Mastervolt Mass Combi Pro 12/3000-150 (230 V) Installation manual

Mastervolt Mass Combi Pro 12/3000-150 (230 V) Installation manual
MASS COMBI ULTRA
12/3000-150, 24/3500-100, 48/3500-50
INSTALLATION OF MULTIPLE CLUSTERED MASS COMBI ULTRA UNITS
INSTALLATION MANUAL
10000007117/2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
OVERVIEW MASS COMBI ULTRA ............................................................................................................................................ 2
1
GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................................................................................................. 3
2
PARALLEL CONNECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 6
3
THREE PHASE CONNECTION ....................................................................................................................................... 8
4
CONFIGURATION FOR MULTIPLE COMBI SYSTEMS ............................................................................................... 10
5
OPERATION .................................................................................................................................................................. 12
OVERVIEW MASS COMBI ULTRA
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
13
14
15
11
12
1. Display with front switch
2. Main battery negative
3. Main battery positive
4. Secondary battery positive
5. Solar DC terminal
6. Mains AC input terminal
7. Generator AC input terminal
8. AC output 1
9. AC output 2 (switched)
10. DIP switch units (2x8)
Figure 0-1: Overview of the Mass Combi Ultra
11. Fan (3x)
12. Ground stud
13. Sync connector (2x)
14. Temperature sensor connector
15. MasterBus connector (2x)
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1 GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
Use of this manual
Copyright © 2015 Mastervolt. All rights reserved.
Reproduction, transfer, distribution or storage of part or all
of the contents in this document in any form without the
prior written permission of Mastervolt is prohibited.
This installation manual has to be read in combination with
the standard User’s manual that is supplied with the Mass
Combi Ultra.
CAUTION!
Read chapter SAFETY GUIDELINES AND
WARNINGS of the User manual that comes with
the Mass Combi Ultra.


1.2
Every person who works with the Mass Combi Ultra
should be familiar with the contents of this manual, and
must carefully follow the instructions contained herein.
Store the manual in an accessible place.
Validity of this manual
This installation manual serves as a guideline for the safe
and effective installation and commissioning of the Mass
Combi Ultra in a multiple configuration, i.e.
 a parallel configuration, or
 a three phase configuration, or
 a combined three phase - parallel configuration
This manual is valid for the following models:
Part no
38013000
38023500
38043500
1.3
Model
Mass Combi Ultra 12/3000-150
Mass Combi Ultra 24/3500-100
Mass Combi Ultra 48/3500-50
Purpose of a multiple configuration
There are several reasons for a multiple configuration of
the Mass Combi Ultra:
If more output power is needed than one Mass Combi Ultra
can supply, two up to ten Mass Combi Ultras can be
connected in parallel.
If redundancy is required, Mass Combi Ultra units can be
connected in parallel to maintain reliable power supply if
one of the Mass Combi Ultra units fails in operation.
Three Mass Combi Ultra units can be connected in a 3phase configuration to supply three phase AC power. By
connecting more Mass Combi Ultra units in parallel as well,
virtually unlimited three phase power can be made
available.
1.4
General installation guidelines
When using Mass Combi Ultra units in a multiple
configuration, the following requirements are applicable in
addition to the requirements mentioned in the standard
User’s manual:
 Only identical Mass Combi Ultra units with the same
article numbers may be used in a multiple configuration.
 Maximum number of Mass Combi Ultra units in parallel:
10
 Maximum number of Mass Combi Ultra units in a three
phase -parallel configuration: 3 x 3
 Installation and commissioning of multiple Mass Combi
Ultra units requires configuration of MasterBus settings
and programming of MasterBus events by means of a
MasterBus control panel or a PC (in combination with a
MasterBus USB-interface) with MasterAdjust software
installed. The installer must be familiar with MasterBus
configuration tools and the programming of such
events.
 Allow sufficient ventilation to prevent build-up of hot air.
When installing multiple Mass Combi Ultra units either
side by side or vertically above each other, at least 10
cm / 4 inch free space must be kept the units. If
necessary, adequate measures must be taken to avoid
one Mass Combi Ultra heating up the other.
1.5
Parallel configuration diagram
Figure 1-1 shows a basic installation diagram of two Mass
Combi Ultra units in parallel. Mind that only the AC side of
the electrical system is shown here.
The generator input (Gen) of only one of the two Mass
Combi Ultra units is connected to the AC input line.
However, in this situation the Mass Combi Ultra is not able
to
commence
charging
under
the
exceptional
circumstances that the batteries were discharged too deep
(flat batteries). Only if charging of such flat batteries is
required, the generator input (Gen) of the both Mass Combi
Ultra units shall be connected to the AC input line (dashed
lines).
Both Mass Combi Ultras are supplying AC on output-1 so
the outputs are in parallel. The upper L1 serves as AC
input line from the generator, the lower L1 leads to the AC
loads.
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Three phase configuration diagram
See figure1-2. Here three Mass Combi Ultra units are
shown in a three phase configuration (only AC is shown).
The upper L1, L2 and L3 serve as the input lines from the
generator, the lower lines lead to the three phase AC
loads.
Figure 1-1: Two Mass Combi Ultra units in parallel
Figure 1-2: Mass Combi Ultra units in a three phase configuration
1.7
Multi Combi communication
Within the MasterBus databus communication protocol,
Mass Combi Ultra units connected in a parallel or a three
phase configuration shall be configured as a so called
“cluster”. After establishing such cluster, it can be operated
through MasterBus as one single power conversion unit.
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1.8
Synchronization
Synchronization between the Mass Combi Ultra units is
necessary for both parallel and 3-phase configurations. For
a 3-phase configuration, three Combi (groups) are
connected to the phase cables with a 120 degree phase
angle between them. To accomplish this, the Combis must
be able to communicate. This is done via the sync cables.
Each Combi has two sync ports for this.
Always connect the sync cables in cluster
connections!
1.9
Cable dimensions
High currents will pass through the wiring. Therefore all
wring must be correctly sized and fused according to the
locally applicable standards.
DC connection cables between the DC-distribution and the
Mass Combi Ultra units must be of equal length and crosssection. Keep the cable lengths as short as possible!
The table below shows
recommended by Mastervolt.
AC-Current
0-20 Amp
20-32 Amp
32-48 Amp
48-80 Amp
1.10
the
cable
dimensions
Minimum cross section:
2.5 mm²
AWG 13
4 mm²
AWG 11
6 mm²
AWG 9
10 mm²
AWG 7
Configuration of 6 combis
Shown below is a diagram of 6 Mass Combis Ultra. These
are 3 phases with 2 Combis in parallel each. Mind that only
the AC side of the electrical system is shown here. This
configuration is used to create a three phase AC grid.
Refer to section 1.5 for details about the dashed lines
between the generator input (Gen) and the AC input line.
Figure 1-3: a three phase configuration with two Mass Combi Ultra units in parallel per phase.
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2 PARALLEL CONNECTION
2.1
Things you need for parallel connection
Make sure you have all the parts you need to install a number of n Mass Combi Ultras in parallel:
Description
Mass Combi Ultra
Battery temperature sensor with cable and plug (included)
DC-cable to connect the positive DC connection (+) of the Mass Combi Ultra to the plus pole of the DCdistribution. See section Specifications. Maximum recommended length: 2m / 6ft, colour: preferably red or at
least a different colour to make a clear distinction between the positive and negative wire from the battery
DC-cable to connect the negative DC connection (–) of the Mass Combi Ultra to the negative pole of the DCdistribution; see section Specifications. Maximum recommended length: 2m / 6ft, colour: preferably black or at
least a different colour to make a clear distinction between the positive and negative wire from the battery
DC-fuse holder with a DC-fuse, to be integrated in the positive DC-cable. See section Specifications.
Screws / bolts (Ø 6mm) (with plugs) to mount the cabinet to a surface. Use mounting materials which are
suitable to carry the weight of the Mass Combi Ultra
AC cable* to connect the AC input of the Combis to an external power source (e.g. shore connection,
generator);
AC cable* to connect the external load to Output-1 of the Combi
AC cable* to connect the external load to Output-2 of the Combi
MasterBus cable between n Combis
MasterBus terminator
Sync cable between n Combis
Batteries. Refer to Specifications section for details.
Appropriate and reliable cable terminals, cable lugs, battery terminals and cord end terminals
Quantity
n
n
n
n
n
nx4
n
n
n
n-1
2
n-1
x
x
* Double insulated three wire cable with wire colours according to the locally applicable regulations. The applicable length and
wire diameter depend on the electrical installation
We recommend as a minimum tool kit:
• Socket wrench 13mm to fix the DC-input (battery) cables
• Flat blade screw driver 1.0 x 4.0 mm to fix the screw terminals
• Tools to fix the screws / bolts (Ø 6mm) with plugs to mount the cabinets to a surface
• Philips screw driver to open the connection area of the Mass Combi Ultra
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Installation drawing parallel connection
Figure 2-1 shows two Mass Combis Ultra connected in
parallel. All corresponding cables must be the same length.
In the figure, the AC cables between the generator and the
Combis are the same length. Also the battery DC cables
are the same length positive and negative and compared to
the other Combi.
The connection compartment of two combis is displayed,
together with the communication module (figure 0-1, item
13 to 15).
In the MasterBus network, usually a display is installed. In
parallel connection, every charger functions individually.
Parallel charging is still possible by connecting the charge
outputs in parallel to your battery bank.
*Connection of the temperature sensor is not shown in this example.
Figure 2-1: Two Mass Combi Ultra units connected in parallel
WARNING
NEVER connect shore power to the generator
input. This may result in an electric shock!
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3 THREE PHASE CONNECTION
3.1
Things you need for three phase connection
Make sure you have all the parts you need to install p Mass Combis Ultra units per phase in a three phase connection:
Description
Mass Combi Ultra
Battery temperature sensor with cable and plug (included)
DC-cable to connect the positive DC connection (+) of the Mass Combi Ultra to the plus pole of the DCdistribution. See section Specifications. Maximum recommended length: 2m / 6ft, colour: preferably red or at
least a different colour to make a clear distinction between the positive and negative wire from the battery
DC-cable to connect the negative DC connection (–) of the Mass Combi Ultra to the negative pole of the DCdistribution; see section Specifications. Maximum recommended length: 2m / 6ft, colour: preferably black or at
least a different colour to make a clear distinction between the positive and negative wire from the battery
DC-fuse holder with a DC-fuse, to be integrated in the positive DC-cable. See section Specifications.
Screws / bolts (Ø 6mm) (with plugs) to mount the cabinet to a surface. Use mounting materials which are
suitable to carry the weight of the Mass Combi Ultra
AC cable* to connect the AC input of the Combis to an external power source (e.g. shore connection,
generator);
AC cable* to connect the external load to Output-1 of the Combi
AC cable* to connect the external load to Output-2 of the Combi
MasterBus cable between m Combis
MasterBus terminator
Sync cable between m Combis
Batteries. Refer to Specifications section for details.
Appropriate and reliable cable terminals, cable lugs, battery terminals and cord end terminals
Quantity
px3
px3
px3
px3
px3
Px12
px3
px3
px3
m-1
2
m-1
x
x
* Double insulated three wire cable with wire colours according to the locally applicable regulations. The applicable length and
wire diameter depend on the electrical installation
We recommend as a minimum tool kit:
• Socket wrench 13mm to fix the DC-input (battery) cables
• Flat blade screw driver 1.0 x 4.0 mm to fix the screw terminals
• Tools to fix the screws / bolts (Ø 6mm) with plugs to mount the cabinets to a surface
• Philips screw driver to open the connection area of the Mass Combi Ultra
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Installation drawing three phase connection
Figure 3-1 shows two Mass Combis Ultra connected in a
three
Phase configuration. All corresponding cables must be the
same length. In the figure, the AC cables between the
generator and the Combis are the same length. Also the
battery DC cables are the same length positive and
negative and compared to the other Combi. The
connection compartment of three combis is displayed,
together with the communication module. As you see, the
MasterBus network has a terminator on both ends
*Connection of the temperature sensor is not shown in this example.
Figure 3-1: Three Mass Combi Ultra units connected in 3-phase
WARNING
NEVER connect shore power to the generator
input. This may result in an electric shock!
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4 CONFIGURATION FOR MULTIPLE COMBI SYSTEMS
The MasterBus name for a multi combi system is “Cluster“.
A cluster can be a
 single phase,
 split phase or
 3-phase
configuration, with one or more Mass Combi Ultra units in
parallel connection per phase.
4.1
MasterBus configuration for clusters
The table below shows the MasterBus configuration
variables and their meaning.
Value
Cluster
Phase System
Meaning
Default
Range
Configuration of your energy system.
Single phase
Dev. per phase
Select devices
Number of Combis in parallel connection per phase
Button to enable selection of the other Combis in the cluster. It
opens the Phase groups to select the combis connected via
MasterBus. If you wish to return to less combis per phase, change
the Dev. per phase value and press Select devices again.
State of the topology proposed. If not enough Combis are
available for the cluster, the topology “needs approval“.
Phase groups with scrollbars for selecting multiple Combis per
phase. After cluster activation the phase master and slaves are
shown
Button to set the cluster to active.
Indicates the cluster configuration state
1
Combis
connected
Single phase,
Split phase,
Three phase
1…10
Maximum 27
Combis
Needs
approval
Needs approval,
approved
Inactive
Inactive, double
devices, active
Cluster topology
Phase L1, L2, L3
(shows in 3-ph
cluster only)
Activate cluster
Cluster state
4.2
MasterBus monitoring for a three phase cluster
In the monitoring tab, first the data for the single Mass
Combi Ultra itself is shown in the groups General and
Battery (DC). Next are the Cluster groups (Cluster L1 in,
etc.) and (Cluster L1 out, etc.). Per phase they show the
input and the output data respectively.
Value
Variable
Cluster L1 in
Mains
V
A
W
Gen
V
A
W
Cluster L1 out
AC output 1
V
A
W
Meaning
Mains input voltage
Mains input current
Mains input power
Generator input voltage
Generator input current
Generator input power
AC output 1 voltage
AC output 1 current
AC output 1 power
Figure 4-1 shows the monitoring page tabs for a three
phase system. Cluster L1 in and out show the values for
the first phase in and output. If more Combis are clustered
per phase, their values are combined. Cluster L2 and L3
are displayed the same way as Cluster L1. The tab with AC
inputs and AC outputs shows the values for the Combi you
are looking at. Note that Output-2 cannot be used in
parallel.
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Figure 4-1: Monitoring example for a three phase system
4.3
MasterBus specific alarms for multi combi
systems
Value
Sync error
Config error
Install error
Meaning
Synchronization error. The Combis switch
to standby, there is no output.
Configuration error. This alarm is triggered
if more Combis are needed for a cluster
than available in the system.
Error in the system installation, for
instance an expected slave is not in the
Sync network.
If one Mass Combi Ultra is in alarm, it switches Off together
with the other Combi Ultras in the same cluster. This
applies for parallel and 3-phase configuration.
4.4
DIP switch settings for two combis in parallel
DIP switch A 1+2 have a combined function for parallel
settings of two combis. See table below. Switch A is the
upper (right) one. For more combis in parallel connection,
MasterBus configuration is necessary.
By operating DIP switches A1 and A2 you will
lose all previous cluster configuration!
DIP switch #
A1
A2
0
0
1
0
0
1
Meaning
Parallel connection
This Mass Combi as stand-alone device
This Mass Combi as Master device
This Mass Combi as Slave device
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5 OPERATION
5.1
Operation of multiple Combi systems
If connected in more phase or parallel configuration, it is
important which Combi you selected as the master and
which as the slave(s). Operation is done via the main
switch on the master. The slave Combis must be switched
On already but they follow the master. If the master is
switched On or Off, the slaves follow. If there is more than
one master, for instance in a three phase by two parallel
configuration (3X2), operation is done on the L1 master.
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