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GENERATING UNIT TYPE TEST SHEET
Type Tested Generating Unit (>16A per phase but ≤ 50
kW 3 phase)
TYPE TEST SHEET
This Type Test sheet shall be used to record the results of the type testing of Generating
Unit between 16A per phase and 17kW per phase maximum output at 230V (17kW limit single
phase, 34kW limit split phase, 50kW limit 3 phase)
It includes the Generating Units supplier declaration of compliance with the requirements of
Engineering Recommendation G59/3
Type Tested reference number
Fronius Symo 17.5-3-M
Generating Unit technology
IGBT power modules, transformerless
System Supplier name
Fronius International GmbH
Address
Guenter Fronius Str 1
4600 Wels-Thalheim, Austria
Tel
+43-7242-241-0
Fax
+43-7242-241-224
E:mail
[email protected]
Web site
www.fronius.com
Maximum export
capacity, use separate
sheet if more than one
connection option.
--
kW single phase, single, split or three phase system
17.5
kW three phase
--
kW two phases in three phase system
--
kW two phases split phase system
System supplier declaration. - I certify on behalf of the company named above as a supplier of a
Generating Unit, that all products supplied by the company with the above Type Test reference number
will be manufactured and tested to ensure that they perform as stated in this document, prior to shipment
to site and that no site modifications are required to ensure that the product meets all the requirements of
G59/3.
Signed
On behalf of
Fronius International GmbH
Note that testing can be done by the manufacturer of an individual component, by an external test house,
or by the supplier of the complete system, or any combination of them as appropriate.
Where parts of the testing are carried out by persons or organisations other than the supplier then the
supplier shall keep copies of all test records and results supplied to them to verify that the testing has
been carried out by people with sufficient technical competency to carry out the tests.
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Power Quality. Harmonics. These tests should be carried out as specified in 61000-3-12 or
61000-3-2. Only one set of tests is required and the Manufacturer should decide which one
to use and complete the relevant table. The chosen test should be undertaken with a fixed
source of energy at two power levels a) between 45 and 55% and b) at 100% of maximum
export capacity.
The test should be carried out on a single Generating Unit. The results need to comply with
the limits of table 2 of BS EN 61000-3-12 for single phase equipment, to table 3 of BS EN
61000-3-12 for three phase equipment or to table 1 of BS EN 61000-3-2 if that standard is
used.
Note that Generating Units meeting the requirements of BS EN 61000-3-2 will need no
further assessment with regards to harmonics. Generating Units with emissions close to the
limits laid down in BE EN 61000-3-12 may require the installation of a transformer between 2
and 4 times the rating of the Generating Unit in order to accept the connection to a DNO´s
network.
Generating Unit tested to BS EN 61000-3-12
Generating Unit rating per phase (rpp)
Harmonic
At 45-55% of rated output
5.834
kVA
100% of rated output
Harmonic % = Measured
Value (Amps) x 23/rating
per phase (kVa)
Limit BS EN 61000-3-12
Measured
Value MV in
Amps
%
Measured
Value MV in
Amps
%
2
0.093
0.369
0.087
0.345
8%
8%
3
0.101
0.398
0.105
0.412
21.6%
Not stated
4
0.027
0.105
0.031
0.122
4%
4%
5
0.154
0.607
0.193
0.761
10.7%
10.7%
6
0.016
0.065
0.017
0.066
2.67%
2.67%
7
0.066
0.259
0.065
0.257
7.2%
7.2%
8
0.026
0.103
0.020
0.080
2%
2%
9
0.056
0.221
0.076
0.300
3.8%
Not stated
10
0.014
0.054
0.013
0.050
1.6%
1.6%
11
0.046
0.182
0.048
0.190
3.1%
3.1%
12
0.018
0.071
0.020
0.078
1.33%
1.33%
13
0.082
0.324
0.111
0.436
2%
2%
1 phase
3 phase
THD
1.03%
-
1.22%
-
23%
13%
PWHD
1.74%
-
2.55%
-
23%
22%
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Power Quality. Voltage fluctuations and Flicker. The tests should be carried out on a single
Generating Unit. Results should be normalized to a standard source impedance or if this results
in figures above the limits set in BS EN 61000-3-11 to a suitable Maximum Impedance.
Starting
d
d
max
c
d
(t)
Stopping
d
d
max
c
d
(t)
Running
P
P 2 hours
st
lt
Measured
Values at
test
impedance
Normalised
to standard
impedance
0
-.---
0
-0.1
2.01
0.000
0.312
0,360
4%
3.3%
3.3%
4%
3.3%
3.3%
1.0
0.65
Normalised
to required
maximum
impedance
Limits set
under BS EN
61000-3-2
Test
R
Ω
XI
Impedance
Standard
R
0.4
Ω
XI
Impedance
Maximum
R
Ω
XI
Impedance
*Applies to three phase and split single phases Generating Units
Ω
0.25
Ω
Ω
^ Applies to single phase Generating Units and Generating Units using two phases on a three phase
system
For voltage change and flicker measurements the following formula is to be used to convert the measured
value to the normalised values where the power factor of the generation output is 0.98 or above.
Normalised value = Measured value *reference source resistance/measured source resistance at test
point
Singe phase units reference source resistance is 0.4Ω
Two phase units in a three phase system reference source resistance is 0.4Ω
Two phase units in a split phase system reference source resistance is 0.24Ω
Three phase units reference source resistance is 0.24Ω
Where the power factor of the output is under 0.98 then the XI to R ratio of the test impedance should be
close to that of the Standard Impedance.
The stopping test should be a trip from full load operation.
The duration of these tests need to comply with the particular requirements set out in the testing notes for
the technology under test. Dates and location of the test need to be noted below
Test start
Test end
Fronius R&D Laboratories, Fronius International GmbH,
Test location
Guenter Fronius Str 1, A-4600 Wels-Thalheim, Austria
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Power quality. DC injection. The tests should be carried out on a single Generating Unit.
Tests are to be carried out at three power defined levels ±5%. At 230V a 2kW single phase
inverter has a current output of 8.7A so DC limit is 21.75mA, a 10kW three phase inverter has a
current output of 43.5A at 230V so DC limit is 108.75mA.
10%
55%
100%
Recorded
value
12.7 mA
13.9 mA
14.6 mA
as % of
rated AC
current
0.05%
0.05%
0.06%
Limit
0.25%
0.25%
0.25%
Test power
level
Power quality. Power factor. The tests should be carried out on a single Generating Unit.
Tests are to be carried out at three voltage levels and at full output. Voltage can be maintained
within + or – 1.5% of the stated level during the test.
216.2V
Measured
value
Limit
230V
0.997
>0.95
0.998
>0.95
253V
0.997
Measured at three voltage levels and at full
output. Voltage to be maintained within + or 1.5% of the stated level during the test.
>0.95
Protection. Frequency tests
Function
Setting
Frequency
U/F stage 1
47.5Hz
Time
delay
20s
Trip test
“No trip tests”
Frequency
Frequency
47.446Hz
Time delay
20.030s
47.7Hz
No trip occurred
25s
U/F stage 2
47Hz
0.5s
46.972Hz
0.538s
47.2Hz
No trip occurred
19.98s
46.8Hz
No trip occurred
0.48s
O/F stage 1
51.5Hz
90s
51.590 Hz
90.018s 51.3Hz
No trip occurred
95s
O/F stage 2
52Hz
0.5s
52.069Hz
0.548s
51.8Hz
No trip occurred
89.98s
52.2Hz
No trip occurred
0.48s
Note. For Frequency tests the Frequency required to trip is the setting ±1Hz. In order to measure the time
delay a larger deviation than the minimum required to operate the protection can be used. The “No-trip
tests” need to be carried out at the setting ±0.2Hz and for the relevant times as shown in the table above
to ensure that the protection will not trip in error.
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Protection. Voltage tests
Function
Setting
Voltage
U/V stage 1
Time
delay
2.5s
200.1V
Trip test
“No trip tests”
Voltage
Voltage
197.38V
Time delay
2.573s
204.1V
No trip occurred
3.5s
U/V stage 2
184V
0.5s
181.71V
0.543s
188V
No trip occurred
2.48s
180V
No trip occurred
0.48s
O/V stage 1
262.2V
1.0s
263.34V
1.048s
258.2V
No trip occurred
2.0s
O/V stage 2
273.7V
0.5s
275.02V
0.541s
269.7V
No trip occurred
0.98s
277.7V
No trip occurred
0.48s
Note. For Voltage tests the voltage required to trip is the setting plus or minus 3.45V. The time delay can
be measured at a larger deviation than the minimum required to operate the protection. The No-trip tests
need to be carried out at the setting ±4V and for the relevant times as shown in the table above to ensure
that the protection will not trip in error.
a) Protection. Loss of Mains test and single phase test. The tests are to be carried out
at three output power levels plus or minus 5%, an alternative for inverter connected
Generating Units can be used instead.
To be carried out at three output power levels plus or minus 5%, an alternative for inverter
connected Generating Units can be used instead.
Test Power
Balancing load on
islanded network
10%
95% of
Generating
Unit output
55%
95% of
Generating
Unit output
100%
95% of
Generating
Unit output
10%
105% of
Generating
Unit output
55%
105% of
Generating
Unit output
100%
105% of
Generating
Unit output
Trip time. Limit is
0.5s
0.246s
0.246s
0.053s
0.500s
0.500s
0.460s
Note. For technologies which have a substantial shot down time this can be added to the 0.5s in
establishing that the trip occurred in less than 0.5s maximum. Shut down time could therefore
be up to 1.0s for these technologies.
-Indicate additional shut down time included in above results
Note as an alternative, inverters can be tested to BS EN 62116. The following sub set of tests
should be recorded in the following table.
Test Power and
imbalance
Trip Time. Limit is
0.5s
33%
-5% Q
Test 22
66%
-5% Q
Test 12
100%
-5% P
Test 5
33%
+5% Q
Test 31
66%
+5% Q
Test 21
--
--
--
--
--
100%
+5% P
Test 10
--
Single phase test for multi phase Generating Units. Confirm that when generating in parallel
with a network operating at around 50Hz with no network disturbance, that the removal of a
single phase connection to the Generating Unit, with the remaining phases connected causes
a disconnection of the generating unit within a maximum of 1s.
Ph1
removed
Confirm Trip
Ph2
removed
Confirm Trip
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removed
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b) Protection. Frequency change, Stability test
Change
Positive Vector Shift
Start
Frequency
49.5Hz
End
Frequency
Confirm no trip
+9 degrees
No trip occurred
Negative Vector Shift
50.5Hz
-9 degrees
No trip occurred
Positive Frequency drift
49.5Hz
+0.19Hz/s -1
51.5Hz
No trip occurred
Negative Frequency drift
50.5Hz
-0.19Hz/s -1
47.5Hz
No trip occurred
c) Protection. Re-connection timer. The tests should prove that the reconnection
sequence starts in no less than 20s for restoration of voltage and frequency to within the
stage 1 settings of table 10.5.7.1
Test should prove that the reconnection sequence starts in no less than 20s for restoration of
voltage and frequency to within the stage 1 settings of table 10.5.7.1.
Time delay
setting (s)
Measured
delay (s)
20s
25s
Confirmation that the Generating Unit
does not re-connect.
Checks on no reconnection when voltage or frequency is
brought to just outside stage 1 limits of table 10.5.7.1.
At 266.2V
At 196.1V
At 47.4Hz
At 51.6Hz
No reNo reNo reNo reconnect
connect
connect
connect
occurred
occurred
occurred
occurred
d) Fault level contribution.
For machines with electro-magnetic output
Parameter
Symbol
Value
i
--
For Inverter output
Time
Volts
after fault
20ms
12.7V
Initial Value of aperiodic
current
A
--
100ms
9.38V
25.4A
Initial symmetrical shortcircuit current*
I
--
250ms
8.80V
16.5A
--
500ms
8.55V
12.1A
Peak Short Circuit current
Amps
32.2A
p
Decaying (aperiodic)
component of short circuit
current*
k
i
DC
X
-Time to
66.1ms
In milliseconds
Reactance/Resistance Ratio
/
R
trip
of source*
For rotating machines and linear piston machines the test should produce a 0s – 2s plot of the sort circuit
current as seen at the Generating Unit terminals.
*Values for these parameters should be provided where the short circuit duration is sufficiently long to
enable interpolation of the plot
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e) Self-Monitoring solid state switching
Yes/or NA
It has been verified that in the event of the solid state switching device
failing to disconnect the Generating Unit, the voltage on the output side of
the switching device is reduced to a value below 50 volts within 0.5
seconds.
NA
(because electromechanical relays
are used)
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