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USERS MANUAL
Mass Charger Alarm
Interface
GMDSS - Global Maritime Distress & Safety System
MASTERVOLT
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1105 AN Amsterdam
The Netherlands
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
v 2.1 January 2013
1 GENERAL INFORMATION.............................................................................................................................................. 3 1.1 Use of this manual.............................................................................................................................................. 3 1.2 Validity of this manual ........................................................................................................................................ 3 1.3 Guarantee specifications .................................................................................................................................... 3 1.4 Quality ................................................................................................................................................................ 3 1.5 Liability ............................................................................................................................................................... 3 1.6 Identification label ............................................................................................................................................... 3 1.7 Changes to the GMDSS Interface ...................................................................................................................... 3 2 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES ...................................................................................................................... 4 2.1 Warnings and symbols ....................................................................................................................................... 4 2.2 Use for intended purpose ................................................................................................................................... 4 2.3 Organizational measures ................................................................................................................................... 4 2.4 Maintenance & repair ......................................................................................................................................... 4 2.5 General safety and installation precautions ........................................................................................................ 4 2.6 Warning regarding life support applications........................................................................................................ 5 2.7 Warning regarding the use of batteries. ............................................................................................................. 5 3 OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................................... 6 3.1 Introduction......................................................................................................................................................... 6 3.2 Storage of set points .......................................................................................................................................... 6 3.3 Display functions ................................................................................................................................................ 6 3.3.1 Main Menu ......................................................................................................................................... 7 3.3.2 Install menu ....................................................................................................................................... 7 3.4 Alarms ................................................................................................................................................................ 9 3.4.1 Alarms handling ................................................................................................................................. 9 3.4.2 Mute the audible alarm ...................................................................................................................... 9 3.5 Maintenance ....................................................................................................................................................... 9 3.6 Problem solving .................................................................................................................................................. 9 4 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING...................................................................................................................... 10 4.1 Things you need ............................................................................................................................................... 10 4.2 Directions for installation .................................................................................................................................. 10 4.3 Connection ....................................................................................................................................................... 11 4.4 Installation drawing ........................................................................................................................................... 12 4.5 Settings on the battery charger ........................................................................................................................ 13 4.6 Commissioning ................................................................................................................................................. 14 4.7 Decommissioning ............................................................................................................................................. 14 4.8 Storage and transportation ............................................................................................................................... 14 4.9 Re-installation................................................................................................................................................... 14 5 TROUBLE SHOOTING .................................................................................................................................................. 15 6 TECHNICAL DATA ........................................................................................................................................................ 16 6.1 Wiring details GMDSS interface ....................................................................................................................... 16 6.2 Technical specifications ................................................................................................................................... 17 6.3 Ordering Information ........................................................................................................................................ 17 7 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ........................................................................................................................ 18 2
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GENERAL INFORMATION
1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
USE OF THIS MANUAL
1.3
This manual serves as a guideline for the safe and
effective operation, maintenance and possible correction
of minor malfunctions of the GMDSS Mass Charger Alarm
Interface, in this manual also named as “GMDSS
Interface” or “product”
It is therefore obligatory that every person who works on or
with the GMDSS Interface must be completely familiar with
the contents of this manual, and that he/she carefully
follows the instructions contained herein.
Installation of, and work on the GMDSS Interface may be
carried out only by qualified, authorised and trained
personnel, consistent with the locally applicable standards
and taking into consideration the safety guidelines and
measures (chapter 2 of this manual).
Keep this manual at a secure place!
The English version has 20 pages.
1.2
GUARANTEE SPECIFICATIONS
Mastervolt guarantees that the product has been built
according to the legally applicable standards and
specifications. Should work take place, which is not in
accordance with the guidelines, instructions and
specifications contained in this users manual, then
damage may occur and/or the product may not fulfil its
specifications. All of these matters may mean that the
guarantee becomes invalid.
The guarantee is limited to the costs of repair and/or
replacement of the product. Costs for installation labour or
shipping of the defective parts are not covered by this
guarantee.
1.4
QUALITY
During their production and prior to their delivery, all of our
units are tested and inspected. The standard guarantee
period is two years after date of purchase.
VALIDITY OF THIS MANUAL
Copyright © 2011 Mastervolt. All rights reserved.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all
of the contents in this document in any form without the
prior written permission of Mastervolt is prohibited.
All of the specifications, provisions and instructions
contained in this manual apply solely to standard versions
of the GMDSS Interface delivered by Mastervolt.
This manual is only valid for the following models:
Description
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C1
enlarged cabinet
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C2
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C3
MasterVision GMDSS Interface
MV GMDSS-Interface panel Front
Mounting
1.5
LIABILITY
Mastervolt can accept no liability for:
• consequential damage due to use of the GMDSS
Interface;
• possible errors in the manuals and the results thereof.
1.6
IDENTIFICATION LABEL
Part number
21709150*
21709200*
21709300*
70400050
70400060
* This version of the GMDSS Interface may be delivered as an integrated
part in the casing of a Mass battery charger
For other models see other manuals available on our
website: www.mastervolt.com
Figure 1: Identification label
The identification label is located on the rear side of the
GMDSS Interface (see figure 1) Important technical
information required for service, maintenance & secondary
delivery of parts can be derived from the identification
label.
CAUTION!
Never remove the identification label.
1.7
CHANGES TO THE GMDSS INTERFACE
Changes to the GMDSS Interface may be carried out only
after obtaining the written permission of Mastervolt.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
2 SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
2.1
WARNINGS AND SYMBOLS
2.3
Safety instructions and warnings are marked in this
manual by the following pictograms:
A procedure, circumstance,
deserves extra attention.
etc
which
The user must always:
•
have access to the user's manual;
•
be familiar with the contents of this manual. This
applies in particular to chapter 2, Safety
Guidelines and Measures.
CAUTION!
2.4
Special data, restrictions and rules with regard
to preventing damage.
1
If the GMDSS Interface and/or the Mass Battery
Charger is switched off during maintenance and/or
repair activities, it should be secured against
unexpected and unintentional switching on:
•
Remove and tag out the fuse(s) from the AC
supply or;
•
Switch off and tag out the AC circuit breaker;
•
Switch off and tag out the connection with the
batteries and remove the fuses;
•
Take adequate precautions to ensure that third
parties cannot reverse the measures taken.
2
If maintenance and repairs are required, use only
original spare parts.
WARNING
A WARNING refers to possible injury to the
user or significant material damage to the
charger if the user does not (carefully) follow
the procedures.
2.2
1
2
USE FOR INTENDED PURPOSE
The GMDSS Interface is constructed as per the
applicable safety-technical guidelines.
Use the GMDSS Interface only:
•
In combination with a Mastervolt Mass series
battery charger
•
in an approved application
•
in a technical correct condition;
•
in a closed, well-ventilated room, protected
against rain, moisture, dust and non condensing
circumstances;
•
observing the instructions in the user’s manual
2.5
•
•
WARNING
3
Never use the GMDSS Interface in situations
where there is danger of gas or dust explosion
or potentially flammable products!
•
Use of the GMDSS Interface other than mentioned in
point 2 is not considered to be consistent with the
intended purpose. Mastervolt is not liable for any
damage resulting from the above.
•
•
•
•
•
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ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
GENERAL SAFETY AND INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
Do not expose the GMDSS Interface to rain, snow,
spray, moisture, excessive pollution and condensing
circumstances.
Short circuiting or reversing polarity will lead to serious
damage to batteries, GMDSS Interface and the wiring.
Fuses between the batteries and the Interface can not
prevent damage caused by reversed polarity and the
warranty will be void.
Protect the DC wiring with fuses, according to the
guidelines in this manual.
Connection and protection must be done in
accordance with local standards.
Do not work on the Interface or system if it is still
connected to a power source. Only allow changes in
your electrical system to be carried out by qualified
electricians.
Check the wiring and connections at least once a year.
Defects such as loose connections, burned cables etc.
must be corrected immediately.
Do not touch the equipment when wet or if your hands
are clammy.
To open the cabinet of the Mass Battery Charger,
follow the instructions as stated in the user’s manual of
the battery charger.
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SAFETY GUIDELINES AND MEASURES
2.6
WARNING REGARDING LIFE SUPPORT
APPLICATIONS
Mastervolt products are not sold for applications in any
medical equipment intended for use as a component of
any life support system unless a specific written
agreement pertaining to such intended use is executed
between the manufacturer and Mastervolt. Such
agreement will require the equipment manufacturer either
to contract additional reliability testing of the Interface
parts and/or to commit to undertake such testing as a part
of the manufacturing process. In addition the manufacturer
must agree to indemnify and not hold Mastervolt
responsible for any claims arising from the use of the
GMDSS Interface parts in the life support equipment.
2.7
WARNING REGARDING
BATTERIES.
THE
USE
OF
Excessive battery discharge and/or high charging voltages
can cause serious damage to batteries. Do not exceed the
recommended limits of discharge level of your batteries.
Avoid short circuiting batteries, as this may result in
explosion and fire hazard. Installation of the batteries and
adjustments of the Battery charger and the GMDSS
Interface should only be undertaken by authorised
personnel!
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OPERATION
3 OPERATION
Select button
Green LED’s:
status OK
Audible Alarm
Red LED’s:
Status Alarm
Mute button
LCD display
Figure 2: Operation of the GMDSS Interface
3.1
INTRODUCTION
3.2
The GMDSS Interface is used for monitoring of the
accumulator battery and Mass charger of the backup
power supply for the radio installations. Battery voltage
and current can be made visible by means of an
integrated LCD-display and audible failure alarms are set
according to the regulations of the I.M.O.
The GMDSS Interface is intended for installations with
one battery bank and one Mastervolt Mass series battery
charger. If two chargers are required, Mastervolt
recommends the installation of two GMDSS interfaces.
The GMDSS Interface contains separate alarm
indicators for indication of AC failure, charger failure and
low and high battery alarm. The GMDSS Interface is
equipped with three potential free change over contacts
to make a link to the ship’s global alarm system. The
GMDSS Interface is standard equipped with an external
5V/50mA unregulated power supply for integration with
the ships global alarm system. The GMDSS Interface
offers the possibility to power external (LED-) indicators,
buzzer and external mute switch (alarm accept) directly.
STORAGE OF SET POINTS
The charger set points F8 till F12 (see section 3.3.2) are
stored into the EEprom memory of the Mass series
battery charger. In case off loss of AC or DC power, the
GMDSS interface reads back the set points which are
stored into the charger. This means that the GMDSS
interface will not loose the DC-alarm set points in case
AC or DC power failure.
Other set-points like display setting and charge current
% are stored into the memory of the GMDSS Interface
itself and may get lost in case of DC power failure.
3.3
DISPLAY FUNCTIONS
The actual status and user specific information of the
battery system and battery charger is displayed at the
LCD display. See figure 2.
Other features:
• Display backlight;
• Integrated Status LED indicators for DC voltage alarm,
Charger alarm and AC mains alarm;
• Easy programming of battery alarm set points
• Audible alarm function with mute function;
• Three potential-free switch over contacts for DC
voltage alarm, Charger alarm and AC mains alarm;
• Test mode function;
• Shunt included in the delivery
• Wide DC-voltage operating range
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OPERATION
3.3.1
Main Menu
The Main Menu offers a quick status overview of the
battery system and battery charger. It is immediately
accessible by pressing the Select button shortly. None of
the displayed information can be modified at this menu.
There are two modes to display the measured parameters
at the Main Menu:
• Standard menu. If this mode is chosen, all below
mentioned screens will be shown, except the screen
marked with *. (Install menu, F2 = OFF)
• Short menu. If this mode is chosen, the screens which
are marked with ** will not be shown. (Install menu, F2
= ON)
3.3.2
Install menu
The Install menu is used to adjust the GMDSS-Interface
in accordance with the electrical installation.
To enter the Install Menu, hold the Select button pressed
for at least 1 second.
To leave the Install Menu wait 20 seconds or scroll to
RETURN and hold the Select button pressed until you
return to the Main Menu.
Touch the Select button shortly to scroll
through the functions as described below.
If a value can be adjusted, the display shows
an arrow. When the arrow is pointing
downwards (È) the displayed value can be
decreased by pressing the Mute button
shortly. If the arrow is pointing upwards (Ç)
the value can be increased.
To change the direction of this arrow, hold the
Select button pressed until the pointing
direction of the arrow changes.
The desired mode can be selected at the Install menu,
function F2 (see section 3.3.2).
If the GMDSS Interface is adjusted to the
Standard menu, and function F1: Scroll main
menu is set to ON, scrolling through the Main
Menu is done automatically. If the function F1:
Scroll main menu is set to OFF, you can scroll
through the Main Menu by touching the Select
button shortly.
M 24/25
Bulk
26.4V
024.0A
CHG CUR.
089%
BAT VOLT
26.4V
BAT CUR.
024.0A
To protect the GMDSS-Interface against
unintended adjustment of set points, the Lock
all settings function is activated every time
you enter the Install menu. When activated
(“ON”), the settings mentioned in this chapter
cannot be changed. See F0 Lock all settings
to unlock.
Status charger
Shows the model of the connected
Mass series battery charger and the
actual charge stage of the Three
Stage Charge algorithm.
Voltage and charge current*
Shows the actual battery voltage
(Volt) and the charge current (Amps).
Charge current**
Shows the actual charge current (%)
as percentage of the nominal charge
current.
Battery voltage **
Shows the actual battery voltage
(Volt).
Battery current**
Shows the actual charge current
(Amps).
F0: Lock all settings
To unlock the settings of the GMDSS Interface, hold the
Select button pressed until this function switches to OFF.
Factory setting: ON
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
F1: Scroll main menu
If this function is set to ON, scrolling through the Main
Menu is done automatically. If set to OFF, you can scroll
through the Main Menu manually by touching the Select
button.
Factory setting: ON
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
F2: Main menu short
If this function is set to OFF, all screens mentioned in
section 3.3.1 will be shown, except screen marked with *.
If set to ON, screens marked with ** will not be shown.
Factory setting: OFF
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
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OPERATION
F3: Scroll text
When set to ON, the entire text of the function is
displayed at the Install menu. When set to OFF, only the
function number is displayed.
Example for the Back light function.
If F3: Scroll text set to OFF, “F7” will be displayed. If this
function is set to ON “F7: Back light” will be displayed.
Factory setting: OFF
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
F4: Buzzer active
Press the Mute button shortly to toggle the operation of the
Audible alarm.
Factory setting: ON
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
F5: Prelow Alarm
To enable the Pre-low alarm function, this setting must be
switched to ON. See F13: Prelow Alarm 0…10% for
details
Factory setting: ON
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
F6: Software Version
This function shows the installed software version of the
GMDSS Interface; this value cannot be changed.
F7: Back light
If Backlight is set to Auto, the backlight of the display will
switch off automatically if the buttons are not touched for
10 seconds. As soon as one of the buttons is touched, the
display’s backlight and the LED-bar will be lit again for an
easy reading of the display.
Press the Mute button shortly to toggle this function.
Factory setting: Auto
Adjustable range: ON/OFF/Auto
F8: Low Battery Alarm ON
If the battery voltage drops below this value, the alarm
function will be activated after the “Alarm Delay” time has
elapsed; see F12.
Factory setting: 10.0V/20.0V depending on the nominal
battery voltage
Adjustable range:8.0…18.0V/18.0…36.0V
F9: Low Battery Alarm OFF
When the battery voltage rises above this level after a Low
Battery Alarm, the alarm function will be deactivated again.
Factory setting: 11.0V/22.0V depending on the nominal
battery voltage
Adjustable range:8.0…18.0V/18.0…36.0V
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F10: High Battery Alarm ON
When the battery voltage rises above this level, the alarm
function will be activated without delay.
Factory setting: 16.0V/32.0V depending on the nominal
battery voltage
Adjustable range:8.0…18.0V/18.0…36.0V
F11: High Battery Alarm OFF
When the battery voltage drops below this level after a
High Battery Alarm, the alarm function will be deactivated
again.
Factory setting: 15.5V/31.0V depending on the nominal
battery voltage
Adjustable range:8.0…18.0V/18.0…36.0V
F12: Alarm delay Low Battery
The “alarm delay time” can be set to delay the alarm
function when the DC-voltage drops below the Low Battery
Alarm On set point (F8). This delay is to prevent a false
alarm as a result of a temporary voltage drop, because of
switching on a heavy load.
Factory setting: 30 seconds
Adjustable range: 3…60 seconds
F13: Prelow Alarm 0…10%
The “Pre-low alarm level” marks the voltage below which
the audible alarm is activated. This function can serve as
a pre-warning before the battery voltage drops below the
Low Battery Alarm ON level (Function F8) which will
result in a DC-status alarm. Note that this threshold
value is always above the Low Battery Alarm ON level
(F8).
Factory setting: 5% above the Low Battery Alarm On level
Adjustable range:0…10%
F14: Charger current control
The Maximum charge current is set by default at the
maximum charge current of the Mass series battery
charger. Here you can adjust the maximum charge
current
Factory setting: 100% of the maximum charge current.
Adjustable range: 20…100%
F15: Charger in force float
By default, the Mass series battery charger will charge
the battery following a three stage charge program. For
special applications, the battery charger allows you to
change the three stage charge program to a single stage
charging program by activating the function "Charger in
force float” Refer to the User’s manual of the battery
charger for details.
Factory setting: OFF
Adjustable range: ON/OFF
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OPERATION
F16: Restore charger and GMDSS to factory settings
Hold the Mute button pressed for three seconds to
restore the factory settings
F17: Test alarm
With this function you can check the correct operation of
each alarm function and to test the audible alarm. Press
the Mute button to simulate below mentioned alarm
functions step by step.
0 = Test mode disabled (factory setting)
1 = Test Audible alarm
2 = Test DC voltage alarm,
3 = Test Charger alarm
4 = Test AC mains alarm
F18: LCD Contrast
To adjust the contrast of the display, press the Mute
button.
RETURN
If you want to exit the Install menu to return to the Main
Menu, hold the Select button pressed until you return.
Else press the Select button shortly to return to F0: Lock
all setting
3.4
ALARMS
See also section 4.5 for battery charger
settings.
3.4.1
Alarms handling
If one of the below mentioned alarm functions is triggered,
the audible alarm will be activated and the corresponding
relay contact will be activated. The origin of the alarm is
made visible by means of the status LED’s.
DC Status.
The battery voltage is out of range. Possible causes:
• Battery voltage is below the Low Battery Alarm On
level (F8)
• Battery voltage is above the High Battery Alarm On
level (F10)
Charger
The battery charger is not working properly. Possible
causes:
• Battery sense error
• Charger temperature too high
• Short circuit at the DC-output of the battery charger
• Temperature sense error
• Communication cable between battery charger and
GMDSS Interface not connected
AC Mains
An AC Mains alarm may indicate:
• No AC present at the AC input of the battery charger.
• Battery charger is switched off by means of the
ON/OFF switch on the battery charger
3.4.2
Mute the audible alarm
The audible alarm is muted by pressing the mute button.
A new event will reactivate the alarm sound. The display
will show the alarm status.
3.5
MAINTENANCE
For a reliable and optimum function of the GMDSS
Interface, the following is required:
•
3.6
Check at least once a year if all cable and wire
connections are still firmly connected.
PROBLEM SOLVING
Refer to section 5 if a problem occurs
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INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
4 INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
4.2
WARNING
During installation and commissioning of the
GMDSS Interface, the Safety Guidelines &
Measures are applicable at all times. See
chapter 2 of this manual.
4.1
THINGS YOU NEED
Make sure you have all the parts you need to install the
GMDSS Interface:
Materials:
; The GMDSS Interface (included);
; A 500Amp/50mV shunt (included) for the current
measurement of the battery bank;
… A 6-wire modular communications cable (RJ12, cross
wired) to connect the GMDSS-interface to the Mass
series battery charger;
… 2x0.25mm² twisted pair wire, long enough to reach
from the shunt to the GMDSS Interface;
… Wires 0.25mm² for voltage sensing of the battery bank
and for the DC power supply of the GMDSS Interface
… Fuse holders with 2 A-T fuses to be integrated in the
voltage sensing lines and the DC power supply;
… As short as possible heavy duty battery cable,
finished with cable lugs, to run from the minus pole of
the battery to the shunt. Cable thickness must be in
accordance with the electrical installation. Refer to the
installation manual of the Mass Battery charger for
recommendations on DC-wiring;
DIRECTIONS FOR INSTALLATION
Obey the following stipulations during installation:
• The GMDSS-Interface is designed for indoor use only;
• Ambient temperature: 0 … 60°C / 32°F … 140°F;
• Humidity: 0-95% non condensing;
• The GMDSS Interface can be mounted into the
enclosure of the Mastervolt Mass series battery
charger or as remote panel (refer to specifications for
ordering information);
• Do not install the GMDSS Interface straight above the
batteries because of possible corrosive sulphur fumes;
• According to the regulations for GMDSS systems the
panel must be installed at a position which is visible
from where the ship is normally navigated;
• For good visibility avoid installing the GMDSS Interface
in direct sunlight;
• The audible alarm and LED indicators, voltage and
current meters can be powered by an independent DC
power supply with operating voltage ranging from 8 to
32 VDC;
• Keep all wires as short as possible;
• Keep the voltage and current sensing wiring away from
other noise producing conductors;
• Take adequate measures to avoid corrosion of the
wires and connections.
We recommend as a minimum tool kit:
… A saw to make a cut-out in the instrument panel (part
nos. 70400050 and 70400060 only);
… A wire cutter / stripper;
… A crimping tool for cable terminals;
… A cross-head screw driver;
… 2 mm and 5 mm flat blade screwdrivers.
A complete set of spanners, pliers and wrenches may be
helpful during the installation of the GMDSS Interface
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4.3
CONNECTION
6
Insert the RJ12 connector into modular socket at the
rear side of the GMDSS Panel.
7
Insert the RJ12 connector on the other side of the
communication cable into the RS232 port inside the
connection compartment of the Mass series battery
charger. Refer to the user’s manual of the Mass
battery charger, section “Connection of accessories”
for details.
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Connect the other wiring of the GMDSS Interface as
indicated in figure 4 but do not place the fuses yet!
WARNING
Disconnect the electrical power:
•
Switch off all consumers;
•
Switch off all charging systems;
•
Remove all battery fuses;
•
Check with a suitable voltmeter
whether the entire DC installation is
voltage free.
1
Depending on the model of the GMDSS Interface:
•
Make 168 x 53 mm cut out in the instrumentation
panel, or
•
Integrate the GMDSS Interface in your
Mastervision panel, or
•
Replace the existing the front cover plate of the
battery charger by the GMDSS Interface
2
Install the shunt of the GMDSS Interface as close as
possible to the battery bank.
3
Disconnect the wiring from the negative battery pole.
4
See figure 4. Place the shunt between the negative
wires and the negative battery pole using the heavy
duty battery cable.
Do not exchange the DC wiring of the load
side with the battery side.
5
Run the 6 pole modular communication cable
between the battery charger and the GMDSS
Interface.
Do not exchange the twisted wires: the load
side must be connected to terminal 5, the
battery side must be connected to terminal 6.
Battery cables must be
connected here
Twisted wires must
be connected here
Figure 3: Shunt connections.
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Option: Connect the wiring of the auxiliary
components such as potential free relay contacts.
Refer to section 6.1.
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INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
4.4
INSTALLATION DRAWING
DC Load
This schematic is to illustrate the general placement of the GMDSS Interface in a circuit. It is not meant to provide detailed
wiring instructions for any particular electrical installation.
Figure 4: Installation drawing of the GMDSS Interface
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INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
4.5
SETTINGS ON THE BATTERY CHARGER
To communicate correctly with the GMDSS interface, the
continuous monitoring mode should be enabled on the
Mass series battery charger:
To do so, DIP-switches 1 + 2 of the Mass battery charger
must be adjusted to the ON position
Please note that when the Continuous monitoring mode is
enabled, the micro processor in the battery charger will
stay active and drain a very small current of ±25mA when
the charger has no AC supply
If the continuous monitoring mode is not
enabled, the GMDSS Interface may show
incorrect alarms!
Figure 5: Location of the DIP-switches at battery charger
model Mass 24/25-2 (DNV)
Refer to the user’s manual of the Mass battery
charger for details about adjustment of the
DIP switches. Adjust the DIP-switches prior to
commissioning of the battery charger!
CAUTION!
Invalid settings of the Mass Charger can
cause serious damage to your batteries
and/or the connected load! Adjustments of
settings may be undertaken by authorised
personnel only.
Figure 6: Location of the DIP-switches at battery charger
models Mass 12/60-2, Mass 12/80-2 and Mass 24/50-2
Figure 7: Location of the DIP-switches at battery charger
models Mass 24/75 and Mass 24/100
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INSTALLATION AND COMMISSIONING
4.6
COMMISSIONING
4.7
CAUTION!
Check the polarity of all wiring before
commissioning: plus connected to plus (red
cables), minus connected to minus (black
cables)
Follow the steps described below to switch on the GMDSS
Interface.
If it is necessary to put the GMDSS Interface out of
operation, follow the instructions in order of succession as
described below:
1
2
3
4
Mount this assembly into the instrumentation panel
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Tighten all cable glands of the battery charger to
ensure the pull relief
Check all wiring and connections
Close the front cover plate of the battery charger.
Beware that the wiring does not obstruct the cooling
fans and air flow.
If all wiring is OK, place the DC-fuse(s) to connect the
Interface to the DC power supply
The GMDSS Interface will switch on: an audible alarm
can be heard, all LED’s will illuminate for a few
seconds and a welcome message is shown on the
display.
If required, go to the Install menu to adjust the
GMDSS-Interface in accordance with the electrical
installation (refer to section 3.3.2)
Test the alarm functions of the GMDSS Interface; see
function F17 of the Install menu (refer to section 3.3.2)
DECOMMISSIONING
5
Switch off the battery charger
Remove the DC-fuse(s) of the DC-distribution and/or
disconnect the batteries.
Remove the fuses from the DC power supply and the
voltage sensing wires
Check with a suitable voltage meter whether the
inputs and the outputs of the GMDSS Interface are
voltage free.
Disconnect all the wiring
Now the GMDSS Interface can be demounted in a safe
way.
4.8
STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
When not installed, store the Interface in the original
packing, in a dry and dust free environment.
Always use the original packing for transportation. Contact
your local Mastervolt Service Centre for further details if
you want to return the apparatus for repair.
4.9
RE-INSTALLATION
To reinstall the GMDSS Interface, follow the instructions
as described in this chapter (chapter 4).
Now the GMDSS Interface is ready for operation.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
5 TROUBLE SHOOTING
If you cannot solve a problem with the aid of this table, contact your local Mastervolt Service Centre. See www.mastervolt.com.
Make sure you have the Article and serial number (see section 1.6) as well as the Software version (see section 3.3.2) of the
GMDSS-Interface present if you have to contact your local Mastervolt Service Centre to solve a problem.
Malfunction
No display function
Possible cause
Error in the wiring
No current measurement
Error in the wiring
Current measurement not
accurate
No load connected or batteries
are full.
Part of the load or charger is
connected at the battery side of
the shunt
Distortion on the shunt wiring
Corrosion on the shunt wiring
Voltage reading shows 0,00
Error in the wiring
Fuse (2A) blown
Parameter settings can not be
changed at the install menu
Back light and LED-bar switch
off after 10 seconds
The GMDSS Interface shows
incorrect alarms
Battery voltage less than 8 Volt
Batteries have been left standing
without being used for a longer
period
Adjustment of settings is locked
every time you enter the install
menu.
Setting for Backlight set to OFF
Wrong setting of the parameters
Wrong connection of relay contact
Communication between the
GMDSS-panel and the Battery
charger was interrupted
Alarm function is triggered by
a short time voltage dip
Audible alarm is not activated
when an Alarm occurs.
Wrong setting of the alarm delay
time.
Buzzer function deactivated.
What to do
Check wiring for errors especially the DC power supply
(section 4.3, step 8)
Check wiring for errors especially the twisted wires
between the shunt and the panel (section 4.3, step 8)
Check the load.
Check whether all connections to the negative pole are
connected at the load side of the shunt (section 4.3,
step 4)
Replace wiring by twisted pair cable between the shunt
and the panel (section 4.3, step 8). Keep this wiring
away from other nois producing conductors!
Replace wiring Take adequate measures to avoid
corrosion of the wires and connections!
Check wiring for errors especially the voltage sense
wires (section 4.3, step 8)
Investigate the cause of the blown fuse. Then replace
the fuse
Charge the battery
Recharge the batteries up to 100%.
Unlock the settings of the GMDSS Interface (see
section 3.3.2, F0)
Press one of the buttons or refer to section 3.3.2, F7 to
change the backlight settings.
See section 3.3.2, F8 till F12 for the correct setting of
the parameters.
Connect the external relay to the correct terminals (see
section 6.1)
Enable the Continuous monitoring mode on the battery
charger to keep alive the communication between the
GMDSS-panel and the Battery charger (see section
4.5).
Increase the delay time (see section 3.3.2, F12)
Switch on buzzer function (see section 3.3.2, F4)
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TECHNICAL DATA
6 TECHNICAL DATA
6.1
WIRING DETAILS GMDSS INTERFACE
1
12 13
24
Figure 8: overview of the terminals
Terminal
1
2
3
4
5
Designation
– SUPPLY
+ SUPPLY
– VSENSE
+ VSENSE
LOAD SHUNT
Description
DC Power Supply input, 8-32 V DC
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
BAT SHUNT
GND FAILURE REMOTE
DC- FAILURE REMOTE
CH- FAILURE REMOTE
AC FAILURE REMOTE
RST FAILURE REMOTE
+BZ FAILURE REMOTE
NO - DC ALARM
14
15
C - DC ALARM C
NC - DC ALARM
16
NO – CHARGE ALARM
17
18
C - CHARGE ALARM
NC - CHARGE ALARM
19
NO - AC ALARM
20
21
C - AC ALARM
NC - AC ALARM
22
23
24
RJ12
X - NA
EXT – 5V. /50mA
EXT + 5V. /50mA
Mass Charger QRS 232
Voltage Measurement 0..62V DC
Current measurement 500A / 50mV
Common GND for terminals 8 to 12
+5V / max 50mA output, active in case of DC Status alarm
+5V / max 50mA output, active in case of Charger alarm
+5V / max 50mA output, active in case of AC Mains
Input external mute button
+5V output for external mute button
This contact is closed to C - DC ALARM (terminal 14) when the DC is in range (status:
OK)
Common
This contact is closed to C - DC ALARM (terminal 14) when the DC is out of range
(status: Alarm)
This contact is closed to C – Charger (terminal 17) when the battery charger is
working properly (status: OK)
Common
This contact is closed to C – Charger (terminal 17) when the battery charger is not
working properly (status: Alarm)
This contact is closed to C – AC mains (terminal 20) when the AC voltage is in range
(status: OK)
Common
This contact is closed to C – AC mains (terminal 20) when the AC voltage is out of
range (status: Alarm)
Not connected
GND Aux. Power supply
+5V / max 50mA output Aux. Power supply (short circuit protected)
QRS. 232 communication to Mass Charger, 6 pole, RJ12, cross wired
See section 3.4 for an overview of conditions for the alarm functions
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TECHNICAL DATA
6.2
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Type:
Model
Article number
Fits in Battery charger:
Panel Dimensions
(w x h x d)
Dimensions shunt
Weight
Delivery includes:
Function of instrument
Manufacturer
Number of battery sets
Voltage Measurement
Voltage accuracy
Current Measurement
Current accuracy
Readout
Supply voltage
Supply current
Safe compass distance
Shunt
Alarm contacts
6.3
Mass Charger Alarm Interface - GMDSS Interface
MasterVision
C1-enlarged cabinet C2
C3
70400050
21709150
21709200
21709300
n/a
Mass 24/25-2 DNV
Mass 12/60-2
Mass 24/75,
(flush mounted panel)
Mass 12/80-2
Mass 24/100
Mass 24/50-2
180 x 65 x 40 mm
To be integrated in
To be integrated in
To be integrated in
Cut-out: 168 x 53 mm
the battery charger
the battery charger
the battery charger
84 x 44 x 44 mm - M8
84 x 44 x 44 mm - M8 84 x 44 x 44 mm - M8 84 x 44 x 44 mm - M8
400 gr (excl. shunt)
500 gr (excl. shunt);
500 gr (excl. shunt);
500 gr (excl. shunt);
1000 gr (incl. shunt)
1100 gr (incl. shunt)
1100 gr (incl. shunt)
1100 gr (incl. shunt)
Interface, shunt, user’s manual
Monitoring of the status of the battery and battery charger (12/24V DC)
Mastervolt, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
1
0 – 62.7V DC (0.1V resolution); a 12V or 24V system is detected automatically.
± 0.2V @ 12V, ± 0.4V @ 24V
- 500 … 500 Amp
± 2A (<45A), ± 4A (>45A)
LCD display and status LED’s for DC voltage alarm, Charger alarm and AC mains alarm
8-32 V DC
110mA(@12V) / 65mA(@24V), Normal operation mode without activated relays
Standard 1 meter; Steering: 0.3mm
500 Amp / 50 mV (included with the delivery)
Potential-free switch over contacts for DC voltage alarm, Charger alarm and AC mains alarm,
Maximum switching current: 1 Amp
ORDERING INFORMATION
Part number
39019052
6801601100
6801601200
Description
Single shunt 500A/50mV*
Cable 3x2x0.25 mm² twisted stranded wires (per meter)
Cable 4x2x0.25 mm² twisted stranded wires (per meter)
6801601300
Cable 5x2x0.25 mm² twisted stranded wires (per meter)
6502001030
Modular RJ 12/ cross wired communication cable (6 m. / 19 ft.)
6502100100
Modular RJ 12/ cross wired communication cable (10 m. / 33 ft.)
6502100150
Modular RJ 12/ cross wired communication cable (15 m. / 48 ft.)
* These parts are standard included with the delivery of the GMDSS Interface
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
7 EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We,
Manufacturer
Address
Mastervolt
Snijdersbergweg 93
1105 AN Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Declare under our sole responsibility that
Product:
21709150*
21709200*
21709300*
70400050
70400060
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C1
enlarged cabinet
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C2
GMDSS Interface incl. top cover C3
MasterVision GMDSS Interface
MV GMDSS-Interface panel Front Mounting
Is in conformity with the provisions of the following EC directives:
•
2004/108/EC (EMC directive); the following harmonized standards have been applied:
o EN 61000-6-3: 2007 Emission household equipment
o EN 61000-6-2: 2007 Immunity industrial
•
2006/95/EC (Safety directive); the following harmonized standard has been applied:
o EN 60950-1:2001+ A11:2004 (Low voltage standard)
Amsterdam,
H.A. Poppelier
Product Manager Marine & Mobile
Mastervolt
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