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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
protect pV 2000
and 2800
on-Grid solar inVerter
en
DOC n° 07/08/1002-2 Rev 04
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CONTENTS
Before you start
Safety instructions
Limited Warranty
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1. Overview
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2. Features
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3. Installation instructions
Opening the package
Before installation
Mounting Protect PV to the wall
Connecting to the grid (AC utility)
Connect to PV Panel (DC input)
Checking
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4. System diagram 17
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Operating your PV-Inverter
Modes of operation
Front panel
Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT)
Accuracy of the reading
6. Inverter status Display information LED
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7. Communications
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8. Trouble shooting 26
9. Specifications
Electrical Typical efficiency charts vs. load
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10. Regulation & Certificates Complicance & Standards 30
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BEFORe you start
Congratulations on purchasing your Protect PV 4600 Grid PV-Inverter
from AEG Power Solutions GmbH referred to in this manual as
“PV-Inverter”, or simply the “device”). This PV-Inverter is a highly
reliable product due to its innovative design and perfect quality control.
The device is dedicated to high-demand, grid-linked PV systems.
This manual contains important information regarding installation and
safe operation of this unit. Be sure to read this manual carefully before
using your PV-Inverter.
If you encounter any difficulties during installation or operation, please
refer to this manual before contacting your local AEG PS dealer or
representative. To obtain the latest manual and product information,
please contact AEG PS.
All the information included in this manual will be fully known and
understood. Any mishandling and/or misuse of the product,
contravening or ignoring the indications and specifications included in
this manual, could lead to the cancellation of the guarantee and, more
importantly, to personal damage or personal accidents.
Both material and personal safety will prevail in all actions
performed with the product. Should there be any doubt regarding this,
please ask AEG PS.
Thank you for choosing our product. Please keep this manual on hand
for quick reference.
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safety instructions
risk of electric shock
1. Do not remove the casing. Protect PV® contains no user serviceable
parts. Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
Both AC and DC voltage sources are terminated inside the PV-Inverter.
Please disconnect these circuits before servicing.
2. When a photovoltaic panel is exposed to light, it generates a DC
voltage. When connected to this equipment, a photovoltaic panel will
charge the DC link capacitors.
3. Energy stored in this equipment’s DC link capacitors presents a risk
of electric shock. Even after the unit is disconnected from the grid
and photovoltaic panels, high voltages may still exist inside the PVInverter. Do not remove the casing until at least 30 minutes after disconnecting all power sources.
4. This unit is designed to feed power to the public power grid (utility)
only. Do not connect this unit to an AC source or generator. Connecting Protect PV® to external devices could result in serious damage to
your equipment.
5. Remove the unit carefully from its packaging and inspect for external
damage. If you find any imperfections, please contact your local AEG
PS dealer.
6. Hot surfaces
Although designed to meet all safety requirements, some parts and
surfaces of Protect PV are still hot during operation. To reduce the risk
of injury, do not touch the heat sink at the back of the PV-Inverter or
nearby surfaces while Protect PV is operating.
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limited warranty
The limited warranty provided by AEG Power Solution (“AEG PS”) in
this Statement of Warranty applies only to Equipment purchased for
residential, commercial or industrial use in the ordinary course of the
business.
terms of warranty
AEG PS warrants that it is sufficiently experienced, properly qualified,
registered, licensed, equipped, organized and financed to perform the
Work in compliance with the terms of this Agreement.
AEG PS warrants that the Equipment shall be free from defects in design, materials and workmanship for a period of sixty (60) months from
the date of commissioning when AEG PS authorized service personnel
performed the commissioning and start-up of the Equipment, but not
longer than sixty six (66) months from the date of notification that the
goods are ready for dispatch, whichever occurs first.
In the event that the Equipment fails to meet the foregoing warranty,
AEG PS undertakes to repair and/or replace any part found to be faulty
due to errors in design or manufacture, or to be made of faulty materials if trained & authorized AEG PS personnel has conduct commissioning and start-up of the Equipment.
An AEG PS Commissioning and Start-Up Service must be performed/
completed by AEG PS or by authorized service personnel. If not,
the on-site Warranty will be voided and replacement of defective parts
only will be covered.
AEG PS shall have no liability and no obligation to repair the installed
Equipment if non-authorized personnel performed the start-up and
such start-up caused the Equipment to be defective.
In addition, the Warranty does not cover defects originating from the
materials provided by the Purchaser, a design imposed by the
Purchaser, incidents brought about by contingencies or acts of God
or any other cause the vendor could not reasonably be expected to
foresee or whose consequences it could not prevent, repairs or replacements imposed by normal wear and tear of the equipment, damage or
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accidents brought about by the Purchaser‘s actions, such as negligence,
connection error, failure to follow instructions for maintenance, abnormal use due in particular to electrical or mechanical overload.
Any parts furnished under this warranty may be new or factory-remanufactured. Repair or replacement of a defective Equipment or
part thereof does not extend the original warranty period.
The AEG PS reserves the rights to modify if necessary the mechanism
of the equipment in order to fulfil this Agreement.
warranty claims procedure
Should you be experiencing technical issues with your inverters, please
have your installer or reseller report the case to the country specific
AEG PS hotline. AEG PS service hotline numbers are available by consulting the www.aegps.com website. To better assist you, your installer
will require having the following information readily available:
- Caller’s contact information
- Product type and serial number
- Installation date
- Problem occurrence date
- Problem description and error code
Should the service hotline conclude to a replacement of the inverter,
your installer or reseller will be required to download and complete the
appropriate RMA (Return Material Authorisation). A PDF version of the
RMA document can be downloaded from the www.aegps.com website.
The system replacement will be facilitated by following and accepting
the general terms and conditions mentioned on the second page of the
RMA document.
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exclusions
AEG PS shall not be liable under the Warranty if its testing and examination discloses that the alleged defect in the Equipment does not
exist or was caused by your or any third person’s misuse, negligence,
improper installation or testing, unauthorized attempts to repair or
modify, or any other cause beyond the range of the intended use, or by
accident, fire, lightning or other hazard.
There are no warranties, expressed or implied, by operation of law or
otherwise, of Equipment sold, serviced or furnished under this Agreement or in connection herewith. AEG PS disclaims all implied Warranties of merchantability, satisfaction and fitness for a particular purpose.
The AEG PS express warranties will not be enlarged, diminished,
or affected by and no obligation or liability will arise out of AEG PS
rendering technical or other advice or service in connection with the
Equipment. The foregoing warranties and remedies are exclusive and
in lieu of all other warranties and remedies. The warranties set forth
above, constitute sole liability of AEG PS and purchaser’s exclusive
remedy for any breach of such Warranties. The warranties extend only
to purchasers and are not extended to any third parties.
In no event shall AEG PS, its officers, directors, affiliates or employees
be liable for any form of indirect, special, consequential or punitive
damages arising out of the use, service or installation of the Equipment,
whether such damages arise in contract or tort, irrespective of fault,
negligence or strict liability or whether AEG PS has been advised in
advance of the possibility of such damage.
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Warranty extension
The original factory warranty can be extended by purchasing additional
Extended Warranty Program which extends factory warranty by five (5)
years from the date the original factory warranty is ending and guaranty
repair and/or replacement of defective parts. Travelling time, expenses
and board and accommodation costs will be charged to the Purchaser.
The Extended Warranty must be purchased within the first 12 months
of the inverter purchase.
The Extended Warranty Program does not cover failure due to
commissioning or Start-Up by non-authorized personnel, improper
operation or use of the equipment, lack of maintenance, alterations to
original design or a change in location or operating use.
Extended warranty doesn’t cover wear and tear parts such as cooling
fans.
The other terms of Extended Warranty Program are defined in the
Terms of warranty section.
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1. overview
Protect PV 2000 & 2800
display
information switch
LCD display:
showing the
inverter status
operation led,
green, normal
operation led,
red, fault
status
utility (AC)
connection
solar panel
input
RS232 cover
RS485 slot
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2. features
• Very high conversion efficiency (>96%)
• MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking)
• Higher power capacity than similar products of the same size.
• Embedded LCD display showing complete status information
• Natural convection cooling. Quiet, fan-less design
• Stylish, modern casing
• Compact, small profile
• High reliability
• Easy installation
• Maintenance free
• Standard RS-232, optional RS-485 and others
• Embedded ENS meets VDE 0126 (1999.04), VDE 0126-1-1
• No external GFCI breaker is required
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3. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
OPENING THE PACKAGE
After opening the package, please check the contents of the box. It
should contain the following:
1. One Protect PV inverter
2. Instruction manual
3. One mounting frame
4. 4 mounting screws
5. 2 safety-lock screws
6. One AC socket assembly for Protect PV 2000 and 2800
BEFORE Installation
Before starting installation please consider the following items:
This unit is designed for indoor usage. Do not expose the unit to
wet, or moist conditions.
Do not expose the PV-Inverter to direct sunlight. Direct sunlight increases the internal temperature that may reduce conversion efficiency.
• Check the ambient temperature of installation is within specified
range of -20 ~ +55 °C.
• The AC grid voltage is between 196 and 253VAC, 50/60Hz.
• Electric utility company has approved the grid connection.
• Qualified personnel are performing the installation.
• Adequate convection space surrounds the inverter.
• Inverter is being installed away from explosive vapors.
• No flammable items are near the inverter.
Protect PV can be installed and operated at locations where the ambient temperature is up to 55°C. However, for optimal operation, it is
recommended that Protect PV is installed where the ambient temperature is between 0~40°C.
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mounting Protect PV to the wall
1. Select a wall or solid vertical surface that can support the
PV-Inverter.
2. P
rotect PV requires adequate cooling space. Allow at least 20cm
space above and below the inverter.
20 cm space
20 cm space
3. U
sing the mounting frame as a template, drill 4 holes as illustrated in
the following figures.
4. F
ix the mounting frame as the
figure shows. Do not drive-in the
screws flush to the wall. Instead,
leave 2 to 4mm exposed.
5. H
ang the inverter on the
mounting frame.
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6. Check the installation
conditions
a) Do not install the PVInverter on a slanted
surface
b) Check the upper straps
of PV-Inverter and
ensure it fits on to the
bracket
c) Insert safety-lock screws
to the bottom leg to
secure the inverter.
Check the secure mounting of the PV-Inverter by trying to raise it
from the bottom. The PV-Inverter should remain firmly attached.
Select the installation location so that the status display can be easily
viewed.
Choose a strong mounting wall to prevent vibrations while Protect PV is
operating.
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Connecting to the grid (AC utility)
1. Measure grid (utility) voltage and frequency. It should be 230VAC
or 220VAC), 50/60Hz, and single phase.
2. Switch off by breaker or fuse between PV-Inverter and utility.
3. For Protect PV 2000 and 800, connect AC wires as follows:
• Disassemble female socket.
• Connect AC wires to connection socket as indicated.
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• Connect Phase to pin 1, Neutral to Pin 2 and PE to Pin
• Assemble the socket again and attach.
• Twist the coupling ring to the PV-Inverters receptacle. Make sure it is
correctly matched.
To prevent risk of electric shock, ensure that PE is properly
grounded before operating the PV-Inverter.
4. Suggested wire-cross section or AC wire
model
diameter Ø
(mm)
area (mm2)
awG no.
Protect PV 2000
1,29
1,5
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Protect PV 2800
1,63
2,0
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Connect to PV Panel (DC input)
1. Make sure the maximum open circuit
voltage (Voc) of each PV string is less than
450VDC UNDER ANY CONDITION. We
recommend Voc less than 360VDC with
ambient temperature of 25C.
2. Use MC 3 (Multi-contact) connectors for
PV array terminals.
3. Connect the positive and negative terminals
from the PV panel to positive (+) terminals and negative (-) terminals
on the PV-Inverter. Each DC terminal on Protect PV endorses 20ADC
Before connecting PV panels to DC terminals, please make sure the
polarity is correct. Incorrect polarity connection could permanently
damage the unit.
Check short-circuit current of the PV string. The total short-circuit
current of the PV string should be less than the inverter’s maximum DC
current.
High voltages exist when the PV panel is exposed to the sun. To reduce
risk of electric shock, avoid touching live components and treat connection terminals carefully.
Checking
1. When the PV panels are connected and their output voltage is
greater than 100 VDC but the AC grid is not yet connected, the
message on the LCD display produce the following messages in
order: “MODEL= XkW” -> “Waiting” -> “No Utility”. The display
repeats “No Utility” and the RED “fault LED” turns on.
2. Close the AC breaker or fuse between PV-Inverter and grid.
The normal operating sequence begins.
3. Under normal operating conditions the LCD displays “Watt=xxxx
xW”. That is the power fed to the grid. The green LED turns lights-up.
4. This completes the check.
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4. SySTEm diagRam
The typical connection diagram for the entire PV system is shown in the
following figure.
1. Pv-Panel: Provide DC power to Protect PV inverter
2. Protect Pv PV-inverter Converts DC (Direct Current) power from
PV panel(s) to AC (Alternating Current) power. Because Protect PV is
grid-connected it controls the current amplitude according to the PV
Panel power supply. Protect PV always tries to convert the maximum
power from your PV panel(s).
3. Connection system: This “interface” between Utility and PV-Invertermay consist of electrical breaker, fuse and connecting terminals. To
comply with local safety standards and codes, the connection system
should be designed and implemented by a qualified technician.
4. utility: Referred to as “grid” in this manual, is the way your electric
power company provides power to your place. Please note that
Protect PV can only connect to low-voltage systems (namely, 220,
230VAC, 50/60Hz).
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5. Operating Your PV-Inverter
Modes of operation
There are 3 different modes of operation.
1. Normal mode: In this mode, Protect PV works normally. Whenever
the supplied power from PV panel is sufficient (voltage>150VDC),
Protect PV converts power to the grid as generated by the PV panel.
If the power is insufficient, (voltage<120VDC) Protect PV enters a
“waiting” state. Whilst “waiting” Protect PV uses just enough power
from the PV panel monitor internal system status. In normal mode
the green LED is on.
2. Fault mode: The internal intelligent controller can continuously
monitor and adjust the system status. If Protect PV finds any unexpected conditions such as grid problems or internal failure, it will
display the information on its LCD and light up the red “Fault” LED.
3. Shutdown mode: During periods of little or no sunlight, Protect PV
automatically stops running. In this mode, Protect PV does not take
any power from the grid. The display and LED’s on the front panel
do not work.
Front Panel
Operating Protect PV is quite easy. During normal operation, Protect
PV runs automatically. However, to achieve maximum conversion
efficiency of Protect PV please read the following information:
1. Automatic ON-OFF: Protect PV starts up automatically when
DC-power from the PV panel is sufficient. Once the PV-Inverter starts
it enters one of the following 3 states:
• Standby: The PV string can only provide just enough voltage
to minimum requirements of the controller.
• Waiting: When the PV string DC voltage is greater than 100V,
Protect PV enters a “waiting” state and attempts to connect to the
grid.
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• Normal operation: When PV string DC voltage is greater than
150V, Protect PV operates in the normal state. In this state, it
feeds power to the grid.
Protect PV automatically stops when the PV
power is not enough.
a. Press the “Function” key repeatedly until
“Contrast” shows in the display.
b. Hold the “Function” key down for more than
2 seconds, until display shows “Set contrast”
and a bar graph on the right.
c. Press the “Function” key repeatedly until the
display’s contrast is acceptable.
d. Release the key for more than 10 seconds,
the display will show “Watt=xxxx.xW”.
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maximum power point trackinG (mppt)
A good PV inverter must be able to convert the maximum power from
any PV panel. Due to its advanced design, Protect PV PV-Inverter can
track the maximum power from your PV panel in any condition. When
the displayed power on the LCD output does not change dramatically,
Protect PV inverter is converting the maximum power from panels.
When the LCD power reading is significantly changes, Protect PV is
tracking the power according to the varied sunlight.
When the PV panel’s output is low, the feeding DC-power may drift
slowly as does the AC power. It is because PV-Inverter is tracking
maximum DC-power continuously.
accuracy of the readinG
The reading on the LCD is just for reference. We do not recommend
using the data for checking or testing of the system. normally, its
accuracy is around ±2%. In all ranges of operation, the accuracy is up
to ±5%.
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6. Inverter Status
Protect PV is designed to be user-friendly; therefore, the status of the
Inverter can be easily understood by reading the information shown
on the front panel display. All possible messages are shown in the
following table.
Display information
Operating conditions
Message
Description
Power off
No display
PV inverter is totally
shutdown, VPV <=70V
Standby
STANDBY
90V< Input voltage < =100V
Normal Working Status
Input voltage range 100~150V
during start-up. After PV
voltage is higher than 100V,
inverter is waiting for feeding
to grid
When PV voltage> 150V,
inverter is checking feeding
conditions
Inverter is feeding power. After 10
seconds of this display, LED will show
wattage.
Initialization & waiting
READY
Check grid
CHECKINGxxxs
Feeding grid, MPPT
GRID CONNECTED
FLASH
FLASH
FLASH-firmware
Today energy
Etoday=xxx.xxkWh
Total energy to has been fed
to grid since today
Instantaneous
Output power
Pac=xxx.xW
The real time output power in xxxx W
Accumulated energy
information
Etot=xxxxxxkWh
Total energy to has been fed
to grid since inverter was
installed
Grid voltage
Vac=xxx.xV
Grid voltage in xxx.x VAC
Grid frequency
Fac=xx.xHz
Grid frequency in xx.x Hz
Monitoring parameters
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Feeding current
Iac=xx.xA
PV array voltage
Vdc=xxx.xV
Feeding current amount in
xx.x A
Input voltage from PV array,
xxx.x VDC
System Fault
Isolation failure
GFCI active
Grid failure
Earth fault of the PV-panels or
failure of surge voltage protection
Leakage current on ground
ERR GROUND FAULT
conductor is too high
Grid measured data is beyond
ERR GRID
the specification (voltage &
frequency)
ERR ISOLATION
No utility1
NO GRID
Utility is not available
Input voltage too high
SOBRETENSION DC
DC OVERVOLTAGE
Input voltage higher than the
450V
Inverter Fault
Consistent failure
Temperature too high1
Output relay failure
Output DC injection
too high2
EEPROM problem
Communication between
microprocessors problem
DC bus voltage is too high
DC bus voltage is too low
2.5V reference voltage
inside problem
Output DC sensor
abnormal
GFCI detection
abnormal
The readings of 2 microprocessors
are not consistent. It could be
ERR MICROS
caused by CPU and/or other
circuits do not function well.
The internal temperature is
OVERTEMPERATURE
higher than normal value.
The relay between inverter
ERR AC RELAY
and grid is not functional
Output DC injection
HIGH DC LEVEL
too high
EEPROM inside has data
ERR EEPROM
access problem
The communication between
ERR COM
MCU inside is abnormal
The DC BUS inside is higher than
HIGH DC BUS
expected
The DC BUS inside is lower
LOW DC BUS
than expected
The 2.5V reference inside are
ERR REF 2.5V
abnormal
The DC output sensor is
ERR DC SENSOR
abnormal
The GFCI detection circuit is
ERR GFCI
abnormal
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Inverter information
Model display
MODEL PV 4600
Inverter model, xkW inverter
LCD Contrast
CONTRAST
The top menu of LCD contrast
setting
LCD contrast setting
SET CONTRAST
Setting the contrast of LCD
LCD display lock
LCD LOCKED
Hold the present display
message
Waiting for
reconnect to grid
RECONNECTIONxxxs
The time for reconnect to grid
Firmware version
FIRMWARE xx.xx
F/W version information
Setting Language
SET LANGUAGE
Set up of the display language
LCD display Language
LANGUAGE ENG
Display Language of LCD
LED
There are 2 LED’s on Protect PV, one is green and the other is red.
Normally, only the green LED switches on during operation. Their
indicated status is explained as follows:
1. Power on (green LED): It lights to indicate that Protect PV is running.
2. Fault (red LED): Illuminates during a “fault” or “failure”. Details of
possible faults and their solutions can be found in the previous table.
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7. COmmuNiCaTiONS
Protect PV is equipped with a powerful communications interface and
options. Use Protect PV Monitor to monitor the status of your PV
Inverter. Also, qualified personnel can upgrade the firmware using the
RS232 port.
1. RS232: To use the RS232 port, remove the RS232 cover on the
bottom side of Protect PV. It is a DB9 socket. The pin definition is
pin
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
functional description
n.C.
TxD
RxD
n.C.
Common
n.C.
n.C.
n.C.
n.C.
n.C. means “no Connection”
2. Optional communications port: This port is a very powerful extension. Protect PV can accept a special card designed for the port
only. The RS485 card is used to work with Protect PV logger and in
multiple monitoring applications. AEG Power Solutions GmbH plan
to release other communication cards in the near future. For information of card details, please refer to the user manual of each individual
card. To get the latest information, please contact with your local
AEG PS dealer or visit our website.
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3. Firmware upgrade: To keep the firmware up to-date, use the RS232
port and supplied program to upgrade firmware. To do this, please
contact your local AEG PS service
To prevent risk of damage it is recommended that only
authorized personnel perform firmware upgrades.
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8. Trouble shooting
In most situations, the Protect PV inverter requires very little service.
However, if Protect PV is not able to work perfectly, please refer to the
following instructions before calling your local AEG PS dealer.
• Should any problems arise, the red (Fault) LED on the front panel
turns on and the LCD displays the relevant information. Please refer
to the following table for a list of potential problems and their
solutions.
DISPLAY
Isolation Fault
System Fault
Ground I Fault
Grid Fault
Impedance Fault
No Utility
Possible actions
1. Check the impedance is between PV (+) & PV (-) and the PVInverter is earthed. The impedance must be greater than 8M
2. If the problem persists please call service
1. The ground current is too high.
2. Unplug the inputs from the PV generator and check the
peripheral AC system
3. After the cause is cleared, re-plug the PV panel and check
PV-Inverter status.
4. If the problem persists please call service.
1. Wait for 5 minutes, if the grid returns to normal, PV-Inverter
automatically restarts.
2. Make sure grid voltage and frequency meet the specifications
3. If the problem persists please call service
1. Grid impedance higher than the permissible value.
2. Wait for 5 minutes, see if it works again.
3. Check the wires between the PV-Inverter and grid. Replace with
larger wires if necessary.
4. Adjust impedance parameter by Protect PV Data program.
5. If the problem persists please call service
1. Grid is not connected.
2. Check grid connection cables.
3. Check grid usability.
Inverter Failure
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1. Check the open PV voltage, see if it is greater than or too close
to 450VDC
PV over Voltage
2. If PV voltage is less than 450VDC, and the problem still occurs,
please call local service
1. Disconnect PV (+) or PV (-) from the input, restart the PVConsistent Fault
Inverter
2. If it does not work, call service
1. The internal temperature is higher than specified normal value
2. Find a way to reduce the ambient temperature.
Over Temperature
3. Or move the inverter to a cooler environment
4. If it is not effective, call local service
Relay Failure
DC INJ High
EEPROM Failure
1. Disconnect ALL PV (+) or PV (-)
2. Wait for few seconds
3. After the LCD switches off, reconnect and check again
4. If the message reappears call your local service
SCI Failure
High DC Bus
Low DC Bus
Ref 2.5V Fault
DC Sensor Fault
GFCI Failure
• If there is no display on the panel, please check PV-input connections.
If the voltage is higher than 150V, call your local service.
• During periods of little or no sunlight, the PV-Inverter may
continuously start up and shut down. This is due to insufficient power
generated to operate the control circuits.
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9. Specifications
MODELL
Protect PV 2000
Protect PV 2800
DC INPUT
Nominal DC voltage
max. PV open voltage
MPPT range
Working range
Number of MPP Tracker
max. Input current
360 VDC
500 VDC
150–450 VDC
100–500 VDC
1
10 ADC
360 VDC
500 VDC
150–450 VDC
100–500 VDC
1
13 ADC
2000 W
2200 W
184–264,5 VAC
50 Hz
<3%
~1
2800 W
3000 W
184–264,5 VAC
50 Hz
<3%
~1
LCD Display
1 line, 16 Char.
> 96 %
> 95 %
IP 43
–20 °C ~ 55 °C
0 ~ 95 %
non-condensing
~7W
< 35 dBA
Standard: RS232
Optional: RS485
and others
LCD Display
1 line, 16 Char.
> 96 %
> 95 %
IP 43
–20 °C ~ 55 °C
0 ~ 95 %
non-condensing
~7W
< 35 dBA
Standard: RS232
Optional: RS485
and others
350 x 302 x 124
12,25
350 x 302 x 139
12,5
aC OUTPUT
Output power
max. power
Operational voltage
Operational frequency
Current distorsion
Power factor (cos ϕ)
system
Display
Max. efficiency
Euro efficiency
Protection degree
Operation temp.
Humidity
Standby power
Acoustic noise level
Comm. Interface
mechanical
W x D x H (mm)
Weight (kg)
Product specifications are subject to change without notice
Hinweis: Aufgrund von Toleranzen der Testgeräte, Umgebungsbedingungen und Modellspezifikationen können tatsächliche Ergebnisse abweichen.
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Typical Efficiency charts vs. Load
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10. Regulation & Certificates
Compliance & Standards
EMC:
DIN EN 50081, part 1 (EMV-interference emission) (EN 55014, EN
60555 part 2, EN 55011 group 1, class B)
DIN EN 50082, part 1 (EMV-interference immunity)
GRID INTERFACE:
DIN EN 61000-3-2
GRID MONITORING:
EN DIN VDE 0126 (1999.04), VDE 0126-1-1:2006-02
LOW VOLTAGE REGULATION:
DIN EN 50178 (4.98) (VDE 0160, IEC62103)
DIN EN 60146, Teil 1-1 (3.94) (VDE 0558, Teil 11)
The certificates regarding compliance of the Protect PV 2000 and
PV2800 inverter with: VDE standards, RD 1663/2000, EC markings
or other international standards will be issued upon request.
Incident Form
In order to provide a better and faster client assistance service
in the case of an incident, please fill in the form on the service sheet
and guarantee attached to this with the information requested.
This form will be filled in by a technician who is responsible for
the installation of the solar plant and sent to the AEG PS for this to be
registered to then deal with the incident.
As many copies as are necessary may be made of this form in
order to inform on different incidents that may affect each individual
inverter.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
EN, 07/12 - V1 - 8000022287
AEG is a registered trademark used under license from AB Electrolux
AEG Power Solutions GmbH
Emil-Siepmann-Str. 32
59581 Warstein-Belecke - Germany
Tel.: +49 (0) 2902 763-520/-290 - Fax: +49 (0) 2902 763-1201
www.aegpowercontrollers.com - www.aegps.com
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