Samil Power Installation Manual D Series

TM

SAMIL POWER

Expert for PV Grid-tied Inverters

SP-SR-D-V1.0-EN

English

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CONTENTS

1 Notes On This Manual ......................................................................................................... 5

1.1 Scope Of Validity ...................................................................................................................

1.2 Target Group .....................................................................................................................

1.3 Important safety information ................................................................................................. 5

1.4 Symbols Used ...................................................................................................................... 5

1.5 Symbols on the Inverter ........................................................................................................

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1.6 Important Safety Instructions ................................................................................................. 6

2 Grid-tied System brief introduction .................................................................................... 7

3 Introduction of SolarRiver-D series inverter ....................................................................... 7

3.1 New features ........................................................................................................................

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3.2 Electrical block diagram ..........................................................................................................

3.3 Principle description ..............................................................................................................

3.4 Protection function ................................................................................................................

3.5 Terminals of inverter ............................................................................................................

3.6 Dimension ...........................................................................................................................

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3.7 Product label .......................................................................................................................

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4 Operation Mode ................................................................................................................ 10

5 Installation ........................................................................................................................

5.1 Installation process .............................................................................................................

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5.2 Packaging list .....................................................................................................................

5.3 Safety instruction ................................................................................................................

5.4 Installation precaution .........................................................................................................

5.5 Installation tools ..................................................................................................................

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5.6 Installation steps .................................................................................................................

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5.7 Connections of the PV power system .......................................................................................

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5.7.1 Announcements .......................................................................................................... 16

5.7.2 PV array connection types ...........................................................................................

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5.7.3 Connection steps of DC connector .................................................................................. 17

5.7.4 Assembly steps of AC connector ....................................................................................

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5.7.5 Grounding ..................................................................................................................

5.7.6 Connection of communication .......................................................................................

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6 Run the inverter ................................................................................................................ 21

6.1 Safety inspection .................................................................................................................

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6.2 Start inverter .......................................................................................................................

6.3 interface setting ..................................................................................................................

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7 Operation ........................................................................................................................... 24

7.1 Control and Display Panel .....................................................................................................

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7.2 Interface setting ..................................................................................................................

7.2.1 Home interface ...........................................................................................................

7.2.2 Main menu ..................................................................................................................

7.2.3 Instantaneous data ......................................................................................................

7.2.4 Historical data ...........................................................................................................

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7.2.5 Event list ..................................................................................................................

7.2.6 Settings ...................................................................................................................

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8 Communication and Monitoring .......................................................................................

8.1 Communication Interface .....................................................................................................

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8.2 Communication mode ..........................................................................................................

8.2.1 Ethernet communication ..............................................................................................

8.2.2 RS485 Communication .................................................................................................

8.2.3 WIFI communication ....................................................................................................

8.2.4 GPRS communication .................................................................................................

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9 Troubleshooting and maintenance ...................................................................................

9.1 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................................

9.2 Daily maintenance ..............................................................................................................

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10 Decommissioning .............................................................................................................. 38

10.1 Decommissioning steps ......................................................................................................

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10.2 Package ............................................................................................................................

10.3 Storage ............................................................................................................................

10.4 Disposal ...........................................................................................................................

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11 Technical Data ................................................................................................................... 39

11.1 Input (DC) ........................................................................................................................

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11.2 Output (AC) .......................................................................................................................

11.3 Efficiency .........................................................................................................................

11.4 General data .....................................................................................................................

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12 Guarantees ....................................................................................................................... 41

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Notes on This Manual

1 Notes on This Manual

This manual is an integral part of the inverter. Please read the product manual carefully before installation, operation or maintenance. Keep this product manual for future reference.

1.1 Scope of Validity

This product manual describes the assembly, installation, commissioning, maintenance of the following

Samil Power SolarRiver-D series inverters.

SolarRiver 3400TL-D SolarRiver 4000TL-D SolarRiver 4500TL-D

SolarRiver 5000TL-D SolarRiver 5200TL-D

1.2 Target Group

This manual is read by qualified electricians. The tasks described in this manual must only be performed by qualified electricians.

1.3 important safety information

Before installation or operation, please read the manual, or contact the local distributor. Please visit the company website: www.samilpower.com for more information.

1.4 Symbols Used

There are some symbols in this manual in order to ensure personal and property security. Please read the following symbols carefully.

Danger

Danger indicates a hazardous situation, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Note

Note provides tips that are valuable for the optimal operation of your product.

1.5 Symbols on the Inverter

There are some symbols in this manual in order to ensure personal and property security. Please read the following symbols carefully.

Symbol

5

min

Explanation

Danger to life due to high voltages in the inverter!

There is residual voltage in the inverter. The inverter requires 5 minutes to discharge.

• Wait 5 minutes before you open the upper lid or the DC lid.

Be care of hot surface.

The inverter can become hot during operation. Avoid contact during operation

Danger of high voltages

Danger to life due to high voltages in the inverter!

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Notes on This Manual

1.6 Important Safety Instructions

When using the product, please remember the below information to avoid the fire, lightning or other personal injury:

Warning

Ensure input DC voltage ≤ Max.DC voltage .Over voltage may cause permanent damage to inverter or other losses, which will not be included in warranty! This chapter contains important safety and operating instructions.

Read and keep this Operation Guide for future reference.

Warning

Authorized service personnel must disconnect both AC and DC power from the

SolarRiver-D Series inverter before any maintenance or cleaning or working on any circuits.

● Before using the SolarRiver-D Series inverter, read all instructions and cautionary markings on the

SolarRiver-D Series inverter, and all appropriate sections of this guide.

● Recommend the attachments sold by Samil Power, otherwise may result in a risk of fire, electric shock,

or injury to persons.

● To avoid a risk of fire and electric shock, make sure that existing wiring is in good condition and wire

is not undersized. Do not operate the SolarRiver-D Series inverter with damaged or substandard wire.

● Do not disassemble the SolarRiver-D Series inverter. It contains no user-serviceable parts. See

warranty for instructions on obtaining service. Attempting to service the SolarRiver-D series inverter

by yourself may result in a risk of electric shock or fire and will void your warranty.

● To reduce the risk of electric shock, authorized service personnel must disconnect both AC and DC

power from the SolarRiver-D series inverter before any maintenance or cleaning or working on any

circuits connected to the SolarRiver-D Series inverter.

● Keep away from flammable, explosive materials to avoid fire disaster.

● The installation place should be away from humid or corrosive substance.

● To avoid electric shock accident, please do not disassemble the inverter because there are high-voltage

capacitances installed inside the inverter.

● To reduce the chance of short-circuits, authorized service personnel must use insulated tools when

installing or working with this equipment.

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Grid-tied System brief introduction & Introduction of SolarRiver-D series inverter

2 Grid-tied System brief introduction

The SolarRiver-D series inverter is a PV inverter which converts the DC current of a PV generator into

AC current and feeds it into the public grid.

PV modules Inverter

Figure 1 PV Grid-tied System

Public grid

SolarRiver-D series inverter has the latest technology, and strictly observe well recognized safety procedures. Even so, misoperation will cause property destruction and personal injury.

Inverter must be reliably connected to utility power grid when working. The inverter is not designed for mobile application.

The inverter was not used in any other or additional purposes. The manufacturer/supplier does not take any responsibility for that. Must strictly abide by these relevant specifications of the manual.

3 Introduction of SolarRiver-D series inverter

3.1 New featuresity

In order to meet users the needs better, the SolarRiver-D series inverter has following new features compared to the SolarRiver series inverter:

● Dual MPPT can be connected in Multi-string input or independent input so the system is designed

flexibly and each individual MPPT can improve the efficiency of the system.

● MPPT range is wide, so expanding the voltage range. This feature adapts to the current trend which

voltage of PV is reduced, and the system is designed flexibly.

● Built-in DC Switch is optional. It can be the first time to cut off the DC source when in emergency.

This feature improves equipment, personnel safety in operation.

● 3.5 inch TFT LCD display, so human-machine interface is more friendly and convenient! The user

can see the real-time power data, operating mode, a day total generating capacity and other relevant

information!

● Must input password when setting specific grid codes which can be selected in the field. This feature

avoids the misoperation, ensure that the grid is more reliable and safe.

● Designed without fan, cooled by cooling fin at the rear side. This feature reduces power consumption

and running noise of machine.

● RS485,WIFI and GPRS is optional and ethernet interface for networking is standard in the inverter.

Users can analyse and monitor the data by Internet, Android, iPhone intelligent mobile phone.

● Built-in mass storage, store more historical data.

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3.2 Electrical block diagram

Electrical block diagram of SolarRiver-D series inverter is as figure2.

PV modules

DC SPD

Inverter

AC switch

Leakage protection

DC switch

AC SPD

Public grid

DC SPD

PV modules

Figure 2 Electrical block diagram of SolarRiver-D series inverter

3.3 Principle description

Principle description of SolarRiver-D series inverter is as figure3.

MPPT1

(DC/DC)

DC BUS

N

Inverter

(DC/AC)

LC Filter

+

PV 1

-

DC Switch

(Optional)

Relay

MPPT2

(DC/DC)

+

PV 2

-

GFCI

L

N

PE

PV

Insulation

Detection

RS485/WiFi/GPRS

LCD

Ethernet

DSP B

ARM

DSP A

RCMU

Figure 3 Principle description figure

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3.4 Protection function

Grounding fault】

SolarRiver-D series inverter is designed as floating connection with PV( positive and negative terminals

are not connected to ground ). When there is grounding fault, the inverter will be shut down and display

grounding fault.

More equipment protection】

SolarRiver-D series can run safely in any working condition because of the following protections:

Continuous monitoring power grid, to ensure that the voltage and frequency is in the standard range;

When the environment temperature is beyond the range, inverter will limit power automatically and

so on.

3.5 Terminals of inverter

RS-485 Venting Element AC Output

DC1 DC2

RS-485 RS-485 LAN

Antenna Relay

AC

3.6 Dimension

DC Input LAN Antenna Relay

Figure 4 Terminals of PV inverter

180mm

111mm

120mm

Normal Fault

S o l a r R i v e r

ESC OK

380mm 175mm

Figure 5 Dimension

244mm

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3.7 Product label

The product label provides basic information of the inverter, which is attached to the right side of the inverter. Pay special attention to the type of inverter and other specifications.

TM

PV Grid-tied Inverter www.samilpower.com

Model:

 SolarRiver 3400TL-D

Nominal operating voltage

Absolute maximum current(Isc) max

) 550V

360V

10.5/10.5A

Nominal operating voltage

Maximum continuous current

Nominal operating frequency

Maximum continuous power

230V

16A

50Hz

3000W

Maximum power

Power factor

3200W

0.95 lagging ~ 0.95 leading outdoor

Ingress protection

Operating temperature range

Protective class

Communication Type

IP65

-20/+60°C

Class Ⅰ

RS485

Made in China

AS4777

RoHS

S/N:

XXX1223001

TM

PV Grid-tied Inverter www.samilpower.com

Model:

 SolarRiver 4000TL-D

max

)

Nominal operating voltage

Absolute maximum current(Isc)

550V

360V

12/12A

Nominal operating voltage

Maximum continuous current

Nominal operating frequency

Maximum continuous power

230V

16A

50Hz

3680W

Maximum power

Power factor

3680W

0.95 lagging ~ 0.95 leading outdoor

Ingress protection

Operating temperature range

Protective class

Communication Type

IP65

-20/+60°C

Class Ⅰ

RS485

Made in China

G83/1

RoHS

S/N:

XXX1223001

TM

PV Grid-tied Inverter www.samilpower.com

Model:

 SolarRiver 4500TL-D

Absolute maximum voltage(V max

)

Nominal operating voltage

Absolute maximum current(Isc)

550V

360V

13.5/13.5A

Nominal operating voltage

Maximum continuous current

Nominal operating frequency

Maximum continuous power

230V

22A

50Hz

4000W

Maximum power

Power factor

4300W

0.95 lagging ~ 0.95 leading outdoor

Ingress protection

Operating temperature range

Protective class

Communication Type

IP65

-20/+60°C

Class Ⅰ

RS485

Made in China

AS4777

RoHS

S/N:

XXX1223001

Figure 6 Product label

TM

PV Grid-tied Inverter www.samilpower.com

Model:

SolarRiver 5000TL-D

max

)

Nominal operating voltage

Absolute maximum current(Isc)

550V

360V

15/15A

Nominal operating voltage

Maximum continuous current

Nominal operating frequency

Maximum continuous power

230V

23A

50Hz

4600W

Maximum power

Power factor

4600W

0.95 lagging ~ 0.95 leading outdoor

Ingress protection

Operating temperature range

Protective class

Communication Type

IP65

-20/+60°C

Class Ⅰ

RS485

Made in China

RoHS

S/N:

XXX1223001

TM

PV Grid-tied Inverter www.samilpower.com

Model:

SolarRiver 5200TL-D

max

)

Nominal operating voltage

Absolute maximum current(Isc)

550V

360V

15/15A

Nominal operating voltage

Maximum continuous current

Nominal operating frequency

Maximum continuous power

230V

24A

50Hz

4600W

Maximum power

Power factor

5000W

0.95 lagging ~ 0.95 leading outdoor

Ingress protection

Operating temperature range

Protective class

Communication Type

IP65

-20/+60°C

Class Ⅰ

RS485

Made in China

AS4777

RoHS

S/N:

XXX1223001

4 Operation Mode

【 standby Mode】

The standby mode means that the inverter is ready but still not connect to the grid. In this mode, it

will continue to check whether PV array has enough power to feedback into grid. When the inverter

has enough power, it will change from standby mode to Checking mode.

Checking Mode】

If inverter has passed dump load test and no error/fault occurs, it will start checking to deliver power.

On-grid Mode】

In this mode, SolarRiver-D series inverter convert PV array’s DC into AC and feedback into grid.

It is normal that the inverter decreases the output power in the condition of thermal protection, but if this occurs frequently, you need to check the aircooling fin and the fan, or put the inverter in the place where has better air flow. If the fan is too dirty, please clean it, and if output power decreases caused by electric, please ask for professional supports.

Fault Mode】

If any fault/error occurs, inverter will stop delivering power until the fault/error is removed. Some

fault/error will auto recover, and some may need manual restart.

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5 Installation

5.1 Installation process

● Ready to install(refer to 5.2、5.3、5.4、5.5)

Complete the preparation before installation:

√ Read the user manual carefully;

√ Check the products and parts;

√ Inspection installation tools;

√ Checkthe installation environment.

● Mechanical installation(refer to 5.6)

Work during mechanical installation:

√ Fix the panel of inverter;

√ Install inverter.

● Electrical connection(refer to 5.7)

Work during electrical connection:

√ Connect DC side;

√ Connect AC side;

√ Ground joint;

√ Connect line of communication.

5.2 Packaging list

Please check the package list, find out all these in the package. The product on the list are for installation.

If find some damage or some missing, please contact Samil Power’s sales.

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Samil Power

Expert for PV Grid-tied Inverters

SolarRiver-D Grid-tied Inverter

Product Manual

SP-SR-D-V1.0-EN

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Figure 7 packing table

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Table 1 packing list

Type

Project

No.

Equipment 1

2

3

Accessories

4

Files

5

6

7

8

9

10

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Description QTY

PV Grid-tied Inverter

Bracket

Installation Kit

RJ45 plug cable gland

AC connector

DC connector assembly

Packing list

Quality certifcation

Product manual

Warranty card

Remark

1 unit

1 pc

1set

1 set

3 sets

1 pc

1 pc

2 sets

1 pc

1 pc

1 pc

1 pc for inverters without RS-485 for inverters with RS-485

5.3 Safety instruction

DC voltage can be as much as 550 V, three-phase AC voltage reaches up to 270

V. Ensure AC/DC side uncharged before installing and maintaining the inverter.

Must observe the following standard and specifications strictly when installing, operating and maintaining

SolarRiver-D series inverter.

Get the permission from the local power department then combine inverter to the grid and operate

by the professional electrical engineer.

All the electrical installation must comply with local electrical installation standard.

Don't touch the other parts except terminals When installing.

There is high electrical voltage when working. Must cut off inverter AC/DC power and external control

power and wait for at least 5 minutes before maintaining

Pay attention to surface heat of inverter. For example, the power Semiconductor Devices still keep

higher temperature after blackout a period of time.

Pay attention to the rated voltage and current when design the system.

Please assess the following factors when designing PV system:

The largest input voltage of MPPT circuit in any case;

The largest input current of MPPT circuit in any case.

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5.4 Installation precaution

Checking environment where system is installed:

SamilPower suggests customer check the installation site. Do not fall into any of the following conditions:

Installation

● The ambient temperature is out the range of -20°C to +60°C

● The altitude 2,000 m above sea level.

● Prone to be damaged by water.

● Close to corrosive gas or liquid (for example, locations where chemicals are processed or the location

where feed lots of poultry).

● Exposed to direct sunlight.

● Prone to be flooded or covered by snow.

● Little or no air flow.

● Exposed to steam, vapor, or water.

● Exposed to direct cool air.

● Near the television antenna or antenna cable.

The inverter is needed at least 30 cm (see figure 8) clearance. If not observe this there will be malfunction of the system caused by water or high temperature inside the inverter.

Fault because of the above case is not in the scope of warranty.

30cm 30cm

Normal Fault

S o l a r R i v e r

ESC OK

Figure 8 Space specification

Choose inverter installation position:

● Inverter must be installed on a solid surface which bears the weight of the inverter;

● Tilted degree should not exceed 15 degree, as figure 9:

● Terminals of inverter must be face down;

● Can not be installed horizontally.

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Figure 9 incorrect installation

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5.5 Installation tools

Below tools are needed before installation.

5.6 Installation steps

Step1: Drill holes in the wall with diameter 6mm driller according to the size of bracket. Keep drilling perpendicular to the wall, and don’t shake when drilling to avoid damage to the wall. Then put expansion pipe into the hole, use rubber hammer to tap the pipe into the wall completely. Put the bracket into expansion pipes and then use expansion screws to fasten bracket.

Mounting bracket on the wooden wall is as the following picture.

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Step2:Put the inverter onto the bracket.

Step 3: Use M5 hex key nut to fix the bottom of the inverter.

Step4: Lock the inverter and the bracket with lock for safety. (This is optional for users. User can select

the lock according to your requirements).

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5.7 Connections of the PV power system

5.7.1 Announcements

Ensure that the DC side is not charged before installation and maintenance.

But after DC side discharge for a period of time, the capacitor is still charged, so need to wait for 5 minutes to ensure that the capacitors is discharged.

Before the electrical connection, make sure to use opaque material to cover the PV battery or disconnected the breaker of DC side. Exposure to the sun, PV array will produce a dangerous voltage.

5.7.2 PV array connection types

PV array connection types: There are 2 independent MPP trackers in inverter. You can choose common

-string input connection and multi-strings input connection. We recommend that choose multi-strings

to harvest max. PV power.

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Figure 10 Multi-string input connection (Left) and common-string input connection (Right)]

Please select excellent function and reliable quality PV arrays. Open-circuit voltage of PV arrays should be<Max. input DC input voltage. Operating voltage should be conformed to MPPT voltage range.

Table 2 DC Voltage Limitation

Model

MPPT voltage range

Max. DC voltage

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

160~500V

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

SolarRiver

5200TL-D

160~500V 165~500V

550 Vdc

175~500V 175~500V

Installation

Please use PV cable to connect arrays to inverter. From junction box to inverter, voltage drop is about

1-2%. So we suggest the inverter be installed near PV arrays, in order to save cable and reduce DC loss.

Note

Please don’t connect the PV positive or negative to ground.

5.7.3 Connection steps of DC connector

● Assembly steps of DC connector

Step1: Inserting the stripped conductor, Cross-sections 2.5 to 6 mm2, Outside diameter 5.0 to 8 mm,

Stripping length 15 mm.

Step2: Close spring with the thumb or using combination pliers. Please ensure that the spring is closed.

(see figure 11)

Step3: Push connectors together (see figure11). Screw cable gland tight. Screw in the nut until it reaches the O-ring and then tighten it with at least 2 Nm using a suitable tool. Finished.

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4

2

15

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Figure 11 Connection of the connector

● Electrical connections of DC side

Step1: Install the breaker or SolarArray Combiner in the DC side.

Step2: Disconnect the breaker or SolarArray Combiner with SolarRiver-D inverter.

Step3: Ensure open-circuit voltage of PV arrays is<1000V.

Step4: Put the positive and negative connector into the terminals on the bottom of inverter.

Figure 12 Use multimeter to measure PV array voltage

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5.7.4 Assembly steps of AC connector

SolarRiver series inverters are designed for single phase grid. Technical data should comply with the rule of local public grid.

Table 3 Cable and Micro-breaker rule

Model

Cable (Cu)

Micro-Breaker

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

4mm²

20A

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

SolarRiver

5200TL-D

4mm²

20A

4mm²

25A

6mm²

32A

6mm²

32A

Micro-breaker should be installed between inverter and grid, and the residual current is 30 mA≤Ifn≤300 mA.

Any load should not be connected with inverter directly.

ESC OK

Input

Output

Figure 13 Incorrect Connections between Load and Inverter

Impedance of SolarRiver-D inverter AC connector should be less than 2Ω. To ensure anti-islanding function reliable, wire loss power of PV cable should <1% of normal power. Length between inverter

AC side and grid connecting dot should be less than 150m. Relationship between cable and cable loss is as following:

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Figure 14 AC Cable Loss

Installation

This product is equipped with IP66 AC connector. You can connect inverter AC side by yourself. Please see figure 15 for AC connector disassembling guide.

Figure 15 AC connector disassembling guide

Assembly steps of AC connector are as following:

Step1: Put the AC wire through the threaded sleeve and pressure screw.

Pressure screw

Threaded sleeve

Step2: Wire the AC side refer to following instructions.

• Screw the green-yellow wire to the ground terminator in the AC Connector

• Screw the N wire (blue wire) to the N(Neutral) terminator in the AC Connector.

• Screw the L wire (brown or black wire) to the L(Line) terminator in the AC Connector.

N

L

Step3: Confirm all the wires should be screwed down.

Connected wires

Threaded sleeve

Pressure screw

Socket element

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Step4: Screw down the threaded sleeve.

Pressure screw

Socket element with threaded sleeve

Step5: Screw down the pressure screw.

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Threaded sleeve

Step6: Connect AC connector to inverter.

5.7.5 Grounding

Pressure screw

Neither positive nor negative could grounding because of no transformer, or it wil break down.

In the system, all non-current-carrying metal parts (such as shell of combiner, distribution and inverter)

should be connected to the earth.

PV String

Inverter

PE

AC Switchboard

L

N

EARTH

LINK

PV module frame

5.7.6 Connection of communication

Please refer to part 8.2.2

Figure 16 grounding of system

Run the inverter

6 Run the inverter

6.1 Safety inspection

PV array

Inspect the PV array to determine whether each PV array opening voltage meets the standard before operating the inverter.

-Open-circuit voltage of PV arrays should be<Max. input DC input voltage;

-Ensure positive and negative polarity correct.

Collection of inverter DC side

Confirm DC side no voltages and currents by multimeter.

Check the wiring of DC side whether the wiring of polarity is consistent with PV array. Measure each

DC input voltage (open). Ensure that polarity is correct. Check voltage bias (in stable weather), if the bias is more than 3%, PV array may has the problem.

Collection of inverter AC side

Ensure that the breaker of inverter AC side is “OFF”. Measure THD (total harmonic distortion) possibly, then check the curve. If it is distorted seriously, the inverter can not run.

6.2 Start inverter

Steps of Start inverter are as following:

Step 1: Turn on DC switch.

Step 2: If it’s the first starting the inverter, please set accords to part 6.3.

Step 3: Turn on AC breaker.

If the inverter shows other fault, please refer to part 9--error table.

If the inverter fail, please refer to part 9 --error table.

6.3 interface setting

Enter start-up interface after starting inverter, shown as figure17.

SAMIL POWER CO., LTD.

Inverter type:

S/N:

Master DSP SW:

Slave DSP SW:

HMI MCU SW:

SolarRiver 5200TL-D

S521233001

V1.00

V1.00

V2.23

Press OK to start commissioning

Figure 17 start-up interface

Press "OK", will enter language setting interface automatically.

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Run the inverter

Step1: language setting

Move the cursor to select language, press "OK" to select and press "OK" to confirm.

Language

English

German

French

Espana

Italy

Press OK to confirm

Note: Language setting is independent to Grid-tied country setting.

Step2: Grid-tied country setting

Next interface is grid-tied country setting interface. Different countries have different grid safety rules.

Move the cursor to select country, and then press “OK”to confirm. Then, press “OK” key to enter the next step.

Country

Germany

Italy

Australia

Spanish

Czech

GreeceIslands

GreeceContin

Netherland

Press OK to confirm

Step3:Date and time settings

Set according to the local date and time. Press left or right arrow key to move the cursor, press the up or down arrow keys to change value, then press “OK” to confirm. LCD will display time in the upper right corner. Then, press “OK” key to enter the next step.

Note: Inverter will check whether the setting is legitimate when changing the time automatically, and prevent illegal time value. If unable to modify time, please check whether it is legitimate.

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Run the inverter

Date/Time

2 0 1 2

-

0 3

-

0 3

1 0 : 1 0

Press OK to confirm

Step4:Check settings information

LCD will display the settings information. Please check the settings information. If setting is wrong, please press the “ESC” to reset. If all the information is correct, please press “OK” to confirm, the inverter will save all the settings.

End commission

Current Country:

Germany

Press OK to Start running

Press ESC to Back

Press OK to confirm

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7 Operation

7.1 Control and Display Panel

Control and Display Panel of SolarRiver inverter is shown as figure 18.

Green LED

Red LED

LCD

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Power

Today

0.0

W

Total

0.0

KWh

0.0

KWh

208.4

205.9

V

V ~

1.045

kw

49.99

Hz

Press Esc to Main Menu

S o l a r R i v e r

ESC OK

Buttons

Figure 18 HMI Interface

There are 6 buttons: OK, ESC, UP, DOWN, RIGHT, LEFT.

OK button: confirm the selection.

ESC button: exit current screen or selection

Up button: move cursor to up selection or increase the values

DOWN button: move cursor to down or decrease the values.

RIGHT button: move cursor to right side or increase the backlight.

LEFT button: move cursor to left side or decrease the backlight.

There are two LEDS on the panel. Different LED status means inverter different working statutes.

Table 4 LED statutes

LED green red flash

Wait state

Fault state

Wait: Inverter is checking in this state. If finds fault or error, will enter Fault or Permanent state.

normal:Inverter feeds AC current into grid. If any error or fault occurs, inverter will go to Fault State or Permanent State.

fault:Inverter has checked some recoverable error. It can recover if the error disappears. If in Fault

State continually, you should check the inverter according to table 5.

permanent:Inverter has checked some unrecoverable error. You should take some measure or ask for help.

When the inverter operates normally, user touch any button, then the backlight will be on, and inverter will display home interface. If none key touched for 60 seconds, the backlight will be off. In next 10 seconds if still no operation the screen will back to home interface, otherwise the backlight will be illuminated.

Note: After starting inverter and restoring the factory settings, LCD backlight will not shut down automatically.

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7.2 Interface setting

7.2.1 home interface

Enter home interface automatically after startup (If not the home interface, press “ESC” return to the home interface), as shown in figure19.

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00

Power

Today

0.0

W

Total

0.0

KWh

0.0

KWh

208.4

V

205.9

V ~

1.045

kw

49.99

Hz

Press Esc to Main Menu

Figure 19 home interface

7.2.2 main menu

In the home interface press “ESC” then enter the main menu, as shown in figure 20.

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Instantaneous values

History

Event List

Settings

System Info

Press Esc to Home

Figure 20 main menu

7.2.3 Instantaneous data

Move the cursor to the" Instantaneous" and then press “OK”, the user will see the input, output voltage, current, power, temperature and other real-time information.

7.2.4 Historical data

Move the cursor to the" History" and then press “OK”, the user will see the power amount histogram of every hour. The user press the left or right arrow key to see daily electricenergy production histogram in the current month, mensal electricenergy production histogram in the current in the current year.

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7.2.5 Event list

Move the cursor to the" Event List" and then press “OK”, the user will see the list of events of inverter.

Record 100 event information at most. Press the right or left keys to select events.

7.2.6 Settings

Move the cursor to the" Settings" and then press “OK”, the user will enter the setting interface, as shown in figure 21.

Settings

Language

Date/Time

Clear date

Clear events

LCD contrast

Country

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Input config

Reset Password

Network

AutoTest(Italy)

Factory set

Safety param

Press Esc to Main Menu

Figure 21 settings interface

Some settings need to input password. There are 3 kinds of password: user password, installation password and factory password. You can enter "Clear data", "Clear events", "Network" and "Reset password" interface after inputting password.

1. Initial user password: 111111.

2. Password is composed of 6 figures.

3. If forget password, please contact installation contractor.

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8 Communication and Monitoring

8.1 Communication Interface

Standard configuration:

1. Ethernet: Transmit the inverter working state such as output voltage, current, frequency, fault information to the PC machine or other monitoring system. Ethernet can achieve multi-inverter wired

network at the same time.

Optional configuration:

WIFI: Wireless connect to route. Transmit the inverter working state such as output voltage, current, frequency, fault information to the PC machine or other monitoring system. WIFI can achieve multi-inverter wireless network at the same time.

RS485: Achieve multi-inverter network to monitor the inverter working state such as output voltage, current, frequency, fault information

GPRS: Inform message by message.

Only choose one optional configuration when inverter is working.

8.2 Communication mode

When user want to know the information of the power system and monitor power system. We offer following communications.

8.2.1 Ethernet communication

You can connect inverter to Internet by router (the router is not special for inverters, you can get any brand in the market). Then you can see the inverter’s data in any place of the world.

WAN

Router

Figure 22 Ethernet communication

Hardware Requirements: computer which support windows(including xp,vista,win7), router, netting twine, inverter(LAN mode).

Monitor mode: LAN and WAN.

LAN: Install SolarPower Browser in PC which can monitor inverters .In this mode, you can use a router or nonuse.

If you use a router, you can monitor 254 inverters.

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Communication and Monitoring

Parameter setting when using router:

Step 1:Enter home interface automatically after startup (If not the home interface, press “ESC” return to the home interface).

Home kwh t

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Power

Today

0.0

W

Total

0.0

KWh

0.0

KWh

208.4

V

205.9

V ~

1.045

kw

49.99

Hz

Press Esc to Main Menu

Step 2: Press “ESC” in home interface then enter the main menu.

Main Menu

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00

Instantaneous values

History

Event List

Settings

System Info

Press Esc to Home

Step 3: Move the cursor to "settings" and then press “OK”, will enter settings interface.

Settings

Language

Date/Time

Clear date

Clear events

LCD contrast

Country

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Input config

Reset Password

Network

AutoTest(Italy)

Factory set

Safety param

Press Esc to Main Menu

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Step 4: Move the cursor to "network", press "OK" and then enter "Input Password" interface.

Input Password

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0

Press Esc to Settings

Step 5: Press "right" or "left" key to move the cursor to select the figure which need to be modified.

Press "up" or "down" key to modify figure. If the password is correct will enter 'Ethernet" interface.

Ethernet

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:

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Auto-IP/DHCP

Manual-IP

Current mode: Auto-IP/DHCP

Press OK to confirm

Step 6: Move the cursor to "Auto-IP/DHCP", press "OK" twice. LCD interface will Reboot and then enter into home interface automatically.

Ethernet

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Auto-IP/DHCP

Manual-IP

Current mode: Auto-IP/DHCP

Confirm?

If you don’t use a router, you can only monitor 1 inverter. Need to use cable to connect inverter with PC.

Parameter setting when not using router:

Refer to settings when using router:Main Menu->Settings->Network->Ethernet. In "Ethernet" interface move the cursor to "Manual-IP", press "OK" twice(one press to confirm).

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Ethernet

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:

23

Auto-IP/DHCP

Manud-IP

Current mode: Manual-IP

Press OK to confirm

Ethernet

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:

50

Auto-IP/DHCP

Manud-IP

Current mode: Manual-IP

Confirm?

Press "OK" twice then will enter "Manual-IP" interface. Press "right" or "left" key to move the cursor to select the figure which need to be modified. Press "up" or "down" key to modify figure(IP Address:

192.168.000.002. Subnet Mask:255.255.255.000, others are 0). Press “OK” after modifying. LCD will display the setting parameter and press “OK” again, now setting is over. LCD interface will Reboot and then enter to home interface automatically.

Manual-IP

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:

05

IP:

SubnetMask:

Gateway:

DNS:

1 9 2 . 1 6 8 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 2

2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 2 5 5 . 0 0 0

0 0 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0

0 0 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 . 0 0 0

Press OK to confirm

Parameter set for PC:

Set IP address as 192.168.000.001,

Set Subnet mask as 255.255.255.000.

Need to install SolarRiver-D inverter monitoring software in the PC when using

WIFI, Ethernet communication.

Can’t using RS485 and Ethernet communication mode for a PC at the same time.

The default set is “Auto IP”. If use router, LAN or WAN monitor is available without

any parameter setting.

In WAN mode, must use router and recommend to select auto IP mode.

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8.2.2 RS485 Communication

RS485 is generally for at most 32 inverters communication at the same time. But the length of communication wire should be≤1200m. You can read and analyse data by PC if the system is equipped with Solar-Log200/500/1000. Please refer to Solar-Log200/500/1000 manual for more information.

Figure 23 RS-485 jack

Two types of cable must be prepared before using Solar-Log to monitor mult-inverters.

The communication cable between inverter and inverter:

1. Prepare two 8-PIN RJ45 modular plug, hold the RJ45 modular plug with the 'clip' on the bottom,

the 'opening' (where you insert the cable) facing you, the order number is 1 to 8 from left to right,

as figure 24.

T-568B

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Pin 1

RJ-45 Plug

O/ O G/ B B/ G Br/ Br

Figure 24

2. Use a length of communication cable, then push the 8 color wires into the modular plug follow the

same order as below.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8 orange white orange green white blue blue white green brown white brown

3. Then put the both ends of communication cable into the communication ports of inverter respectively.

If there are N inverters, need N-1 this communication cable.

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The communication cable between inverter and Solar-Log:

1. One side of cable is the same as cable between inverter and inverter, the other side remains 4 colour

wires: green white, green, orange white, orange, as shown in figure 25.

Figure 25

2. Connect 4 colour wires to 1,4,5,6 port of Solar-Log.

3

4

1

2

5

6 green white reserve reserve green orange white orange

8.2.3 WIFI communication

You can connect inverter to Internet by router. Then you can see the inverter’s data in any place where

internet is available.

WAN

Router

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OS: win xp, Vista, Win7;

Network: Lan or Wan;

Wifi: 802.11g.

Figure 26 WIFI communication

Communication and Monitoring

WIFI settings:

Note:Appendix is WIFI route list.

Step1: Connect a cable following the steps of Ethernet before opening "SolarPower Browser".

Step2: Double-click name of inverter to enter detail information page. Set the SSID of router which

WIFI is going to be connected to and input the password(known from installation contractor) then save these information.

Step3:Reboot the computer automatically and disconnect netting twine connection.

Step4:Check WIFI information:

Enter the interface successively: Main Menu->Settings->Network, move the cursor to "WIFI" and press

"OK".

Network

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:

23

Ethernet

WIFI

Press OK to confirm

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The GUI bellow tells the WIFI hasn’t been set yet.

Wifi

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:

10

Link Name:

Press ESC to Back

If WIFI has been set, shown as following figure.

Wifi

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:

50

Link Name:

BAFFAL0-5D8959

Press ESC to Back

Hardware Requirements: router、inverter equipped with WIFI、PC(with

SolarPower Browser software)

8.2.4 GPRS communication

GPRS function is that sends fault message to user when inverter is at fault.

Hardware Requirements: SIM card, inverter equipped with GPRS, mobile telephone.

Monitor mode: message.

GPRS settings:

Step1: Use mobile telephone to set PIN code of SIM card which will be installed in inverter.

Step2: Connect cable following the steps of Ethernet before opening "SolarPower Browser".

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Step3: Double-click name of inverter then enter detail information interface. Set the PIN code, service center number and customer mobile telephone number then save these information.

Step4: Reboot the computer automatically.

Step5: Check GPRS information:

Enter the interface successively: Main Menu->Settings->Network, move the cursor to "GPRS" and press "OK".

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Ethernet

GPRS

Press OK to confirm

If GPRS setting has not been initialised, shown as following figure.

GPRS Message

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:

10

No settings

Press ESC to Back

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If GPRS setting has been initialised, press "OK" to check the information, shown as following figure.

GPRS Message

PIN

1234

Center Number:

+8613800510500

Customer Number:

+8615000000000

Press OK to have a test!

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06

Press ESC to Back

9 Troubleshooting and maintenance

9.1 Troubleshooting

This section illustrates possible faults of an inverter and solving methods and provides users with troubleshooting tips to help them identify and solve common problems. Please read the following troubleshooting steps:

1. Check the warning, fault messages or fault codes displayed on LCD. If a message is displayed, record

it before doing anything further.

2. Attempt the solution according to table 5.

3. If no fault message is displayed on LCD, check the following list whether the installation meet the

requirements.

— Is the inverter installed in a clean, dry, adequately ventilated place?

— Have the DC input switch been opened?

— Do section area and length of cable meet requirements?

— Are the input and output connections and wiring in good condition?

— Are the configuration settings correct for user particular installation?

Steps of checking the warning and fault information displayed on LCD:

Move the cursor to the "Event list" and then press “OK” in main menu interface, then enter "Event list" interface.

Events list

Code

40

10

09

08

08

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07

Message

Bus over voltage

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PV2 over voltage

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PV1 over voltage

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:

34

No utility

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:

22

No utility

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40

:

14

01/20

Press ESC to Main Menu

Figure 27 Event list interface

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Troubleshooting and maintenance

When SolarRiver-D inverter is at fault, the fault information is composed of code, occurring time and fault description.

Please contact Samil Power Co.,Ltd for further technical assistance. Please provide detailed installation information and inverter model, serial number and fault information.

Table 5 Troubleshooting list

Faults

Grid volt / freq over /

underrating

Diagnosis and Solutions

-Wait grid go back to normal working state.

-Mak sure that grid voltage and frequency complies with standards.

-Or, please ask for help

No Utility

PV1/PV2 over voltage

DCI out range

SCI/ SPI communication

fault

PV1/PV2 isolation fault

-Check grid-connection

-Or, please ask for help.

-Check the PV open-circuit voltage whether it is >Max.DC voltage.

-Or, please ask for help.

- Wait for one minute.

-Or, please ask for help.

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

-Check the impedance among PV (+)、PV (-) and grounding whether they are>600Kohm.

-Or, please ask for help.

Consistent Fault

Relay Failure

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

GFCI over 30mA /60mA /

150mA /300mA fault

-Check whether leakage current is too high.

-Disconnect DC and AC side, check the surrounding equipment on the

AC side.

-Reconnect the input side and check inverter after troubleshooting.

-Or, please ask for help.

EEPROM read/ write failure

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

Bus over voltage

-Disconnect DC side, and connect them again.

-Check L line and N line whether it has connection faults.

-Or, please ask for help.

GFCI device failure

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

Input/ output current high

-Disconnect DC and AC side, and connect them again.

-Or, please ask for help.

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9.2 Daily maintenance

Inverters generally do not need any maintenance or calibration, but ensure air-cooling fin not be covered by any dust or dirties.

Inverter cleaning

Please use electric drier, soft dry cloth or brush to clean inverters. Water, corrosive chemical substance

or intense cleaning agent are not allowed to clean the inverter.

Cooling fin cleaning

To ensure inverter good performance and long-period usage, cooling fin needs to be left with adequate

space. Please use electric drier, soft cloth or brush to clean cooling fin. Water, corrosive chemical

substance or intense cleaning agent is not allowed.

10 Decommissioning

10.1 Decommissioning steps

1. Switch off the AC grid;

2. Switch Off the DC switch;

3. Wait 5 minutes;

4. Release the DC connectors;

5. Release the AC connectors.

Now inverters can be demounted safely.

10.2 Package

Please pack the inverter with the original package as far as possible. If original package is not available, use an equivalent carton that meets the following requirements:

1. Load more than 50 kg;

2. With handle;

3. Can be fully sealed off.

10.3 Storage

Store the inverter in dry place where temperatures are between -25 °C - +70 °C.

10.4 Disposal

Please deliver inverters and packing materials to a suitable space where should meet disposal regulations for electronic scrap at the end of its service.

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Technical Data

11 Technical Data

11.1 Input (DC)

Model

Max.PV power[W]

Max.DC voltage[V]

Max.input current[A]

Number of MPP trackers

/strings per MPP tracker

Max power of Track1/

Track2[W]

MPP voltage range

(at rated power)[V]

DC Switch

Shutdown voltge/Start voltage[V]

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

3400

10.5/10.5

2200/2200

160~500

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

SolarRiver

5200TL-D

4000

12/12

550

4500

13.5/13.5

5000

15/15

5200

15/15

2/1

2500/2500 2750/2750 3000/3000 3100/3100

165~500 165~500 optional

60/100

175~500 175~500

11.2 Output (AC)

Model

AC nominal power[W]

Max.AC power[W]

Max.AC current[A]

Nominal AC voltage/ range[V]

AC grid frequency/ range[Hz]

Power factor(cosφ)

Total harmonic distortion

(THDi)(at nominal power)

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

3000

3200

16

3680

3680

16

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

SolarRiver

5200TL-D

4000

4300

22

4600

4600

23

4600

5000

24

230/180~270

50/47~52

0.8lagging~0.8leading

<3%

11.3 Efficiency

Model

Max.efficiency

Euro efficiency

MPPT efficiency

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

97.4%

96.5%

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

97.6%

97.1%

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

97.6%

97.1%

99.9%

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

97.6%

97.1%

SolarRiver

5200TL-D

97.6%

97.1%

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11.4 General data

Model

Dimensions(W/H/D) [mm]

Weight [kg]

Operating temperature range [°C]

Ingress protection

Topology

Internal consumption

(night) [W ]

Cooling concept

Noise (typical) [dB]

LCD display

Communication

Standard warranty [year]

SolarRiver

3400TL-D

SolarRiver

4000TL-D

SolarRiver

4500TL-D

SolarRiver

5000TL-D

520 / 380/ 175

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SolarRiver

5200TL-D

-20~+60

IP65 tansformerless

<3

Convection

<30

3.5inch TFT LCD

Ethernet optional for RS485/GPRS/WiFi

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12 Guarantees

Samil Power Co., Ltd offers 5 years warranty service for SolarRiver-D inverter. Warranty period is from

the date of installation. But the longest period don’t exceed 66 months from the date of delivering goods.

During the warranty period, Samil Power Co., Ltd guarantees normal function of the SolarRiver-D

inverter. If there are faults within our responsibility, we will provide maintenance free of charge.

During the warranty period, if inverter appears malfunction or fault, please contact your dealer or

installation contractor.

The followings are not included in the scope of warranty:

√ Use SolarRiver-D inverter for other purpose;

√ Install incorrectly or not conform to the rule;

√ Improper operation

√ Useunqualified protection when working;

√ Modify the equipment without authority;

√ Damage because of external factors or the majeure force(such as lightning, over-voltage, bad weather,

and fire, earthquake, tsunami and so on);

√ Poor ventilation;

√ Don’t comply with the relevant safety regulations;

√ Transportation damage.

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Guarantees

Appendix:

Apple

Corega

Belkin

Buffalo

Cisco

Linksys

AirPort Express with 802.11n

AirPort Extreme Simultaneous dual-band 802.11n

AirPort Extreme Simultaneous dual-band 802.11n (Late 2009)

Apple

CG-WLR300NNH

CG-WLR300NM

IEEE802.11b/g/n Wireless Broadband AP/Router

N Wireless Router

N+ Wireless Router

Enhanced Wireless Router

Belkin N Wireless Router

N+ Wireless Router

N Wireless Modem Router

Belkin Router

Belkin Router

Belkin Router

Belkin Wireless Modem Router

Belkin Wireless Modem Router

Belkin Modem Router

Surf Wireless Router

Share Max Wireless Router

Surf N300 Wireless N Router

Surf N300 Wireless N Router

Connect N150 Wireless Router

Connect N150 Wireless Router

BUFFALO Nfiniti Router WHR-HP-G300N

BUFFALO AirStation WHR-HP-GN

BUFFALO Nfiniti Router WHR-G301N

BUFFALO Nfiniti Accesspoint WLAE-AG300N

BUFFALO Nfiniti Router WZR-HP-AG300H

BUFFALO Nfiniti Router WZR-HP-G302H

BUFFALO-WZR-AMPG144NH

Wireless-N Gigabit Router

Wireless-N Home Router

Wireless-N Access Point with Dual-Band

Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router

F7D2401 v1,

F7D2401-B v1

F7D3402 v1

F7D2301

F7D3301

F7D2301 V3000

F7D6301 V3000

F7D5301 V3000

F7D1301 V3000

WHR-HP-G300N

WHR-HP-GN

WHR-G301N

WLAE-AG300N

WZR-HP-AG300H

WZR-HP-G302H

WZR-AMPG144NH

WRT310Nv2

WRT120N

WAP610N

E2000

A1264

A1301

A1354

A1143

CG-WLR300NNH

CG-WLR300NM

CG-WLR300GNE

F5D8236-4 v2

F5D8235-4 v2

F6D4230-4 v2

F5D8236-4 v3000

F5D8235-4 v3

F5D8636-4 v2

F7D3302 v1

F7D4302 v1

F7D4301 v1

F7D1401 v1

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D-Link

IO Data

Motorola

NEC

Netgear

Wireless-N Broadband Router

Wireless-N Broadband Router

Wireless-N Gigabit Router

Wireless-N Broadband Router

Wireless-N Gigabit Router

Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router

Wireless-N Broadband Router

Wireless-N Broadband Router

Linksys

Cisco AIR-AP1231G-A-K9

Linksys WRT54

Cisco Aironet

Cisco Controller AP

Cisco Controller

IEEE 802.11 b/g/N Wireless Router / DIR-605

D-Link DIR-615 Wireless N Router

IEEE 802.11 b/g/N Wireless Router /DIR-605.B2

WIRELESS N 150 HOME ROUTER / DIR-600 V.B4

DIR-815 Wireless N Dual Band Router / DIR-815 v1.00

Wireless N 8 port router

IEEE 802.11 Wireless N 150 Home Router / DIR-501

IEEE 802.11 Wireless N Router / DIR-515

IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n wireless Access Point / DAP-2690

IEEE 802.11 b/g Mobile Wireless Router / DIR-412

Dlink G730AP v2

I-O DATA WN-G54/DCR

Symbol AP-5131

Aterm WR4100N

NEC PA-WR8170N-HP

NEC PA-WR8700N-HP

Wireless-N 300 Router

Wireless-N 150 Router

Wireless-N 300 Router

Wireless-N 150 Router

N150 Wireless Router

N150 Wireless Router

Powerline AV 200 Wireless-N Extender XAVN2001

N300 Wireless Router with USB

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DIR-615E3/E4

DIR-605.B2

DIR-600 V.B4

DIR-815 v1.00

DIR-632

DIR-501

DIR-515

DAP-2690

DIR-412

G730AP v2

WN-G54/DCR

AP5131

WR4100N

PA-WR8170N-HP

PA-WR8700N-HP

JWNR2000

WNR1000v2

E1000

M10

M20

E1000(v2.1)

M20

E2000

E1000(v2)

M10(v2)

WRT54G v8

AIR-AP1231G-A-K9

WRT54 G2 v1

Aironet 1200

1130G

1242AG

DIR-605

WNR2000v2

WNR612v2

WNR1000v3

WGR614v10

XAVN2001

WNR2200

Proxim

TP-Link

Planex

ProSafe Dual Band Wireless-N Access Point

ProSafe Wireless-N Access Point

WGR614 v9

Orinoco AP-700

Proxim ORiNOCO

150Mbps Wireless Lite N Router

150Mbps Wireless Lite-N Router

300Mbps Wireless N Router

TP-LINK Wireless N Access Point

TP-LINK 300Mbps Wireless N Access Point

Planex-MZK-MF300N

Guarantees

WNDAP350

WNAP320

WGR614 v9

Orinoco AP-700

AP-600

TL-WR740N

TL-WR741ND

TL-WR841N

TL-WA901ND

TL-WA801ND

MZK-MF300N

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SAMIL POWER CO., LTD.

Marketing & Sales Office

Add: No.52,Huigu Innovation Park, Huishan District,

Wuxi,Jiangsu Province,P.R.China 214174

Tel: +86 510 83593131

Fax: +86 510 81819678

E-mail:[email protected]

http://www.samilpower.com

Factory

Add: No.66 Taihangshan Road,

Suyu Economic Development Zone, Suqian City,

Jiangsu Province, P.R.China 223800

Tel: +86 527 88754666

Fax: +86 527 84453877

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