owner's Manual Remote Control
Remote
Control
Model:
SAM-RC
Owner's
Manual
Please read this
manual before
operating
your Remote
Control.
INDEX
1. Introduction......................................................................................................2
2. General Information........................................................................................3
3. Operation..........................................................................................................6
4. Specifications....................................................................................................6
5. Warranty...........................................................................................................7
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INTRODUCTION
Description
The SAM-RC is a wired Remote Control used with selected models of SAM Series of
Inverters to switch on and switch off the Inverter from a remote location. It also displays
the operational status of the Inverter using colored LEDs.
Applicable Models of SAM Inverters
The SAM-RC Remote Control is designed to work with the following models of the SAM
Series:
--SAM-1000-12
--SAM-1500-12
--SAM-2000-12
--SAM-3000-12
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2
GENERAL INFORMATION
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8
9
Full
Output
4.4
4.3
4.2
4.1
Battery
Layout and Operation of Controls and LED Indications
High
6.3
6.2
6.1
5.1
5.2
Output Fault
3
Input Fault
ON/OFF
Low Input
Voltage Warning
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2
PUSH
Inverter Remote
1.
Model
SAM-RC
On / Off Push Button. Used to switch on and switch off the Inverter.
NOTE: For switching on and switching off the Inverter using this Remote Control, the
Main On / Off Switch on the Inverter should be in the Off position.
If the On / Off Switch on the Inverter is left in On position, the Inverter cannot be
switched off using this Remote Control. The Remote Control will, however, continue
to display the status of operation.
2.
Annular ring with White LED backlighting around the On / Off Push Button
for assistance in identifying the location of the On / Off Push Button in dark
conditions.
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2
General information
NOTE: The White LED backlighting will be on even when the Main On / Off Button on
the Inverter is in the Off condition (Provided DC input voltage from the battery is available at the DC input terminals of the Inverter).
3.
Green LED showing On / Off status of the Remote Control. Remote is ON
when the LED is lighted.
4.1 - 4.4
Bar Graph consisting of 4 Green LEDs showing the battery voltage seen at
the DC input terminals of the Inverter as follows: (Voltages shown are for a
12 V Nominal Battery input)
--LED 4.1 is lightedBattery voltage is 11.1 to 11.6 VDC
--LED 4.1 and 4.2 are lighted:Battery voltage is 11.6 to 12.8 VDC
--LED 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 are lighted:Battery voltage is 12.8 to 13.2 VDC
--LED 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and 4.4 are lighted:Battery voltage is 13.2 to 15.3 VDC
5.1 - 5.2
NOTE: The battery voltage seen at the DC input terminals of the Inverter will be lower
than the battery voltage at the battery terminal posts by the amount of voltage
drop along the length of the wires connecting the battery and the Inverter. It is
recommended that the voltage drop may be limited to 2% of the battery voltage by
ensuring that the thickness of the connecting wires is selected appropriately based
on the maximum current drawn by the Inverter from the battery and the distance
between the battery and the Inverter.
Green LED (5.1) showing operation of the load controlled cooling fan.
--Lighted LED (5.1) indicates that the power drawn by the load is less than 10%
of the rated power output of the Inverter and that the load controlled fan of
the Inverter is switched off to save power (The crossed out fan symbol (5.2)
indicates that the fan if off).
--Extinguished LED (5.1) indicates the load is more than 10% of the rated
output power of the Inverter and that the cooling fan inside the Inverter is on.
6.1 - 6.3
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Bar graph consisting of 3 Green LED showing percentage of the rated
output power of the inverter being delivered to the load as follows:
--LED 6.1 is lighted: Power drawn by the load is 10% to 59% of the rated output power of the Inverter.
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General information
--LED 6.1 and 6.2 are lighted:
Power drawn by the load is 60% to 79% the rated output power of the
Inverter
--LED 6.1, 6.2 and 6.3 are lighted: Power drawn by the load is 80% to 100% of the rated output power of the Inverter
NOTE: When the Green LED 5.1 is lighted, it indicates that the power drawn by the load is
less than 10% of the rated output power of the Inverter. As the load increases from 10%
to 100% of the rated capacity of the Inverter, LED 5.1 extinguishes and LEDs 6.1 to 6.3 light
up in succession. In a normal Bar Graph, LED 5.1 would have continued to be lighted for
loads > 10%. However, as the lighted condition of LED 5.1 is also used to display the Off
status of the load controlled cooling fan inside the Inverter, it is extinguished when the
load exceeds 10% of the rated output power of the Inverter indicating that the cooling
fan is switched On.
7.
Red LED showing “Output Fault” due to one of the following reasons:
--Overload / short circuit on the output side
8.
Red LED showing “Input Fault” due to one of the following reasons:
--Shut down due to input voltage from the battery seen at the DC input
terminals of the Inverter is 10.5 or below
--Shut down due to input voltage from the battery seen at the DC input
terminals of the Inverter is 15.2 V or higher
--Shut down due to over temperature
9.
Amber LED marked “Low input Voltage Warning” indicating the following:
--Warning that the input voltage from the battery seen at the DC input
terminals of the Inverter is getting low i.e. below 11.6 VDC. The Inverter will
shut down when the voltage drops down to 10.5 VDC
10.
(Not shown. Located at the back of the Remote). 8P8C (8 Position, 8
Conductor) Modular Connector Receptacle (also known as RJ-45 Receptacle)
used for connecting the Remote Control to the Inverter.
NOTE: 3 meters length of Cat 5, Networking Cable with 8P8C (8 Position, 8 Conductor)
Modular Plugs (RJ-45) on the two ends is provided for connecting the Remote Control
to the Inverter.
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3
OPERATION
The Remote Control is provided with 3 meter length of Cat 5 Networking Cable with 8P8C
(8 Position, 8 Conductor) Modular Plugs (RJ-45) on either ends . Plug one end of the cable
to the receptacle on the Remote Control.
Locate the 8P8C (8 Position, 8 Conductor) Modular Receptacle (RJ-45) on the inverter and
securely insert the other end of the plug on the Remote Control cable.
For switching on and switching off the Inverter using this Remote Control, the Main On /
Off Switch on the Inverter should be in the Off condition.
CAUTION! If the On / Off Switch on the Inverter is left in On position, the Inverter
cannot be switched off using this Remote Control. The Remote Control will, however,
continue to display the status of operation.
Please see under “Layout and Operation of Controls and LED Indications” for display
information.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Model No.
Applicable Models of Inverters
Receptacle for Connecting Cable
Connecting cable type
Connecting cable, Length
Connecting cable, Connectors
Dimensions (without cable),mm (L x w x H)
Dimensions (without cable), IN (L x w x H)
SAM-RC
SAM-1000-12, SAM-1500-12,
SAM-2000-12, SAM-3000-12
8P8C (8 Position, 8 Conductor)
Modular Receptacle (RJ-45)
8 Conductor, Cat 5 Networking Cable
3 meters
8P8C (8 Position, 8 Conductor)
Modular Plugs (RJ-45) on both ends
115 x 70 x 27
4.6 x 2.8 x 1.1
Weight (without cable), KG
0.056
Weight (without cable), LB
0.12
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice
PRODUCT NAME XXX manufactured by Samlex America, Inc. (the “Warrantor“) is warranted to be
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WARRANTY
2 Year limited warranty
SAM-RC manufactured by Samlex America, Inc.
(the “Warrantor“) is warranted to be free
from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and service. The warranty period
is 2 years for the United States and Canada, and
is in effect from the date of purchase by the user
(the “Purchaser“).
Warranty outside of the United States and
Canada is limited to 6 months. For a warranty
claim, the Purchaser should contact the place
of purchase to obtain a Return Authorization
Number.
The defective part or unit should be returned at
the Purchaser’s expense to the authorized location. A written statement describing the nature
of the defect, the date of purchase, the place of
purchase, and the Purchaser’s name, address and
telephone number should also be included.
If upon the Warrantor’s examination, the defect
proves to be the result of defective material or
workmanship, the equipment will be repaired
or replaced at the Warrantor’s option without charge, and returned to the Purchaser at
the Warrantor’s expense. (Contiguous US and
Canada only)
No refund of the purchase price will be granted
to the Purchaser, unless the Warrantor is unable
to remedy the defect after having a reasonable
number of opportunities to do so. Warranty service shall be performed only by the Warrantor.
Any attempt to remedy the defect by anyone
other than the Warrantor shall render this
warranty void. There shall be no warranty for
defects or damages caused by faulty installation
or hook-up, abuse or misuse of the equipment
including exposure to excessive heat, salt or
fresh water spray, or water immersion.
No other express warranty is hereby given and
there are no warranties which extend beyond
those described herein. This warranty is expressly in lieu of any other expressed or implied
warranties, including any implied warranty of
merchantability, fitness for the ordinary purposes for which such goods are used, or fitness for a
particular purpose, or any other obligations on
the part of the Warrantor or its employees and
representatives.
There shall be no responsibility or liability
whatsoever on the part of the Warrantor or its
employees and representatives for injury to any
persons, or damage to person or persons, or
damage to property, or loss of income or profit,
or any other consequential or resulting damage
which may be claimed to have been incurred
through the use or sale of the equipment,
including any possible failure of malfunction of
the equipment, or part thereof. The Warrantor
assumes no liability for incidental or consequential damages of any kind.
Samlex America Inc. (the “Warrantor”)
www.samlexamerica.com
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Contact
Information
Toll Free Numbers
Ph: 800 561 5885
Fax: 888 814 5210
Local Numbers
Ph: 604 525 3836
Fax: 604 525 5221
Website
www.samlexamerica.com
USA Shipping Warehouse
Kent WA
Canadian Shipping Warehouse
Delta BC
Email purchase orders to
[email protected]
11002-SAM-RC-0612
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