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Operating Instructions
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Selectiva 1020E / 1030E / 2010E /
2015E / 2020E / 2032E / 2040E
Battery charging system
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Dear reader,
Introduction
Thank you for the trust you have placed in our company and congratulations on buying this
high-quality Fronius product. These instructions will help you familiarise yourself with the
product. Reading the instructions carefully will enable you to learn about the many different
features it has to offer. This will allow you to make full use of its advantages.
Please also note the safety rules to ensure greater safety when using the product. Careful
handling of the product will repay you with years of safe and reliable operation. These are
essential prerequisites for excellent results.
The latest version of the operating instructions can be found on the Fronius website
"www.fronius.com".
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Contents
Safety rules ................................................................................................................................................
Explanation of safety symbols ..............................................................................................................
General .................................................................................................................................................
Proper use ............................................................................................................................................
Environmental conditions......................................................................................................................
Mains connection ..................................................................................................................................
Dangers from mains current and charging current ...............................................................................
Dangers from acid, gases and vapours ................................................................................................
General information regarding the handling of batteries.......................................................................
Protecting yourself and others ..............................................................................................................
Safety measures in normal operation ...................................................................................................
EMC Device Classifications ..................................................................................................................
EMC measures .....................................................................................................................................
Data protection......................................................................................................................................
Maintenance and repair ........................................................................................................................
Warranty and liability.............................................................................................................................
Safety inspection...................................................................................................................................
Safety symbols......................................................................................................................................
Disposal ................................................................................................................................................
Copyright...............................................................................................................................................
General information ...................................................................................................................................
Principle ................................................................................................................................................
Device concept .....................................................................................................................................
Warning notices on the device..............................................................................................................
Before commissioning................................................................................................................................
Safety....................................................................................................................................................
Proper use ............................................................................................................................................
Mains connection ..................................................................................................................................
Safety strategy - standard protection devices ......................................................................................
Control elements and connections.............................................................................................................
General .................................................................................................................................................
Control panel.........................................................................................................................................
Plugging in options................................................................................................................................
Connections ..........................................................................................................................................
Edge guard option.................................................................................................................................
Removing covers for connections and options .....................................................................................
Installation.............................................................................................................................................
Fitting the optional bracket and strain relief device for the charger lead...............................................
Charging the battery ..................................................................................................................................
Starting charging ..................................................................................................................................
Finishing charging.................................................................................................................................
Interrupting charging .............................................................................................................................
Setup menu................................................................................................................................................
General remarks ...................................................................................................................................
Accessing the Setup menu ...................................................................................................................
Selecting the characteristic type ...........................................................................................................
Troubleshooting .........................................................................................................................................
Safety....................................................................................................................................................
Protection devices.................................................................................................................................
Charging errors .....................................................................................................................................
Technical data............................................................................................................................................
Explanation ...........................................................................................................................................
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Safety rules
Explanation of
safety symbols
DANGER! Indicates immediate and real danger. If it is not avoided, death or serious injury will result.
WARNING! Indicates a potentially dangerous situation. Death or serious injury
may result if appropriate precautions are not taken.
CAUTION! Indicates a situation where damage or injury could occur. If it is not
avoided, minor injury and/or damage to property may result.
NOTE! Indicates a risk of flawed results and possible damage to the equipment.
IMPORTANT! Indicates tips for correct operation and other particularly useful information.
It does not indicate a potentially damaging or dangerous situation.
If you see any of the symbols depicted in the "Safety rules" chapter, special care is required.
General
The device is manufactured using state-of-the-art technology and according
to recognised safety standards. If used incorrectly or misused, however, it can
cause:
injury or death to the operator or a third party,
damage to the device and other material assets belonging to the operating company,
inefficient operation of the device.
All persons involved in commissioning, operating, maintaining and servicing
the device must:
be suitably qualified,
read and follow these operating instructions carefully.
The operating instructions must always be at hand wherever the device is being used. In addition to the operating instructions, attention must also be paid
to any generally applicable and local regulations regarding accident prevention and environmental protection.
All safety and danger notices on the device
must be in a legible state,
must not be damaged,
must not be removed,
must not be covered, pasted or painted over.
For the location of the safety and danger notices on the device, refer to the
section headed "General information" in the operating instructions for the device.
Before switching on the device, rectify any faults that could compromise safety.
This is for your personal safety!
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Proper use
The device is to be used exclusively for its intended purpose. Any use above
and beyond this purpose is deemed improper. The manufacturer is not liable
for any damage, or unexpected or incorrect results arising out of such misuse.
Proper use includes:
carefully reading and obeying all operating instructions and safety and
danger notices
performing all stipulated inspection and maintenance work
following all instructions from the battery and vehicle manufacturers
Proper handling of the device is essential for it to function correctly. The device
must never be pulled around by the cable.
Environmental
conditions
Operation or storage of the device outside the stipulated area will be deemed
as "not in accordance with the intended purpose". The manufacturer shall not
be liable for any damage resulting from such improper use.
For exact information on permitted environmental conditions, please refer to
the "Technical data" in the leaflet.
Mains connection
Devices with a higher rating may affect the energy quality of the mains due to
their current input.
This may affect a number of device types in terms of:
connection restrictions
criteria with regard to the maximum permissible mains impedance *)
criteria with regard to the minimum short-circuit power requirement *)
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at the interface with the public grid
see "Technical data"
In this case, the plant operator or the person using the device should check
whether the device may be connected, where appropriate by discussing the
matter with the power supply company.
NOTE! Ensure that the mains connection is earthed properly
Dangers from
mains current
and charging current
Anyone working with chargers exposes themselves to numerous dangers e.g.:
risk of electrocution from mains current and charging current
hazardous electromagnetic fields, which can risk the lives of those using
cardiac pacemakers
An electric shock can be fatal. Every electric shock is potentially life threatening. To avoid electric shocks while using the charger:
do not touch any live parts inside or on the outside of the charger.
under no circumstances touch the battery poles
do not short-circuit the charger lead or charging terminals
All cables and leads must be secured, undamaged, insulated and adequately
dimensioned. Loose connections, scorched, damaged or inadequately dimensioned cables and leads must be immediately repaired by authorised personnel.
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Batteries contain acid which is harmful to the eyes and skin. During charging,
gases and vapours are released that can harm health and are highly explosive
in certain circumstances.
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General information regarding the
handling of batteries
Only use the chargers in well ventilated areas to prevent the accumulation
of explosive gases. Battery areas are not deemed to be hazardous areas
provided that a concentration of hydrogen of less than 4 % can be guaranteed by the use of natural or forced ventilation.
Maintain a distance of at least 0.5 m (19.69 in.) between battery and
charger during the charging procedure. Possible sources of ignition, such
as fire and naked lights, must be kept away from the battery
The battery connection (e.g. charging terminals) must not be disconnected for any reason during charging
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On no account inhale any of the gases and vapours released
Make sure the area is well ventilated.
To prevent short circuits, do not place any tools or conductive metals on
the battery
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Battery acid must not get into the eyes, onto the skin or clothes. Wear protective goggles and suitable protective clothing. Rinse any acid splashes
thoroughly with clean water, and seek medical advice if necessary.
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Protect batteries from dirt and mechanical damage.
Store charged batteries in a cool place. Self discharge is kept to a minimum at approx. +2 °C (35.6 °F).
Every week, perform a visual inspection to ensure that the acid (electrolyte) level in the battery is at the Max. mark.
If any of the following occurs, do not start the device (or stop immediately
if already in use) and have the battery checked by an authorised workshop:
uneven acid levels and/or high water consumption in individual cells
caused by a possible fault.
heating of the battery over 55 °C (131 °F).
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Protecting yourself and others
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Dangers from acid, gases and vapours
While the charger is in operation, keep all persons, especially children, out of
the working area. If, however, there are people in the vicinity,
warn them about all the dangers (hazardous acids and gases, danger
from mains and charging current, etc.),
provide suitable protective equipment.
Before leaving the work area, ensure that people or property cannot come to
any harm in your absence.
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Safety measures
in normal operation
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EMC Device Classifications
Chargers with a ground conductor must only be operated on a mains supply
with a ground conductor and a socket with a ground conductor contact. If the
charger is operated on a mains supply without a ground conductor or in a
socket without a ground conductor contact, this will be deemed gross negligence. The manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage arising
from such usage.
Only operate the charger in accordance with the degree of protection shown
on the rating plate.
Never operate the charger if there is any evidence of damage.
Arrange for the mains cable to be checked regularly by a qualified electrician
to ensure the ground conductor is functioning properly.
Any safety devices and parts that are not functioning properly or are in imperfect condition must be repaired by a qualified technician before switching
on the charger.
Never bypass or disable protection devices.
After installation, an accessible mains plug is required.
Devices in emission class A:
Are only designed for use in industrial settings
Can cause line-bound and radiated interference in other areas
Devices in emission class B:
Satisfy the emissions criteria for residential and industrial areas.
This is also true for residential areas in which the energy is supplied from the public low-voltage mains.
EMC device classification as per the rating plate or technical data.
EMC measures
Data protection
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In certain cases, even though a device complies with the standard limit values
for emissions, it may affect the application area for which it was designed (e.g.
when there is sensitive equipment at the same location, or if the site where the
device is installed is close to either radio or television receivers).
If this is the case, then the operating company is obliged to take appropriate
action to rectify the situation.
The user is responsible for the safekeeping of any changes made to the factory settings. The manufacturer accepts no liability for any deleted personal
settings.
Under normal operating conditions, the device requires only a minimum of
care and maintenance. However, it is vital to observe some important points
to ensure it remains in a usable condition for many years.
Before switching on, always check the mains plug and cable as well as
charger leads and charging terminals for any signs of damage.
If the surface of the device housing is dirty, clean with a soft cloth and solvent-free cleaning agent only
Maintenance and repair work must only be carried out by authorised personnel. Use only original replacement and wearing parts (also applies to standard
parts). It is impossible to guarantee that bought-in parts are designed and
manufactured to meet the demands made on them, or that they satisfy safety
requirements.
Do not carry out any modifications, alterations, etc. to the device without the
manufacturer's consent.
Warranty and liability
Safety inspection
The warranty period for the charger is 2 years from the date of invoice.
However, the manufacturer will not accept any liability if the damage was
caused by one or more of the following:
Use of the charger "not in accordance with the intended purpose"
Improper installation and operation
Operating the charger with faulty protection devices
Non-compliance with the operating instructions
Unauthorised modifications to the charger
Catastrophes caused by the activities of third parties and force majeure
The manufacturer recommends that a safety inspection of the device is performed at least once every 12 months.
A safety inspection should be carried out by a qualified electrician
after any changes are made
after any additional parts are installed, or after any conversions
after repair, care and maintenance has been carried out
at least every twelve months.
For safety inspections, follow the appropriate national and international standards and directives.
Further details on safety inspections can be obtained from your service centre.
They will provide you on request with any documents you may require.
Safety symbols
Devices with the CE mark satisfy the essential requirements of the low-voltage
and electromagnetic compatibility directives.
Devices displaying this TÜV test mark satisfy the requirements of the relevant
standards in Canada and USA.
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Maintenance and
repair
Devices displaying this TÜV test mark satisfy the requirements of the relevant
standards in Japan.
Devices displaying this TÜV test mark and the mark on the rating plate satisfy
the requirements of the relevant standards in Australia.
Disposal
Copyright
Do not dispose of this device with normal domestic waste! To comply with the
European Directive 2002/96/EC on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment and its implementation as national law, electrical equipment that has
reached the end of its life must be collected separately and returned to an approved recycling facility. Any device that you no longer require must either be
returned to your dealer or given to one of the approved collection and recycling
facilities in your area. Ignoring this European Directive may have potentially
adverse affects on the environment and your health!
Copyright of these operating instructions remains with the manufacturer.
The text and illustrations are all technically correct at the time of printing. We
reserve the right to make changes. The contents of the operating instructions
shall not provide the basis for any claims whatsoever on the part of the purchaser. If you have any suggestions for improvement, or can point out any
mistakes that you have found in the instructions, we will be most grateful for
your comments.
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General information
Principle
The main feature of the new Active Inverter
Technology is intelligent charging. This means that the charging behaviour adapts itself automatically to the age and state of
charge of the battery. This innovation extends the battery life and reduces the
amount of maintenance required, while at
the same time improving cost-effectiveness.
Active Inverter Technology is based on an
inverter with active rectification and an intelligent safety cut-out. The charging current
and voltage are held constant by a digital
control that is not affected by any fluctuations in the mains voltage.
Device concept
The compact design reduces space requirements and makes portable use considerably
easier. Add to this the fact that the active inverters can be used "on-board". In addition to
its many existing features, the charger has a modular design that makes it easy to upgrade;
it is therefore ideally equipped for future requirements. A wide range of options is available.
Warning notices
on the device
A number of safety symbols can be seen on the charger's rating plate. The safety symbols
must not be removed or painted over.
A-4600 Wels
www.fronius.com
Active Inverter 2032E
IP 40
Art. Nr.:
4,010,328
SN:
00000000
In: ~230V 50/60Hz;1030W
Out.:
DC 30,5V/32A
Always stop charging before you disconnect the charging cable!
20122005-22
Do not use the functions until you have read all the operating instructions.
Possible sources of ignition, such as fire, sparks and naked flames, must be kept
away from the battery.
Risk of explosion! Oxyhydrogen is generated in the battery during charging.
Battery acid is corrosive and MUST be kept away from eyes, skin and clothes.
Ensure an adequate supply of fresh air during charging. Fit device at least 50
cm above the floor.
Do not dispose of used chargers with domestic waste. Dispose of them according to safety rules.
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Before commissioning
Safety
Proper use
WARNING! Incorrect operation may result in serious injury or damage. Do not
use the functions described here until you have thoroughly read and understood
the following documents:
Operating instructions
All the operating instructions for the system components, especially the safety rules
Battery and vehicle manufacturers' operating instructions and safety rules
The charger is only suitable for charging batteries as detailed in the accompanying characteristic data sheet. Any use above and beyond this purpose is deemed improper. The
manufacturer shall not be held liable for any damage arising from such usage. Proper use
also includes
complying with all the operating instructions
regular checking of the mains and charger leads
WARNING! Charging dry batteries (primary cells) and non-rechargeable batteries can cause serious injury or damage, and is therefore prohibited.
Mains connection
The rating plate, which is located on the housing, contains information about the permitted
mains voltage. The device is designed for this mains voltage only. The required fuse protection for the mains lead can be found in the accompanying characteristic data sheet. If
there is no mains cable or mains plug on your version of the appliance, fit one that conforms to national standards.
NOTE! An inadequately dimensioned electrical installation can cause serious
damage. The mains lead and its fuse must be dimensioned to suit the local power
supply. The technical data shown on the rating plate applies.
Safety strategy standard protection devices
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The new chargers are not just characterised by purely functional features. In terms of safety, the active inverters are also equipped to the highest standards.
The following safety features come as standard:
Voltage-free and spark-free terminals protect against explosions
Reverse polarity protection prevents the battery or charger from being damaged or destroyed
Short-circuit protection provides effective protection for the charger. The fuse does not
need to be replaced in the event of a short circuit
A charging time monitor provides effective protection against overcharging and destruction of the battery
Overtemperature protection through derating (charging current reduced if the temperature rises above the permitted level)
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Control elements and connections
General
NOTE! As a result of firmware updates, you may find that there are functions
available on your device that are not described in these operating instructions or
vice versa. Certain illustrations may also differ slightly from the actual controls on
your device, but these controls function in exactly the same way.
WARNING! Operating the equipment incorrectly can cause serious injury and
damage. Do not use the functions described here until you have thoroughly read
and understood the following documents:
these operating instructions
all the operating instructions for the system components, especially the safety rules
Control panel
NOTE! The control panel (LED version) is explained below.
(1)
State of charge indicator 25%
(2)
State of charge indicator 50%
(4)
(3)
State of charge indicator 75%
(3)
(2)
(1)
(5)
(6)
(4)
State of charge indicator 100%
(5)
Ready indicator
(6)
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(7)
(7)
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(8)
(8)
Plugging in options
Start/Stop and setup button
for interrupting and restarting
charging
for selecting the characteristic
type (press and hold for 10 s)
Error indicator
NOTE! Danger of damage to charger and accessories. Only plug in options and
system add-ons when the mains plug is unplugged and the charging cables are
disconnected from the battery.
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Connections
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
No.
Function
(1)
AC input - mains socket
(2)
Mains cable safety bow
for fitting the mains cable
(3)
Connection P2 - I/O port
for options on the I/O port
(4)
Connection P1 - charger lead socket
also for external stop and temperature-controlled charging options
No.
Function
(5)
Display
(6)
Connection P4 - Multi Port
for connecting a status lamp, USB
dongle
Bottom of housing
(5)
(6)
Top of housing
Edge guard option
NOTE! The edge guard removal
process is the reverse of the fitting
process.
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(1)
If necessary, use a screwdriver to remove:
Cover (1) for connection P4 - Multi Port
Cover (2) for connection P2 - I/O port
Leave covers (1) and (2) in place on unused P2 and P4 connections.
(2)
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Removing covers
for connections
and options
Installation
If installing the charger on a firm base, use the drilling template enclosed in the packaging.
If the charger is installed in a switch cabinet (or a similar sealed area), then forced-air ventilation must be provided to ensure adequate heat dissipation. There must be a clearance
of 10 cm (3.94 in.) all around the charger.
The space requirement measurements in mm (inches) illustrated below are given to ensure that there is easy access to the plug connections:
247 (9.72)
70 + 20*
(2.76 + .79)
140 (5.51)
162 (6.38)
6,5 (.26)
11 + 5*
(.43 + .2*)
60 +20*
(2.36 + .79*)
233 (9.17)
88 (3.46)
126 (4.97)
*Space for installation/removal
270 (10.63)
168
(6.61)
Space requirements with edge protector (*Space for installation/removal)
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100 (3.94)
15,5 (.61)
IMPORTANT! The torque for all screws is
2.5 Nm.
To fit the bracket:
Undo screws (1)
Fit bracket (2) using the previously removed screws
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To fit the strain-relief device:
Undo screw (3)
Fit charger lead strain relief device (4)
using the previously undone screw
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(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
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Fitting the optional bracket and
strain relief device for the charger lead
Charging the battery
Starting charging
CAUTION! Danger of damage if attempting to charge a faulty battery or using the
incorrect charging voltage. Before beginning charging, ensure that the battery to
be charged is fully functional and the charging voltage of the device matches the
battery voltage.
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Connect the mains cable to the charger and plug into the mains
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Charger is on standby. Ready indicator lit
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Select characteristic type according to the battery to be charged
NOTE! Information on which characteristic type to select can be found in the "Setup menu" section or the enclosed characteristic data sheet.
WARNING! Danger of serious injury or damage from incorrectly connected
charging plugs. Connect charger leads to correct poles and ensure proper electrical connection to the battery poles.
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If using the vehicle power supply, switch off the ignition and all other devices consuming power
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Connect the red charger lead to the positive pole (+) on the battery
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Connect the black charger lead to the negative pole (-) on the battery
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Charging begins automatically after approx. 2 seconds
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A set of four LEDs shows the battery's state of charge
25 %
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Finishing charging
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50 %
75 %
100 %
Conservation charging: once the battery is fully charged, the charger automatically
switches to conservation charging to prevent the battery from self-discharging. The
battery can remain connected to the charger for any length of time.
CAUTION! Risk of sparks if the charging plugs are disconnected too soon. Press
the Start/Stop button to finish charging.
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Press the Stop/Start button to complete charging
2
Disconnect the black charger lead from the negative pole (-) on the battery
3
Disconnect the red charger lead from the positive pole (+) on the battery
NOTE! Risk of damage to connection sockets and connecting plugs. Do not disconnect or unplug charger leads while charging.
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Press the Stop/Start button while charging
– The process is interrupted
– Ready indicator flashes
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Press the Stop/Start button again to continue charging
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Interrupting
charging
Setup menu
General remarks
Select the characteristic type in the Setup menu depending on either the battery to be
charged or the requirement as specified in the accompanying characteristic data sheet.
Accessing the
Setup menu
Selecting the
characteristic
type
NOTE! Do not connect the charger lead to the battery. A characteristic type cannot be selected when the charging plugs are connected.
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Connect the mains cable to the charger and plug into the mains
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Charger is on standby - ready indicator is lit
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Press and hold the Start/Stop button for approx. 10 seconds to call up the Setup menu
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Ready indicator goes out. The charger is in Setup mode. The display also shows the
selected characteristic type
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Press the Start/Stop button to select the characteristic type according to the enclosed
characteristic data sheet
2
If there is no further selection within 10 seconds, the selected characteristic type is
saved.
NOTE! Do not connect a battery during these 10 seconds.
Continue as described in the "Charging the battery" section.
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Ready indicator lights up. Once the new characteristic type has been selected, the
charger is automatically ready for the next charging sequence.
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Troubleshooting
Safety
WARNING! An electric shock can be fatal. Before opening the device:
Unplug the device from the mains
Disconnect battery connection
Put up an easy-to-understand warning sign to stop anybody inadvertently
switching it back on again
Using a suitable measuring instrument, check to make sure that electrically
charged parts (e.g. capacitors) have been discharged
CAUTION! Failure to connect a correctly-dimensioned earth lead may result in
serious injury or damage. The housing screws provide a suitable PE conductor
connection for earthing (grounding) the housing and must NOT be replaced by
any other screws that do not provide a reliable PE conductor connection.
Protection devices
Ready indicator flashing, error indicator flashing:
Cause:
Mains fault - mains voltage outside the tolerance range
Remedy:
Check mains conditions
Ready indicator lit, error indicator flashing:
Cause:
Short circuit on the charging plug or charger lead. Short circuit detection
active
Remedy:
Check charger leads, contacts and battery poles
Cause:
Battery overvoltage or undervoltage
Remedy:
Select correct charging characteristic/function, or set correct battery voltage
Ready indicator flashing, error indicator lit:
Cause:
Polarity reversal of charger leads. Reverse polarity protection has
tripped.
Remedy:
Connect battery poles correctly
Charger switches off during charging:
Cause:
Ambient temperature too high. Overtemperature protection active
Remedy:
Allow device to cool down. Charging will recommence automatically once
the device has cooled sufficiently. If not, have it checked by a workshop.
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Charging errors
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Ready indicator lit, error indicator flashing, SOC indicator 1/2/3/4 flashing:
Cause:
Timeout in the corresponding charging phase or battery capacity too high
Remedy:
Select correct characteristic type according to the enclosed characteristic data sheet and charge again
Cause:
Battery faulty (cell short circuit, heavy sulphation)
Remedy:
Check battery and replace if necessary
Cause:
Optional external temperature sensor has tripped due to over- or undertemperature
Remedy:
Allow battery to cool, or charge battery in a more suitable area
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Technical data
Explanation
The technical data can be found on the characteristic data sheet enclosed with the charger.
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Froniusplatz 1
A-4600 Wels
E-Mail: perfect.charging@fronius.com
http://www.fronius.com
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