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TN/TS-1500
Inverter Instruction Manual
TN/TS-1500 Inverter Instruction Manual
Index
1. Safety Guidelines ............................................................................... 1
2. Introduction ........................................................................................ 1
2.1 Features ........................................................................................ 2
2.2 Main Specification ........................................................................ 2
2.3 System Block Diagram .................................................................. 3
3. User Interface ...................................................................................... 3
3.1 Front Panel .................................................................................... 3
3 .2 L ED Indicato r on Fro nt P ane l ...................................................... 4
3 .3 F unc tion al Indic atio n an d A larm ................................................ 4
3 .4 R ear Pan el .................................................................................... 5
4. Explanation of Operating Logic ........................................................ 5
4 .1 Explanation o f UP S Mode Control Logic .................................... 6
4 .2 Explanation o f En ergy Saving Mode C ontrol Logic ................... 8
5. Initial Setup o f TN /TS-1500 ............................................................... 9
5 .1 Initia l State .................................................................................. 9
5 .2 Initia l Se t Po int for Transitio n Voltages ..................................... 9
5 .3 Procedure of S etting Operating M ode , Ou tput Voltage ,
Frequency, and Saving Mode ...................................................... 10
5.4 Remote Monitoring So ftware ....................................................... 12
6. Pro tection ........................................................................................... 12
6 .1 Input Pro tec tion ........................................................................... 12
6 .2 O utp ut P rote ctio n ........................................................................ 13
7. Ins tall ation & Wiring .......................................................................... 14
8. Failure Correction Not es ................................................................... 17
9. Warran ty ............................................................................................. 17
Feb. 2013 Version 13
1.Sa fety Guidelines (P lease read through this man ual before ass embling
TN /TS-1500)
‧Risk of electrical shock and energy hazard. A ll failures sh ould be examined by
the qualified technician. Please do not rem ove the case of the inverter by
yourself!
‧After connec ting the AC input of the inve rter to the utility, the AC outlet of the
inverter will h ave AC output even if the power switch on the front pane l is in the
O FF position .
‧It is highly recommen ded to m oun t the unit horizontally.
‧Plea se d o no t install the inverter in places with hig h moisture o r nea r wa ter.
‧Plea se do not instal l the inverter in places w ith high ambient temperature or
under direct sunlight.
‧Plea se only connect batterie s with the same brand and model number in one
battery bank. Using batteries from different m anufacturers or different cap acity
is strictly prohibited!
‧Never allow a sp ark or flame in the vicinity of the ba tteries b ecause they may
generate explosive gases during normal operation.
‧Make sure the air flow from the fan is no t obstructed at both sides (front an d
back) of the inverter. (Ple ase allow at least 15cm of spa ce)
‧Plea se d o no t stack any object on the inverter.
WARNING: Batteries will have aging problem after years of operation.
It is suggeste d to exe cute re g ul ar battery maintena nce
(e.g. every year). Once aged, the batteries should be changed
by professional technician, or the failed batteries may cause
fire or other hazards.
Inverter
Inverter
Don't
disasse mble
Away fro m
moistu re
Inverter
Away from fir e or
h igh temperature
Don't stack on
the inverter
Inve rter
K eep good
ve ntilation
2.Introduction
‧Fully digital con trolled by a n advanced CP U, T N-1500 is a tru e sine wave
inverter equipped with a n AC charger and solar charger. It can also operate
under UPS and E nergy saving modes. (D escriptions which are high lighted
represents func tion s only for the TN-15 00 series)
‧TS-1500 series only possess the inve rter function . It uses batterie s as the input
source and converts the energy into A C output.
‧TN-1 500 is cap able of drawin g energy from so lar panel thus pro vide
uninterrupted power (UPS mode). B esides p roviding uninte rrup ted pow er, it
also has use r adjustable ene rgy saving mod e. The main purposes of energy
redu ction and bu ilding an indepe nden t su b power station are realized. We can
s ay tha t T N -1 5 00 se r ies is a m ult i -fu nct i o na l an d d esi g ne d to b e
environm entally friendly.
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‧TN-1500 series will autom atically detect the input sources (whether AC main or
solar panels exist) and then adjust its internal setting. Users ca n also set up the
operatin g mode, output voltage, frequency, and saving mode by themselves
based on their special needs, geographic area, and environmental conditions.
‧With pure sine wav e output, TN/TS -1500 can provide 1500W continuously,
1750W for 3 min utes, or 20~40A of peak current for all kinds of load such as
inductive, capacitive, or re sistive. General applications in clude PC, ITE,
vehicles, yachts , home applian ces, motors, power tools, industrial control
equipme nts, AV system, a nd e tc...
2.1 Features
‧Selectable UPS or Energy saving mode ‧So lar charging current 3 0A max
‧True sine wave output (THD<3%)
‧Fa st transfer tim e 10ms (Ty p.)
‧1500W rated output
‧H igh effic iency up to 90%
‧C om plete LE D ind ication for opera ting status
‧Battery low a larm and indicator
‧Surg e power capability up to 3000W
‧O utput vo ltage / frequency selecta ble
‧Fully digital controlled
‧C om pliance to UL458 / FCC / E 13 / CE
‧C an b e u sed for m ost of electronic products with AC inp ut
‧3 year glo bal warranty
2.2 Main Specific atio n
MODEL
Rated
power
Surge
Curren t
Factory
set ting
Output voltage
O
U
T
P
U
T Frequency
WAVEFORM
112
12 4
148
212
224
248
1500W max. continuously, 1750W max. for 180 seconds, 1875W max. for 10 seconds,
3000W for 30 cycle
    
    
110V 60Hz
2 30V 50H z
100 / 110 / 115 / 120V
2 00 / 220 / 230 / 2 40V
60±0.1 Hz
5 0±0.1Hz
True s ine wave (THD < 3.0%)
PROTECTION AC sh ort、Ove rload 、 Over Tem perature
BAT. VOLTAGE 10.5 ~ 15.0V 21.0 ~ 30.0V 42.0 ~ 60.0V 10.5 ~ 15.0V 21.0 ~ 30.0V 42.0 ~ 60.0V
I
N
P
U
T
C
H
A
R
G
E
R
DC CURRENT 150A
EFFICIENCY 87%
OFF MODE
CURRENT
DRAW
PROTECTION
CHARGE
VOLTAGE
AC CHARGE
CURRENT
SOLAR OPEN
CIRCUIT
VOLTAGE
SOLAR
CHARGE
CURRENT
75A
89%
37.5A
89%
150A
88%
75A
90%
37.5A
91%
Under 1 .0mA at power s witch OFF
Over current、battery polarity reverse by fuse、battery low shutdown、battery low alarm
14.5V
29.0V
58.0V
5.5A ±0 .5A
2.7 A ±0.4A
25Vmax
45Vmax
29.0V
58.0V
1.35A ±0.2A 5. 5A ±0.5A
2.7A ±0.4A
1.35A ±0. 2A
75Vma x
45Vmax
75Vmax
30A ma x.
2
14.5V
25Vmax
2 .3 S yste m B lock Dia gra m
TN-1500 Inverter
E MI
fi l ter
AC
Input
CPU
C ontroll er
LED
Display
AC ch arger
F use
Circui t
Break er
Solar c harger
200V DC /400V D C
Battery
12V/2 4V /48V
Fuse
Polari ty
detect
DC/ DC
Converter
DC/AC
Inverte r
12 0V/230V
50 Hz/60H z
LOAD
AC
Output
Solar P anel
Figure 2.1 System Block Diagram
3.Use r interface
3.1 Front Panel
A PO WE R on/off sw itch : The in verte r w ill turn OFF if the sw itch is in the OF F
positio n.
B AC output outlet: To sa tisfy ap plication dem and of d ifferent geograp hic areas
all over the world, there are many optional A C outlets to choose from.
C No Fuse B reaker; Re set: Under "Bypass Mode", when the AC outp ut is
shorted or the load current exce eds the rated curren t of the No F use Breaker,
the No Fus e Breaker will open and that stop s bypassing energy from the utility
getting to prevent poss ible dang er. Whe n the ab normal operating condition is
rem oved, user can press down o n the Re set button to resume operation.
D Ve ntilation ho les: The inverter require s su itable ventilation to w ork pro perly.
Please make sure there is good ventilation a nd the lifesp an of the inv erter can
preserved.
E Fu nction Setting: Operating Mode, O utput vo ltage, frequ ency, and saving
mode can be set through this button.
F LE D Indic atin g Panel: Operating sta tus, load condition, and all type s of
warnin gs w ill be displayed on this panel.
G Communication Port: For remote m onitoring purpo se, the unit can b e
connected to a PC through this com munication port b y using the o ptional cable
and monitoring software.
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B
F
AC OU TPU T
S OLA R CHARGE
ON
AC CHA RG E
A
100
OFF
B ATTE RY
Se ttin g
LOA D
E
1 00
INV ERT ER
On
0
0
C
AC I N
BY PAS S
Ba t Lo w
Sa vin g
G
Remote
port
D
F igure 3 .1: Front Panel (T N-1500)
3 .2 LED Indicato r on Front Panel
Ba ttery Ca pacity Indicator: represents the remaining capacity of external
batteries.
LED Display
LED 1 ON
LED 1~ 2 ON LED 1 ~ 3 ON LE D 1 ~ 4 ON
Battery
0 ~ 25%
26 ~ 50%
51 ~ 75%
7 6 ~ 100%
Capacity
Load C ond ition Ind icator: repre sents the magnitude of output loads.
LED Display
LED 1 ON
LED 1~ 2 ON LED 1 ~ 3 ON LE D 1 ~ 4 ON
Battery
0 ~ 30%
30 ~ 50%
50 ~ 75%
7 5 ~ 100%
Capacity
3 .3 Function Indication a nd Alarm
◎ O n : The inverter sta rted up and outpu t is norm al.
◎ B at L ow : Voltage of external batteries is too low. The inverter will send ou t
a "B eep" sound to warn th e u sers.
◎ Savin g : The inverter is ope rating un der the "Saving Mode" and there's no
AC o utput.
◎ AC CHAR GE : The built-in AC cha rger is charging exte rnal batteries.
◎ S OLA R C HARGE : The external solar panels are provid ing energy to the
external batteries through the built-in solar charger.
◎ AC IN: The s tatus of utility is norm al.
◎ BY PAS S: The unit is working under "B ypass Mode". The A C electricity
consum ed by the loads is provided by the utility instead of the inverter.
◎ INVERT ER: The unit is working under "Inverter Mode" The AC electricity
consum ed by the loads is con verted from the batteries .
◎B AT TERY: D ispla y the remain ing cap acity of external batteries.
◎LOA D: D isplay the output loa d status.
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3.4 Rear Panel
A Battery input (+), (-).
B Utility / AC inlet (IEC 320).
C Solar panel input terminal.
D Frame ground (FG).
AC INPUT
Solar Input
(30A max)
NEG
B
DC
INPUT
POS
Reverse Polarity
Will Damage The
Uni t.
Chassis
Ground
C
A
Cat .No.(1 GG1 HS-212 )
Wire Ran ge(10-4AWG Str
Cu So ldere d Wires )
Torque ( 17.7 -26.5 in lb)
D
Fig 3.2: Rear Panel (TN-1500)
4.Explanation of Operating Logic
TN -1500 (CPU controlled inve rter) is des igne d to achiev e the go al o f en ergy
saving and pos sesses both UP S an d Energ y sa ving mo des . Th ese 2 modes are
us er adjus table. T he unit will be facto ry s et in the UP S m ode . D ependin g on
we ather an d utility conditio ns, use rs can m anu ally adjust o r use th e monit oring
software to switch to the Energy sav ing mod e.
Th e main difference between UPS and En ergy saving mo de is the amount o f
energy con served. Under the U PS mode, the unit will remai n in the B ypa ss m ode
as long as utility is availabl e. Thus less energy is conserved (refer to Fi g. 4.1 for
UPS m ode control logic). Under the E nergy saving mode, the priority of inpu t
source cho sen is solar pan el AC m ain battery. If a vailable, the CP U will select
external solar panels a s its first priority in orde r to conserve en ergy. In case o f
insufficient sol ar power and utility failure, battery power will be draw n as the last
resort. When the capacity of batteries is around 1 0~20%, the CPU will re mind
end users by continuou sly sending out w arning siren until the system shuts d own .
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4.1 Expla nation of UPS Mode Control Logic
ON
ON
Utility
Power
OFF
OFF
Power-On
Re-power-on
ON
ON
By pass
mode
OFF
OFF
ON
Inverter
Mode
OFF
28.5V
t
ON
ON
OFF
OFF
t
28.5V
28.5V
28.5V
25.4V
26.5V
26.5V
22.5V
(Alarm)
26.5V
Battery
voltage
21V(Shut-down)
t
29.0V
Solar charger
state
AC charger
state
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
t2
OFF
OFF
OFF
t3
t
ON
OFF
t1
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
t4
t5
t6
t7 t8 t9
t10
t
t11
t12
Figure 4.1: D iagram of UPS M ode Control Log ic
t1: To ensure the battery is at full capacity, when the T N-1500 is turned on , the
CPU will execute th e "Bypa ss M ode" automatically connecting the AC main to
the loa d. In the m ean time, it will activate both th e A C charger and solar
charger to simultaneou sly charge the batteries.
t2: Wh en the batte ries are full (battery voltage around 28.5V), both the AC and
solar charger will be turned off by the C PU to prevent overcharging and
reducing the battery lifetime. In the meantime, the system will remain in the
"Bypass Mode" and AC electricity provided to the loads is coming from public
utility.
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t3: At this time period, TN-1500 is still in the Bypass mode. The battery voltage
level w ill d ecrease gradually d ue to standby power dissipation. Whe n the
batteries a re c onsumed to around 75% of their c apacity (ba ttery voltage
around 26.5V) the CPU will restart the charger. The CPU will use charging
current of 3 A as a guide point. When the provided charging current is u nder
3A , the AC charger will be turned ON (e.g. Night tim e or cloudy day). As for
charging current of ove r 3A, the solar charger will be turned O N in stead.
t4: If the energy provid ed by th e charger is larger than what is cons umed by the
load, voltage o f battery bank w ill increase gradually u ntil 28.5V is rea ched
then the CPU will be s hut off the charger to preve nt overcharging. A t this
point, output lo ad is still supplied by utility.
t5: Since the chargers are in the OFF mode, the battery voltage will grad ually
decrease to the range o f 26.5~28.5V (floating voltage le vel). If utility were to
fail at this mom ent, the CPU will automatically switch (<10m s) to the inverter
mode insuring u nin terrupted po wer.
t6: Once utility recovers, the CP U will switch back to the bypass mode.
t7: When battery voltage drops to below 26.5V, the battery charger will be
activated to charge the ba ttery bank (refe r to t3 for detailed description).
t8: Same as t4.
t9: Du e to lack of utility, TN-1500 will switch to the inverter mode. AC charging
functio n will be turned off. Since AC output relies pu rely on battery power, the
battery bank will be deplete d rather quickly.
t10: A s the battery di scharges to belo w 26.5V and utility remains una vai lable.
O nly the sola r ch arger is turned ON. The battery bank could be depleted
rather quickly.
t11: Same as E nergy Savin g mode.
t12: When sola r ch arger is providin g current of larger than 3A, the vo ltage lev el o f
the battery bank w ill rise slow ly. O nce the ba ttery voltage reaches inverter
m ode reactivation level, the inverter will be revived.
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4.2 Expla nation of Energy Saving Mode Control Logic
ON
Uti lity
Power
OFF
Power-On
ON
ON
Bypass
mode
OFF
O FF
ON
In verter
mode
ON
O FF
O FF
OFF
28.5V
28.5 V
28.5 V
26.5 V
Bat tery
voltage
Solar charg er
state
AC ch arger
st ate
22V
ON
ON
21 .0 V (Sh ut-down)
ON
OFF
t
ON
ON
OFF
t1
t
ON
OFF
O FF
O FF
t
28.5 V
26 .5V
22.5 V
(Alarm)
22 .5 V
(Alarm)
26.5 V
t
ON
t2
t3
t4
O FF
t5
t6 t7
t
t8
F igure 4.2 Diagram of Energy Saving M ode Control Logic
t1 : When the TN-1500 is turned on, CPU will execute the "Bypas s Mode"
automatically conn ecting the A C m ain to the lo ad. In the m ean tim e, it will
activate both the A C charge r an d so lar charger to simultaneously ch arge the
batteries.
t2 : When the batteries are ful l (ba ttery voltage around 28.5V), both the AC and
solar charger will be turne d off to prevent overcharging a nd reducing the
battery lifetime . In the m eantime , the system will switch to the "Inverter M ode"
and the AC electric ity provided to the loads will be coming from the batteries.
t3: When the batteries are de pleted to around 75% of their capacity (battery
voltage aro und 26.5V), CP U w ill restart the solar cha rger but not the AC
charger to achieve the purpose of en ergy-saving.
t4: If the energy provided b y the solar p anels is larg er than the load requirem ent,
voltage of battery ban k will increa se gradually until reaching 90% capacity
(battery vo ltage around 28.5V) and then the solar charger will be shut off to
prevent the batteries from overcharg ing .
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t5: When the capacity of batteries go down to about 75% (battery voltag e around
26.5V), solar charg er w ill restart and beg in charg ing.
t6: If the energy provided by the solar panels is lower than consumed by the loads,
voltage of battery bank w ill decrease gradually to 20% of its capacity
(battery voltage aro und 22V), the b uilt-in bu zzer will be activated and inform
the users to take proper action.
t7: If the power consumption of the loads d oes not decrease an d the AC main is
normal, CPU w ill detect this and the unit will be transferred to "Bypass Mo de".
Th e utility will provide energy to the loads and charge th e battery ba nk at the
same time in order to preve nt the un it from shutting off. If the so lar current is
higher than 3A , the CP U will not a ctivate the "AC charger" and just let the
"Solar Charger" charge the batteries to achieve the goal of energy-saving.
t8: When lacki ng AC main, the C PU will shut down the whole system if the capacity
of external battery bank is less than 10% (battery voltage around 21V)
in order to p revent o ver-discharging and reducing its lifetime. After shut d own ,
the CP U will pro vide LE D in dication to the user know why the inverter has shut
off.
5. Initial Setup of TN/TS-1500 (Operating Mode, O utput Voltage, Frequency,
an d Saving Mode)
5.1 In itial Sta te
Th e initial state of TN/TS-1500 is 120Vac/60Hz or 230Vac/50Hz and both the
"UPS mode" and "Saving M ode" is activated. If the users ne ed to re vise it for
certain app lication, it can be done throu gh the se tting bu tton on the front panel
(Please refer to section 5 .3). The unit will start up autom atically after the
setting procedure is finished and the new settings will be executed. These
new settin gs will be kept even if AC, battery, and solar is disconnected or
occurrence of fault condition s leading to failure of output voltage thus
requiring p owe ring the inve rter OFF and ON .
5.2 In itial Set Poin t for Transition Voltage s
TN /TS-1500
F acto ry S etting
AC Cha rger
Transition Voltage
AC Cha rger
Sta rt Up Vo ltage
Solar C harg er
Sta rt Up Vo ltage
Solar Charge r
Shut Dow n Voltag e
Inver ter
Shut Dow n
112
212
124
224
148
248
14 .3V
28.5V
57 V
11V
22V
44 V
13 .3V
26.5V
53 V
14.3V
28.5 V
57 V
10.5V
21 V
42 V
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5.3 Proce dure of Setting Op erating Mode, O utput Voltage, Frequency, and
Sa ving Mode
Note: TS-1500 does not ha ve S tep 3~5.
STEP 1: The inverter should be turned off while resetting. Input batteries
should be conne cted, A C main ca n e ither be connected or
di scon nected, and the loads should be removed .
STEP 2: Use an insulated stick to press the setting button and then turn on the
power switch. After pressing for 5 seconds, the inve rter will send out
a "Beep" sound. Users can release the button and go into the setting
procedure.
STEP 3: P lease refer to Table 5.1 an d check the LED status to see if the
Operating Mode is the one you need. If yes, please skip to STEP 5.
If change is required, pleas e follow STE P 4~11.
Table 5.1 Operatin g Mode
Energ y Saving
Mode
U PS Mode
On
●
Bat Low
★
Saving
★
On
○
Bat Low
★
Saving
★
● Lig ht
○ Dark
★ Fla shin g
STEP 4: The LEDs w ill change state by pressing the setting button for 1
second and then rele ase. Operating Mo de can be adjusted as
required.
STEP 5: After selecting the Operating Mode, press the setting button for 3~5
seconds and the inverter will send out a "Beep" sound. Th e button
can be released and you can g o on to the setting section of
"Voltage/frequency."
STEP 6: Please refer to Table 5.2 and check whethe r the co mbination o f
output vol tage and frequen cy is the one you need. If yes, please skip
to STE P 8. If change is req uired, please follow STEP 7~11.
AC OUT PUT
SOLAR CH ARGE
ON
AC C HARGE
BATTE R Y
OF F
100
Settin g
LOA D
10 0
INVERTE R
On
0
0
AC I N
BY PASS
Bat Low
Saving
Use an insula ted stick to
press th is setting bu tton
Remot e
port
Figure 5.1: Adjustment of Output Mode, Output Voltage,
Frequency, and Saving Mode
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Table 5.2 : LED Indication of Output Volta ge / Frequency Combination
Outp ut
Volta ge
Frequen cy
1 00Vac
(2 00Vac)
11 0Vac
(22 0Vac)
115Vac
(230Vac)
120Vac
( 240Vac)
On
50Hz Bat Low
Saving
On
60Hz Bat Low
Saving
●
○
○
★
○
○
●
○
●
★
○
●
●
●
○
★
●
○
●
●
●
★
●
●
● Light
○ Dark
★ Flashing
STEP 7: The LEDs w ill change state by pressing the setting button for 1
second and then release (refer to Fi gure 5.2). Please select the
combination of output voltage a nd frequency you need.
110Vac
(2 20Vac) 50 Hz
115Vac
(230Vac) 5 0Hz
1 20Vac
(240Vac) 50Hz
100Vac
(200Vac) 50 Hz
10 0Va c
(200Vac) 60Hz
120Vac
(2 40Vac) 60 Hz
110Vac
(220Vac) 60Hz
115Vac
(230Vac) 6 0Hz
F igure 5.2: State C ircu lation Diagram o f Ou tput Voltage and Freq uency
STEP 8: A fter sele cting th e ou tput voltage and frequency, pres s the setting
button for 3~5 seconds and the inverter will send out a "Beep"
sound. Th e button can be released and it will go into the setting
section for "Saving Mode."
STEP 9: Please refer to Table 5.3 and check whether the "Saving Mode" is set
as required. If yes, pl ease skip to STEP 11. If change is required,
pl ease fol low S TEP 10~11.
Table 5.3 LED Indication for Saving Mode O N/O FF
Sav ing Mode
ON
Sav ing Mode
OFF
On
★
Bat Low
Saving
★
On
★
Bat Low
★
Saving
○
●
11
● Light
○ Da rk
★ Flashing
STEP 10: The LE Ds will change state by pressing the setting button for 1
seco nd a nd then release . Yo u can activate or ca ncel the "Sa ving
M ode" function by this adjustm ent.
STEP 11: Afte r ac tivating or canceling the "Saving Mo de", press the setting
button for around 5 seconds a nd the inverter will send out a "Beep"
sound. The button can be released an d al l the settings are finished .
The inverter will automatically sto re all the settings and then start
to operate.
5.4 Remo te M onitoring So ftw are
(A)Users can also make Operating Mode, voltage/frequency, saving m ode,
and transition voltage adjustments by using this software. Software update
can be downloaded from the MW we bsite. Please c ontact us or our
distributor if yo u ha ve any questions.
(B)DB9-USB conversion cable should not be use d because it will not be
compa tible with the monitoring software.
6. Protection
6.1 In put Protection
(A)Battery Polarity Protection: If the battery input is connected in reverse
polarity, the internal fuse will blow and the inverter should be send back to
MEAN WELL for repair.
(B)Battery Under Voltage Protection: When the battery voltage is lower than
the pre set value, the inverter will automatically terminate the output and
"Battery Low" signal on the front panel will light up. Please refer to Table 6.1
for more detail about the failure signals d isplayed through the "Load M eter."
(C)Battery Over Volta ge Protection: When th e battery voltage is too high ,
inverter will automatically terminate the output and the built-in buzzer will
activate to inform the us ers. Please refer to Table 6.1 for more detail about
the failure signals displayed through the "Load Meter."
WARNING:
Please choose suitable batteries that is within the rated input DC
voltage of TN/TS-1500 (refer to the S PEC). If the input DC voltage is
too low (ex. using 12Vdc battery bank for 24Vdc input models), TN/TS1500 can't be started up prop erly. If the input DC voltage is too high
(ex. using 48Vdc battery bank for 24Vdc inp ut models), TN /TS-1500
will be damaged!
(D)Solar C harger Over Cu rrent Protection: The m aximum chargin g current
of the b uilt-in solar charger is 30A. If the charging current is too high, the
internal fuse will blow and the inverter sh ould be send back to MEAN WELL
for repair.
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6.2 Ou tput Protection
(A)Bypass M ode: Uses "No Fu se Breaker" as automatic over current
protection. When over current occurs, the button of the circuit breaker on
the front panel will pop up and the inverter will shut down. At this time,
users should remove th e loads, restart the inverter and press down on the
button of the circuit breaker and the AC output can now be provided
normally.
(B)Inverter M ode: Under the "Inverter Mode", if any abnormal situ ation
occurs, the front panel will send out failure messages through the "Load
Meter" (Please refe r to Table 6.1).
(1)Over Temperature Pro tection: When the internal temperature is h igher
than th e limit value , the "O ver Temperature Protection" will be activated.
The unit will automatically turn off and should be restarted ag ain.
(2)AC Output Ab normal Pro tection: When the AC output voltage of the
inverter is too high or too low, the unit will turn off and should be restarte d
again.
(3)AC Output Short Circuit Pro tection: When a short circuit situation
occurs at the output side of the inverte r or the load increase greatly in a
short p eriod of time, the unit will turn off and should b e restarted again.
(4)Battery Voltage Ab normal Pro tection: Wh en the battery voltage is too
high or too low, this protection will be activated. T he inverter will autorecove r once the battery voltage go back to a safe level and users d o not
need to restart it.
(5)Ou tput Ove rloa d P rotection: When output is overloaded betwee n 15 00W
~ 1750W, the inverter can continuously provide power for 3 minu tes. After
that, if the overload condition is not removed, the overload protection will
be activated. When the load is higher than 1875W, the overload protection
will activate instantly. For these ove rload protections, once activ ated, yo u
should reset the unit.
Table 6.1: Failure Mess ages On Fro nt Panel
LOA D
Fail ure
Mes sage
LOA D
10 0
LE D
In dicato r
F ailure
Messa ge
10 0
LED
Indicator
0
Output
Overload
(1500W~1750W)
LOA D
Output
Overload
(1750W~1875W)
LOA D
Output
Overload
(>187 5W)
LOA D
Ove r
Temperatu re
0
Abnormal
AC Outpu t
Voltage
100
0
LOA D
10 0
0
LOA D
AC Outpu t
Short Circuit
100
10 0
0
0
Abno rmal
Batte ry
Volta ge
100
0
LO A D
1 00
0
13
LOAD
10 0
0
7. Installation & Wiring
(A)Wiring for Batteries: Wire connections should be as short as pos sible and
less than 1.5 meter is highly recommended. Make sure that suita ble wires are
chosen based on Safe ty requirement and ratin g of current. Too small crosssection will result in lower efficiency, less outp ut power, and the wires may
also become overheated and cause danger. P lease refer to Table 7.1 and
consult our local distrib utor if you have any questions.
Table 7 .1: S ugg esti on for Wire S election
R ated Cu rren t of
E quip men t (A mp)
10A ~ 13A
Cro ss-s ecti on o f
2
Lead (mm )
1.25


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Choosing suitable
wires based on the
rating of solar panels
and distance from
the inverter
13A ~ 16A
1.5
14
16A ~ 25A
25A ~ 32A
2.5
12
4
10
32A ~ 40A
40A ~ 63A
6
10
8
6
63A ~ 80A
16
4
M ode ls us ing 48V
b atte ries
80A ~ 100A
100A ~ 125A
25
35
2
1
M ode ls us ing 24V
b atte ries
≧125A
50
0
M ode ls us ing 12V
b atte ries
(B)Suggested Ba ttery Ty pe and C apacity
TN/TS-15 00
Battery Typ e
Battery
Capacity
Input Current
from Solar Panel
Lea d-acid
112
212
12V / 120Ah ~
12V / 400Ah
124
224
24V / 60Ah ~
24V / 200A h
148
248
48V / 30Ah ~
48V / 100Ah
5A ~ 25A
(C)Requirement of In stallation:
Th e unit should be mounted on a flat surface or holding rack with suitable
strength. In order to ensure the life span of the unit, yo u sh ould refrain from
operating the unit in enviro nment of high d ust or mois ture. This is a power
supply with built-in DC fan. Please make sure the ventilation is not blocked.
We recommend that the re should be no barriers with in 15cm of the ventilating
holes.
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>15cm
>15cm
Inverter
Air
Air
Figu re 7.1: E xam ple of In stallation
(D)Example of System Diagram
As short as possible
AC O/P
So lar Panel
Battery
+
-
L arger
than
1 5cm
LOAD
TN/TS-1500
Inverter
Larger
than
15cm
AC I/P D C I/P
-+
Solar I/P
Chassis
Sho uld less than 1.5m
Base d on the actual lengt h of wiring and
choose suitable c ross-section of t he leads
Where, the DC I/P a nd c hassis fix manner as followin g :
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Wall or system FG
1. Company N ame : Mean Well Enterprises Co Ltd
2. Model Name : 1GG1HS-191
3. Rating : 150A
4. Torque : 106.2 Ib.in max.
5. Suitable Wire : Copper wire (tem p rating : 75C )
6. Intended for termination onto a Listed ring tongue connector
7. To Be Sold Onl y With Installation Instructions
8. A m oun ting screw that is first inserted throug h the tang and is threaded
into the con nector to secure the connector to the tang shall be torqued
to 32 in-lbs minimum
9. Mounting Screws - Plated Steel . Two provided, size M 4
Cat.No.(1G G1HS-212)
Wire Range (10-4 AWG
Str Cu Sold er ed Wires)
Torque (17. 7-26.5 in lb)
Chas sis
(E)Derating
100
100
80
80
60
60
40
40
20
20
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
21VDC
Ambient Temperature (℃)
Figure 7.2: Output Derating Curve
(F)
23VDC
30VDC (HORIZONTAL)
Battery Input Voltage (V) - 24V Mode l
Figure 7.3: In put Derating Curve
Notes on O utput L oad s:
T N /TS -1 5 00 S erie s c an po w er mos t of equip me nt s that nee d a n AC
s o urc e of 15 0 0W. Bu t fo r ce r tain sp e cifi c ty pe o f lo ad , t he unit may n o t
work properly.
(1)Since inductive loads o r motor bas ed equipments n eed a large start up
current (6~10 times of its rated current), please make sure this start up
current is less than the maximum current capability of the inverter.
(2)When the outpu t are capacitive or rectified equipments (such as switching
pow er supply), we suggest operating these equipment a t no load or light
load condition. Increase the loads slightly only after the TN/TS-1500 ha s
started up to ensure proper operation.
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8. Failure Correction Notes
TN /TS-15 00 should serviced by a professiona l technician. Im proper usag e or
m odification m ay d am age the u nit or result in shock hazard. If you are n ot able to
clear the failure condition, please contact Mean WELL or a ny of our dis tributors
for repair s ervice.
S tatus
N o AC output
voltag e
Possible Rea sons
Ways to Eliminate
Abno rma l inp ut
C hec k the AC or D C in put sources .
M ake sure the voltage is w ithi n the
required rang e.
No in put (battery, AC mai n,
or solar e nergy)
Make sure the w iring and polarity
is correct.
Over temperature
prote ction
M ake sure that the ve ntila tion is not
b lock ed o r wh ether th e am bient
temperature is too h igh. Please
derate output usage or reduce the
ambient temperature.
Overload protection
M ake sure the output load doe s no t
e xceed the ra ted valu e or the
instantan eou s sta rt up current is n ot
too high (for inductive or cap acitive
loads).
Short circuit protectio n
M ake sure the output is no t
o verloaded o r short circui t
Batteries are aging or broken R eplace the b atte ries
D isch argi ng
period of
batteries is
to o sh ort
F an d oes
not sp in
Malfunction o f the charge r
(no charging voltage)
Reconfirm the specification and enlarge
the battery ca pac ity a s su ggested
R epa ir re quired. Plea se s end it ba ck
to us or any o f our distribu tors
Clog with foreign objects
R emove the foreign objects
Malfunction o f the fan
R epa ir re quired. Plea se s end it ba ck
to us or any o f our distribu tors
Battery capacity is too small
9.Wa rranty
Three years of global warranty is provided for TN/TS-1500 under normal
operating conditions. Please do not change components or modify the unit
by yourself or MEAN WELL may reserve the right not to provide the complete
warranty.
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N o . 2 8 , Wu q u a n 3 r d R d ., Wu g u D i s t . , Ne w Ta i pe i C i t y 2 4 8 , Ta i wa n
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