Solar PV Grid Tie Inverter
-1K-2G
inverter
Installation and Operation Manual
Ver 1.0
Ningbo Ginlong Technologies Co., Ltd.
No. 57 Jintong Road, Binhai Industrial Park,
Xiangshan, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315712, P.R.China
Tel: +86 (0)574 6578 1806
Fax: +86 (0)574 6578 1606
Email: info@ginlong.com
Web: www.ginlong.com
Please record the serial number of your inverter and quote this when you contact us.
C
2013, Ningbo Ginlong Technologies Co., Ltd.
Contents
Contents
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1. Introduction
2. Safety Instructions
2.1 Safety Symbols
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6.2 Information ……………………………………………
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6.3 Settings
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6.3.2 Setting Address ………………………………
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6.3.3 Clearing Energy ………………………………
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6.3.4 Restoring Settings ……………………………
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6.4.1 Alarm Message ………………………………
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6.4.3 Version …………………………………………
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6.4.4 Communication Data …………………………
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4.1 Selecting a Location for the Inverter ………………
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4.2 Mounting the Inverter…………………………………
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3.2 LED Status Indicator Lights
3.3 Keypad
6.3.1 Setting Time
6.4 Advanced Info.
6.4.2 STD No.
6.5 Advanced Settings
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6.5.1 Selecting Standard ……………………………
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6.5.2 Grid ON/OFF …………………………………
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6.5.3 New Password ………………………………
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4.5 Grounding ……………………………………………
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4.3 Electrical Connections
4.4 System Installation Requirement
5. Setup and Stop
7. Maintenance
8. Trouble Shooting
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5.1 Starting the Inverter
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6.1 Main Menu ……………………………………………
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3.1 Front Panel Display
4. Installation
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2.3 Intended Use
3.4 LCD
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6. Operation
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2.2 General Safety Instructions
3. Overview
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5.2 Stopping the Inverter…………………………………
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9. Specifications
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1. Introduction
2. Safety Instructions
Solis-1K-2G is a transformerless solar grid tie inverter. It has excellent MPPT
Solis-1K-2G is designed and manufactured to ensure your
Performance to effeciently obtain power from solar panels. The maximum
personal safety. Improper use may result in potential electric shock
Input current of Solis-1K-2G is 10A DC and maximum output power is 1100W.
hazards or burns. This manual contains important instructions that
should be followed during installation and maintenance of Solis-1K-2G.
Please read these instructions carefully before use and keep them
for future reference.
2.1 Safety Symbols
Safety symbols used in this manual, which highlight potential safety risks
and important safety information, are listed as follows:
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Figure 1.1 Solis-1K-2G side view
WARNING:
WARNING symbol indicates important safety instructions, which if not
correctly followed, could result in serious injury or death.
NOTE:
NOTE symbol indicates important safety instructions, which if not correctly
followed, could result in damage to or destruction of the inverter.
CAUTION:
CAUTION, RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK symbol indicates important safety
instructions, which if not correctly followed, could result in electric shock
causing serious injury or death.
CAUTION:
CAUTION, HOT SURFACE symbol indicates safety instructions, which if not
correctly followed, could result in burns.
Figure 1.1 Solis-1K-2G vertical view
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2.Safety Instructions
2.2 General Safety Instructions
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WARNING:
Solis-1K-2G is a transformerless inverter. Hence before its operation, it is very
important to ensure that the DC input source and the AC output source are
electrically isolated. Failure to do so will cause serious damage to the inverter.
( CAUTION: AC and DC voltage sources are terminated inside the inverter.
The AC circuit and the DC circuit must be isolated from each other before
servicing. Each circuit must be individually disconnected before servicing.)
WARNING:
All electrical installations must be done in accordance with the local and
National Electrical Code AS/NZS3000.
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of fire, branch circuit overcurrent protective devices are
required for circuits connected to Solis-1K-2G. The rating of overcurrent
device should not exceed 15 amperes.
2.Safety Instructions
2.3 Intended Use
The inverter has been constructed according to the applicable safety and technical
guidelines. Use the inverter in installations that meet the following sepcifications
ONLY:
1.Permanent installation is required.
2.The inverter must be connected to a separate, grounded AC group, to which no other
electrical equipment is connected.
3.The electrical installation must meet all the applicable regulations and standards.
4.The inverter must be installed according to the instructions stated in this manual.
5.The inverter must be installed according to the correct technical specifications.
6.To startup the inverter, the Grid Supply Main Switch (AC) must be switched on before
the solar panel DC isolator is switched on. To stop the inverter, the Grid Supply Main
Switch (AC) must be switched off before solar panel DC isolator is switched off.
7.The DC input voltage into the Solis-1K-2G must NOT exceed 500Vdc.
CAUTION:
Risk of electric shock. Do not remove cover. There are no user serviceable
parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified and accredited service technician.
CAUTION:
The PV array (Solar panels) supplies a DC voltage when it is exposed to light.
CAUTION:
Risk of electric shock from energy stored in capacitors of Solis-1K-2G. Do not
remove cover until 5 minutes after disconnecting all sources of supply. Service
technician only. Warranty may be void if unauthorized removal of cover.
CAUTION:
Solis-1K-2G has a heat sink on its top surface, which helps in cooling down the
internal components. The heat sink can reach temperatures up to 70℃ (158 F).
To avoid risk of burns, do not touch the heat sink when the inverter is operating.
To install an inverter on a wooden, painted, or any other combustible surface,
A cement sheet is required to be used as a fire retardant material between
the wall and the inverter mounting.
Inverter must be installed OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
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3. Overview
3. Overview
3.1 Front Panel Display
3.3 Keypad
There are four keys in the front panel of the Solis-1K-2G(from left to right): ESC, UP, DOWN
and ENTER keys. The keypad is used for:
Scrolling through the displayed options (the UP and DOWN keys);
Access to modify the adjustable settings (the ESC and ENTER keys).
3.4 LCD
The two-line Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) is located at the front panel of Solis-1K-2G,
which shows the following information:
Inverter operation status and data;
Figure 3.1 Front Panel Display
Service messages for operator;
Alarm messages and fault indications.
3.2 LED Status Indicator Lights
There are three LED status indicator lights in the front panel of Solis-1K-2G. The left
POWER light (red) indicates power status of the inverter. The middle OPERATION
light (green) indicates the operation status. The right ALARM light (yellow) indicates
the alarm status. Table 3.1 explains their meanings.
Light
Description
Status
ON
The inverter is detecting solar power signal.
OFF
The inverter has lost a solar power signal.
ON
The inverter is operating properly.
OFF
The inverter has stopped supplying power.
POWER
OPERATION
FLASHING
The inverter is initializing.
Alarm or fault condition is detected. The inverter
ON
ALARM
OFF
stores the last 10 messages.
The inverter is operating properly.
Table 3.1 Status Indicator Lights
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4. Installation
4. Installation
Inverter should be mounted in a vertical position as shown in Figure 4.1. The steps to
4.1 Selecting a Location for the Inverter
mount the inverter to the wall are given as follows:
To select a location for the inverter, the following criteria should be considered:
1. Locate the wall studs in the desired location and align the wall mount bracket over
The temperature of the inverter heat sink up to 70℃. Hence the inverter must
the studs. Mark the mounting holes. For masonry walls, the mounting holes should be
be installed at a place where nobody will touch its top.
as for a suitable dynabolt type mounting system.
The inverter is designed to work in extreme temperatures. The ambient operating
temperature range is from -25℃ to 60℃.
2. MAKE SURE BRACKET IS LEVEL. Ensure mounting holes A, B, C and D (in Figure
4.2) are aligned with most secure points on wall (e.g. wall studs if clad building
A minimum 500mm clearance between the bottom of the inverter and the ground are
materials).
recommended.
NOTE:
WARNING:
!
Heat sink must be Out of Reach of Children.
Bracket must be mounted horizontally on a vertical wall surface.
Visibility of the LED status indicator lights and the LCD located at the front panel of
Inverter
the inverter should be considered.
Adequate ventilation must be provided if the inverter is to be installed in a confined space.
A
B
NOTE:
E(F)
Nothing should be stored on or placed against the inverter.
4.2 Mounting the Inverter
Please use suitable fixings for wall type (e.g. use dynabolts for brick masonry).
5.5×38 stainless steel screw
C
D
Inverter
Figure 4.2 Wall Mount Bracket
Bracket
3. Carefully hang the inverter on the upper part of the bracket so that the hooks
located at the rear of the inverter hang over the bracket. Use M4×25 stainless
steel screws to secure points E and F (in Fig 4.2) to the bracket .
M4×25 stainless steel screw
Figure 4.1 Inverter Mounting
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4. Installation
4. Installation
The steps to assemble the DC connectors are listed as follows:
4.3 Electrical Connections
i) Disassemble the connector coat (see Figure 4.5).
Solis-1K-2G is designed for electrical connection without removing the cover. The
meaning of the symbols located at the bottom of the inverter are listed in Table 4.1.
For all AC wiring connections, 2.5mm 2 , 105℃, copper wires are required to be used.
+
Positive terminals of DC input
-
Negative terminals of DC input
DC 1
DC 1 input terminals positive or negative
DC 2
DC 2 input terminals positive or negative(none in Solis-1K-2G)
DC SWITCH
RS 485
Figure 4.5 Disassemble the Connector Cap
ii) Insert the wire into the bottom part of the connector coat as shown in Figure 4.6.
Switch of DC input terminals(optional)
RS 485 communication connect terminal(optional)
COM
Equipment communication connect terminal
GRID
Equipment grid wires connect terminal
Table 4.1 Terminals
Solis-1K-2G can transfer the power available to the utility at any input DC voltage that is
within the range from 100Vdc to 400Vdc. The maximum input current is10Adc. The rated
output voltage of Solis-1K-2G is 250Vac.
Figure 4.6 Insert the Wire into the Connector Cap
iii) Attach the pin top to the wire as shown in Figure 4.7.
The electrical connection of the inverter must follow the steps listed below:
1. Switch the Solar Supply Main Switch (AC) OFF.
2. Switch the solar panel DC Isolator OFF.
3. Connect Solis-1K-2G to the solar panel DC Isolator.
a) Make sure the polarity of the output voltage from the solar panel (i.e. the input voltage
for Solis-1K-2G) matches the“DC+”and“DC-” symbols.
b) Attach the positive DC connector (refer to Figure 4.3) to the solar panel output positive
terminal. Attach the negative DC connector (refer to Figure 4.4) to the solar panel
Figure 4.7 Attach the Pin Top to the wire
iv ) Insert the pin to the top part of the connector and screw the top part back
on the bottom part of the connector (as shown in Figure 4.8).
output negative terminal.
Figure 4.8 Connector with Cap Screwed on
Figure 4.3 DC+ Connector
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Figure 4.4 DC- Connector
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4. Installation
v) Then connect the DC
connectors to Solis-1K-2G (as shown in Figure 4.9).
4. Installation
The steps to assemble the AC grid terminal connectors are listed as follows:
a) Attach the wires to the grid terminal using screws on the connector (as shown in
Figure 4.12).
Figure 4.9 Connect the DC Connectors to the Inverter
4. Connect Solis-1K-2G to the AC grid switch.
Each Solis-1K-2G is supplied with an AC grid terminal connector, which is shown in Figure 4.10.
Figure 4.12 Connect Wires to the Grid Terminal
b) Put the terminal cap on the terminal (as shown in Figure 4.13).
!
WARNING:
There are
symbols marked inside the connector ( see Figure
4.11), the Line wire of grid must be connected to“L”terminal; the Neutral wire
of grid must be connected to“N”terminal; the Earth of grid must be connected
to“ ”(see Figure 4.12).
Figure 4.13 Put the Cap on the Terminal
c) Connect the AC grid terminal connector to Solis-1K-2G (as shown in Figure 4.14).
Figure 4.10 AC Grid Terminal Connector
Figure 4.14 Connect the Terminal Connector to Solis-1K-2G
5. Connect Solis-1K-2G to your PC via communication terminal (optional).
Figure 4.11 AC Grid Terminal Connector Inside
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Please refer to the software application manual.
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4. Installation
5. Setup and Stop
4.4 System Installation Requirement
5.1 Starting the Inverter
Figure 4.15 is a simple guidance for installing a solar system with PV inverter. A DC isolator
To start up Solis-1K-2G, it is important that the following steps are strictly adhered to:
is required to be installed in the system between the PV panels and the inverter.
1. Switch the Solar Supply Main Switch (AC) ON first.
MAIN SWITCHBOARD
supply, Solis-1K-2G will turn on ( the red light displays and the LCD show the model name of
Solar supply
main switch
Main
switch
Consumers
mains
(to grid)
2. Switch the solar panel DC Isolator ON. If the solar panels provide normal power
Isolation device
1
1
Inverter with
integral grid
Protection device
Solar
(PV)
array
the inverter ).
2
Solis-1K-2G
Isolation switch
Figure 5.1 Company Name and Model Name on LCD
3. When both the DC side and AC grid side of Solis-1K-2G have power presented, the inverter
Circuits not Circuits Protected
protected by
by RCDs
RCDs
will prepare to generate. Initially, Solis-1K-2G will check both its internal parameters and
the parameters of the AC grid to ensure that they are within the acceptable limits. At
this time, the green light will flash and the LCD displays the information of INITIALIZING.
Figure 4.15 Guidance for a Simple Installation of an Inverter Solar Energy System
4. After 3 mins, Solis-1K-2G will generate electricity normally. The green light will remain
NOTE:
1. The RCD should not be placed between the consumers mains and the solar
supply.
2. More than one RCD may be used. Each RCD can protect one or more
circuits.
on and the LCD displays GENERATING.
!
WARNING:
Do not touch the heat sink when the inverter is operating. Some parts may be
hot and cause burns.
4.5 Grounding
5.2 Stopping the Inverter
Solis-1K-2G must be earthed securely. Inside the inverter, the earth wire is in yellow and green.
To stop Solis-1K-2G, the following steps must be strictly followed:
When the inverter is connected to the grid through the AC grid terminal connector, the earth
1. Switch the Solar Supply Main Switch (AC) OFF.
wire will be connected to the Earth and hence ensure safety.
2. Wait 30 seconds. Switch the solar panel DC Isolator OFF. All the LEDs of the inverter will
be off in a minute.
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6. Operation
6. Operation
During regular operation, the display shows the power and the operation status alternately
with each screen lasting for 10 seconds (see Figure 6.1). Screens can also be scrolled
manually by pressing the UP and DOWN keys. Pressing the ENTER key gives access to
the Main Menu.
Pressing the
ESC key
calls back the
previous menu.
Power
924W
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V_DC 350.8
I_DC 3.1A
10 sec
V_Grid 230.4V
I_Grid
3.8A
10 sec
Status: generating
Power: 1488W
10 sec
V_DC: shows input voltage value.
I_DC: shows input current value.
V_Grid: shows grid voltage value.
I_Grid: shows grid current value.
Information
UP/DOWN
Solis-1K-2G
UP/DOWN or
auto-scroll
(10 sec)
UP/DOWN
Description
Duration
Status: shows instant status of Solis-1K-2G.
Power: shows instant output power value.
Settings
5 sec
Start
Main Menu
Display
Grid Frequency
F_Grid 50.06Hz
10 sec
Total Energy
0258458 kwh
10 sec
F_Grid: shows instant frequency of grid value.
Advanced Info.
Status: Generating
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Pressing the
ENTER key
gives access to
the main menu.
UP/DOWN
Total energy output value (since the last time
energy was cleared).
Advanced settings
Figure 6.1 Operation Overview
This Month: Total energy output during this month.
This Month: 0123kwh
Last Month: 0123kwh
10 sec
This day: 02kwh
Last day: 01kwh
10 sec
Last Month: Total energy output of last month.
This Day: Total energy output during this Day.
Last Day: Total energy output of last Day.
6.1 Main Menu
Table 6.1 Information Indicator
There are four submenus in the Main Menu (see Figure 6.1):
1. Information
Pressing the ESC key returns to the Main Menu. Pressing the ENTER key can lock (Figure
2. Settings
6.2(b)) or unlock (Figure 6.2 (a)) the screen.
3. Advanced Info
4. Advanced Settings
6.2 Information
(a)
(b)
The Solis-1K-2G main menu provides access to operational data and information. The
information is displayed by selecting "Information" from the menu and then by scrolling
Figure 6.2 Lock and Unlock the Screen of LCD
5.2 Stop the Inverter
up or down.
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6. Operation
6. Operation
6.3 Settings
6.3.3 Clearing Energy
The following submenus are displayed when the Settings menu is selected:
1.Set Time
This function is used to clear energy (total energy, this month energy and last month energy).
When Clear Energy is selected, the screen will show the following figure (Figure 6.5).
2.Set Address
3.Clear Energy
Are you sure?
YES=<ENT> NO=<ESC>
4.Restore Settings
Figure 6.5 Clear Energy
6.3.1 Setting Time
This function allows time and date setting. When this function is selected, the LCD will
display a screen as shown in Figure 6.3.
NEXT=<ENT> OK=<ESC>
01-01-2010 16:37
Press the ENTER key to confirm before executing clearing energy. Press the ESC key to
cancel the change and return to the previous menu.
6.3.4 Restoring Settings
Do NOT use this function. The inverter is preset to standard AS4777, which must NOT be
Figure 6.3 Set Time
Press the UP/DOWN keys to set time and date. Press the ENTER key to move from one
changed. Access to this function may cause damage to the inverter and may void the
warranty.
digit to the next (from left to right). Press the ESC key to save the settings and return to
the previous menu.
6.3.2 Setting Address
This function is used to set the address of an inverter connected to PC for communication
purpose. The address number can be assigned from “01”to “99”(see Figure 6.4).
The default address number of Solis-1K-2G is “01”.
YES=<ENT> NO=<ESC>
Set Address: 02
Figure 6.4 Set Address
Press the UP/DOWN keys to set the address. Press the ENTER key to save the settings.
Press the ESC key to cancel the change and return to the previous menu.
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6. Operation
6. Operation
6.4 Advanced Info - Technicians Only
NOTE:
Access to this area is for fully qualified and accredited technicians only.
Unauthorized access to these areas may void the warranty.
6.4.2 STD NO.
The screen shows the reference standard of Solis-1K-2G (see Figure 6.11).
Standard: AS4777
Select Advanced Info. from the Main Menu to display a screen that requires a password
(see Figure 6.8).
Figure 6.11 Standard of the Inverter
YES=<ENT> NO=<ESC>
Password: 0000
Figure 6.8 Advanced Info. Login
6.4.3 Version
The screen shows the model version and the software version of Solis-1K-2G (see Figure 6.12).
Type in the correct password and press the ENTER key to access the following information:
1.Alarm Message
Model: 07
Software Version: 8E06
2.Temperature
3.STD NO.
Figure 6.12 Model Version and Software Version
4.Version
5.Communication Data
Screens can be scrolled manually by pressing the UP/DOWN keys. Pressing the ENTER
6.4.4 Communication Data
key gives access to submenu. Press the ESC key to return to the Main Menu.
The screen shows the internal data of Solis-1K-2G (see Figure 6.13), which is for service
NOTE:
The default password of Solis-1K-2G is (0010)
technicians only.
01-05: 01 25 E4 9D AA
06-10: C2 B5 E4 9D 55
6.4.1 Alarm Message
The display shows 10 latest alarm messages (see Figure 6.9). Screens can be scrolled
Figure 6.13 Communication Data
manually by pressing the UP/ DOWN keys. Press the ESC key to return to the previous
6.5 Advanced Settings - Technicians Only
menu.
Alarm0: OV-G-V
Time: 27-11 Data: 7171
Figure 6.9 Alarm Message
NOTE:
Access to this area is for fully qualified and accredited technicians only.
Unauthorized access to these areas may void the warranty.
Select Advanced Settings from the Main Menu to display a screen that requires a password.
Type in the correct password (refer to Section 6.4 if you do not know the password) and
press the ENTER key to access the following options:
1.Select Standard
2.Grid ON/OFF
3.New Password
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6. Operation
6. Operation
6.5.1 Selecting Standard
6.5.2 Grid ON/OFF
This function is used to select reference standard of grid (see Figure 6.14).
This function is used to start or stop the generation of Solis-1K-2G (see Figure 6.16).
YES=<ENT> NO=<ESC>
Standard: AS4777
Grid ON
Grid OFF
Figure 6.14
NOTE:
This function exists for technician use only.
Figure 6.16 Set Grid ON/OFF
Screens can be scrolled manually by pressing the UP/DOWN keys. Press the ENTER key
to save the setting. Press the ESC key to return to the previous menu.
NOTE:
You must set Grid OFF first (refer to Section 6.5.2) to use this function.
6.5.3 New Password
This function is used to change the password of Solis-1K-2G. Enter the new password you want
NOTE:
Your inverter must be set to AS4777 only.
to set (see Figure 6.17).
Enter New Password
Password: 0000
Press the UP/DOWN keys to select the standard (AS4777, VDE0126, UL1741, G83, User
-Def). Press the ENTER key to confirm the setting. Press the ESC key to cancel the change
Figure 6.17 Enter the Password
and return to the previous menu.
Selecting the User-Def menu will access to the following submenu (see Figure 6.15):
And then verify your new password (see Figure 6.18).
OV-V: 240---260V
Verify New Password
Password: 0000
UN-V: 180---210V
OV-G-F: 50.3---52.0Hz(60.3—62.0Hz)
Figure 6.18 Verify the Password
UN-G-F: 47.0---49.5Hz(57.0—59.5Hz)
NOTE:
The initial values of the User-Def standard are some reference values. They
are not indicating the values of the standard you are currently using.
The password has been changed successfully (see Figure 6.19).
Verify New Password
Done!
OV-V: 262V
UN-V: 210V
Figure 6.15
Press the UP/DOWN keys to scroll through items. Press the ENTER key to edit the highlighted
item. Press the UP/DOWN keys again to change the setting. Press the ENTER key to save
the setting. Press the ESC key to cancel the change and return to the previous menu.
NOTE:
You must set Grid ON (refer to Section 6.5.2) before the new standard can
be used.
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Figure 6.19 Successful Password Change
If the new password is failed to be verified, the screen will display an error message (see
Figure 6.20):
Warning:
Verify error!
Figure 6.20 Failed Password Change
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7. Maintenance
Solis-1K-2G does not require any regular maintenance from the user. However, impurities such
8. Trouble Shooting
Alarm Message
Failure Scenario
as dirt may affect the heat accumulation of the inverter and hence its performance. The dirt
OV-G-V
on the inverter can be cleaned with a soft brush.
UN-G-V
Under grid voltage
OV-G-F
Over grid frequency
UN-G-F
Under grid frequency
G-IMP
Grid impedance high
CAUTION:
Do not touch the heat sink when the inverter is operating. Some parts may be hot
and cause burns. Turn OFF your inverter (refer to Section 5.2) and let it cool down
before you do any maintenance or cleaning of inverter.
Over grid voltage
No grid
NO-Grid
The LCD and the LED status indicator lights can be cleaned with a damp cloth if they are too
dirty to be read.
OV-DC
Over DC voltage
OV-BUS
Over DC bus voltage
UN-BUS
Under DC bus voltage
SHORT-PRO
Short circuit fault
INI-PRO
System initial fault
TEM-PRO
Over Temperature
GROUND-PRO
Ground fault
NOTE:
Never use any solvents, abrasives or corrosive materials to clean the inverter.
Table 8.1 Failure Scenarios
Trouble Shooting
NOTE:
If your Solis-1K-2G gives any alarm message listed in Table 8.1, turn off your
inverter (refer to Section 5.2 to stop your inverter) and wait for 30 minutes
before restarting it (refer to Section 5.1 to start your inverter). If the failure
has not been cleared, contact your local distributor or the service center.
Please have the following information ready with you before you contact us.
Solis-1K-2G is designed in accordance with the standards of grid-tied operation, safety
requirements and electromagnetic compatibility. Before being delivered to the customer,
1. Serial number of Solis-1K-2G;
Solis-1K-2G has been subjected to several tests to ensure its optimal operation, reliable
2. The distributor/dealer of Solis-1K-2G (if available);
performance and good durability.
3. Installation date.
4. The description of problem (i.e. the alarm message displayed on the LCD and the status
If an operational failure occurs, the LCD screen will display an alarm message. In this
of the LED status indicator lights. Other readings obtained from the Information submenu
case, the inverter stops feeding into the grid. The possible failure scenarios and their
(refer to Section 6.2) will also be helpful.);
corresponding alarm messages are listed in Table 8.1:
5. System design for the solar PV array configuration (e.g. number of panels, capacity of
panels, number of strings, etc.);
6. Your contact details.
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9. Specifications
500V
The max DC input voltage:
MPPT operation range:
MPPT mode:
100-400Vdc
Max power point tracking
DC nominal voltage:
250Vdc
The max dc input current:
10Adc
Maximum input power:
1kW
Rating output power:
1kW
The transient max power:
1.1kW
Rating grid voltage:
230Vac
The grid voltage range:
180~270Vac
Operation phase:
Single phase
Rating grid output current:
4.3Aac
Output power factor:
>0.99
<4%
Grid current THD:
The dc injection current:
Rating grid frequency:
<20mA
50Hz/60Hz
Efficiency:
>96%
Protection :
Isolation protection; temperature protection; short circuit protection; Etc
Size:
339Wx565Hx164D(mm)
Weight:
Topology:
11.0kg
Transformerless
Internal consumption:
<1W(Night)
Running temperature:
-25℃~60℃
Ingress protection:
Interface:
Design lifetime:
IP65
RS485/Wifi or GPRS(Optional)
>20 years
Table 9.1 Specifications
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.29.