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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................4


2.0 OVERVIEW ..............................................................................................................4
2.1 Generator Control.................................................................................................................4
2.2 SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN Interconnections ........................................................................4
2.3 Automatic Transfer Switching ................................................................................................6
2.4 Generator Fuel Tank Monitoring ............................................................................................6
2.4.1 Duel Fuel Probe Address Programming and Fuel Tank Calibration ...........................................7
2.5 Minimum Set of Connections to Control/Monitor a Generator ....................................................7
3.0 INSTALLATION .........................................................................................................8
3.1 Mechanical Installation ..........................................................................................................8
3.2 Generator Door Switches ......................................................................................................8
3.3 SAM2_GEN Interconnecting Cable ........................................................................................8
3.4 SAM2_GEN Krone Block Cable Termination ...........................................................................9
3.5 Fuel Probe, Tank Lid Switch and Water in Diesel Probe Wiring ..............................................10
3.5.1 Dual Fuel Probe Wiring .......................................................................................................10
3.5.2 Duel Fuel Probe Address Programming ...............................................................................10
3.5.3 Duel Fuel Tank Lid Switch Wiring ........................................................................................10
3.5.4 Fuel Tank Diesel in Water Detection Probe Wiring ................................................................11
3.6 SAM2_GEN LED Indicators.................................................................................................11
3.7 Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay Contact Link Setting ............................................12
3.8 SAM2_GEN 230Vac and 12Vdc Power Cable Termination ....................................................13
3.9 Dual Generator Power Cable Distribution .............................................................................13
4.0 SDMO GENERATOR INSTALLATION ...................................................................... 14
4.1 Utility 230Vac Supply and Generator 230Vac Wiring ................................................................14
4.2 SAM2_GEN 12Vdc Supply Wiring ..........................................................................................14
4.3 SAM2_GEN Generator 1 Control and Monitor Wiring ...............................................................15
4.4 Generator Start/Stop Control - Relay Contact Link Setting ........................................................15
4.5 SAM2_GEN Generator 2 Control and Monitor Wiring ...............................................................16
5.0 INSTALLATION OF INTELILITE AMF25 CONTROL PANEL V2.6 FIRMWARE .......... 18
5.1 Generator Control & Monitor Wiring ........................................................................................19
5.2 SAM2 Generator Power Wiring ..............................................................................................20
5.3 InteliLite AMF25 Panel Wiring ................................................................................................21
5.4 Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay Contact Link Setting ...............................................21
5.5 Programming the InteliLite AMF25 Panel ................................................................................22
5.6 Installing the LiteEdit Application Software ..............................................................................22
5.7 Importing Revision V2.6 Firmware ..........................................................................................26
5.8.1 Analog Input Configuration ..................................................................................................36
5.8.2 Analog Sensor Curve Parameter Configuration .....................................................................37
5.8.3 Comparing Alternate Setpoint Parameter Configuration Files .................................................38

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LIST OF FIGURES, TABLES, SECTIONS, ADDENDUMS & APPENDICES

Figure 1: SAM2_GEN Generator Controller System Reference Model .............................................................4


Table 1: SAM2_CTL/GEN Interconnection Summary ..................................................................................5
Figure 2: Automatic Transfer Switching Reference Model .............................................................................6
Figure 3: Fuel Probe and Tank Lid Switch Reference Model .........................................................................6
Figure 4: Minimum Set of Connections to Control/Monitor a Generator ............................................................7
Figure 5: Krone Block Cable Termination Layout ........................................................................................8
Table 2: SAM2_GEN Krone Block Cable Termination .................................................................................9
Table 3: SAM2_CTL/GEN Fuel Probe and Tank Lid Switch Interconnection Summary ......................................10
Figure 6: SAM2_GEN Controller Unit LED Indicators ................................................................................11
Figure 7: Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay NO/NC Contacts .........................................................12
Figure 8: SAM2_GEN 230Vac and 12Vdc Power Wiring ............................................................................13
Figure 9: Dual Generator Scenario - SAM2_GEN 230Vac Power Wiring ........................................................13
SECTION 4: SDMO Generators Nexys Control Panel .....................................................................14
ADDENDUM to SECTION 4: Inala SDMO Alarm Relay Board .....................................................................17
SECTION 5: Generator Logic InteliLite AMF25 Control Panel V2.6 Firmware....................................18
Appendix A: Wiring For FG Wilson Generator/Olympian - Power Wizard 1.0 AMF Panel............40
Appendix B: Wiring For Access 2000 Generator Controller..........................................................42
Appendix C: Wiring For GC-M01 Generator Controller.................................................................43
Appendix D: Wiring For Diesel Electric Generator Controller with AMF25 Panel .........................45
Appendix E: Wiring For Deep Sea Electronics DSE704 and DSE4120 Control Panels ...............46
Appendix F: Wiring For Lister Petter Generator with DSE5210 Control Panel .............................49
Appendix G: Wiring For LCP2 Generator Control Panel ...............................................................51
Appendix H: Wiring For Lovato 31 RGAM 12 Generator Control Panel........................................52
Appendix I: Wiring For Lovato RGAM Generator Control Panel ...................................................54
Appendix J: Wiring For RV Engineering (Lovato) Generator Control Panel .................................56
Appendix K: Wiring For Atlas Copco Qc3001 Generator Control Panel .......................................58
Appendix L: Wiring For SDMO Generator with NEXYS Control Panel .........................................60
Appendix M: Wiring For Older Type SDMO Generator with Auto A50 Control Panel ...................61
Appendix N: Controlling Gensets using Normally Closed Relay Contacts....................................65
Appendix O: SAM2 Genset Start/Stop/Rest Control Description ...................................................66
APPENDIX P: Acronyms ................................................................................................................67

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1.0 INTRODUCTION
The SAM2_GEN (SAM2 Generator controller) unit is designed to monitor and control the BTS remote site standby generator. The
SAM2_GEN does not replace the AMF generator controller; it has been designed to operate together with the AMF generator
controller to perform the following functions:

Generator Control: Automatic start-stop depending the state of the utility ac mains supply.
Generator Control: Automatic start-stop in EPCC mode as controlled by the main SAM2_CTL unit.
Alarm Monitoring: Generator alarm detection, i.e. generator fault, engine temperature/oil pressure.
State Monitoring: Generator state detection, i.e. generator run, mains/generator on load.

This document describes the operation, installation, commissioning and testing of the SAM2_GEN controller is association with the
SAM2_CTL main control unit.

2.0 OVERVIEW
The SAM2_GEN generator controller operates in conjunction with the SAM2_CTL main control unit to control the
starting/running/stopping functions and monitoring the alarm/status of the generator.
2.1 Generator Control
The diagram shown on figure 1 depicts the system reference model:

Coms Control Mon States GEN2


SAM2_CTL SAM2_GEN Generator #2
Main Controller Coms Status Controller Mon States GEN1
Unit Unit Generator #1
Monitored States

Rem Start 1 GEN1 Remote Start

Rem Start 2 GEN2 Remote Start

Rem Reset GEN1 & GEN2 Remote Reset

Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 are closest to the BTS/RBS.

Figure 1: SAM2_GEN Generator Controller System Reference Model


The SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN controller units have been designed to operate in a fail-safe manner in order to ensure that the
genset remote start function will operate correctly even if either of the SAM2_CTL or SAM2_GEN units is faulty.

If the SAM2_GEN unit is faulty, the SAM2_CTL unit is able to start/stop/reset the generators depending on the state of the utility ac
mains supply, i.e. utility mains failure. Under these circumstances hybrid power mode (EPCC) is possible because the SAM2_CTL
monitors the state of the BTS battery as well as the cabin environmental conditions.

If the SAM2_CTL unit is faulty, the SAM2_GEN unit is able to start/stop the generator depending only on the state of the utility ac
mains supply, i.e. utility mains failure. Under these circumstances hybrid power mode (EPCC) will not be activated because the
SAM2_GEN does not monitor the state of the BTS battery or the cabin environmental conditions.

The SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units communicate using a simple protocol transferred via the control and status cable pairs as
indicated in figure 1 above. On power-up the SAM2_CTL unit sends a message to the SAM2_GEN unit, the SAM2_GEN unit
acknowledges to indicate that the message was received correctly. The SAM2_CTL unit now sends a new message to indicate
communication in both directions has been established and that both units are functional, the SAM2_CTL unit is in control. The 2
units communicate periodically to ensure both are functional, if communication is lost, the SAM2_CTL unit will re-initiate the start-up
communication handshaking procedure.
2.2 SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN Interconnections
The SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units are interconnected using a multi-pair tie-cable; refer to table 1 below for a description of
each signal on transferred via the tie-cable.

SAM2 Controller

Multi-Pair Tie-Cable

SAM2 Generator
Controller

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The following table is a summary of the interconnections between the SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units and the generators:

Signal Position SAMCTL Unit Description


Krone Block 1
Mains on Load KB1/1 GP I/P 16 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate utility ac mains supply is
powering the load.
Gen1 on Load KB1/2 GP I/P 17 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 1 ac supply is
powering the load.
Gen1 Temperature KB1/3 GP I/P 18 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 1 engine
temperature alarm is active.
Gen1 Oil Pressure KB1/4 GP I/P 19 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 1 oil pressure
alarm is active.
Gen1 Emergency Stop KB1/5 GP I/P 20 Input to SAM2_GEN - Used to indicate generator 1 emergency
stop button has been activated.
Gen1 Low Fuel - or KB1/6 GP I/P 21 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 1 integral fuel
Fuel Tank 1 Water in tank level sensor is below low fuel threshold. Alternatively this
Diesel Alarm input can be used to connect the fuel tank water in diesel sensor.
Gen1 Remote Start KB1/7 Relay 1 Output from SAM2_CTL/GEN - Used to remotely start/stop the
generator 1.
Gen2 Remote Start KB1/8 Relay 2 Output from SAM2_CTL/GEN - Used to remotely start/stop the
generator 2.
Gen Remote Reset KB1/9 Relay 3 Output from SAM2_CTL - Used to remotely reset both the
generators when a generator fault/alarm is active.
Fuel Probe KB1/10 RS485/2 SAM2_CTL RS485 port #2 - Used to communicate with the fuel
Communications tank probe to read fuel level.
Krone Block 2
Gen1 Fault/Alarm KB2/1 Gen Flt 1 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 1 common
fault/alarm condition.
Gen1 Door KB2/2 Gen Door 1 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that generator 1 door is
open.
Gen1 Running KB2/3 Gen Run 1 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that generator 1 is running.
Fuel Tank Lid Switch KB2/4 Tank Lid Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that generator 1 fuel tank
filling lid has been opened.
Gen Control KB2/5 Gen Control SAM2_CTL/GEN communications port - Used by the SAM2_CTL
Communications unit to send control information to SAM2_GEN unit.
Gen2 Fault/Alarm KB2/6 Gen Flt 2 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate utility ac mains supply is
powering the load.
Gen2 Door KB2/7 Gen Door 2 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that generator 2 door is
open.
Gen2 Running KB2/8 Gen Run 2 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that generator 2 is running.
Utility Mains Fail KB2/9 Utility Mains Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate that at least 1 phase of the
utility ac mains supply is below threshold.
Gen Status KB2/10 Gen Status SAM2_CTL/GEN communications port - Used by the SAM2_GEN
Communications unit to send status information to SAM2_CTL unit.
Krone Block 3
Gen2 on Load KB3/1 GP I/P 11 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 2 ac supply is
powering the load.
Gen2 Temperature KB3/2 GP I/P 12 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 2 engine
temperature alarm is active.
Gen2 Oil Pressure KB3/3 GP I/P 13 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 2 oil pressure
alarm is active.
Gen2 Emergency Stop KB3/4 GP I/P 14 Input to SAM2_GEN - Used to indicate generator 2 emergency
stop button has been activated.
Gen2 Low Fuel - or KB3/5 GP I/P 15 Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate generator 2 integral fuel
Fuel Tank 2 Water in tank level sensor is below low fuel threshold. Alternatively this
Diesel Alarm input can be used to connect the fuel tank water in diesel sensor.
Utility Meter KB3/7 Utility Meter 1 SAM2_CTL Utility meter port - Used to communicate with the utility
Communications ac supply energy meter.
Spare Pairs (4 pairs) KB3 Spare I/Ps Krone Block 3 has 4 spare pair positions that are can be used for
future expansion. Typical applications for these pairs could be
additional fuel probes/lid switches if 2 fuel tanks are used for 2
generators, or to communicate with additional utility ac energy
meters if more than 1 meter is used.

Table 1: SAM2_CTL/GEN Interconnection Summary

Note: In order to monitor the state of the emergency stop button on the generators, the SAM2_GEN unit detects the 12Vdc
potential normally present on the output side of emergency stop button switch contacts. The SAM2_GEN unit has 2
dedicated inputs to monitor the emergency stop button of single or dual generators. Connect the emergency stop button of
generator 1 to input I/P1 on the SAM2_GEN unit and if duel generators are installed use input I/P2 for the second generator.
The digital output signals of the 2 emergency stop buttons are on Krone block-1/pair-5 for generator 1, Krone block-3/pair-4
for generator 2 and interconnect between the SAM2_GEN and The SAM2_CTL units via the multi-pair cable.

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2.3 Automatic Transfer Switching
The diagram depicted in figure 2 shows a block diagram of how the automatic transfer switching takes place between the utility
230Vac mains supply and the 230Vac supply from either of the 2 generators.

SAM2 Controller
Genset Controller

MAINS GEN

Generator #2 Generator #1

GCB
GCB LOAD/BTS

MCB
MCB
ATS
ATS
Utility 230Vac Supply
Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 are closest to the BTS/RBS.

Figure 2: Automatic Transfer Switching Reference Model


The SAM2_GEN controller unit monitors the utility 230Vac input supply to determine if the generators should run and it monitors the
generator output 230Vac supply to ensure the generated voltage is within the specified range to power the load.
2.4 Generator Fuel Tank Monitoring
The SAM2_CTL controller unit has the ability to measure the actual amount of diesel stored in the fuel tank, and to detect when the
fuel tank lid is open. The fuel probe is a pressure sensor and the SAM2_CTL unit converts the pressure reading to a fuel level
expressed in litres. The fuel tank lid switch is used to alert the SAM2_CTL unit that the fuel tank has been opened or closed. The
water detection probe is used to indicated that water is present in the diesel tank. The diagram in figure 3 shows how the fuel probe,
tank lid switch and water detection probe interface with the SAM2_CTL unit.
GEN 2 Tank Lid
SAM2_CTL Fuel Tank #2
Main Controller GEN 1 Tank Lid
Unit Fuel Tank #1

Coms Control
SAM2_GEN Tank1: Water in Diesel
Coms Status Controller
Unit Tank2: Water in Diesel
Monitored States
Tank1: 2x12Vdc Supply

Tank2: 2x12Vdc Supply


GEN1 & GEN2 Fuel Probe Coms

Figure 3: Fuel Probe and Tank Lid Switch Reference Model


The fuel probe, tank lid switch and water in diesel detection probe are all powered from a 12Vdc source, the SAM2-GEN unit has 4
separately fused 12Vdc outputs for this purpose. If the site is equipped with 2 generators having separate fuel tanks, each tank lid
switch and each fuel probe must be powered from a separate 12Vdc source. The 2 fuel tank lid switches are wired in series. Refer
to section 5.1 for duel fuel probe and tank lid switch wiring

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2.4.1 Duel Fuel Probe Address Programming and Fuel Tank Calibration
When 2 fuel probes are used, both probes communicate with the SAM2_CTL unit via a single RS485 port, each fuel probe must be
programmed with a unique address using the ECT software, refer to the following screen shot and SAM2_ECT Software manual.

Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 is the one closest to the BTS/RBS.

Enable Duel Gen

Enable Duel Fuel


Tanks

Set Probe Address


Programming Fuel Probe Address:
Step 1: Run SAM2 ECT. Ensure Duel Fuel Tanks is not enabled.

Step 2: Wire Probe #1 only, Refer to section 3 for fuel probe wiring i.e. Krone block 1 pair 10 (KB1/10/A+ and KB1/10B/-).
On the ECT Generator/Power screen type 1 for probe address.
Click Set Probe button.

Step 3: Calibrate the Fuel Probe as follows or refer to the SAM2_ECT manual.
With fuel tank 1 empty (Alternatively Probe 1 can be outside the tank, in the same position it would be inside the tank
i.e. horizontal), use the ECT "Generator/Power" screen Refresh Button to obtain the "Raw Fuel Level".
Enter this value into the field "Raw Fuel Empty Count" on the ECT "Generator/Power" screen.
Fill fuel tank, use the ECT "Generator/Power" screen Refresh Button to obtain the new "Raw Fuel Level".
Enter this value, into the field "Raw Fuel Full Count" on the ECT "Generator/Power" screen.
Update the SAM2unit using the "Set Config" button on the ECT "Generator/Power" screen.
Note: Click Refresh Button a number of times every 30 seconds to ensure the reading is stable.

Step 4: Disconnect probe #1 from the RS485 cable pair.


Wire Probe #2 only, Refer to section 3 for fuel probe wiring i.e. Krone block 1 pair 10 (KB1/10/A+ and KB1/10B/-)..
Change address to 2 on ECT.
Click Set Probe button.

Step 5: Re-Connect fuel probe #1 to the RS485 cable pair.

Step 6: Enable Duel Fuel Tanks, and click Set Config button.

Note: The fuel probe address can be verified using the Get Probe button when a single fuel probe is connected.
2.5 Minimum Set of Connections to Control/Monitor a Generator
The solid lines shown in the diagram depicted in figure 4 below indicate the minimum set of connections that would effectively
control and monitor a generator. Not all generators have a low fuel indication nor do all generators have a remote fault/alarm reset
facility, these two connections are not absolutely necessary.

12Vdc Supply Generator Battery


Generator Fault/Alarm Indication
Generator Run Indication
Generator Door Indication
Low Fuel or Water in Diesel Indication
Remote Start/Stop
SAM2_GEN Remote Fault/Alarm Reset Generator

Figure 4: Minimum Set of Connections to Control/Monitor a Generator

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3.0 INSTALLATION
3.1 Mechanical Installation
Physically mount the following items taking due care of cable entry and available space:

Fit the generator door switches and mounting plates; connect all the door switches of each generator in parallel using the
normally closed (NC) contact. Refer to table 3 below for the correct termination on the Krone blocks for the door switches.
Note: Normally Open (NO) refers to the state of the door switch contact when the door is closed, i.e. contact will
close when the door is open.

Fit the fuel probe ensuring that it is lying at the bottom of the tank. The fuel probe uses a single cable-pair to communicate with
the SAM2_CTU unit via a RS485 bus and is powered from 12Vdc via a separate cable pair; refer to table 2 below. Note that
the interconnecting cable clear plastic Breather pipe must not be sealed, obstructed or bent.

Fit the fuel tank lid switch, the switch is powered from 12Vdc via a separate cable-pair and has a single lead for its output
signal; refer to tables 1 above and table 2 below.

Fit the utility energy meter at a suitable cable entry point of the mains ac supply to the site. Refer to table 1 above for the single
cable pair used to interconnect the utility meter to the SAM2_CTL unit.

Fit the SAM2_GEN control unit in the primary standby generator (GEN1); refer to the following section for all the electrical
interconnections on the unit.
3.2 Generator Door Switches
Connect all the door switches of each generator in parallel using the normally closed (NC) contact. Refer to table 1 above for
the correct termination on the Krone blocks for the door switches. Note: Normally Open (NO) refers to the state of the
door switch contact when the door is closed, i.e. contact will close when the door is open.
3.3 SAM2_GEN Interconnecting Cable
The diagram depicted in figure 5 below shows the Krone block layout for the SAM2_GEN cable termination. The following points are
important and should be noted:

There are 3 Krone blocks numbered KB1, KB2 and KB3.


Each Krone block caters for 10 cable pairs, numbered 1 to 10 left to right.
Each cable pair has an A and a B leg. The polarity of the A leg is positive and the B leg is either negative or GND.
The cable must be terminated on the side of the Krone block as indicated in the diagram below.
The equipment or sensors must be terminated on the side of the Krone block as indicated in the diagram below.
IDC connector JP4 provides 12Vdc power for the fuel probe and tank lid switch, 4 individual fused outputs are available.

Pair #1 Pair #10


Krone Block #3

A B Krone Block #2

Equipment
or Sensor
Side
Krone Block #1
Cable
Side

+12Vdc
JP4: Fused 12Vdc
Supply for
Fuel probe &
Tank lid Switch
GND
Figure 5: Krone Block Cable Termination Layout
If only one generator is installed at the site, a single 20-pair cable is sufficient to interconnect all the possible control and monitored
states between the SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units.

When 2 generators are used in a standby mode at the site, a 20-pair cable is sufficient to interconnect only the minimum signal
necessary to control 2 generators. If all the possible control and monitored states are to be used for the 2 generators a 30-pair cable
is required to interconnect the SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units and an additional 10-pair cable is required to interconnect the 2
generators.

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3.4 SAM2_GEN Krone Block Cable Termination
Refer to the following table to interconnect the SAM2_GEN unit to the SAM2_CTL unit using a 20/30-pair cable:

Krone Block Pair Pair Polarity Alarm Description Comment


Krone Block 1:
KB1 Pair #1: - 1/1/A Blue + GP Mains on Load
1/1/B Black - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #2: - 1/2/A Orange + GP Generator 1 on Load
1/2/B Black - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #3: - 1/3/A Green + GP Generator 1 Engine Temperature
1/3/B Black - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #4: - 1/4/A Brown + GP Generator 1 Oil Pressure
1/4/B Black - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #5: - 1/5/A Grey + GP Generator 1 Emergency Stop
1/5/B Black - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #6: - 1/6/A Blue + GP Generator 1 Low Fuel or alternatively Fuel Tank 1 Water in Diesel Alarm
1/6/B Yellow - GP Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #7: - 1/7/A Orange + NO/NC Generator 1 Remote Start
1/7/B Yellow - COM
KB1 Pair #8: - 1/8/A Green + NO/NC Generator 2 Remote Start
1/8/B Yellow - COM
KB1 Pair #9: - 1/9/A Brown + NO/NC Generator 1 & 2 Reset
1/9/B Yellow - COM
KB1 Pair #10: - 1/10/A Grey + RS485 Fuel Probe RS485 Coms Pair
1/10/B Yellow - RS485
Krone Block 2:
KB2 Pair #1: - 2/1/A Blue + GFLT1 Generator 1 Fault
2/1/B White - GFLT1 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #2: - 2/2/A Orange + GDR1 Generator 1 Door
2/2/B White - GDR1 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #3: - 2/3/A Green + GRUN1 Generator 1 Running
2/3/B White - GRUN1 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #4: - 2/4/A Brown + GTL Fuel Tank Lid
2/4/B White - GTL Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #5: - 2/5/A Grey + GC Pulse Generator Control Signal
2/5/B White - GC Pulse Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #6: - 2/6/A Blue + GFLT2 Generator 2 Fault
2/6/B Red - GFLT2 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #7: - 2/7/A Orange + GDR2 Generator 2 Door
2/7/B Red - GDR2 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #8: - 2/8/A Green + GRUN2 Generator 2 Running
2/8/B Red - GRUN2 Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #9: - 2/9/A Brown + UTIL Utility Mains Fail Alarm
2/9/B Red - UTIL Ground (GND)
KB2 Pair #10: - 2/10/A Grey + GS Pulse Generator Status Signal
2/10/B Red - GS Pulse Ground (GND)
Krone Block 3:
KB3 Pair #1: - 3/1/A Blue + GP Generator 2 on Load
3/1/B White - GP Ground (GND)
KB3 Pair #2: - 3/2/A Orange + GP Generator 2 Engine Temperature
3/2/B White - GP Ground (GND)
KB3 Pair #3: - 3/3/A Green + GP Generator 2 Oil Pressure
3/3/B White - GP Ground (GND)
KB3 Pair #4: - 3/4/A Brown + GP Generator 2 Emergency Stop
3/4/B White - GP Ground (GND)
KB3 Pair #5: - 3/5/A Grey + GP Generator 2 Low Fuel or alternatively Fuel Tank 2 Water in Diesel Alarm
3/5/B White - GP Ground (GND)
KB3 Pair #6: - 3/6/A Blue Spare
3/6/B Red
KB3 Pair #7: - 3/7/A Orange A Utility Meter Coms Pair
3/7/B Red B
KB3 Pair #8: - 3/8/A Green Spare
3/8/B Red
KB3 Pair #9: - 3/9/A Brown Spare
3/9/B Red
KB3 Pair #10: - 3/10/A Grey Spare
3/10/B Red

Table 2: SAM2_GEN Krone Block Cable Termination

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3.5 Fuel Probe, Tank Lid Switch and Water in Diesel Probe Wiring
Use the following table as a reference to connect the fuel probe and tank lid switch to the SAM2_CTL unit:

Signal SAM2_GEN Unit Cable Lead Colour Description


Fuel Probe Coms: RS458 Port on SAM2_CTL Cable pair used to
RS485 A (Pos) KB1/10/A Blue communicate with the fuel probe.
RS485 B (Neg) KB1/10/B Yellow
Fuel Probe 12Vdc: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Black provided on the SAM2_GEN unit to power the fuel probe.
GND (Neg) JP4 GND White Note the fuse is an Auto-Reset type.
Tank Lid switch: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Brown provided on the SAM2_GEN unit to power the fuel probe.
Tank Lid switch: Note the fuse is an Auto-Reset type.
GND (Neg) JP4 GND Black
Tank Lid switch: KB2/4/A Blue Input to SAM2_GEN - Used to indicate when the fuel tank
Output filling lid is opened.

Notes:
The fuel probe cable has a clear plastic Breather pipe at the center of its core, this pipe must not be bent or sealed
as free airflow via this pipe is necessary for correct operation of the probe
The fuel probe cable has a screen and a red lead; both are not used and may be cut off.

Table 3: SAM2_CTL/GEN Fuel Probe and Tank Lid Switch Interconnection Summary

3.5.1 Dual Fuel Probe Wiring


When 2 separate fuel tanks have been installed and 2 separate fuel probes are required the following wiring is applicable:
The RS485 communication ports of the 2 fuel probes are wired in parallel on one cable pair.
The SAM2_GEN unit makes provision for powering the 12Vdc supply input of 2 fuel probes via separate auto reset fuses.
Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 are closest to the BTS/RBS.

Signal SAM2_GEN Unit Cable Lead Colour Description


Fuel Probe #1 Coms: RS458 Port on SAM2_CTL Cable pair used to
RS485 A (Pos) KB1/10/A Blue communicate with the fuel probe.
RS485 B (Neg) KB1/10/B Yellow
Fuel Probe #2 Coms: Note: The RS485 communications ports of the 2 fuel
RS485 A (Pos) KB1/10/A Blue probes are connected in parallel on a single cable pair;
RS485 B (Neg) KB1/10/B Yellow the RS485 port is polarity sensitive.
12Vdc Fuel Probe #1: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Black output for fuel probe.
GND (Neg) JP4 GND White
12Vdc Fuel Probe #2: Note: The SAM2_GEN unit provides for 2 separate
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Black fused 12Vdc supply pairs to power the 2 fuel probes;
GND (Neg) JP4 GND White the fuses are Auto-Reset type.

3.5.2 Duel Fuel Probe Address Programming


When 2 fuel probes are used, both probes communicate with the SAM2_CTL unit via a single RS485 port, the fuel probes must be
programmed with 2 different addresses using the ECT software, refer to section 2.4 above and the SAM2_ECT Software Manual.
3.5.3 Duel Fuel Tank Lid Switch Wiring
When 2 separate fuel tanks have been installed, the 2 fuel tank lid switches must be wired in series as follows:
+12V (Brown) +12Vdc +12V (Brown) +12Vdc
Output (Blue) Output (Blue)
Tank Lid Tank Lid KB2/4/A
Switch #2 Switch #1

GND GND
GND (Black) GND (Black)
Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 are closest to the BTS/RBS.
Signal Description SAM2_GEN Unit Cable Lead Colour
Tank Lid Switch #2: 12Vdc Supply GND lead on SAM2-GEN unit.
GND (Neg) JP4 GND Black
Tank Lid Switch #2: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) output for the tank lid switches. JP4 12V Brown
Tank Lid Switch #1: Note: The SAM2_GEN unit caters for 2 separate fused
+12Vdc (Pos) 12Vdc supply pairs to power the 2 fuel tank lid JP4 12V Brown
switches; the fuses are Auto-Reset type.
Tank Lid Switch #2: Tank Lid Switch #2 Output - Used to indicate when the Tank lid switch #2 Switch #2 Blue
Output fuel tank filling lid is opened. blue lead connected to
Note: Connect the output lead (blue) of tank lid switch to tank lid switch #1 Switch #1Black
#1 to the GND lead (black) of tank lid switch #2. black lead.
Tank Lid switch #1: Tank Lid Switch #1 Output - Used to indicate when the
Output fuel tank filling lid is opened. KB2/4/A Blue

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3.5.4 Fuel Tank Diesel in Water Detection Probe Wiring
Use the following table as a reference to connect the fuel tank water detection probe to the SAM2_CTL unit:

Note: Normal convention is genset #1 and thus fuel tank #1 are closest to the BTS/RBS.

Signal SAM2_GEN Unit Cable Lead Colour Description


Fuel Tank 1:
Water Probe: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Brown provided on the SAM2_GEN unit to power the fuel
Water Probe: probe. Note the fuse is an Auto-Reset type.
GND (Neg) KB1/6/B or JP4 GND Black
Water Probe: KB1/6/A Blue Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate when water is
Output present in the diesel tank.
Fuel Tank 2:
Water Probe: 12Vdc Supply on SAM2-GEN Fused 12Vdc supply
+12Vdc (Pos) JP4 12V Brown provided on the SAM2_GEN unit to power the fuel
Water Probe: probe. Note the fuse is an Auto-Reset type.
GND (Neg) KB3/5/B or JP4 GND Black
Water Probe: KB3/5/A Blue Input to SAM2_CTL - Used to indicate when water is
Output present in the diesel tank.

The above wiring table assumes that the low fuel alarm input is not used (some generators have integral fuel tanks that are
equipped with mechanical fuel level detectors).
3.6 SAM2_GEN LED Indicators
The diagram depicted in figure 6 below shows the LED Indicators available on the SAM2_GEN controller Unit.

LED1

LED2
3x Red LEDs
Utility 230Vac LED3
Power
LED4

LED5

Utility 230Vac SAM2_GEN Controller Unit


Power Monitor

Figure 6: SAM2_GEN Controller Unit LED Indicators


The various LEDs indicate the following:

Utility 230Vac Red LEDs:


Each of the 3 LED: ON indicates L1, L2 and L3 phase voltage present and greater than 185Vac

LED1 12Vdc Supply:


LED OFF; Supply voltage below 10Vdc
LED Flashing; Supply voltage is between 10 and 12Vdc
LED ON; Supply voltage above 12Vdc

LED2 SAM2_CTL/SAM2_GEN Communication:


LED OFF; No communication between SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units, SAM2_GEN in control of generators.
LED Flashing; SAM2_GEN receiving communication from SAM2_CTL unit (via control cable pair KB2/5/A/B), but SAM2_CTL
is not receiving communication from SAM2_GEN unit (via status cable pair KB2/10/A/B).
LED ON; Full communication between SAM2_CTL and SAM2_GEN units, SAM2_CTL in control of generators.

LED3 Utility 230Vac Supply:


LED OFF; All 3 phases (L1, L2 and L3) voltage below 185Vac
LED Flashing; At least 1 phase (L1, L2 or L3) voltage below 185Vac
LED ON; All 3 phases (L1, L2 and L3) voltage above 185Vac

LED4 and LED5 Generator Running Indication (LED4 generator 1 and LED5 generator 2):
LED OFF; Generator not running
LED Flashing; Generator running, but 230Vac output from generator not present.
LED ON; Generator running, and 230Vac output from generator is present.

Note: In bright ambient (sun) light it is difficult to distinguish whether the LEDs are illuminated, in such situations reduce
the amount of ambient light on the LEDs by casting a shadow on the LEDs.

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3.7 Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay Contact Link Setting
The 2 diagrams depicted in figure 7 below show the Links that determine whether a normally open (NO) or a normally closed (NC)
relay contact is used to start/stop the generators.

NO/NC Relay contact NO/NC Relay contact


selection for generator 1 selection for generator 2

Genset Reset

Generator 2
Generator 1

Figure 7: Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay NO/NC Contacts


Refer to each generator type and its controller (AMF Panel) type in the following sections of this document for the correct linking
position for the NO/NC relay contacts.

Note: The SAM2_CTL Krone block cable termination unit relay NO/NC link setting must match those on SAM2_GEN unit.

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3.8 SAM2_GEN 230Vac and 12Vdc Power Cable Termination
The utility mains ac supply, generator ac supply and the 12VDc supply connections are shown in diagram below:

Mains 230Vac
Output Supply to BTS

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

MCB GCB

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

Generator Battery 12Vdc


230Vac Supply Supply
Utility 230Vac
Supply
Figure 8: SAM2_GEN 230Vac and 12Vdc Power Wiring
Refer to diagram in figure 8 above and make the following screw-terminal connections:

Mains ac supply; Neutral lead (N) and 3-phases (L1, L2 and L3), if the site is powered from a single phase then L1, L2 and L3
must be looped. Connect to the corresponding N, L1, L2 and L3 screw terminals on the AMF25 panel.

Generator ac output supply; 3-Phases (L1, L2 and L3), if the generator is 3-phase, then L1, L2 and L3 must be looped.
Connect to the corresponding L1, L2 and L3 screw terminals on the AMF25 panel.

12Vdc supply; Connect the +12V and GND to the generator AMF panel standby battery positive and negative terminals
respectively.

Emergency Stop button; Connect the output side (lead K107 on the Intelilite AMF25 control panel) of the emergency stop
button to screw-terminal I/P 1 for generator 1 and I/P2 for the second generator.

3.9 Dual Generator Power Cable Distribution


The diagram below shows the 230Vac distribution wiring for a dual generator scenario:

Utility 230Vac Generator 2 230Vac Supply from Generator 1


Supply 230Vac Supply Generator 2 230Vac Supply

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

MCB GCB GCB1 GCB2

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

Generator 230Vac
230Vac Supply Output Output Supply
230Vac Supply Output
from Generator 2
from Generator 1 to BTS

Utility 230Vac Input Supply


Figure 9: Dual Generator Scenario - SAM2_GEN 230Vac Power Wiring

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SECTION 4: SDMO Generators Nexys Control Panel

4.0 SDMO GENERATOR INSTALLATION


This section describes the installation details applicable only to the SDMO generators equipped with Nexys control panel.
4.1 Utility 230Vac Supply and Generator 230Vac Wiring
Connect the 230Vac supply output from the generators to the GEN screw terminals of the SAM2_GEN unit as shown in the
diagram below. If the site is powered from the utility 230Vac supply; connect it to the MAINS screw terminals of the SAM2_GEN
unit as indicated below:

Generator 1 O/P Generator 2 O/P


230Vac Supply 230Vac Supply

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

GCB 1 GCB 2

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3

L1, L2 and L3
N

If Site is powered from 230Vac utility supply:


230Vac Supply 230Vac Supply to Connect L1, L2 and L3
Input to BTS SAM2_GEN Unit

4.2 SAM2_GEN 12Vdc Supply Wiring


Connect the 12Vcc supply output from the generator battery (wire leads marked 30 for +12V and 31 for GND) to the +12V and
GND screw terminals of the SAM2_GEN unit as shown in the diagram below.

30 D1

31
Generator 1 12V Battery

30
D2

31
Generator 2 12V Battery

If duel generators are used on site, the two 12V batteries can be connected via two diodes as shown above. Diodes D1 and D2
must have forward current rating of at lease 1A and a minimum reverse breakdown rating of 100V; diodes from the 1N4004 to
1N4007 series are suitable.

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4.3 SAM2_GEN Generator 1 Control and Monitor Wiring
Make the control and alarm monitoring signal connections between the generator 1 and the Krone blocks of the SAM2_GEN unit as
shown in the diagram below.

SAM2_GEN
Krone Block

KB2/3/A - Orange
Gen1 Run
147
KB2/3/B - White
31
KB2/1/A - Blue
201 Gen1 Fault
202
KB2/1/B - White
203 Wire in Series with Key-Switch
NEXYS Control Panel

Remote Reset
Note: Connect
KB1/9/A (Brown)
to +12Vdc on JP4
NEXYS Contro Panel
Note: KB1/9/B - Yellow
Cut wire Lead 203 for Remote Rest fromSAM2 Unit
Remote Reset

KB1/7/A - Orange
Gen1 Remote Start
KB1/7/B - Yellow

KB2/2/A - Orange
Gen1 Door Switch
KB2/2/B - White

KB1/6/A - Blue
Fuel Tank Level Switch or Water in Diesel Sensor
KB1/6/B - Yellow

Krone Block: Cable Pair Description Generator Terminal


Krone Block 1:
KB1 Pair #6 KB1/6/A Blue Generator1 Low Fuel Note: Water in Diesel Probe may be
connected on this cable pair refer to
KB1/6/B Yellow Fuel Tank Level Switch section 3.5.4 above
KB1 Pair #7 KB1/7/A Orange Generator1 Remote Start B13/3
KB1/7/B Yellow Ground (GND) B13/4
KB1 Pair #9 KB1/9/A Brown Generator Reset
KB1/9/B Yellow Ground (GND)
KB1 Pair #10 KB1/10/A Grey Fuel Probe RS485A (POS)
KB1/10/B Yellow Fuel Probe RS485B (NEG)
Krone Block 2:
KB2 Pair #1 KB2/1/A Blue Generator1 Fault B201/6
KB2/1/B White B201/4
KB2 Pair #2 KB2/2/A Orange Generator1 Door Door Switch
KB2/2/B White NC Contact
KB2 Pair #3 KB2/3/A Green Generator1 Running B201/9
KB2/3/B White B201/7
KB2 Pair #4 KB2/4/A Brown Fuel Tank Lid Output Refer to section 2 above for Tank Lid
KB2/4/B White Fuel Tank Lid GND Swicth wiring (Single or Dual tanks)
Generator Start/Stop Control Relay Contact Links: Set links in Normally Open (NO) position

4.4 Generator Start/Stop Control - Relay Contact Link Setting


The generator start/stop control relay contact links on both the SAM2_Gen unit and the SAM2_CTL Krone block cable termination
board must be set in the normally open (NO) positions for the SDMO generators with a Hynex AMF control panel.

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4.5 SAM2_GEN Generator 2 Control and Monitor Wiring
Make the control and alarm monitoring signal connections between the generator 2 and the Krone blocks of the SAM2_GEN unit as
shown in the diagram below.

SAM2_GEN
Krone Block

KB2/8/A - Orange
Gen1 Run
147
KB2/8/B - Red
31
KB2/6/A - Blue
201 Gen1 Fault
202
KB2/6/B - Red
203 Wire in Series with Key-Switch
NEXYS Control Panel

Remote Reset
Note: Connect
KB1/9/A (Brown)
to +12Vdc on JP4
NEXYS Contro Panel
Note: KB1/9/B - Yellow
Cut wire Lead 203 for Remote Rest fromSAM2 Unit
Remote Reset

KB1/8/A - Green
Gen1 Remote Start
KB1/8/B - Yellow

KB2/7/A - Orange
Gen1 Door Switch
KB2/7/B - Red

KB3/5/A - Grey
Fuel Tank Level Switch or Water in Diesel Sensor
KB3/5/B - White

Krone Block: Cable Pair Description Generator Terminal


Krone Block 1:
KB1 Pair #8 KB1/8/A Green Generator2 Remote Start B13/3
KB1/8/B Yellow Ground (GND) B13/4
KB1 Pair #9 KB1/9/A Brown Generator Reset
KB1/9/B Yellow Ground (GND)
Fuel Probe JP4/12V Fuel Probe +12Vdc
Power JP4/GND Fuel Probe GND
Krone Block 2:
KB2 Pair #6 KB2/6/A Blue Generator2 Fault B201/6
KB2/6/B Red B201/4
KB2 Pair #7 KB2/7/A Orange Generator2 Door Door Switch
KB2/7/B Red NC Contact
KB2 Pair #8 KB2/8/A Green Generator2 Running B201/9
KB2/8/B Red B201/7
Tank Lid JP4/12V Fuel Tank Lid +12Vdc Refer to section 2 above for Tank Lid
Power JP4/GND Fuel Tank Lid GND Swicth wiring (Single or Dual tanks)
Krone Block 3:
KB3 Pair #5 KB3/5/A Grey Generator2 Low Fuel Note: Water in Diesel Probe may be
connected on this cable pair refer to
KB5/5/B White Fuel Tank Level Switch section 3.5.4 above
Generator Start/Stop Control Relay Contact Links: Set links in Normally Open (NO) position

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ADDENDUM to SECTION 4: Inala SDMO Alarm Relay Board
Refer to the following diagram when the Inala SDMO alarm relay board (SAM2GRM00) is used to replace the SDMO Relay Alarm
Pack board:

GND (31) +12V (30)


12Vdc Supply Note: Connect +12Vdc to KB1/9/A (JP4 +12V) to power the reset relay.

12Vdc Output
Remote GEN Reset KB1/9/B
GND +12V

GEN RESET GEN RUN GEN FAULT GEN RUN

Connect in Series with SDMO


Hynix Controlller Key Switch KB2/1/A/B KB2/3/A/B
End of Section 4

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SECTION 5: Generator Logic InteliLite AMF25 Control Panel V2.6 Firmware

5.0 INSTALLATION OF INTELILITE AMF25 CONTROL PANEL V2.6 FIRMWARE


This section describes the installation details applicable only to generators supplied by Generator Logic and equipped with the
InteliLite AMF20 or AMF25 control panel programmed using the InleliLite V2.6 firmware.

Notes:

This solution requires the InteliLite AMF20/AMF25 panel firmware to be reprogrammed using the InteliLite V2.6 firmware.

The Inala V2.6 Template for InteliLite AMF20/AMF25 SetPoint configuration and Binary input/output configuration
must also be downloaded.

The Inala SAM2 system switches the AMF panel to TEST Mode to start and run the generator. When the generator is not
running it should always be left in AUTO Mode. The following binary inputs on the AMF25 panel are used to control the
generator Start/Stop and Reset functions (refer also to the picture below):

Binary Input 3: Configured as Remote Test, This input is used to start and stop the generator and is connected to
the SAM2 remote start output.

Binary Input 4: Configured as Test on Load, This input is used to ensure the generator goes on load when started. It
must be left open circuit.

Binary Input 5: Configured as Mains Fail Block, This input is used to disable the genset automatic start function for
a Mains Failure. The input simulates healthy mains. In the case of a running genset the GCB contactor is opened,
the genset goes to cooling procedure and stops.

Binary Input 6: Configured as Fault Reset Button, This input is used to reset a fault condition on the AMF25 panel
and is connected to the SAM2 remote reset output.

Binary Input 7: Configured as Remote AUTO, This input is used to switch the AMF25 panel to AUTO Mode in order
to stop the genset by initiating the cooling procedure. The input is used to ensure the MCB contactor closes when the
genset is not running and mains is present.

SAM2 sites already installed and programmed using the V1.3.2 or V2.4 revision InteliLite AMF25 firmware can be upgraded
by making the above wiring changes on the AMF25 panel and re-programming the AMF25 panel using the V2.6 firmware,
downloading the correct Inala V2.6 configuration template. Refer to the following picture:

Connect only to SAM2 Remote


Start Output

Open Circuit, do not Connect

Open Circuit, do not Connect

Loop Inputs 6 & 7 and Connect to


SAM2 Remote Reset Output

InteliLite AMF25 Panel Binary Input Wiring

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5.1 Generator Control & Monitor Wiring
a) Generator Status Wiring

The diagram below shows the screw terminal blocks and relays where the wiring for generator alarm/status monitoring points are
terminated. Only 4 of the relays have contacts that are wired to the screw terminal blocks, thus the screw terminals and the relays
are used to terminate the wiring.

The six relays each have 2 sets of change over contacts, the back screw terminal on the relay base is the COM contact, the
centre screw terminal is the NO contact and the front screw terminal is the NC contact. Starting from the left hand side the six
relays have the following functions:

Relay Function Wiring Directly on Relay Base or Screw Terminals SAM2 Alarm/Indication Description
1 MCB Wire directly across LHS COM & NC relay contact set Mains on Load Indication Input
2 GCB Wire directly across LHS COM & NO relay contact set Generator on Load Indication Input
3 Low Fuel Wire to screw terminals X107/108, relay COM & NO contact Generator Low Fuel Alarm Input
4 Alarm Wire to screw terminals X105/106, relay COM & NO contact Generator Common Fault Alarm Input
5 Service Time Wire to screw terminals X101/102, relay COM & NO contact Not Used
6 Generator Run Wire to screw terminals X103/104, relay COM & NO contact Generator Running Indication Input

b) Generator Control Wiring

The generator remote start and reset control lines are wired directly from the SAM2_GEN unit to the InteliLite AMF25 panel. Refer to
the InteliLite AMF25 panel-wiring table in section 5.3 below and the picture in section 5.0 above.

c) Generator Alarm Wiring

The generator engine oil pressure and water temperature alarms are wired directly from the SAM2_GEN unit to the InteliLite AMF25
panel. Refer to the AMF25 panel-wiring table in section 5.3 below.

d) Generator Emergency Stop Wiring

The SAM2_GEN unit has 2 dedicated inputs to monitor the emergency stop button of single and dual generators. The emergency
stop button and ON/OFF key-switch are connected in series to provide 12Vdc power for the InteliLite AMF25 panel on the K109 wire
lead, the SAM2_GEN emergency stop input is wired directly to +12Vdc screw terminal (wire lead K109) on the InteliLite AMF25
control panel. Connect the emergency stop button of generator 1 to input I/P1 on the SAM2_GEN unit and if duel generators are
installed use input I/P2 for the second generator.

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5.2 SAM2 Generator Power Wiring
a) SAM2_GEN 12Vdc Power Wiring

Refer to the diagram below; BATT-1 is the large 12V battery used to start the generator engine and BATT-2 is the small battery used
to provide a 12V back-up supply for the InteliLite AMF25 panel while the generator engine is cranking and the voltage across BATT-
1 drops. The 2 batteries are inter-connected by diode D1 to ensure BATT-2 does not supply current to BATT-1 while the generator
engine is being cranked (started), D1 is an integral part of the generator wiring harness and does not need to be fitted during the
SAM2_GEN unit installation.

K105

D1

BATT-1 BATT-2

K117 (GND)

Use two Piggy-Back Male-Female spade terminals on BATT-2 to connect the 12Vdc supply input to the SAM2_GEN unit as
shown in the diagram above.

b) Utility Mains and Generator 230Vac Power Wiring

Refer to the following diagram; the 3-Phase utility 230Vac mains supply is connected onto the 4-threaded terminals on the right
hand side and 3-Phase 230Vac output power from the generator is connected onto the 4-threaded terminals on the left hand side.

Generator Side Utility Mains Side


230Vac Wiring 230Vac Wiring

i) Single Generator Site

Connect the 4 screw terminals of the MAINS input on the SAM2_GEN unit to the corresponding 3-Phase utility 230Vac mains
supply input terminals (N-Black, L1_Red, L2_White and L3_Blue). Connect the 3 screw terminals of the GEN input on the
SAM2_GEN unit to the corresponding 3-Phase 230Vac output power terminals (L1_Red, L2_White and L3_Blue) of the generator.

ii) Dual Generator Site

First refer to figure 2 in section 2 above. Connect the 4 screw terminals of the MAINS input on the SAM2_GEN unit to the
corresponding 3-Phase utility 230Vac mains supply input terminals (N-Black, L1_Red, L2_White and L3_Blue) in the generator at
the Point of Entry of the utility 230Vac supply. Connect the 3 screw terminals of the GEN input on the SAM2_GEN unit to the
corresponding 3-Phase utility 230Vac output power terminals (L1_Red, L2_White and L3_Blue) of the generator that is feeding the
load (BTS cabin or RBS shelter).

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5.3 InteliLite AMF25 Panel Wiring
The diagram shown below indicates the screw terminal connection points on the InteliLite AMF-25 panel

N L1 L2 L3 N L1 L2 L3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Generator ac Utility Mains ac Binary Inputs

Common Ground Point Binary Outputs Emergency Stop


K117 3 4 5 6 7 K109

Refer to diagram above and make the following connections between the SAM2_GEN controller unit Krone blocks, the InteliLite
AMF25 panel and the alarm relay screw terminals:

Name AMF25-Name Krone Block AMF25 Comments


Generator 1 Wiring:
GEN1 Run ----------- KB2/3/A/B GN/WH X103/104 Connect to screw terminals X103 & X104 (Relay NO)
GEN1 Fault Alarm KB2/1/A/B BL/WH X105/106 Connect to screw terminals X105 & X106 (Relay NO)
GEN1 Remote Test KB1/7/A O/Yel BIN I/P 3 Connect directly to BIN I/P 3 on AMF25 panel.
Remote Start Notes: BIN I/P 3 must not be connected to any other leads, BIN I/P 4 and BIN I/P 5 must be Open Circuit
GEN1 FaultResButton KB1/9/A/B BN/Yel BIN I/P 6 Connect directly to BIN I/P 6 on AMF25 panel, and link
Remote Reset Remote AUTO BIN I/P 7 BIN I/P 6 to BIN I/P 7
Mains on Load MCB Relay KB1/1/A/B BL/BK COM/NC Connect across COM and NC on MCB relay
GEN1 on Load GCB Relay KB1/2/A/B O/BK COM/NO Connect across COM and NO on GCB relay
GEN1 Temp Water Temp KB1/3/A/B GN/BK BIN O/P 6 Connect directly to BIN O/P 6 on AMF25 panel
GEN1 Oil Oil Pressure KB1/4/A/B BN/BK BIN O/P 5 Connect directly to BIN O/P 5 on AMF25 panel
GEN1 Door ----------- KB2/2/A/B O/WH ----------- Wiring for GEN 1 door switches, refer to section 3.3
Emergency Stop + DC Power I/P GR/BK K109 GEN1 ES: Connect I/P 1 on SAM2_GEN Unit to K109
GEN1 Low Fuel ----------- KB1/6/A/B BL/Yel X107/108 Connect to screw terminals X107 & X108 (Relay NO)
Note: The GND (negative B) leg of all the cable pairs must be terminated on the Common Ground Point of the AMF25 panel
Generator 2 Wiring:
GEN2 Run ----------- KB/2/8/A/B GN/RD X103/104 Connect to screw terminals X103 & X104 (Relay NO)
GEN2 Fault Alarm KB2/6/A/B BL/RD X105/106 Connect to screw terminals X105 & X106 (Relay NO)
GEN2 Remote Test KB1/8/A GN/Yel BIN I/P 3 Connect directly to BIN I/P 4 on AMF25 panel.
Remote Start Notes: BIN I/P 3 must not be connected to any other leads, BIN I/P 4 and BIN I/P 5 must be Open Circuit
GEN2 FaultResButton KB1/9/A/B BN/Yel BIN I/P 6 Connect directly to BIN I/P 6 on AMF25 panel, and link
Remote Reset Remote OUTO BIN I/P 7 BIN I/P 6 to BIN I/P 7
GEN2 on Load GCB Relay KB3/1/A/B BL/WH COM/NO Connect across COM and NO on GCB relay
GEN2 Temp Water Temp KB3/2/A/B O/WH BIN O/P 6 Connect directly to BIN O/P 6 on AMF25 panel
GEN2 Oil Oil Pressure KB3/3/A/B GN/WH BIN O/P 5 Connect directly to BIN O/P 5 on AMF25 panel
GEN2 Door ----------- KB2/7/A/B O/RD ----------- Wiring for GEN 2 door switches, refer to section 3.3
Emergency Stop + DC Power I/P BN/WH K109 GEN2 ES: Connect I/P 2 on SAM2_GEN Unit to K109
GEN2 Low Fuel ----------- KB3/5/A/B GR/WH X107/108 Connect to screw terminals X107 & X108 (Relay NO)
Notes: The GND (negative B) leg of all the cable pairs must be terminated on the Common Ground Point of the AMF25 panel.
KB1/7/B, KB/1/8/B and KB/1/9/B must be grounded eg. Connect to the Common Ground Point of the AMF25 panel.
Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control Relay Contact Links: Set links in Normally Open (NO) position

Note: Remove wire leads K131 and K133 from AMF25 screw terminals, insulate the bare terminal and cable tie (Do Not Cut)
5.4 Generator Start/Stop/Reset Control - Relay Contact Link Setting
The generator start/stop control relay contact links on both the SAM2_Gen unit and the SAM2_CTL Krone block cable termination
board must be set in the normally open (NO) positions for generators with an InteliLite AMF25 control panel.

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5.5 Programming the InteliLite AMF25 Panel
The InteliLite AMF-25 Panel must be programmed with version V2.6 firmware in order to ensure the SAM2 system will be able to
regain control of the AMF25 panel irrespective of the operating mode that maintenance personnel may leave the unit in after
servicing the genset.

A SAM2 system application specific configuration file must be downloaded after the unit has been reprogrammed using the V2.6
firmware. This will ensure all the relevant setpoints parameters and I/O configuration are loaded for optimal inter-operation between
the AMF25 panel and the SAM2 system.

Important Points to Note:


a) The 12Vdc supply to the InteliLite AMF-25 panel must not be interrupted during the programming and configuration
procedure.
b) Ensure that the Laptop PC battery is in a fit state to power the PC during the entire programming and configuration
procedure.
c) Ensure that the serial port cable is not disconnected during the programming and configuration procedure.
d) A cross-over (Null-Modem) DB-9 female-to-female serial port cable is required for the programming and configuration
procedure.
e) Always save separate configuration files before reprogramming with revision V2.6 firmware and after making
configuration changes.
f) The InteliLite LiteEdit 2.4.1 version software application is required to communicate with AMF25 panels already
programmed using the revision V2.4 firmware. LiteEdit revision V1.3 software does not communicate with AMF25
panels programmed with V2.4 or V2.6 firmware.

The following steps should be followed to reprogram the AMF25 panel and load the correct configuration file.
Install the LiteEdit software application on your PC.
Save the existing configuration file for future reference.
Reprogram the AMF25 control panel using the revision V2.6 firmware.
Load the SAM2 system specific configuration file on the InteliLite AMF25 Panel
Verify that the AMF25 panel is configured and operational.
Save the new configuration file for future reference.
5.6 Installing the LiteEdit Application Software
The LiteEdit software application must be installed on a PC in order to reprogram and configure the AMF25 control panel, follow the
steps listed below:

a) Locating the InteliLite LiteEdit Installer Program

Locate the InteliLite LiteEdit software application Installer executable program (e.g. the IL2.4_LE2.4.1.EXE) file saved in the
INTELILITE AMF25 Inala SAM2 Updates document folder on the PC desktop. Refer to the following 2 screenshots:

INTELILITE AMF25 Inala SAM2 Updates Document Folder

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b) Install the LiteEdit Software Application Program

Install the InteliLite LiteEdit software application using the IL2.4_LE2.4.1.EXE Installer executable program located in the
InteliLite document folder. Refer to the following screenshots:

LiteEdit Software Application IL2.4_LE2.4.1.EXE Installer program

Select Complete and click Next.

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Click Install.

Click Install

NB! Select NO to continue.

Select NO

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Select YES to create a shortcut to the LiteEdit software application program on the PC desktop.

Click Finish to complete the installation process for the LiteEdit software application program.

The installation process is complete and the LiteEdit software application is ready to be used, however the V2.6 revision firmware
must first be imported before the InteliLite AMF25 panel can be reprogrammed for operation together with the SAM2 system, refer to
the following section

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5.7 Importing Revision V2.6 Firmware
After the LiteEdit software application program has been installed using the IL2.4_LE2.4.1.EXE executable file, the revision V2.6
firmware must first be imported for optimal operation between the InteliLite AMF25 panel and the SAM2 system. Refer to the
following two screenshots:

Run the LiteEdit software application, select the Options menu tab and click on the Import Firmware option:

Click on the Browse button and navigate to the IL-2.6r1.iwe firmware file located in the Inala Default Templates document
folder. Select the file and click the Open button.

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Complete the firmware import process by clicking the Import button as indicated in the screenshot below:

The firmware importing process is now complete; the LiteEdit software application is ready to be used to reprogram the InteliLite
AMF control panel with revision V2.6 firmware and configuration file that has been specifically created for operation with the Inala
SAM2 system.

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5.8 Downloading V2.6 Firmware
The InteliLite AMF25 Panel must be programmed with version V2.6 firmware to ensure the SAM2 system will be able to regain
control of the AMF25 panel irrespective of the operating mode maintenance personnel leave the unit in after servicing the genset.

A SAM2 system application specific configuration file must be downloaded. This will ensure all the relevant setpoints parameters
and I/O configuration are loaded for optimal inter-operation between the AMF25 panel and the SAM2 system.

Important Points to Note:

a) The 12Vdc supply to the InteliLite AMF-25 panel must not be interrupted during the programming and configuration
procedure.
b) Ensure that the Laptop PC battery is in a fit state to power the PC during the entire programming and configuration
procedure.
c) Ensure that the serial port cable is not disconnected during the programming and configuration procedure.
d) A cross-over (Null-Modem) DB-9 female-to-female serial port cable is required for the programming and configuration
procedure.
e) Always save separate configuration files before reprogramming with revision V2.6 firmware and after making
configuration changes.
f) The InteliLite LiteEdit 2.4.1 version software application is required to communicate with AMF25 panels previously
programmed using the revision V2.4 firmware. LiteEdit revision V1.3 software does not communicate with AMF25
panels programmed with V2.4 or 2.6 firmware.

Note: The InteliLite AMF25 panel must be in the OFF MODE in order to download firmware and/or configuration, the following
steps are recommended:

Switch off the 12Vdc supply to the InteliLite AMF25 panel using either the On/Off switch or the Emergency button.
Unplug the 4-Way screw terminal connector from the Start and Fuel Solenoid relay outputs on the InteliLite AMF25 panel
Unplug the 7-Way Binary Inputs screw terminal connector from the InteliLite AMF25 panel
Switch on the 12Vdc supply to the InteliLite AMF25 panel (On/Off switch or restore the emergency button).
Switch the InteliLite AMF25 panel to the OFF MODE using the front panel keys.
Alternatively run the LiteEdit software and refer to the following screenshot to switch the InteliLite AMF25 panel to the OFF
MODE: Connect to the InteliLite AMF25 panel using the Open Direct menu icon. Select the Setpoints menu option and
in the Basic Settings group set the Mode IL option to OFF.

InteliLite AMF25 in OFF MODE

The InteliLite AMF25 panel should now be in the OFF Mode, follow the procedure described below to download the revision V2.6
firmware and to re-configure the InteliLite AMF25 panel.

Note: If the InteliLite AMF25 panel does not switch to the OFF mode using the procedures described above, verify that
the binary input configuration is not preventing it from switching to the OFF mode i.e. if a binary input is configured for
Remote Test and NC, the InteliLite AMF25 panel will remain in TEST mode as long as that binary input is open-circuit.

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To reprogram the InteliLite AMF25 panel and download configuration perform the following: Run the LiteEdit software and connect
using the Open Direct menu option. Click the Password icon, enter the password (0 - numeric zero) and click Ok.

1 Open Direct Icon 2 Password Icon

Type 0

To download firmware: Select Controller menu option, click on Programming and Cloning followed by Programming

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Select the 2.6 InteliLite version AMF25 for the AMF25 panel and click Ok, click YES to switch to OFF mode. Note: If the
InteliLite AMF25 panel will not switch to the OFF Mode, refer to the beginning of section 5.8 where the procedure for switching the
InteliLite AMF25 panel is described.

Refer to the following screenshot: Click NO in order to retain the exiting Setpoint configuration on the AMD25 panel:

Click NO Button

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If the InteliLite AMF25 controller is in the OFF Mode, the firmware will start downloading and a progress bar will be visible.

Programming Progress Bar

When the Programming was Correct message will is displayed, click the Ok button,.

Click OK Button

The firmware download process is now complete; the next step is to download a new configuration file.

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To download the configuration file: Click the Folder icon, navigate to the INALA Template IL-AMF25 v26 20jun088
configuration file in the Inala Default document folder, select the file and click Open button.

If the existing configuration file has not been saved, click Yes, if the file was saved prior to reprogramming, click No

Select NO if the original


config file has been saved.

If the original config file was not saved


Click YES to save the original config
file for future reference!

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In order to download the setpoint configuration and control function configuration to the InteliLite AMF25 panel, click Ok.

Click OK

NB! Click YES to overwrite the existing Setpoint configuration as indicated in the following screenshot:

Click YES

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If the InteliLite AMF25 controller is in the OFF Mode, the config file will start downloading, a progress bar will be visible as shown
in the screenshot below. When the configuration downloading process is complete, click the OK button.

When Config Download Process is complete


the Information Window will appear

Click OK

Config Download Process Progress Bar

The Information Window displayed in the screenshot shown below indicates which Setpoints were not overwritten

Information Screen indicates


Setpoints not overwritten

Click OK

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Ensure the AMF25 panel ControllerMode setpoint is set for AUTO Mode, refer to the following screenshot:.

Ensure ControllerMode Setpoint


is set for AUTO Mode

Switch the 12Vdc supply to InteliLite AMF25 panel off and on again in order to ensure that the newly downloaded
configuration is loaded from memory and in use

On the AMF25 front panel verify that the unit is in AUTO mode before the SAM2 Unit starts the genset.

Mode Control
Buttons
AUTO Mode

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5.8.1 Analog Input Configuration
The 3 analog inputs must be verified and if necessary configured as follows:

Run a second instance of LiteEdit software and open the original configuration file that was saved before the InteliLite AMF-25 panel
was programmed using the revision V2.6 firmware.

Double click on the Analog Input of the original configuration to verify whether the sensors used on the engine are binary or
analog.

Note: If any of the sensors used on the engine are an analog type, the characteristic curve parameters need to be verified,
refer to the following section for this procedure.

The configuration of all 3 analog inputs must be verified and changed where necessary.

Configure the 3 analog inputs by copying the information obtained from the original configuration file, the screen shot below is
included as a reference example.

When configuring the analog inputs verify the following:

Alarm or Not Used


Select the name i.e. oil pressure, water temperature or fuel.
Configuration i.e. analog, binary or tri-state.
If analog select the curve, i.e. A, B or C.
Contact type, i.e. NC or NO

Comments:

Analog Input 1: This input is normally reserved for the engine oil pressure sensor
Analog Input 2: This input is normally reserved for the engine water temperature sensor
Analog Input 3: This input is normally reserved for the fuel tank level sensor, this input is often not used.

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5.8.2 Analog Sensor Curve Parameter Configuration
If the analog sensors (Not binary switches) are used, verify that the selected curve characteristics match those of the curve used in
the original configuration file.

If necessary modify the curve primary characteristics to match those of the curve used in the original configuration file. Note points
can be added or removed.

Modify Analog Sensor Curves


Comments:

The analog sensor characteristics curves are modified by changing the existing entered Primary and Converted values.
Click the Add button to insert additional Primary value points.
Click the Remove button to delete unwanted Primary value points.

Exit and save the analog sensor characteristics by clicking the 2 OK buttons

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5.8.3 Comparing Alternate Setpoint Parameter Configuration Files
Follow the process described below to if there is a need to compare the newly downloaded setpoint parameters with those of a
previously saved configuration file:

a) Opening an Alternative Setpoint Configuration File

Run the LiteEdit application program, connect to the IteliLite AMF25 panel, click on the Setpoints icon to open Setpoints
window.

Now click on the Setpoints icon and select the Open Alternate Setpoint option. Navigate to the previously saved configuration
file that will be used for comparison.

Verify the following setpoint parameters and change when necessary:

i) Basic Settings:
Gen-Set-Name, InteliLite may be replaced with the Site Name
Verify the Nominal Power is correct, i.e. 13 or 16kW?
Verify the Nominal Current is correct, i.e. 20 or 25A?

ii) Engine Protection:


Verify that the NextServiceTime is correct, i.e. 233Hrs?

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b) Password Protection

Run the LiteEdit application program, connect to the IteliLite AMF25 panel, click on the Password icon and enter the password
(i.e. 0), click on the Modify icon and open the appropriate window, click on the Setpoints-Password button to open the
password protection widow.

1 2 3

Password
Protection
Disabled

Password protection should be disabled on the following 2 setpoint parameters:

i) Basic Settings: Mode iL, this provides maintenance personnel the ability to change operating modes from the front panel keys.

ii) Engine Protection: NextServiceTime, this provides maintenance personnel the ability to change reset the next service
interval time back to 250 hours.

End of Section 5

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Appendix A: Wiring For FG Wilson Generator/Olympian - Power Wizard 1.0 AMF Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to FG Wilson/Olympian generators equipped with PowerWizard 1 controller

Gen Fault: Wire no 88 on the top terminal strip (Fig.1)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run:Wire no 90 on the top terminal strip (Fig.1)
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Wire no 5&24 At the bottom terminal strip connection Points 1 and 2 refer to diagram 2 below.
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: +12V on terminal block wire 1+ position 1
Ground on terminal strip wire number 5 (diagram 1 below)
Note: Direct on battery is the best.

When making the connections the wires on positions 40 and 27 on the controller side (marked on the connector) and with the
numbers 7 on both wires should be cut off and joined together and connect these joined wires to ground number 5 on terminal strip.
Refer to diagram 3 below.

The controller should be programmed for the following configuration.

Digital selector # 4 should be configured for user 3 (Generator Running)


Digital selector # 3 should be configured for user 1 (Generator Alarm)

To program these parameters follow the following steps.


1) Go to Main Menu the arrow.
2) Use the  arrow to go to Configure.
3) Press the  arrow to enter the Configure sub menu.
4) Use the  arrow to go to Setpoints.
5) Press the  arrow to enter the Setpoints sub menu.
6) Use the arrow to go to Other.
7) Press the  arrow to enter the Other sub menu.
8) Use the  arrow to go to Digital Selectors.
9) Press the arrow to enter the Digital Selectors sub menu.
10) Use the  arrow to go to Digital Selector #3.
11) Press the  arrow to select Digital Selector #3 to be changed.
12) Press the  arrow again to select the User for Digital Selector #3.
13) Use  arrows to change to User 1 for Digital Selector #3.
14) Press the  arrow to set new setting.
15) Press the to go back to Digital Selectors.
16) Use the  arrow to go to Digital Selector #4.
17) Press the  arrow to select Digital Selector #4 to be changed.
18) Press the  arrow again to select the User for Digital Selector #4.
19) Use  arrows to change to User 3 for Digital Selector #4.
20) Press the  arrow to set new setting.
21) Press the Engine Logo button to exit menu.

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To change language from French to English:

1) Go to Main Menu the arrow.


2) Use the  arrow to go down 6 places to Preferences
3) Press the  arrow to enter the menu.
4) Use the  arrow to go down 5 places to Language.
5) Press the  arrow to enter menu and select English.

Diagram 1: Generator Fault, Run and 12Vdc Supply Wiring:

Gen Fault
Wire no 88

12V Supply Wires 1


+ and 5 negative Gen Running
Wire no 90

Diagram 2: Remote Start Wiring:

Remote Start
Wires no 5 / 24

Diagram 3: Alarm Common Ground Wiring:

Wires on position 27 and 40 on controller, cut and join together


then connect to Battery negative, number 5 on top terminal strip

Ensure that the controller is in AUTO Mode after completing the installation by pressing the yellow button in the middle.

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Appendix B: Wiring For Access 2000 Generator Controller
This section describes the installation details applicable to Access 2000 generators controller.

Gen Fault: Wire no 70 on terminal strip or wire 20


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Install 240V AC Relay, power-up relay from the generator supply Live and Neutral.Connect the Run
signal across the N/O and Com contact of the relay.
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Wire no 5&24 At the bottom terminal strip connection points 1 and 2
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: +12V on terminal block wire 1 position 1
Ground on terminal strip wire number 5 position 5
Note: Directly on battery is the best.

Ensure that the controller is in AUTO Mode after completing the installation by pressing the yellow button.

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Appendix C: Wiring For GC-M01 Generator Controller
This section describes the installation details applicable to GC-M01 generators controller.

Gen Fault: Connect to number 12 on the back of CGM01 controller, refer to diagram 2 below.
Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Connect (1) Common contact to A-leg of Generator Running contact on generator controller. Connect (2) N/O
contact to B-leg of Generator Running contact on generator controller (refer to diagram 1).
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Refer to diagram 1 below; Connect the coil (3) to the A-leg of the Remote Start contact on generator controller.
Connect the B-leg of the Remote Start contact on generator controller to a battery Negative or the (B-) terminal.
Connect the coil (4) to the battery Positive (B+) Connect (5) Com contact to a battery Negative (B). Connect (6)
N/C contact to the (BLC) terminal.
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best.

Diagram 1: Gen Run Relay Wiring

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Diagram 1: Gen Run Fault Alarm Wiring

Remember to switch the selector switch to the Automatic Running Mode after installation.

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Appendix D: Wiring For Diesel Electric Generator Controller with AMF25 Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Diesel Electric Services generator equipped with AMF25 control panel

Gen Fault: Binary Output 7 on back of controller.


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Position wires 9 and 10 on terminal strip. (Refer to Diagram 1)
Gen on Load: Binary Output 3
Gen Temp: Binary Output 6
Gen Oil Press: Binary Output 5
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Binary Input 3
Mains on load: Binary Output 4
Remote Reset: Binary Output 7 (Connect Binary Input 6 to Binary Input 7)
12Volt Supply: Connect to J3B battery +12volt (Positive). (Refer to Diagram 2)
Connect to J2 battery 12Volt (Ground). (Refer to Diagram 2)

Binary Inputs 4 and 5 must be open circuit


Make sure to wire according to the AMF 25 for InteliLite, e.g. remove wires as mentioned in manual for InteliLite wiring.

Note: Programming is the same as for all other InteliLites AMF25 panels. (Gen Logic)

Diagram 1 Diagram 2

Gen Running

+12Volt Supply

- 12Volt Supply

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Appendix E: Wiring For Deep Sea Electronics DSE704 and DSE4120 Control Panels
This section describes the installation details applicable to Deep Sea Electronics DSE704 and DSE4120 generator control panels.

Gen Fault: Not supported (Still to determine will advice.)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Position number 3 on back of controller.
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Position number 12 on back of controller.
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best.

Note: Both the jumpers inside the SAM generator controller and the main SAM controller need to be moved to N/C position and the
Remote Start should be wired as indicated in diagram 1 below. Also set the start pulse duration on the Main SAM controller under
the Generator/Power screen to 60 seconds.

Diagram 1: Wiring for SAM2 Normally Open (NO) Remote Start Relay Contact

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Configuring the Deep Sea Controllers
Note: When wiring is done configure the DSE controller for Simulated Mains mode. If the generator does not start with the
controller in Simulated Mains mode, configure the rest of the set points as shown below.

Remote start function should be set to Simulated mains.

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Start Delay should be set to 0 seconds.

Warm-up timer should be set to 5 seconds.

Remember to leave the controller in auto mode by pressing the auto button.

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Appendix F: Wiring For Lister Petter Generator with DSE5210 Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Lister Petter Generator equipped with the Deep Sea Electronics
DSE5210 AMF control panels.

Gen Fault: Not supported (Contact Inala for advice.)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Install 240V AC Relay, power-up relay from the generator supply Live and Neutral. Connect the Run
signal across the Normally Open (NO) and Com contact of the relay (refer to diagram 2).
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: On position 5&6 on terminal strip B (refer to diagram 1).
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best.

Remember to leave the controller in the Auto Mode.

Diagram 1: Generator Remote Start Wiring

Remote Start

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Diagram 2: Generator Run Signal Relay Wiring

Gen Running
Com and N/O
contact

Generator 230Vac
output supply

Remember to leave the controller in auto mode by pressing the auto button.

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Appendix G: Wiring For LCP2 Generator Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Generator equipped with the LCP2 control panels.

Gen Fault: Not supported (Still to determine will advice.)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Install 240V AC Relay, power-up relay from the generator supply Live and Neutral. Connect the Run
signal across the N/O and Com contact of the relay.
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Wire no 8 & 24; On the bottom terminal strip connection Points 1 and 2
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: +12V on terminal block wire 1 position 1 Ground on terminal strip wire number 5 position 5
Direct on battery is the best.

Remember to leave the generator in Auto mode by switching the switch to the right.

End of Appendix G

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Appendix H: Wiring For Lovato 31 RGAM 12 Generator Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Generator equipped with the Lovato RGAM AMF control panel.

Gen Fault: Wires 41 & 43 NO - contact (Refer to diagram 2)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Wires 44 & 46 (SET Run/Low Oil Relay) NO - contact (Refer to diagram 2)
Gen on Load: Wires PC1 & PC2 (Plant on load) (Refer to diagram 2)
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: Wire no 211 orange from controller (Refer to diagram 1)
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed. Wires 51 & 52 NC - contact (Refer to diagram 2)
Remote Star: Wires 10 & 200 (Remote Start/Stop) (Refer to diagram 2)
Mains on load: Wires MC1 & MC2 (Mains On Load) (Refer to diagram 2)
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best.

Diagram 1: Emergency Stop Signal Wiring

Emergency Stop:
Wire Lead 211

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Diagram 2: Alarm Signal Wiring

Two parameters need to be changed on the controller to be able to control the generator from the SAM2, these two parameters is
parameter 43 and 49.

Parameter P.43 (Mains Control) should be set to 2 (Disabled).


Parameter P.49 (Remote Start) should be set to 0 (Remote starting).

To have access to advanced setup, place the unit in OFF mode keep OFF button pressed and pressed then push the
SELECT/RESET and GEN buttons and hold for 5 seconds. The setup is displayed with P.20 indicating the setting to be modified.

To go to the parameter to be changed use the GEN button to go up and the MAINS button to go down. When parameter is selected
use the STOP and START buttons to move the setting up or down till the required value is displayed. Press the OFF button to store
all changed values.

Remember to leave the controller in the Auto Mode when all wiring and settings have been done.

End of Appendix H

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Appendix I: Wiring For Lovato RGAM Generator Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Generator equipped with the Lovato RGAM AMF control panel.

Gen Fault: From the Remote alarm Com and N/O contact on terminal strip (Refer to diagram 1)
Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: From the Gen Running position on terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 1)
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: From position 10 on back of controller. (Refer to diagram 2)
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: From 12V DC battery supply on terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 1)

Diagram 1: Alarm Signal Wiring


Gen Fault

Gen Running

12V DC Supply

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Diagram 2: Generator Remote Start Signal Wiring

Remote Start

Two parameters need to be changed on the controller to be able to control the generator from the SAM2, these two parameters is
parameter 43 and 49.

Parameter P.43 (Mains Control) should be set to 2 (Disabled).


Parameter P.49 (Remote Start) should be set to 0 (Remote starting).

To have access to advanced setup, place the unit in OFF mode keep OFF button pressed and pressed then push the
SELECT/RESET and GEN buttons and hold for 5 seconds. The setup is displayed with P.20 indicating the setting to be modified.

To go to the parameter to be changed use the GEN button to go up and the MAINS button to go down. When parameter is selected
use the STOP and START buttons to move the setting up or down till the required value is displayed. Press the OFF button to store
all changed values.

Remember to leave the controller in the Auto Mode when all wiring and settings have been done.

End of Appendix I

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Appendix J: Wiring For RV Engineering (Lovato) Generator Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to RV Engineering Generator control panel.

Gen Fault: Wires 29 and 31 N/O contact on terminal strip (Refer to diagram 2)
Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Wire number 205 on N/O contact side of Set Running Relay. (Refer to diagram 3)
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed. (Refer to diagram 1)
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Wire number 200 and green wire on terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2)
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported

Diagram 1: Alarm Signal Wiring

Emergency Stop

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Diagram 2: Alarm Signal AND Remote Start Signal Wiring

Gen Alarm

Remote Start

Diagram 3: Generator Run Signal Wiring

Gen Running

After connections are made the VR controller of the generator needs to be set to operate in the Remote Start position.

1) Start with battery power ON but display OFF.


2) Press SET button for 5 seconds until [ ] appears.
3) Still holding SET button, also press SELECT button. The address of the first parameter, 01 appears blinking.
4) Press SELECT button to go to the next address.
5) Press SET button to see current parameter value.
6) Press SELECT button to return to step 4.

Programming new values.

1) Examine current parameter value (Continue step (5) of previous procedure)


2) Press SET button for 5 seconds until first value changed. This step is only required ones per programming session.
3) Press SET button to reach new value.

Changed parameter 03 NETUP it should be set to 0. (Response to mains-failure in automatic mode).

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Appendix K: Wiring For Atlas Copco Qc3001 Generator Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to Atlas Copco Qc3001 Generator control panel.

Gen Fault: Not supported (Still to determine will advice.)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Install 240V AC Relay, power-up relay from the generator supply Live and Neutral. Connect the Run
signal across the Normally Open (NO) and Com contact of the relay (Refer to diagram 1)
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed, if switch is available.
Gen Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: On position 9 and 10 of the X25 terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2) Connect 9 to the A-leg of Krone
position and 10 to the B-leg of Krone, for Generator Remote Start position
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Not supported
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best.

Mains Lines: Connect Neutral to terminal 1 on X25 terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2)
Connect L1 to terminal 2 on X25 terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2)
Connect L2 to terminal 4 on X25 terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2)
Connect L3 to terminal 5 on X25 terminal strip. (Refer to diagram 2)

The controller should be programmed for the Load Take Over Mode along with Auto Mode to enable the Remote Start/Stop signal
positions 9 and 10 on the X25 terminal strip.

Diagram 1: Generator Run Signal Relay Wiring

Gen Running
Com and N/O
contact

Generator 230Vac
output supply

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Diagram 2: Generator Remote Start Signal and Utility 230Vac Supply Wiring

Remote Start
Utility 230Vac Signal
Mains Leads

Remember to leave the controller in auto mode by pressing the auto button.

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Appendix L: Wiring For SDMO Generator with NEXYS Control Panel
This section describes the installation details applicable to SDMO Generator with a MICS NEXYS control panel.

Refer also to section 4 above.

Gen Fault: Connect to position 4&6 on Relay pack. (Fig.1)


Gen Door: From switch supplied.
Gen Run: Connect to position 7&9 on relay pack. (Fig.1)
Gen on Load: Not supported
Gen Temp: Not supported
Gen Oil Press: Not supported
Emergency Stop: From switch on the side where +12Volt signal falls away when pushed or from connector B11. (Fig.1)
Low Fuel: Not connected as Inala fuel probe is installed.
Remote Start: Connect to connector B13 on panel. (Fig.1)
Mains on load: Not supported
Remote Reset: Refer to Section 4 above for connecting the SAM2 Remote Reset Signal.
12Volt Supply: Direct on battery is the best (Across wire leads 30 and 31, refer to section 4 above).

To Program Controller for Remote Start if not already in Auto:

1) Stop generator by using stop (red) button.


2) Press the enter button (button with a arrow turning to the right) till the LCD display shows the RPM and battery voltage.
3) Press the Stop and Enter buttons simultaneously and keep them in till the display starts flashing with a frequency indication
parameter. Release the buttons.
st
4) By using the Enter button scroll through the menu till the 1 aut indication appears, this parameter should be set at 1. To
change if not on 1 press the Stop button till value changes to 1(one with a hour glass next to it)
5) Use the Enter button again to move to a second aut (r Es) indication, this parameter should also be set to a value of 1(one) by
means of pressing the Stop button.
6) Now leave panel to reset and return to the main display of RPM and Battery Voltage. On this screen the AUT will be
appearing on the bottom left and should be flashing, indicating that the generator controller is ready for Remote Starting.

Diagram 1: Generator Control Signal Relay Wiring

Gen Fault
Signal

Emergency
Stop Signal

Remote Start
Signal Gen Run
Signal
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Appendix M: Wiring For Older Type SDMO Generator with Auto A50 Control Panel
This document describes the procedure for installing the Inala SAM2_GEN (SAM2 Generator controller) unit to monitor and control
the Older Type SDMO generator together with the SDMO Auto A50 control panel. It should be used in conjunction the following
document:

Electric Wiring Diagram: Auto A50 Control Panel (Client Reference: CTL-31614103601NE) Dated 27/Nov/2000.

The diagram depicted in diagram 1 below shows the wiring connection points on the SDMO Auto A50 Control Panel for the following
signals points

Generator Remote Start Signal Input


Generator Run Signal Output
KPLC (Mains) 230Vac Input
Generator 230Vac Output
Generator fault/Alarm Signal Output

Diagram 1: SAM2_GEN Generator Controller System Reference Model

Generator Run Signal Generator 230Vac Output


Connection Point Connection Point
KPLC 230Vac (Mains) Generator Remote Start
Connection Point Connection Point

Generator Fault/Alarm
Connection Point

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Wiring connections
Make the following wiring connections between the SAM2_GEN control unit and SDMO Auto A50 Control Panel:

a) SAM2_GEN control Unit 12Vdc Supply

Connect the 12Vdc supply output from the generator battery (wire leads marked 30 for +12V and 31 for GND) to the +12V and
GND screw terminals of the SAM2_GEN unit as shown in the diagram below.

Note: Connect the SAM2_GEN control unit 12Vdc supply directly to the generator battery terminals. Alternatively, if a separate 12V
battery supply is available (i.e. backup supply for the Siemens Logo, Electric fence or intrusion alarm system) it can be used to
power the SAM2_GEN control unit.

+12V (30)

BATTERY

GND (31)

b) KPLC (Mains) 230Vac Input Connection

Refer to figure 1; Connect the live (L) and neutral (N) wires of the KPLC (mains) 230Vac supply from the input side (bottom) of
contactor 4KM6 to Mains screw terminals on the the SAM2_GEN control unit. Note: On single-phase sites loop L1 to L2 to L3.

c) Generator 230Vac Output Connection

Refer to figure 1; Connect the live (L) and neutral (N) wires of the generator 230Vac supply from the output side (top) of contactor
5KM18 to the GEN screw terminals on the SAM2_GEN control unit. Note: On single-phase sites loop L1 to L2 to L3.

d) Generator Run Signal

The generator run signal must be connected to a normally open (NO) output, i.e. when the generator is at rest (not starting or
running), the run signal must be either open circuit or at a positive potential with reference to ground. When the generator has
started and is running the run signal must be connected to ground (GND).

Refer to the picture above and the Electric Wiring Diagram in the Auto A50 Control Panel document; Relay 5KA24 is connected
across the generator 230Vac supply output and operates when the generator is started and running. The common and NO contacts
of relay 5KA24 are used to provide a Generator Run signal output. Connect as follows:

Relay 5KA24 NO contact (LHS Screw terminal 11, wire 137,) to: Krone block 2, pair 3, leg A KB2/3/B
Relay 5KA24 Common contact (Centre Screw terminal 14) to: Krone block 2, pair 3, leg B (GND) KB2/3/B

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e) Generator Remote Start Signal

Refer to the following picture and connect the generator remote start signal across pair 7 on Krone block one. Note the relay links on
the SAM2_GEN control unit must be in the NO position.

Generator Remote Start Input:


Connect across KB1/7/A-B
The generator remote start signal input is across screw terminals XUC-10 and XUC-11 (wire leads 141 and 155 respectively) on the
far right-hand-sided of the XUC terminal block.

f) Generator Fault/Alarm Signal

Refer to the following picture and connect the generator fault/alarm signal from the screw terminal shown (3 and 4 from the top) to
Krone block 2, pair 1 across the A and B legs.

Generator Fault/Alarm Output:


Connect across KB2/1/A-B

Note: The generator fault/alarm output is a NC contact, thus the SAM2_CTL unit must be configured for a NC input for the GEN1
RUN, refer to the Alarm Configuration screen of the SAM2_ECT software application.

g) Utility 230Vac Fail Control

Refer to sheet 004 and sheet 009 of the SDMO Electric Wiring Diagram: Auto A50 Control Panel document.

On sheet 004 of the SDMO Auto A50 Control Panel document relay 4KA3 is connected across the live (L/R4) and neutral (N/N4) of
the KPLC (mains) 230Vac input lines. This relay detects when the KPLC (mains) supply fails and its contact closes to start the
generator (shown on sheet 009 and in figure 1 below).

The SAM2 remote start relay contact is connected across terminals XUC-10 and XUC-11, which are effectively in parallel with the
contact of relay 4KA3. Thus when either the SAM2 remote start relay contact or the SDMO Auto A50 4KA3 relay contact is closed
the generator will start.

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This will be a problem: The SAM2 unit will not start the generator when the site is in Hybrid power mode, but if KPLC mains fails at
this time the SDMO Auto A50 4KA3 relay contact will close and the generator will start. In order to prevent this problem Stripline
Link 9X15 must be removed (open).

In order to verify the operation described above perform the following test before the installation of the SAM2 generator controller:

1) Switch OFF the KPLC (mains) 230Vac supply, the generator should start, run and go On Load.
2) Switch ON the KPLC (mains) 230Vac supply, the generator should go Off Load, cool down and stop.
3) Remove the link across the Stripline Link 9X15.
4) Switch OFF the KPLC (mains) 230Vac supply, the generator should not start.

Diagram 2 : SDMO Auto A50 Control Panel Mains Fail Control Sheet 009

Stripline Link 9X15


Relay Contacts Relay 4KA3

SAM2 Remote
Start relay
contact across
XUC10/XUC11

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Appendix N: Controlling Gensets using Normally Closed Relay Contacts
Some gensets require a normally closed (NC) relay contact to control the start/stop function. The following diagram shows how the
two NC relay contacts are connected in series:

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Appendix O: SAM2 Genset Start/Stop/Rest Control Description
SAM2 Genset start/stop/reset operation.

Starting the Genset:


a) The SAM2 unit starts the genset by closing the relay contacts connects across KB1/7/A and KB1/7/B for the genset start pulse
duration (configured to 20 seconds for theAMF25 panel). AMF25 panel should indicate that it is in "Test" mode.

b) If the GEN Run signal activates (closing contact across KB2/3/A and KB2/3/B) within the 20 second interval indicating a running
genset, the start relay contact remains closed. AMF25 panel should continue to indicate that it is in "Test" mode.

c) The SAM2 unit now monitors the state of the AC Phase fail input, if this input clears within 90 seconds the generator is assumed
to have started, is running and generating 230Vac on all 3 phases.

d) If the Gen Run signal does not activate or the AC Phase alarm does not clear, the start signal is turned off for 30 seconds and the
cycle repeats.

e) The start attempt cycle is repeated 4 times, if the genset does not start after the 4th attempt, the "Gen Start Fail" alarm is
activated and the SAM2 stops attempting to start the genset.

f) The are a number of conditions that will reset the "Fail to Start Counter" in order for the SAM2 unit again attempt to start the
genset, Remote reset on the ECT software is one way to clear the "Fail to Start Counter". If activated the "Gen Start Fail" alarm will
only clear when the genset starts and runs for more than 90 seconds.

Note: The SAM2 unit is configured for 60 second genset start delay, this delay is operational when the Utility 230Vac power fails,
when the genset is started remotely from the ECT software there is no delay.

Note: The SAM2 Unit has an "Override Time-Out" period that is configurable from the ECT software on the Generato/Power screen.
This is normally set to 5 minutes. If a genset is started remotely from the ECT software it will run for the configured Override time-out
period, i.e. 5 minutes and then stop.

Stopping the Genset:


a) The SAM2 stops a genset by firstly opening the remote start relay contacts across KB1/7/A and KB1/7/B, the AMF25 panel will
very briefly switch to manual mode.

b) Almost immediately after the remote start relay contact is opened the remote reset relay contact across KB1/9/A and
KB1/9/B closes for 10 seconds. This action both resets the AMF panel fault condition and stops the genset by switching the AMF25
panel into "Off" mode for 10 seconds. When the remote reset relay contact across KB1/9/A and KB1/9/B opens the AMF25 panel
switches back to (and is locked in) manual mode. Thus the maintenance personell can start and stop the genset manually.

Note: The SAM2 unit is configured for 60 second genset stop delay, this delay is operational when the Utility 230Vac power clears,
when the genset is stopped remotely from the ECT software there is no delay.

Note: The SAM2 Unit has an "Override Time-Out" period that is configurable from the ECT software on the Generato/Power screen.
This is normally set to 5 minutes. If a running genset is stopped remotely from the ECT software it will stop for the configured
Override time-out period, i.e. 5 minutes and then re-start again automatically.

Resetting Fault on AMF25 Panel:


The fault condition on the AMF25 panel is reset remotely by closing the remote reset relay contact across KB1/9/A and KB1/9/B for
10 seconds.

Note: When the genset is reset remotely from the ECT software there is no delay, the genset stops immediately and the alarm is
reset.

Note: If a genset is started manually when it should not be running (i.e. site is in epcc mode or the Utility 230Vac power alarm is not
active), then the SAM2 unit will allow the genset to run for the override time-out period (5 minutes) and then stop it using the reset
signal.

Note: The start/stop/reset action described above has be tested in the lab on a testbox and in the field on various types of AMF
panels and is functioning reliably.

A simple way of testing the Start/Stop/Reset functions is via the ECT software:

1) If the genset is not running (i.e. site is in epcc mode or the Utility 230Vac power alarm is not active), click the Gen start button on
the ECT software, the genset should start and run for the override time-out period (5 minutes).

2) If the genset is not running (i.e. site is in epcc mode or the Utility 230Vac power alarm is not active), then AMF25 panel should be
in "MAN" mode, press the start button on the AMF25 panel, the genset should start and run for the override time-out period (5
minutes).

3) If the genset is running (i.e. site is not in epcc mode and the Utility 230Vac power alarm is active), click the Gen stop button on
the ECT software, the genset should stop for the override time-out period (5 minutes) and then restart automatically.

4) If the genset is running (i.e. site is not in epcc mode and the Utility 230Vac power alarm is active), click the Gen reset button on
the ECT software, the genset should stop immediately and restart automatically after about 60 seconds (genset start delay).

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APPENDIX P: Acronyms

AMF Automatic Mains Fail


BTS Base Transceiver Station
ECT Equipment Craft Terminal
SAM Site Asset Management System
EPCC Energy Conservation Mode

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