Legacy Platinum SCR Single Phase Charger

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9.3.5 System Info

The fifth entry in the menu system, System Info, enables the user to view select information regarding the charger. Figure 9.3.5-1 lists the available parameters and their descriptions.

Parameter Description

Board SN Control board serial number

Input Phases Input phase

Phase Detect Phase detect number

Input Volts Charger factory input voltage wiring

Output Volts Charger maximum output voltage configuration

System SN Charger serial number

Num Profiles Number of battery profiles

Model

Ethernet

Mx AH Rt

Mx C Rt

Charger controller type

Ethernet option present (Y/N)

Charger maximum battery pack amp-hour configuration

Charger maximum output current configuration

Figure 9.3.5-1: System Info Parameters

The Up and Down buttons on the navigation pad can then be used to scroll through the System Info parameters. Pressing the Select button or the Right button on the navigation pad selects the current parameter. The Left button can be used to navigate back up the menu system.

9.3.6 Clock

The sixth entry in the menu system, Clock, enables the user to both view and set the real-time clock.

The first entry in the Clock menu, View Clock, displays the current day, date, and time of the real-time clock. The second entry in the Clock menu, Set Clock, enables the user to set the Day, Hour, Minute,

Date, Month, and Year settings of the real-time clock.

The Up and Down buttons on the navigation pad can be used to scroll through the real-time clock settings. Pressing the Select button or the Right button on the navigation pad selects the current setting. After selecting a setting, the Up and Down buttons on the navigation pad can be used to increment, decrement, or change the value. After selecting the desired value for a setting, pressing the

Select button on the navigation pad enters the current value and modifies the setting. The Left button on the navigation pad can be used to move back up the menu system without modifying the setting.

9.4 Fault Monitoring

The charger is constantly monitored for fault conditions. If a fault occurs, the charge in progress is terminated. The main 4-digit display alternates between showing the fault code and the characters “FLT”.

The LCD display also shows the fault code with a description. Figure 9.4-1 lists the fault codes and their descriptions.

Fault Code Description

Mx V Maximum voltage reached.

MxAH

Mn V

Maximum amp-hours reached.

Minimum voltage not reached.

EPRM

ERR

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Control board failure.

Maximum time reached for an individual charge cycle phase (bulk, etc) or the complete charge cycle.

The output current began to significantly increase during a constant voltage charge cycle phase.

Figure 9.4-1: Fault Codes

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