AEG Protect PV.500-MH PV.500-MH Manuel D’Utilisation

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Protect PV.500-MH 
Operating Instructions 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
AEG Power Solutions GmbH, Warstein-Belecke 
Department:  
PS AED 
Revision: 00 
Revision date: 
25.04.2012 / Schenuit 
Released: 
25.04.2012 / Aranda 
 
Document no. 
8000043212 BAL, en 
 
 
 
 
 

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  • Page 1Operating Instructions Protect PV.500-MH AEG Power Solutions GmbH, Warstein-Belecke Department: PS AED Revision: 00 Revision date: 25.04.2012 / Schenuit Released:...
  • Page 2 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions  AEG Power Solutions GmbH Emil-Siepmann-Strasse 32 59581 Warstein Germany  +49 2902 763 100...
  • Page 3 Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Table of Contents 1 Information on How to Use these Instructions ...............6 1.1 General Information...
  • Page 4 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 5 System Function .............................................................26 5.1 Description of Sequence Control .......................................26 5.1.1 The "OFF" Status ..............................................................26...
  • Page 5Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 8 Graphical Display and Operation Unit ...........................57 8.1 General Information ...........................................................57 8.1.1 Signalling ...........................................................................58 8.1.2 Keyboard...
  • Page 6: General Information Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 1 Information on How to Use these Instructions This chapter contains general information about these...
  • Page 7: Obligations of the Equipment Operator Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Handling These instructions are structured so that all work necessary for operation can be performed...
  • Page 8: Skilled Personnel Skills and Training Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions  Only operate the equipment in perfect working order and in ac- cordance with good...
  • Page 9: Storing Instructions Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Obligations of skilled personnel Observe the following safety instructions.  Work on and in electrical...
  • Page 10: Explanation of Symbols Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 2 Explanation of Symbols and Safety Instructions All of the symbols and abbreviations used in...
  • Page 11: Hazard Symbols Used Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 2.2 Safety Instructions All safety instructions have the following structure: SIGNAL WORD Type and source...
  • Page 12 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions Risk posed by corrosive vapours and liquids Risk posed by explosive material Table 3 –...
  • Page 13: Safety Awareness Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 2.2.4 Abbreviations The following abbreviations are used in these operating instruc- tions: DOU Display and...
  • Page 14 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions  All necessary operational measures must be initiated prior to deactivating any safety device in...
  • Page 15: Protective Covers Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions System stop switch The system stop switch is on the door of the equipment's DC/AC...
  • Page 16: Residual Hazards Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 2.7.2 Lockable Equipment Doors The equipment doors are fitted with a control cabinet lock. This...
  • Page 17: Electrical Hazards Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 2.8.1 Electrical Hazards DANGER Contact with voltage! Risk to life due to electric shock. ...
  • Page 18: Fire-Related Risks Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions i Using residual-current-operated safety devices (FI) alone is not permitted. WARNING Water in electrical equipment!...
  • Page 19: Risks from Maintenance and Repair Work Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 2.8.4 Risks due to Loss of Control ATTENTION Failure of remote signalling. If remote signalling...
  • Page 20: Product Description Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 3 Product Details The equipment has been designed for solar power plants and pro- vides...
  • Page 21: Inappropriate Use Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 3.2 Dimensions and Views Figure 3 Dimensions and views 3.3 Appropriate Use Only operate the...
  • Page 22: Nameplate Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 3.5 Standards, Directives and CE Mark The equipment complies with currently applicable DIN and VDE...
  • Page 23: Technology Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 3.7 Technology Due to the utilisation of high-performance electronic components, the equipment boasts a very...
  • Page 24: Operating Elements Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions The main assemblies of the inverter are:  DC load interrupter switch Q4  Inverter...
  • Page 25: Individual Operation Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 4 System Description This chapter describes the individual operation operating mode and functions of the...
  • Page 26: The "Waiting for Feed Conditions" Status Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 5 System Function 5.1 Description of Sequence Control As soon as the equipment's control module...
  • Page 27: The "Waiting" Status Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions The set monitoring values are regularly checked. In this status, no power is fed into...
  • Page 28: Sequence Control During the Course of the Day Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions If a deactivating or self-acknowledging fault is triggered, the equipment switches to the "Fault" status....
  • Page 29Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions If the DC voltage continues to increase due to the sun's rays get- ting stronger and...
  • Page 30: Sequence Control Parameters Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 5.1.8 Sequence Control Parameters Switch-on conditions Underfrequency, overfrequency, undervoltage, overvoltage: The equipment will only switch...
  • Page 31: Fan Control, Cabinet Fan Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 5.2 Description of Fan Control 5.2.1 General The equipment features temperature-dependent fan control. The fans...
  • Page 32: Fan Control, Inverter Stack Fan Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 5.2.3 Cabinet Fan Control Parameters Unit exhaust air temperature limit value for switching on the...
  • Page 33: General Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Initialisation Maximum speed, minimum time! Minimum time elapsed Variable speed IGBT temperature depending on IGBT...
  • Page 34 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions The insulation resistance detected and the two signals are sent to the equipment control. The...
  • Page 35: Operation with Thin-Film Solar Cells Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 5.3.2 Operation With Monocrystalline or Polycrystalline Solar Cells General: This type of solar cell does...
  • Page 36: MPP Tracker Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions The insulation test can only be started manually if an insulation test is not already...
  • Page 37: General Information Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 6 Monitoring Systems, Messages and Faults 6.1 General Information All monitoring systems only generate fault...
  • Page 38: Table of Faults Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 6.2 Table of Faults The monitoring systems listed below will cause the inverter to switch...
  • Page 39 Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions CAN I/O monitoring systems Fault/Message Deac- Self- Signalling DOU message tivat-ing acknow-led ging Feedback signal...
  • Page 40 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions Unit Monitoring Systems Fault/Message Deac- Self- Signalling DOU message tivat-ing acknow-led ging Monitoring X !Fan...
  • Page 41 Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions DC voltage monitoring systems Fault/Message Deac- Self- Signalling DOU message tivat-ing acknow-led ging Monitoring X...
  • Page 42: 7.1.1 General Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 7 Interfaces PV power stations are usually monitored from a central location. Alongside the PV...
  • Page 43: 7.1.2 Technical Data Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 7.1.2 Technical Data MultiCom CCC hardware data (assembly A29.1) Connector : Port 1 RS232 for...
  • Page 44: 7.1.3 Structure of the MultiCom CCC Interface Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 7.1.3 Structure of the MultiCom CCC Interface RS485: RS232: 1 J1 J4 1 1 X1...
  • Page 45Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions LED signals: Green/red flashes: Configuration can be selected via the ter- minal (up to 30 seconds...
  • Page 46 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions Figure 15 Serial D-sub connector X5 Port 2 (X5): RS485 pin assignment (default) Pin number...
  • Page 47: 7.1.4 Configuration Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions The X5 interface can be switched from RS485 to RS232 using jumpers J4 and J5....
  • Page 48: 7.1.4.1 Configuration Preparations Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions If you are using a different/in-house monitoring system, you can adjust the transmission parameters and...
  • Page 49Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions The possible keyboard actions are shown in the menu in “< >”. The following special keys...
  • Page 50: 7.1.4.2 Configuring the Modbus Protocol Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 7.1.4.2 Configuring the Modbus Protocol To access the X5 data protocol configuration, you must press...
  • Page 51: 7.1.4.3 Configuring Modbus Data Transmission Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 7.1.4.3 Configuring Modbus Data Transmission To access the X5 data transmission configuration, you must press...
  • Page 52: 7.2.3 Structure of the COM Server (internally wired to A93) Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 7.2 COM Server 7.2.1 General The COM server makes the PV inverter data available via...
  • Page 53: 7.2.4 Installation of the COM Server Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Connections: CN1: Internal inverter bus and power supply MOD1: Ethernet connection CN5: Interface for firmware...
  • Page 54: 7.2.6 Configuration of the Virtual COM Port Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 7.2.5 Network Integration Configuration For network integration, you will need a free IP address for...
  • Page 55: Remote Signalling Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 7.3 Remote Signalling The remote signalling board is a contact interface for signalling PV messages...
  • Page 56 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions X7: Connection to MultiCom interface S1: Service switch X3: When a signal is received, the...
  • Page 57: General Information Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions 8 Graphical Display and Operation Unit 8.1 General Information The graphical Display and Operation Unit...
  • Page 58: Keyboard Operation Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 8.1.1 Signalling LEDs: Red, permanently ON: Deactivating fault (must be acknowledged via the menu) Red,...
  • Page 59: Start-up Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Possible symbol keys and their function: Switch off inverter Switch on inverter Acknowledge acoustic signal...
  • Page 60: Main Menu Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions 8.3 Menu Structure 8.3.1 Menu Tree Power ON Start-up Main menu Blocking Service Operating Fault...
  • Page 61: Operating Display Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Additional submenus are displayed on the left-hand side. All se- lectable submenus are displayed in...
  • Page 62 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions At the top, a sun symbol indicates the current solar radiation trend. If the sun...
  • Page 63Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Figure 31 Example of operating display Solar radiation is too low, the inverter is in standby...
  • Page 64 Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions Figure 34 Example of daily data Daily data for the current day, previous day (t...
  • Page 65Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions Figure 37 Example of yearly overview Yearly overview (t = year of start-up to current year)...
  • Page 66: Status/Measured Values Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions Use the bottom key with the measuring instrument symbol to call up menus with detailed...
  • Page 67: Blocking Protect PV.500_MH Operating Instructions You can use the "Inverter" menu item to display the statuses and measured values for...
  • Page 68: Help Protect PV.500-MH Operating Instructions The default password set by the factory is: 1201. In menus where switching operations are...