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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) + LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZERS (ILUEST) + SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY + STATIC INVERTERS + PHOTOVOLTAIC INVERTERS + VOLTAGE STABILIZERS AND POWER LINE CONDITIONERS
MODULE OF
COMMUNICATIONS
USER'S MANUAL
GENERAL INDEX
General index
1.
Introduction.
1.1.
Acknowledgement letter.
2.
Information for safety.
2.1.
Using this manual.
3.Presentation.
3.1.
View of the Module of Communications.
3.2.
Legends corresponding to the Module of
Communications view.
4.Description.
4.1.Communications.
4.1.1. COM ports.
4.1.2. Relay interface.
4.1.3. Electronic unit for telemaintenance SICRES (option).
5.Application.
6.Connection.
6.1.
Communication module COM.
6.1.1. Telemaintenance and RS232 and RS485 communication ports.
6.1.2. Relay interface.
6.1.3. Related to batteries (only for equipment with DC output).
6.1.3.1. Battery floating voltage/temperature compensation probe.
6.1.3.2.
Electrolyte level probe (Optional).
6.1.4. Analogical and digital inputs (EMi3 and RE3 voltage stabilizers only).
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INTRODUCTION
1. Introduction.
1.1.
Acknowledgement letter.
We would like to thank you in advance for the trust you have
placed in us by purchasing this product. Read this instruction
manual carefully in order to be familiar with its contents, because
as much you understand and know the equipment, the higher
will be the satisfaction degree, safety level and functionality optimization.
We remain at you entire disposal for any further information or
any query you should wish to make.
Yours sincerely.
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ˆˆ T
he equipment here described can cause important
physical damages due to wrong handling. This is
why, the installation, maintenance and/or fixing of the
here described equipment must be done by our staff or
specifically authorised.
ˆˆ Although no effort has been spared to guarantee that the
information in this manual is complete and accurate, we
are not responsible of any errors or omissions that may
exist.
The images included in this document are for mere illustration and may not accurate represent the parts of the
equipment showed. However, the differences that may
arise will be smoothed or solved with the correct labelling
on the unit.
ˆˆ According to our policy of constant evolution, we reserve
the right to modify the specifications, operating or
described actions in this document without forewarning.
ˆˆ All reproduction, copy, third party concession,
modification or part or total translation of this manual
or document, in any form or medium, without the previous written authorization of our firm, it is prohibited,
reserving of the complete and exclusive property right
over itself.
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INFORMATION FOR SAFETY
2. Information for safety.
2.1. Using this manual.
The purpose of this manual or publication is to provide information regarding the safety and to give explanations about the
procedures for the transport, installation and operating of the
equipment.
Read this manual carefully before starting or making any action
on the equipment and specially in those instructions regarding
safety.
Keep this document for future consults and keep it on hand
during the installation and commissioning procedures.
In the next pages, the «(S.T.S.)» terms, is referred to the Service
and Technical Support.
The module of communications is part of an equipment that can
be fitted in as an structured element as standard by default or
as an option, being able to be partially or full installed in different
equipments.
As a result, read and pay attention to any Information relating to
Safety stated in the user’s manual of the product that includes it
or it is foreseen to have this Module of Communications.
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PRESENTATION
3. Presentation.
3.1. View of the Module of
Communications.
COM1COM2
Communication
module version,
for EMi3 and RE3
stabilizers.
A
B
+ –GND Common NC
NO
Connect Connect electrolyte
temperature probe
level probe
COM3RELAYS
3.2. Legends corresponding to the
Module of Communications
view.
(COM2)
DB9 connector for RS232 communication port.
Mutually exclusive with COM3.
(COM3)
Connector of three pins for RS485 communication
port. Mutually exclusive with COM2.
OTHERS INPUTS
Connector for the electrolyte level probe option.
The probe is entered in one of the batteries
as a sampling mode. The circuit will be closed
meanwhile the liquid is in contact with the
probe and it is opened as soon as the level
decreases.
(COM1)Group:
A Slot as standard, for SICRES communication
option.
B DB9 connector for RS232 communication
port.
In case of including the SICRES option this
RS232 port is disabled.
BATTERY
Analog Digital
input
input
Therefore, the probe will always be installed
and linked to the battery set, either if they are
fitted in the same rectifier cabinet or separate
cabinet.
Inputs for AC output voltage:
(Analogical)
In the EMI3 series stabilizer, the analogical
input will be an external control input.
(Digital)
For the same equipment, the digital input is foreseen for an external alarm input.
(RELAYS) Switch contact from nine alarm relays, given
through three pins (Common, NC and NO).
For equipments with DC output voltage.
Both connectors relating to batteries are useful for DC equipments only.
(BATTERY)By means of two separate connectors, two parameters related to batteries are managed:
Connector for temperature probe (R103).
Temperature probe is located in the opposite
end of the bundle connected to the own connector and it allows its extension until inside
the battery cabinet. This probe makes possible
the measurement of the ambient temperature
and its displaying in the control panel, and also
the compensation of the floating voltage according to this temperature.
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DESCRIPTION
4. Description.
4.1. Communications.
4.1.1. COM ports.
There are 2 RS232 ports supplied through DB9 connectors, one
of them, which is COM1, is disabled when using the telemaintenance SICRES option.
Also, there is a RS485 in COM3 port, which is supplied through
a 3 pins connector..
RS232 from COM2 channel and RS484 from COM3 channel
are mutually exclusive and they cannot be used at the same
time.
4.1.2. Relay interface.
By means of a communication interface with dry contacts and
digital inputs, you can interact with the environment in case of
alarms from the system and/or receiving external information.
To do that, it is supplied the switch contacts from nine
alarm relays, given through three pins (Common, NC and NO).
The preset settings from factory for each product family are
stated in tables from 2 to 8. Nevertheless not all the families have
either the same alarms or the extended version and even the
user will not be able to modify the preset setting from factory in
all of them.
For DC Power-S and FAC P series equipments, the user can
change the settings, under his criteria, as many time as they are
needed. But for the rest of products, this setting is only possible
to be done at factory, so subsequently it would be needed the
S.T.S intervention.
By default, Relay 9 is activated with any alarm in its extended
version, for those equipments that include it.
4.1.3. Electronic unit for telemaintenance
SICRES (option).
The electronic unit of SICRES telemanagement allows the monitoring, analysis and technical support in real time, 24 hours per
day, 7 days per week, by professionals of our firm, reducing the
MTTR (mean time to repair) in case of any unexpected event.
During the monitoring, it is created an event and alarm logs that
allow an exhaustive analysis of the equipment, providing a valuable information of the operating trend, identifying, in this way
the future potential problems. Likewise, each month is sent a
detailed report of the status of the equipment to the client.
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APPLICATION
5. Application.
The Module of Communications can be included as standard
or as an option, in the families of equipments stated in chart
1, with the particular restrictions or limitations of each one.
Consider that there are a basic or standard version and one
extended or complete one.
RE3 (equipments with LCD
panel only)
EMi3
DC Power-S
DC Power-L
FAC P series
Product
family
(0)
(1)
Connection availability in the
communication module
Standard
Extended
COM1
COM1
COM2
COM2
COM3
COM3
RELAYS 1-3
RELAYS 1-9
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
-
BATTERY
(electrolyte probe)
COM1
COM1
-
-
COM3
COM3
RELAYS 1-3
RELAYS 1-9
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
-
BATTERY
(electrolyte probe)
COM1
COM1
COM2
COM2
COM3
COM3
RELAYS 1-3
RELAYS 1-9
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
BATTERY (temp.
probe)
-
BATTERY
(electrolyte probe)
COM1 (0)
COM1
-
-
-
COM3
-
RELAYS 1-9
-
Analog input
-
Digital input
Slot to SICRES
only
COM1
-
-
-
COM3
-
RELAYS 1-5
-
-
-
Digital input
Observations
Slot to SICRES (1)
See table 2
Slot to SICRES (1)
See table 5 and 6
Slot to SICRES (1)
See table 3 and 4
Slot to SICRES (1)
See table 7
Slot to SICRES (1)
See table 8
Not available in EMi3 single phase equipments with case format.
It is included the slot for the SICRES telemaintenance unit in all the stated
equipments, but not the own SICRES card, because it is an option.
Table 1. Communication ports availability per each family.
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6. Connection.
6.1. Communication module COM.
•
Line of communications (interface) is a very low
voltage circuit of safety. To preserve its quality, it has
to be installed separate from other lines that have dangerous
voltages (distribution energy lines).
Wires used in the relay interface must be shielded and connected to earth, by means of the corresponding rod or terminal.
Consider that the maximum current and voltage that the dry
contacts of the COM module interface can support, will not
exceed from 5 A 250 V AC or 0.5A 145 V DC.
•
The communication module is designed to be always
fitted in a cabinet, because it doesn’t have any protection against direct contacts.
• System cabinets have holes in the base or top cover, suitable to install cable bushing cones, or cable glands or even
a cable gland plate for the cable entering with the corners of
the plate protected in order to avoid cuts or deterioration of
the cable insulation.
Do not pass the cables through any hole in the plate, which
its corners are not protected, because the possible damages
over them will carry current leakages.
6.1.1. Telemaintenance and RS232 and
RS485 communication ports.
• Any reference to the telemaintenance SICRES unit foreseen
to be installed into the corresponding Slot, as an option, see
user’s manual EK794*00 for any consult.
• The Communication Module has two RS232 ports supplied
through the DB9 connector and one RS485 through a three
pin connector.
ˆˆ First RS232 is associated to COM1, it will be disabled
when the telemaintenance SICRES unit is fitted in to the
corresponding Slot. The own SICRES has a DB9 for the
RS232 port.
ˆˆ Second RS232 port is associated to COM2 channel.
ˆˆ RS485 is associated to COM3 channel. Signals of the
port in the three pins connector are as follows, from left
(pin 1), to right (pin 3): +, – and GND.
RS232 from COM2 channel and RS485 from COM3 channel
are mutually exclusive regarding their use, they cannot be
used at the same time.
6.1.2. Relay interface.
• The Communication Module has up to 9 programmable
relays. Changeover contacts of each relay are supplied
through a 3 pin connector, at the front of itself and labelled
as “RELAYS” and numbered from 1 to 9 from left to right.
be set once and so to only one relay too.
For DC Power-S and FAC P series equipments, the user can
change the settings, under his criteria, as many time as they
are needed. But for the rest of products, this setting is only
possible to be done at factory, so subsequently it would be
needed the S.T.S intervention.
The preset settings from factory for each product family are
stated in tables from 2 to 8. It has to be considered regarding
the protections tripping or turning off of the own equipment,
they will have alarm or indication effect on condition that incorporating the corresponding auxiliary contact block in each
manoeuvring part, because they are option.
Nr relay
Description of the relay programming
1
A1 «Urgent alarm». It groups the following signals:
- End of back up time alarm
- Overload alarm
- High battery voltage alarm
- Non-critical loads alarm
- Output circuit breaker «Off» alarm
- Module urgent alarm (see conditions)
- High input voltage alarm
- Low output voltage alarm (1 minute delayed)
- High output voltage alarm
- Battery circuit breaker «Off» alarm
2
A2 «Non-urgent alarm». It groups the following signals:
- Low battery alarm
- Over temperature alarm
- Safety overload alarm
- Low input voltage alarm
- Non-urgent modile alarm (see conditions)
3
O1 «Observation alarm». It groups the following signals:
- Discharge alarm (1 minute delayed)
- Use overload alarm
- Shutdown alarm
- High charge current alarm
4-8
9
Free relays, to be programmed by the end-user
General alarm relay (any alarm active)
Conditions.
To trigger the «Non-urgent module alarm», one of the following alarms has to be triggered in any module, as minimum:
ˆˆ Module mains fault (Only when this alarm is triggered in
the module and it is not triggered in the Control Module).
ˆˆ Low battery alarm of the module.
ˆˆ End of battery back up time alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Overload alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Circuit breaker alarm of the module.
ˆˆ High heatsink temperature alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Rectifier fault alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Shutdown alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Over voltage alarm of the module.
ˆˆ PFC alarm of the module.
ˆˆ Fan fault alarm of the module.
To trigger an «Urgent alarm», is necessary to trigger a «Nonurgent alarm» in two modules, as minimum.
Table 2. Dry contact interface settings for standard communications
of FAC P and DC Power-S series, until week 8 of 2014.
Also, the relay triggering can be shown in the LCD panel of the
Control Module (DC Power-S and FAC P series) or in the LCD
panel of the equipment (DC Power-L and EMi3), either as an
alarm or information mode, being able to group several inputs
or informations and associate them to a single relay only, in
which case any alarm and individually will trigger the relay in
question. It has to be considered that only one alarm can only
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Nr relay
1
2
3
4-9
(2)
Description of the relay programming
Nr relay
It groups the following signals:
- Battery in discharge
- Input voltage low
It groups the following signals:
- Battery low
- End of autonomy
- Overload SYSTEM
- Overtemperature battery
- Overload SECURITY
- Overload UTILIZATION
- Remote stop
- Battery voltage high
- URGENT modules
- NO URGENT modules
- High current battery charge
- Input voltage high
- Output voltage low
- Output voltage high
- Low level electrolyte
It groups the following signals:
- Isolation fault + (2)
- Isolation fault – (2)
Unusable
Floating output voltage only.
Table 3. Dry contact interface settings for standard communications
of FAC P and DC Power-S series, from the week 8 of 2014.
Reserved for internal communications
2
It groups the following signals:
- Input fault
- Input undervoltage RS and/or ST and/or TR
3
It groups the following signals:
- Overload rectifier
- Overtemperature battery
- High current battery charge
- Heatsink overtemperature
- Low battery voltage
- Battery overvoltage
- Input overvoltage RS and/or ST and/or TR
- Output voltage low
- Output voltage high
- Low level electrolyte
4
It groups the following signals:
- Isolation fault + (2)
- Isolation fault – (2)
5-8
9
(2)
Reserved for internal communications
Table 5. Dry contact interface settings for standard communications
of DC Power-L.
Description of the relay programming
Description of the relay programming
1
Reserved for internal communications
2
It groups the following signals:
- Input fault
- Input undervoltage RS and/or ST and/or TR
3
It groups the following signals as URGENT:
- Overload rectifier
- Heatsink overtemperature
- Battery voltage low
- Output voltage low
- Output voltage high
It groups the following signals as NO URGENT:
- Overtemperature battery
- Overload SECURITY
- Overload UTILIZATION
- Battery voltage high
- NO URGENT modules
- High current battery charge
- Input voltage high
4
It groups the following signals as NO URGENT:
- Overtemperature battery
- High current battery charge
- Battery overvoltage
- Input overvoltage RS and/or ST and/or TR
5
- Isolation fault + (2)
6
- Isolation fault – (2)
7
- Low level electrolyte
4
- Isolation fault + (2)
8
- General alarm relay (any alarm active)
5
- Isolation fault – (2)
9
Reserved for internal communications
6
- Low level electrolyte
7
- DIGITAL INPUT 1
8
- DIGITAL INPUT 2
9
- General alarm relay (any alarm active)
1
It groups the following signals:
- Battery in discharge
- Input voltage low
2
It groups the following signals as URGENT:
- Battery low
- End of autonomy
- Overload SYSTEM
- Remote stop
- URGENT modules
- Output voltage low
- Output voltage high
3
(2)
Unusable
Floating output voltage only.
Nr relay
Nr relay
Description of the relay programming
1
(2)
Floating output voltage only.
Table 6. Dry contact interface settings for extended communications
of DC Power-L.
Floating output voltage only.
Table 4. Dry contact interface settings for extended communications
of DC Power-S.
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Nr relay
Description of the relay programming
INTERNAL 1
It groups the following signals:
- Output overload relay active
- Output voltage out of range (max.-min detection)
INTERNAL 2
- General alarm relay (any alarm active)
1
It groups the following signals:
- Single phase equipment:
Input overvoltage
Input voltage low
- Three-phase equipment:
Input overvoltage, phase R and/or S and/or T
Input voltage low, phase R and/or S and/or T
2
It groups the following signals:
- Single phase equipment:
Output overload
- Three-phase equipment:
Output overload, phase R and/or S and/or T
3
It groups the following signals:
- Single phase equipment:
Motor failure
- Three-phase equipment:
Motor failure, phase R and/or S and/or T
4
It groups the following signals:
- Single phase equipment:
Output overvoltage
- Three-phase equipment:
Output overvoltage, phase R and/or S and/or T
5
It groups the following signals:
- Single phase equipment:
Output voltage low
- Three-phase equipment:
Output voltage low, phase R and/or S and/or T
6
- File system failure
7
- Maintenance request
8
- Digital input
9
- General alarm relay (any alarm active)
Table 7. Dry contact interface settings for extended communications
of EMi3 stabilizer.
Also the EMi3 equipment has two internal relays and totally
separate from the communication module, which in case of requesting them they will be programmed as table 7 states and
labelled as INTERNAL 1 and 2.
Nr relay
The two connectors related to batteries are only useful in the DC
equipments.
6.1.3.1.
Battery floating voltage/temperature
compensation probe.
• As battery suppliers recommend, a variable floating voltage
has to be supplied to the batteries according to the ambient
temperature. The control of this feature is done by means of
the probe (R103), connected to one of the ends of the cable
bundle.
• In those systems where batteries share the cabinet with
the own rectifier, the probe is fitted inside from factory and
clamped close to the batteries shelves and connected at its
opposite end to the terminal strip labelled as .
• For those equipments where batteries are fitted in a separate cabinet, the bundle with the probe (R103) is supplied
and connected to the terminal strip “BATTERY” labelled as
. The wound up bundle is clamped at the base of the rectifier cabinet.
Cut the clamp/s that fix the bundle, take the probe out of the
system cabinet.
Enter the probe into the cabinet and extend it until its top
part, fix it by clamps to the structure of the cabinet in order
to immobilised it.
When fixing the probe at the top, the area with the highest
temperature supposedly, the floating voltage will be compensated according to the temperature.
In those cabinets with no conduits, pass the probe
through the hole between any of both side covers and
battery shelves. This way, it will avoid the cable being captured, chewed or broken when extracting any of the shelves.
Cabinets with conduits, remove its cover, pass the bundle inside and take it out through the most suitable slot. When finishing the corresponding works, put the conduit cover back.
• In case of an equipment with batteries distributed in more
than one cabinet, the probe will only be installed in one of
them, preferably in that cabinet where the temperature is the
highest, so they are the worst conditions.
For example: The cabinet most attached to the equipment,
the one most cornered to the wall, the one that due to its physical layout in its location can have less air cooling flow, etc.
1
- High input voltage or low
2
- Overload
3
- Bypass
4
- High output voltage or low
6.1.3.2.
5
- Maximum-minimum output voltage (3)
• Wet/flooded batteries are supplied with the suitable electrolyte level, being this procedure strictly checked because
it is essential for their lifetime. In general, this procedure is
done at factory, but it can be done at site due to the client’s
requirements and always with the same meticulously and
professionally that it requires, and before commissioning the
equipment the first time.
6-9
(3)
Description of the relay programming
6.1.3. Related to batteries (only for
equipment with DC output).
Unusable
Alarm available when the stabilizer includes the maximum-minimum output
voltage option only.
Table 8. Dry contact interface settings for standard communications of RE3 stabilizer.
Electrolyte level probe (Optional).
Nevertheless, it can happen that after some time, and due
to the excessive charges and discharges, external high temperatures and other factors, the level goes down.
• Although in the periodic preventive maintenance visits, the
electrolyte is always controlled in all cells, it can be considered that the liquid decreasing in one equipment is similar at
all batteries, not to say equal.
In order to guarantee a higher and permanent control over this
parameter, it can be supplied the electrolyte level option, which
will have to be fitted in one of the installed batteries, regardless
if they are fitted in the same cabinet of the rectifier or not.
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• Basically, when the probe enters in contact with the electrolyte, which acts as a conductor, it closes a circuit. In case
the liquid level decreases,the probe will not conduct and the
circuit will opened, so the alarm will be triggered in the LCD
of the control panel.
ˆˆ Connect the batteries according to the described guideline in the user’s manual of the equipment.
• Systems that the rectifier and batteries share the same cabinet, it is supplied the temperature probe connected to the
communication module from factory (“BATTERY” terminal
strip labelled as
).
ˆˆ The probe is supplied assembled in a cap for battery
cell. Remove the cap of one of the peripheral battery
blocks and replace it by the one with the probe, as it is
not possible to make the setting with one battery fitted
in the middle of the shelf, because the electrolyte level
mark can’t be checked.
For equipments that the batteries are fitted in a separate cabinet, the temperature probe is supplied disconnected, coiled
and fixed to the battery cabinet base.
Probe installation.
•
To work with batteries use protection eyeglasses and
gloves, and respect the safety instructions stated in
the document EK266*08.
• Cabinet sharing the rectifier and batteries:
ˆˆ Remove the screws from the mechanical lock (BL) that
can be found in the battery shelf ends.
ˆˆ Proceed to locate the batteries according to the layout
stated in the supplied documentation, by respecting any
warning stated in the user’s manual of the equipment as
regards to fix the cabinet to a solid surface and to prohibit to pull out more than one battery shelf with the batteries already fitted in.
ˆˆ Connect the batteries according to the described guideline in the user’s manual of the equipment.
ˆˆ The electrolyte level probe is supplied already assembled in one of the battery cells caps. Remove the cap of
one of the cells and replace it by the one with the probe.
Make sure to insert the cap with the probe till the
end for a correct contact with the electrolyte.
ˆˆ Set the probe depth. The plastic cap located at the end
of the rod must be 4-5 mm over the line marked as «Minimum level» of the battery case.
Depending on the setting system of the probe, it will be
needed to slacken the rod screw or the nut to change its
depth.
ˆˆ Connect the end of the cable with the free terminal,
which belongs to the connection bundle, to the positive
terminal of the battery with the probe. The other end of
the bundle with the probe is connected to the terminals
of the Communication Module.
ˆˆ In case of purchasing the electrolyte level probe later,
the bundle has to be connected to the “BATTERY” terminal strip labelled as
and make the described actions previously.
In cabinets with no conduits, pass the bundle
through the hole between of the two side covers
and the battery shelf. Therefore, the cable will not be captured, champed or cut when removing any battery shelf.
Cabinets with conduits, remove its cover, pass the bundle inside and take it out through the most suitable slot. When finishing the corresponding works, put the conduit cover back.
• Separate battery cabinets from the own equipment:
ˆˆ Remove the screws from the mechanical lock (BL) that
can be found in the battery shelf ends.
ˆˆ Proceed to locate the batteries according to the layout
stated in the supplied documentation, by respecting any
warning stated in the user’s manual of the equipment as
regards to fix the cabinet to a solid surface and to prohibit to pull out more than one battery shelf with the batteries already fitted in.
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ˆˆ Cut the clamp or clamps that fix the level probe bundle
and bring it the battery shelf stated in the battery circuit
diagram.
ˆˆ Set the probe depth. The plastic cap located at the end of the rod
must be 4-5 mm over the line marked as «Minimum level» of the battery case.
Depending on the setting system of the probe, it will be
needed to slacken the rod screw or the nut to change its
depth.
ˆˆ Remove the cap from one the batteries, the one located
in the centre of the battery block.
ˆˆ Carefully, when removing it from the battery and refitting
it in the centre of new battery, because the rod of the
probe can drop electrolyte.
Make sure to insert the cap with the probe till the
end for a correct contact with the electrolyte.
ˆˆ Put the removed cap of the battery into the other one.
ˆˆ Connect the end of the cable with the free terminal,
which belongs to the connection bundle, to the positive
terminal of the battery with the probe.
ˆˆ The other end of the bundle with the probe is connected
to the terminals
of the Communication Module.
Depending if there are side covers between the cabinets
or not, the terminal strip will be able to be connected to
the stated terminals or it will be necessary to go out from
the battery cabinet to enter into the equipment through
the cable gland located in both cabinets.
ˆˆ Passing the connection bundle.
In cabinets with no conduits, pass the bundle
through the hole between any of the side covers
and the own structure. Therefore, the connection bundle
of the probe will be protected against possible damages.
Cabinets with conduits, remove its cover, pass the
bundle inside and take it out through the most suitable
slot. When finishing the corresponding works, put the
conduit cover back.
Regardless where the connection bundle is passed, mechanical tensions will be avoided over the wiring.
ˆˆ Pass the bundle between the two implicated cabinets
and connect the end with the connection cables, to the
terminal strip “BATTERY” of the Communication Module
and labelled as
.
6.1.4. Analogical and digital inputs (EMi3
and RE3 voltage stabilizers only).
The communication module for EMi3 and RE3 stabilizers has
two connectors foreseen for inputs, one is analogical and the
other one is digital.
The analogical input is not available in the RE3, although the
connector could be physically found.
The analogical input is an external control input and the digital is
for an external alarm.
The range of both inputs will be from 0 to 10 V.
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SALICRU
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UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY (UPS) + LIGHTING FLOW DIMMER STABILIZERS (ILUEST) + SWITCH MODE POWER SUPPLY + STATIC INVERTERS + PHOTOVOLTAIC INVERTERS + VOLTAGE STABILIZERS AND POWER LINE CONDITIONERS
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Nota: Salicrú can give other electronics solutions according to the application specifications or technical specifications.
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