Solar-Log200, Solar-Log500, Solar

Solar-Log200, Solar-Log500, Solar
Solar-Log200, Solar-Log500, Solar-Log1000
Inverter connection
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AROS
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GE (General Electric)
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Hyundai
Table of contents
1. AROS Solar Technology.....................................................................................1
Wiring...........................................................................................................1
2. GE-inverter (General Electric).............................................................................2
3. Hyundai-inverter...............................................................................................3
1. AROS Solar Technology
Note: For the installation you will need an RS485data card (recognisable by two 8
pin RJ45 jacks on the board) that is installed in all AROS Solar Technology
inverters.
The data cable is only connected to the Solar-Log™ RS485/422-B connection.
Wiring
The RS485 data card on the inverter has two RJ45 jacks to which the Solar-Log™
data cable must be connected. The inverters are connected to each other one by
one using a commercially available Cat 5 network cable.
Note:
We recommend the ready-made BRJ1 Solar-Log™ data cable that is available as an
accessory.
If you assemble the cable yourself, use the following connection circuit:
1
8
1
6
1
RJ45-plug from the front
RJ45-Pin
PIN3
PIN6
PIN1
PIN2
Solar-Log™-RS485B (6-pin)
1
4
5
6
Important note:
The order in which the inverters are displayed after recognition in the Solar-Log™
is random. We strongly recommend that you rearrange the inverters in the
“Configuration/Basic/Inverter sequence” dialogue box immediately after
recognition. The inverters can be identified by the serial number displayed.
2. GE-inverter (General Electric)
Wiring
Please connect the individual inverters and the Solar-Log™ with network cables
with an ethernet router or ethernet switch.
Before configuring the network addresses please set a different device ID for each
inverter.
With the aid of the IP setting kit from the inverter manufacturer please provide
each inverter with its own IP address. The first three numbers must correspond
with the address of the Solar-Log™ (e.g. 192.168.178). For the fourth number, use
a free digit in your network segment.
This procedure is described in the SVT Monitoring Manual (available on GE's
internet site).
Then the device recognition process in the Solar-Log™ can commence.
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3. Hyundai-inverter
Wiring HPC-050HT-E and HPC-100HT-E
On the inverter side, connectors with RJ45 format are used for connecting the
RS485 data cable. These are the same connectors as for conventional network
patch cables.
Caution: The Solar-Log™ also has a RJ45 jack. This jack must never be connected
to the RJ45 jacks that belong to the inverter. This could destroy the Solar-Log™.
Connect the CN4 jack with the Solar-Log™ according to the following connecting
wiring:
8
1
RJ45-Connector from front
RJ45-Pin
3
6
Solar-Log™-RS485
1
4
Wiring HPC-250HT-E
Connect the Solar-Log™ with D1+/TxD1+ and D1–/TxD1– to the 20-pin terminal
strip on the inverter. They are found on the upper edge of the i-8142iW module.
Strip on inverter
Solar-Log™ RS485
D1+/TxD1+
1
D1–/TxD1–
4
3
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