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USER MANUAL
INSTALLATION MANUAL
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SAFETY RULES
Please familiarize yourself with the safety features and instructions by first reading the documentation supplied with this
product before using the equipment. This product has been designed and tested in accordance with international standards.
The equipment must be used exclusively for the purpose for which it was designed.
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The product is used in conjunction with a permanent energy source (battery). Input and/or output terminals may still be
dangerously energized, even when the equipment is switched off. Always switch off the AC supply and the battery before
carrying out maintenance or servicing the product.
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Never use the product where there is a risk of gas or dust explosions. Consult the battery manufacturer's information to
ascertain that the product is intended for use in conjunction with the battery. Always comply with the battery manufacturer's
safety instructions.
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The product has no internal user-serviceable components. Do not remove the front plate or operate the product if any panels
have been removed. All servicing must be undertaken by qualified personnel.
WARNING: Do not lift heavy loads without assistance.
Read the installation instructions in the installation manual before installing the equipment.
This is a Safety Class I product (supplied with a protective grounding terminal). Uninterruptible protective grounding must
be provided at the AC input and/or output terminals. Alternatively the grounding point located externally on the
product may be used. Whenever it is likely that the grounding protection has been damaged, the product must be turned off
and secured against unintended operation; please contact qualified service staff.
Ensure that the DC and AC input cables are fused and fitted with circuit breakers. Never replace a safety component with a
different Typ. Consult the manual to determine the correct component.
Before applying power, ensure that the available power source matches the configuration settings of the product as
described in the manual.
Ensure that the equipment is used under the correct ambient conditions. Never operate the product in a wet or dusty
environment. Ensure there is adequate free space for ventilation around the product and check that the ventilation vents are
not blocked.
Ensure that the required system voltage does not exceed the product's capacity.
Transport and Storage
Ensure that the mains power and battery leads have been disconnected before storing or transporting the product.
No liability can be accepted for any transport damage if the equipment is shipped in non-original packaging.
Store the product in a dry environment; the storage temperature must be between -20°C and 60°C.
Consult the battery manufacturer's manual in respect of transport, storage, charging, recharging and disposal of the battery.
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Installation
1 DESCRIPTION
1.1 General
Multi Compact -functional (Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact only)
The Multi Compact gets its name from the multiple functions it can perform. It is a powerful
true sine wave inverter, a sophisticated battery charger that features adaptive charge
technology and a high-speed AC transfer switch in a single compact enclosure. Beside these
primary functions, however, the Multi Compact has several advanced features that provide a
range of new applications as outlined below.
Uninterrupted AC power (Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact only)
In the event of a grid failure, or shore or generator power being disconnected, the inverter
within the Multi Compact is automatically activated and takes over supply to the connected
loads. This happens so fast (less than 20 milliseconds) that computers and other electronic
equipment will continue to operate without disruption.
PowerControl – Dealing with limited generator or shore side power (Multi Compact/
MultiPlus Compact only)
The Multi Compact is a very powerful battery charger. It will therefore draw a lot of current
from the generator or shore side supply (nearly 8 A per Multi Compact at 230 VAC). With the
Phoenix Multi Control (PMV) a maximum generator or shore current can be set. The Multi
Compact will then take account of other AC loads and use whatever is extra for charging,
thus preventing the generator or shore supply from being overloaded.
PowerAssist – Boosting the capacity of shore or generator power
The feature that distinguishes the Phoenix MultiPlus Compact from the standard Multi
Compact is PowerAssist. This feature takes the principle of PowerControl to a further
dimension allowing the MultiPlus Compact to supplement the capacity of the alternative
source. Where peak power is so often required only for a limited period, it is possible to
reduce the size of generator needed or conversely enable more to be achieved from the
typically limited shore connection. When the load reduces, the spare power is used to
recharge the battery.
Note 1: The rating of the generator should be 75% or higher compared to the VA rating of the
MultiPlus Compact. (for ex: a genset of at least 1500 VA will be required to operate in parallel
with a Multi Compact 12/2000/80.
Note 2: The output waveform of a generator can be heavily distorted. In that case the “AC
waveform check” should be disabled. See page 20.
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1.2 Battery Charger (Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact only)
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The right amount of charge: variable absorption time
When only shallow discharges occur (a yacht connected to shore power for example) the
absorption time is kept short in order to prevent overcharging of the battery. After a deep
discharge the absorption time is automatically increased to make sure that the battery is
completely recharged.
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Adaptive 4-stage charge characteristic: bulk – absorption – float – storage
The Phoenix Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact features a microprocessor controlled
‘adaptive’ battery management system that can be preset to suit different Typs of batteries.
The ‘adaptive’ feature will automatically optimize the process relative to the way the battery is
being used.
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Less maintenance and aging when the battery is not in use: the Storage mode
The storage mode kicks in whenever the battery has not been subjected to discharge during
24 hours. In the storage mode float voltage is reduced to 2,2 V/cell (13,2 V for a 12 V battery)
to minimize gassing and corrosion of the positive plates. Once a week the voltage is raised
back to the absorption level to ‘equalize’ the battery. This feature prevents stratification of the
electrolyte and sulphation, a major cause of early battery failure.
Two outputs to charge 2 battery banks
The Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact features 2 outputs, of which 1 can carry the full
output current. The second output, limited to approximately 4A and with a slightly lower
output voltage, is intended to top up a starter battery.
To increase battery life: temperature compensation
Every Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact comes with a battery temperature sensor. When
connected, charge voltage will automatically decrease with increasing battery temperature.
This feature is especially recommended for sealed batteries and/or when important
fluctuations of battery temperature are expected.
Learn more about batteries and battery charging
To learn more about batteries and charging batteries, please refer to our book ‘Electricity on
Board’ (available free of charge from Victron Energy and downloadable from
www.victronenergy.com) For more information about adaptive charging please look under
Technical Briefs on our website.
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Preventing damage due to excessive gassing: the BatterySafe mode
If, in order to quickly charge a battery, a high charge current in combination with a high
absorption voltage has been chosen, the Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact will prevent
damage due to excessive gassing by automatically limiting the rate of voltage increase once
the gassing voltage has been reached.
1.3 List of Article Numbers for Accessories
Phoenix Multi control
Phoenix Inverter control
Temperature sensor TI
UTP Patch lead 5 m
UTP Patch lead 10 m
UTP Patch lead 15 m
PC interface MK1.b
USB adapter
VEConfigure software
ASS0301B0000
ASS030200000
Can be downloaded from our website
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2.1 On/Off/Charger Only Switch
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When the front switched to "on", the product is fully functional. The inverter will come into
operation and the LED "inverter on" will light up.
The Phoenix Multi Compact can be operated with the Phoenix Multi control panel. The
remote control has an on-off switch and more indication.
The charger of the Phoenix Multi Compact can be turned off. This can be done by changing
the set up configuration by connecting the Phoenix Inverter remote control (set the AC input
current to 0) or by connecting a computer to the Phoenix Multi Compact (use MK.1 with
VEConfigure).
For remote control of the Phoenix Inverter Compact the Phoenix Inverter control panel
should be used.
2.3 Special Charger Modes Equalizing
Some batteries may need a regular equalizing charge. To perform an equalizing charge the
Phoenix Multi Compact can charge at a higher voltage (1V above the absorption voltage for a
12V battery, 2V for a 24V battery) for a period of one hour. The charger current is then limited
to 1/4 of the specified value.
The "bulk" and "absorption" LEDs will flash alternately during this cycle (only on Phoenix Multi
Control).
The equalizing mode results in a charging voltage that may exceed the
maximum voltage of DC consumers. These should be disconnected when
performing an equalizing charge.
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2.2 Remote Operation
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NOTE: When only the charger function is required, ensure that the switch is switched to
"charger only". This prevents the inverter from being switched on if the mains voltage is lost,
thus preventing your batteries from running flat.
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Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact only:
An AC voltage connected to the "AC in" connector will be switched through to the "AC out"
connector, if within specifications. The inverter will switch off, the "charger" LED will light up
and the charger commences charging. The "charger" LED will light up depending on the
charger mode (on=bulk, absorption) or (blinks=float).
If the voltage of the "AC-in" terminal is too high or too low, the AC input voltage will switch off
and the inverter will be starting.
When the front switch is switched to "charger only", only the battery charger of the Phoenix
Multi Compact will operate (if mains voltage is present). In this mode input voltage also is
switched through to the "AC out" terminal.
Forced Absorption
In some cases it may be necessary to charge the battery at the absorption voltage for a
specific period of time. In the Forced Absorption mode, the Phoenix Multi Compact will
charge at the normal absorption voltage during the preset maximum absorption period.
The "absorption" LED will light up (only on Phoenix Multi Control).
The Phoenix Multi Compact can be switched to one of these modes from the remote control
as well as with the aid of the front switch. A prerequisite is that all switches (front, remote,
remote Control) are switched to "on", and that none are switched to the "charger only"
position.
Proceed is as follows to switch the Phoenix Multi Compact to either the equalizing mode or
Forced Absorption mode:
REMARK: switch quickly from "on" to "charger only" and back. The switch must be switched
in such a way that the intermediate position is, as it were, "skipped". If the relevant switch
remains in the "off" position for any length of time, you may run the risk that the appliance will
be switched off. In that case you will need to start again. Use a remote control for best
results.
1. Ensure that all switches (i.e., front switch, remote or remote control switch if
present are switched to the "on" position).
2. Ensure that the Phoenix Multi Compact is charging (an AC input voltage must be
present; check that the "charger" LED is one (only remote control: "mains", of
either the "bulk", "absorption" or "float" LEDs is illuminated).
3. Switch the switch successively to "charger only", "on" and "charger only". NOTE:
the switching itself should be done quickly but the interval between switching
should be from 1/2 to two seconds.
4. The "green front-led =bulk", "yellow front-led=absorption" and "red-front
led=float" LEDs will flash five times (only remote control the "bulk", "absorption" and
"float" LEDs will flash five times.
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Subsequently, the "green front led=bulk", "yellow front led=absorption" and
"red front led=float" LEDs will each light up for a period of two seconds.
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If the switch is switched to "on" while the "green front led=bulk" LED
illuminates, the charger switches to the equalizing mode.
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If the switch is switched to "on" while the "yellow led=absorption" LED
illuminates, the charger switches to 'Forced Absorption'
If the switch is not in the required position after these steps, it can be simply switched one
more time. This will not change the charging status.
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2.4 LED Indications
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LED off
LED flashes
LED illuminated
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on
charger
off
The inverter is switched on and supplies
power to the load. Battery operation.
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alarm
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charger only
on
charger
off
alarm
charger only
inverter
on
charger
off
alarm
charger only
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The inverter is switched on and supplies
power to the load.
Pre alarm: overload, or
battery voltage low, or
inverter temperature high
The inverter is switched off.
Alarm: overload, or
battery voltage low, or
inverter temperature hig, or
DC ripple voltage on battery
terminal was too high
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Charger
on
charger
off
alarm
The AC input voltage is switched through
and the charger operates in bulk or
absorption mode.
charger only
on
charger
off
alarm
The AC input voltage is switched through
and the charger is switched off.
The battery charger can not reach battery
end voltage (bulk protection mode).
charger only
on
charger
off
alarm
The AC input voltage is switched through
and the charger operates in bulk or
absorption mode.
charger only
inverter
on
charger
off
alarm
charger only
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The AC input voltage is switched through
and the charger operates in float mode.
Phoenix Remote Control panel (optional)
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PowerControl
bulk
low battery
absorption
temperature
float
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mains on
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inverter on
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charger only
on
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off
Note: When the LED’s “overload” and “low battery” are on simultaneously, the Multi(Plus) or
Inverter Compact has switched off due to excessive DC ripple voltage.
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3 INSTALLATION
This product should be installed by a qualified electrician.
Phoenix Multi Compact, MultiPlus Compact, or Inverter Compact
User manual/ Installation manual.
Bag containing connection items, i.e.:
Mounting plate
Screws (5)
Temperature sensor.
Charging current warning sticker.
3.2 Location
The product must be installed in a dry and well-ventilated area, as close as possible to the
batteries. There should be a clear space of at least 10 cm around the appliance for cooling.
Excessively high ambient temperature will result in the following:
Reduced service life.
Reduced charging current.
Reduced peak capacity, or shutdown of the inverter.
Never mount the appliance directly above the batteries.
The product is suitable for wall mounting. For mounting see Anhang A.
The appliance can be mounted horizontally as well as vertically; vertical mounting is
preferable. The vertical position offers optimum cooling.
The interior of the product must remain accessible after installation.
Ensure that the AC and DC input cables are fitted with fuses and circuit breakers. Try and
keep the distance between the product and the battery to a minimum in order to minimize
cable voltage losses.
For safety purposes, this product should be installed in a heat-resistant
environment if it is used with equipment where a substantial amount of power is
to be converted. You should prevent the presence of e.g. chemicals, synthetic
components, curtains or other textiles, etc., in the immediate vicinity.
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Philips screwdriver (PH2) for removing the front.
Flat screwdriver (0.6x3.5) for connecting the AC leads.
Three-wire cable.
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3.4 Connection of Battery cables
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In order to fully utilize the full capacity of the product, batteries with sufficient capacity and
battery cables with sufficient cross section should be used. See table.
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Recommended
battery capacity (Ah)
100 – 400
24/2000
200 – 500
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Recommended
2
cross section (mm )
Æ 6m
12/2000
350 – 1000
Remark: Internal resistance is the important factor when working with low capacity batteries.
Please consult your supplier or the relevant sections of our book “electricity on board”,
downloadable from our website.
Procedure
Proceed as follows to connect the battery cables:
Use an insulated box spanner in order to avoid shorting the battery.
Avoid shorting the battery cables.
Connect the battery cables: the + (red) on the left and the - (black) on the right, to the battery
see Anhang A.
Reverse polarity connection (+ to – and – to +) will cause damage to the Phoenix Multi
Compact.(Safety fuse inside the Multi Compact can be damaged)
Secure the nuts tightly in order to reduce the contact resistance as much as possible.
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3.5 Connection of the AC cabling
This is a Safety Class I product (supplied with a protective grounding terminal).
Uninterruptible protective grounding must be provided at the AC input
and/or output terminals and/or chassis grounding point located externally
on the product. See the following instructions:
a) The Phoenix Inverter Compact has a free floating AC output. The grounding
point located externally on the product must be used to ground the chassis.
The neutral output wire must be connected to ground to ensure proper
functioning of a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter).
b) Phoenix Multi / MultiPlus Compact : the output neutral wire will
automatically be bonded to the chassis (with the output ground relay, see
appendix 2) when no external AC source is available (backfeed / safety relay
open and product running in inverter mode, see appendix 2). When an external
AC source is provided, the ground relay opens before closure of the backfeed /
safety relay. Once closed, the backfeed / safety relay ensures that the neutral to
ground bond is provided by the external AC source. This is to ensure proper
functioning of a GFCI to be installed in the AC output of the Multi/MultiPlus.
- In a fixed (for example terrestrial) installation an uninterrupted chassis ground
may be provided by the AC input ground wire.
- In case of a mobile installation (connection to input AC with a shore power
cord), the ground connection is lost when the shore power cord is unplugged. In
this case the chassis of the product or the on - board section of the input ground
wire must be connected to the frame (of the vehicle) or the ground plate or hull
(of a boat).
- Marine applications: due to the potential for galvanic corrosion it is in general
not acceptable to connect the shore side ground to the ground plate or hull of
the boat. The proper and safe solution is to install an isolation transformer.
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The mains -input & output terminal connector can be found on the bottom of the Multi
Compact, see appendix 1. The shore or mains cable must be connected to the connector with
a three-wire cable. Use a three-wire cable with a flexible core and a cross section of 2.5 mm².
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Procedure
Proceed as follows to connect the AC cables:
The AC input cable can be connected directly to the CAGE CLAMP® Wago connector.
The terminal points are indicated clearly. From left to right: “L1” (phase), “N” (neutral) and
earth.
The AC output cable can be connected directly to the CAGE CLAMP® Wago connector.
The terminal points are indicated clearly. From left to right: earth ,“L1” (phase), and “N”
(neutral).
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A number of optional connections are possible:
Undo the four screws at the front of the enclosure and remove the front panel.
3.6.1 Second Battery
The Phoenix Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact has a connection (+) for charging a starter
battery. For connection see appendix 1
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3.6.2 Temperature Sensor (Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact)
The temperature sensor supplied with the product may be used for temperaturecompensated charging. The sensor is insulated and must be mounted on the batteries minus
pole. Default output voltages for Float and Absorption are at 25°C. In adjust mode
temperature compensation is disabled.
15.0
14.5
14.0
13.5
13.0
Volts 12.5
12.0
11.5
11.0
10.5
10.0
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
0
5
10 15 20 25
30 35 40 45
Volts
50 55 60
Battery temperature
3.6.3 Remote Control panel & remote on/off switch
The product can be operated remotely in two ways.
Use of only an external switch.
With the aid of a remote control panel.
Observe the following when using only an external switch:
Only functions if the switch on the product is switched to the "on" position.
Not to be connected if a remote control is connected.
Observe the following when using a remote control:
Only functions if the switch on the product is switched to the "on" position.
3.6.4 External Alarm Relay and Virtual Switch
An open collector output is available to connect a relay that can be used for remote alarm and
other purposes (a. o. generator start signal).The maximum voltage/current that can be
switched (open collector transistor): 66V 40mA.
The open collector output can be programmed with VEConfigure.
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Settings may only be changed by a qualified engineer
Carefully read the instructions before changes are made.
Batteries should be placed in a dry and well-ventilated area during charging.
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4.1 Default Settings
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Inverter Voltage
230 Vac
Charger on/ off
on
Charge curve
Adaptive charging, gel cell
Charging Current
75% of maximum charging current
Absorption Voltage
14.4V / 28.8V / 57.6 Vdc
Absorption Time/ Maximum Absorption Time
4 hours
Float Voltage
13.8V / 27.6V / 55.2 Vdc
Repeated Absorption Time
1 hour
Repeated Absorption Interval
7 days
Bulk Protection
on
AC Waveform Check
on
PowerAssist (MultiPlus only)
on
Generator/ Shore Current
12A
System frequency
- Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact = Automatic
- Inverter Compact = 50 Hz
AES (automatic economy switch)
off
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4.2 Settings which can be changed with the dipswitches
Type
Battery Type
1
Sonnenschein
(default) Dryfit A200 Gel
2
Traction
(tubular cell)
3
Semi Traction 1
(flat plate)
4
Low antimony 1
1
Absorption voltage
Float voltage
14.4 V 28.8 V 57.6V
13.8 V/
13.2V
13.8 V/
13.2V
14.0 V/
13.2V
14.0 V/
13.2V
15.0 V 30.0 V 60.0V
14.4 V 28.8 V 57.6V
14.8 V 29.6 V 59.2V
27.6 V/
26.4V
27.6 V/
26.4V
28.0 V/
26.4V
28.0 V/
26.4V
Maximum
absorption
time
55.2V
52.8V
55.4V
52.8V
56V
52.8V
56V
52.8V
4 hours
6 hours
5 hours
5 hours
The optimal absorption voltage for flat plate lead acid batteries is subject to mechanical and chemical
properties. Batteries with high antimony content can typically be charged with a lower absorption voltage
than batteries with low antimony content. (Please refer to our book “Electricity on Board” downloadable
from our website www. victronenergy.com for details and suggestions about charging batteries). Contact
your battery supplier for the correct charge voltages and change (with VE-configure) the voltage settings if
required. The default charge current setting is 75% of the maximum charge current. This current will be too
high for most applications. For most battery Types the optimal charge current is 0.1-0.2x the battery
capacity.
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Using the dipswitches
Set-up
off
DS1=off
off
←
on
See note
DS-1 not used and must be switched to Off.
Note about DS-2: DS-2 should be switched “on” (default setting) when no remote panel or
remote on-off switch is used. activate the setting switches DS-3 to DS-8.
DS-2 should also be switched off to use a remote control panel or remote on-off switch.
Battery charge Type
off
off
off
DS3=off,DS4=off
DS3=on,DS4=off
DS3=off,DS4=on
DS3=on,DS4=on
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on
=
=
=
=
Type 1 (gel)
Type 2
Type 3
Type 4
off
x
x
on
x
x
„
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Store the settings (DS3-DS4) by changing the DS8
switch position off to on, and then back to off
Inverter frequency
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
Store the settings (DS5) by changing the DS8 switch
position off to on, and then back to off
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= 50Hz
= 60Hz
on
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DS5=off
DS5=on
off
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off
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Economy
DS6=off
DS6=on
off
on
off
= normal
= economy
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off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
Store the settings (DS6) by changing the DS8 switch
position off to on, and then back to off
AC input current limit
off
on
off
= AC limit 30 Amp
= AC limit 6 Amp
off
on
x
„
x
ƒ
Store the settings (DS7) by changing the DS8 switch
position off to on, and then back to off
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4.3 The adaptive charge curve
C h a rg e c u rre n t
120%
100%
80%
Am ps
V o l ts
C h a rg e v o lta g e
64 32
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Battery Safe
mode
64 32
60 30
15
60 30
56 28
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20 x Bulk-hours or
Max. Absorption time
56 28
52 26
13
52 26
48 24
12
44 22
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40 20
Bulk hours
4-stage charging:
Absorption
1 day
float
7 days reduced
float
7 days
reduced
1 hour Repeated Absorption
Bulk-mode: Entered when charger is started. Constant current is applied until the gassing voltage is reached (14.4V resp. 28.8V,
temperature compensated).
Battery Safe Mode: If, in order to quickly charge a battery, a high charge current in combination with a high absorption voltage
has been chosen, the Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact will prevent damage due to excessive gassing by automatically limiting
the rate of voltage increase once the gassing voltage has been reached.
The Battery Safe Mode is part of the calculated absorption time.
Absorption-mode: A constant voltage period to fully charge the battery. The absorption time is equal to 20x bulk time or the set
maximum absorption time, whichever comes first.
Float-mode: Float voltage is applied to keep the battery fully charged and to protect it against self-discharge.
Reduced Float: After one day of Float charge a reduced Float charge is applied. This is 13,2V resp. 26,4V (for 12V and 24V
charger). This will limit water loss to a minimum when the battery is stored for the winter season.
After an adjustable time (default = 7 days) the charger will enter Repeated Absorption-mode for an adjustable time (default =
1 hour).
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4.4 Setting the Charger (Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact only)
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4.4.1 Preprogrammed charge curves (can be changed with VEConfigure only).
Please refer to our book “Electricity on Board” downloadable from our website
www.victronenergy.com for details and suggestions about charging batteries.
The Phoenix Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact has 3 pre-programmed charge curves:
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Fixed, 3 state charge curve
The absorption period is a fixed preset period. Following the absorption mode, the charger
switches to float. In order to “refresh” the battery, the charger periodically switches back to
absorption.
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Adaptive charge curve
The absorption period depends on the length of the bulk charge period (see par. 4.3). This is
followed by a float phase lasting 24 hours, after which the voltage is reduced by an additional
0,8 V resp. 1,6 V for 12 V resp. 24 V batteries (reduced float). As with the Fixed-charge
curve, the charger will periodically switch back to absorption.
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Adaptive charge curve with BatterySafe mode (default setting)
If, in order to quickly charge a battery, a high charge current in combination with a high
absorption voltage has been chosen, the Phoenix charger will prevent damage due to
excessive gassing by automatically limiting the rate of voltage increase once the gassing
voltage has been reached.
4.4.2 Other settings
Absorption time (default: 4 hours)
The Absorption setting defines the fixed absorption period in the case of the fixed charge
curve, and the maximum absorption time in the case of the adaptive charge curve.
The (maximum) absorption time can be set from 1 to 8 hours.
Float Voltage (default: 14.4V / 28.8V)
The float voltage can be set from 12V to16V, respectively from 24V to 32V, in 0.05V
increments.
Repeated Absorption
When in float, the charger will periodically switch back to Absorption to “refresh” the battery.
Repeated Absorption Time (default: 1 hour)
The repeated absorption time can be set from 1 to 72 quarters of an hour.
Repeated Absorption Interval (default: 7 days)
The repeated absorption interval can be set from 1 to 45 days.
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4.5 Special Settings (can be changed with VEConfigure only)
Bulk Protection On / Off (default: on)
If the charger has not reached the absorption voltage after 10 hours' charging in the bulk
phase, the battery may be defective. In order to prevent further damage, the charger will
automatically cut out after 10 hours' bulk. The “bulk” LED will start to flash (Phoenix Inverter
Control).
AC Waveform Check (default: on)
The Phoenix Multi Compact checks if the mains voltage has not only the correct voltage, but
also the correct shape. When the Phoenix Multi Compact does not function properly on
a generator this function can be disabled.
Note: Additionally, by disabling AC waveform check the AC low disconnect is ignored when
the load current is higher than 1.5 times the AC input current limit. This to prevent
unnecessary switching to inverter due to a voltage drop when a high load is connected.
PowerControl – Dealing with limited generator or shore side power
The Multi Compact is a very powerful battery charger. It will therefore draw a lot of current
from the generator or shore side supply. With the Phoenix Multi Control Panel (PMV) a
maximum generator or shore current can be set. The Multi Compact will then take account of
other AC loads and use whatever is extra for charging, thus preventing the generator or shore
supply from being overloaded. It is also possible to set the max. generator/ shore current
internally. The generator/shore current limit can be set at from 2 to 30A.
The remote control panel setting overrides the internal setting.
PowerAssist – Boosting the capacity of shore or generator power (MultiPlus only,
default: on)
The feature that distinguishes the Phoenix MultiPlus Compact from the standard Multi
Compact is PowerAssist. This feature takes the principle of PowerControl to a further
dimension allowing the MultiPlus Compact to supplement the capacity of the alternative
source. Where peak power is so often required only for a limited period, it is possible to
reduce the size of generator needed or conversely enable more to be achieved from the
typically limited shore connection. When the load reduces, the spare power is used to
recharge the battery.
Note 1: Minimum shore current 2 A or generator capacity equal to the Multi rating required for
proper operation of PowerAssist.
Note 2: Some modern AC generators use a static inverter to generate the AC output. Some
of these generators also reduce rpm when operating with reduced load. By enabling the
Dynamic Current Limit function (VEConfigure) the MultiPlus Compact can be used to assist
the generator when suddenly a high load is connected.
External Alarm Relay and Virtual Switch (default: disabled)
An open collector output is available to connect a relay that can be used for remote alarm and
other purposes (a. o. generator start signal).The maximum voltage/current that can be
switched (open collector transistor): 66V 40mA.
The open collector output can be programmed with VEConfigure.
4.6 Maintenance
The Phoenix Multi Compact does not require specific maintenance. Annual checking of all
connections and eventually removal of dust suffices. Protect the product from humidity and oil
fumes and keep it clean.
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5 TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE
GB
Proceed as follows for quick detection of common faults.
DC loads must be disconnected from the batteries and the AC loads must be disconnected
from the inverter before the inverter and/ or battery charger is tested.
NL
Consult your Victron Energy dealer if the fault cannot be resolved.
Processor in no function-mode.
The alarm LED
flashes.
The alarm LED
flashes
Pre-alarm alt. 1. The DC input
voltage is low.
Pre-alarm alt. 2. The ambient
temperature is too high.
The alarm LED
flashes.
Pre-alarm alt. 3. The load on the
inverter is higher than the
nominal load.
Pre-alarm alt. 4. Voltage ripple
on the DC input exceeds
1.25Vrms.
Disconnect mains voltage.
Switch Front switch off, wait 4
seconds
Switch front switch on.
Charge the battery or check the
battery connections.
Place the inverter in a cool and
well-ventilated room, or reduce
the load.
Reduce the load.
The alarm LED
flashes.
The alarm LED
flashes
intermittantly.
Pre-alarm alt. 5. Low battery
voltage and excessive load.
The alarm LED is
on
The inverter did cut out following
a pre-alarm.
Appendix
Solution
Ensure that the battery voltage
is within the correct value.
D
Cause
The battery voltage is too high
or too low.
F
Problem
The inverter fails
to operate when
switched on.
The inverter fails
to operate
Check the battery cables and
terminals.
Check the battery capacity;
increase if necessary.
Charge the batteries, reduce
the load or install batteries with
a higher capacity. Use shorter
and/or thicker battery cables.
Check the table for the
appropriate course of action.
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Problem
The charger is not
functioning
Cause
Solution
The AC input voltage or frequency Ensure that the input voltage is
is out of range.
between 185 Vac and 265 Vac,
and that the frequency matches
the setting.
The thermal circuit breaker has
tripped.
The battery is not
Incorrect charging current.
being charged fully.
The battery is
overcharged.
A defective battery connection.
Set the charging current at
between 0.1 and 0.2x battery
capacity.
Check the battery terminals.
The absorption voltage has been
set to an incorrect value.
Adjust the absorption voltage to
the correct value.
The float voltage has been set to
an incorrect value.
Adjust the float voltage to the
correct value.
The internal DC fuse is defective.
Inverter is damaged.
The absorption voltage has been
set to an incorrect value.
The float voltage has been set to
an incorrect value.
A defective battery.
Adjust the absorption voltage to
the correct value.
Adjust the float voltage to the
correct value.
Replace the battery.
The battery is too small.
Reduce the charging current or
use a battery with a higher
capacity.
Connect a temperature sensor.
The battery is too hot.
Battery charge
Alt. 1: Battery overtemperature
(> 50°C)
current drops to 0
when the absorption
voltage is reached
Alt 2: Battery temperature sensor
faulty
22
Reset the 30
A thermal circuit breaker.
- Allow battery to cool down
- Place battery in a cool
environment
- Check for shorted cells
Unplug battery temperature
sensor from the Multi.
Reset the Multi by switching it off,
then wait for 4 seconds and
switch it on again
If the Multi now charges normally,
the battery temperature sensor is
faulty and needs to be replaced
6 TECHNICAL DATA
GB
Automotive
transformer
Electronics & Power stage
Battery (if sensor connected)
0 - 95%
Electromagnetic compliance
EMC 89/336 EEC
EN 55014 (1993) en EN50081-1
EN61000-3-2
EN61000-3-3
Appendix
Immunity
Safety
D
Emission
-20 – +50 °C
-25 – +60 °C
Output short circuit
Overload
Battery voltage too high
Battery voltage too low
230V mains on inverter output
DC Input voltage ripple too high
Temperature too high
F
Humidity
EMC
Forced cooling (internal)
NL
Ventilation
Temperature limits
- operation
- storage
Protection
EN 55104 (1995)
Low voltage-norm:
73/23/EEG en 93/68/EEG
EN60335-1 en EN60335-2-29
95/54/EC
23
6.2 Inverter
12/2000
/ 80
12/2000
Input voltage
range (Vdc)
Start voltage
(Vdc)
Input low switch off
voltage (Vdc)
Input high switch
off voltage (Vdc)
Voltage ripple
(Vrms)
Input current
nominal (A)
Input current
maximum (A)
Zero-load power
(W)
Economy
Input safety fuse
Output (Vac)
Output Voltage
Range (Vac)
Frequency (Hz)
Output Voltage
THD
Power factor
Economy DS6=on
load < +/- 25W
Non linear load,
crest factor 2:1
(VA) 25ºC)
Nominal power
(W) (cos ϕ = 1,0;
25ºC)
Nominal power
(W) (cos ϕ = 1,0;
40ºC)
Inrush-power (W)
Switch-on
behavior
efficiency Pnom
efficiency
½ Pnom
Short circuit output
current
24
24/2000
/ 50
24/2000
9,5 -16,1
19,0 - 32,2
10,9
21,8
9,0
18,0
16,1
32,2
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
38,0 - 64,4
43,6
56
64,4
1,25Vrms
165
120
45
300
270
55
9
13
16
6
300
10
300
230 ± 1%
185–245
13
150
50/60 ±0,01% (crystal )
Pure sinewave
Max. 5%
All loads
145VAC top=300V
special adapted for SL- PL- and tube lamps (nominal brightness) and clocks
2000
2000
2000
1600
1600
1600
1450
1450
1450
2500
3200
Nominal Output voltage within 20mS
3000
83%
88%
85%
87%
85%
88%
16
16
16
6.3 Charger
48/2000
/ 25
NL
45 – 55 of 55 – 65
Mains input voltage is 230 Vac (AC no load on output)
6,3A
7,8A
7,7
30A
30A
30A
79%
81%
13,80
27,60
55,2
8 – 16
11 - 32
22 - 64
D
14,40
80%
1,0
28,80
F
57,6
Appendix
Input voltage (Vac)
Switch off limits
(Vac)
Frequency (Hz)
Maximum input
current (A)
Input fuse (TCB) 250
Vac
efficiency
Cos ϕ / power factor
Absorption charge
voltage default (Vdc)
Float charge voltage
default (Vdc)
Output charge
voltage (Vdc)
Min./max.
Charge characteristic
Nominal start
battery-current (A)
Maximum DC
voltage ripple (Vrms)
Battery leakage
current inverter is
switched off (mA)
24/2000
/ 50
200–250
GB
12/2000
/ 80
4-stage adaptive
4
Max. 1,25
≤ 1mA
25
6.4 AC input switch
Maximum AC switch power
(protected by 30 A Thermal Circuit Breaker)
Switch-over time inverter to AC input
Switch-over time AC input to inverter (U batt >10,5 V)
Detection time AC input fault
Trip level mains to inverter
Trip level inverter to mains
Min. - Max. frequency range (50 Hz / 60 Hz)
1
Inverter runs parallel with the AC input.
6900 W
0 ms 1
0 ms 1
4 ms to 20 ms
180 VAC
187 VAC
45 – 55 Hz or 55 – 65 Hz
6.5 Mechanical
Cabinet
color
Dimensions
(H x W x D)
weight (kg)
AC in/out
Connection
Start battery
connection:
External
connection:
sensing,
remote switch
Serial interface
(UTP
connector)
26
12/2000
24/2000
/ 80
/ 50
12/2000
24/2000
aluminum, protecting class IP21
Blue RAL 5012
520 mm x 255 mm x 125mm (See Anhang A)
12
12
WAGO CAGE CLAMP® connector
Fast-on terminal on printed board
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
12
6 mm² , AWG 10
Remote switch (connector for 3 wire Ø 1mm2)
Battery temperature sensor (connector for 2 wire Ø 1mm2)
Alarm: transistor, open collector 66 40mA
(connector for 2 wire Ø 0,5 mm2)
For Phoenix Remote Control
For Mk.1 with VEConfigure software
GB
NL
F
D
1
Appendix
Installatie
2
1.2 Acculader (alleen Multi Compact / MultiPlus Compact)
NL
F
GB
D
Appendix
3
1.3 Overzicht artikelnummers accessoires
Phoenix Multi control
Phoenix Inverter control
Temperatuursensor
UTP Patch lead 5 m
UTP Patch lead 10 m
UTP Patch lead 15 m
PC interface MK1.b
USB adapter
VEConfigure software
ASS0301B0000
ASS030200000
Can be downloaded from our website
4
2.1 On/off/charger only schakelaar
5
Appendix
D
2.2 Afstandsbediening
F
NL
6
2.4 LED aanduidingen
GB
LED uit
LED knippert
LED brandt
NL
Omvormer
inverter
alarm
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
Appendix
charger
off
D
on
F
charger
7
Acculader
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
8
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
Phoenix Remote Control indicatie (optioneel)
GB
PowerControl
bulk
low battery
absorption
temperature
float
F
mains on
NL
inverter on
charger only
on
D
off
Appendix
9
Formatted
Numbering
Formatted
Numbering
Formatted
Numbering
10
Formatted
Numbering
3.3 Benodigdheden
GB
24/2000
12/2000
35
50
70
24/2000
12/2000
D
48/2000
F
NL
3.4 Aansluiten accukabels
Formatted
Numbering
48/2000
Aanbevolen
accucapaciteit (Ah)
100 – 400
200 – 500
Appendix
Aanbevolen
2
kabeldikte (mm )
Æ 6m
350 – 1000
Formatted
Numbering
Formatted
Numbering
11
3.5 Aansluiten AC kabels
12
GB
NL
F
Formatted
Numbering
D
Appendix
13
3.6.2 Temperatuursensor (Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact)
30
29
28
27
26
25 Volts
24
23
22
21
20
15.0
14.5
14.0
13.5
13.0
Volts 12.5
12.0
11.5
11.0
10.5
10.0
0
5
10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60
Battery temperature
3.6.3 Afstandsbediening
14
Formatted
Numbering
Formatted
Numbering
Formatted
Numbering
F
Omvormer spanning
230 Vac
Lader aan of uit
aan = on
Laadcurve
Adaptive charging, gel accu’s
Laadstroom
75% van de nominale laadstroom
Absorption spanning
14.4V / 28.8V / 57.6 Vdc
Absorption Tijd/ Maximale Absorption tijd
4 uur
Float spanning
13.8V / 27.6V / 55.2 Vdc
Repeated Absorption Tijd
1 uur
Repeated Absorption Interval
7 dagen
Bulk Beveiliging
on
AC Waveform Check
on
PowerAssist (alleen MultiPlus)
on
Generator/ Shore Current
12A
Systeem frequentie
- Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact = automatisch
- Inverter Compact = 50 Hz
AES (Automatic Economy Switch)
off
D
Appendix
Type
Accu Type
Absorption spanning
Float spanning
Maximum
absorption
tijd
14.4 V
28.8 V
57.6V
13.8 V/
13.2V
27.6 V/
26.4V
55.2V
52.8V
4 uur
15.0 V
30.0 V
60.0V
28.8 V
57.6V
14.8 V
29.6 V
59.2V
27.6 V/
26.4V
28.0 V/
26.4V
28.0 V/
26.4V
55.4V
52.8V
56V
52.8V
56V
52.8V
6 uur
14.4 V
13.8 V/
13.2V
14.0 V/
13.2V
14.0 V/
13.2V
5 uur
5 uur
15
off
DS1=off
off
←
on
Accu laad curve
off
off
off
DS3=off,DS4=off
DS3=on,DS4=off
DS3=off,DS4=on
DS3=on,DS4=on
16
on
=
=
=
=
Typ 1 (gel)
Typ 2
Typ 3
Typ 4
off
x
x
on
x
x
„
ƒ
Omvormer frequentie
on
off
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
F
D
= 50Hz
= 60Hz
NL
DS5=off
DS5=on
off
GB
off
on
off
= normaal
= economy
Appendix
AES (Automatic Economy Switch)
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
Opslaan: druk schakelaar DS-8 naar on en weer terug
naar off.De instelling van DS6 is nu actief.
Generator/ Walstroom
off
on
off
= MainsLimit 30 Amp
= MainsLimit 6 Amp
off
on
x
„
x
ƒ
17
4.3 De “adaptive charging” laad curve
C h a rg e c u rre n t
120%
100%
80%
Am ps
V o l ts
C h a rg e v o lta g e
64 32
16
Battery Safe
mode
64 32
60 30
15
60 30
56 28
14
20 x Bulk-uren of
Max. Absorption time
56 28
52 26
13
52 26
48 24
12
44 22
11
40 20
Bulk uren
Absorptie
1 dag
float
7 dagen
reduced float
4-laad karakteristieken:
7 dagen
reduced
1 uur Repeated Absorption
18
GB
NL
19
Appendix
D
F
20
GB
NL
F
D
Appendix
21
De LED “alarm”
knippert.
De LED “alarm”
knippert.
De LED “alarm”
knippert.
De LED “alarm”
knippert.
De LED “lalarm”
brandt.
22
Regel de absorptionspanning af
op een goede waarde.
Appendix
D
F
NL
Oplossing
Zorg dat de netspanning
tussen 185 VAC en 265 VAC
komt te liggen en dat de
frequentie overeenkomt met de
instelling.
GB
23
24
6.2 Omvormer
9,5 -16,1
19,0 - 32,2
10,9
21,8
9,0
18,0
16,1
32,2
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
38,0 - 64,4
NL
24/2000
/ 50
24/2000
GB
43,6
56
F
64,4
D
Max. 1,25Vrms
165
120
45
300
270
55
9
13
16
6
300
10
300
13
150
Appendix
12/2000
/ 80
12/2000
1600
1600
1600
1450
1450
1450
2500
3200
3000
16
16
25
6.3 Accu lader
12/2000
/ 80
Ingangsspanning
(Vac)
Afschakel spanning
(Vac)
Frequentie(Hz)
Maximale
ingangstroom (A)
Ingangs-zekering
(TCB) 250 Vac
Rendement
Cos ϕ / power factor
Absorption
Laadspanning
default (Vdc)
Float laadspanning
default (Vdc)
Uitgang
oplaadspanning
(Vdc)
Min./max.
Laad karakteristiek
Nominale startaccustroom (A)
Toegestane accurimpel (Vrms)
Acculekstroom,
wanneer de Multi
Compact is
uitgeschakeld (mA)
26
24/2000
/ 50
48/2000
/ 25
6,3A
30A
79%
7,7
30A
14,40
80%
1,0
28,80
57,6
13,80
27,60
55,2
8 – 16
11 - 32
22 - 64
81%
GB
NL
F
AC in/out
aansluiting
Startbatterij
aansluiting:
Externe
connection:
sensing,
remote switch
Seriële
interface
12
3 * 2 Wago CAGE CLAMP® connector
2,5 mm2 Fast-on aansluiting op printplaat
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
Appendix
D
12
6 mm² ,AWG 10
Remote switch (connector voor 3 draden Ø 1mm2)
Batterij temperatuur sensor (connector for 2 wire Ø 1mm2)
Alarm: transistor, open collector 33V 40mA
2
(connector voor 2 draden Ø 0,5 mm )
Voor Phoenix Remote Control
Voor MK met VE-configure software
27
28
NL
F
D
1
Appendix
Installation
2
GB
NL
F
D
3
Appendix
Tableau Phoenix Multi control
Tableau Phoenix Inverter control
Sonde de température TI
Cordon UTP Patch lead 5 m
Cordon UTP Patch lead 10 m
Cordon UTP Patch lead 15 m
Interface pour PC MK1.b
Adaptateur USB
4
2.1 Commutateur On/Off/charger only
NL
5
Appendix
D
F
6
GB
NL
inverter
alarm
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
Appendix
charger
off
D
on
F
charger
charger only
on
off
charger only
7
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
8
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
GB
PowerControl
bulk
low battery
absorption
temperature
float
F
mains on
NL
inverter on
charger only
on
D
off
Appendix
Note: When the LED’s “overload” and “low battery” are on simultaneously, the Multi(Plus) or
Inverter Compact has switched off due to excessive DC ripple voltage.
9
10
GB
•
•
•
NL
48/2000
24/2000
12/2000
35
50
70
48/2000
24/2000
12/2000
100 –400
350 – 500
350 – 1000
F
Appendix
D
Modèle
11
12
NL
F
GB
D
Appendix
Input
wire
Strip length: 5 a 6 mm or 0,22
in
13
15.0
14.5
14.0
13.5
13.0
Volts 12.5
12.0
11.5
11.0
10.5
10.0
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
0
5
10 15 20 25
30 35 40 45
Volts
50 55 60
Battery temperature
14
NL
•
•
•
F
D
Appendix
Type de batterie
Tension système
1
Sonnenschein
(usine) Dryfit A200 Gel
2
Traction
Tension Absorption
(Vdc)
12
24
48
14.4 28.8 57.6
15.0
30.0
60.0
14.4
28.8
57.6
14.8
29.6
59.2
3
1
Semi Traction
4
15
off
DS1 = off
off
←
on
off
off
off
DS3=off,DS4=off
DS3=on,DS4=off
DS3=off,DS4=on
DS3=on,DS4=on
16
on
=
=
=
=
Typ 1 (gel)
Typ 2
Typ 3
Typ 4
off
x
x
on
x
x
„
ƒ
on
off
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
F
D
= 50Hz
= 60Hz
NL
DS5=off
DS5=on
off
GB
AES (automatic Economy Switch) (DS6)
DS6=off
DS6=on
off
on
off
Appendix
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
off
on
off
= Limite 30 Amp
= Limite 6 Amp
off
on
x
„
x
ƒ
17
C h a rg e c u rre n t
120%
100%
80%
Am ps
V o l ts
C h a rg e v o lta g e
64 32
16
60 30
15
56 28
14
52 26
13
48 24
12
44 22
11
40 20
10
Mode
Battery Safe
Absorption
18
GB
F
NL
D
19
Appendix
20
NL
La LED “Alarm"
clignote.
La LED “Alarm"
clignote.
ère
ème
La LED “Alarm"
clignote.
Appendix
La LED “Alarm"
clignote.
D
F
GB
21
22
Directive automobile
Appendix
D
Emission
F
NL
23
24
12/2000
/ 80
12/2000
24/2000
/ 50
24/2000
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
9,5 -16,1
19,0 - 32,2
38,0 - 64,4
10,9
21,8
43,6
9,0
18,0
56
16,1
32,2
64,4
1,25Vrms maxi
165
120
45
300
270
55
9
13
16
6
300
10
250
13
150
2000
2000
1600
1600
1600
1450
1450
1450
2500
3200
3000
85%
85%
86%
87%
88%
16
16
16
200–250
NL
7,8A
F
7,7
30A
30A
30A
79%
80%
81%
D
1,0
14,40
28,80
57,6
13,80
27,60
55,2
8 – 16
11 - 32
22 - 64
Appendix
24/2000
/ 50
GB
12/2000
/ 80
25
26
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
12
2 x 3 fiches Wago CAGE CLAMP®
12
6 mm² ,AWG 10
GB
NL
F
D
Appendix
27
NL
F
D
1
Appendix
2
NL
F
D
Appendix
3
4
F
PC Interface MK1.b
USB Adapter
VEConfigure Software
NL
GB
D
Appendix
5
GB
F
D
NL
Appendix
7
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
8
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
charger
charger
charger
alarm
inverter
charger
alarm
off
charger only
on
off
charger only
on
off
Appendix
on
D
alarm
charger only
F
off
NL
alarm
on
GB
charger only
9
Fernbedienung Phoenix Multi Control (optional)
mains on
bulk
low battery
absorption
temperature
float
on
charger only
off
Note: When the LED’s “overload” and “low battery” are on simultaneously, the Multi(Plus) or
Inverter Compact has switched off due to excessive DC ripple voltage.
10
3 MONTAGE
GB
NL
Appendix
D
F
35
24/2000
50
12/2000
70
48/2000
24/2000
100 – 400
200 – 500
12/2000
350 –1000
12
Formatted
Numbering
b)
F
NL
a)
GB
Appendix
13
D
.
14
3.6.2 Temperaturfühler (Multi Compact/ MultiPlus Compact)
GB
NL
F
0
5
10 15 20 25
30 35 40 45
Volts
Appendix
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
D
15.0
14.5
14.0
13.5
13.0
Volts 12.5
12.0
11.5
11.0
10.5
10.0
50 55 60
Battery temperature
Typ
Batterietyp
Gasungsspannung
14.4 V
28.8
V
57.6
V
15.0 V
30.0
V
60.0
V
14.4 V
28.8
V
57.6
V
14.8 V
29.6
V
59.2
V
13.8
V/
13.2V
13.8
V/
13.2V
14.0
V/
13.2V
14.0
V/
13.2V
27.6 V/
26.4V
55.2V
52.8V
27.6 V/
26.4V
55.4V
52.8V
28.0 V/
26.4V
56V
52.8V
28.0 V/
26.4V
56V
52.8V
16
GB
on
D
DS1 = off
off
←
F
off
NL
Appendix
off
on
off
off
DS3=off,DS4=off
DS3=on,DS4=off
DS3=off,DS4=on
DS3=on,DS4=on
=
=
=
=
Typ 1 (Gel)
Typ 2
Typ 3
Typ 4
off
x
x
on
x
x
„
ƒ
17
Inverterfrequenz
off
on
off
= 50Hz
= 60Hz
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
Economy- (Spar)-Betrieb
off
on
off
= normal
= economy
off
on
x
x
„
ƒ
18
off
on
off
= max. 30 A
= max. 6 A
off
on
x
„
x
ƒ
GB
4.3 Die adaptive Ladekurve
NL
F
C h a rg e c u rre n t
120%
D
100%
80%
Am ps
60%
40%
Appendix
V o l ts
C h a rg e v o lta g e
64 32
16
64 32
60 30
15
60 30
56 28
14
56 28
52 26
13
52 26
48 24
12
44 22
11
40 20
Konstantstrom-
4-Phasen- Ladung:
Konstant-
7 Tage
reduzierte
Ladeeerhaltung
19
20
NL
F
GB
D
21
Appendix
4.6 Wartung
22
F
Appendix
D
23
24
Appendix
D
F
NL
GB
25
26
21,8
43,6
9,0
18,0
56
16,1
32,2
64,4
Max. 1,25V effektiv
165
120
45
300
270
55
9
6
300
13
10
250
16
13
150
Appendix
10,9
D
19,0 - 32,2
F
9,5 -16,1
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
38,0 - 64,4
NL
Klirrfaktor
24/2000
/ 50
24/2000
GB
12/2000
/ 80
12/2000
1600
1600
1450
1450
1450
2500
3200
3000
87%
88%
16
16
16
27
28
24/2000
/ 50
48/2000
/ 25
81%
14,40
80%
1,0
28,80
13,80
27,60
55,2
8 – 16
11 - 32
22 - 64
57,6
GB
0 ms 1
0 ms 1
NL
ms to 20ms
180 V ∼
187 V ∼
45 – 55Hz of 55 – 65Hz
F
1
12
48/2000
/ 25
48/2000
Appendix
D
12
29
30
APPENDIX 1a
Overview connections
GB
NL
B
A
F
AC input
Circuit breaker
Dipswitch
D
Appendix
D
F
K
G
Main Battery
Auxiliary Battery
Main Battery
+
-
+
Temperature sensor
1 = RED
sensor +
2 = BLACK sensor -
(Fast-on terminal)
E
Alarm contact
Open collector
driver
C
Comm. Port
- UTP
- VE Configure
1 = collector
1 2
1 2
1 2 3
2 = GND
Max.power
150mA/66V
H
Remote switch
1 = Charger only
2 = Middle terminal (GND)
3 = ON
Battery +
Relay
coil
Battery -
1
APPENDIX 1b
Overview connections
F
J
Main Battery
Mains/Inverter
AC out
-
L N
G
I/J
Auxiliary Battery +
(Fast-on terminal)
PE in
PE out
K
I
Main Battery
Mains
AC in
+
L N
+
Main
Battery
+
Auxiliary
Battery
Temp. sensor
CAGE CLAMP® “open”
Wire
Input
i
Strip length: 5 ~ 6 mm or 0.22 inch
2
GB
NL
F
D
Appendix
3
4
APPENDIX 2: Installation information
F
D
Trenntrafo
B
C
D
Ingang
E
Uitgang
Sortie
F
Aardverbinding naar
behuizing
G
Veiligheidsrelais
(AC ingang)
H
Aardrelais
(sluit wanneer G opent)
I
Fusible DC
NL
A
GB
NL
F
D
Dubbelwerkende
omvormer
L
Appendix
J
5
255mm
125mm
520mm
95mm
6
GB
NL
F
D
Appendix
7
Serial number:
Distributor:
Victron Energy B.V.
The Netherlands
General phone:
Customer support desk:
General and Service fax:
Sales fax:
+31 (0)36 535 97 00
+31 (0)36 535 97 77
+31 (0)36 531 16 66
+31 (0)36 535 97 40
E-mail:
Internet site:
[email protected]
http://www.victronenergy.com
MAN001001000
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27-02-2007
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