Delta Energy Systems SOLIVIA Gateway M1 G2 Installation manual

SOLIVIA Gateway M1 G2
Operation and installation manual
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Table of Contents
1 About this Manual
1.1 Purpose of this Manual
1.2 Warnings and Symbols
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2 Intended Use
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3 General Safety Instructions
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4 Scope of Delivery
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5Planning
5.1 Items / Tools Required for Installation
5.2 Further Requirements
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7 Installation Procedure
7.1Registration
7.2Mounting
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Mounting on a DIN Rail
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Mounting Directly to the Wall
7.3 RS485 Connection
7.4 Ethernet Connection
7.5 Connection of the Ripple Control Receivers
7.6 Power Connection
7.7 Installation Feedback
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9 Troubleshooting RS485 / Ethernet Communication
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10Configuration through Web Server
10.1 Access the Configuration Web Server
10.2 First Log in
10.3 Network Settings
10.4 Connection Settings
10.4.1 RS485 Bus Communication
10.4.1.1 Wireless RS485 Modem
10.4.2 Delta Database Connection
10.4.3 Force RS485 Bus Scan
10.4.3.1 List of Connected SOLIVIA Solar Inverters 10.4.4 Force Gateway Reset
10.4.5 Restart Gateway
10.5 Digital Inputs
10.5.1 Power Management
10.5.2 Power Factor Control
10.6 Power Balancing
10.6.1Configuration
10.6.1.1 Feature Activation
10.6.1.2 Power Balancing Requested from the Public Grid Supplier
10.6.1.3 Grid Assignment
10.6.2Balancing
10.7 Inverter Information
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12Reset Button
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13Product Specification
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14Certificates
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About this Manual
Congratulations on the purchase of the SOLIVIA Gateway M1 G2.
These directions will help you become familiar with this product. Please observe the
safety regulations of the individual countries. Careful handling of your product will contribute to its service life durability and reliability.
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Purpose of this Manual
This manual is part of the product and is only valid for the SOLIVIA Gateway M1 G2.
Keep this manual in a safe place.
Read this manual carefully and follow the instructions given in this manual. This manual
contains important information for installing and operating the gateway.
Observe and follow the information for safe use (please refer to Chapter 3).
Both the installer and the operator must have access to this manual and must be familiar with the safety instructions.
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Warnings and Symbols
Here, you will find explanations for the warnings and symbols used in this
manual:
danger
Indicates a hazardous situation. If not prevented, an
accident will result in death or serious injury to humans.
warning
Indicates a hazardous situation. If not prevented, an accident could result in death or serious injury to humans.
Caution
Indicates a hazardous situation. If not prevented, an accident could result in moderate or minor injury to humans.
NOTICE
Indicates a hazardous situation, that could result in property damage.
This symbol warns of the dangers of electric shock
due to high electrical voltage.
This symbol warns against a general danger.
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In order to avoid damage to property or personal injury,
only qualified, trained electricians may work on the equipment. The qualified electrician must familiarise himself/
herself with this manual.
Do not dispose of electrical appliances as unsorted
municipal waste, use separate collection facilities.
Contact your local government for information regarding
the collection systems available. If electrical appliances
are disposed of in landfills or dumps, hazardous substances can leak into the groundwater and get into the
food chain, damaging your health and well-being. When
replacing old appliances with new once, the retailer is
legally obligated to take back your old appliance for disposal at least for free of charge.
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Intended Use
The SOLIVIA gateway is the interface between your SOLIVIA inverter and the SOLIVIA
Monitor web portal. It transmits all relevant data from your SOLIVIA inverter (for example the supplied AC energy of the day, the actual AC power, some error bytes etc.) to
the SOLIVIA Monitor web portal. It allows you continuous monitoring of your PV system
from anywhere that you have internet access.
The SOLIVIA gateway must be used indoors with IP20 environmental conditions.
The SOLIVIA gateway must only be operated according to its intended use.
3General Safety Instructions
Please observe the safety regulations of the individual countries. Careful handling of
your product will contribute to its service life durability and reliability. These are essential pre-requisites for maximum yield from your product.
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Inappropriate handling can lead to physical injury and material damage!
Do not remove warning labels that have been attached to the SOLIVIA gateway by the manufacturer.
Observe all points in this installation and operation manual!
Repair work on the device may be carried out by the manufacturer only.
For a safe and normal operation of the SOLIVIA gateway, it is absolutely necessary that the gateway is installed and operated according to this manual (see IEC 62109-5.3.3).
Delta Energy Systems is not responsible for damage caused by failure to observe the operation and installation instructions in this manual.
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Scope of Delivery
SOLIVIA Gateway M1 G2
AC power plug (3 adapters for usage in different countries)
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5Planning
5.1
Items / Tools Required for Installation
Following items and tools are required for installation but are not included to the
SOLIVIA gateway box. Please make sure to have them available before starting installation.
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1 standard twisted pair Ethernet cable
NOTICE
The Ethernet cable should meet or exceed the standard CAT5 and should not exceed
a length of 100 m. These standard twisted pair Ethernet cable can be purchased for
your installation at many electronics and office supply retailers. The gateway requires
a shielded cable STP, FTP, S/FTP or S/STP.
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1 RS485 communication interface cable
NOTICE
The RS485 cable should meet the protection class IP65. We recommend using the
RS485 cable from Harting (Part Number: 09 45 145 1560). Cable lengths should not
exceed 1200 m if Baud rate is 19200 (default value). The required cable quality is the
same as for the Ethernet connection: at least shielded (STP, FTP, S/FTP or S/STP)
CAT5 cable or better.
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5.2
2 screws are required to mount the gateway directly to the wall:
»» Nominal diameter: 4 mm
»» Maximum head diameter: 9 mm
»» Maximum height of head: 3 mm
Screwdriver (if gateway should be mounted to the wall); size of the screwdriver depends on used screws
Further Requirements
NOTICE
The SOLIVIA gateway must be installed only indoors according to protection class
IP20.
If more than one SOLIVIA solar inverter will be connected in a chain, ensure that each inverter has a unique ID assigned in the solar inverter user interface.
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Please check the SOLIVIA solar inverter manual for instructions on how to select the inverter ID.
The gateway must have an AC power outlet within 2 meters of the gateway.
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NOTICE
Please make sure, that DHCP is activated at your router, so that the IP address of
your gateway is automatically found. If DHCP is disabled at your router the gateway
uses the default IP configuration. For further information, please refer to Chapter 10.3
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Connector Positions
Status LED
STATUS
GW
RESET
RS485
CONNECTOR NAME
RESET
RS485
EXT. CONTROL
LAN
INPUT 5V
EXT. CONTROL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
LAN
INPUT
5V
DESCRIPTION
For detailed information, please refer to Chapter 7.8
Connection of your SOLIVIA inverter with the
SOLIVIA gateway.
Ripple control receivers control the power management (power
limitation) and the power factor (cos ϕ).
Connection of your SOLIVIA gateway with an internet connected
network point.
Gateway power supply connector.
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Installation Procedure
7.1Registration
First register for a SOLIVIA Monitor user account on the web at: http://monitoring.solarinverter.com. After registering you will receive a confirmation email including a link to
activate your user account. After the activation of your user account go to
http://monitoring.solar-inverter.com and login to setup your PV installation at the monitoring portal (only the plant and the gateway are needed, the inverter will be created
automatically). Complete the PV installation setup before installing the monitoring hardware. In this way, you can go to the web portal after the hardware installation and verify
everything is working correctly.
NOTICE
At the install site, verify the internet connection is active by connecting a laptop to the
internet connected network point and pointing a web browser to www.solar-inverter.
com.
7.2Mounting
Mount the SOLIVIA gateway with the appropriate AC power location specified in Chapter 5.2. You have either the possibility to mount the SOLIVIA gateway on a DIN rail or
directly to the wall.
7.2.1 Mounting on a DIN Rail
The gateway can be mounted on the following DIN Rails:
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DIN Rail according to EN60715 TH35-15
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DIN Rail according to EN60715 TH35-7.5
The gateway should be installed horizontally with connectors on the bottom.
To mount, snap the gateway on the DIN rail as shown in Figure 1:
1. Pull the gateway's DIN rail latch OUT.
2. Tilt the unit slightly upwards, hook the top end onto the DIN rail and push down-
wards until stopped.
3. Position the bottom front end against the DIN rail until it has snapped onto the DIN rail.
4. Push the gateway's DIN rail latch IN to lock.
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Figure 1: Mounting the gateway2 on a DIN rail
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To dismount, pull the gateway's DIN rail latch OUT. Then, tilt the bottom part of the unit
out, push the unit up and pull out from the DIN rail.
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7.2.2 Mounting Directly to the Wall
Mount the gateway with appropriate screws to the wall
Use the 2 screws specified in Chapter 5.1 to mount the gateway with the DIN Rail to the
wall. Center-to-center distance between the two boreholes is 70 mm.
70 mm
Figure 2: Mounting the gateway directly to the wall
7.3RS485 Connection
Connect a standard CAT cable between the RS485 connector on the SOLIVIA gateway
and the RS485 connector on the SOLIVIA solar inverter. See step 1 in figure 4 below.
7.4
Ethernet Connection
Connect an Ethernet network cable between the SOLIVIA gateway and the internet
connected network point. See step 2 in figure 4.
7.5 Connection of the Ripple Control Receivers
You are able to connect the digital inputs to a given function. This concerns the control
of the power the inverter feeds to the grid (power management) and of the power factor
(reactive power control).
If your local public grid supplier requires a remote power derating capability, this can
be implemented by using a ripple control receiver. Please connect the ripple control receiver as shown in figure 3. After the configuration as shown in Chapters 10.5
and 10.6 the public grid supplier is capable to remotely limit the maximum power the
SOLIVIA solar inverters provide to the public grid.
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The ripple control receiver that controls the power management (power limitation) has
to be connected to the inputs 1 to 4. The receiver that controls the power factor (cos
phi) has to be connected to the inputs 5 to 8.
After connection of the ripple control receiver(s) the gateway has to be configured in
order to do the required control of the SOLIVIA solar inverters. For further information,
please refer to Chapters 10.5 and 10.6.
Of course it is also possible to connect only one ripple control receiver, i. e. the one that
controls the power management.
Figure 3: Ripple control receivers circuit diagram
NOTICE
The cables connecting the SOLIVIA gateway with the ripple control receiver(s) should
meet the following specifications:
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Max. conductor cross-section: 0.5 mm2 (AWG20)
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Min. conductor cross-section: 0.14 mm2 (AWG26)
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Tightening torque: 0.12 – 0.15 Nm
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Max. cable length: 2 m
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Power Connection
Connect the power source to the SOLIVIA gateway (Step 3 in figure 4) and check the
SOLIVIA gateway LED. If the setup is correct, the Status LED will be solid green for
approx. 5 seconds. For further information, please refer to Chapter 8.
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Verify that your setup is successful by going to the SOLIVIA Monitor web portal at:
http://monitoring.solar-inverter.com and log in to view your PV system.
STATUS
GW
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RESET
RS485
EXT. CONTROL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 A B
LAN
INPUT
5V
Internet
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2
RS485
Figure 4: Connection diagram
WARNING
Risk of death or heavy injury due to dangerous voltage
►► Repairs on defective cables should be done by qualified electricians only!
►► Only recommended and / or commercially available cables
should be used.
7.7
Installation Feedback
NOTICE
This function works only for SOLIVIA solar inverters of the 4th generation!
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After installation, the gateway checks the connection to the Ethernet and to the inverter.
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If the Ethernet connection (connection to the internet resp. web portal) works, the gateway sends a message to the inverter. The following message appears on the display of the inverter: "Portal Connection ok".
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If the Ethernet connection is not working, the following message appears on the display of the inverter: "No Portal Connection":
Both messages will be displayed for 120 sec.
If the message "No Portal Connection" appears on the display, please check the Ethernet connection of the gateway and your internet connection.
If no message appears on the display, please check the RS485 connection between
gateway and inverter and ensure that all inverters have unique RS485 bus IDs.
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LED Status
The gateway has one single LED visible on top of the housing of the gateway. After
power up, it immediately starts scanning for connected inverters. So the LED is constantly ON (no blinking) until the scan is finished.
After that the LED change to one of the following behaviors:
COLOR AND CONDITION
DESCRIPTION
Constantly ON (no blinking)
Neither Ethernet nor inverter connection.
Fast blinking (300 ms)
Ethernet connection but no inverter connection.
Slow blinking (1 s)
No Ethernet connection but inverter connection.
Hinking 200 ms on,
1800 ms off
Ethernet as well as inverter connection is online.
Extremely fast blinking
Indicates for one second that the reset button has been
pressed.
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Configuration through Web Server
If one connection (Ethernet or RS485) works, try to exchange the cables. If now the
other interface works it is very likely that one cable is broken.
The HTTP-server implements a browser interface allowing you to configure the gateway
and to display several information. The features are:
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Log in
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Configuration
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Display information about inverters
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10.1
Access the Configuration Web Server
To access the configuration tool, you have to install the software program
"IP Resolver" that you can download from our website: www.solar-inverter.com.
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NOTICE
Please make sure, that your internet connection is active!
Once installed, start the program by double-click.
The following window will open:
In case that the IP address is not immediately found, click on the "rescan" button.
Then, double-click on the IP address in the "IP Resolver" to open the web server.
The log in window will open:
If your network do not work with DHCP, please proceed as follows:
1. Configure your computer settings manually to 192.168.0.199
2. Open your web browser
3. Insert IP http://192.168.0.200/
4. Now go to Chapter 10.3 to see how you configure the IP of the SOLIVIA gateway.
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10.2
First Log in
If you log in to the configuration web server for the first time, please enter the following
log in data:
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Default Username: Delta
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Default Password: 000000
Then, click the "Log in" button.
NOTICE
If you leave the server untouched for more than five minutes, it is logged out automatically and any access will provide the log in page.
As you log in for the first time, you will be asked to change your log in data for security
reasons.
The following window will automatically open:
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Change your log in data by following the instructions given and click on the "Submit" button.
After submitting your new data, the following message will confirm your changes: "Operation successfully completed!"
10.3
Network Settings
If your router is not supporting DHCP, you will have to enter the IP address of your
SOLIVIA gateway manually.
Click on "Network Settings" on the left side to open the following window where you
can enter your network parameters:
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NOTICE
By default the gateway is configured to get its IP address from a DHCP server.
To confirm your entering, click the "Submit" button.
10.4
Connection Settings
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10.4.1RS485 Bus Communication
Here you can set the baud rate of the gateway for the RS485 communication. The
value should match the one of the inverter(s). The baud rate "19200" is set by default.
NOTICE
Please note, that the RS485 cable lengths is depending on the baud rate. Cable
lengths should not exceed 1200 m if baud rate is 19200 (default value).
10.4.1.1 Wireless RS485 Modem
If you are using a RS485 wireless modem, please check the box.
10.4.2Delta Database Connection
Every few seconds, the gateway is retrieving data from the SOLIVIA solar inverters. The
gateway stores these data and sends the average values to the database. Here you
can define the intervals in minutes of how often the average values and parameters are
sent to the database. By default, 15 minutes is set.
10.4.3 Force RS485 Bus Scan
The gateway does not know the number and addresses of connected inverters in
advance. It is assumed that each inverter connected to the bus already has its unique
address in the range [1, 254]. Address 0 is not allowed and 255 is the value used for
broadcasts.
NOTICE
Please check the SOLIVIA inverter user manual for instructions on how to select the
inverter ID.
Usually the list of inverters gets only longer. Every inverter that was once detected by
the gateway will remain in this list. By pressing the "Start" button the list will be cancelled and the RS485 bus will be scanned for connected inverters.
The gateway is designed to connect to a maximum of 32 devices.
10.4.3.1 List of Connected SOLIVIA Solar Inverters
At power-up, start-up and each day at about noon the gateway scans the RS485 bus
for all connected SOLIVIA solar inverters.
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Start from address 1 up to address 254. Address 0 is invalid and address 255 is the broadcast address.
During the usual operation the gateway collects only the data of the inverters in the
inverter list. If a new inverter is connected at e.g. 2:00 pm, this inverter will only be recognized after a new scan (latest the next day at about noon).
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10.4.4 Force Gateway Reset
To reset the gateway to production settings press either the reset switch for more than
5 seconds or click on the "Reset" button. After reset of the gateway, the default values
shall become used again requiring a new configuration if needed.
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All the inverter data are cleared, the device is reset and a new RS485 bus scan starts, ending with a flash store. The settings of Power Balancing, Power Management, Power Factor Control, Baud-rate and send interval remain unchanged.
10.4.5Restart Gateway
By pressing the "Restart" button the gateway will be restarted. This restart has no
impact on any configurations set before.
10.5Digital Inputs
The SOLIVIA gateway gives a voltage to the output A and measures the inputs 1 to 8.
In this way the SOLIVIA gateway can detect the state of the relays of the ripple control
receivers. The information which relay shall control what parameter has to be communicated by the public grid supplier.
Example: Information from the public grid supplier: If relay 2 is closed then the power
factor (cos ϕ) shall be set to 0.93 capacitive, if relays 1 and 2 are closed then the power
factor shall be set to 0.98 inductive.
If the reactive power control receiver is connected to the SOLIVIA gateway as shown
in figure 3 (Chapter 7.5) then the “Power Factor Control” should be configured like in
figure 5.
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10.5.1 Power Management 1)
There are four binary inputs that control the maximum power the inverter may feed into
the grid.
Power management is at 100 % for all relay state combination except 60 % for relay 1,
30 % for relay 2, and 0 % for relay 3 (default settings).
10.5.2 Power Factor Control 1)
The power factor configuration page allows the definition of 15 values for the cos φ,
either inductive or capacitive. If all inputs are inactive the cos φ is 1.00.
The values are entered in the form 0.xx, e.g. 0.95 and a checkbox decides whether it is
leading current (capacitive) or not.
NOTICE
Please remember to save the configurations by pressing the “Submit” button.
1) This chapter is only relevant for countries, in which your public grid supplier requires a power reduction (power management), power factor control and/or power balancing.
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Figure 5: Power factor control configuration page
10.6
Power Balancing 1)
The German Low Voltage Directive VDE-AR-N-4105 requires a symmetrical power feed
into all three lines of the AC grid. The allowed phase unbalance in Germany is 4.6
kVA. Other countries may have the same or similar requirements. Please observe the
specific regulations of your country.
If the power injected into the public grid is not evenly shared over the three phases, the
gateway is able to balance this unsymmetry.
10.6.1 Configuration
Following configurations can be set:
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Activate or deactivate the balancing
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Set the maximum allowed unbalance
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Assign the single-phase inverters to a line (L1, L2, L3)
1) This chapter is only relevant for countries, in which your public grid supplier requires a power reduction (power management), power factor control and/or power balancing.
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10.6.1.1 Feature Activation
By default the feature is off. For countries without restrictions nothing has to be done.
10.6.1.2 Power Balancing Requested from the Public Grid Supplier
The default value is 4.6 kVA due to the German regulation. This value can be changed
to other values without restriction.
10.6.1.3Grid Assignment
For each inverter found during the bus scan, you can choose to which line (L1, L2 or
L3) the device is connected.
NOTICE
Please note that the gateway web server will show you a warning if the sum of the
nominal powers on the three phases differs by more than the maximum unbalanced
load. Even with this warning the balancing works. However this warning is a strong
indication that the mapping of the inverters to the public grid phases should be
reviewed carefully!
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10.6.2Balancing
The gateway balances the power per phase after every data polling cycle:
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The gateway requests every inverter for the current data.
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After the last inverter of the bus has sent its information, the gateway calcuculates the power of each line.
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The gateway calculates the current unbalance.
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The gateway selects the inverters to be power reduced.
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The gateway calculates the reduction factor that is needed to balance the power.
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The gateway sends the power control command to the specific inverters.
The gateway reduces the power as little as possible. This means that the power balancing is not reducing the unbalance to 0 kVA, a reduction is only needed until the adjusted
unbalance limit is adhered.
10.7
Inverter Information
Here you can find the complete list of all SOLIVIA solar inverters that were once
detected by the gateway. The list contains the following information:
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Connection of the solar inverter
»» yes = connected
»» no = not connected
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Inverter type
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Serial # of the SOLIVIA solar inverter
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ID (of the solar inverter)
Beside these information, you can read out the states of the portal connection and of
the gateway, the MAC and IP address, the firmware (FW) version as well as the count
of the flash saves.
By clicking a serial number you get detailed information about an inverter.
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11Delta Service Software
The Delta Service Software enables the installer to adapt settings, realize firmware
upgrades and other updates besides supporting him in detecting error sources, like e.
g. over- or undervoltage -without any need to open the inverter. The memory from every
inverter can be stored and readout with the software in order to facilitate maintenance
and on-site service. Detailed information of every inverter can be monitored and if necessary adapted.
The SOLIVIA gateway replaces the service software kit, that consists out of a Delta
RS485 special cable and a USB to RS485 converter. Therefore, beside the gateway
and the software itself, which can be downloaded from our website free of charge, no
further equipment nor tools are necessary.
Proceed as follows:
1. Connect a RS485 cable between the RS485 connector on the SOLIVIA gateway and the RS485 connector on the SOLIVIA inverter.
2. Connect an Ethernet network cable between the SOLIVIA gateway and the internet ready network port.
3. Donwload the software from our website free of charge.
4. Start the service software program.
NOTICE
Please make sure, that your internet connection is active!
For further information about the SOLIVIA service software, please refer to our website
at www.solar-inverter.com.
12Reset Button
The reset button offers two different functionalities. Please also refer to Chapter 10 for
further information on the below mentioned configuration parameters.
1. Keep the reset button pressed > 5 seconds and < 20 seconds
»» LED blinks very fast for one second to indicate the reset has been recognized.
»» Does a soft reset of the configuration parameters.
»» Baud rate, interval time, power management, and unbalanced settings are not changed (except that “use unbalanced” is switched off). The other parameters are reset to default:
üü DHCP active
üü Proxy not active
üü Wireless RS485 modem not active
üü Unbalanced correction not active
üü Default IPs in subnet 192.168.0.200
üü Proxy IP 0.0.0.0
üü Default password (000000) and username (Delta)
»» Inverter list is cleared
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Keep the reset button pressed > 20 seconds
»» LED blinks very fast for one second to indicate the reset has been recognized.
»» All Parameters are reset to their default (factory settings), i.e.:
üü All network settings
üü Baud rate 19200
üü Interval 15 min
üü Power management is at 100 % for all relay state combination except 60 % for relay 1, 30 % for relay 2, and 0% for relay 3
üü Unbalanced load = 4.6 kVA
üü Clear all unbalanced configuration
üü Clear all power factor (cos phi) configuration
»» This reset might require the reconfiguration from your public grid supplier.
Product Specification
ETHERNET INTERFACE (LAN)
RS485 INTERFACE
Max. in/output
voltage
±5V
Max. in/output
voltage
±3V
Output current
≤ 250 mA
Output current
≤ 20 mA
Input current
≤ 42 mA
Input current
≤ 20 mA
POWER SUPPLY (INPUT 5 V DC)
RIPPLE CONTROL RECEIVER
INTERFACE 1)
Max. input voltage +8 V
Input voltage
(ports 1 to 8)
≤ 3.5 V
Min. input voltage
+4 V
Input current
(ports 1 to 8)
≤ 1 mA
Max. input current
≤ 600 mA
(3 W @ 5V)
Output voltage
(ports A+B)
≤ 3.5 V
Nom. input current
approx. 185 mA
(1 W @ 5 V)
Output current
(ports A+B)
≤ 20 mA
AMBIENT CONDITIONS
POWER SUPPLY UNIT 2)
Operating
0 °C to 40 °C
temperature range
PSU voltage
range
Storage
-40 °C to 80 °C
temperature range
Max. output power ≥ 3 W (LPS certified)
Relative humidity
Max. output
current
0 % to 90 %
4 V to 8 V
≥ 600 mA (LPS certified)
1) EXT. CONTROL
2) Use only the power supply adapter supplied with and suited for the SOLIVIA gateway
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Certificates
This Class (B) digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe (B) est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this
device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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                        
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  
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                                                         
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                                                        
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Sing Etac Services Pty Ltd
EN
ABN 941339000008
33 Mackeller Avenue Wheelers Hill Vic 3150
Australia
Phone +61 3 95451418 Fax + 61 3 95451418
Ref #: 12CTICK001
C-Tick Mark Conformity Declaration
For the following equipment:
Basic Gateway
(Model Name)
SOLIVIA GW WEB MONITOR GATEWAY M1 G2
(Model Designation)
Herewith is confirmed to comply with the requirements set out in the regulation to Electromagnetic
Compatibility. For the evaluation regarding the electromagnetic compatibility, the following standards
were applied:
AS/NZS CISPR 22 & CISPR 11
The following manufacturer is responsible for this declaration:
Company name: Delta Electronics (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd
Address: 909 Soi 9, Moo 4, Bangpoo Industrial Estate (E.P.Z) Pattana 1 Rd., Tambol Phraksa,
Amphur Muang, Samutprakarn 10280, THAILAND
The following importer is responsible for this declaration:
Company name: Sing Etac Services Pty Ltd
Address: 33 Mackeller Avenue Wheelers Hill Vic 3150, Australia
Person responsible for making this declaration:
Christina Chen Sok Kian
(Name)
Director
(Position/Title)
March 9, 2012
(Date)
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(Legal Signature)
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