Danfoss BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC User guide

Danfoss BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC User guide

MAKING MODERN LIVING POSSIBLE

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC with Tool4Cool® LabEdition software

REFRIGERATION &

AIR CONDITIONING DIVISION

Operating Instructions

Operating Instructions BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

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Contents

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

1. Introduction

1.1 Applications ..................................................................................................................5

1.2 Capability ......................................................................................................................5

1.3 Functions .......................................................................................................................5

1.4 Programming Interface ............................................................................................5

2. Installation

2.1 Checklist ........................................................................................................................7

2.2 Connect cables ............................................................................................................8

2.2.1 Single compressor configuration, 12 V DC or 24 V DC ....................8

2.2.2 Twin compressor configuration, 12 V DC or 24 V DC .......................9

2.3 Install and configure software ............................................................................11

3. Tool4Cool® software interface

3.1 User interface ............................................................................................................13

3.2 Operation ...................................................................................................................13

4. Parameters

4.1 Parameter Overview ................................................................................................15

4.2 Description of Parameters ....................................................................................20

4.2.1 Main Functions ...........................................................................................20

4.2.2 Battery protection .....................................................................................20

4.2.3 Compressor .................................................................................................22

4.2.4 Condenser fan .............................................................................................23

4.2.5 Evaporator fan ...........................................................................................23

4.2.6 Thermostat ...................................................................................................24

4.2.7 ECO function ...............................................................................................25

4.2.8 Twin function ..............................................................................................26

4.2.9 Communication .........................................................................................26

4.2.10 Compressor safety ...................................................................................27

4.2.11 Product information .................................................................................27

4.2.12 Customer register ......................................................................................27

4.2.13 Actual error ..................................................................................................28

4.2.14 Inverter Temperature (PCB) ...................................................................28

4.3 Error and event logs ................................................................................................30

4.3.1 Error log .........................................................................................................30

4.3.2 Event log .......................................................................................................30

5. Ordering

............................................................................................................................33

6. Further Information

.....................................................................................................35

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1. Introduction

1.1 Applications

The Danfoss BD compressors with 101N08xx Series 12-24V DC are designed for use in:

• Comfort cooling in parking anti-idle applications

• Spot and comfort cooling in buses, golf carts, smaller boats, forklifts, campers etc

• Cooling of switchboards and batteries in radio stations for cellular phones

• Mobile refrigeration applications

• Air cargo cooling

• Mobile cooling boxes of volume up to 1000L

• Mobile refrigeration applications

1.2 Capability

For R134a compressor variants:

One application module can control either single or twin compressor configurations.

The cooling capacity of the single compressor configuration is approx. 900 Watt @ Pe/Pc ~+15/+55°C

The cooling capacity of the twin compressor configuration is approx. 1800 Watt @ Pe/Pc ~+15/+55°C

The system is able to operate in ambient temperatures up to +55 ºC.

The operating conditions are High Back Pressure (HBP).

For R404A/R507 compressor variants:

The cooling capacity of the compressor is approx. 380 Watt @ Pe/Pc ~-5/+55°C

The system is able to operate in ambient temperatures up to +55 ºC.

The operating conditions are Low Back Pressure (LBP).

1.3 Functions

The main functions of the controllers are:

• Operation using either 12 V DC or 24 V DC

• Simultaneous and independent control of two compressors in twin configuration

• ECO function to optimize compressor speed for minimum power consumption

• Detailed error log

• Event log

• Motor / Compressor speed control

• Thermostat control (ON / OFF or electronic via NTC temperature sensor)

• Condenser fan control

• Evaporator fan control

• Communication interface

• Monitoring function

• Battery protection functions

• Main Switch

• Log of specific parameters

• Optimization of specific parameters via PC software before commencing mass production

1.4 Programming

Interface

The controller can be accessed using either

• The Danfoss software tool Tool4Cool® LabEdition, or

• A custom interface. Please contact Danfoss for further information regarding custom interfaces

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2. Installation

2.1 Checklist

Installation involves the following steps:

• Checklist

• Cable connection

• Software installation and confi guration

Check that you have the following:

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

(modules and cables)

Image shows compressor/application modules 101N08xx-series in twin compressor confi guration with communication cable asembly

Tool4Cool® LabEdition software installation CD

NTC temperature sensor

(alternative: mechanical thermostat)

DC line cords

Product key for BD compressor controller

Danfoss Bluetooth® gateway with

USB power supply

Gateway

USB power supply

Bluetooth® connection cable

(must be ordered separately)

Danfoss One Wire/LIN gateway with connection cables

Gateway

One Wire/LIN gateway

Communication cable

USB port connector to PC

USB 2.0 A/B cable

Ordering: See section 5.0

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2.2 Connect cables

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

2.2.1 Single compressor configuration, 12 V DC or 24 V DC

Connect cables as shown. Each type of gateway needs its own adapted connection cable, please refer to our

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Quick Start Guides

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C

S

C

A

B

LIN

C

Display cable assembly without fuse

Single compressor communication cable assembly

Display (Modbus)

12V or 24V DC line cord

8691

Wiring diagram

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2.2.2 Twin compressor configuration, 12 V DC or 24 V DC

Connect cables as shown. Each type of gateway needs its own adapted connection cable, please refer to our

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Display (Modbus)

C

S

C

A

B

LIN

C

Display cable assembly without fuse

Twin compressor communication cable assembly

12V or 24V DC line cord

12V or 24V DC line cord

8691-2

Wiring diagram

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Legend for 2.1 & 2.2

A) Application module 101N0820

B) Compressor module 101N0800, 12 V DC / compressor module 101N0810, 24 V DC

C) Line cords

D) Single or twin compressor communication cable assembly

1) Mounting screws

2) Battery

3) Fuse

4) Main switch

5) Evaporator fan

6) Condenser fan

7) Mechanical thermostat

8) NTC temperature sensor (electrical thermostat), alternative: mechanical thermostat

9) NTC auxiliary temperature sensor

10) Compressor(s)

11) Danfoss One Wire/LIN gateway communication interface

12) Modbus-compatible device

13) Danfoss Bluetooth® gateway communication interface

See Intructions

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2.3 Install and

configure

software

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

For brief software installation and configuration instructions please refer to our

BD Controller

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Quick Start Guides

.

For detailed instructions please refer to

Tool4Cool® LabEdition

Operating Instructions

.

These manuals are supplied with the Tool4Cool® software.

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3. Tool4Cool® software interface

3.1 User interface

The controller can be programmed and optimized from a PC using the Tool4Cool® software

An example of the Tool4Cool® user interface showing the main parameter groups of the

BD Controller

101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

is shown below.

Example:

3.2 Operation

The Tool4Cool® software enables the user to observe and document certain aspects of the compres sor operation via the controller. The output of the software is in the form of data logs and plots.

Using Tool4Cool® the user can also change the settings of the controller parameters, and copy settings from one controller to another. Please refer to the Tool4Cool® LabEdition Operating

Instructions for operation instructions.

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4. Parameters

The user can change settings and observe real-time measurements in the following parameters.

The table in

4.1 Parameter Overview

is intended for easy reference.

For more detail, please refer to

4.2 Description of Parameter Groups.

4.1 Parameter

Overview

Parameter Group

Main functions

Parameter text Description

Main switch

Reset power consumption

Total power consumption

Total power consumption since start

Total power consumption last period

ON/OFF regulation of power supply to controller

Resets cumulative powerconsumption of the entire system to zero

Real-time power consumption of the entire system

Cumulative power consumption of the entire system since the most recent startup

Cumulative power consumption of the entire system in the previous period

Main functions Compressor 1

Reset power consumption

Total power consumption

Total power consumption since start

Total power consumption last period

Main functions Compressor 2

Resets cumulative power consumption of Compressor 1 to zero

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 1

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 1 since the most recent startup

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 1 in the previous period

Reset power consumption

Total power consumption

Total power consumption since start

Total power consumption last period

Resets cumulative power consumption of Compressor 2 to zero

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 2

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 2 since the most recent startup

Cumulative power consumption of

Compressor 2 in the previous period

Default

0

0

0

0

Min value Max value Step size

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

65535

65535

65535

1

65535

65535

65535

1

65535

65535

65535

1

1

10

10

10

1

10

1

10

10

10

10

10

Unit Type

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

W

Setting

Setting

Measurement

Wh

Wh

Measurement

Measurement

0 = OFF

1 = ON

W

Setting

Measurement

Wh

Wh

Measurement

Measurement

0 = OFF

1 = ON

W

Setting

Measurement

Wh

Wh

Measurement

Measurement

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Parameter Group

Battery protection

Parameter text

12 V DC Battery cutout level

Battery cutin diff.

24 V DC Battery cutout level

Cutout delay

Cut-in level

Supply voltage

Compressor 1

Requested speed

Start delay

Start Speed

Start time

Compressor speed

Supply voltage

Compressor 2

Requested speed

Start delay

Start Speed

Start time

Compressor speed

Supply voltage

Condenser fan

Description

Battery protection cut-out voltage level

Battery protection cut-in

Battery protection cut-out voltage level

Time to cut-out when non-critical battery protection implemented

Calculated value.

Cut-in = Cut-out + Diff

Real time voltage measured on + and - terminals

Compressor speed and therefore capcity definition

Time to start after compressor is switched ON

Optional startup speed lower than

Requested speed, during the period

Start time

Period of time elapsing after startup of compressor until Requested speed is reached

Real-time speed (+/- 10%)

Real time voltage measured on + and - terminals

Compressor speed and therefore capacity definition

Time to start after compressor is switched ON

Optional start-up speed lower than

Requested speed, during the period

Start time

Period of time elapsing after start-up of compressor until Requested speed is reached

Real-time speed (+/- 10%)

Real time voltage measured on + and - terminals

Condenser fan speed

Condenser fan start delay

Condenser fan stop delay

Condenser fan forced ON

Detect missing condenser fan

Condenser fan speed

Condenser fan speed synchronized with compressor operation

Time to start as a function of Thermostat

Time to stop as a function of Thermostat

Force condenser fan continuously

ON or OFF

Detect whether condenser fan is connected

Real-time condenser fan speed

Default

10.4

1.3

21.3

3

4000

4

2500

30

4000

8

2500

30

0

0

100

0

0

Min value Max value Step size

9.6

0.5

19.0

0

2500

2

2500

0

2500

2

2500

0

40

0

0

0

0

17

10

27.0

60

4000

240

4000

600

100

4000

240

4000

600

100

100

240

240

1

1

1

1

100

1

1

100

5

1

1

1

1

1

0.1

0.1

0.1

1

5

Unit

V

V

V sec

V

V rpm sec rpm

Setting

Setting

Setting sec rpm

V

Setting

Measurement

Measurement

% sec sec

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

%

Type

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Measurement

Measurement rpm sec rpm

Setting

Setting

Setting sec rpm

V

Setting

Measurement

Measurement

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

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Parameter Group

Evaporater fan

Parameter text

Evaporator fan speed

Evaporator fan start delay

Evaporator fan stop delay

Evaporator fan forced ON

Detect missing Evaporator fan

Evaporator fan speed

Description

Evaporator fan speed synchronized with compressor operation

Time to start as a function of Thermostat

Time to stop as a function of Thermostat

Force condenser fan continuously

ON or OFF

Detect whether condenser fan is connected

Real-time condenser fan speed

Thermostat

Thermostat type

Cutout temperature

Difference

Forced ON

Cutout temperature 2

Difference 2

Forced ON 2

Auxiliary temperature sensor

Runtime

Actual temperature

ECO mode

ECO speed

ECO temperature

Automatic

ECO temperature

Synchronic mode

Detect mechanical or NTC sensor thermostat

Compressor cuts out below cut-out temperature

Compressor cuts in above cut-in(cut out+ difference) temperature

Force thermostat operation to continuously ON or OFF

In a twin configuration, Compressor 2 cuts out below this temperature

Compressor cuts in above cut-in(cut out+ difference) temperature

Force thermostat operation to continuously ON or OFF

0 - not connected

1 - connected

During cooling OFF (Thermostat cut-out), the Runtime will show the duration of the last cooling period.

Runtime is reset at cooling ON period.

At power-up the reading is reset.

Real-time air temperature when an

NTC sensor is used. When a mechanical thermostat is used, only thermostat status ON or OFF is displayed.

Turns the ECO mode on and off

Speed applied when temperature falls below ECO temperature

Temperature where ECO speed is applied cut-out + cut-in / 2

In order to operate with only one one set point during twin operation

Compressor safety

Restart delay

Delay before restart after short cycling

Communication

Node number

(application module)

Bits per second

Set Main Switch to OFF when communication timeout occurs

Communication timeout

Settings protection code

Settings protection status

Modbus address

Communication speed

Maximum duration of each communication attempt.

Privacy function code must be entered twice

Default

100

6

0

0

0

2 (Auto)

25

3

0

25

3

0

0 off

4000

25

1

1

60

1

2 (19200 bps)

0

900

0

0

Min value Max value

40

0

0

0

0

0 (Mechanical)

-40

1

0

-40

1

0

1 off

2500

-40

0

0

60

1

1 (9600 bps)

0

15

0

1

100

240

240

1

1

2 (Auto)

40

15

1

40

15

1

1 on

4000

40

1

1

120

247

2 (19200 bps)

1

7200

9999

0

Step size

1

1

1

1

1

1

0.1

0.1

1

0.1

0.1

1

1

1 on

1

0.1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Unit

min

°C rpm

˚C

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON sec

˚C

K

0 = OFF

1 = ON

˚C

K

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

Type

% sec

Setting

Setting sec

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

%

Setting

Setting

Setting

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

0 = OFF

1 = ON sec

Setting

Setting

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

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Parameter Group Parameter

Product information application module

Product information compressor module 1

Product code

(Code number)

Firmware version

Unit ID

Production Date

Serial (Serial number)

Unit name

Vendor name

ProdText (Text that appears on the label)

Product information compressor module 2

Product code

(Code number)

Firmware version

Unit ID

Production Date

Serial (Serial number)

Unit name

Vendor name

ProdText(Text that appears on the label)

Custom registers

Register 1

Register 2

Register 3

Register 4

Register 5

Register 6

Register 7

Register 8

Register 9

Register 10

Unit name

Product code

(Code number)

Firmware version

Unit ID

Production Date

Serial (Serial number)

Unit name

Vendor name

ProdText (Text that appears on the label)

Description

The user’s own identification for the unit can be entered here (optional)

Danfoss product code number

Application module software version

Danfoss unit ID

Danfoss production date

Danfoss serial

Default Min value Max value Step size

0 0 250 1

Unit

characters

Vendor name

Type

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

The user’s own identification for the unit can be entered here (optional)

Danfoss product code number

Compressor module software version

Danfoss unit ID

Danfoss lot no.

Danfoss serial

Vendor name

The user’s own identification for the unit can be entered here (optional)

Danfoss product code number compressor module software version

Danfoss unit ID

Danfoss lot no.

Danfoss serial

Vendor name

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

Custom-designed interface parameter

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

65535

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

Setting

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Parameter Group

BD status

Parameter

Actual error

(application module)

Actual error

(compressor module 1)

Actual error (compressor module 2 )

Description Default Min value Max value Step size

0

0

0

40

40

40

1

1

1

Unit

0 = No error

1 = Battery protection failure

2 = Fan failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

6 = NTC failure

7 = Communication Error

0 = No error

1 = Battery protection failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

0 = No error

1 = Battery protection failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

Logs on application

Event log

Clear event log

Error log

Clear error log

Logs on Compressor 1

Event log

Clear event log

Error log

Clear error log

Logs on Compressor 2

Event log

Clear event log

Error log

Clear error log

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

Type

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

Measurement

Setting

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4.2 Description of

Parameters

4.2.1 Main Functions

Main switch

In order to start and stop the compressor the Main Switch can be set to On or OFF .

OEMs making an interface with custom design electronics via Modbus must be able to control the CCU

ON / OFF via the Main Switch.

ON: All functions are active.

OFF: All main functions are inactive, however

• Battery monitoring active

• NTC temperature sensor monitoring active

• Auxiliary temperature sensor monitoring active

• PCB inverter temperature monitoring inactive

Power consumption monitoring

Compressor power consumption is monitored at 10 minute intervals. The following information can be viewed via the Tool4Cool® interface:

For single configuration, individual compressor power consumption

For twin configuration, combined compressor power consumption (application module + 2 compressor modules)

Power consumption for each compressor can also be logged.

Cumulative power consumption since startup

Cumulative power consumption last period

The user can reset power consumption to zero using the

Reset power consumption

function

Settings:

Name

Main switch

Reset power consumption

Default

OFF

0

Min value

OFF

0

Max value

ON

1

Step

1

1

Unit

-

-

Measurement:

Name

Power consumption

Power consumption since start

Power consumption last period

Default Min value

0

0

0

Max value

65535

65535

65535

Step

10

10

10

Unit

W

Wh

Wh

4.2.2 Battery protection

The battery protection serves to avoid permanent damage to the battery by discharge.

For 12V DC systems, the setting range is 9.6-15 V DC, with critical stop without delay if voltage stops, below 8 V DC. The setting range for 24 V DC systems is 19 to 27 V DC, with critical stop without delay if voltage drops below 15 V DC or exceeds 31.5 V DC. Tolerances are ± 0.30 V DC.

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For normal operation:

For initial startup after power ON, extra protection has been provided by allowing cut in only when the voltage exceeds cut out + 1 V DC :

Settings

:

Name

Battery cut-out level 12 V DC power supply

Battery cut-out level 24 V DC power supply

Battery cut-in difference power supply

Cut-out delay

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10.4

21.3

1.3

3

Max value

9.6

Min value

17.0

19.0

0.5

0

27.0

10.0

60

Step

0.1

0.1

0.1

1

Unit

V DC

V DC

V DC sec

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Measurements:

Name

Cut-in level

Supply voltage

Description

Calculated value. Cutin = Cutout + Diff.

Real-time - voltage measured on + & - terminals

Step

0.1

0.1

Unit

Volt

Volt

4.2.3 Compressor

The speed and thereby the capacity of the compressor is set using the

Requested speed

parameter.

During start up, the compressor can be run at a lower speed,

Start speed

, than Requested speed.

The duration of the period running at

Start speed

is set using the

Start time

parameter.

The compressor is protected against operation below minimum speed. Lubrication of the compressor will be very poor at excessively low speed and therefore low speed operation can lead to destruction of the compressor. Speed limits are: min 1850 rpm; max speed 4300 rpm.

If the compressor speed falls below the minimum or exceeds the maximum speed, the compressor will stop and an alarm

Min speed failure or Max. speed failure

will be sent. The compressor will try to restart after the set

Restart time

. The

Restart time

default is 60 sec.

In the event of failure the entire system will shut down (all 3 modules)

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Settings:

Name

Requested speed

Start delay

Start speed

Start time

Measurements:

Name

Compressor speed

Default

4000

4

2500

30

Max value

4000

240

4000

600

Min value

2500

2

2500

0

Description

Real-time compressor speed(+/-10%)

Step

100

1

100

1

Step

1

Unit

rpm

Seconds rpm

Seconds

Unit

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4.2.4 Condenser fan

The speed of the condenser fan can be controlled in order to save energy, reduce noise and optimize the fan operation.

The fan is synchronized with the compressor operation.

Start and stop delays can be set up as a function of the state of the parameter

Thermostat.

Furthermore, the fan can be set to run continuously (forced ON operation).

Some fan defects are detectable, and are displayed in the parameter

Error

.

The speed of the fan can be controlled in the range from 40% to 100%.

For 12 V DC systems 12 V DC fans should be used, and correspondingly for 24 V DC systems, 24 V fans should be used.

Settings:

Name

Fan speed

Fan start delay

Fan stop delay

Fan forced ON

Detect missing fan

Default

100

0

0

OFF

OFF

Max value

100

240

240

ON

ON

Min value

40

0

0

OFF

OFF

Step

10

1

1

1

1

Unit

%

Seconds

Seconds

-

-

Measurements:

Name

Fan speed

Description

Actual fan speed

Step

1

Unit

%

4.2.5 Evaporator fan

The speed of the evaporator fan can be controlled in order to save energy, reduce noise and optimize the fan operation.

The fan is synchronized with the compressor operation.

Start and stop delays can be set up as a function of the state of the parameter

Thermostat

.

Furthermore, the fan can be set to run continuously (forced ON operation).

Some fan defects are detectable, and are displayed in the parameter

Error

.

The speed of the fan can be controlled in the range from 40% to 100%.

For 12 V DC systems 12 V fans should be used, and correspondingly for 24 V DC systems,

24 V fans should be used

Settings:

Name

Fan speed

Fan start delay

Fan stop delay

Fan forced ON

Detect missing fan

Default

100

0

0

OFF

OFF

Max value

100

240

240

ON

ON

Min value

40

0

0

OFF

OFF

Step

10

1

1

1

1

Unit

%

Seconds

Seconds

-

-

Measurements:

Name

Fan speed

Description

Real-time fan speed

Step

1

Unit

%

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4.2.6 Thermostat

Thermostat type

Two types of thermostat can be utilized for temperature control.

Electronic thermostat (NTC sensor)

The electronic thermostat provides active temperature control.

Disconnected sensor error alarm

(NTC sensor failure)

is sent when the measured temperature is > +100ºC

Short circuited sensor error alarm

(NTC sensor failure)

is sent when the measured temperature < - 50ºC

Mechanical thermostat

A mechanical ON/OFF thermostat can be connected at terminals C & T.

No detection of faulty thermostat is provided when an ON/OFF thermostat is used.

Automatic thermostat selection

The

Thermostat

parameter displays the type of thermostat connected to the controller: either a mechanical thermostat or NTC temperature sensor.

An NTC sensor is recommended for the temperature range -50 ºC to +100 ºC

A mechanical thermostat is recommended for temperatures below -50 ºC and above +100 ºC

Note: An NTC sensor error is not detectable when the NTC sensor is operating in automatic thermostat selection mode.

An over temperature alarm (

NTC sensor failure

) is raised if the measured temperature exceeds+100ºC

An under temperature alarm (

NTC sensor failure

) is raised if the measured temperature drops below - 10ºC

Settings:

Name

Thermostat type

Cutout temperature

Difference

Forced ON

Cutout temperature 2

Difference 2

Forced ON 2

Synchronic mode

Default

Auto

+ 25

3

OFF

25

3

0

1

Max value

Electronic

+ 40

15

ON

-40

1

0

0

Min value

-

-40

1

OFF

40

15

1

1

Step

1

1

-

1

0.1

0.1

1

1

Unit

-

Celsius (°C)

Kelvin (K)

-

˚C

K

0 = OFF

1 = ON

0 = OFF

1 = ON

Measurements:

Name

Runtime

Actual temperature

Description

Runtime is provided to record cooling-time

(thermostat cut-in period). The runtime is updated during cooling, starting with 0 at start of cooling.

During cooling OFF (Thermostat cut-out), the

Runtime

parameter will show the time for the last cooling period. Runtime is reset at the beginning of a cooling ON period, and at power-up.

Real-time air temperature when a NTC sensor is used.

When a mechanical thermostat is used, only thermostat status ON or OFF is displayed.

Step

1

-

Unit

Minutes

°C

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4.2.7 ECO function

Operation in ECO mode reduces energy consumption and noise by controlling compressor speed as a function of temperature. ECO mode can be selected only when using an NTC temperature sensor.

It is only possible to select ECO mode when running a single configuration or a twin configuration with

Synchronic mode

turned ON.

In case of switching from selectable ECO mode to non selectable ECO mode, the ECO function is going to be switched OFF autmatically.

In ECO mode,

• when operating below ECO temperature, compressors run at the set ECO speed, and the

Start

speed

setting will be overruled, if it differs from ECO speed.

• when operating above ECO temperature, the compressors run at Requested speed.

Settings:

Name

ECO mode

ECO speed

ECO temperature

Automatic

ECO temperature

Default

OFF

2500

25

1

Max value

ON

4000

-40

0

Min value

OFF

2500

40

1

Step

1

1

0.1

1

Unit

rpm

Celsius (°C)

0 = OFF

1 = ON

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4.2.8 Twin function

When operating in twin configuration, the thermostat cut-in and cut-out settings for each of the two compressors can be established independently. In

Synchronic mode

only one set point is valid for both compressors.

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4.2.9 Communication

Lost communication

The unit will automatically detect if an external MMI has been connected to the application module.

Once it has been detected it will ensure that the system will not continue to run, when the communication has been lost.

When the communication is lost the entire system will stop and a communication error will be prompted. The communication will stay off until there will be a valid frame on the bus. The error will be erased and the system will start to run again.

Set main to off when communication is lost.

When choosing this setting the main will be set to off when the communication is lost. Through that the system will stop. The system will remain off until the MMI has set the main switch to on again.

Protection of settings

A coded privacy function protects customers’ settings from being read by third parties.

The code must be verified by entering twice.

Settings:

Name

Node number

Default

1

Max value

247

Min value

1

Step

1

Bits per second

Communication

Communication timeout

Setting protection code & status

19200

0

900

0

9600

1

15

9999

19200

0

7200

0

9600

1

1

1

Unit

-

0 = Disabled

1 = Enabled

Seconds

-

-

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4.2.10 Compressor safety

In order to prevent the compressor from short cycling a minimum restart time is built in.

After timeout of

Compressor restart time

a new start of the compressor is permitted.

Settings:

Name

Compressor restart tme

Default

60

Max value

120

Min value

60

Step

1

Unit

Seconds

4.2.11 Product information

Settings:

Name

Unit name

Description

Possible to fill in customer name for the unit when presented in

PC software programme Tool4Cool®

Measurements:

Product code (Code number)

Firmware version

Unit ID

Production Date

Serial (Serial number)

Unit name

Vendor name

Supplier data

Production location

FFT date

Supplier part number

ProdText (Text that appears on the label)

4.2.12 Customer register

The customer register enables the user to set and change values in custom-designed interface modules.

These parameters are visible even when in protected mode.

Contact Danfoss for further information.

Settings:

Name

Register 1 to

Register 2

Default

65535

65535

Max value

65535

65535

Min value

0

0

Step

1

1

Unit

-

-

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4.2.13 Actual error

The alarm function notifies the user when an error arises in the system, and implements measures which prevent damage to the refrigeration system.

When an error occurs it is indicated at the PC in the software tool interface.

This parameter is on view in all parameter groups.

Output:

Name

Actual error

(application module)

Actual error

(compressor module 1)

Actual error

(compressor module 2 )

0 = No errror

1 = Battery protection failure

2 = Fan failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

6 = NTC failure

7 = Communication Error

0 = No errror

1 = Battery protection failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

0 = No errror

1 = Battery protection failure

3 = Motor failure

4 = Min. speed failure

5 = Thermal failure

Description

4.2.14 Inverter Temperature (PCB)

Electronic unit overheating protection

The controller overheating protection system ensures that the controller does not operate at extremely high temperatures, because under these conditions the quality of the soldered joints will be endangered. When the unit reaches 100ºC the system will shut down and an alarm error

(Alarm 6: Thermal failure)

will be sent. The system restarts automatically after the temperature has dropped below 90 ºC.

Hereafter the set delay

Compressor restart delay

must be terminated. The default duration is 60 sec.

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Electronic unit under-temperature protection

The protection system ensures that the compressors, including the magnets in the motor, are not damaged by excessively low temperatures.

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4.3 Error and event logs

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC

4.3.1 Error log

The error log records the following data for each error arising:

• Time of occurrence related to compressor power up, with 1 sec as sample time

• The sequence of occurrence

• Number of occurrence (when no value is related to the parameter)

• Error name

• Sub Error name

• The value of the parameter which caused the failure (if connected to a parameter)

• Event list reference (changes which caused the failure if a parameter change caused the failure)

The error log can be cleared using the clear function.

4.3.2 Event log

The event log records the following parameter and event data to assist in service situations:

• Parameter changes (Parameters defined in the parameter)

• Power up

• Start/Stop signal from application module

The following information is recorded for each event:

• Time of occurrence related to compressor power up, with 1 sec as sample time

• The sequence of occurrence (Event list reference)

• Parameter/Event description

• The value of the parameter

• Number of occurrence (when no value is related to the parameter)

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5. Ordering

Model

BD350GH 12 V DC supply

BD350/350GH 12 V DC supply - twin compressor

BD350GH 24 V DC supply

BD350/350GH 24 V DC supply - twin compressor

BD220CL 24 V DC supply

BD220CL 12 V DC supply

BD220CL 24 V DC supply

Code no

102Z3015

102Z3018

102Z3016

102Z3017

102Z3019

102Z3020

102Z3019

Description

Compressor module 12 V DC

Compressor module 24 V DC

Application module 12 & 24 V DC

Compressor communication cable assembly 1500 mm

101N0801 30 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

101N0811 30 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

101N0821 24 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9553 80 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

Compressor communication cable assembly 3000 mm

Twin compressor communication cable assembly 800 mm

105N9554 45 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9561 65 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

Twin compressor communication cable assembly 1500 mm 105N9555 65 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

Twin compressor communication cable assembly 3000 mm 105N9556 40 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

12 V DC line cord, 900 mm, 8 mm 2 105N9560 40 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

12 V DC line cord, 2000 mm, 8 mm

2

105N9559 20 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

24 V DC line cord, 5000 mm, 6 mm 2

24 V DC line cord, 900 mm, 6mm 2

24 V DC line cord, 2000 mm, 6 mm

2

105N9539 36 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9543 36 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9541 36 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

Temperature sensor, 470 mm, spade connectors

Temperature sensor, 1000 mm, spade connectors

Temperature sensor, 1500 mm, spade connectors

Display cable assembly without fuse 1500 mm

Display cable assembly without fuse 3000 mm

105N9613 200 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9615 100 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9617 100 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9557 65 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

105N9558 35 pcs. Single-Pack in one I-Pack

Compressor module 12 V DC

Compressor module 24 V DC

Application module 12 & 24 V DC

24 V DC line cord, 900 mm, 6mm 2

24 V DC line cord, 2000 mm, 6 mm

2

24 V DC line cord, 5000 mm, 6 mm 2

Temperature sensor, 470 mm, spade connectors

Temperature sensor, 1000 mm, spade connectors

Temperature sensor, 1500 mm, spade connectors

Danfoss One Wire/LIN gateway with cables & driver

One Wire/LIN gateway communication cable

Danfoss Bluetooth® gateway with power supply

Bluetooth® gateway communication cable

Tool4Cool® LabEdition, 1 license

Tool4Cool® LabEdition, 2 license

Tool4Cool® LabEdition, 5 license

101N0800

101N0810

101N0820

105N9542

105N9540

105N9538

105N9612

105N9614

105N9616

105N9501

105N9524 for 101N8xxx series

105N9502

105N9525

105N9300 PC software, 1 license version

105N9301 PC software, 2 license version

105N9302 PC software, 5 license version

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6. Further information

For detailed installation and operation instructions, please refer to other literature, currently availabe from Danfoss:

Title

Tool4Cool® LabEdition

Operating Instructions

Tool4Cool® LabEdition

Bedienungsanleitung

(German)

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC with

Tool4Cool® LabEdition software

Operation Instructions

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC with

Tool4Cool® LabEdition software and Danfoss One Wire/LIN gateway

Quick Start Guide

BD Controller 101N08xx Series 12-24 V DC with

Tool4Cool® LabEdition software and Danfoss Bluetooth® gateway

Quick Start Guide

Danfoss Bluetooth® Gateway with Tool4Cool®LabEdition

Operation Instructions

Danfoss One Wire/LIN Gateway 105N9501

Instructions

Compressor Module 101N0800, 12V DC

Compressor Module 101N0810, 24V DC

Application Module 101N0820, 12/24V DC

Instructions

12V & 24V DC Line Cords for

Application Module 101N0820 & Compressor Modules 101N0800/0810

Instructions

Display Cable without Fuse for Application Module 101N0820

Cord Sets for 101N0820 & 101N0800/0810

Instructions

Single Compressor Communication Cable Assembly for 101N0800/101N0810 & 101N0820

Cord Sets for 101N0820 & 101N0800/0810

Instructions

Twin Compressor Communication Cable Assembly for 101N0800/101N0810 & 101N0820

Cord Sets for 101N0820 & 101N0800/0810

Instructions

Temperature Sensors for BD350GH Electronic Unit

Instructions

Danfoss Literature Number

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DEHC.PI.300.B__.03

DEHC.PS.100.M__.02

DEHC.PS.100.N__.02

DEHC.PS.100.P__.02

DEHC.PS.300.D__.02

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DEHC.EI.100.V__.02

DEHC.EI.100.E__.02

DEHC.PI.100.L__.02

DEHC.PI.100.M__.02

DEHC.PI.100.O__.02

DEHC.PI.100.G__.02

“__” = version number (changes)

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