Oper_instr. Sonnen Solar e

Oper_instr. Sonnen Solar e
35 0 33200 10
Sonnenschein SOLAR, SOLAR BLOCK, A 600 SOLAR
Operating Instruction 33200
Stationary valve regulated lead acid batteries
Nominal data
• Nominal voltage UN
• Nominal capacity CN = C100
• Nominal discharge current IN = I100
• Final discharge voltage Uf
• Nominal temperature TN
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2.0 V x number of cells
100h discharge (see type plate on cells/blocs and technical data in these instructions)
I100 = C100 / 100h
see technical data in these instructions
20° C
Assembly by:
EXIDE Technologies order no.:
date:
Security signs attached by:
date:
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Do not smoke.
Do not use any naked flame or other sources of ignition.
Risk of explosion and fire.
2.1 Discharge
Discharge must not be continued below the voltage recommended for the discharge time.
Deeper discharges must not be carried out
unless specifically agreed with the manufacturer.
Recharge immediately following complete or
partial discharge.
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While working on batteries wear protective eye-glasses and clothing.
Observe the accident prevention rules as well as EN 50272-2,
VDE 0105 Part 1.
2.2 Charging
All charging must be carried out acc. to DIN
41773 (IU-characteristic).
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Any acid splashes on the skin or in the eyes must be flushed with plenty of
clean water immediately. Then seek for medical assistance. Spillages on
clothing should be rinsed out of water!
Recommended charge voltages for cyclical
application: See fig. 1 and item 2.8.
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Observe these Instructions and keep them located near the battery for future
reference.
Work on the battery should be carried out by qualified personnel only.
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Explosion and fire hazard, avoid short circuits.
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Electrolyte is very corrosive. In normal working conditions the contact with the
electolyte is impossible. If the cell/bloc container is damaged do not touch
the exposed electrolyte because it is corrosive.
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Cells are heavy! Always use suitable handling equipment for transportation!
Handle with care because cells are sensitive to mechanical shock.
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Caution! Metal parts of the battery are always alive, therefore do not place
items or tools on the battery.
Non-compliance with operating instructions, repairs made with other than original parts,
or repairs made without authorization (e. g. opening of valves) render the warranty void.
Disposal of Batteries
Pb
Batteries marked with the recycling symbol should be processed via a recognised
recycling agency. By agreement, they may be returned to the manufacturer.
Batteries must not be mixed with domestic or industrial waste.
Stationary valve regulated lead acid batteries do
not require topping-up water. Pressure valves
are used for sealing and can not be opened without destruction.
Control of insulation resistance:
New batteries: > 1M Ω
Used batteries: > 100 Ω/Volt.
1. Start Up
Check all cells/blocs for mechanical damage,
correct polarity and firmly seated connectors.
Apply the following torques for screw connectors:
Connect the battery with the correct polarity to
the charger (pos. pole to pos. terminal). The
charger must not be switched on during this process, and the load must not be connected.
Switch on charger and start charging following
item 2.2.
G5
5 ± 1 Nm
date:
Commissioned by:
G6
6 ± 1 Nm
A
8 ± 1 Nm
M8
20 ± 1 Nm
Rubber covers shall be fitted to both ends of the
connector cables (pole covers) before installation.
2. Operation
For the installation and operation of stationary
batteries EN 50 272-2 is mandatory.
Battery installation should be made such that
temperature differences between individual cells/
blocs do not exceed 3 degrees Celsius (Kelvin).
According to the charging equipment, specification and characteristics alternating currents flow
through the battery superimposing onto the
direct current during charge operation.
Alternating currents and the reaction from the
loads may lead to an additional temperature
increase of the battery, and strain the electrodes
with possible damages (see 2.5), which can
shorten the battery life.
2.3 Maintaining the full charge (float charge)
Devices complying with the stipulations under
DIN 41773 must be used. They are to be set so
that the average cell voltage is as follows
(within temperature range 15 to 35° C):
SOLAR, SOLAR BLOCK:
2.30 Vpc ± 1%
A 600 SOLAR:
2.25 Vpc ± 1%
2.4 Equalizing charge
Because it is possible to exceed the permitted
load voltages, appropriate measures must be
taken, e.g. switch off the load. Equalizing charges are required after deep discharges and/or
inadequate charges. They have to be carried out
as follows: Up to 48 hours at max. 2.40 Vpc. The
charge current must not exceed 35 A/100 Ah
nominal capacity. The cell/bloc temperature
must never exceed 45° C. If it does, stop charging or revert to float charge to allow the temperature to drop.
For system voltages ≥ 48 V every one to three
months:
Method 1: IUI
I-phase = up to voltage acc. to fig.1 at 20° C
U-phase = until switching at a current of
1.2 A/100Ah to the second
I-phase
I-phase = 1.2 A/100Ah for 4 hours
Method 2: IUI pulse
I-phase = up to voltage acc. to fig. 1 at 20° C
U-phase = until switching at a current of
1.2 A/100 Ah to the second
I-phase (pulsed)
I-phase = charging of 2 A/100 Ah for 4-6
hours where the pulses are 15
min. 2 A/100 Ah and 15 min.
0 A/100 Ah.
1. Maximum storage time is 17 months at
≤ 20° C. Equalizing charges will be required
at higher temperatures, for instance, after
8.5 months at 30° C.
2. Float charging as detailed in 2.3.
7. Transport
Cells/bloc batteries must be transported in an
upright position. Batteries without any visible
damage are not defined as dangerous goods
under the regulations for transport of dangerous
goods by road (ADR) or by railway (RID). They
must be protected against short circuits, slipping, upsetting or damaging. Cells/bloc batteries
may be suitable stacked and secured on pallets
(ADR and RID, special provision 598). It is prohibited to staple pallets.
No dangerous traces of acid shall be found on
the exteriors of the packing unit.
Cells/bloc batteries whose containers leak or are
damaged must be packed and transported as
class 8 dangerous goods under UN no. 2794.
Fig. 1: Charge voltage vs. temperature for solar mode. Charge modes:
1)
With switch regulator (two-step controller): Charge on curve B (max. charge voltage)
for max. 2hrs per day, then switch over to continuous charge – Curve C
2)
Standard charge (without switching) – Curve A
3)
Boost charge (Equalizing charge with external generator): Charge on curve B for max.
5hrs per month, then switch over to curve C.
2.5 Alternating currents
When recharging acc. to fig.1 the actual value of
the alternating current is occasionally permitted
to reach 10 A (RMS)/ 100 Ah nominal capacity. In
a fully charged state during float charge the
actual value of the alternating current must not
exceed 5 A (RMS)/ 100 Ah nominal capacity.
2.6 Charging currents
The charging current should range between 10 A
to 35 A / 100Ah nominal capacity (guide values).
2.7 Temperature
The recommended operation temperature range
for lead acid batteries is 10° C to 30° C (best 20° C
± 5 K). Higher temperatures will seriously reduce
service life. Lower temperatures reduce the available capacity. The absolute maximum temperature is 55° C and should not exceed 45° C in service.
2.8 Temperature-related charge voltage
The temperature related adjustment has to be
carried out acc. to fig. 1. An adjustment of the
charge voltage must not be applied within a
temperature range 15° C to 35° C.
2.9 Electrolyte
The electrolyte is diluted sulphuric acid and fixed
in a gel.
3. Battery maintenance and control
Keep the battery clean and dry to avoid leakage
currents. Plastic parts of the battery, especially
containers, must be cleaned with pure water
without additives.
At
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least every 6 months measure and record:
Battery voltage
Voltage of several blocs/cells
Surface temperature of several blocs/cells
Battery-room temperature
If the bloc/cell voltages differ from the average
float charge voltage by values more than specified in the following table or if the surface temperature difference between blocs/cells exceeds
5 K, the service agent should be contacted.
Type
2 V cells
6 V blocs
12 V-blocs
Upper value
+0.2
+0.35
+0.48
Lower value
-0.1
-0.17
-0.24
In addition, annual measurements and recording:
– Voltage of all blocs/cells
– Surface temperature of all blocs/cells
– Battery-room temperature
Annual visual checks:
– Screw connections
– Screw connections without locking device
have to be checked for tightness.
– Battery installation and arrangement
– Ventilation
4. Tests
Tests have to be carried out according to
IEC 896-2, DIN 43539 part 1 and 100 (draft).
Special instructions like DIN VDE 0107 and DIN
VDE 0108 have to be observed.
Capacity test, for instance, acceptance test
on site: In order to make sure the battery is fully
charged the following IU-charge methods must
be applied: Option 1: float charge (see item 2.3),
≥ 72 hours. Option 2: 2.40 Vpc, ≥ 16 hours (max.
48 hours) followed by float charge (see item 2.3),
≥ 8 hours. The current available to the battery
must be between 10 A/100 Ah and 35 A/100Ah
of the nominal capacity
5. Faults
Call the service agents immediately if faults in
the battery or the charging unit are found.
Recorded data as described in item 3. must be
made available to the service agent. It is recommended that a service contract is taken out with
your agent.
6. Storage and taking out of operation
To store or decommission cells for a longer
Period of time they should be fully charged and
stored in a dry and cold but frost-free room,
away from direct sun light. To avoid damage the
following charging methods can be chosen:
8. Technical data:
Capacities at different discharge times and final discharge voltage.
All technical data refer to 20° C.
8.1 Sonnenschein SOLAR
Discharge time
Capacity
1h
5h
10 h
20 h
100 h
C1 [Ah]
C5 [Ah]
C10 [Ah]
C20 [Ah]
C100 [Ah]
S 12 / 6.6 S
2.9
4.6
5.1
5.7
6.6
S 12 / 17 G5
9.3
12.6
14.3
15
17
S 12 / 27 G5
15
22.1
23.5
24
27
S 12 / 32 G6
16.9
24.4
27
28
32
S 12 / 41 A
21
30.6
34
38
41
S 12 / 60 A
30
42.5
47.5
50
60
S 12 / 85 A
55
68.5
74
76
85
S 12 / 90 A
50.5
72
78
84
90
S 12 / 130 A
66
93.5
104.5
110
130
S 12 / 230 A
120
170
190
200
230
Uf (cell)
1.7 Vpc
1.7 Vpc
1.7 Vpc
1.75 Vpc
1.80 Vpc
8.2 Sonnenschein SOLAR BLOCK
Discharge time
Capacity
1h
5h
10 h
20 h
100 h
C1 [Ah]
C5 [Ah]
C10 [Ah]
C20 [Ah]
C100 [Ah]
SB 12 / 60
34
45
52
56
60
SB 12 / 75
48
60
66
70
75
SB 12 / 100
57
84
89
90
100
SB 12 / 130
78
101
105
116
130
SB 12 / 185
103
150
155
165
185
SB 06 / 200
104
153
162
180
200
SB 06 / 330
150
235
260
280
Uf (cell)
1.7 Vpc
1.7 Vpc
1.7 Vpc
1.75 Vpc
330
1.80 Vpc
Discharge time
Capacity
1h
3h
5h
10 h
100 h
C1 [Ah]
C3 [Ah]
C5 [Ah]
C10 [Ah]
C100 [Ah]
4 OPzV 240
108
151
175
200
240
5 OPzV 300
135
189
219
250
300
6 OPzV 360
162
227
263
300
360
5 OPzV 400
180
252
292
350
400
6 OPzV 500
225
315
365
420
500
7 OPzV 600
270
378
438
490
600
6 OPzV 720
324
454
526
600
720
8 OPzV 960
432
605
701
800
960
10 OPzV 1200
540
756
876
1000
1200
12 OPzV 1400
630
882
1022
1200
1400
12 OpzV 1700
765
1071
1241
1500
1700
16 OPzV 2300
1035
1449
1679
2000
2300
20 OPzV 2900
1305
1827
2117
2500
2900
24 OPzV 3500
1575
2205
2555
3000
3500
1.67 Vpc
1.75 Vpc
1.77 Vpc
1.80 Vpc
1.85 Vpc
Uf (cell)
EXIDE Distributionscenter Berlin
ELEKTRO.TEC GmbH
Eichborndamm 129-139
D-13403 Berlin
Tel.: +49 (0)30/4111024
Fax: +49 (0)30/4111025
___________________________________________________________________________
www.elektrotec-berlin.de
info@elektrotec-berlin.de
State: June 2004
NXSSOOE05000304 · Hellersche Druckerei · Printed in Germany · Subject to change
8.3 Sonnenschein A 600 SOLAR
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