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DEEP SEA ELECTRONICS PLC
DSE5110
AUTOSTART CONTROL MODULE
OPERATING MANUAL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section
Page
1
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 5
2
IDENTIFICATION OF “ORIGINAL” 5110 AND “NEW” 5110 .......................... 6
3
CLARIFICATION OF NOTATION USED WITHIN THIS PUBLICATION. ........ 7
4
OPERATION .................................................................................................... 8
4.1
4.2
5
AUTOMATIC MODE OF OPERATION ................................................................................. 9
MANUAL OPERATION ....................................................................................................... 10
PROTECTIONS .............................................................................................. 11
5.1
5.2
6
WARNINGS ......................................................................................................................... 12
SHUTDOWNS ..................................................................................................................... 13
DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS .................................................................... 15
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
7
TYPICAL LCD DISPLAY SCREENS .................................................................................. 16
LCD DISPLAY AREAS ....................................................................................................... 17
VIEWING THE INSTRUMENTS .......................................................................................... 18
INDICATORS ...................................................................................................................... 19
CONTROLS......................................................................................................................... 19
POWER UP LCD DISPLAY ........................................................................... 20
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EVENT LOG ................................................................................................... 21
8.1
8.2
9
ENTERING EVENT LOG VIEWER ..................................................................................... 21
EVENT LOG EXAMPLES ................................................................................................... 21
FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION ............................................................... 22
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
10
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................. 31
10.1
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.5
11
ENTERING CONFIGURATION MODE ............................................................................... 22
EDITING AN ANALOGUE VALUE ..................................................................................... 23
EDITING A ‘LIST’ VALUE .................................................................................................. 23
TIMERS & ANALOGUE SETTINGS ................................................................................... 24
LIST ITEM SETTINGS ........................................................................................................ 25
CONFIGURABLE OUTPUTS ............................................................................................. 26
LCD INDICATORS .............................................................................................................. 28
CONFIGURABLE INPUTS ................................................................................................. 30
PANEL CUT-OUT ........................................................................................................... 31
COOLING ........................................................................................................................ 31
UNIT DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................................ 31
FRONT PANEL LAYOUT ............................................................................................... 32
REAR PANEL LAYOUT ................................................................................................. 32
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS ................................................................. 33
11.1
CONNECTION DETAILS ................................................................................................ 33
11.1.1 PLUG “A” 8 WAY ........................................................................................................ 33
11.1.2 PLUG “B” 11 WAY ...................................................................................................... 33
11.1.3 PLUG “F” 4 WAY ........................................................................................................ 33
11.1.4 PLUG “G” 5 WAY ........................................................................................................ 34
11.1.5 PLUG “H” 4 WAY ........................................................................................................ 34
11.2
CONNECTOR FUNCTION DETAILS ............................................................................. 35
11.2.1 PLUG “A” 8 WAY ........................................................................................................ 35
11.2.2 PLUG “B” 11 WAY ...................................................................................................... 35
11.2.3 PLUG “F” 4 WAY ........................................................................................................ 36
11.2.4 PLUG “G” 5 WAY ........................................................................................................ 36
11.2.5 PLUG “H” 4 WAY ........................................................................................................ 36
11.2.6 PURCHASING ADDITIONAL CONNECTOR PLUGS FROM DSE............................ 36
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SPECIFICATION ....................................................................................... 37
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COMMISSIONING ..................................................................................... 38
13.1.1
PRE-COMMISSIONING ............................................................................................. 38
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TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................... 39
15
FAULT FINDING........................................................................................ 39
16
FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS ............................................................. 41
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ICONS AND LCD IDENTIFICATION ......................................................... 42
17.1
17.2
17.3
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PUSH BUTTONS ............................................................................................................ 42
STATUS / MEASUREMENT UNITS ............................................................................... 42
ALARM INDICATIONS ................................................................................................... 42
APPENDIX ................................................................................................. 43
18.1
ALTERNATIVE WIRING TOPOLOGIES ........................................................................ 43
18.1.1 1 PHASE, 2 WIRE ...................................................................................................... 43
18.1.2 3 PHASE, 3 WIRE ...................................................................................................... 43
18.1.3 2 PHASE, 3 WIRE ...................................................................................................... 44
18.2
SENDER WIRING RECOMMENDATIONS .................................................................... 45
18.2.1 EARTH RETURN SENDERS ..................................................................................... 45
18.2.2 INSULATED RETURN SENDERS ............................................................................. 45
18.3
CHOOSING THE CORRECT C.T.S ............................................................................... 46
18.4
INPUT EXPANSION ....................................................................................................... 47
18.5
STANDBY GENERATING SET? .................................................................................... 47
18.6
FULLY INTEGRATED AUTO MAINS FAILURE ............................................................ 47
18.7
FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION (ORIGINAL 5110) ................................................. 48
18.8
FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION MK2 5110 V3 ........................................................ 51
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1 INTRODUCTION
The DSE 5110 autostart module has been designed to allow the OEM to meet increasing demand within
the industry. It has been primarily designed to allow the user to start and stop the generator. The user
also has the facility to view all the system operating parameters via the LCD display.
The DSE 5110 module monitors the engine, indicating the operational status and fault conditions
automatically shutting down the engine and giving a true first up fault condition of an engine failure by a
flashing COMMON ALARM LED. Exact failure mode information is indicated by the LCD display on the
front panel.
The powerful Microprocessor contained within the module allows for a range of complex features to be
incorporated as standard:
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Graphical Icon based LCD display (excluding the need for translations and languages).
Engine parameter monitoring and instrumentation.
Generator Voltage, Frequency & Current instrumentation.
Fully configurable inputs for use as alarms or a range of different functions.
Extensive range of output functions using built in relay outputs.
‘Front panel’ configuration of operating parameters.
PC configurable using 5xxx configuration software for Windows™ and P810 interface module.
The module is housed in a robust plastic case for front panel mounting. Connections to the module are
via locking plug and sockets.
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2 IDENTIFICATION OF “ORIGINAL” 5110 AND “NEW” 5110
NOTE:- In April 2005, the 5110 controller was updated to include PC configuration. At this
time, a few minor changes to the front panel configuration were also made. This manual covers
both the “original” and the “new” 5110 controller (V2 onwards).
The “new” 5110 (V2 onwards) module is identified easily by the PRESENCE of the P810 module
configuration software on the rear of the module and the PRESENCE of the LOAD and
GENERATOR mimic on the fascia label. (see below)
The “original” 5110 module is identified easily by the LACK of the P810 module configuration
socket on the rear of the module and the LACK of the LOAD and GENERATOR mimic on the
fascia label. (see below)
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FASCIA OF NEW 5110
FASCIA OF ORIGINAL 5110
REAR OF NEW 5110
REAR OF ORIGINAL 5110
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3 CLARIFICATION OF NOTATION USED WITHIN THIS PUBLICATION.
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4 OPERATION
The following description details the sequences followed by a module containing the standard ‘factory
configuration’. Always refer to your configuration source for the exact sequences and timers observed by
any particular module in the field.
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AUTOMATIC MODE OF OPERATION
This mode is activated by pressing the
confirms this action.
pushbutton. An LED indicator beside the button
When a Remote Start signal is applied to the remote start input, the following sequence is initiated:The Remote Start Active indicator illuminates (if configured).
To allow for false signals the Start Delay timer is initiated. After this delay, if the pre-heat output option is
selected then the pre-heat timer is initiated, and the corresponding auxiliary output (if configured) will
energise.
NOTE:- If the Remote Start signal is removed during the Start Delay timer, the unit will return
to a stand-by state.
After the above delays the Fuel Solenoid is energised, then one second later, the Starter Motor is
engaged.
The engine is cranked for a pre-set time period. If the engine fails to fire during this cranking attempt then
the starter motor is disengaged for the pre-set rest period. Should this sequence continue beyond the set
number of attempts (fixed at 3), the start sequence will be terminated and
Fail to Start
fault will be displayed accompanied by a flashing shutdown
symbol.
When the engine fires, the starter motor is disengaged and locked out at a pre-set frequency from the
Alternator output. Alternatively a Magnetic Pickup mounted on the flywheel housing can be used for
speed detection (This is selected using the front panel editor).
After the starter motor has disengaged, the Safety On timer is activated, allowing Oil Pressure, High
Engine Temperature, Under-speed, Charge Fail and any delayed Auxiliary fault inputs to stabilise without
triggering the fault.
Once the engine is running, the Warm Up timer, if selected is initiated, allowing the engine to stabilise
before accepting the load.
If an auxiliary output has been selected to give a load transfer signal, this would then activate.
NOTE:-A load transfer will not be initiated until the Oil Pressure has risen. Thus preventing
excessive wear on the engine.
NOTE:- If the remote start input is removed before the warming timer expires, the set will
shut down after the warming timer.
On removal of the Remote Start signal, the Stop delay timer is initiated, once it has timed out, the load
Transfer signal is de-energised, removing the load. The Cooling timer is then initiated, allowing the
engine a cooling down period off load before shutting down. Once the Cooling timer expires the Fuel
Solenoid is de-energised, bringing the generator to a stop.
Should the Remote Start signal be re-activated during the cooling down period, the set will return on
load.
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4.2
MANUAL OPERATION
To initiate a start sequence in MANUAL, press the
pushbutton. When the controller is in the manual
mode (indicated by an LED indicator beside the button), pressing the START (I) button will initiate the
start sequence.
NOTE:- There is no Start Delay in this mode of operation.
NOTE:- When in manual mode, the remote start input cannot be used to begin the start
sequence.
If the pre-heat output option is selected this timer is then initiated, and the auxiliary output selected is
energised.
After the above delay the Fuel Solenoid is energised, then the Starter Motor is engaged.
The engine is cranked for a pre-set time period. If the engine fails to fire during this cranking attempt then
the starter motor is disengaged for the pre-set rest period. Should this sequence continue beyond the set
number of attempts (fixed at 3), the start sequence will be terminated and
Fail to Start
fault will be displayed accompanied by a flashing shutdown
indicator.
When the engine fires, the starter motor is disengaged and locked out at a pre-set frequency from the
Alternator output. Alternatively a Magnetic Pickup mounted on the flywheel housing can be used for
speed detection (This is selected using the front panel editor).
After the starter motor has disengaged, the Safety On timer is activated, allowing Oil Pressure, High
Engine Temperature, Under-speed, Charge Fail and any delayed Auxiliary fault inputs to stabilise without
triggering the fault.
Once the engine is running, the Warm Up timer, if selected is initiated, allowing the engine to stabilise
before it can be loaded.
The generator will run off load, unless a Remote Start signal is applied, and if Load Transfer has been
selected as a control source, the appropriate auxiliary output selected will activate.
If the Remote Start signal is removed, the generator will continue to run On load until the Auto mode is
selected. The Remote Stop Delay Timer will time out, the load is then disconnected. The generator will
then run off load allowing the engine a cooling down period.
NOTE:- Removing the remote start input when the set is on load will not cause the generator
to be taken off load.
Selecting STOP (O) de-energises the FUEL SOLENOID, bringing the generator to a stop.
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5 PROTECTIONS
The module will indicate that an alarm has occurred in several ways;
The “Common alarm” LED will illuminate
(Warning = Red steady, Shutdown = Red Flashing)
If appropriate, the LCD display or LED indicators will display the appropriate alarm icon i.e. for battery
charging failure :
RPM
Hz
51 . 0 1530
If no alarms are present the LCD
will extinguish any alarm icons.
In the event of a warning alarm the LCD will display the appropriate icon. If a shutdown then occurs the
module will display the appropriate icon. The original warning alarm icon will remain displayed.
Example:PSI
BAR
0.8 11.0
Charge alternator warning (all symbols steady)
Followed by….
Hz
0. 0
RPM
0
Charge alternator warning indicator still
present, common alarm indicator has
changed to a shutdown symbol and is
now flashing.
Also present is the flashing overspeed
LED.
Overspeed and Shutdown alarm Icons are displayed flashing. The original warning will remain displayed
as long at the triggering conditions remain. Any subsequent warnings or shutdowns that occur will be
displayed steady, therefore only the first-up shutdown will appear flashing.
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5.1
WARNINGS
Warnings are non-critical alarm conditions and do not affect the operation of the generator system, they
serve to draw the operators attention to an undesirable condition.
In the event of a warning alarm the LCD will display:-
BATTERY CHARGE FAILURE, if the module does not detect a voltage from the warning light terminal on
the auxiliary charge alternator the
icon will illuminate.
FAIL TO STOP, If the module detects the engine is still running when the ‘Fail to stop timer’ expires, then
the module will display:-
NOTE:- ‘Fail to Stop’ could indicate a faulty oil pressure sender - If engine is at rest check oil
sender wiring and configuration.
AUXILIARY INPUTS, if an auxiliary input has been configured as a warning the appropriate LCD
segment will be displayed:-
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SHUTDOWNS
Shutdowns are latching and stop the Generator. The alarm must be cleared, and the fault removed to
reset the module.
In the event of a shutdown alarm the LCD will display: (flashing).
The appropriate icon will also be displayed flashing
NOTE:- The alarm condition must be rectified before a reset will take place. If the alarm
condition remains it will not be possible to reset the unit (The exception to this is the Low Oil
Pressure alarm and similar ‘delayed alarms’, as the oil pressure will be low with the engine at
rest). Any subsequent warnings or shutdowns that occur will be displayed steady, therefore
only the first-up shutdown will appear flashing.
FAIL TO START, if the engine does not fire after the pre-set number of attempts has been made a
shutdown will be initiated.
icon will illuminate.
The
EMERGENCY STOP, removal of the Positive DC Supply from the Emergency Stop input initiates the
following sequence, firstly it will initiate a controlled shutdown of the Generator and prevent any attempt to
restart the Generator until the Emergency Stop push-button has been reset. Secondly it removes the
Positive DC supply from both the Fuel Solenoid and Starter Solenoid.
The
icon will illuminate.
NOTE:- The Emergency Stop Positive signal must be present otherwise the unit will
shutdown.
LOW OIL PRESSURE, if the module detects that the engine oil pressure has fallen below the low oil
pressure trip setting level after the Safety On timer has expired, a shutdown will occur.
The
icon will illuminate.
HIGH ENGINE TEMPERATURE if the module detects that the engine coolant temperature has exceeded
the high engine temperature trip setting level after the Safety On timer has expired, a shutdown will
occur.
The
icon will illuminate.
OVERSPEED / OVERFREQUENCY, if the engine speed exceeds the pre-set trip a shutdown is initiated.
icon will illuminate.
The
Overspeed is not delayed, it is an immediate shutdown.
NOTE:- During the start-up sequence the overspeed trip logic will allow for a small amount
of overshoot. This temporarily raises the overspeed trip point during the safety delay timer. This
is used to prevent nuisance tripping on start-up.
UNDERSPEED / UNDERFREQUENCY, if the engine speed falls below the pre-set trip after the Safety
On timer has expired, a shutdown is initiated.
The
icon will illuminate.
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OIL PRESSURE SENDER OPEN CIRCUIT, if the module detects a loss of signal from the oil pressure
sender (open circuit) a shutdown is initiated. The LCD will indicate:(Steady) (And ‘-----‘ on the engine oil pressure instrument). Sender failure is not delayed; it is an
immediate shutdown.
AUXILIARY INPUTS, if an auxiliary input has been configured as a shutdown the appropriate LCD
segment will be displayed: -
!
LOSS OF SPEED SIGNAL, if the speed sensing signal is lost during cranking, a shutdown is initiated.
The
icon will illuminate (Steady). As engine speed cannot be determined, the entire “fail to stop”
timer is observed before the alarm can be reset and the engine restarted.
NOTE:- This will only occur if the controller is configured for magnetic pickup and the speed
sensing signal is lost during cranking or during the safety on timer. If the signal is lost during
normal operation the Generator will shutdown with an Under-speed alarm.
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6 DESCRIPTION OF CONTROLS
The following section details the function and meaning of the various controls on the module.
Instrumentation page
button
LCD Display
Common alarm LED
User configurable indicators
Operation and
configuration buttons
FIG2
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6.1
TYPICAL LCD DISPLAY SCREENS
INSTRUMENTS
L1- L2
L2- L3
The LCD displays the various engine parameters such as ‘ENGINE
SPEED’, ‘OIL PRESSURE’, ‘HOURS RUN’, etc.
Each instrument is displayed with the appropriate units of measure.
In this example, the values being displayed are Generator phase to
L3- L1
V
4 17. 3 40 9.6 399.7
phase AC
voltages V.
ALARM ICONS
BAR
0 .0
PSI
The LCD also displays the exact nature of any alarm condition that
may have occurred such as LOW OIL PRESSURE using
appropriate icons. This allows very specific alarm conditions to be
brought to the operators’ attention. Refer to the ‘Protections’
section of this manual for details of the alarms.
0 .0
USER DEFINED
INDICATIONS
The LCD displays the user-defined indications when configured
and active. The icons will illuminate and point to the appropriate
text insert label. These indications can be used to indicate internal
states (i.e. Engine Running, Safety On, etc).
USER DEFINED ALARMS
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The LCD displays the user-defined alarms when configured and
active. The icons will illuminate and point to the appropriate text
insert label. These alarms can be used to indicate the operation of
external alarms (i.e. ‘Low Fuel Level’, ‘Low Coolant level’ etc) or to
indicate internal alarms (i.e. Fail to Stop, MPU fault, etc).
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LCD DISPLAY AREAS
Instrument Values
Display Information &
Units of Measure
Alarm Icons
User Definable Alarms/Indicators
NOTE:- The Engine Hours Run counter will only display the accumulated hours to the
nearest 12 Minutes (0.2Hr). The accumulated time will be recorded in HH: MM however.
CAUTION!:-If the DC supply to the module is interrupted the hours run counter will not
remember any ‘un-displayed’ minutes accumulated since the last 12 Minute display update.
i.e.
10 Hours 38 Minutes accumulated before DC supply is removed…
(10.6 Hours displayed)
would become …10 Hours 36Minutes on restoration of DC supply.
(10.6 Hours still displayed)
This will only occur in the event of a total DC supply break and will NOT occur if the module is
simply switched to the Stop/Reset position.
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6.3
VIEWING THE INSTRUMENTS
It is possible to manually scroll to display the different instruments by repeatedly operating the scroll
button. Once selected the instrument will remain on the LCD display until the user selects a different
instrument or after a period of inactivity the module will revert to the initial display (Hz/RPM).
Instrument Page Order:• Frequency / RPM
• AC Voltage Line-Neutral
• AC Voltage Line-Line
• AC Line Current
• Oil Pressure
• Coolant temperature
• Engine Hours Run
• DC Battery Voltage
(<<<Not Shown on 3 phase 3 wire (Delta) version of the module)
Manually Selecting an Instrument
Initial display (Hz/RPM)
RPM
Hz
51.0 1530
Pressing the DOWN button the LCD will
then show (Generator L-N voltages)
L1- N
L2-N
L3- N
V
212.3 20 9.1 196.7
Pressing the DOWN button the LCD will
then show (Generator L-L voltages)
L1- L2
L2- L3
L3- L1
V
417.3 409.6 399. 7
Pressing the
button again will scroll through each individual instrument eventually returning to the
original instrument displayed.
NOTE:-Once selected the instrument will remain on the LCD display until the user selects a
different instrument or after a period of inactivity the module will revert to the initial display.
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INDICATORS
COMMON ALARM LCD indicators
These indicate when an alarm condition is present. The
Alarm icons or LED’s will detail the exact nature of the
alarm.
USER CONFIGURABLE LCD INDICATORS
These LCD’s can be configured by the user to indicate
any on of the different functions based around the
following:• WARNINGS and SHUTDOWNS - Specific indication
of a particular warning or shutdown condition, backed
up by LCD indication (!)- Such as Low Oil Pressure
Shutdown, Low Coolant level, etc.
• STATUS INDICATIONS - Indication of specific
functions or sequences derived from the modules
operating state - Such as Safety On, Pre-heating,
Generator Available, etc.
6.5
(warning) or
(shutdown)
CONTROLS
STOP/RESET
This button places the module into its Stop/reset mode. This will clear any alarm
conditions for which the triggering criteria have been removed. If the engine is running
and this position is selected, the module will automatically instruct the changeover
device to unload the generator (‘Close generator’ becomes inactive (if used)). The
fuel supply will be removed and engine will be brought to a standstill. Should a
remote start signal be present while operating in this mode, a remote start will not
occur.
MANUAL
This mode is used to allow manual control of the generator functions. Once in Manual
mode the module will respond to the start (I) button and start the engine and run off
load. If the engine is running off-load in the Manual mode and a remote start signal
becomes present, the module will automatically instruct the changeover device to
place the generator on load (‘Close generator’ becomes active (if used)). Should the
remote start signal then be removed the generator will remain on load until either the
‘STOP/RESET’ or ‘AUTO’ positions is selected.
AUTO
This button places the module into its ‘Automatic’ mode. This mode allows the
module to control the function of the generator automatically. The module will monitor
the remote start input and once a start condition is signalled the set will be
automatically started and placed on load (‘Close generator’ becomes active (if used)).
If the starting signal is removed the module will automatically transfer the load from the
generator and shut the set down observing the stop delay timer and cooling timer as
necessary. The module will then await the next start event. For further details please
see the more detailed description of ‘Auto Operation’ earlier in this manual.
START
This button is only active in MANUAL
mode. Pressing this button in manual mode
will start the engine and run off load. If the engine is running off-load in the Manual
mode and a remote start signal becomes present, the module will automatically
instruct the changeover device to place the generator on load (‘Close generator’
becomes active (if used)). Should the remote start signal then be removed the
generator will remain on load until either the ‘STOP/RESET’ or ‘AUTO’ positions is
selected.
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7 POWER UP LCD DISPLAY
In April 2005, the 5110 controller was updated to include PC configuration. At this time, a few minor
changes to the front panel configuration were also made.
This section details the power up display of the “new” 5110 module.
When DC power is first applied to the 5110 controller, a
short LCD test is performed that illuminates all LCD
segments.
After this, the module’s software revision number is
shown briefly.
For example, this display is showing software revision
1.00
NOTE:- The “original” 5110 controller does not have a power up LCD check or version
number display. The “original” controller is identified easily. See the section entitled
Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 (V2 onwards) elsewhere in this manual.
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Model 5110 features an integral 20 item event log. This log contains the last 20 shutdown alarms
registered by the controller.
8.1
ENTERING EVENT LOG VIEWER
NOTE:- Entering the event log will place the module into STOP mode, shutting down the engine if
it is already running. Additionally, all module LEDs are extinguished.
Press and hold the STOP
button for five
seconds to enter the event log viewer
The latest shutdown event is displayed.
Pressing the scroll
button will cycle
through the events, returning to the first one,
once the end of the list is reached.
Timer symbol to indicate event log mode
Event number
Indication of shutdown
alarm logged (eg.
emergency stop)
Engine hours
Counter at the time of the logged
shutdown alarm (eg 12.2 hrs)
Press the STOP
button at any time to
exit the event log viewer.
If no shutdown event is logged, the display will indicate "---“ in place of
the hours counter.
8.2
EVENT LOG EXAMPLES
5th most recent event - High engine temperature
shutdown when engine hours counter was 1853 hrs
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when engine hours counter was 82.6 hrs
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9 FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION
In April 2005, the 5110 controller was updated to include PC configuration. At this time, a few minor
changes to the front panel configuration were also made.
This section details the configuration editor of the “new” 5110 module. For details of the configuration
editor for the “original” 5110, see the Appendix section of this manual.
To identify the “original” and “new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110
and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this manual.
NOTE:- PC Configuration is possible on the “new” 5110 controller (V2 onwards) in addition
to the Front Panel Configuration. PC configuration offers additional settings such as oil pressure
/ sender curve editing and the ability to load / save configuration files to disk.
9.1
ENTERING CONFIGURATION MODE
NOTE:- Configuration mode can ONLY be entered when the module is in the STOP mode
and the engine is at rest.
Press the DOWN and STOP buttons to enter
configuration mode.
and
Parameter
The first configurable parameter is displayed. (Start delay)
In this example, the Start delay timer
(parameter 0) is currently set to 5s.
Current value
(5 seconds)
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9.2 EDITING AN ANALOGUE VALUE
Enter the front panel configuration editor as described above. Press the 9 button to enter adjust mode.
When in adjust mode (indicated by the flashing
icons in the module display), pressing the + or –
buttons will change the selected parameter to the desired value. Press the 9 button to ‘save’ the value. The
icons will stop flashing to confirm that it has been saved.
To select the next parameter to edit, press the + button. Continuing to press the + / – buttons will cycle
through the adjustable parameters in the order shown in the following lists.
Timers display in seconds up to 59 seconds, then in minutes upto the timer’s
maximum value.
For instance, the parameter being displayed in this example is the cooling timer
(parameter 7). It’s current value is 2.5mins (2mins 30secs).
9.3 EDITING A ‘LIST’ VALUE
Some configuration parameters have a list of options to select from. These include input and output settings.
This example shows the setting for LCD indicator 1 (parameter 29). It’s current
setting is 3 (‘Load Transfer from the list shown overleaf).
NOTE:- When in adjust mode (indicated by the flashing
icons in the module display),
pressing the (stop mode) button will cancel any changes made to the current parameter,
reverting to the last ‘saved’ value. This also exits adjust mode.
NOTE:- To exit the front panel configuration editor at any time press the STOP
button.
Ensure you save any changes you have made by pressing the 9 button first if necessary.
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9.4
TIMERS & ANALOGUE SETTINGS
Parameter
0 - Start delay
1 - Preheat
2 - Crank attempt
3 - Crank rest
4 - Safety delay
5 - Warming up
6 - Return delay
7 - Cooling run
8 - E.T.S. solenoid hold
9 - Sensor fail delay
10 - Fail to Stop Delay
11 - Low Oil Pressure
12 - High Temperature
13 - Under Speed
14 - Over Speed
15 - Underfrequency
16 - Overfrequency
17 - Charge Alt Failure
18 - Flywheel teeth
19 - CT Primary
Type
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Warning
Value
Value
Default
5s
0s
10s
10s
8s
0s
30s
60s
0s
2s
60s
15PSI
95°C
1250RPM
1750RPM
40Hz
57Hz
8V DC
0
500A
Max
60s
60s
60s
60s
60s
60m
60m
60m
60s
5s
60s
150PSI
150°C
3600RPM
5000RPM
60Hz
72Hz
25V DC
300
6000A
NOTE:- Setting a timer to zero (0) will disable it. Timer settings increment from 0 to 60s in
steps of 1s and from 1 minute to the maximum value in steps of 30 seconds (0.5 minutes) (where
applicable)
NOTE:- Setting Flywheel teeth to zero (0) will disable magnetic pickup speed sensing. In this
instance, engine speed is derived from the alternator output frequency.
NOTE:- CT values increment from 10-100 in steps of 10A, and from 100 to 6000A in steps of
50A. CT secondary must be 5A.
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9.5
LIST ITEM SETTINGS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
20 - Alternator poles
21 - Oil pressure input
22 - Coolant temp input
Parameter
23 - Fast loading
enabled
24 - AC system
25 - Oil pressure
display units
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Selections
0,2,4,6,8
0 - Not used
1 - Digital, close for low
pressure
2 - Digital, open for low
pressure
3 - VDO 0-5bar
4 - VDO 0-10bar
5 - Datcon 5bar
6 - Datcon 10bar
7 - Datcon 7bar
8 - Murphy 7bar
9 - User configured
0 - Not used
1 - Digital, close for high
temperature
2 - Digital, open for high
temperature
3 - VDO 40°C to 120°C
4 - Datcon High
5 - Datcon Low
6 - Murphy
7 - Cummins
8 - PT100
9 - User configured
Selections
0 - No
1 - Yes
0 - 3 phases 4 wires
1 - 1 phase 2 wire
2 - 3 phases 3 wires
3 - 2 phases 3 wires
0 - Bar/PSI
1 - kPa
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9.6
CONFIGURABLE OUTPUTS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
Selection
26 – Output 1 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 – Close Generator
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
27 – Output 2 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
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CONFIGURABLE OUTPUTS (CONTINUED)
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter Selection
28 – Output 3 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
NOTE:- The ‘preheat modes’ selectable for configurable outputs and LCD indicators perform the following actions :
•
•
•
•
Preheat mode 0 - Preheat during preheat timer, ceasing at end of preheat timer.
Preheat mode 1 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until engine stops cranking.
Preheat mode 2 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the safety delay timer has expired.
Preheat mode 3 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the warming timer has expired.
In addition, in all preheat modes, preheat takes place during the crank rest timer between crank cycles.
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9.7
LCD INDICATORS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter Selection
29 - LCD 1 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
30 - LCD 2 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
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LCD INDICATORS (CONTINUED)
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter Selection
31 - LCD 3 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
32 - LCD 4 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
NOTE:- The ‘preheat modes’ selectable for configurable outputs and LCD indicators perform the following actions :
•
•
•
•
Preheat mode 0 - Preheat during preheat timer, ceasing at end of preheat timer.
Preheat mode 1 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until engine stops cranking.
Preheat mode 2 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the safety delay timer has expired.
Preheat mode 3 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the warming timer has expired.
In addition, in all preheat modes, preheat takes place during the crank rest timer between crank cycles.
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9.8
CONFIGURABLE INPUTS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter Selection
33 – Input 1 0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 -Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Remote Start, close to activate
9 - Remote Start, open to activate
34 – Input 2 0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Electrical trip, close to activate
9 - Electrical trip, open to activate
35 – Input 3 0 - Warning, Delayed, close to activate
1 - Warning, Delayed, open to activate
2 - Warning, Immediate, close to activate
3 - Warning, Immediate, open to activate
4 - Shutdown, Delayed, close to activate
5 - Shutdown, Delayed, open to activate
6 - Shutdown, Immediate, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Lamp test, close to activate
9 - Lamp test, open to activate
36 – Input 4 0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
37 - Input 5 0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Oil pressure switch, Shutdown, open for low oil pressure
9 - Oil pressure switch, Shutdown, close for low oil pressure
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10 INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The model DSE 5110 Module has been designed for front panel mounting. Fixing is by 4 clips for easy
assembly.
10.1 PANEL CUT-OUT
160.00mm
(6.3”)
220.00mm
(8.7”)
FIG 3
Maximum panel thickness – 8mm (0.3”).
In conditions of excessive vibration the module should be mounted on suitable anti-vibration mountings.
10.2 COOLING
The module has been designed to operate over a wide temperature range -30 to +70º C. Allowances
should be made for the temperature rise within the control panel enclosure. Care should be taken NOT to
mount possible heat sources near the module unless adequate ventilation is provided. The relative
humidity inside the control panel enclosure should not exceed 95%.
10.3 UNIT DIMENSIONS
Panel cutout 220mm x 160mm ( 8.7” x 6.3”)
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10.4 FRONT PANEL LAYOUT
10.5 REAR PANEL LAYOUT
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11 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Connections to the Module are via plug and sockets.
11.1 CONNECTION DETAILS
The following describes the connections and recommended cable sizes to the 7 plugs and sockets on the rear
of the Module. See rear panel layout FIG 6.
11.1.1 PLUG “A” 8 WAY
PIN No
1
CABLE SIZE
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
3
DESCRIPTION
DC Plant Supply Input
(Negative)
DC Plant Supply Input
(Positive)
Emergency Stop Input
4
5
6
7
8
Fuel relay Output
Start relay Output
Auxiliary Output relay 1
Auxiliary Output relay 2
Auxiliary Output relay 3
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
1.0mm² (18 AWG)
1.0mm (18 AWG)
1.0mm (18 AWG)
2
NOTES
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
(Recommended Maximum Fuse 21A)
2.5mm (13 AWG)
Plant Supply Positive. Also supplies fuel & start
outputs.
(Recommended Maximum Fuse 32A)
Plant Supply Positive from pin 3. 16 Amp rated.
Plant Supply Positive from pin 3. 16 Amp rated.
Plant Supply Positive. 5 Amp rated.
Plant Supply Positive. 5 Amp rated.
Plant Supply Positive. 5 Amp rated.
11.1.2 PLUG “B” 11 WAY
PIN No
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DESCRIPTION
Charge fail / excite
Auxiliary input 1
Auxiliary input 2
Auxiliary input 3
Auxiliary input 4
Auxiliary input 5
Not connected
Functional Earth
Magnetic pickup
Positive
Magnetic pickup
Negative
Not connected
CABLE SIZE
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
NOTES
Do not connect to ground (battery Negative)
Switch to Negative
Switch to Negative
Switch to Negative
Switch to Negative
Switch to Negative
Connect to a good clean earth point
Connect to Magnetic Pickup device
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
Connect to Magnetic Pickup device
-
NOTE:- Ensure magnetic pickup screen is connected to ground at one end only.
NOTE:- Terminal numbers 20-34 are not fitted to the 5110 controller
11.1.3 PLUG “F” 4 WAY
PIN No
35
36
37
38
DESCRIPTION
Generator L1 voltage monitoring
input
Generator L2 voltage monitoring
input
Generator L3 voltage monitoring
input
Generator Neutral input
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CABLE SIZE
1.0mm² (18 AWG)
1.0mm² (18 AWG)
1.0mm² (18 AWG)
1.0mm² (18 AWG)
NOTES
Connect to generator L1 output (AC)
(Recommend 2A fuse)
Connect to generator L2 output (AC)
(Recommend 2A fuse)
Connect to generator L3 output (AC)
(Recommend 2A fuse)
Connect to generator Neutral terminal
(AC)
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11.1.4 PLUG “G” 5 WAY
PIN No
39
DESCRIPTION
CT Secondary for L1
CABLE SIZE
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
40
CT Secondary for L2
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
41
CT Secondary for L3
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
42
CT secondary common
2.5mm² (13 AWG)
43
Not connected
NOTES
Connect to secondary of L1 monitoring
CT
Connect to secondary of L2 monitoring
CT
Connect to secondary of L3 monitoring
CT
Connect to secondary of all monitoring
CT’s
-
11.1.5 PLUG “H” 4 WAY
PIN No
44
45
46
47
DESCRIPTION
Oil Pressure Input
Coolant Temperature
Input
Not connected
Sender Common Return
CABLE SIZE
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
NOTES
Connect to Oil pressure sender
Connect to Coolant Temperature sender
0.5mm² (20 AWG)
Return feed for senders*.
NOTE*:- If using single terminal senders refer to connection diagram. If using earth return
type senders connect return terminals to pin 47 and also connect pin 47 to earth. This is detailed
in the Appendix section entitled “Sender wiring recommendations” elsewhere in this manual.
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11.2 CONNECTOR FUNCTION DETAILS
The following describes the functions of the 3 connectors on the rear of the module. See rear panel layout
FIG 5.
11.2.1 PLUG “A” 8 WAY
PIN
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
DESCRIPTION
DC Supply Negative. System DC negative input. (Battery Negative).
DC Supply Positive. System DC positive input. (Battery Positive).
Emergency Stop input. Internally linked to Starter and Fuel outputs. If this input is not connected
to positive the module will be locked out, and if the engine is running it will shutdown
immediately. The Positive Supply is also removed from Starter and Fuel outputs, therefore only a
single pole Emergency Shutdown button is required.
Fuel Relay output. Plant Supply Positive from pin 3. Used to control the fuel solenoid or engine
fuel control system.
Starter Relay output. Plant Supply Positive from pin 3. Used to control the Starter Motor.
Auxiliary Relay output 1. Plant Supply Positive. Configurable output, see section entitled “Front
Panel Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available.
Auxiliary Relay output 2. Plant Supply Positive. Configurable output, see section entitled “Front
Panel Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available.
Auxiliary Relay output 3. Plant Supply Positive. Configurable output, see section entitled “Front
Panel Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available.
11.2.2 PLUG “B” 11 WAY
PIN
No
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
DESCRIPTION
Charge Fail input / Excitation output. Supplies excitation to the Plant Battery Charging Alternator,
also input for the Charge Fail detection circuitry.
Auxiliary input 1. This is a negative switched configurable input, see Calibration Manual for
options available. It is possible to configure the input to be a normally closed signal or a normally
open signal.
Auxiliary input 2. This is a negative switched configurable input, see Calibration Manual for
options available. It is possible to configure the input to be a normally closed signal or a normally
open signal.
Auxiliary input 3. This is a negative switched configurable input, see section entitled “Front Panel
Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available. It is possible to configure the input
to be a normally closed signal or a normally open signal.
Auxiliary input 4. This is a negative switched configurable input, see section entitled “Front Panel
Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available. It is possible to configure the input
to be a normally closed signal or a normally open signal.
Auxiliary input 5. This is a negative switched configurable input, see section entitled “Front Panel
Configuration” elsewhere in this manual for options available. It is possible to configure the input
to be a normally closed signal or a normally open signal.
Not connected
Functional Earth - Ensure connection to a good clean earth point.
Magnetic Input Positive. An AC signal from the magnetic pickup Positive for speed sensing.
Magnetic Input Negative. An AC signal from the magnetic pickup –ve for speed sensing.
Not connected
NOTE:- Ensure magnetic pickup screen is connected to ground at one end only.
NOTE:- Terminal numbers 20-34 are not fitted to the 5110 controller
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11.2.3 PLUG “F” 4 WAY
PIN
No
35
36
37
38
DESCRIPTION
Generator L1 sensing input. Connect to alternator L1 output.
Generator L2 sensing input. Connect to alternator L2 output. If using single phase only do not
connect this terminal.
Generator L3 sensing input. Connect to alternator L3 output. If using single phase only do not
connect this terminal.
Generator N sensing input. Connect to alternator N output.
11.2.4 PLUG “G” 5 WAY
PIN No
39
40
41
42
43
DESCRIPTION
Generator L1 current transformer connection.
Generator L2 current transformer connection. If single phase is used do not connect this pin.
Generator L3 current transformer connection. If single phase is used do not connect this pin.
Generator current transformer common connection and CT earth connection.
Not used. Do not connect to this terminal.
11.2.5 PLUG “H” 4 WAY
PIN
No
44
45
46
47
DESCRIPTION
Oil Pressure sensing input. Connect to resistive type oil pressure sender. Refer to connection
diagram for details.
Coolant Temperature sensing input. Connect to resistive type coolant temperature sender. Refer
to connection diagram for details.
Not used. Do not connect to this terminal.
Sender Common connection. Return feed from sender units - refer to connection diagram for
details.
11.2.6 PURCHASING ADDITIONAL CONNECTOR PLUGS FROM DSE
If you require additional plugs from DSE, please contact our Sales department using the part numbers
below.
5110 Terminal
1-8
9-19
35-38
39-43
44-47
Connector
A
B
F
G
H
Plug description
BL08 8way 5.08mm spacing connector plug
BL11 11way 5.08mm spacing connector plug
BL04 4way 10.16mm spacing connector plug
BL05 5way 5.08mm spacing connector plug
BL04 4way 5.08mm spacing connector plug
DSE Part number
007-125
007-135
007-003
007-329
007-100
NOTE:- Connectors C, D & E are not fitted to the 5110 remote start module.
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12 SPECIFICATION
DC Supply
Cranking Dropouts
Max. Operating Current
(all inputs & outputs active except
fuel / start)
Max. Standby Current
(all inputs & outputs active except
fuel / start)
Alternator Input Range
Single phase 2 wire system
3Phase 4Wire System
Alternator Input Frequency
Magnetic Input Range (if fitted)
Magnetic Input Frequency
Start Relay Output
Fuel Relay Output
Auxiliary Relay Outputs
Dimensions
Panel cut-out
Charge Fail / Excitation Range
Operating Temperature Range
C.T. Burden
C.T. Secondary
C.T. Class
Electromagnetic Compatibility
Electrical Safety
Cold Temperature
Hot Temperature
Humidity
Vibration
Shock
8.0 V to 35 V Continuous.
Able to survive 0 V for 50mS, providing supply was at least 10 V before
dropout and supply recovers to 5V. This is achieved without the need for
internal batteries.
320mA at 12V, 215mA at 24V
175mA at 12V, 95mA at 24V
15 V AC - 300 V AC (ph-N) (+20%)
15 V AC - 300 V AC (ph-N) (+20%)
50Hz - 60 Hz at rated engine speed
+/- 0.5 V to 70 V Peak
10,000 Hz (max) at rated engine speed.
16 Amp DC at supply voltage.
16 Amp DC at supply voltage.
5 Amp DC at supply voltage.
240mm x 172mm x 57mm (9.5” x 6.8” x 2.3”)
220mm x 160mm ( 8.7” x 6.3”) Maximum panel thickness 8mm (0.3”)
0 V to 35 V
-30 to +70°C
2.5VA (see note)
5A
Class 1 or better recommended
BS EN 61000-6-2 EMC Generic Emission Standard (Industrial)
BS EN 61000-6-4 EMC Generic Immunity Standard (Industrial)
BS EN 60950 Safety of I.T. equipment, including electrical business
equipment.
BS EN 60068-2-1 to -30 oC
BS EN 60068-2-2 to +70oC
BS60068-2-38 to 93% RH @ 40°C for 48 Hours
BS EN60068-2-6
10 sweeps at 1 octave/minute in each of 3 major axes.
5Hz to 8Hz @ +/-7.5mm constant displacement
8Hz to 500Hz @ 2gn constant acceleration
BS EN 2011-2-1
3 Half sine shocks in each of 3 major axes
15gn amplitude, 11mS duration
NOTE:- Although the 5110’s burden on the measurement C.T.’s is 2.5VA, the required C.T.
rating will need to be higher depending upon the type and length of cabling used. For further
details see the Appendix section entitled "Choosing the correct C.T.’s” elsewhere in this manual.
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13 COMMISSIONING
13.1.1 PRE-COMMISSIONING
Before the system is started, it is recommended that the following checks are made:7.1. The unit is adequately cooled and all the wiring to the module is of a standard and rating compatible
with the system.
7.2. The unit DC supply is fused and connected to the battery and that it is of the correct polarity.
7.3. The Emergency Stop input is wired to an external normally closed switch connected to DC positive.
NOTE:- If Emergency Stop feature is not required link this input to the DC Positive. The
module will not operate unless either the Emergency Stop is fitted correctly OR Pin 3 is
connected to DC positive (Positive)
7.4. To check the start cycle operation take appropriate measures to prevent the engine from starting
(disable the operation of the fuel solenoid). After a visual inspection to ensure it is safe to proceed,
connect the battery supply. Select “MANUAL” and press START (I) the unit start sequence will
commence.
7.5. The starter will engage and operate for the pre-set crank period. After the starter motor has
attempted to start the engine for the pre-set number of attempts the LCD will display its icon
indicating; ‘Failed to start’
. Select the STOP/RESET position to reset the unit.
7.6. Restore the engine to operational status (reconnect the fuel solenoid), again select “MANUAL” and
press START(I) this time the engine should start and the starter motor should disengage
automatically. If not then check that the engine is fully operational (fuel available, etc.) and that the
fuel solenoid is operating. The engine should now run up to operating speed. If not and an alarm is
present, check the alarm condition for validity, then check input wiring. The engine should continue
to run for an indefinite period. It will be possible at this time to view the engine and alternator
parameters - refer to the ‘Description of Controls’ section of this manual.
7.7. Select “AUTO” on the front panel, the engine will run for the pre-set cooling down period, then stop.
The generator should stay in the standby mode. If not check that there is not a signal present on the
Remote start input.
7.8. Initiate an automatic start by supplying the remote start signal. The start sequence will commence
and the engine will run up to operational speed. Once the generator is available a load transfer will
take place, the Generator will accept the load. If not, check the wiring to the Generator Contactor
Coil (if used). Check the Warming timer has timed out.
7.9. Remove the remote start signal, the return sequence will start. After the pre-set time period, the
load will be removed from the generator. The generator will then run for the pre-set cooling down
period, then shutdown into it’s standby mode.
7.10. If despite repeated checking of the connections between the 5110 and the customer’s system,
satisfactory operation cannot be achieved, then the customer is requested to contact the factory for
further advice on:INTERNATIONAL TEL: +44 (0) 1723 890099
INTERNATIONAL FAX: +44 (0) 1723 893303
E-mail: Support@Deepseaplc.com
Website : www.deepseaplc.com
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14 TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
15 FAULT FINDING
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SYMPTOM
Unit is inoperative
Unit shuts down
Unit locks out on Emergency Stop
Intermittent Magnetic Pick-up
sensor fault
Low oil Pressure fault operates
after engine has fired
High engine temperature fault
operates after engine has fired.
Shutdown fault operates
Warning fault operates
Fail to Start is activated after preset number of attempts to start
Continuous starting of generator
when in AUTO
Generator fails to start on receipt
of Remote Start signal.
Pre-heat inoperative
Starter motor inoperative
Engine runs but generator will not
take load
Incorrect reading on Engine
gauges
POSSIBLE REMEDY
Check the battery and wiring to the unit. Check the DC supply. Check the
DC fuse.
Check DC supply voltage is not above 35 Volts or below 9 Volts
Check the operating temperature is not above 70 °C. Check the DC fuse.
If an Emergency Stop Switch is not fitted, ensure that a positive is
connected to the Emergency Stop input. Check emergency stop switch is
functioning correctly. Check Wiring is not open circuit.
Ensure that Magnetic pick-up screen is only connected at one end, if
connected at both ends, this enables the screen to act as an aerial and will
pick up random voltages.
Check engine oil pressure. Check oil pressure switch/sender and wiring.
Check configured polarity (if applicable) is correct (i.e. Normally Open or
Normally Closed) or that sender is compatible with the 5110 Module and is
correctly configured.
Check engine temperature. Check switch/sender and wiring. Check
configured polarity (if applicable) is correct (i.e. Normally Open or Normally
Closed) or that sender is compatible with the 5110 Module.
Check relevant switch and wiring of fault indicated on LCD display. Check
configuration of input.
Check relevant switch and wiring of fault indicated on LCD display. Check
configuration of input.
Check wiring of fuel solenoid. Check fuel. Check battery supply. Check
battery supply is present on the Fuel output of the module. Check the speed
sensing signal is present on the 5110 inputs. Refer to engine manual.
Check that there is no signal present on the “Remote Start” input. Check
configured polarity is correct.
Check Start Delay timer has timed out. If remote start fault, check signal is
on “Remote Start” input. Confirm input is configured to be used as “Remote
Start”.
Check wiring to engine heater plugs. Check battery supply. Check battery
supply is present on the Pre-heat output of module. Check pre-heat has
been selected in your configuration.
Check wiring to starter solenoid. Check battery supply. Check battery
supply is present on the Starter output of module. Ensure that the
Emergency Stop input is at Positive.
Check Warm up timer has timed out. Ensure generator load inhibit signal is
not present on the module inputs.
Check engine is operating correctly. Check sender and wiring paying
particular attention to the wiring to terminal 47 (refer to appendix). Check
that sender is compatible with the 5110 Module and is correctly configured.
NOTE:- The above fault finding is provided as a guide check-list only. As it is possible for
the module to be configured to provide a wide range of different features always refer to the
source of your module configuration if in doubt.
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16 FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS
Modules are shipped from the factory with parameters set to the following values. These can be user
adjusted via the front panel configuration editor. For further details on adjustment via the front panel
editor, see the section entitled “Front panel configuration” elsewhere within this manual.
Parameter
0 - Start delay
1 - Preheat
2 - Crank attempt
3 - Crank rest
4 - Safety delay
5 - Warming up
6 - Return delay
7 - Cooling run
8 - E.T.S. solenoid hold
9 -Sensor fail delay
10 – Fail to Stop Delay
11 - Low Oil Pressure
12 - High Temperature
13 - Under Speed
14 - Over Speed
15 - Underfrequency
16 - Overfrequency
17 - Charge Alt Failure
18 - Flywheel teeth
19 - CT Primary
20 - Alternator poles
21 - Oil Pressure transducer
22 - Coolant temp transducer
23 - Fast loading enabled
24 - AC system
25 - Oil pressure display units
26 - Output 1
27 - Output 2
28 - Output 3
29 - LCD 1
30 - LCD 2
31 - LCD 3
32 - LCD 4
33 - Input 1
34 - Input 2
35 - Input 3
36 - Input 4
37 - Input 5
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5s
0s
10s
10s
8s
0s
30s
60s
0s
2s
60s
15PSI
95°C
1250RPM
1750RPM
40Hz
57Hz
8V DC
0 (magnetic pickup disabled)
500A
4
3 - VDO 0-10bar
2 - VDO 0-120°C
0 - No
3 - 3 phase 4 wire
0 - Bar/PSI
1 - Preheat mode 0
17 - Common alarm
3 - Close generator
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
8 - Remote Start, close to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
2 - Warning, Immediate, close to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
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17 ICONS AND LCD IDENTIFICATION
17.1 PUSH BUTTONS
Display
Description
Display
Description
Stop/Reset
Display
Description
Auto mode
Manual mode
Start (when in
manual mode)
I
Scroll
17.2 STATUS / MEASUREMENT UNITS
Display
Description
Display
Description
Display
Description
L1
L1- N
Phase
Phase
Phase - Neutral
L3
L3- N
Phase
Phase - Neutral
L2
L2- N
Phase -Neutral
L1- L2
Phase - Phase
L2- L3
Phase - Phase
L3- L1
Phase - Phase
BAR
Pressure
KPa Oil Pressure
Units
PSI
Pressure
V
Voltage
o
F
Temperature
Hz
Frequency
A
Amperes
o
C
Temperature
RPM
Speed
¤
HPa
Parameter being
adjusted
AC
Hours Run
DC
17.3 ALARM INDICATIONS
Display
Description
Display
Warning Alarm
Emergency Stop
!
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Description
Shutdown Alarm
Electrical Trip
Low Oil Pressure
Over-speed
High Coolant
Temperature
Fail to start (Overcrank)
Charge Fail
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Description
Under-speed
Auxiliary
Indication
Auxiliary Alarm
(Warning or Shutdown)
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18 APPENDIX
18.1 ALTERNATIVE WIRING TOPOLOGIES
The 5110 series controllers can support different wiring topologies (AC systems) to suit the systems in
use worldwide. The ‘Typical connection diagram’ details how to connect the module when used in a 3
phase, 4 wire system (3 phase star connected alternators). Changes to this typical wiring diagram for
other AC systems are detailed below.
NOTE:- The factory default configuration for the 5110 module is for use with the 3 phase, 4
wire AC system. If another system is to be used, the controller must be reconfigured using the
front panel editor detailed elsewhere within this manual.
18.1.1 1 PHASE, 2 WIRE
Single phase alternator with neutral conductor.
18.1.2 3 PHASE, 3 WIRE
Three phase alternator DELTA.
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18.1.3 2 PHASE, 3 WIRE
Two measured phases with Neutral as a centre tap between the two live phases.
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18.2 SENDER WIRING RECOMMENDATIONS
18.2.1 EARTH RETURN SENDERS
Connection Name
Terminal Number
Oil pressure Sender
44
Coolant temperature
sender
45
Sender common
47
NOTE:- . It is important that terminal 47 (sender common) is soundly connected to an earth
point on the ENGINE BLOCK, not within the control panel, and must be a sound electrical
connection to the sender bodies.
NOTE:- . If you use PTFE insulating tape on the sender thread when using earth return
senders, ensure you do not insulate the entire thread as this will prevent the sender body from
being earthed via the engine block.
18.2.2 INSULATED RETURN SENDERS
Connection Name
Terminal Number
Oil pressure Sender
44
Coolant temperature
sender
45
Sender common
47
NOTE:- . It is important that terminal 47 (sender common) is soundly connected to an earth
point on the ENGINE BLOCK, not within the control panel .
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18.3 CHOOSING THE CORRECT C.T.S
The VA burden of the 5110 on the measurement CTs (Current transformers) is 2.5VA. However depending upon the
type and length of cabling between the CTs and the modules, CTs with a greater VA rating than 2.5VA are required.
DETAILS
The distance between the CTs and the
measuring module should be estimated
and cross-referenced against the chart
opposite to find the VA burden of the cable
itself.
The star point (common) of the CTs MUST
be connected to system ground (earth) as
close as possible to the CTs. This
minimises the length of cable used to
connect the CTs to the DSE module.
Example.
If 1.5mm² cable is used and the distance
from the CT to the measuring module is
20m, then the burden of the cable alone is
approximately 7.5VA. As the burden of the
DSE controller is 2.5VA, then a CT with a
rating of at least 7.5+2.5V = 10VA must be
used.
If 2.5mm² cable were used over the same
distance of 20m, then the burden of the
cable on the CT would be approximately
4VA. CT’s required in this instance is at
least 6.5VA (4+2.5).
NOTE:- Details for 4mm² cable are shown for reference only. The connector on the DSE
modules are only suitable for cables up to 2.5mm².
NOTE:- C.T.’s with 5A secondary windings must be used with the 5110 module. Ratios from
10A : 5A up to 6000A : 5A can be used.
As the C.T.’s are used purely for instrumentation purposes (not protection) within the 5110
module, protection class C.T.’s are not required. To match the specification of the 5110 module,
it is recommended that C.T.’s of Class 0.5 be used to give the best possible measurement
accuracy.
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18.4 INPUT EXPANSION
It is possible to increase the number of monitored inputs available by utilising a DSE 54x Protection
Expansion/Annunciator. Please refer to our Technical department for details.
18.5 STANDBY GENERATING SET?
The 5110 needs to be given a remote start signal to initiate an engine start. This can be supplied by a
Mains/Utility monitoring module to make the generating set start up automatically should the mains/utility
supply fail. The 5110 module may be used in conjunction with DSE Automatic transfer switch controllers
such as the model 500 (pictured below), 705 or 530. These not only monitor the mains and issue a start
command to the 5110 they also provide control of the contactors or other changeover devices. Please
refer to our Technical department for details.
Deep Sea
Electronics plc
Model 500
18.6 FULLY INTEGRATED AUTO MAINS FAILURE
The 5110 module can easily be replaced with a 5220 automatic mains failure controller. It has exactly the
same mounting details and uses exactly the same rear connectors. Upgrading provides integral mains
(utility) monitoring and changeover functions in the same controller. Please refer to our website for details
(http://www.deepseaplc.com)
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18.7 FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION (ORIGINAL 5110)
In April 2005, the 5110 controller was updated to include PC configuration. At this time, a few minor
changes to the front panel configuration were also made.
This section details the configuration editor of the “Original” 5110 module. To identify the “original” and
“new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 from V2
onwards elsewhere in this manual.
NOTE:- PC Configuration is not possible on the “original” 5110 controller. All options must
be edited using the Front Panel Configuration Editor.
ACCESSING THE CONFIGURATION EDITOR
TIMERS & ANALOGUE SETTINGS
Operate the
Configuration
mode switch into
the “configure”
position. (This
recessed switch is
located on the
rear of the module
in the top right
corner when
viewing the
module from the
back.)
Parameter
0 - Start delay
1 - Preheat
2 - Crank attempt
3 - Crank rest
4 - Safety delay
5 - Warming up
6 - Return delay
7 - Cooling run
8 - E.T.S. solenoid hold
9 - Low Oil Pressure
10 - High Temperature
11 - Under Speed
12 - Over Speed
13 – Underfrequency
14 - Overfrequency
15 - Charge Alt Failure
16 - Flywheel teeth
17 - CT Primary
The LED indicator beside the AUTO 9 button will flash to show
that the module is now in configuration mode. While in
configuration mode, all normal operation is suspended.
The first configurable parameter is
displayed. In this example, the
Start delay timer (parameter 0). Is
currently set to 5s.
NOTE:- The module must be in STOP mode with the
engine at rest in order to enter the configuration editor.
Default
5s
0s
10s
10s
8s
0s
30s
60s
0s
15PSI
95°C
1250RPM
1750RPM
40Hz
57Hz
8V DC
0
500A
Max
60s
60s
60s
60s
60s
60s
60m
60m
60s
150PSI
150°C
3600RPM
5000RPM
60Hz
72Hz
25V DC
300
6000A
EDITING AN ANALOGUE VALUE
NOTE:- Setting a timer to zero (0) will disable it. Timer settings
increment from 0 to 60s in steps of 1s and from 1 minute to the
maximum value in steps of 30 seconds (0.5 minutes) (where
applicable)
Enter the configuration editor as described above.
Press the + / – buttons to select the parameter you wish to
change using the following lists as a reference.
NOTE:- Setting Flywheel teeth to zero (0) will disable magnetic
pickup speed sensing. In this instance, engine speed is derived from
the alternator output frequency.
Press the 9 button to enter adjust mode.The
icons in the
module display will flash. Pressing the + or – buttons while the
NOTE:- CT values increment from 10-100 in steps of 10A, and
from 100 to 6000A in steps of 50A. CT secondary must be 5A.
icons are flashing will change the selected parameter to the
desired value.
LIST ITEM SETTINGS
Press the 9 button to ‘save’ the value. The
flashing to confirm that it has been saved.
icons will stop
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
18 - Alternator poles
19 - Oil Pressure
transducer
The parameter being displayed in
this example is the cooling timer
(parameter 7). It’s current value is
2.5mins (2mins 30secs).
EDITING A ‘LIST’ VALUE
Some configuration parameters have a list of options to select
from. These include input and output settings.
This example shows the setting
for oil pressure transducer
(parameter 19). It’s current setting
is 3 (‘VDO 0-10bar’ from the list
shown opposite).
NOTE:- When in adjust mode (indicated by the flashing
icons in the module display), pressing the O (stop mode) button
will cancel any changes made to the current parameter,
reverting to the last ‘saved’ value. This also exits adjust mode.
NOTE:- To exit the front panel configuration editor at any
time, move the Configuration mode switch back into the
“normal” position. Ensure you save any changes you have
made by pressing the 9 button first if necessary.
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Type
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Warning
Value
Value
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20 - Coolant temp
transducer
21 - Fast loading
enabled
22 - AC system
23 - Oil pressure
display units
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Selections
0,2,4,6,8
0 - Switch close to activate
1 - Switch open to activate
2 - VDO 0-5bar
3 - VDO 0-10bar
4 - Datcon 0-5bar
5 - Datcon 0-10bar
0 - Switch close to activate
1 - Switch open to activate
2 - VDO 0-120°C
3 - Datcon High
0 - No
1 - Yes
1 - 1 phase 2 wire
3 - 3 phases 4 wires
0 - Bar/PSI
1 - kPa
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CONFIGURABLE OUTPUTS
LCD INDICATORS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
24 - Output 1
25 - Output 2
26 - Output 3
Selection
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
Parameter
27 - LCD 1
28 - LCD 2
Selection
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “ORIGINAL” 5110 only ! For details of the “NEW”
5110 see the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “Original” 5110 module. To identify the
“original” and “new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110
elsewhere in this manual.
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LCD INDICATORS (CONTINUED)
CONFIGURABLE INPUTS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
29 - LCD 3
30 - LCD 4
Selection
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
Parameter
31 - Input 1
32 - Input 2
33 - Input 3
34 - Input 4
35 - Input 5
Selection
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 -Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Remote Start, close to activate
9 - Remote Start, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Electrical trip, close to activate
9 - Electrical trip, open to activate
0 - Warning, Delayed, close to activate
1 - Warning, Delayed, open to activate
2 - Warning, Immediate, close to activate
3 - Warning, Immediate, open to activate
4 - Shutdown, Delayed, close to activate
5 - Shutdown, Delayed, open to activate
6 - Shutdown, Immediate, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Lamp test, close to activate
9 - Lamp test, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
NOTE:- The ‘preheat modes’ selectable for configurable outputs and LCD indicators perform the following actions
:
Preheat mode 0 - Preheat during preheat timer, ceasing at end of preheat timer.
Preheat mode 1 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until engine stops cranking.
Preheat mode 2 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the safety delay timer has expired.
Preheat mode 3 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the warming timer has expired.
In addition, in all preheat modes, preheat takes place during the crank rest timer between crank cycles.
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “ORIGINAL” 5110 only ! For details of the “NEW” 5110 see
the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “Original” 5110 module. To identify the “original”
and “new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this
manual.
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18.8 FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION MK2 5110 V3
ACCESSING THE CONFIGURATION EDITOR
Press the Stop/Reset
simultaneously.
•
•
and Info
buttons
The LED beside the AUTO button will
flash continuously to indicate that
configuration mode has been entered.
The first configuration
setting is displayed:
From the configuration table, this example is
displaying Start Delay (parameter 0). It is currently
set to 5 seconds.
(Factory default settings are shown in the
configuration table in bold italic text)
EDITING A PARAMETER
•
•
Enter the editor as described above.
Press + / - to scroll through the parameters to
the one you want to change.
•
Press 9 to enter edit
symbol
mode. The
will flash on the display
to indicate that edit
mode has been entered.
Press + / - to change the parameter to the
desired value.
Press 9 to save the value and exit edit mode for
this parameter.
The
symbol will be removed from the display
to indicate that edit mode has been exited.
To select another value to edit, press the + / buttons. Continuing to press the + and – buttons
will cycle through the adjustable parameters as
shown in the following lists.
•
•
•
•
TIMERS & ANALOGUE SETTINGS
Parameter
0 - Start delay
1 - Preheat
2 - Crank attempt
3 - Crank rest
4 - Safety delay
5 - Warming up
6 - Return delay
7 - Cooling run
8 - E.T.S. solenoid hold
9 - Sensor fail delay
10 - Fail to Stop Delay
11 - Low Oil Pressure
12 - High Temperature
13 - Under Speed
14 - Over Speed
15 - Underfrequency
16 - Overfrequency
17 - Charge Alt Failure
18 - Flywheel teeth
19 - CT Primary
Type
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Timer
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Trip
Warning
Value
Value
Parameter
20 - Alternator poles
21 – Fast loading enabled
22 - AC system
23 - Oil pressure display units
Default
5s
0s
10s
10s
8s
0s
30s
60s
0s
2s
60s
15PSI
95°C
1250RPM
1750RPM
40Hz
57Hz
8V DC
0
500A
Max
60s
60s
60s
60s
60s
60m
60m
60m
60s
5s
60s
150PSI
150°C
3600RPM
5000RPM
60Hz
72Hz
25V DC
300
6000A
Selections
0,2,4,6,8
0,1
0 - 3 phases 4 wire
1 - Single phase 2 wire
2 - 3 phases 3 wire
3 - 2 phases 3 wires
0 - Bar/PSI
1 - kPa
NOTE:- Setting a timer to zero (0) will disable it. Timer settings increment from 0 to 60s in steps of 1s and from 1
minute to the maximum value in steps of 30 seconds (0.5 minutes) (where applicable)
NOTE:- Setting Flywheel teeth to zero (0) will disable magnetic pickup speed sensing. In this instance, engine speed
is derived from the alternator output frequency.
NOTE:- CT values increment from 10-100 in steps of 10A, and from 100 to 6000A in steps of 50A. CT secondary must
be 5A.
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “new” V3 5110 only ! For details of the “new”(V4) 5110 and
“original” 5110 see the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “V3” 5110 module. To identify the “original” and “new” (V2
onwards) controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this manual.
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CONFIGURABLE OUTPUTS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
24 – Output 1
Parameter Selection
26 – Output 3
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
25 – Output 2
Selection
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 – Close Generator
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
NOTE:- The ‘preheat modes’ selectable for configurable outputs and LCD indicators perform the following actions :
Preheat mode 0 - Preheat during preheat timer, ceasing at end of preheat timer.
Preheat mode 1 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until engine stops cranking.
Preheat mode 2 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the safety delay timer has expired.
Preheat mode 3 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the warming timer has expired.
In addition, in all preheat modes, preheat takes place during the crank rest timer between crank cycles.
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “new” V3 5110 only ! For details of the “new”(V4) 5110 and
“original” 5110 see the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “Original” 5110 module. To identify the “original” and
“new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this manual.
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LCD INDICATORS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter Selection
Parameter
29 - LCD 3
27 - LCD 1 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
28 - LCD 2 0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
This page 16 - Warning alarm
30 - LCD 4
Selection
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
0 - Unused
1 - Preheat mode 0
2 - Air flap
3 - Load transfer
4 - Energise to stop
5 - Engine running
6 - Shutdown alarm
7 - System in auto
8 - Auxiliary input 1 active
9 - Auxiliary input 2 active
10 - Auxiliary input 3 active
11 - Auxiliary input 4 active
12 - Auxiliary input 5 active
13 - Preheat mode 1
14 - Preheat mode 2
15 - Preheat mode 3
16 - Warning alarm
17 - Common alarm
17 - Common alarm
NOTE:- The ‘preheat modes’ selectable for configurable outputs and LCD indicators perform the following actions :
Preheat mode 0 - Preheat during preheat timer, ceasing at end of preheat timer.
Preheat mode 1 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until engine stops cranking.
Preheat mode 2 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the safety delay timer has expired.
Preheat mode 3 - Preheat during preheat timer and continue until the warming timer has expired.
In addition, in all preheat modes, preheat takes place during the crank rest timer between crank cycles.
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “new” V3 5110 only ! For details of the “new”(V4) 5110 and
“original” 5110 see the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “new” 5110 module. To identify the “original” and “new”
controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this manual.
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CONFIGURABLE INPUTS
Factory default settings are in bold italicised text.
Parameter
31 – Input 1
32 – Input 2
33 – Input 3
34 – Input 4
35 - Input 5
Selection
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 -Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Remote Start, close to activate
9 - Remote Start, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Electrical trip, close to activate
9 - Electrical trip, open to activate
0 - Warning, Delayed, close to activate
1 - Warning, Delayed, open to activate
2 - Warning, Immediate, close to activate
3 - Warning, Immediate, open to activate
4 - Shutdown, Delayed, close to activate
5 - Shutdown, Delayed, open to activate
6 - Shutdown, Immediate, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Lamp test, close to activate
9 - Lamp test, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
0 - Delayed, Warning, close to activate
1 - Delayed, Warning, open to activate
2 - Immediate, Warning, close to activate
3 - Immediate, Warning, open to activate
4 - Delayed, Shutdown, close to activate
5 - Delayed, Shutdown, open to activate
6 - Immediate, Shutdown, close to activate
7 - Immediate, Shutdown, open to activate
8 - Oil pressure switch, Shutdown, open for low oil pressure
9 - Oil pressure switch, Shutdown, close for low oil pressure
NOTE:- This page contains configuration details for the “new” V3 5110 only ! For details of the “new”(V4) 5110 and
“original” 5110 see the Front Panel configuration section elsewhere in this manual
NOTE:- This section details the configuration editor of the “new” 5110 module. To identify the “original” and
“new” controllers, See the section entitled Identification of “original” 5110 and “new” 5110 elsewhere in this manual.
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