Renogy RCC40RVRE-G1 Installation guide

Renogy RCC40RVRE-G1 Installation guide
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40A MPPT CHARGE CONTROLLER
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Please save these instructions.
This manual contains important safety, installation, and operating instructions for the charge
controller. The following symbols are used throughout the manual to indicate potentially
dangerous conditions or important safety information.
Indicates a potentially dangerous condition. Use extreme caution
when performing this task
Indicates a critical procedure for safe and proper operation of the
controller
Indicates a procedure or function that is important to the safe and
proper operation of the controller
EN General Safety Information
Read all of the instructions and cautions in the manual before beginning the installation.
There are no serviceable parts for this controller. Do NOT disassemble or attempt to repair
the controller.
Do NOT allow water to enter the controller.
Make sure all connections going into and from the controller are tight.
EN Charge Controller Safety
NEVER connect the solar panel array to the controller without a battery. Battery must be
connected first.
Ensure input voltage does not exceed 100 VDC to prevent permanent damage. Use the
Open Circuit Voltage (Voc) to make sure the voltage does not exceed this value when
connecting panels together.
Battery Safety
Use only sealed lead-acid, flooded, gel or lithium batteries which must be deep cycle.
Explosive battery gases may be present while charging. Be certain there is enough
ventilation to release the gases.
Be careful when working with large lead acid batteries. Wear eye protection and have
fresh water available in case there is contact with the battery acid.
Carefully read battery manuals before operation.
Do NOT let the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals of the battery touch each other.
Recycle battery when it is replaced.
Over-charging and excessive gas precipitation may damage the battery plates and
activate material shedding on them. Too high of an equalizing charge or too long of one
may cause damage. Please carefully review the specific requirements of the battery
used in the system.
Equalization is carried out only for non-sealed / vented/ flooded / wet cell lead acid
batteries.
Do NOT equalize VRLA type AGM / Gel / Lithium cell batteries UNLESS permitted by
battery manufacturer.
Default charging parameters in Li mode are programmed for 12.8V Lithium Iron
Phosphate (LFP) Battery only. Before using Rover Elite to charge other types of lithium
battery, set the parameters according to the suggestions from battery manufacturer.
Connect battery terminals to the charge controller BEFORE connecting
the solar panel(s) to the charge controller. NEVER connect solar panels to
charge controller until the battery is connected.
Do NOT connect any inverters or battery charger into the load terminal of
the charge controller.
Once equalization is active in the battery charging, it will not exit this stage
unless there is adequate charging current from the solar panel. There
should be NO load on the batteries when in equalization charging stage.
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Table of Contents
General Information
Product Overview
Identification of Parts
Dimensions
Rover Elite 20A
Rover Elite 40A
Additional Components
Installation
Connect the Charge Controller
Mount the Charge Controller
Cable Sizing
Operation
User Interface
LCD indicators
Change the Parameters
MPPT Technology
Troubleshooting
Error Codes / Troubleshooting
Protection Behaviors / Fixes
Maintenance
Technical Specifications
Electrical Parameters
General
Battery Charging Parameters
Rover Elite-conversion Efficiency Curves
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General Information
The Rover Elite series MPPT charge controllers give you the best charging efficiency for
countless 12V or 24V off-grid solar applications. Compatible with an assortment of batteries,
including Lithium, the Rover Elite MPPT maximizes your solar charging energy through its
smart tracking algorithm ensuring the most efficient to your battery. Additionally, the Rover Elite
MPPT is equipped with multiple battery, controller, and solar protections giving you peace of
mind and an optimized system you can trust.
Key Features
e 12V /24V Auto System Recognition
e Backlit LCD displaying system information and identifying error codes
e Advanced MPPT Technology with up to 99% high tracking efficiency, 98% conversion
efficiency, and Lithium-reawakening feature
® 4 Pre-Set deep cycle battery ready: Gel, Flooded, Lithium-Iron Phosphate (12.8V), and
Sealed/AGM
® Multiple Electronic Protections: over-charging, over-discharging, reverse polarity,
over-load, and over-temperature
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Product Overview
Identification of Parts
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6. Battery Terminals
7. Remote Temperature Sensor Port
8. Battery Voltage Sensor Port
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Additional Components
EN Additional components included in the package:
Remote Temperature Sensor:
This sensor measures the temperature at the battery and uses this data for
very accurate temperature compensation. The sensor is supplied with a 9.8ft
cable length that connects to the charge controller. Simply connect the cable
and adhere the sensor on top or the side of the battery to record ambient
temperature around the battery.
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Installation
Recommended tools to have before installation:
Screwdriver Multi-Meter
Connect battery terminal wires to the charge controller FIRST then connect the
solar panel(s) to the charge controller. NEVER connect solar panel to charge
controller before the battery.
Do not over tighten the screw terminals. This could potentially break
the piece that holds the wire to the charge controller.
Refer to the technical specifications for max wire sizes on the
controller and for the maximum amperage going through wires.
You are now ready to begin connecting your battery to your charge
controller.
Connect the Charge Controller
Rover Elite 20A
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Rover Elite 40A
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Rover Elite 40A
Rover Elite 20A
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EN Temperature Sensor
Rover Elite 20A Rover Elite 40A
Place the sensor close to the battery : Place the sensor close to the battery
Do NOT place the Temperature Sensor lug inside the battery cell.
Mount the Charge Controller
Never install the controller in a sealed enclosure with flooded batteries. Gas can
accumulate and there is a risk of explosion.
1. Choose Mounting Location—place the controller on a vertical surface protected from
direct sunlight, high temperatures, and water. Make sure there is good ventilation.
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2. Check for Clearance—verify that there is sufficient room to run wires, as well as clearance
above and below the controller for ventilation. The clearance should be at least 6 inches (150mm).
3. Mark Holes
4. Drill Holes
5. Secure the charge controller.
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Cable Sizing
Distance Wiring
10ft-20ft
Max. Current : 10A : 15A : 20A | 30A i 55A | 75A | 95A i 130A | 170A
The solar controller should be installed as near the battery as possible to avoid
efficiency loss.
When the connections are completed correctly, the solar controller will turn on and
begin working automatically.
Rover Elite is very simple to use. Simply connect the batteries, and the controller will
automatically determine the battery voltage. The controller comes equipped with an LCD
screen and 4 buttons to maneuver though the menus.
User Interface
Startup Interface
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Press the UP / DOWN ARROW to the appropriate interface in order to change
the specific parameter.
1. Clear overall power generation to 0 KWh
The user can cycle to the KWh screen by pressing the UP/DOWN buttons and in order to
reset the current power generation back to 0 kWh the user must hold down RIGHT
ARROW until the screen clears
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2. Selecting Battery Type
Incorrect battery type setting may damage your battery. Please check your
battery manufacturer's specifications to when selecting battery type.
If selecting Lithium and wanting to set Battery Voltage or Charge Parameters,
go to “3. Select lithium Battery Voltage and Charge Voltage,” later in this table.
SEL is referring to AGM battery
In the screen showing the battery voltage, hold down RIGHT ARROW for approximately
3-5 seconds before the screen flashes the current battery type.
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Once flashing, use the UP or DOWN ARROW to select the proper battery type and then
hold down RIGHT ARROW again to lock in the selected battery type.
3. Select Lithium Battery Voltage and Charge Voltage
In the screen showing the battery voltage, hold down RIGHT ARROW for approximately
3-5 seconds before the screen flashes the current battery type. Once flashing, use the
UP or DOWN ARROW to highlight LI
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If you want 12V LI charging, then select the RIGHT ARROW again to move to LI Boost
Charging Voltage. If you want a 24V LI charging, then you select UP or DOWN ARROW
to move from 12V to 24V LI Charging. Once you confirm your LI Charging (12V or 24V)
press RIGHT ARROW to move to LI Boost Charging Voltage.
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Press UP or DOWN ARROW to change the Boost Voltage. The default setting is 14.4V
and the user can set it in the range 12.6~16.0V, in .2 increments. Once done, hold RIGHT
ARROW to confirm the selection.
The above settings are ONLY available for LI setting
MPPT Technology
The MPPT Charge Controller utilizes Maximum Power Point Tracking technology to extract
maximum power from the solar module(s). The tracking algorithm is fully automatic and
does not require user adjustment. MPPT technology will track the array smaximum power
point voltage (Vmp) as it varies with weather conditions, ensuring that the maximum power is
harvested from the array throughout the course of the day.
Current Boost
In many cases, the MPPT charge controller will “boost” up the current in the solar system. The
current does not come out of thin air. Instead, the power generated in the solar panels is the
same power that is transmitted into the battery bank. Power is the product of Voltage (V) x
Amperage (A).
Therefore, assuming 100% efficiency:
Power In = Power Out
Volts In * Amps In = Volts out * Amps out
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Although MPPT controllers are not 100% efficient, they are very close at about 92-95% efficient.
Therefore, when the user has a solar system whose Vmp is greater than the battery bank
voltage, then that potential difference is proportional to the current boost. The voltage generated
at the solar module needs to be stepped down to a rate that could charge the battery in a stable
fashion by which the amperage is boosted accordingly to the drop. It is entirely possible to have
a solar module generate 8 amps going into the charge controller and likewise have the charge
controller send 10 amps to the battery bank. This is the essence of the MPPT charge controllers
and their advantage over traditional charge controllers. In traditional charge controllers, that
stepped down voltage amount is wasted because the controller algorithm can only dissipate it
as heat. The following demonstrates a graphical point regarding the output of MPPT technology.
Current vs. Voltage (12V System) Output Power(12V System)
Typical Battery Maximum Maximum
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Limiting Effectiveness
Temperature is a huge enemy of solar modules. As the environmental temperature
increases, the operating voltage (Vmp) is reduced and limits the power generation of the solar
module. Despite the effectiveness of MPPT technology, the charging algorithm will possibly
not have much to work with and therefore there is an inevitable decrease in performance.
In this scenario, it would be preferred to have modules with higher nominal voltage, so that
despite the drop in performance of the panel, the battery is still receiving a current boost
because of the proportional drop in module voltage.
Four Charging Stages
The Rover Elite MPPT charge controller has a 4-stage battery charging algorithm for a rapid,
efficient, and safe battery charging. They include: Bulk Charge, Boost Charge, Float Charge,
and Equalization.
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Float Charge: After the constant voltage stage, the controller will reduce the battery voltage
to a float voltage set point. Once the battery is fully charged, there will be no more chemical
reactions and all the charge current would turn into heat or gas. Because of this,
Bulk Charge: This algorithm is used for day to day charging. It uses 100% of available solar
power to recharge the battery and is equivalent to constant current. In this stage the battery
voltage has not yet reached constant voltage (Equalize or Boost), the controller operates in
constant current mode, delivering its maximum current to the batteries (MPPT Charging) .
Constant Charging: When the battery reaches the constant voltage set point, the controller
will start to operate in constant charging mode, where it is no longer MPPT charging. The current
will drop gradually. This has two stages, equalize and boost and they are not carried out constantly
in a full charge process to avoid too much gas precipitation or overheating of the battery.
> Boost Charge: Boost stage maintains a charge for 2 hours by default. The user
can adjust the constant time and preset value of boost per their demand.
The charge controller will reduce the voltage charge to smaller quantity, while lightly charging the
battery. The purpose for this is to offset the power consumption while maintaining a full battery
storage capacity. In the event that a load drawn from the battery exceeds the charge current, the
controller will no longer be able to maintain the battery to a Float set point and the controller will
end the float charge stage and refer back to bulk charging.
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A Equalization: Is carried out every 28 days of the month. It is intentional overcharging of
the battery for a controlled period of time. Certain types of batteries benefit from periodic
equalizing charge, which can stir the electrolyte, balance battery voltage and complete
chemical reaction. Equalizing charge increases the battery voltage, higher than the standard
complement voltage, which gasifies the battery electrolyte.
Once equalization is active in the battery charging, it will not exit this stage unless
there is adequate charging current from the solar panel. There should be NO load on
the batteries when in equalization charging stage.
Over-charging and excessive gas precipitation may damage the battery plates and
activate material shedding on them. Too high of equalizing charge or for too long
may cause damage. Please carefully review the specific requirements of the battery
used in the system.
Equalization may increase battery voltage to a level damaging to sensitive DC loads.
Ensure that all load allowable input voltages are greater than the equalizing charging
set point voltage.
Lithium Battery Activation
The Rover Elite MPPT charge controller has a reactivation feature to awaken a sleeping lithium
battery. The protection circuit of lithium battery will typically turn the battery off and make it
unusable if over-discharged. This can happen when storing a lithium battery pack in a
discharged state for any length of time as self-discharge would gradually deplete the remaining
charge. Without the wake-up feature to reactivate and recharge batteries, these batteries would
become unserviceable and the packs would be discarded. The Rover Elite will apply a small
charge current to activate the protection circuit and if a correct cell voltage can be reached, it
starts a normal charge.
CAUTION
When using the Rover Elite to charge a 24V lithium battery bank, set the
system voltage to 24V instead of auto recognition. If auto recognition is
accidently selected the Rover Elite will allow you to change it to 24V when
the lithium battery activation. In the activation interface press and hold the
enter button to trigger the system voltage selector. To change the system
voltage, press the Up or Down buttons then long press Enter to save the
selected system voltage.
Troubleshooting
Error Codes / Troubleshooting
If the Rover Elite is not functioning properly, it will display an error code not normally seen in the
interface display. Depending on the code, you may attempt to troubleshoot the error to
commence normal system operation.
Error Code |
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: The controller has a maximum dc voltage input of 100DC. If
. connecting your panels in series, make sure the reading does
: not go over this limit. Check with a multi-meter before
: connecting to the controller to ensure you're within this
: Specification. This might require using less panels.
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| The solar panel wires are connected in reverse polarity. Verify
: using a multi-meter to make sure your voltage reading has the
; Correct polarity with a positive number in volts DC.
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| System behaving normally, no action needed. You will not
: see this error code.
' Use a multi-meter to get a reading of the battery voltage in
| volts DC to validate error code. Battery is very low. Disconnect
: any loads to the battery and let the solar system charge the
| battery backup. If the battery voltage is low it may be in open
: battery protection mode, which is a Rover Elite Protection.
: Use a multi-meter to get a reading of the battery voltage in volts DC
' to validate error code. Battery is charging very high and approached
: 16VDC. Disconnect any external chargers and isolate which
: charger is overcharging battery. Eliminate from system.
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| Record the ambient temperature found in the controller
: screen. Make sure controller is in ventilated area and that the
: appropriate wire sizes are used to connect to and from the
: controller. This may be creating heating issues inside the
: controller. The controller will resume normal operation upon
; Cooling down.
screen. Make sure the controller is not placed in direct line of
exposure. The controller will resume normal operation upon
: The battery cables are reversed. Use a multi-meter to make sure
: your voltage reading has the correct polarity (Red to positive and
| Black to negative) with a positive number in volts DC. If the
: number is negative, switch the positive and negative battery
+ cables in the battery terminal of the Rover Elite.
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Protection Behaviors / Fixes
If the Rover Elite is not functioning properly and is not displaying an error code, it may be
undergoing an automatic protection function. This does not mean your Rover Elite is defective,
but it requires some troubleshooting to commence normal system operation.
Behavior | Protective Function / Fixes
; Reverse Battery Polarity Protection
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connected to the e Rover Elite needs a correct battery connection to startup. This
: Might Mean that the battery cables are reversed. Use a multi-meter
controller, but the : to make sure your voltage reading has the correct polarity (Red to
controller is not — : positive and Black to negative) with a positive number in volts DC.
turning on + If the number is negative, switch the positive and negative battery
| cables in the battery terminal of the Rover Elite.
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Solar Panels Reverse Polarity Protection
The battery and solar ! The solar panel wires are connected in reverse polarity. Verify
panels are connected : : Using a multi-meter to make sure your voltage reading has the
to the controller, but : correct polarity with a positive number in volts DC. In some cases,
the controller shows : With the battery and solar panels both connected in reverse polarity,
nighttime the controller will not turn on, but the controller is not damaged.
g - : Simply correct the reverse polarity to continue normal operation.
The controller has a maximum dc voltage input of 100DC. If connecting
+ your panels in series, make sure the reading does not go over this limit.
solar panels to the : Check with a multi-meter before connecting to the controller to ensure
controller it sounds | youre within this specification. This might require using less panels to
an alarm ; make sure you are within the Rover Elite specified input.
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i the battery was charging fine and stopped, it could be because it
My system : was being ‘overcharged by the solar source if not an external
stopped charain ; source. You might see an E02 display or perhaps an empty
РР 9N9 | screen. Make sure your charging sources are not charging at
* 16VDC or check to see if your batteries are being equalized, an
: intentional over-charging, that might be triggering this error.
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Current Limiting / E06 / E07
Current Limiting / : The max amp charging from the Rover Elite will be the respective
': amp rating. The Rover Elite will current limit any excess amperage
Temperature : than the rating of the controller, however, be cautious as this might
Protection ! create excess heat and put the controller in an internal/external
: temperature protection mode which will halt the controller
; performance until it can cool down and function normally again.
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Whether connecting the system for the first time or operating it for
The charge a while, you may experience an EO1 error if the controller does not
controller believes | actually detect a battery and assumes it to be under-discharged.
the battery is ' This can happen in an accidental line break or failure to connect it
over-discharged, : correctly the first time. This will not damage the controller, but you
but it is not : Will need to make sure the battery voltage is the same as the
: battery terminal voltage or check for continuity. Once fixed, normal
: operation should continue.
Maintenance
For best controller performance, it is recommended that these tasks be performed from time to time.
1.Check wiring going into the charge controller and make sure there is no wire damage or wear.
2.Tighten all terminals and inspect any loose, broken, or burnt up connections
3.Occasionally clean the case using a damp cloth
Technical Specifications
Electrical Parameters
RCC20RVRE-G1 | RCC40RVRE-G1
Nominal system voltage 12V/24V Auto Recognition
Rated Battery Current | 7 Eo 40A |
Max. Battery Voltage | =)
Max Solar Input Voltage | ~~ 10vDC |
Max. Solar Input Power | 12V Q260W 24V @ 520W | 12V @ 520W_24V € 1040W
Self-Consumption <0.6W @ 12V <0.8W @ 24V
Temp. Compensation | -3mV/C/2V, excludes LI
General
REC20RVRE-G1 | RCC40RVRE-G1
Battery Types 1 SLD/AGM, GEL, FLD, LI
| GroundingType | Common Negative 222
Terminal Size 20-6 AWG
| Operating Temperature : 35C ~65C /-31°F~113°F oo
Storage Temperature |. 40C ~80C /-40°F ~176°F 000
| Humidity Range 10000000 <95% (NC) aaa
Dimensions 161.5 * 97.9 * 66.5 mm : 199.5*130*76.7 mm
LL 6-36" 3.85” 2.62in _;____7/85"5-12"3.02in
Weight 1 O.75kg 1.65lbs | 1364kg 3.01lbs
Enclosure EP
| Communication | TTTTTET Rs485
| Certification E FCC Part 15 Class B; CE; RoHS; RCM
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Battery Charging Parameters
FLOODED : LI(LFP)
High Voltage Disconnect | 16 V * 16 V 16 V * 16 V
Over Voltage Reconnect БМ 18V i 15% í 15V
Equalization Voltage @ | -- == 148 +
Boost Charge Voltage E 446V ! 142V | 146v | 144V
Float Charge Voltage : 13.8 V : 13.8 V : 13.8 V | —_—
Boost Return Voltage | 132V ¡ 132V | 132V | 132V
“Over-discharge Recover | 126V : 126V | 126V | 126V |
Overdischarge Warning | 114 414V MV ¡ MV.
Equalization Interva ; 30 Days ] — ] 30 Days - —
| Equalization Duration ¡ —— I — | 2hours | ——
| Boost Duration | © 2hours | 2hours | 2hours | —
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital
device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does
cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
* Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
* Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
* Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
* Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Illumination Intensity: 1000W/ m?
Rover Elite— Conversion Efficiency Curves
Temp 25C
1.12 Volt System Conversion Efficiency
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MPPT 12V conversion efficiency (12V battery)
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Output power (W)
2. 24 Volt System Conversion Efficiency
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