RGK400SA RGK420SA
31100301
RGK400SA RGK420SA
I470GB06 16
STAND-ALONE GENERATING SET CONTROLLERS
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
CAUTION!
● Read this manual before use and installation.
● This equipment must be installed by qualified personnel according to applicable standards in order to prevent injury or damage to property.
● Before any maintenance operation on the device, disconnect power from all measuring and power supply inputs.
● The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for electrical safety in case of improper use of the equipment.
● The products illustrated herein are subject to alteration and changes without prior notice. Descriptions and specifications are therefore not contractually binding.
● A circuit breaker must be included in the electrical installation of the building. This must be installed near the equipment and within easy of the operator. It must be marked
as the disconnecting device of the equipment: IEC/ EN 61010-1 § 6.12.2.1.
● Clean the equipment with a soft cloth; do not use abrasive products, liquid detergents or solvents.
Contents
Introduction
Description
Functions of front panel buttons and controls
Display indications
Navigating between the display pages
Switching on and starting up (RGK400SA)
Switching on and starting up (RGK420SA)
Expandability
Inputs and outputs
User alarms (UAx)
IR programming port
Parameter setting from PC
Parameter setting from smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi
Parameter setting from smartphone or tablet via NFC
Automatic acquisition of rpm/W ratio
Main menu
Parameter settings (setup) from front panel
Parameter table
Programmable input functions
Programmable output functions
Alarms
Alarm table
Commands menu
Installation
Connection diagrams
Terminal layout
Mechanical dimensions and panel cut-out
Technical characteristics
Manual revision history
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Introduction
The RGK400SA and RGK420SA controllers implement state-of-the-art functions for use with manual control (stand-alone) generating sets. The RGK400SA incorporates front panel
buttons for switching the controller on and off and starting and stopping the generator. On the RGK420SA, this function is performed by a key switch on the front panel.
Advanced features like a wide LCD display, optical port on the front panel, expandability by means of rear module and programming using NFC technology make these controllers
state-of-the-art in their field.
Description
 Controller for stand-alone generating sets.
 Compact housing for standard 96x96 mm panel cut-out, with 110x110mm front frame.
 Versions:
o
RGK400SA – 4 buttons on front panel: switching on-off by button.
o
RGK420SA – 3 buttons + 3-position key lock (OFF-ON-REM) on front panel, with key removable in positions OFF and REM (remote).
 Remote start input for switching the controller on and off and for starting the genset engine.
 1 expansion slot for EXP series modules.
 White backlit LCD icon display, with extended temperature range.
 Simultaneous display of 3 selectable quantities, 2 in large characters with bar graph and 1 in alphanumeric form.
 Alarms and protections displayed by:
o
Generic alarm symbol
o
Specific alarm icon
o
Alarm code
o
Description in selected language
 Parameter and alarm messages in 5 languages (ENG-ITA-FRA-SPA-DEU).
 3 Ph+N, 480 VAC rated generator voltage measuring input.
 1 ph current input.
 6 digital inputs, including
o
4 standard digital inputs
o
1 digital or resistive analog input
o
1 remote start input
 5 * 2A protected static outputs arranged in two groups of 2+3 outputs, with separate common terminals.
 EXP1040 expansion module to add:
o
2 digital or resistive analog inputs (total 8 inputs).
o
2 protected 2A static outputs (total 7 outputs).
 12 or 24 VDC power supply (indifferent), protected against reversed polarity.
 Genset engine speed monitoring by W/AC/Pick-up/Frequency.
 Maintenance interval management.
 Optional front panel gasket (code EXP8005) for IP65 protection of RGK400.
 NFC interface for wireless programming from smart device (smartphone or tablet).
 Optical interface on front panel for programming and maintenance.
 Compatible with SAM1 app, NFC app and Xpress remote configuration and control software.
RGK400SA
RGK420SA
Functions of front panel buttons and controls
▼ ▲buttons - For scrolling the display and selecting menu options.
START button - Starts the engine.
STOP button (RGK400SA) - Stops the engine (short press) - Switches the controller on and off (long press).
Key in OFF position (RGK420SA) - Stops the engine and switches the controller off. The key can be removed in this position.
Key in ON position (RGK420SA) - Switches the controller on. The key cannot be removed in this position.
Key in REM position (RGK420SA) - Transfers controller switching and engine starting to the INP6 / REM.STA input. The key can be removed in this position.
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Display indications
Oil pressure alarm
icon
Generic alarm icon
Engine temperature
alarm icon
Fuel level alarm icon
High/low engine
speed alarm icons
Maintenance alarm
icon
Battery or charging
alarm icon
Other measures
indicator
Generator voltages
indicator
Glow plug pre-heating
time icon
Remote start icon
Additional measurements, alarm, state and
setting messages
Navigating the display pages
 Press the ▼ button to scroll through the left indicator measurements. The following measurements are displayed in rotation:
o
Mean phase-to-phase voltage
o
Phase-to-phase voltages
o
Phase-to-neutral voltages
 Press the ▲ button to scroll through the right indicator measurements. The following measurements are displayed in rotation:
o
Frequency
o
Current
o
Power output
o
Fuel level (if enabled)
o
Oil pressure (if enabled)
o
Engine temperature (if enabled)
o
Battery voltage
 The numeric indicator at the bottom of the display normally shows engine working hours, but pressing the ▲button switches it to RPM display.
 Certain measurements may not be displayed, depending on controller setup and connections to the generating set.
 The user can specify a default configuration, in which the display appears when the controller is powered on and to which it returns if no buttons are pressed for a given time.
 To set up these functions, see the P01 – Utility menu.
Switching on and starting up (RGK400SA)
 To switch on the controller when battery power is present at the terminals, press and hold the STOP button for 1 seconds. The device switches on and performs a self-test.
The model and revision number appear on the display.
 With the controller switched on but before the motor is started, the pressure/temperature/battery charging icons indicate the state of the corresponding sensors.
 To start the engine, press the START button for 1 second. The controller runs the engine start procedure but makes only one start attempt. If this attempt fails and you wish to try
again, press the START button again.
 To stop the engine, press the STOP button for 1 second. The controller performs an engine cooling cycle (if required) and then runs the engine stop procedure.
 To switch off the controller, press and hold the STOP button for 3 seconds. The engine is stopped, then the controller switches off. If an engine cooling cycle is needed, the
controller only switches off at the end of this, after the engine has stopped. During the cooling cycle, the display reads out a countdown of the time to engine shutdown. If you
wish to stop the engine immediately, press the STOP button again during the cooling cycle.
 If the remote starting input is used, closing its circuit to ground switches on the controller and starts the engine, making multiple attempts if necessary.
 Opening the circuit stops the engine and switches off the controller, leaving it a state of zero battery consumption.
Switching on and starting up (RGK420SA)
 To switch on the controller when battery power is present at the terminals, turn the key switch to the ON position. The device switches on and performs a self-test. The model
and revision number appear on the display.
 With the controller switched on but before the motor is started, the pressure/temperature/battery charging icons indicate the state of the corresponding sensors.
 To start the engine, press the START button for 1 second. The controller runs the engine start procedure but makes only one start attempt. If this attempt fails and you wish to try
again, press the START button again.
 To stop the engine, turn the key switch back to the OFF position. The controller performs an engine cooling cycle (if required) and then runs the engine stop procedure.
The controller switches off at the end of the engine stop procedure.
 The remote start input is disabled when the key switch is in OFF or ON position.
 With the key switch in REM position (even with the key removed), starting and stopping via the remote input is enabled. Closing the remote starting circuit to ground switches on
the controller and starts the engine, making multiple attempts if necessary.
 Opening the remote starting circuit, stops the engine and switches off the controller, leaving it a state of zero battery consumption.
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Expandability
 Thanks to its expansion bus, the RGK4...SA can be expanded with additional modules of the EXP... series.
 The RGK400SA and RGK420SA support the EXP1040 expansion module, which provides additional 2 inputs and outputs.
 To install the module, proceed as shown in the figure, with the controller switched off:
 The next time the controller is switched on, it automatically recognises the expansion module and makes the new resources available.
Inputs and outputs
 The inputs and outputs are identified by a code and a sequential number. For example, the digital inputs are named INPx, where x is the input number. Similarly, the digital
outputs are named OUTx.
 The input/output numbering is a sequential numbering from the top down.
CODE
INPx
OUTx
DESCRIPTION
BASE
EXP
Digital inputs
Digital outputs
1…6
1…5
7...8
6…7
User alarms (UAx)
 The user can define up to 2 programmable alarms (UA1…UA2).
 The following can be established for each alarm:
o the source, i.e. the condition that generates the alarm;
o the text of the message that appears on the display when the alarm condition occurs;
o the properties of the alarm (as for standard alarms), i.e. how it interacts with the genset controller.
 If the alarm is displayed following activation of an external digital input, then the source must be an INPx.
 The user can define a freely programmable message to appear on the display.
 Properties for user alarms can be defined using the same method applied to normal alarms. In other words, users can decide whether a given alarm must stop the engine,
sound the siren, activate the generic alarm output etc. See the Alarm chapter.
 Multiple simultaneous alarms are displayed in sequence.
 Use the specific command in the Commands menu to reset a programmed alarm with memory.
 See the settings menu to define alarms.
IR programming port
 The parameters of the RGK4...SA may be configured via the front panel optical port using the IR-USB CX01 programming dongle or the IR-Wi-Fi CX02 dongle.
 Simply insert the connectors of the CX... dongle in the sockets of the port on the front panel to obtain mutual recognition of the devices, indicated by the green LINK LED lighting
on the programming dongle.
USB CX01 and Wi-Fi CX02 programming dongles
Setting parameters from a PC
 Xpress configuration and control software can be used to transfer setup parameters (previously set) from the RGK4...SA to a PC hard disk and vice versa.
 Parameter transfer from a PC to the RGK4...SA may be partial, i.e. only the parameters of specified menus will be transferred.
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Parameter setting from smartphone or tablet via Wi-Fi
 It is possible to establish a wireless connection to the RGK4..SA using the LOVATO Electric SAM1 app, available for Android or iOS tablets and smartphones, and the CX02
accessory.
 The app can be used to view alarms, send commands, read measurements, set parameters, download events and send collected data via e-mail.
RGK420SA
Parameter setting from a smartphone or tablet via NFC
 The LOVATO Electric NFC app for Android devices (smartphones and tablets) lets you program parameters in a simple and intuitive way, with no need for connection cables.
This method even works with the RGK4...SA switched off.
 Preprogrammed parameters can be transmitted to the RGK4...SA controller simply by resting a smart device on the front panel.
 Pre-requisites for functioning:
o
The smart device must support NFC protocol and the NFC function must be active and not locked.
o
If the RGK4...SA is switched on, the genset engine must be stopped.
o
If an advanced password is set (see P03.03), this must be known, or access will not be possible.
o
It is best to have the app pre-loaded on the smart device. If it is not, proceed to the next step anyway.
You will be routed automatically to the on-line store's installation site.
o
Rest the smart device on the front panel of the RGK4..SA controller, more or less in the position shown alongside.
Hold it in position for a few seconds until you hear a beep. The app runs automatically and the parameters are loaded and
displayed.
o
Parameter menus are accessed and parameters changed in exactly the same way as for the other apps described
previously.
o
Make all the changes you need then press the Send button and hold the smart device in touch with the front panel of the
RGK4...SA controller again. The new parameters are transferred to the RGK4...SA controller. A reset is required to make
them active. This operation is shown by the NFC wording appearing on the display of the RGK4...SA controller.
Automatic acquisition of rpm/W ratio

To acquire this ratio, the W signal must be connected and rated engine speed must be set in the setup menu.

With the engine running at normal speed, press and hold the START and ▲ buttons.

Wait a few seconds until the RPM appears on the display, then release the buttons.

The W/RPM ratio is calculated and memorised.
Main menu
 To access the main menu, press the ▲and ▼buttons simultaneously with the engine stopped.
 This provides access to the following functions:
FUNCTION
Password setting (if enabled – see P03)
Access to the SETUP menu
Access to the Commands menu
Information
Total engine working hours
Maintenance (if enabled – see P17.01)
Rental hours (if enabled – see P17.02)
Exit from main menu
DISPLAY
PAS
SETUP
CMD
INFO
ENG.TOT
MAINT
RENT
EXIT
 Select the required function by pressing ▲ and ▼.
 Press START to confirm.
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Setting parameters (setup) from the front panel
 To access the parameter programming (setup) menu:
o Engine must be stopped.
o From the normal measurement display, press ▲and ▼simultaneously for 2 sec to enter the Main menu.
o While SETUP is shown, press START.
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
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The first menu is shown (P01) with its scrolling description.
Select the desired menu from the list below using ▲and ▼and confirm with START.
The first parameter of the selected menu is shown, with its scrolling description.
Select the desired parameter in the menu using ▲and ▼and confirm with START.
The present setting of the parameter is shown. Change the value using ▲and ▼. Confirm the value with START. Display goes back to parameter selection.
Press simultaneously ▲and ▼for a short time to go back to menu selection or for 2 sec to save settings and quit setup (in this case the unit restarts).
Code
P01
P02
P03
P04
P05
P06
P07
P08
P09
P10
P11
P12
P13
P14
P15
P17
P18
ALA
MENU
DESCRIPTION
UTILITY
GENERAL
PASSWORD
CONFIGURATIONS
BATTERY
ACOUSTIC ALARMS
ENGINE SPEED
OIL PRESSURE
COOLANT TEMPERATURE
FUEL LEVEL
ENGINE START
GENERATOR VOLTAGE CONTROL
GENERATOR PROTECTION
DIGITAL INPUTS
DIGITAL OUTPUTS
MISCELLANEOUS
USER ALARMS
ALARMS TABLE
Language, brightness, display pages, etc.
System specifications
Access code setup
Multiple programmable configurations
Battery parameters
Control of internal buzzer and external siren
Engine speed sensors and parameters
Oil pressure sensors and parameters
Engine temperature sensors and parameters
Fuel level sensors and parameters
Engine start cycle parameters
Generator voltage parameters
Alternator protection functions
Programmable digital input functions
Programmable digital output functions
Miscellaneous functions, e.g. maintenance etc.
User programmable alarms
Alarm enabling and effect
Parameter table
P01 – UTILITY
P01.01
UoM
Default
ENG
%
%
sec
sec
100
25
180
300
V sum
Language
P01.02
P01.03
P01.04
P01.05
P01.06
Display backlight brightness high
Display backlight brightness low
Low backlight brightness delay
Return to default measurements
Default left indicator measurement
P01.07
Default right indicator measurement
Hz
P01.08
Shutdown delay (RGK400SA only)
min
OFF
P01.01 – Display text language selection.
P01.02 – High display backlight adjustment.
P01.03 – Low display backlight adjustment.
P01.04 – Delay before switching to low display backlight.
P01.05 – Delay before returning to default page display when no button is pressed. If set to OFF, the last manually selected page remains on the display.
P01.06 – Default left measurement displayed on power up and after reset delay.
P01.07 – Default right measurement displayed on power up and after reset delay.
P01.08 – If a value in minutes is set, the controller switches off automatically after this time when in STOP mode.
P02 - GENERAL
P02.01
P02.02
P02.03
P02.04
P02.05
P02.06
UoM
A
A
CT primary
CT secondary
Use of VT
VT primary
VT secondary
Phase sequence check
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5
5
OFF
100
100
OFF
Range
ENG
ITA
FRA
ESP
DEU
0-100
0-50
5-600
OFF / 10-600
V sum
VL1-L2
VL2-L3
VL3-L1
VL1
VL2
VL3
Hz
A
kVA
%Fuel
Oil Pr
Temp
V batt
OFF/1-1440
Range
1-10000
1-5/OFF
OFF-ON
50-50000
50-500
OFF
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L1-L2-L3
L3-L2-L1
P02.01 – Value for current transformer primary. Example: with CT 800/5 set 800.
P02.02 – Value for phase current transformer secondary. Example: with CT 800/5 set 5. OFF= no display of the current.
P02.03 – Use of voltage transformers (VT) on the generator voltage measuring inputs.
P02.04 – Primary value of voltage transformers, if used.
P02.05 – Secondary value of voltage transformers, if used.
P02.06 – Phase sequence control enabling. OFF = no control. Direct = L1-L2-L3. Inverted = L3-L2-L1. Note: The corresponding alarms must also be enabled.
P03 - PASSWORD
UoM
Default
P03.01
Enable passwords
OFF
P03.02
User level password
1000
P03.03
Advanced level password
2000
P03.04
Remote access password
OFF
P03.01 – If set to OFF, password management is deactivated; access to settings and the Commands menu is free.
P03.02 – If P03.01 is set ON, specify here the sequence needed to obtain user level access. See the Password protected access chapter.
P03.03 – As for P03.02, but referred to Advanced level access.
P03.04 – If set to a numeric value, this represents the code to be sent over the serial line before remote commands can be transmitted.
P04 – MISCELLANEOUS
(CNFn, n=1…2)
P04.n.01
Rated voltage
P04.n.02
Connection type
UoM
V
Default
Range
OFF-ON
0-9999
0-9999
OFF/1-9999
Range
400
L1-L2-L3-N
50-50000
L1-L2-L3-N
L1-L2-L3
L1-N-L2
L1-N
P04.n.03
Type of voltage control
L-L
L-L
L-N
L-L + L-N
P04.n.04
Rated current
A
5
1-10000
P04.n.05
Rated frequency
Hz
50
50
60
P04.n.06
Rated engine speed
RPM
1500
750-3600
P04.n.07
Rated apparent power
kVA
Aut
Aut / 1-10000
Note: This menu is divided into 2 sections, referring to the two configurations CNF1...CNF2. See the section on variable configuration management.
P04.n.01 - Rated generator voltage. Always set phase-to-phase voltage for polyphase systems.
P04.n.02 - Choice of connection type: three-phase with/without neutral, two-phase or single-phase.
P04.n.03 - Voltage checks on phase-to-phase voltages, phase voltages or both.
P04.n.04 - Rated generator current. Used to set protection thresholds in percentages.
P04.n.05 - Rated generator frequency.
P04.n.06 - Rated engine speed (RPM).
P04.n.07 - Rated apparent power of generator.
P05 - BATTERY
UoM
P05.01
Rated battery voltage
V
P05.02
MAX voltage threshold
%
P05.03
MIN voltage threshold
%
P05.04
MIN/MAX voltage delay
sec
P05.01 - Rated battery voltage. If set to AUT, nominal battery voltage is automatically recognized during power-up.
P05.02 - MAX battery voltage alarm threshold.
P05.03 - MIN battery voltage alarm threshold.
P05.04 - MIN and MAX battery alarm delay.
Default
Aut
130
75
10
P06 - ACOUSTIC ALARMS
P06.01
Siren sound mode on alarm
Default
Timed
Range
OFF
Keypad
Timed
Repeated
P06.02
Sound activation time on alarm
sec
30
OFF/1-600
P06.03
Sound activation time before starting
sec
OFF
OFF / 1-600
P06.04
Acoustic signalling device
SIREN
OFF
SIREN
P06.01 - OFF = siren deactivated. Keypad = Siren sounds continuously until cancelled by pressing a button on the front panel. Timed = Siren sounds for the time specified in
P06.02. Repeated = Siren sounds for the time in P06.02, pauses for three times this value, and then repeats cyclically.
P06.02 - Acoustic signal activation time on alarm.
P06.03 - Acoustic signal activation time before engine starts.
P06.04 - Acoustic signalling device enabling.
P07 – ENGINE SPEED
P07.01
Engine speed measurement source
P07.02
P07.03
P07.04
P07.05
P07.06
RPM / W - pick-up ratio
MAX speed threshold
MAX speed alarm delay
MIN speed threshold
MIN speed alarm delay
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Range
Aut / 12 / 24
110-140%
60-130%
0-120
UoM
%
sec
%
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W/Pick-Up
1.000
110
3.0
90
5
Range
OFF
Freq-Gen.
W/Pick-Up
0.001-50.000
80-120
0.5-60.0
80-100
0-600
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P07.01 - Selection of source from which engine speed measurement is obtained. OFF = speed not measured or displayed. Freq. Gen = RPM calculated from frequency of
generator. Rated frequency corresponds to rated speed. W / Pick-up = RPM calculated from the frequency of the W/Pick-up/AC signal from the permanent magnet
battery charging alternator, referred to the RPM/W (Pick-up) ratio set in the next parameter.
P07.02 - Ratio between RPM and frequency of the W or pick-up signal. Can be set manually or acquired automatically using the following procedure: From the engine speed
page, with the engine running at rated speed, press START and AUT (viceversa if in AUT mode) and hold for 5 seconds. The system acquires the current speed as rated
speed, and uses the current frequency of W to calculate the value of parameter P07.02.
P07.03 - P07.04 - Threshold and delay for high engine speed alarm.
P07.05 - P07.06 - Threshold and delay for low engine speed alarm.
P08 – OIL PRESSURE
P08.01
Source of measurement
UoM
Default
OFF
Range
OFF
INP1
AN2
AN3
P08.02
Resistive sensor type
VDO
VDO
VEGLIA
DATCON
MURPHY
P08.03
Resistive sensor offset
Ohm
0
-30.0 - +30.0
P08.04
Unit of measure for pressure
bar
bar
psi
P08.05
MIN pressure pre-alarm
(bar/psi)
3.0
0.1-180.0
P08.06
MIN pressure alarm threshold
(bar/psi)
2.0
0.1-180.0
P08.01 - Specifies the source of the oil pressure measurement. OFF = analog measurement not used. The INP1 terminal is used as programmable digital input.
INP1 = measurement taken from resistive sensor with analog input to INP1 terminal. AN2-AN3 = measurement taken from resistive sensor with analog input to
expansion module EXP1040 terminals.
P08.02 - If a resistive sensor is used, the relevant curve must be selected. Curves can also be set freely using Xpress software.
P08.03 - If a resistive sensor is used, this parameter lets you add or subtract an offset in Ohm from the set curve, for example to compensate for cable length. This value can be
set without entering the setup, using the rapid function in the Commands menu, which displays measurements while performing calibration.
P08.04 - Selection of unit of measure for oil pressure.
P08.05 - P08.06 – The minimum oil pressure pre-alarm and alarm thresholds respectively. See the corresponding alarms.
P09 – COOLANT TEMPERATURE
P09.01
Source of measurement
UoM
Default
OFF
P10 – FUEL LEVEL
P10.01
Source of measurement
UoM
Default
INP1
Range
OFF
INP1
AN2
AN3
P09.02
Resistive sensor type
VDO
VDO
VEGLIA
DATCON
MURPHY
P09.03
Resistive sensor offset
Ohm
0
-30.0 - +30.0
P09.04
Unit of measure for temperature
°C
°C
°F
P09.05
MAX temperature pre-alarm
°
90
20-300
P09.06
MAX temperature alarm threshold
°
100
20-300
P09.07
MIN temperature alarm threshold
°
OFF
OFF/20-300
P09.08
Load transfer temperature
°
OFF
OFF/20-300
P09.09
Temperature sensor alarm delay
min
OFF
OFF / 1 – 60
P09.01 - Specifies the source of the coolant temperature measurement. OFF = analog measurement not used. INP1 = measurement taken from resistive sensor with analog
input to INP1 terminal. AN2 – AN3 = measurement taken from the analog inputs of the optional expansion module EXP1040.
P09.02 - If a resistive sensor is used, the relevant curve must be selected. Curves can also be set freely using Xpress software.
P09.03 - If a resistive sensor is used, this parameter lets you add or subtract an offset in Ohm from the set curve, for example to compensate for cable length. This value can be
set without entering the setup, using the rapid function in the Commands menu, which displays measurements while performing calibration.
P09.04 - Selection of unit of measure for temperature.
P09.05 - P09.06 – The maximum coolant temperature pre-alarm and alarm thresholds respectively. See the corresponding alarms.
P09.07 - Determines the minimum coolant temperature alarm threshold. See the corresponding alarms.
P09.08 - If engine temperature exceeds this threshold (engine hot), load is transferred after 5s instead of after the normal load detection time set in P12.05. If engine
temperature is under this threshold (engine cold) load is transferred after the time set here.
P09.09 - Resistive temperature sensor fault alarm delay.
P10.02
Resistive sensor type
P10.03
P10.04
P10.05
Resistive sensor offset
MIN fuel level pre-alarm
MIN fuel level
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Range
OFF
INP1
AN2
AN3
VDO
VEGLIA
DATCON
MURPHY
-30.0 - +30.0
0-100
0-100
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P10.01 - Specifies the source of the fuel level measurement. OFF = analog measurement not used. The INP1 terminal is used as programmable digital input.
INP1 = measurement taken from resistive sensor with analog input to INP1 terminal. AN2 – AN3 = measurement taken from the analog inputs of the optional expansion
module EXP1040.
P10.02 - If a resistive sensor is used, the relevant curve must be selected. Curves can also be set freely using Xpress software.
P10.03 - If a resistive sensor is used, this parameter lets you add or subtract an offset in Ohm from the set curve, for example to compensate for cable length. This value can be
set without entering the setup, using the rapid function in the Commands menu, which displays measurements while performing calibration.
P10.04 – P10.05 - The fuel level pre-alarm and alarm thresholds respectively. See the corresponding alarms.
P11 – ENGINE START
P11.01
Engine start threshold determined by voltage of battery charging alternator.
P11.02
Engine start threshold determined by generator voltage.
P11.03
Engine start threshold determined by generator frequency.
P11.04
Engine start threshold determined by engine speed.
P11.05
Glow plug pre-heating time
P11.06
Fuel pre-heating off temperature
P11.07
Fuel pre-heating timeout
P11.08
Time between Fuel valve and start
P11.09
Number of starting attempts
P11.10
Duration of starting attempts
P11.11
Pause between starting attempts
P11.12
Pause between interrupted starting attempt and next attempt
P11.13
Alarm disabled time after starting
P11.14
Engine overspeed alarm disabled time after starting
P11.15
Decelerated functioning time
P11.16
Deceleration end temperature
P11.17
Cooling time
P11.18
Stop magnet time
P11.19
Gas valve delay
P11.20
Priming time
P11.21
Choke time
P11.22
Choke off threshold
P11.23
Number of attempts with choke
P11.24
Choke start mode
Range
OFF/3.0-30
OFF/10-100
OFF/10-100
OFF/10-100
OFF/1-600
OFF/20-300
OFF/1-900
0.1-30.0
1-30
sec
1-60
sec
1-60
sec
OFF/1-60
sec
1-120
sec
0-300
sec
OFF/1-600
°
OFF/20-300
sec
1-3600
sec
OFF/1-60
sec
OFF/1-60
sec
OFF/1-60
sec
OFF/1-60
%
OFF/1-100
1-10
Consecutive
Alternating
P11.25
Fuel solenoid valve mode
Normal
Normal
Continuous
P11.26
Glow plug functioning mode
Normal
Normal
+Start
+Cycle
P11.27
Stop magnet functioning mode
Normal
Normal
Pulse
No pause
P11.01 – Battery charging alternator voltage threshold for determining motor running (D+). If the alternator does not have a D+ output, this parameter must be disabled.
P11.02 – Generator voltage threshold for determining motor running (VAC).
P11.03 – Generator frequency threshold for determining motor running.
P11.04 – ‘W’ speed or pick-up signal threshold or AC from permanent magnet alternator threshold for determining motor running.
P11.05 – Glow plug pre-heating time before engine start.
P11.06 – Engine temperature over which fuel pre-heating is deactivated.
P11.07 – Maximum fuel pre-heating time.
P11.08 – Time between opening of fuel valve and activation of starter motor.
P11.09 – Total number of automatic engine start attempts.
P11.10 – Duration of engine start attempts.
P11.11 – Pause between one engine start attempt during which no engine running signal is detected and next start attempt.
P11.12 – Pause between one engine start attempt interrupted by false start and next start attempt.
P11.13 – Time for which alarms are disabled immediately after engine start. Used for alarms active when engine is running. Example: minimum oil pressure.
P11.14 – As above, with particular reference to engine overspeed alarms.
P11.15 – Energisation time for output programmed with Decelerator function.
P11.16 – Engine temperature over which decelerated functioning is disabled.
P11.17 – Maximum cooling cycle time. Example: time which elapses between disconnection of load from the genset and the actual stopping of the engine.
P11.18 – Energisation time for output programmed with Stop magnet function.
P11.19 – Time between activation of Start output (starter motor) and activation of output programmed with Gas valve function.
P11.20 – Energisation time for output programmed with Priming function.
P11.21 – Energisation time for output programmed with Choke function.
P11.22 – Percentage of rated generator voltage over which the output programmed as Choke is de-energised.
P11.23 – Number of start attempts with Choke on.
P11.24 – Choke control mode for gasoline engines. Consecutive = all start attempts are made with choke on. Alternating = start attempts alternate between choke on and
choke off.
P11.25 – Control mode for Fuel solenoid valve output: Normal = the fuel solenoid valve relay is deactivated during pauses between start attempts. Continuous = the Fuel
solenoid valve relay remains activated during pauses between start attempts.
P11.26 – Control mode for Glow plug pre-heating output: Normal = the Glow-plug output is energised for the set time before the first start attempt. +Start = The Glow-plug output
remains energised during the start attempt. +Cycle = The Glow-plug output remains energised throughout the entire start cycle.
P11.27 – Control mode for Stop magnet output: Normal = the Stop magnet output is energised during the stop phase and remains activated for the set time after the engine has
actually stopped. Pulse = the Stop magnet output is activated only for a timed pulse. No pause = the Stop magnet output is de-energised during pauses between one
start attempt and the next. During the stop phase, the Stop magnet output remains energised until the end of the set time.
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VDC
%
%
%
sec
°
sec
sec
Default
10.0
25
30
30
OFF
OFF
OFF
1.0
5
5
5
OFF
8
8
OFF
OFF
120
OFF
OFF
OFF
OFF
5
2
Consecutive
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P12 – GENERATOR VOLTAGE CONTROL
P12.01
MIN voltage threshold
P12.02
MIN voltage delay
P12.03
MAX voltage threshold
P12.04
MAX voltage delay
P12.05
Delay for return of generator within thresholds
P12.06
MIN/MAX threshold hysteresis
P12.07
MAX asymmetry threshold
P12.08
MAX asymmetry delay
P12.09
MAX frequency threshold
P12.10
MAX frequency delay
P12.11
MIN frequency threshold
P12.12
MIN frequency delay
P12.13
Generator voltage control mode
UoM
%
sec
%
sec
sec
%
%
sec
%
sec
%
sec
Default
80
5
115
5
20
3.0
15
5
110
5
90
5
INT
Range
70-100
0-600
100-130 / OFF
0-600
1-9999
0.0-5.0
OFF / 5-25
0-600
100-120/OFF
0-600
OFF/80-100
0-600
OFF
INT
EXT
1-600
1-600
P12.14
Generator low voltage alarm delay
sec
240
P12.15
Generator high voltage alarm delay
sec
10
P12.01 – Percentage value of minimum voltage alarm threshold.
P12.02 – Minimum voltage alarm delay.
P12.03 – Percentage value of maximum voltage alarm threshold (can be disabled).
P12.04 – Maximum voltage alarm delay.
P12.05 –Delay after which generator voltage is considered within thresholds.
P12.06 – Percentage hysteresis for returning voltage within thresholds, calculated with respect to set minimum and maximum values.
P12.07 – Maximum phase asymmetry threshold, referred to rated voltage.
P12.08 – Asymmetry alarm delay.
P12.09 – Maximum frequency alarm threshold (can be disabled).
P12.10 – Maximum frequency alarm delay.
P12.11 – Minimum frequency alarm threshold (can be disabled).
P12.12 – Minimum frequency alarm delay.
P12.13 – OFF = Generator control disabled. INT = Generator voltage controlled by the RGK4...SA. EXT = Generator voltage controlled by external device. A programmable input
with the External generator control function can be connected to the external generator control device.
P12.14 – Low generator voltage alarm delay.
P12.15 – High generator voltage alarm delay.
P13 – GENERATOR PROTECTION
P13.01
Maximum current alarm threshold.
P13.02
Maximum current alarm delay
P13.03
Short circuit alarm threshold
P13.04
Short circuit alarm delay
P13.05
Maximum current restore time
P13.01 – Percentage threshold referred to rated current for alarm A31 Maximum generator current.
P13.02 – Delay for alarm in previous parameter.
P13.03 – Percentage threshold referred to rated current for alarm A32 Generator short circuit.
P13.04 – Delay for alarm in previous parameter.
P13.05 – Delay for restoring current to within threshold set in P13.01.
UoM
%
sec
%
sec
sec
Default
OFF
4.0
OFF
0.02
Range
100-500/OFF
0.0-60.0
100-500/OFF
0.00-10.00
60
0-5000
P14 – PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL INPUTS
UoM
Default
Range
(INPn, n=1…8)
P14.n.01
INPn input function
(miscellaneous)
(see Input functions table)
P14.n.02
Function index (x)
OFF
OFF / 1…99
P14.n.03
Contact type
NO
NO/NC
P14.n.04
Closing delay
sec
0.05
0.00-600.00
P14.n.05
Opening delay
sec
0.05
0.00-600.00
Note: This menu is divided into 8 sections referring to the 8 possible digital inputs INP1…INP8 that the RGK4..SA controller can manage. Inputs INP1 to INP6 refer to
the corresponding terminals on the controller while inputs INP7 and INP8 refer to the inputs provided by the EXP1040 expansion module, used as digital
inputs.
P14.n.1 – Selection of corresponding input function (see Programmable input function table).
P14.n.2 – Index associated with the function programmed by the previous parameter (if relevant). Example: If the input function is set to execution of Commands menu Cxx and
this input must execute command C.07 in the Commands menu, then P18.n.02 must be set to 7.
P14.n.3 – Contact type selection: NO normally open or NC normally closed.
P14.n.4 – Selected input contact closing delay.
P14.n.5 – Selected input contact opening delay.
P15 – PROGRAMMABLE DIGITAL OUTPUTS
UoM
Default
Range
(OUT1…7)
P15.n.01
OUTn output function
(miscellaneous)
(See Output functions table)
P15.n.02
Function index (x)
1
OFF / 1…99
P15.n.03
Normal/reverse output
NOR
NOR / REV
Note: This menu is divided into 7 sections referring to the 7 possible digital outputs OUT1…OUT7 that the RGK4..SA controller can manage. Outputs OUT1 to OUT5
refer to the corresponding terminals on the controller while outputs OUT6 and OUT7 refer to the outputs provided by the EXP1040 expansion module.
P15.n.1 – Selection of corresponding output function (see Programmable output function table).
P15.n.2 – Index associated with the function programmed by the previous parameter (if relevant). Example: If the output function is set to Alarm Axx and this output must be
energised when alarm A31 occurs, then P19.n.02 must be set to 31.
P15.n.3 – Sets the output state when the associated function is not active: NOR = output de-energised, REV = output energised.
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P17 - MISCELLANEOUS
UoM
Default
P17.01
Maintenance interval
h
OFF
P17.02
Rental hours pre-set
h
OFF
P17.03
Maximum kVA alarm threshold
%
OFF
P17.04
Maximum kVA alarm delay
sec
0
P17.05
Generator switch feedback delay
sec
5
P17.01 – This defines the programmed maintenance interval, expressed in hours. If set to OFF, the maintenance interval is deactivated.
P17.02 – Number of rental hours to be pre-set in counter by command C05 Rental hours pre-set.
P17.03…P17.04 – Threshold and delay for alarm A34 Generator kVA threshold exceeded.
P17.05 – Delay for A36 alarm.
P18 – USER ALARMS
(UAn, n=1…2)
P18.n.01
UoM
Alarm source
P18.n.02
Channel no. (x)
P18.n.03
Text
Note: This menu is divided into 2 sections for defining user alarms UA1 and UA2.
P18.n.01 – Defines the digital input or internal variable the activation of which generates the user alarm.
P18.n.02 – Number of channel referred to the previous parameter.
P18.n.03 – Free text that will appear in the alarm window.
Example: User alarm UA2 must be generated by the closing of input INP5 and must display the ‘Doors open’ message.
In the case, set menu section 2 (for alarm UA2) as follows:
P18.2.01 = INPx
P18.2.02 = 5
P18.2.03 = ‘Doors open’
Range
OFF/1-99999
OFF/1-99999
OFF/5-250
0-9999
1-60
Default
Range
OFF
OFF
INPx
OUTx
OFF / 1…99
(text - 16 characters)
1
UAn
Programmable input functions
Function
Disabled
Configurable
Oil pressure
Engine temperature
Fuel level
Emergency stop
Remote stop
Off load remote start
On load remote start
Start without stop
Generator protection
Remote control lock
Setup lock
External GEN control
Enabling of load transfer to generator
GEN switch feedback
Keypad lock
Genset and keypad lock
Radiator coolant level
Siren OFF
Breaker state alarm
Alarm inhibit
Reset alarms
Commands menu C(xx)
Simulate STOP button
Simulate START button
Configuration selection
Water in fuel
Description
Input disabled.
Freely configurable by the user.
Digital sensor for low engine oil pressure.
Digital sensor for maximum engine coolant temperature
Digital sensor for low fuel level
When open, generates A23 Emergencyy stop alarm. Not needed if +COM1 is used with incorporated input.
Stops engine from remote point.
Starts the engine remotely without transferring load to the generator. The signal must be maintained for as long as
the engine needs to run. On deactivation of the signal, the engine begins its stop cycle.
Starts the engine remotely and connects load to the generator. The signal must be maintained for as long as the
engine needs to run. On deactivation of the signal, the engine begins its stop cycle.
Starts the engine remotely and does not stop it in the event of an alarm. The signal must be maintained for as long
as the engine needs to run. On deactivation of the signal, the engine begins its stop cycle.
Generator protection tripped signal from external device.
Locks control and write operations via serial port. Data reading remains possible.
Prevents access to the programming (setup) menu.
Generator voltage control signal from external device. If active, indicates voltage within thresholds.
OK to transfer load to generator.
Alarm A36 Generator switch fault is generated in the event of discrepancy between the control output and the
actual state.
Locks functioning of front panel, excluding page navigation buttons.
Locks functioning of the generating set and keypad.
Alarm A40 Radiator coolant low is generated when input is activated..
Disables the siren.
With the input OFF, starting is prevented and alarm A41 Breaker closed is triggered. This function is used in
manual control mode when the generator's remote breaker is not used and a manually operated breaker is used
instead. This function is needed to be sure that no load is connected before the generator starts. In AUT mode,
when the input is ON, starting is prevented and alarm A42 Breaker open is activated. This function is needed to
avoid starting the generator and wasting fuel without a load.
When active, disables alarms for which the Inhibit property is active.
Resets retaining alarms the cause of which has ceased.
Executes the command defined by the index parameter (xx).
Closing the input is equivalent to pressing the button.
Closing the input is equivalent to pressing the button.
Selects one of the two possible configurations. See menu P04 Multiple configurations.
Generates alarm A47 Water in fuel.
Programmable output functions
Function
Disabled
Configurable
Close generator switch
Description
Output disabled.
Freely configurable by the user.
Close generator remote switch command.
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Starter motor
Fuel solenoid valve
Global alarm
Energise starter motor.
Energise the fuel solenoid valve.
Output activated in the presence of any alarm with the Global alarm property activated.
Mechanical fault
Output activated if at least one alarm with this property is enabled.
Electrical fault
Output activated if at least one alarm with this property is enabled.
Siren
Decelerator
Powers the acoustic warning siren.
Commands deceleration in the start phase. Energised as soon as the engine starts, for the set maximum
duration.
Opposite to the previous function
Output energised to stop the engine.
Activation of glow plug pre-heating prior to engine start.
Controls the gas delivery solenoid valve. Opens after a delay with respect to the energisation of the starter motor
and closes early with respect to the stop command.
Choke for starting gasoline engines.
Injects gasoline to start gas fuelled engines. The gasoline start relay is energised in parallel with the gas
solenoid valve only during the first engine start attempt.
Energised when engine is running.
Energised when engine is in cooling cycle.
Controls the fuel pre-heating valve. See the descriptions of parameters P11.06 and P11.07.
Output energised when alarm Axx is active (xx=1…alarm number).
Output energised when alarm UAx is active (x=1…2).
Accelerator
Stop magnet
Glow plugs
Gas valve
Choke
Gasoline start valve
Engine running
Engine cooling
Pre-heating valve
Alarms A01-Axx
Alarms UA1..UA2
Alarms
CODE
A01
A02
A03
A04
A05
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
DESCRIPTION
Engine temperature pre-alarm (analog sensor)
Engine temperature high (analog sensor)
Analog temperature sensor fault
Engine temperature high (digital sensor)
Engine temperature low (analog sensor)
Oil pressure pre-alarm (analog sensor)
Oil pressure low (analog sensor)
Analog pressure sensor fault
Oil pressure low (digital sensor)
Digital pressure sensor fault
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
Fuel level pre-alarm (analog sensor)
Fuel level low (analog sensor)
Analog fuel level sensor fault
Fuel level low (digital sensor)
Battery voltage high
Battery voltage low
Battery discharged
Battery charging alternator fault
A19
“W / pick-up” signal fault
A20
“W / pick-up” low engine speed
A21
A22
A23
“W / pick-up” high engine speed
Start failure
Emergency stop
A24
Unexpected engine stop
A25
A26
Stop failure
Generator frequency low
A27
A28
Generator frequency high
Generator voltage low
A29
A30
A31
Generator voltage high
Generator voltage asymmetry
Generator maximum current
A32
A33
Generator short circuit
External generator protection tripped
A34
A35
A36
Generator power threshold exceeded
Generator phase sequence wrong
Generator switch fault
A37
Maintenance request
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DESCRIPTION OF ALARM
Occurs if engine temperature rises above the pre-alarm threshold set in P09.05.
Occurs of engine temperature rises above the alarm threshold set in P09.06.
Occurs if the resistive temperature sensor is in open circuit (disconnected).
Occurs if engine overtemperature is signalled by activation of the digital input programmed for this function.
Occurs if engine temperature falls below the alarm threshold set in P09.07.
Occurs if engine oil pressure falls below the pre-alarm threshold set in P08.05.
Occurs if engine oil pressure falls below the alarm threshold set in P08.06.
Occurs if the resistive pressure sensor is in open circuit (disconnected).
Occurs if low oil pressure is signalled by activation of the digital input programmed for this function.
Occurs if the engine has stopped for over one minute, but the oil pressure sensor has not closed its contacts to
signal no oil pressure. It is assumed that the sensor is disconnected.
Occurs if fuel level falls below the pre-alarm threshold set in P10.04.
Occurs if fuel level falls below the alarm threshold set in P10.05.
Occurs if the resistive fuel level sensor is in open circuit (disconnected).
Occurs if low fuel level is signalled by activation of the digital input programmed for this function.
Occurs if battery voltage remains above the threshold set in P05.02 for longer than the time set in P05.04.
Occurs if battery voltage remains below the threshold set in P05.03 for longer than the time set in P05.04.
Occurs if engine start attempts have reduced battery voltage below the minimum threshold.
Occurs if the engine is running (generator voltage and/or frequency or ‘W / pick-UP’ signal detected) but the battery
charging alternator signal (D+) remains under the engine running voltage threshold set in P11.01 for more than 4
seconds.
Occurs if speed control is enabled and the engine is running (battery charging alternator signal or generator voltage
and/or frequency signal detected) but no ‘W / pick-up’ engine speed signal is detected within 5 seconds.
Occurs if the engine is running (battery charging alternator signal or generator voltage and/or frequency signal
detected) and is not decelerated, but the ‘W / pick-up’ engine speed signal remains under the threshold set in
P07.05 for the time set in P07.06.
Occurs if the ‘W / pick-up’ engine speed signal remains over the threshold set in P07.03 for the time set in P07.04.
Occurs if the engine has not started after the set number of start attempts.
Occurs if power is removed from the terminal +COM1 or if a digital input programmed to function as ‘Emergency
stop’ is activated.
Occurs after the alarm activation delay if the engine stops of its own accord, without the controller having
commanded the shut-down.
Occurs if the engine has not stopped 65 seconds after the beginning of the stop cycle.
Occurs if the engine is running but the frequency of the generator remains below the threshold set in P12.11 for the
time set in P12.12.
Occurs if the frequency of the generator remains above the threshold set in P12.09 for the time set in P12.10.
Occurs if the engine is running but the voltage of the generator remains below the threshold set in P12.01 for the
time set in P12.14.
Occurs if the voltage of the generator remains above the threshold set in P12.03 for the time set in P12.15.
Occurs if asymmetry between the generator phases exceeds the threshold set in P12.07 for the time set in P12.08.
Occurs if current from the generator exceeds the percentage threshold set in P13.01 for the time set in P13.02. If
this alarm occurs, wait for the reset time set in P13.05 before resetting it.
Occurs if current from the generator exceeds the percentage threshold set in P13.03 for the time set in P13.04.
If programmed, occurs if the digital input contact for the generator's external thermal protection device closes while
the genset is running.
Occurs if power from the generator exceeds the percentage threshold set in P17.03 for the time set in P17.04.
Occurs if the detected phase sequence does not correspond to that programmed.
Occurs after the time set in P17.05 if a discrepancy is detected between the state of the controller output and that of
the feedback input for the generator switch / breaker.
Occurs when the hours of the maintenance interval reach zero. See menu M17. Use the Commands menu to reset
functioning hours and reset the alarm.
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A38
A39
A40
A41
System error (5V)
Rental time finished
Radiator coolant low.
Manual breaker closed.
A42
Manual breaker open.
A46
Configuration change not possible
A47
UA1
…
UA2
Water in fuel
User alarm
Occurs if an internal error occurs in the RGK4...SA controller. Contact Technical Support.
Occurs when rental hours reach zero. Use the Commands menu to reset rental hours and reset the alarm.
Occurs if the coolant level falls below the minimum.
Occurs during local engine starting if the state of the input programmed as Breaker state alarm is detected as
inactive.
Occurs during remote engine starting or engine starting and running if the state of the input programmed as Breaker
state alarm is detected as active.
Occurs if the position of the digital inputs for the 2 selectable configurations has been changed, but the conditions
for implementing the change do not exist (e.g. engine running).
Occurs if the contact signals the presence of water in the fuel.
The user alarm is generated by the activation of the variable or input assigned to it in menu M18.
Alarm table
A01
A02
A03
A04
A05
A06
A07
A08
A09
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16
A17
A18
A19
A20
A21
A22
A23
A24
A25
A26
A27
A28
A29
A30
A31
A32
A33
A34
A35
A36
A37
A38
A39
A40
A41
A42
A46
A47
UA1
UA2
Engine temperature warning (analog sensor)
High engine temperature (analog sensor)
Analog temperature sensor fault
High engine temperature (digital sensor)
Low engine temperature (analog sensor)
Oil pressure prealarm (analog sensor)
Low oil pressure (analog sensor)
Analog pressure sensor fault
Low oil pressure (digital sensor)
Digital pressure sensor fault
Fuel level prealarm (analog sensor)
Fuel level low (analog sensor)
Analog level sensor fault
Fuel level low (digital sensor)
High battery voltage.
Low battery voltage
Inefficient battery
Battery alternator fault
“Pick-up/W” signal fault
“Pick-up/W” engine speed low
“Pick-up/W” engine speed high
Starting failed
Emergency stopping
Unexpected stop
Engine stopping failure
Low generator frequency
High generator frequency
Low generator voltage
High generator voltage
Generator voltages asymmetry
Max. generator current
Generator short-circuit
Generator external protection intervention
Generator power threshold exceeded
Generator phase sequence error
Generator contactor anomaly
Maintenance request
System Error
Rent hours expired
Radiator coolant level low
Manual circuit breaker closed
Manual circuit breaker open
Cannot change configuration
Water in fuel
UA1
UA2
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No LCD
Inhibit.
Motor
Run
Cooling
Engine
stop
Siren
E.Fault
Elect.
M.Fault
Mec.
Glob. Al.
Retained
DESCRIPTION
Enabled
COD
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Commands menu
CODE COMMAND
C01
C02
C03
C04
C05
Reset maintenance interval
Reset partial engine hour count
Reset total engine hour count
Set engine hour count
Reset rental hour count
ACCESS
LEVEL
User
User
Advanced
Advanced
Advanced
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DESCRIPTION
Resets the maintenance alarm and resets the maintenance hour count to the set value.
Resets the engine's partial hour count.
Resets the engine's total hour count.
Sets the engine's total hour count to a determined value.
Reset's the engine's rental hour counter to the set value.
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Advanced
Advanced
Resets all parameters to their default values.
Saves a copy of all current parameter settings to backup memory for future use.
Advanced
Loads the parameter settings saved in backup memory as active values.
C09
Restore default parameters
Save parameters to backup
memory
Load parameters from backup
memory
Purge solenoid valve
Advanced
C10
Force I/O
Advanced
C11
Adjust resistive sensor offset
Advanced
Energises the fuel solenoid valve without starting the engine. The output remains active for max 5 minutes or until the
OFF button is pressed.
Enables test mode so that all outputs can be energised manually.
Caution!
The installer is entirely responsible for controlling outputs in this mode.
Calibrates resistive sensors by adding/subtracting a value in Ohms to the resistance measured by them, to
compensate for cable length or resistance offsets. Calibration is made possible by displaying the measured value in
engineering quantities.
C06
C07
C08
Installation
 The RGK4...SA controller is designed to be flat panel mounted. With correct installation and the optional seal, the RGK400SA controller achieves a front protection rating of
IP65.
 Insert the controller in the hole in the panel, making sure that the seal, if present, is correctly positioned between the panel and controller's casing.
 On the inside of the panel, proceed as shown in the figures below to fit the four fixing clips, taking care to slide the clips all the way towards the front panel.
 To make the electric connections, refer to the connection diagrams shown in the relevant section and to the requirements listed in the technical characteristics table.
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25 24 23 22
L1 L2 L3 N
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L1
N
21 20
S1 S2
25 24 23 22
L1 L2 L3 N
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GENERATORE
Connection diagram for single phase generating sets
OIL PRESSURE
LIBERO
AVVIAMENTO A DISTANZA
FUEL LEVEL (ANALOG)
PRESSIONE OLIO
TEMPERATURA MOTORE
LIVELLO CARBURANTE
FUEL LEVEL
FREE
REMOTE START
ENGINE TEMPERATURE
ENGINE ANALOG GROUND
F
F4A
MASSA ANAlLOG. MOTORE
GLOBAL ALARM
RGK ON
9 10 11 12 13 14
LIVELLO CARBURANTE (AN.)
RGK ALIMENTATO
INP6
INP5
INP4
INP3
INP2
INP1
OUT5
OUT4
OUT3
OUT2
OUT1
S1 S2
GENERATOR
CURRENT
FUEL SOLENOID VALVE
ELETTROV. CARBURANTE
AVVIAMENTO
W
8
START
GLOW PLUGS
EMERGENCY STOP
ARRESTO DI EMERGENZA
18 19
CANDELETTE
ALLARME GLOBALE
SPEED INPUT "W"
7
INGRESSO VELOCITA' "W"
+B
ALTERNATOR TYPE
BOSCH, MARELLI, LUCAS....
BATTERY
16 15
ALTERNATORI TIPO
BOSCH, MARELLI, LUCAS....
BATTERIA
L1 L2 L3 N
TENSIONE
GENERATORE
CORRENTE
GENERATORE
GENERATOR
CURRENT
25 24 23 22
GENERATOR
VOLTAGE
TENSIONE
GENERATORE
GENERATOR
VOLTAGE
GENERATOR
CURRENT
GENERATOR
VOLTAGE
CORRENTE
GENERATORE
TENSIONE
GENERATORE
Connection diagrams
Generic connection diagram for three phase generating sets with pre-excited battery charging alternator
L1
L2
L3
N
21 20
RGK400SA
RGK420SA
F
T1A
1 2 3 4 5 6 17
+D
F
F6A
Connection diagram for two phase generating sets
L1
L2
N
21 20
S1 S2
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7
18 19
C.B. REG.
8
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LIBERO
AVVIAMENTO A DISTANZA
FUEL LEVEL
FREE
REMOTE START
ENGINE TEMPERATURE
FREE
16 15
OIL PRESSURE
F
T1A
LIBERO
INP6
INP5
INP4
INP3
INP2
INP1
OUT2
10
PRESSIONE OLIO
TEMPERATURA MOTORE
LIVELLO CARBURANTE
BATTERY
OUT1
9
BATTERIA
START
8
OUT2
OUT1
EMERGENCY STOP
FUEL SOLENOID VALVE
+D
ELETTROV. CARBURANTE
AVVIAMENTO
+B
ARRESTO DI EMERGENZA
PICK-UP
ALTERNATOR TYPE
BOSCH, MARELLI, LUCAS....
BATTERY
18 19
START
FUEL SOLENOID VALVE
ELETTROV. CARBURANTE
AVVIAMENTO
+B
EMERGENCY STOP
16 15
ARRESTO DI EMERGENZA
F
T1A
7
PICK-UP
ALTERNATORI TIPO
BOSCH, MARELLI, LUCAS....
BATTERIA
16 15
ALTERNATOR TYPE
DUCATI, SAPRISA, ECC
BATTERY
F
T1A
ALTERNATORI TIPO
DUCATI, SAPRISA, ECC:
BATTERIA
Connection diagram for generating sets with speed detection by pick-up
INP1 used as digital input
1 2 3 4 5 6 17
F1
F4A
Connection diagram for generating sets with permanent magnet battery charger
C
9
F1
F4A
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Layout of terminals
INP1/AN
3
INP2
4
INP3
5
INP4
6
INP5
7
D+
8
+COM1
S1
21
9
OUT1
S2
20
10
OUT2
11
OUT3
OUT4
13
OUT5
14
+COM2
24
L3
23
N
22
I: 0,025-5A~
25
L2
19
18
17
+
--
BATTERY
12
L1
100-500VLL 50/60Hz CAT III
S.GND
2
SSR OUTPUT: 30V= 2A
1
16
15
Physical dimensions
RGK400SA
RGK420SA
Panel holes
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Technical characteristics
AC power: terminals 15, 16
Rated battery voltage
Maximum current draw
Maximum drawn/dissipated power
Operating range
Minimum starting voltage
Current in OFF mode – INP6 closed
(RGK400SA only)
Current in OFF mode
Digital inputs: terminals 3 - 6
Input type
Input current
Low input signal
High input signal
Input signal delay
Remote start input / INP6: terminal 17
Input type
Input current
Low input signal
Input signal delay
Emergency stop input: terminal 8
Input type
Input current
Low input signal
High input signal
Input signal delay
Analog input / INP1: terminal 2
Fuel level sensor
12 or 24 V = indifferently
200 mA @ 12 V = and 180 mA @24 V=
2W
7.5…33 V=
4.5 V=
<50 mA at 28 V=
<20 μA at 28 V=
negative
6 mA
1.0 V
3.4 V
50 ms
negative
10 mA (24 V=)
1.0 V
50 ms
Positive (outputs OUT 1 and 2 common)
8 mA 24 V and 4 mA 12 V
3.0 V
5.0 V
0 ms
Current 3 mA = Max
Measurement range 0-1500 Ω
Configured as digital input - INP1
Analog ground voltages
“W”/AC/PICK-UP speed input: terminals 18,19
Input type
Voltage range
Frequency range
Input impedance
Pre-excited battery charging alternator 500 rpm input: terminal 7
Operating range
Max input current
Max voltage at +D terminal
Excitation current
Generator voltmetric input: terminals 22-25
Max rated Ue voltage
Measurement range
Frequency range
Measurement type
Measurement input impedance
Connection method
Low input resistance <300 Ω
High input resistance >600 Ω
-0.5 - +0.5 V=
AC coupling
2-75 Vpp
40-10000 Hz
>100 KΩ
0-33 V=
<1 mA
12 or 24 VDC (battery voltage)
240 mA at 12 V= or 120 mA at 24 V=
480 V~ L-L (277 V~ L-N)
50-576 V~ L-L (333 V~ L-N)
45-65 Hz
True root mean square (TRMS)
> 0.5 M L-N
> 1.0 M L-L
Single phase, two phase, three phase line with or without
neutral
Amperometric inputs: terminals 20 - 21
Rated current Ie
Measurement range
1 A~ or 5 A~
for 5 A scale: 0.050 – 6 A~
for 1 A scale: 0.050 – 1.2 A~
Shunt from an external current transformer (low voltage) 5 A
max.
Root mean square (RMS)
+20%
50 A for 1 second
0.6 VA
Input type
Measurement type
Overload capacity
Overload peak
Rated burden
Measurement accuracy
Generator voltage
Static outputs OUT1 and OUT 2 (voltage + battery outputs): terminals 9, 10
Output type
Rated voltage
Rating
Protections
Static outputs OUT3 and OUT 5 (voltage + battery outputs): terminals 11, 12, 13
Output type
Rated voltage
Rating
Protections
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2 x 1 NO + COM1 common terminal
12-24 V= from battery
2A DC1 per output
Overload and short circuit
3 x 1 NO + COM2 common terminal
12-24 V= from battery
2A DC1 per output
Overload and short circuit
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Insulation voltage
Rated insulation voltage Ui
Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp
Operating frequency withstand voltage
Ambient conditions
Operating temperature
Storage temperature
Relative humidity
Maximum degree of ambient pollution
Overvoltage category
Measurement category
Climate sequence
Shock resistance
Vibration resistance
Connections
Terminal types
Cable cross section (min. & max.)
UL use data
Cable cross section (min. & max.)
Tightening torque
Enclosure
Version
Material
Front protection rating
Weight
Type-approvals and conformity
Type-approvals
Conformity to standards
500 V~
6.5 kV
3.5 kV
-30 - +70°C
-30 - +80°C
80% (IEC/EN 60068-2-78)
2
3
III
Z/ABDM (IEC/EN 60068-2-61)
15 g (IEC/EN 60068-2-27)
0.7 g (IEC/EN 60068-2-6)
Extractable
0.2-2.5 mmq (2412 AWG)
0.75 - 2.5 mm² (18-12 AWG)
0.56 Nm (5 Lbin)
Flat panel mounted
Polycarbonate
IP20 at terminals
RGK400SA IP40 at front panel
IP65 at front panel with optional gasket
RGK420SA IP40 at front panel
400 g
cULus pending
IEC/EN 61010-1, IEC/EN 61000-6-2
IEC/ EN 61000-6-3
UL508 and CSA C22.2-N°14
Use 60°C/75°C copper (CU) conductor only
AWG Range: 18 - 12 AWG stranded or solid
Field Wiring Terminals Tightening Torque: 4.5 lb.in
Flat panel mounting on a Type 1 or 4X enclosure
(RGK400SA only)
UL Marking
Manual revision history
Rev
00
Date
21/05/2016
Notes
First revision
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