use the ARROW keys to move the flashing
cursor to the beginning of the time / date line
and press ENTER.
Use the ARROW keys to set the correct hour. Note: The controller uses a 24
hour clock. (i.e., 11:00 PM is 23:00). Press ENTER to save the hour setting, then
use the right arrow key to scroll over and set the minutes.
Press ENTER to save the minute setting, then scroll right and set the current
date. (The day of the week will change automatically when you change the date.)
Press ENTER to save the date before leaving the screen.
Press MENU to return to the main menu display.
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ENABLING & SCHEDULING THE WEEKLY EXERCISE FUNCTION
From the main menu , select “Exercise/HTS” and
press ENTER once to go to page 1 of the section.
If the top line of the display shows “Y Exercise
Enabled”, the setting is correct.
If the top line of the display shows “N Exercise
Enabled”, you will have to enable the exercise
function. Use the UP or DOWN arrow key to move
the flashing cursor to the “N” on the first line and
press ENTER.
Press the UP or DOWN arrow key to change the
“N” to “Y” and press ENTER to save the setting.
To schedule the weekly exercise function, press
the down arrow key once to scroll to the “Time
Start” line.
Use the arrow keys to set the day of the week and time the customer wants
the unit to exercise. Remember to press ENTER to select the field you want to
change and again to save each change.
ENABLING THE QUIET-TEST FEATURE
To enable Quiet-Test, scroll to the page information
at the bottom of the screen, select the forward
arrow (
) to go to page (2 - 4) and press ENTER.
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If the top line of the display shows “N Quiet Test
Selected”, you will have to enable the Quiet-Test
feature. Move the cursor to the “N” and
press ENTER.
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Use either the UP or DOWN arrow key to change
the “N” to “Y” and press ENTER to save the setting.
When finished, press MENU to return to the main
menu display.
Finally, make sure that both the generator
and the transfer switch are in the AUTO
position before leaving the job site.
Every installation has its own unique set of circumstances and requirements.
This booklet provides guidelines for basic installations only and is not intended
to cover all applications. If you have any questions or concerns after carefully
reading all documentation received with the equipment, contact the nearest
AUTHORIZED DEALER for assistance.
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Phone: 800-844-0029
Fax: 800-844-0459