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Delta Power System ESAA300-CAA03

Jan. 02, 2019 Rev. 03


FAE Delta Electronics
Contents

1 Systems introduction

2 System installation

3 System operation & maintenance

4 Trouble shooting

5 Q&A

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ESAA300-CAA03 Power System
Main features
 System capacity: -54Vdc / 300A Max.
 AC Input: Three phases
- 380Vac, Three phases 5 wires (R, S, T, N, FG)
 Operating temperature range (ambient): 0 ~ +55 degree C
 DC distribution: MCB breaker (DIN rail )
-NPL breaker: 63A X 3
-PL breaker: 63A X 1, 16A X 7, extra space for C60
breaker
 Battery breaker: 125A x 3 (DIN rail )
 LVDS for battery and LPLD : 250A x 2
 Rectifier slots: 6 max. could be for 2.9KW module
 Controller: CSU 502 CANBUS
 Alarm relay: 6 positions
 Outline Dim.: (H*W*D): 274 x 435 x 345mm
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ESAA300-CAA03 Power System

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ESAA300-CAA03 Power System
0V Busbar

M4 x 0.7
screw x 17

M6 x 1
screw x 7

0V Bus bar

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Rectifier
1. OK (Green) :
ON: operating
OFF: No AC or rectifier shut down
Blinking: Rectifier standby mode or AC out of range

2. N.L (Yellow) :
ON: Output < 5%
OFF: Output > 5%
Blinking: Current limit mode
Lock OK COM
(both side)
N.L 3. COM (Green) :
(LED) ON: Communication successfully with CSU
OFF: Communication fail
Blinking: Start up

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Controller

LCD display
LED1
LED2

Button
Mini USB port (Up, Down, Enter and ESC)

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Delta Power System LVDS Behavior
Power System Battery Power System Battery
Rectifier Battery Volt Battery Volt
Volt (54V) (54V) (54V)
Energy Energy Energy Energy

BLVD BLVD
Battery Low Battery Low
Voltage Rectifier Voltage
Disconnect Volt (0V) Disconnect

Current Current
BLVD Sensor Sensor
Close BLVD
Close
LVDS2 LVDS2
Close Close

PL NPL PL NPL
Output (Load)
Output (Load)

Normal (AC) Discharge (AC break off)


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Delta Power System LVDS Behavior
Power System Battery Power System Battery

Energy Energy Battery Volt


Energy Energy
(46V)
Battery Volt
BLVD BLVD (42V)
Battery Low Battery Low
Rectifier Voltage Rectifier Voltage
Volt (0V) Disconnect Volt (0V) Disconnect

BLVD BLVD Trip (42V)


Close

LVDS2 Trip (46V) LVDS2


Open
X X X
PL NPL PL NPL
Output (Load) Output (Load)

Discharge (LVDS2 Trip) Discharge (BLVD Trip)


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Default Parameter Setting
I. PARAMETER SETTING Value Unit
1. Floating Voltage 54 Vdc
2. Boost/Equalizing Voltage 56.5 Vdc
Follow capacity battery installed in
3. Battery Capacity 150
system on sites
4. Max I charge 10% %
5. Temperature Compensation Enable Enable/disable
Coefficient 3 mV/C/cell
Reference Temp 25 C
6. LVDs - 1 (Battery) 43.2 Vdc
7. LVDs - 2 (NPL) 45 Vdc
8. DC Low Voltage Alarm 48 Vdc
9. DC High Voltage Alarm 58 Vdc
10. AC High Alarm 240 Vac
11. AC Low Alarm 200 Vac
12. Battery Temp High Alarm 45 C
13. Battery Temp Low Alarm 10 C
14. Temp Ambient High 45 C
15. Temp Ambient Low 0 C
16. External Alarm (DDF)
Relay 1 DC low
Relay 2 Main Failure & Arrester fail
Relay 3 CSU failure
Relay 4 Rectifier SMR failure
Relay 5 Load & battery Fuse alarm
Relay 6 Temperature alarm Trigger from TA and T batt

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LCD Display Operation Use The Keypad

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Manual tree
ESC ENTER

SMR status
Rectifier Batt. Info PeriodInfo
Properties
Parameter Manu - Test
User Sys Info Battery
Batt. Test Mode
DC V
Sys Alarm Alarm Info Temp.
Temp Status High – T
comp
Sys Config Major Linear Low - T
Boost
Minor Curve Runaway
Alarm ACV Profile
Relay
Admin ACV Boost Capacity M
Temp
DI Alarm V- Mode Mode Voltage M
Alar Reset Door O T- Mode Boost Stop Recharge M
Manu Periodic M
Event Log LVD IP Add Charg
Eff. Mgt Web IP Subnet
Buzzer Gateway
Door O FW Version
Com-F
B Test F
C-Fan F
SSM Com F
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Manual tree
ESC ENTER

CL FLV Start T
Status
Parameter EQUV Slope
Rectifier FixVolt Cycle
Capacity StopV
Batt. Test Date
User Max. Ib
Time
Same with Battery Temp. Start T
“User”Sys Info Perios Set
comp Status Slope
Manu StopV
Alarm Set DCV Boost Coef
Test Ref T Temp
Temp StopV
DCH Mode Upper
Sys Info Sys Config ACV DCL Lower
LV2
Door O Status
Admin Setting High T
Eff. Mgt TBH Status
Rema
TBL Low T Cap
Sys Alarm TAH Mode Status
Date/Time TAL Runaway Deep Volt
Linear

ACH Curve Capacity M Status


Alar Reset ACL
Alarm Voltage M Status
Boost M Cycle
Status Recharge M
Door O LCD set Time Boost Stop Date
Periodic M Time
Manu-
Password Charg Min.Ib
Duration

Status
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Manual tree
ESC ENTER

LVD V-Mode Trip - V


Rectifier Trip - T LVDS 1
Web IP T-Mode LVDS 2
LVDS 1 (O/F)
User Buzzer LVDS 2 (O/F) LVDS 3
Same with Battery IP Add LVDS 1 (O/F)
LVDS 3 (O/F)
“User”Sys Info Fuel Cell Subnet LVDS 2 (O/F)
Gateway LVDS 3 (O/F)
Alarm Set
Status
Status
Cycle Status
Sys Info Sys Config
Upper
Lower Com - F
Admin Setting Eff. Mgt B Test F
Date/Time
Sys Alarm C – Fan F
Date/Time
SSM Com F

Alar Reset
Alarm
Contrast
Door O LCD set
Language

Password

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Floating Voltage Setting

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Floating Voltage Setting

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Manual EQU

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Floating and EQU Charge
 Current vs. Voltage
Voltage Current
電電電電
Voltage
56V
54V

電電電電
Current

42V

t
0 T1 T2
0 ~ T1 : Constant Current
T1 ~ T2 : Constant Voltage ( Boost )
T2 ~ : Constant Voltage (Floating )

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Web Card Gui

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Home page_Web Card Gui

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System Operation by ARMS
- Cable Connection
ACU with USB interface

Series “A” plugs Series “mini-B” plugs CSU502


Laptop
(need USB driver installation)

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System Operation by ARMS
- USB Driver Installation
Step 1: Go to
http://www.silabs.com/products/mcu/Pages/USBtoUARTBridgeVCPDrivers.aspx
to download the USB driver installation file. Choose “VPC Driver Kit”.

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System Operation by ARMS
- USB Driver Installation

Step 2: Run the installation file

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System Operation by ARMS
- USB Driver Installation

Step 3: Follow the steps in the installation wizard to complete the installation

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System Operation by ARMS
- USB Driver Installation

Step 4: Select the installation location and click “Install”

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System Operation by ARMS
- USB Driver Installation

Step 5: A dialog confirms that the installation has been successfully completed. Click “OK”

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System Operation by ARMS
- Start ARMS SW
Use the following procedure to start the communication between the computer
and the CSU 502 controller.

Step 1: Connect the computer to the CSU 502 controller with a USB cable.
Step 2: Double-click the “ARMS_V3.12B01.exe” file to start the ARMS SW.
Step 3: Select the “LOCAL” item and the connection “COM” port on Login ARMS
dialog.

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System Operation by ARMS
- Start ARMS SW
Step 4: Once connect to CSU is OK. Select the Account: “User” item and enter
password to login ARAM.

User User

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System Operation by ARMS
- ARMS Screen Layout
Main Display Area for System
Configuration / Status
Monitoring and Setting

System Status
Monitoring

Manual Charge
Button

Batt. Capacity
Test Button

Alarm/Event
List

Example for training purpose


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System Operation by ARMS
- Battery Parameters
Battery Status
Monitoring and Setting

Battery Parameter

Example for training purpose


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2 System installation

Cabling ESAA300-CAA03 Power System


AC Cable
(3 phase -4W)
-48V Battery -48V Load
breaker breaker (PL)
-48V Load
0V Busbar breaker (NPL)
L3 L2 L1 N FG

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ESAA300-CAA03 Power System
AC Cabling for 3 phase

AC Main breaker AC Cable


(3 phase -4W)
L1
L2
L3 L3
L2
L1
N N
FG N Busbar

AC Grounding bar

ACPDB on site
(provide by customer)

Delta Recommendation size


cable AC input min 6mm

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ESAA300-CAA03 Power System
AC Cabling for Single phase

AC Main breaker
AC Cable
L1 (3 phase -4W)
L3
L2
L1 N
N
FG
L2
AC Grounding bar L3

ACPDB on site
(provide by customer)

Delta Recommendation size


cable AC input min 16mm

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ESAA300-CAA03
Alarm
Alarm cabling Relay
PIN Alarm Setting Alarm Description

1 COM

1 2 NC DC Low DC Low
3 NO
4 COM

2 5 NC AC/ SPD F Main Failure & AC SPD fail


6 NO
7 COM
CSU Hardware Failure
3 8 NC CSU Failure (Hardware setting can not
9 NO defined by yourself)
10 COM

4 11 NC RFA RFA=1; RFA>=1


12 NO
13 COM

5 14 NC B FusT/ L FusT B FusT/ L FusT


15 NO
16 COM

6 17 NC Temp Alarm TBH/TBL/TAH/TAL


18 NO
Relay 6 Relay 5 Relay 4 Relay 3 Relay 2 Relay 1

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ESAA300-CAA03
Put battery temperature (TB) sensor at top of bank 2 on battery block 3

Battery temperature Sensor

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3 System operation & maintenance

Quick Installation Guide 1


- Verify system controller’s time as refer to local country time.
- System controller’s battery capacity setting has to be changed to the value
according to the backup battery total capacity installed
- To reset the alarm (if there is any alarm shown but all system is normal
operating)
- In the event one or more of the rectifier modules has failed, an RFA fail
alarm is activated. Remove the faulty module.

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4 Trouble Shooting

Alarms and troubleshooting

a) AC Fail Alarms
- No AC input to rectifier system – rectifier is OFF
- Battery is in discharge mode
Possible cause:
1) Power system AC mains breaker tripped
2) AC outage (voltmeter to measure input voltage at mains breaker)

b) ACH (AC input high) Alarms – Rectifier restarts when AC normalize


- AC input voltage exceeds pre-defined ACH setting – rectifiers shutdown
- Battery in discharge mode
Possible cause:
1) High AC input voltage (voltmeter to measure input voltage)

c) ACL (AC input low) Alarms – rectifier restarts when AC normalize


- AC input voltage falls below pre-defined ACL setting – rectifiers shutdown
- Battery in discharge mode
Possible cause:
1) Low AC input voltage (voltmeter to measure input voltage)

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Trouble shooting
Alarms and troubleshooting

d) DCH (DC output voltage high) Alarms


- DC output voltage exceeds pre-defined DCH setting
Possible cause:
1) Rectifier output voltage out of tolerance – replace rectifier if needed
2) Check correct DCH setting on CSU

e) DCL (DC output voltage low) Alarms


- DC output voltage falls below pre-defined DCL setting
Possible cause:
1) Rectifier output voltage out of tolerance – replace rectifier if needed
2) Check correct DCL setting on CSU

f) RF (Rectifier fail) Alarms


- Rectifier has no output and is shutdown
Possible cause:
1) Rectifier is defective or rectifier’s fan failure – replace rectifier.

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Trouble shooting
Alarms and troubleshooting

g) DC Breaker Tripped Alarms


- One or more DC breakers have tripped
Remedy action:
1) Re-set tripped breaker and check if alarm has normalized.
2) If breaker trips again, check whether load exceeds breaker rating
3) Replace breaker with higher current rating, if needed

h) TAH (High ambient temperature) Alarms


- Ambient temperature exceeds pre-defined TAH setting
Remedy action:
1) Verify ambient temperature reading on CSU with other temperature readings
within the hut or room
2) If temperature is normal, increase cooling power of the air-conditioner
3) If temperature sensor is faulty, replace it if available. Otherwise, turn OFF
temperature compensation
4) If temperature remains above TAH, turn OFF AC main input to rectifier system

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Trouble shooting
Alarms and troubleshooting

i) TBH (High battery temperature) Alarms


- Battery temperature (TB-1 or TB-2) exceeds pre-defined TBH setting
Remedy action:
1) Verify battery temperature reading on CSU with other temperature readings
within the hut or room
2) If temperature is normal, increase cooling power of the air-conditioner
3) If temperature sensor is faulty, replace it if available. Otherwise, turn OFF
temperature compensation
4) If temperature remains above TBH, turn OFF equalize charging

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