Grid Tied Inverter 1,5 / 3 / 5 kW User Manual
Grid Tied Inverter
1,5 / 3 / 5 kW
User Manual
Manual Version: GTI-1,5-3-5kW-2016-2
Table of Contents
1.
SURGE PROTECTION ..................................................................................................................... 1
2.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION ...................................................................................................... 2
2.1
Unpacking and Inspection - 1,5kW Inverter ................................................................................. 2
2.2
Unpacking and Inspection - 3kW Inverter .................................................................................... 2
2.3
Unpacking and Inspection - 5kW Inverter .................................................................................... 2
3.
MPORTANT INFORMATION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................... 3
4.
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... 4
4.1
General Description..................................................................................................................... 4
4.2
Key Features ............................................................................................................................... 4
4.3
1,5 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View ........................................................................... 5
4.4
3 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View .............................................................................. 6
4.5
5 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View .............................................................................. 7
5.
INVERTER INSTALLATION .............................................................................................................. 8
5.1
Planning the Installation .............................................................................................................. 8
5.2
Installing the 1,5kW Inverter Mounting Bracket............................................................................ 9
5.3
Installing the 3 & 5 kW Inverter Mounting Bracket ......................................................................10
6.
GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION ................................................................................................11
6.1
Earthing The Equipment .............................................................................................................11
6.2
AC Wiring ...................................................................................................................................11
6.3
AC Wiring and Circuit Breaker Sizes ..........................................................................................11
6.4
Inverter AC wiring - 1,5k & 3kW.................................................................................................11
6.5
Inverter AC wiring - 5kW ...........................................................................................................11
6.6
DC Wiring ( PV Array) ................................................................................................................12
6.6.1
DC Cabling termination .......................................................................................................12
6.7
Connecting the PV array to the inverter ......................................................................................13
6.8
Basic System Diagram - 1 Grid Tied Inverter.............................................................................14
6.9
Basic System Diagram – 2 Grid Tied Inverters Connected in Parallel ........................................15
7.
INVERTER OPERATION..................................................................................................................16
7.1
Front LCD Display Panel and Description ..................................................................................16
7.2
CHECKS PRIOR TO START-UP ...............................................................................................17
7.3
START-UP PROCEDURE..........................................................................................................17
7.4
SWITCHING THE INVERTER OFF............................................................................................17
8.
INVERTER MENU ............................................................................................................................18
9.
TROUBLESHOOTING......................................................................................................................19
10.
SPECIFICATIONS - 1,5kW INVERTERS.......................................................................................20
11.
SPECIFICATIONS - 3kW INVERTERS .........................................................................................21
12.
SPECIFICATIONS - 5kW INVERTERS .........................................................................................22
13.
DESTRIER ELECTRONICS LIMITED CARRY- IN WARRANTY ...................................................23
14.
REGISTRATION OF MY MICROCARE PRODUCT .......................................................................24
SURGE PROTECTION
1.
SURGE PROTECTION
Please Be Aware
Warranty will be null and void if panel surge protection is not installed with all
grid tied inverter installations.
The following surge protection boxes are available
Model
1,5kW
3kW
5kW
Description
1 String High Voltage Surge Protection Box
2 String High Voltage Surge Protection Box
3 String High Voltage Surge Protection Box
2 String Surge Protection Box
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UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
2.
UNPACKING AND INSPECTION
2.1
Unpacking and Inspection - 1,5kW Inverter
Upon receipt the unit should be unpacked and inspected for any damage during shipment.
Verify that the contents of the box include:
1 x GRID TIED Inverter
1 x MC4 Connector Set
4 x White 2-Way Expansion Plugs
4 x Self Tapping Screws
4 x Flat Washers
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x8
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x14
1 x Inverter Mounting Bracket
1 x Installation Manual
1 x AC Power Connector
2.2
Unpacking and Inspection - 3kW Inverter
Upon receipt the unit should be unpacked and inspected for any damage during shipment.
Verify that the contents of the box include:
1 x GRID TIED Inverter
2 x MC4 Connector Sets
4 x White 2-Way Expansion Plugs
4 x Self Tapping Screws
4 x Flat Washers
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x8
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x14
1 x Inverter Mounting Bracket
1 x User Manual
1 x AC Power Connector
2.3
Unpacking and Inspection - 5kW Inverter
Upon receipt the unit should be unpacked and inspected for any damage during shipment.
Verify that the contents of the box include:
1 x GRID TIED Inverter
3 x MC4 Connector Sets
4 x White 2-Way Expansion Plugs
4 x Self Tapping Screws
4 x Flat Washers
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x8
2 x Stainless Steel Bolts M6x14
1 x Inverter Mounting Bracket
1 x User Manual
1 x AC Power Connector
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MPORTANT INFORMATION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3.
MPORTANT INFORMATION AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
INFORMATION
Installers should be qualified electricians or technicians
The installation information in the manual is for information purposes only.
The monitoring and operation information in this manual is intended for anyone who needs to operate
the inverter.
Read the instructions carefully before installing and operating the Inverter.
Inverter connection and installation instructions must be followed.
The unit should only be opened by skilled personal.
To reduce risk of electric shock, disconnect all wiring before making any attempt to maintain or
cleaning the unit. Turning off the INVERTER will not reduce this risk.
Keep the Inverter clean and dry.
The Inverters should be installed in a ventilated and dry area.
The mounting surface should be able to support the weight of the inverter.
Mount the inverter vertically.
Do not install the Inverter where it would be exposed to direct sunlight.
Do not remove the inverter casing.
Keep the Inverter away from heat emitting sources.
Do not block airflow over the inverter heatsink.
Do not expose the Inverter to corrosive or any corrosive gasses.
Install the inverter away from any explosive gasses.
Ambient temperature: 0°C – 40°C
The INVERTER must be used with a PV array supply of nominal voltage that matches the inverter
specification.
Sketches are intended for illustrative purposes only and is not intended to provide an electrical
design.
WARNING
High AC voltage is present and is capable of causing severe electrical shock and injury.
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INTRODUCTION
4.
INTRODUCTION
4.1
General Description
The Microcare Grid Tied Inverter is applicable to various rooftop and small scale photovoltaic
grid connected applications. This series is transformerless and has a wide range of MPPT
input voltage. It’s maximum conversion efficiency and MPPT tracking accuracy reach 97.6 %
and 99.5 % respectively. The maximum DC voltage reaches 550V and the unit comes with
integrated DC switch and waterproof direct plug-in terminals. The LCD display facilitates easy
operation and the unit has an overvoltage, short-circuit, overload and overheating protection
functions. Its IP65 protection degree will ensure that it operates well in various tough
environments.
4.2
Key Features
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Only produces power when connected to the Grid
IP65 Rated enclosure
DC Disconnect switch
LCD display
RS485 interface
RC4 PV connection inputs
Short Circuit protection
Residual current protection
DC over-voltage protection
Over-temperature protection
Inverter input/output voltage and frequency monitoring
Over-current protection
Anti-islanding protection
GFI protection optional
Remote monitoring optional
7 Year warrantee
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INTRODUCTION
4.3
1,5 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View
1 - Inverter Front
2 - LCD display & Keypad
3 - Inverter Bottom
4 - DC Main Switch
5 - PV - Connectors
6 - PV+ Connectors
7 - RS232
8 - RS485
9 - AC Power Connection
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INTRODUCTION
4.4
3 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View
1 - Inverter Front
2 - LCD display & Keypad
3 - Inverter Bottom
4 - DC Main Switch
5 - PV - Connectors
6 - PV+ Connectors
7 - RS232
8 - RS485
9 - AC Power Connection
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INTRODUCTION
4.5
5 kW Grid Tied Inverter Front & Bottom View
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Inverter Front
LCD display & Keypad
Inverter Bottom
DC Main Switch
PV - Connectors
PV+ Connectors
RS232
RS485
AC Power Connection
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INVERTER INSTALLATION
5.
INVERTER INSTALLATION
Consider the following when installing the inverter.
5.1
Planning the Installation
Location
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Find a suitable temperature resistant surface to mount the inverter.
Provide enough space for the routing of external wiring and additional accessories.
The mounting surface must support the weight of the inverter.
Exposure to saltwater is particularly destructive.
Do not mount the inverter in a closed container.
Unrestricted airflow is required for the inverter to operate at optimal efficiency.
Ensure an unrestricted clearance at the bottom, left and right side of the inverter as below.
30cm
30cm
30cm
50cm
Orientation
The unit must be mounted in a vertical position against the wall.
Temperature
Away from sources of high temperature.
Height
Install the inverter so that the display is at eye level.
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INVERTER INSTALLATION
5.2
Installing the 1,5kW Inverter Mounting Bracket
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Find a suitable temperature resistant surface to mount the inverter
The mounting surface must support the weight of the inverter.
Provide enough space for the routing of external wiring
Check for existing electrical or plumbing prior to drilling holes in the walls.
Position the wall mounting bracket against the wall at a height where the display of the
Inverter is at eye level.
Level the bracket against the wall and mark the 4 holes on the surface.
Drill 4 holes into the wall using a 8mm drill at least 45mm deep.
Secure the bracket to the wall using the 4 supplied screws and wall plugs.
Tighten the screws firmly.
Mount the inverter on the wall bracket as per below
Slowly pull the inverter vertically downwards until the inverter’s bottom plate touches the
mounting bracket’s bottom.
Fix the inverter to the mounting bracket by screwing it to the bracket.
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INVERTER INSTALLATION
5.3
Installing the 3 & 5 kW Inverter Mounting Bracket
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Find a suitable temperature resistant surface to mount the inverter
The mounting surface must support the weight of the inverter.
Provide enough space for the routing of external wiring
Check for existing electrical or plumbing prior to drilling holes in the walls.
Position the wall mounting bracket against the wall at a height where the display of the
Inverter is at eye level.
Level the bracket against the wall and mark the 4 holes on the surface
Drill 4 holes into the wall using a 8mm drill at least 45mm deep.
Secure the bracket to the wall using the 4 supplied screws and wall plugs.
Tighten the screws firmly.
Mount the inverter on the wall bracket as per below
Slowly pull the inverter vertically downwards until the inverter’s bottom plate touches the
mounting bracket’s bottom.
Fix the inverter to the mounting bracket by screwing it to the bracket.
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GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
6.
GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
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6.1
Wiring must be performed by qualified personnel / certified electrician.
The line voltage “AC” applied must comply with the inverter’s specified input voltage .
The AC and DC connections are located at the bottom of the inverter.
Make sure the DC Switch at the bottom of the inverter is in the OFF position before
attempting any wiring.
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Earthing The Equipment
The external frame of the panel array should be grounded.
6.2
AC Wiring
The inverter AC wiring must be sized correctly and fitted with appropriate circuit breakers.
6.3
AC Wiring and Circuit Breaker Sizes
Table 6-1 : AC Wiring - Wiring and circuit breakers
Model
Max Circuit Breaker Size
1,5kW
10A
3kW
20A
5kW
25A
6.4
Min Wiring Size
1,5mm²
2,5mm²
3,5mm²
Inverter AC wiring - 1,5k & 3kW
Feed the AC Input wiring through the compression nut and shell. “Max 3,5mm² wire”
Strip 7mm insulation from the end of each wire.
Individually insert the bear end of the: Live In, Neutral In and Earth Wires fully into the correct
terminal slots till it stops and tighten the screws firmly. Tighten the shell and compression nut firmly.
6.5
Inverter AC wiring - 5kW
Feed the AC Input wiring through compression nut and shell. “Max 3,5mm² wire
Strip 7mm insulation from the end of each wire.
Individually insert the bear end of the: Live In, Neutral In and Earth Wires fully into the correct
terminal slots till it stops and tighten the screws firmly. Tighten the shell and compression nut firmly..
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GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
6.6
DC Wiring ( PV Array)
DC input Specifications
Model
Max Input DC PV
Array Current
1,5kW
9A
3kW
13A
5kW
18A
Max Input
Voltage
450V
500V
550V
Max PV
Input Power
1750W
3500W
5200W
6.6.1 DC Cabling termination
The cables from the PV array must be fitted with the supplied MC4 connectors.
Using a multi-meter check the polarity of the PV cabling and label the Positive and negative cable.
Follow the instructions below on how to terminate MC4 connectors:
 MC4 connectors are most suitable for 4 & 6 mm² wire.
 Strip 7mm of the wire insulation.
 Insert the bare copper wire into the crimping area of the MC4 pin and crimp by using the
correct crimping tool.
 Insert the crimped pin/wire through the cable gland nut and compression ring into MC4
connector. The pin will lock into the housing. Tighten the cable gland nut firmly
Female Connector termination – Positive “+”
Male Connector Termination – Negative “-“
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GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
6.7
Connecting the PV array to the inverter
Ensure that the PV Array open circuit voltage does not exceed the maximum rated input voltage of
the inverter.
Turn the inverter DC disconnect switch to the OFF position.
Switch off all the AC circuit breakers connected to the output of the inverter.
Using a multi-meter, switched to DC, measure the DC voltage supplied from the PV array.
Ensure that the PV array voltage is within the specified range.
Remove the sealing caps from the inverter solar input connectors.
Connect the PV string MC4 connectors to the corresponding inputs on the inverter.
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GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
6.8
Basic System Diagram - 1 Grid Tied Inverter
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GENERAL WIRING INFORMATION
6.9
Basic System Diagram – 2 Grid Tied Inverters Connected in Parallel
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INVERTER OPERATION
7.
INVERTER OPERATION
7.1
Front LCD Display Panel and Description
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Figure 7-1: LCD Display & Keypad
The front Panel Display/Keypad indicates the Inverter’s operational information
No
Name
Description
Function description
1
LCD Screen
Displays the current status, history information and fault codes
2
LED Indicators Indicates NORMAL and FAULT state
3
Button
Navigates the LCD menu
LED
Normal
Inverter Status LED’s
Status
Description
On
Inverter is producing power and feeding the Grid
Normal
On
Fault occurred
Normal
Fault
Off
Off
Inverter is not energised
The state of the inverter is displayed on the first line of the display. The Microcare Grid tie
inverter operates in the following four states:
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Standby: The inverter is standing by to be initialised.
Waiting: The inverter is waiting for the grid to be connected.
Normal operation: The inverter is operating normally.
Fault state: The inverter has detected a fault.
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7.2
CHECKS PRIOR TO START-UP
 Ensure that solar panel’s operation specifications are within the inverters safe operation
range.
 Check if the inverter’s operation specifications are within the local grid regulations.
 Ensure the inverter is securely mounted.
 Check that the DC terminals and solar panels are correctly connected.
 Check that the AC terminal and grid connections are correctly connected.
 Check that the inverter cover is securely tightened and sealed.
7.3
START-UP PROCEDURE
Please note: The inverter will only start up when the PV Array is producing enough energy
and the Inverter is connected to the Grid
 Close the external AC circuit breaker.
 Turn the inverter DC switch to the ON position.
Inverter DC Switch
Figure 7-2: Inverter DC Switch
7.4
SWITCHING THE INVERTER OFF
Turn the external AC circuit breaker off.
Turn the Inverter DC switch to the off position.
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INVERTER MENU
8.
INVERTER MENU
Use the
button to view the menu displays on the LCD screen explained below
Displayed info
User: xxxx
Spec: xxxx
Model: x.xKw
SW Version: XX.XX
Etotal: XXXKwh
Etoday: XX.XKwh
Ttoday: XXhxxmin
PV: xxxV BUS: xxxV
AC: xxxV xx.xhz
SN: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Displayed on the second line
Details
Displays the user type for the inverter
Displays the spec the inverter is running at (Default VDE)
Displays the model number of the inverter (1500, 3000, 5000)
Displays the current software version installed (5.06)
Displays the total amount of power the inverter has produced
Displays the amount of power the inverter has produced today
Displays the time the inverter has been operating today
PV: Displays the solar panel voltage
BUS: Displays the voltage on the MPPT BUS
AC: Displays the voltage of the grid
Hz: Displays the frequency the grid is operating at.
SN: Displays the serial number of the inverter
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TROUBLESHOOTING
9.
TROUBLESHOOTING
System Fault and Error Code
Disconnect Grid
Grid has failed : Load Shedding
AC breaker is disconnected
Possible Remedy
Establish if the Grid has failed
If the AC breaker is OFF, turn it ON
Check the AC breaker
Low Isolation
The ground wire at the AC terminal is not
connected or making poor contact
Check if the ground wire is making contact
High PV Voltage
The PV array input voltage exceeds the
specified range
High Ground I
Possible AC leakage
Check if the DC input voltage is within specification
Disconnect AC breaker and turn the DC switch off.
Check if there are damages to the cables and
circuit breakers.
High Temperature
Ambient temperature of the inverter is to high
No Display on LCD Screen
Check if the DC Switch is on
Fault states
Displayed fault
System Fault
Disconnect Grid
Grid V Fault
Grid F Fault
Low Isolation
High PV Voltage
High Ground 1
High Temperature
EEPROM Damaged
Inverter Fault
Please Initiate
GFCI Damaged
Sensor Damaged
SCI Damaged
Not Consistent
High DC INJ
Relay Damaged
High Bus Voltage
Auto test failed
2.5V Ref fault
Details
The inverter is not connected to the grid.
The grid voltage is out of range.
The grid frequency is out of range
The input isolation is too low.
PV input voltage to high
The ground fault circuit interrupter has tripped.
The inverter is in thermal shutdown and will resume when cool
down.
The inverters memory has been damage and the long may be
lost.
System has not been initiated and need programming
The inverters ground fault circuit interrupter is damaged.
The inverters output ac sensor is damaged
The inverters processors are not communicating correctly
The inverters processors data are conflicting.
The output of the DC MPPT is too high.
The inverters relay is faulty.
The DC Bus voltage is too high.
The inverter has failed its auto test and has an internal fault.
There is a problem with the 2.5v Reference on the processor
board.
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SPECIFICATIONS - 1,5kW INVERTERS
10.
SPECIFICATIONS - 1,5kW INVERTERS
Specifications
DC Input data
Maximum DC Input Power
Maximum .Dc Input Voltage (Voc)
Recommended System Voltage (Vmp)
System Start-Up Voltage, No Load
PV Input Voltage Range MPPT
Full Load Voltage Range MPPT (Vmp)
Maximum Input Current (Imp)
DC Voltage Ripple
AC Output Data
Nominal AC Output
Maximum AC Power
Maximum Output Current
THD Of AC Current
Nominal Grid Voltage
Nominal Grid Frequency
Power Factor (Cos Φ)
Number Of Feed-In Phases
Efficiency
Maximum Efficiency
MPPT Efficiency
Device Protection
Reverse Polarity Protection
DC Switch
Short-Circuit Proof
Ground Fault Monitoring
Grid Monitoring
Over-Voltage Protection
Over-Current Protection
Active Anti-Islanding
Ground Fault Current Detection
General Data
Dimensions (Height X Width X Depth)
Weight
Noise Level
Power Consumption Night
Power Consumption Standby
Cooling
Features
On/Off Mode
Display
Accessory Interfaces
1500 Watt Grid Tied Inverter
1750W
450V
360V
150V
110V-430V
200V-360V
9A
< 5%
1500W
1650W
9A
< 3%
220V/230V/240V
50Hz
0.99
single-phase
96,50%
99.50%
short-circuit diode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
500/300/155mm
14kg
<30 dB
< 0.2W
4W
free convection
Auto
LCD/LED
RS485/RS232
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SPECIFICATIONS - 3kW INVERTERS
11.
SPECIFICATIONS - 3kW INVERTERS
Specifications
DC Input data
Maximum DC Power
Maximum .Dc Input Voltage (Voc)
Recommended System Voltage
System Start-Up Voltage, No Load
PV Voltage Range MPPT
Full Load Voltage Range MPPT
Maximum Input Current (Imp)
DC Voltage Ripple
AC Output Data
Nominal AC Output
Maximum AC Power
Maximum Output Current
THD Of AC Current
Nominal Grid Voltage
Nominal Grid Frequency
Power Factor (Cos Φ)
Number Of Feed-In Phases
Efficiency
Maximum Efficiency
MPPT Efficiency
Device Protection
Reverse Polarity Protection
DC Switch
Short-Circuit Proof
Ground Fault Monitoring
Grid Monitoring
Over-Voltage Protection
Over-Current Protection
Active Anti-Islanding
Ground Fault Current Detection
General Data
Dimensions (Height X Width X Depth)
Weight
Noise Level
Power Consumption Night
Power Consumption Standby
Cooling
Features
On/Off Mode
Display
Accessory Interfaces
3000 Watt Grid Tied Inverter
3160W
500V
383V
150V
110V-480V
250V-400V
13A
< 5%
2800W
3000W
16A
< 3%
220V/230V/240V
50Hz
0.99
single-phase
96,60%
99.50%
short-circuit diode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
500/360/194mm
18,4kg
<30 dB
< 0.2W
5W
free convection
Auto
LCD/LED
RS485/RS232
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SPECIFICATIONS - 5kW INVERTERS
12.
SPECIFICATIONS - 5kW INVERTERS
Specifications
DC Input data
Maximum DC Power
Maximum .Dc Input Voltage (Voc)
Recommended System Voltage
System Start-Up Voltage, No Load
PV Voltage Range MPPT
Full Load Voltage Range MPPT
Maximum Input Current (Imp)
DC Voltage Ripple
AC Output Data
Nominal AC Output
Maximum AC Power
Maximum Output Current
THD Of AC Current
Nominal Grid Voltage
Nominal Grid Frequency
Power Factor (Cos Φ)
Number Of Feed-In Phases
Efficiency
Maximum Efficiency
MPPT Efficiency
Device Protection
Reverse Polarity Protection
DC Switch
Short-Circuit Proof
Ground Fault Monitoring
Grid Monitoring
Over-Voltage Protection
Over-Current Protection
Active Anti-Islanding
Ground Fault Current Detection
General Data
Dimensions (Height X Width X Depth)
Weight
Noise Level
Power Consumption Night
Power Consumption Standby
Cooling
Features
On/Off Mode
Display
Accessory Interfaces
5000 Watt Grid Tied Inverter
5200W
550V
383V
150V
110V-530V
280V-440V
19A
< 5%
4900W
49000W
23A
< 3%
220V/230V/240V
50Hz
0.99
single-phase
97,60%
99.50%
short-circuit diode
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
500/360/194mm
18,4kg
<30 dB
< 0.2W
6W
free convection
Auto
LCD/LED
RS485/RS232
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DESTRIER ELECTRONICS LIMITED CARRY- IN WARRANTY
13.
DESTRIER ELECTRONICS LIMITED CARRY- IN WARRANTY
Destrier Electronics warrants this range of Grid Tied Inverters against defects in workmanship and
materials, fair wear and tear accepted, for a period of 7 (Seven) years from the date of
delivery/collection for all equipment and is based on a carry-in basis. Where the installation of the
product makes it impractical to carry-in to our workshops, Destrier Electronics reserves the right to
charge for travel time and kilometres travelled to and from the site where the product is installed.
During this warranty period, Destrier Electronics will, at its own discretion, repair or replace the
defective product free of charge. This warranty will be considered void if the unit has suffered any
physical damage or alteration, either internally or externally, and does not cover damages arising
from improper use such as, but not exclusive to:
• Reverse of battery polarity.
• Inadequate or incorrect, connection, installation or use of the product and/or of its accessories.
• Mechanical shock or deformation.
• Altering the product or software.
• Contact with liquid or oxidation by condensation.
• Use in an inappropriate environment (dust, corrosive vapour, humidity, high temperature,
biological infestation.)
• Breakage or damage due to lightning, surges, spikes or other electrical events.
• Connection terminals and screws destroyed or other damage such as overheating due to
insufficient tightening of terminals.
• When considering any electronic breakage except due to lightning, reverse polarity, overvoltage, etc. the state of the internal control circuitry determines the warranty.
This warranty will not apply where the product has been misused, neglected, improperly installed, or
repaired by anyone else than Destrier Electronics or one of its authorised Qualified Service Partners.
In order to qualify for the warranty, the product must not be disassembled or modified. Repair or
replacement are our sole remedies. Destrier Electronics shall not be liable for damages, whether
direct, incidental, special, or consequential, even caused by negligence or fault. Destrier Electronics
owns all parts removed from repaired products. Destrier Electronics uses new or re-conditioned parts
made by various manufacturers in performing warranty repairs and building replacement products. If
Destrier Electronics repairs or replaces a part of a product, its warranty term is not extended.
Removal of serial nos. may void the warranty.
All remedies and the measure for damages are limited to the above. Destrier Electronics shall in no
event be liable for consequential, incidental, contingent or special damages, even if having been
advised of the probability of such damages. Any and all other warranties expressed or implied arising
by law, course of dealing, course of performance, usage of trade or otherwise, including but not
limited to implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in
duration to a period of 7 (Seven) years from the date of purchase.
Life Support Policy:
As a general policy, Destrier Electronics does not recommend the use of any of its products in life
support applications where failure or malfunction of the Destrier Electronics product can be
reasonably expected to cause failure of the life support device or to significantly affect its safety or
effectiveness.
Destrier Electronics does not recommend the use of any of its products in direct patient care. Destrier
Electronics will not knowingly sell its products for use in such applications unless it receives in writing
assurances satisfactory to Destrier Electronics that the risks of injury or damage have been
minimised, the customer assumes all such risks, and the Liability of Destrier Electronics is adequately
protected under the circumstances.
Caution:
Our products are sensitive. While all care is taken by us to dispatch goods with adequate packaging,
Destrier Electronics is not responsible for any damages caused to products after they have left our
premises.
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14.
REGISTRATION OF MY MICROCARE PRODUCT
Product Serial Number:
Product Description:
Date Purchased
Where was the Inverter purchased
Company Name
Contact Person
Contact Number
E-mail Address
Installation Company Information:
Company Name
Contact Person
Contact Number
E-mail Address
Details of Product Owner
Name & Surname
Address
City & Province
Contact Number
E-mail Address
Date Installed
Microcare:
1st Floor, Neave Industrial Park, Korsten, Port Elizabeth
P.O.Box 7227, Newton Park, 6055
Tel: 041 453 5761, Fax: 041 – 453 5763
Technical Support e-mail: support@microcare.co.za
Website: www.microcare.co.za
Registration by fax:
Registration by e-mail:
Online Registration:
041 – 453 5763
support@microcare.co.za
www.microcare.co.za/register-my-product
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