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Date/Init. Change log
010904/MAA Initial version. Gempac prototype software version 1.0X
011011/MAA Version 2 Gempac prototype software version 1.0X All factory settings added
011113/MAA Version 3 Gempac prototype software version 1.0X.0 Bug fixes
020206/MAA Version 4 Gempac prototype software version 1.05.0 New features
020219/MAA Version 5 Gempac prototype software version 1.10.0 Twinpack app. added.
020304/MAA Version 6 Gempac prototype software version 1.10.2 QSK60 app. added.
020322/MAA Version 7 Gempac software version 2.00.0 First production release
020531/MAA Version 8 Gempac software version 2.10.0 50G3 app. added.




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This document includes an overview/description of the additional or changed GEMPAC menu set points.
The overview/description of the standard menu set points at the GEMPAC can be seen in the GEMPAC
Users manual.


INDEX:

1 Application Select..........................................................................................................................................4
2 Protection Menus ..........................................................................................................................................4
2.1 Standard Protection Functions..............................................................................................................4
2.1.1 Mains/BUS Voltage........................................................................................................................4
2.1.2 Mains/BUS Frequency...................................................................................................................5
2.1.3 Generator Voltage..........................................................................................................................6
2.1.4 Generator Frequency.....................................................................................................................6
2.1.5 Generator Reverse Power.............................................................................................................7
2.1.6 Generator Overcurrent...................................................................................................................8
2.1.7 Generator Overload.......................................................................................................................8
2.1.8 Generator Current Unbalance........................................................................................................8
2.1.9 Generator Voltage Unbalance.......................................................................................................9
2.1.10 Generator Reactive Power Import (loss of excitation)...................................................................9
2.1.11 Generator Reactive Power Export (over excitation) ......................................................................9
2.2 420mA Analogue Input....................................................................................................................10
2.2.1 Gempac factory settings ..............................................................................................................10
2.2.2 TwinPack factory settings ............................................................................................................12
2.2.3 50G3 factory settings ...................................................................................................................14
2.2.4 Spare Analogue Inputs.................................................................................................................16
2.3 PT100 input Analogue Input................................................................................................................18
2.3.1 Gempac factory settings ..............................................................................................................18
2.3.2 Twinpack / 50G3 factory settings.................................................................................................19
2.4 Tacho Input..........................................................................................................................................20
2.4.1 Over Speed..................................................................................................................................20
2.4.2 Under Speed................................................................................................................................20
2.5 Binary Input..........................................................................................................................................21
2.5.1 Gempac factory settings ..............................................................................................................21
2.5.2 Twinpack factory settings.............................................................................................................24
2.5.3 50G3 factory settings ...................................................................................................................25
3 Control Menu...............................................................................................................................................28
3.1 Standard Control..................................................................................................................................28
3.1.1 Synchronisation............................................................................................................................28
3.1.2 Sync. Blackout..............................................................................................................................28
3.1.3 General Failure (Sync. Fail).........................................................................................................28
3.1.4 Power Ramp Down......................................................................................................................28
3.2 Extra Control........................................................................................................................................28
3.2.1 Cooling Time................................................................................................................................28
3.2.2 Start Time.....................................................................................................................................29
3.2.3 Louvre Time .................................................................................................................................29
4 Power Menu................................................................................................................................................29
4.1 Peak Lopping.......................................................................................................................................29
4.1.1 Mains power.................................................................................................................................29
4.1.2 Daytime Period.............................................................................................................................29
4.1.3 Start First Generator.....................................................................................................................30
4.1.4 Stop First Generator.....................................................................................................................30
4.1.5 Start Next Generator....................................................................................................................30
4.1.6 Stop Next Generator....................................................................................................................30
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4.2 Fault conditions....................................................................................................................................31
4.2.1 Loss Of Mains ..............................................................................................................................31
4.2.2 Loss Of Can-bus Connection.......................................................................................................31
5 System Menu..............................................................................................................................................32
5.1.1 Nominal settings...........................................................................................................................32
5.1.2 Transformer..................................................................................................................................32
5.1.3 Extern Communication Control enable/disable...........................................................................32
5.1.4 Extern Communication.................................................................................................................33
5.1.5 Auto Detection Run......................................................................................................................33
5.1.6 Battery Low Voltage Alarm...........................................................................................................33
5.1.7 Load Share output........................................................................................................................34
5.1.8 Load Share Line Selection...........................................................................................................34
5.1.9 Intern Operation Mode Selection.................................................................................................35
5.1.10 Tacho Input Configuration............................................................................................................35
5.1.11 Total Running Time......................................................................................................................36
6 Transferring set points by CAN-bus............................................................................................................36
7 Extern Communication Control...................................................................................................................37
8 Mode Selection............................................................................................................................................37
9 Utility Software ............................................................................................................................................38
9.1 Configurable Spare Inputs...................................................................................................................38
9.2 Control settings libraries for operation mode ......................................................................................40

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1 Application Select

The Gempac software can be used for four applications, Gempac-QSK45, Twinpack, QSK60 and 50G3.
The application is selected in menu 5000, which can only entered by the J UMP button.
When selecting an application, the GEMPAC will reset it self and all previous settings. The application
specific menus will only be available when the right application is selected.
The selected application will be stored even if new software is downloaded to the GEMPAC.

No. Setting Setting Factory
setting
5000 Application Selection display - -
5001 Application Gempac QSK45
Twinpack
Gempac QSK60
50G3
1
2
3
4
1


2 Protection Menus
2.1 Standard Protection Functions
2.1.1 Mains/BUS Voltage
Voltage selections relate to nominal phase to phase voltage
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1010 BUS overvolt 1 Selection display - - -
1011 BUS overvolt 1 Set point 100.0% 120.0% 106.0%
1012 BUS overvolt 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1013 BUS overvolt 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1014 BUS overvolt 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1020 BUS overvolt 2 Selection display - - -
1021 BUS overvolt 2 Set point 100.0% 120.0% 108.0%
1022 BUS overvolt 2 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1023 BUS overvolt 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1024 BUS overvolt 2 Enable OFF ON ON


No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1030 BUS undervolt 1 Selection display - - -
1031 BUS undervolt 1 Set point 80.0% 100.0% 94.0%
1032 BUS undervolt 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1033 BUS undervolt 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1034 BUS undervolt 1 Enable OFF ON ON

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No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1040 BUS undervolt 2 Selection display - - -
1041 BUS undervolt 2 Set point 80.0% 100.0% 92.0%
1042 BUS undervolt 2 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1043 BUS undervolt 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1044 BUS undervolt 2 Enable OFF ON ON
2.1.2 Mains/BUS Frequency
Frequency settings relate to nominal frequency setting.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1050 BUS high freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1051 BUS high freq. 1 Set point 100.0% 110.0% 103.0%
1052 BUS high freq. 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1053 BUS high freq. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1054 BUS high freq. 1 Enable OFF ON ON


No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1060 BUS high freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1061 BUS high freq. 2 Set point 100.0% 110.0% 105.0%
1062 BUS high freq. 2 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1063 BUS high freq. 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1064 BUS high freq. 2 Enable OFF ON ON


No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1070 BUS low freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1071 BUS low freq. 1 Set point 90.0% 100.0% 97.0%
1072 BUS low freq. 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1073 BUS low freq. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1074 BUS low freq. 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1080 BUS low freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1081 BUS low freq. 2 Set point 90.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1082 BUS low freq. 2 Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1083 BUS low freq. 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1084 BUS low freq. 2 Enable OFF ON ON

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2.1.3 Generator Voltage
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1310 Gen. high volt 1 Selection display - - -
1311 Gen. high volt 1 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 106.0%
1312 Gen. high volt 1 Delay 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1313 Gen. high volt 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1314 Gen. high volt 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1320 Gen. high volt 2 Selection display - - -
1321 Gen. high volt 2 Set-point 100.0% 120.0% 108.0%
1322 Gen. high volt 2 Delay 0.1 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1323 Gen. high volt 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1324 Gen. high volt 2 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1330 Gen. low volt 1 Selection display - - -
1331 Gen. low volt 1 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 94.0%
1332 Gen. low volt 1 Delay 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1333 Gen. low volt 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1334 Gen. low volt 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1340 Gen. low volt 2 Selection display - - -
1341 Gen. low volt 2 Set-point 80.0% 100.0% 92.0%
1342 Gen. low volt 2 Delay 0.1 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1343 Gen. low volt 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1344 Gen. low volt 2 Enable OFF ON ON

2.1.4 Generator Frequency
The Generator Low Frequency alarms are only active when the Engine Run relay is ON.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1350 Gen. high freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1351 Gen. high freq. 1 Set-point 100.0% 110.0% 105.0%
1352 Gen. high freq. 1 Delay 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1353 Gen. high freq. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1354 Gen. high freq. 1 Enable OFF ON ON

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No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1360 Gen. high freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1361 Gen. high freq. 2 Set-point 100.0% 110.0% 107.0%
1362 Gen. high freq. 2 Delay 0.2 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1363 Gen. high freq. 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1364 Gen. high freq. 2 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1370 Gen. low freq. 1 Selection display - - -
1371 Gen. low freq. 1 Set-point 90.0% 100.0% 95.0%
1372 Gen. low freq. 1 Delay 0.2 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1373 Gen. low freq. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1374 Gen. low freq. 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1380 Gen. low freq. 2 Selection display - - -
1381 Gen. low freq. 2 Set-point 90.0% 100.0% 93.0%
1382 Gen. low freq. 2 Delay 0.2 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1383 Gen. low freq. 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1384 Gen. low freq. 2 Enable OFF ON ON

2.1.5 Generator Reverse Power
Reverse power settings relate to nominal power setting.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1090 Reverse power Selection display - - -
1091 Reverse power Set-point -50.0% 0.0% -5.0%
1092 Reverse power Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 5.0 s
1093 Reverse power Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1094 Reverse power Enable OFF ON ON

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2.1.6 Generator Overcurrent
Settings relate to nominal generator current.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1100 Overcurrent 1 Selection display - - -
1101 Overcurrent 1 Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 112.0%
1102 Overcurrent 1 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 20.0 s
1103 Overcurrent 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1104 Overcurrent 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1110 Overcurrent 2 Selection display - - -
1111 Overcurrent 2 Set-point 50.0% 200.0% 114.0%
1112 Overcurrent 2 Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 20.0 s
1113 Overcurrent 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1114 Overcurrent 2 Enable OFF ON ON

2.1.7 Generator Overload
Settings relate to nominal power setting.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1160 Overload 1 Selection display - - -
1161 Overload 1 Set-point 10.0% 200.0% 110.0%
1162 Overload 1 Time 0.1 s 3200.0 s 3200.0 s
1163 Overload 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1164 Overload 1 Enable OFF ON ON

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1170 Overload 2 Selection display - - -
1171 Overload 2 Set-point 10.0% 200.0% 114.0%
1172 Overload 2 Time 0.1 s 600.0 s 300.0 s
1173 Overload 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1174 Overload 2 Enable OFF ON ON

2.1.8 Generator Current Unbalance
Settings relate to nominal generator current.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1220 Current unbalance Selection display - - -
1221 Current unbalance Set-point 0.0% 100.0% 30.0%
1222 Current unbalance Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1223 Current unbalance Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1224 Current unbalance Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.1.9 Generator Voltage Unbalance
Settings relate to nominal generator voltage.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1230 Voltage unbalance Selection display - - -
1231 Voltage unbalance Set-point 0.0% 50.0% 5.0%
1232 Voltage unbalance Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1233 Voltage unbalance Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1234 Voltage unbalance Enable OFF ON OFF

2.1.10 Generator Reactive Power Import (loss of excitation)
Settings relate to nominal generator power value (kW).
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1240 var import Selection display - - -
1241 var import Set-point 0.0% 150.0% 10.0%
1242 var import Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1243 var import Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1244 var import Enable OFF ON OFF

2.1.11 Generator Reactive Power Export (over excitation)
Settings relate to nominal generator power value (kW).
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
1250 var export Selection display - - -
1251 var export Set-point 0.0% 100.0% 60.0%
1252 var export Time 0.1 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
1253 var export Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1254 var export Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.2 420mA Analogue Input
These inputs are configurable. See chapter 7 for description of Utility Software.
The factory settings of these inputs are described below.
The alarms for the analogue 420mA inputs are activated when the inputs exceeds the set points.
In the tables below the minimum settings correspond to an input at 4mA and the maximum setting
correspond to an input at 20mA.
If an input is enabled and the input is less than 3,5mA a Connect Fail Alarm will appear.
If an input is enabled and the input is higher than 22mA a Sensor Fail Alarm will appear.

Analogue input 1-4 are only available if analogue input board mounted in slot 8.
2.2.1 Gempac factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of the 420mA inputs for the Gempac.
2.2.1.1 Inlet Air Restriction Left
This input is placed at terminal 98, 99.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1510 Air In Rest LH1 Selection display - - -
1511 Air In Rest LH1 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1512 Air In Rest LH1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1513 Air In Rest LH1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1514 Air In Rest LH1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1520 Air In Rest LH2 Selection display - - -
1521 Air In Rest LH2 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1522 Air In Rest LH2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1523 Air In Rest LH2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1524 Air In Rest LH2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.1.2 Inlet Air Restriction Right
This input is placed at terminal 100, 101.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1530 Air In Rest RH1 Selection display - - -
1531 Air In Rest RH1 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1532 Air In Rest RH1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1533 Air In Rest RH1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1534 Air In Rest RH1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1540 Air In Rest RH2 Selection display - - -
1541 Air In Rest RH2 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1542 Air In Rest RH2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1543 Air In Rest RH2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1544 Air In Rest RH2 Enable OFF ON OFF
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2.2.1.3 Exhaust Gas Temperature Left
This input is placed at terminal 102, 103.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1550 Exh Temp Left 1 Selection display - - -
1551 Exh Temp Left 1 Set point 0 C 750 C 500 C
1552 Exh Temp Left 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1553 Exh Temp Left 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1554 Exh Temp Left 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1560 Exh Temp Left 2 Selection display - - -
1561 Exh Temp Left 2 Set point 0 C 750 C 500 C
1562 Exh Temp Left 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1563 Exh Temp Left 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1564 Exh Temp Left 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.1.4 Exhaust Gas Temperature Right
This input is placed at terminal 104, 105.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1570 Exh Temp Right1 Selection display - - -
1571 Exh Temp Right1 Set point 0 C 750 C 500 C
1572 Exh Temp Right1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1573 Exh Temp Right1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1574 Exh Temp Right1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1580 Exh Temp Right2 Selection display - - -
1581 Exh Temp Right2 Set point 0 C 750 C 500 C
1582 Exh Temp Right2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1583 Exh Temp Right2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1584 Exh Temp Right2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.2.2 TwinPack factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of the 420mA inputs for the TwinPack.

2.2.2.1 Oil Pressure 1
This input is placed at terminal 98, 99.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1510 Oil Press. 1-1 Selection display - - -
1511 Oil Press. 1-1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1512 Oil Press. 1-1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1513 Oil Press. 1-1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1514 Oil Press. 1-1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1520 Oil Press. 1-2 Selection display - - -
1521 Oil Press. 1-2 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1522 Oil Press. 1-2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1523 Oil Press. 1-2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1524 Oil Press. 1-2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.2.2 Oil Pressure 2
This input is placed at terminal 100, 101.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1530 Oil Press. 2-1 Selection display - - -
1531 Oil Press. 2-1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1532 Oil Press. 2-1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1533 Oil Press. 2-1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1534 Oil Press. 2-1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1540 Oil Press. 2-2 Selection display - - -
1541 Oil Press. 2-2 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1542 Oil Press. 2-2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1543 Oil Press. 2-2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1544 Oil Press. 2-2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.2.2.3 Oil Pressure 3
This input is placed at terminal 102, 103.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1550 Oil Press. 3-1 Selection display - - -
1551 Oil Press. 3-1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1552 Oil Press. 3-1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1553 Oil Press. 3-1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1554 Oil Press. 3-1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1560 Oil Press. 3-2 Selection display - - -
1561 Oil Press. 3-2 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1562 Oil Press. 3-2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1563 Oil Press. 3-2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1564 Oil Press. 3-2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.2.4 Oil Pressure 4
This input is placed at terminal 104, 105.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1570 Oil Press. 4-1 Selection display - - -
1571 Oil Press. 4-1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1572 Oil Press. 4-1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1573 Oil Press. 4-1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1574 Oil Press. 4-1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1580 Oil Press. 4-2 Selection display - - -
1581 Oil Press. 4-2 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1582 Oil Press. 4-2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1583 Oil Press. 4-2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1584 Oil Press. 4-2 Enable OFF ON OFF


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2.2.3 50G3 factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of the 420mA inputs for the 50G3.

2.2.3.1 Oil Pressure 1
This input is placed at terminal 98, 99.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1510 Oil Press. 1 Selection display - - -
1511 Oil Press. 1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1512 Oil Press. 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1513 Oil Press. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1514 Oil Press. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1520 Oil Press. 1 Selection display - - -
1521 Oil Press. 1 Set point 0.0 bar 10.0 bar 4.5 bar
1522 Oil Press. 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1523 Oil Press. 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1524 Oil Press. 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.3.2 Inlet Air Restriction Right
This input is placed at terminal 100, 101.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1530 Air In Rest RH1 Selection display - - -
1531 Air In Rest RH1 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1532 Air In Rest RH1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1533 Air In Rest RH1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1534 Air In Rest RH1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1540 Air In Rest RH2 Selection display - - -
1541 Air In Rest RH2 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1542 Air In Rest RH2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1543 Air In Rest RH2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1544 Air In Rest RH2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.2.3.3 Inlet Air Restriction Left
This input is placed at terminal 102, 103.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1550 Air In Rest LH1 Selection display - - -
1551 Air In Rest LH1 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1552 Air In Rest LH1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1553 Air In Rest LH1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1554 Air In Rest LH1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1560 Air In Rest LH2 Selection display - - -
1561 Air In Rest LH2 Set point 0 mbar -60 mbar -45 mbar
1562 Air In Rest LH2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1563 Air In Rest LH2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1564 Air In Rest LH2 Enable OFF ON OFF


2.2.3.4 4...20mA Input 4
This input is placed at terminal 126, 127.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1570 4..20mA in No4 1 Selection display - - -
1571 4..20mA in No4 1 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1572 4..20mA in No4 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1573 4..20mA in No4 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1574 4..20mA in No4 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1580 4..20mA in No4 2 Selection display - - -
1581 4..20mA in No4 2 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1582 4..20mA in No4 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1583 4..20mA in No4 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1584 4..20mA in No4 2 Enable OFF ON OFF



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2.2.4 Spare Analogue Inputs
2.2.4.1 4...20mA Input 1
This input is placed at terminal 132, 133.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1730 4..20mA in No1 1 Selection display - - -
1731 4..20mA in No1 1 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1732 4..20mA in No1 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1733 4..20mA in No1 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1734 4..20mA in No1 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1740 4..20mA in No1 2 Selection display - - -
1741 4..20mA in No1 2 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1742 4..20mA in No1 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1743 4..20mA in No1 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1744 4..20mA in No1 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.4.2 4...20mA Input 2
This input is placed at terminal 130, 131.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1750 4..20mA in No2 1 Selection display - - -
1751 4..20mA in No2 1 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1752 4..20mA in No2 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1753 4..20mA in No2 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1754 4..20mA in No2 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1760 4..20mA in No2 2 Selection display - - -
1761 4..20mA in No2 2 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1762 4..20mA in No2 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1763 4..20mA in No2 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1764 4..20mA in No2 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.2.4.3 4...20mA Input 3
This input is placed at terminal 128, 129.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1770 4..20mA in No3 1 Selection display - - -
1771 4..20mA in No3 1 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1772 4..20mA in No3 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1773 4..20mA in No3 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1774 4..20mA in No3 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1780 4..20mA in No3 2 Selection display - - -
1781 4..20mA in No3 2 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1782 4..20mA in No3 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1783 4..20mA in No3 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1784 4..20mA in No3 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.2.4.4 4...20mA Input 4
This input is placed at terminal 126, 127.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1790 4..20mA in No4 1 Selection display - - -
1791 4..20mA in No4 1 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1792 4..20mA in No4 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1793 4..20mA in No4 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1794 4..20mA in No4 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1800 4..20mA in No4 2 Selection display - - -
1801 4..20mA in No4 2 Set point 4.0 mA 20 mA 16 mA
1802 4..20mA in No4 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1803 4..20mA in No4 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1804 4..20mA in No4 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.3 PT100 input Analogue Input
These inputs are configurable. See chapter 7 for description of Utility Software.
The factory settings of these inputs are described below.

The alarms for the PT100 inputs are activated when the inputs exceeds the set points.

2.3.1 Gempac factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of the 420mA inputs for the Gempac.
2.3.1.1 Container Temperature
This input is placed at terminal 106, 107, 108.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1590 Container Temp1 Selection display - - -
1551 Container Temp1 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 50
o
C
1552 Container Temp1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1553 Container Temp1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1554 Container Temp1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1600 Container Temp2 Selection display - - -
1601 Container Temp2 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 50
o
C
1602 Container Temp2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1603 Container Temp2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1604 Container Temp2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.3.1.2 Panel Temperature
This input is placed at terminal 109, 110, 111.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1610 Panel Temp 1 Selection display - - -
1611 Panel Temp 1 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 40
o
C
1612 Panel Temp 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1613 Panel Temp 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1614 Panel Temp 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1620 Panel Temp 2 Selection display - - -
1621 Panel Temp 2 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 40
o
C
1622 Panel Temp 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1623 Panel Temp 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1624 Panel Temp 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.3.2 Twinpack / 50G3 factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of the 420mA inputs for the Twinpack and 50G3.
2.3.2.1 Coolant Temperature
This input is placed at terminal 106, 107, 108.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1590 Coolant Temp 1 Selection display - - -
1551 Coolant Temp 1 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 50
o
C
1552 Coolant Temp 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1553 Coolant Temp 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1554 Coolant Temp 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1600 Coolant Temp 2 Selection display - - -
1601 Coolant Temp 2 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 50
o
C
1602 Coolant Temp 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1603 Coolant Temp 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1604 Coolant Temp 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.3.2.2 PT100 Temperature
This input is placed at terminal 109, 110, 111.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1610 PT100 Level 1 Selection display - - -
1611 PT100 Level 1 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 40
o
C
1612 PT100 Level 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1613 PT100 Level 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1614 PT100 Level 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1620 PT100 Level 2 Selection display - - -
1621 PT100 Level 2 Set point 0
o
C 80
o
C 40
o
C
1622 PT100 Level 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 10.0 s
1623 PT100 Level 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1624 PT100 Level 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.4 Tacho Input
The tacho input can measure a frequency input from 10Hz to 10kHz.
The alarms for the tacho input are activated when the input exceeds the set points.
2.4.1 Over Speed
This input is placed at terminal 112, 113.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1630 Over Speed 1 Selection display - - -
1631 Over Speed 1 Set point 0 rpm 3000 rpm 2500 rpm
1632 Over Speed 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1633 Over Speed 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1634 Over Speed 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1640 Over Speed 2 Selection display - - -
1641 Over Speed 2 Set point 0 rpm 3000 rpm 2500 rpm
1642 Over Speed 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1643 Over Speed 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1644 Over Speed 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.4.2 Under Speed
This input is placed at terminal 112, 113.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1820 Under Speed 1 Selection display - - -
1821 Under Speed 1 Set point 0 rpm 3000 rpm 1350 rpm
1822 Under Speed 1 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1823 Under Speed 1 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1824 Under Speed 1 Enable OFF ON OFF

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1830 Under Speed 2 Selection display - - -
1831 Under Speed 2 Set point 0 rpm 3000 rpm 1350 rpm
1832 Under Speed 2 Time 0.1 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
1833 Under Speed 2 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC1
1834 Under Speed 2 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.5 Binary Input
The alarms for the binary inputs are activated when the inputs are activated.

2.5.1 Gempac factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of binary protection inputs for the Gempac.
2.5.1.1 Emergency Stop Energised
This binary input is active low, and placed at terminal 24, 28.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1650 Emerg. Stop in Selection display - - -
1651 Emerg. Stop in Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1652 Emerg. Stop in Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1653 Emerg. Stop in Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.1.2 ECM Warning
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 43, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1660 ECM Warning Selection display - - -
1661 ECM Warning Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1662 ECM Warning Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1663 ECM Warning Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.1.3 ECM Shutdown
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 44, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1670 ECM Shutdown Selection display - - -
1671 ECM Shutdown Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1672 ECM Shutdown Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1673 ECM Shutdown Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.4 Air Flaps Closed
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 27, 28.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1680 Air flaps closed Selection display - - -
1681 Air flaps closed Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1682 Air flaps closed Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1683 Air flaps closed Enable OFF ON ON

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2.5.1.5 AVR Over Voltage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 45, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1690 AVR Overvoltage Selection display - - -
1691 AVR Overvoltage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1692 AVR Overvoltage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1693 AVR Overvoltage Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.6 Excitation Loss
The Excitation Loss is only active when engine running.
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 46, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1700 Excitation Loss Selection display - - -
1701 Excitation Loss Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1702 Excitation Loss Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1703 Excitation Loss Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.7 Fuel Spillage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 47, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1710 Fuel Spillage Selection display - - -
1711 Fuel Spillage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1712 Fuel Spillage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1713 Fuel Spillage Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.1.8 Fan Fail
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 117, 119.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1720 Fan Fail Selection display - - -
1721 Fan Fail Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1722 Fan Fail Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1723 Fan Fail Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.9 Spare Input 118
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 118, 119.
This input is configurable. See chapter 7 for description of Utility Software.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1810 Spare ter. 118 Selection display - - -
1811 Spare ter. 118 Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1812 Spare ter. 118 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1813 Spare ter. 118 Enable OFF ON OFF
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2.5.1.10 Differential Protection
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 91.
This protection input is only available in the Gempack QSK60.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1840 Different. Prot. Selection display - - -
1841 Different. Prot. Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1842 Different. Prot. Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1843 Different. Prot. Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.11 Air Flaps Closed ECM
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 92.
This protection input is only available in the Gempack QSK60.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1850 Air Flaps ECM Selection display - - -
1851 Air Flaps ECM Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1852 Air Flaps ECM Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1853 Air Flaps ECM Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.1.12 Spare Input 93
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 93.
This protection input is only available in the Gempack QSK60.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1860 Spare Ter. 93 Selection display - - -
1861 Spare Ter. 93 Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1862 Spare Ter. 93 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1863 Spare Ter. 93 Enable OFF ON OFF

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2.5.2 Twinpack factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of binary protection inputs for the Twinpack.
2.5.2.1 Coolant Pressure Switch
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 44, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1670 Coolant Press. Selection display - - -
1671 Coolant Press. Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1672 Coolant Press. Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1673 Coolant Press. Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.2.2 AVR Over Voltage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 45, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1690 AVR Overvoltage Selection display - - -
1691 AVR Overvoltage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1692 AVR Overvoltage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1693 AVR Overvoltage Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.2.3 Excitation Loss
The Excitation Loss is only active when engine running.
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 46, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1700 Excitation Loss Selection display - - -
1701 Excitation Loss Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1702 Excitation Loss Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1703 Excitation Loss Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.2.4 Fuel Spillage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 47, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1710 Fuel Spillage Selection display - - -
1711 Fuel Spillage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1712 Fuel Spillage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1713 Fuel Spillage Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.2.5 Fan Fail
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 117, 119.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1720 Fan Fail Selection display - - -
1721 Fan Fail Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1722 Fan Fail Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1723 Fan Fail Enable OFF ON ON
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2.5.2.6 Spare Input 118
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 118, 119.
This input is configurable. See chapter 7 for description of Utility Software.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1810 Spare ter. 118 Selection display - - -
1811 Spare ter. 118 Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1812 Spare ter. 118 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1813 Spare ter. 118 Enable OFF ON OFF



2.5.3 50G3 factory settings
This section describes the factory settings of binary protection inputs for the 50G3.

2.5.3.1 Emergency Stop Energised
This binary input is active low, and placed at terminal 24, 28.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1650 Emerg. Stop in Selection display - - -
1651 Emerg. Stop in Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1652 Emerg. Stop in Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1653 Emerg. Stop in Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.2 Spare 43
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 43, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1660 ECM Warning Selection display - - -
1661 ECM Warning Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1662 ECM Warning Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1663 ECM Warning Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.3.3 Spare 44
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 44, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1670 ECM Shutdown Selection display - - -
1671 ECM Shutdown Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1672 ECM Shutdown Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1673 ECM Shutdown Enable OFF ON ON

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2.5.3.4 Air Flaps Closed
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 27, 28.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1680 Air flaps closed Selection display - - -
1681 Air flaps closed Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1682 Air flaps closed Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1683 Air flaps closed Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.5 AVR Over Voltage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 45, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1690 AVR Overvoltage Selection display - - -
1691 AVR Overvoltage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1692 AVR Overvoltage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC5
1693 AVR Overvoltage Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.6 Excitation Loss
The Excitation Loss is only active when engine running.
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 46, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1700 Excitation Loss Selection display - - -
1701 Excitation Loss Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1702 Excitation Loss Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1703 Excitation Loss Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.7 Fuel Spillage
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 47, 56.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1710 Fuel Spillage Selection display - - -
1711 Fuel Spillage Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1712 Fuel Spillage Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1713 Fuel Spillage Enable OFF ON ON
2.5.3.8 Fan Fail
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 117, 119.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1720 Fan Fail Selection display - - -
1721 Fan Fail Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1722 Fan Fail Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1723 Fan Fail Enable OFF ON ON

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2.5.3.9 Spare Input 118
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 118, 119.
This input is configurable. See chapter 7 for description of Utility Software.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1810 Spare ter. 118 Selection display - - -
1811 Spare ter. 118 Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1812 Spare ter. 118 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC2
1813 Spare ter. 118 Enable OFF ON OFF

2.5.3.10 Differential Protection
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 91.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1840 Different. Prot. Selection display - - -
1841 Different. Prot. Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1842 Different. Prot. Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1843 Different. Prot. Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.11 Air Flaps Closed ECM
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 92.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1850 Air Flaps ECM Selection display - - -
1851 Air Flaps ECM Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1852 Air Flaps ECM Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1853 Air Flaps ECM Enable OFF ON ON

2.5.3.12 Spare Input 93
This binary input is active high, and placed at terminal 90, 93.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
1860 Spare Ter. 93 Selection display - - -
1861 Spare Ter. 93 Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 0.0 s
1862 Spare Ter. 93 Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
1863 Spare Ter. 93 Enable OFF ON OFF


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3 Control Menu
3.1 Standard Control
3.1.1 Synchronisation

No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
2010 Synchronisation Selection display - - -
2011 Synchronisation Df max. 0.0 Hz 0.5 Hz 0.3 Hz
2012 Synchronisation Df min. -0.5 Hz 0.5 Hz 0.0 Hz
2013 Synchronisation DU max. 2% 10% 5%
2014 Synchronisation Breaker delay 40 ms 300 ms 100 ms
3.1.2 Sync. Blackout
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
2020 Sync. blackout Selection display - - -
2021 Sync. blackout Df max. 0.0 Hz 5.0 Hz 3.0 Hz
2022 Sync. blackout DU max. 2% 10% 5%
2023 Sync. blackout Enable OFF ON ON

3.1.3 General Failure (Sync. Fail)
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
2030 General failure Selection display - - -
2031 General failure Delay 0.0 s 120.0 s 60.0 s
2032 General failure Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
3.1.4 Power Ramp Down
Power % settings relate to nominal generator power.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
2080 Power ramp down Selection display - - -
2081 Power ramp down Speed 1.0%/s 20.0%/s 5.0%/s
2082 Power ramp down Breaker open 1.0% 20.0% 5.0%

3.2 Extra Control
3.2.1 Cooling Time
The cooling time is the time the engine is running at rated speed without load before its stopped.
This is only used during normal stop of the engine and in Fail Class 1.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
2200 Cooling Time Selection display - - -
2201 Cooling Time Timer 0 s 1200 s 300 s

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3.2.2 Start Time
The start time is the time the engine is running at idle speed (Idle/Rated relay =ON) before its set to rated
speed (Idle/Rated relay =OFF) during start up.
When Start Time is set to 0 sec, the engine will not run at idle speed during start up.
This menu is only available for the Gempac QSK45 and QSK60 application.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
2210 Start Time Selection display - - -
2211 Start Time Timer 0 s 600 s 0 s

3.2.3 Louvre Time
The louvre time is the maximum time for the louver to open or close. If the louvers fails to open or close inside
the time limit, a louvre fail will appear and the engine will perform a stop sequence.
This menu is only available for a Twinpack application.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
2220 Louvre Time Selection display - - -
2221 Louvre Time Timer 0 s 180 s 60 s


4 Power Menu
The power menu includes all the menus used for power management - peak lopping.
4.1 Peak Lopping
4.1.1 Mains power
The mains power set point is the maximum allowed imported power from mains in a peak lopping system.
Its possible to have two set points, a daytime- and a nighttime set point. The daytime period is set in menu
3020.
The GEMPAC needs a 0...10VDC signal on terminal 40, 41 from a power transducer, measuring the imported
power from mains.
0VDC at the transducer signal must correspond to 0.0MW imported power from mains.
10VDC at the transducer signal must correspond to the transducer scale set point in menu 3013.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3010 Mains Power Selection display - - -
3011 Mains Power Daytime 0.00 MW 9.99 MW 0.75 MW
3012 Mains Power Nighttime 0.00 MW 9.99 MW 1.00 MW
3013 Mains Power Transducer scale 0.00 MW 9.99 MW 1.50 MW
4.1.2 Daytime Period
The start and stop for the daytime period are set with hours and minute.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3020 Daytime Period Selection display - - -
3021 Daytime Period Start Hour 0 23 8
3022 Daytime Period Start Minute 0 59 0
3023 Daytime Period Stop Hour 0 23 16
3024 Daytime Period Stop Minute 0 59 0
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4.1.3 Start First Generator
This set point is used to start the first gen-set when no other gen-set in the peak lopping system are active.
When the imported mains power exceeds XX% (menu 3031) of the mains power set point (menu 3011 or
3012), the first gen-set is started and synchronised to the busbar. The gen-set will run at fixed power
according to the Base Load set-point in menu 3033, until the imported mains power reach mains power set-
point. Its always the available gen-set with the lowest communication ID that will be started.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3030 Start First Generator Selection display - - -
3031 Start First Generator Set Point 20% 100% 80%
3032 Start First Generator Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 10.0 s
3033 Start First Generator Base Load 0% 100% 5%
4.1.4 Stop First Generator
This set point is used to stop the gen-set when only this gen-set in the peak lopping system is active.
When the imported mains power goes below XX% of the mains power set point, the first gen-set is stopped.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3040 Stop First Generator Selection display - - -
3041 Stop First Generator Set Point 20% 80% 20%
3042 Stop First Generator Time 0.0 s 100.0 s 30.0 s
4.1.5 Start Next Generator
This set point is used to start the next gen-set when one or more gen-set in the peak lopping system already
are active.
When the load at the other active gen-sets exceeds XX% of their nominal power, the next gen-set is started
and synchronised to the busbar. The load above the mains set point is equally distributed to the active gen-
sets in percent of the their nominal power.
Its always the available gen-set with the lowest communication ID that will be started.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3050 Start Next Generator Selection display - - -
3051 Start Next Generator Set Point 20% 80% 80%
3052 Start Next Generator Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 100.0 s
4.1.6 Stop Next Generator
This set point is used to stop the next gen-set when more than one gen-set in the peak lopping system is
active.
When the load on the gen-sets goes below XX% of their nominal power and the other active gen-sets have
enough available power to handle the load, the gen-set will deload and stop.
Its always the active gen-set that have been connected longest time to the busbar, that will be stopped. This
time will be reset when the circuit breaker are opened, and is not the same as the run time in menu 4410.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
3060 Stop Next Generator Selection display - - -
3061 Stop Next Generator Set Point 20% 80% 20%
3062 Stop Next Generator Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 100.0 s
If the Open Breaker Request input is activated when the gen-set is in peak lopping mode, the gen-set will
switch to manual mode (fixed frequency, fixed voltage). The peak lopping mode is activated again by activate
the Mode Enable input.
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4.2 Fault conditions
4.2.1 Loss Of Mains
When the mains are lost (mains power <30 kW), the Gempac that are active will run in load share mode.
They will use the load share line.
4.2.2 Loss Of Can-bus Connection
When a Gempac loss the can-bus connection, it will go to fixed power / fixed PF mode and will continue to
produce the power and PF as when the loss of can-bus connection happened. The other Gempacs in the
peak lopping system will continue to run in peak lopping mode.
If only two Gempacs in the peak lopping system, the one with highest ID will run fixed power / fixed PF and
the one with lowest ID will run peak lopping.

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5 System Menu
5.1.1 Nominal settings
Nominal settings for GEMPAC QSK45 and 50G3 applications.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4010 Nominal settings Selection display - - -
4011 Nominal settings Frequency 48.0 Hz 62.0 Hz 60.0 Hz
4012 Nominal settings Generator Power 10 kW 20 MW 1280 kW
4013 Nominal settings Generator current 0 A 9000 A 2250 A
4014 Nominal settings Generator volt 100 V 25000 V 440 V

Nominal settings for TWINPACK application.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4010 Nominal settings Selection display - - -
4011 Nominal settings Frequency 48.0 Hz 62.0 Hz 60.0 Hz
4012 Nominal settings Generator Power 10 kW 20 MW 255 kW
4013 Nominal settings Generator current 0 A 9000 A 355 A
4014 Nominal settings Generator volt 100 V 25000 V 440 V

Nominal settings for GEMPAC-QSK60 application.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4010 Nominal settings Selection display - - -
4011 Nominal settings Frequency 48.0 Hz 62.0 Hz 60.0 Hz
4012 Nominal settings Generator Power 10 kW 20 MW 2050 kW
4013 Nominal settings Generator current 0 A 9000 A 3300 A
4014 Nominal settings Generator volt 100 V 25000 V 440 V
5.1.2 Transformer
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4020 Transformer Selection display - - -
4021 Transformer Volt prim 100 V 25000 V 440 V
4022 Transformer Volt sec 100 V 690 V 440 V
4023 Transformer Current prim 5 A 9000 A 2000 A
4024 Transformer Current sec 1 A 5 A 5A
5.1.3 Extern Communication Control enable/disable
Input Local Control On (terminal 51) must be disabled to use extern communication control.
Selection extern communication control ON will overrule external and internal settings.
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4040 Comm. control Selection display - - -
4041 Comm. control Power OFF ON OFF
4042 Comm. control Frequency OFF ON OFF
4043 Comm. control Voltage OFF ON OFF
4044 Comm. control var OFF ON OFF
4045 Comm. control PF OFF ON OFF
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5.1.4 Extern Communication
The CAN-bus ID for the Gempac is set in this menu.
The CAN-bus communication and CAN-bus alarms can be enabled / disabled separately to avoid CAN-bus
alarms when no CAN-bus connected.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
4050 Ext. Comm. Selection display - - -
4051 Ext. Comm. ID 1 20 1
4052 Ext. Comm. Alarm OFF ON ON
4053 Ext. Comm. Enable OFF ON ON

5.1.5 Auto Detection Run
When Auto Detection Run is enabled the following protection alarms will be disabled when the engine not is
running.
All 4...20 mA inputs
Over Speed
Under Speed
DG Voltage Low
DG Frequency Low
Coolant Pressure Switch (Twinpack)
Excitation Loss
Fan Fail

The Auto Detection Run function will detect the engine as running when DG Voltage >30% of Unom and DG
frequency are >30Hz.
When the engine is detected as running the timer will be started. When the timer timeout the protection
alarms are enabled.

No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
4110 Auto det. Run Selection display - - -
4111 Auto det. Run Time 0.0 s 120.0 s 5.0 s
4112 Auto det. Run Enable OFF ON ON

5.1.6 Battery Low Voltage Alarm
No. Setting Min. setting Max. setting Factory
setting
4220 Battery low V Selection display - - -
4221 Battery low V Set-point 15.0 V 25.0 V 18.0 V
4222 Battery low V Time 0.0 s 10.0 s 1.0 s
4223 Battery low V Fail Class FC0 FC5 FC0
4224 Battery low V Enable OFF ON ON


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5.1.7 Load Share output
This menu is use to configure the Barber Coleman load share type when its selected in menu 4250.
When other load share types are selected this setting will automatically be set.
No. Setting Min
Setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
4240 Load share out Selection display - - -
4241 Load share out Set-point 1,0 V 5,0 V 5,0 V

5.1.8 Load Share Line Selection
The load sharing is selected to the type of load share unit connected to the load share line. Only one type of
load share units must be connected to the load share lines.
This load share line selection only select the voltage level on the load share line. The impedance must be
adjusted externally.

With Deif, Barber Coleman Woodward and GAC load sharing two load share lines are used, one for active
(P) load sharing (term. 37, 38) and one for reactive (Q) load sharing (term. 38, 39).

With Selco T4800 load sharing only one load share line is used for active (P) load sharing (term. 37, 38) and
there is no voltage/var/power factor control.

To fit the load share signal to the right Barber Coleman load share unit, its possible to configure the load
share signal between 1 and 5VDC by menu 4240.

No. Setting Setting Factory
setting
4250 Load sharing Selection display - -
4251 Load sharing DEIF
Selco T4800
Barber Coleman
Woodward
GAC
0
1
2
3
4
0

No. Load share line Active Reactive Comments
0 Deif 5VDC 5VDC -100%...0+100%
1 Selco T4800 1VDC NA -100%0100%.
Both f and P contribution to active load
share
2 Barber Coleman 0-5VDC 0-5VDC -100%0100%
Configurable signal range
3 Woodward 0-3VDC 0-3VDC 0100%
4 GAC 0-5VDC 0-5VDC 0100%

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5.1.9 Intern Operation Mode Selection
By enable intern operation mode selection in menu 4262, the binary inputs for mode selection (term. 91-93)
are overruled by the menu selected operation mode.
Its possible to select between all the automatic operation modes from the menu, but manual mode must still
be activated by the binary input Mode Enable (term. 96). The Mode Enable input is not overruled by intern
menu selection.
In GEMPAC QSK60 and 50G3 application its not possible to use extern mode select.

No. Setting Setting Factory
setting
4260 Int Mode Select Selection display - -
4261 Int Mode Select Peak Lopping
Base Load (P/PF)
Droop
Load Sharing
Base Load (P/var)
1
2
3
4
5
4
4262 Int Mode Select Enable OFF / ON OFF

5.1.10 Tacho Input Configuration
When the tacho input not are used, the number of teeth must be set to 0. The readout will then be 0 RPM.

Menu 4402, 4403, 4404 and 4405 are only available for Twinpack and 50G3 applications which are the only
applications using cranking.
The cranking will stop when the engine reach crank limit speed. If the engine fails to start within max crank
time, then will the cranking stop for the selected rest time, and the start cranking again.
The number of cranking attempts is set in menu 4405.
If the engine fails to start within the selected start attempts a start fail alarm will appear.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
4400 Tacho Config Selection display - - -
4401 Tacho Config Numb. of teeth 0 500 0
4402 Tacho Config Crank. Lim. 0 RPM 6000 RPM 450 RPM
4403 Tacho Config Max Crank Time 0 s 600.0 s 5.0 s
4404 Tacho Config Rest. time 0 s 600.0 s 10.0 s
4405 Tacho Config Start Attempts 1 10 3

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5.1.11 Total Running Time
The running time of the gen-set is the total time the engine has been running (Engine Run Relay (No. 11)
ON) since it was installed.
This menu is used for setting the running time of the gen-set at the time when the Gempac is mounted.
No. Setting Min
setting
Max. setting Factory
setting
4410 Total Run Time Selection display - - -
4411 Total Run Time Years 0 40 0
4412 Total Run Time Days 0 364 0
4413 Total Run Time Hours 0 23 0
4414 Total Run Time Minutes 0 59 0


6 Transferring set points by CAN-bus.
To ensure that the settings of the GEMPACs in a peak lopping system are alike, the following settings are
transferred by CAN-bus to the other GEMPACs when changes.

No. Name Settings
1010 UBBHigh1 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1020 UBBHigh2 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1030 UBBLow1 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1040 UBBLow2 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1050 fBBHigh1 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1060 fBBHigh2 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1070 fBBLow1 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
1080 fBBLow2 Set point Time Fail-class Enable
2050 Freq. Control Droop Deadband Gain Intg. Time
2060 Power Control Deadband Gain Intg. Time
2090 P/f Control Mix Mix Factor
2100 Voltage Control Deadband Gain Intg. Time
2110 VAR Control Deadband Gain Intg. Time
2120 VAR/V Mix Mix Factor
2130 PF Control Mix Deadband Gain Intg. Time
3010 Mains Power Daytime Nighttime Transducer scale
3020 Daytime Period Start Hour Start Minute Stop Hour Stop Minute
3030 Start first generator Set point Time Base Load
3040 Stop first generator Set point Time
3050 Start next gen. Set point Time
3060 Stop next generator Set point Time
4010 Nom. Settings Frequency Voltage
4100 Date - Time Year Month Day Hour Minute
4240 Load share output Max. Voltage
4250 Load share type Type


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7 Extern Communication Control
Its possible to control the Gempac by the Modbus protocol via the Service Port.
Referrer to Modbus Protocol for Aggreko Gempac by MAA / 020531.

The input Local Control On (terminal 51) must be disabled to use the extern communication control, and
enabled to use local control.
When extern communication control is selected the below digital inputs are ignored.

Terminal Name
91 Mode Selector 1
92 Mode Selector 2
93 Mode Selector 3
96 Mode Enable
48 Engine Start
52 Remote Start
53 Manual / Auto switch
50 Close CB Request
114 Extern set-point Power
115 Extern set-point Voltage


8 Mode Selection

The following modes can be selected with mode input 1, 2, 3 and Mode Enable.
Mode1-5 can be overruled by intern mode selection in menu 4260.

No. Mode Enable Mode 3 Mode 2 Mode 1 Function Comments
0 0 X X X Manual No regulation
1 1 0 0 0 Peak looping Load / var sharing
2 1 0 0 1 Base load Fixed power / PF control
3 1 0 1 0 Droop Frequency droop / var sharing
4 1 0 1 1 Load sharing Load / var sharing
5 1 1 0 0 BaseLoad Fixed Power / var sharing
6 1 1 0 1
7 1 1 1 0
8 1 1 1 1

All mode changes are updated in the event log.

Mode No. Event text Comments
0 Manual Mode
1 Peak Lopping Mode
1 System Mode - Manual If Open Breaker Request in peak lopping mode.
1 System Mode - Load Share If loss of mains (mains <10kW) in peak lopping
mode.
1 System Mode - Base Load (P/PF) If loss of CAN-bus connection in peak lopping mode.
1 System Mode - Normal Returned to normal peak lopping mode after running
in another system mode.
2 Base Load P/PF Mode
3 Droop Mode
4 Load Sharing Mode
5 Base Load P/var Mode
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9 Utility Software
With the utility software its possible to configure the spare analogue and binary inputs, and to set the control
settings in all operation modes.
The utility software must be version 1.21 or higher to work with Gempac software version 1.10.0 and higher.
9.1 Configurable Spare Inputs
The 8 420mA analogue inputs and the two PT100 inputs (term. 98-111 and 126-133) can be configured in
a dialog box like below.
Besides setting the set-point, Timer, FailClass and Enable for each input the following can be set.
Input text
Minimum set-point value (only for 4..20mA inputs)
Maximum set-point value (only for 4..20mA inputs)
Unit (only for 4..20mA inputs)
High / low alarm (alarm is activated when the value is over / below the set-point)
Inverse Prop. (only for 4..20mA inputs)



Input
Value
Maximum
set-point value
Minimum
set-point value
4 mA 20 mA
Inverse Prop OFF

Input
Value
Maximum
set-point value
Minimum
set-point value
4 mA 20 mA
Inverse Prop ON



If an input has two alarm levels (like the analogue inputs), the input text, minimum set-point value, maximum
set-point value, unit and the Inverse prop. setting will be the same for level 2 as for level 1.
If the minimum set-point value and maximum set-point value are changed in level 1, it must be downloaded to
the GEMPAC and then uploaded before its valid for level 2. If this is not done the messages value is outside
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The binary input (term. 118) can be configured in a dialog box like below.
Besides setting the set-point, Timer, FailClass and Enable for the input the following can be set.
Input text
High / low alarm




The configurable texts will only be shown in the protection menus and the utility software.
The readout of the measuring value in line 2 of the display will always have a fixed text for the input.

Input Terminals Displayed text
4..20mA Analogue Input E1 98, 99 4...20mA E1
4..20mA Analogue Input E2 100, 101 4...20mA E2
4..20mA Analogue Input E3 102, 103 4...20mA E3
4..20mA Analogue Input E4 104, 105 4...20mA E4
PT100 Input 1 106, 107, 108 PT100 1
PT100 Input 2 109, 110, 111 PT100 2
4..20mA Analogue Input 1 132, 133 4..20mA 1
4..20mA Analogue Input 2 130, 131 4..20mA 2
4..20mA Analogue Input 3 128, 129 4..20mA 3
4..20mA Analogue Input 4 126, 127 4..20mA 4

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9.2 Control settings libraries for operation mode
One control settings library is available for each operation mode.

Mode No. Mode Setting library name
1 Peak Lopping S1
2 Base Load (P/PF) S2
3 Droop S3
4 Load Sharing S4
5 Base Load (P/var) S5

When changing operation mode, the control settings library is automatic changed to the current operation
mode.
Each control setting library contains the following settings:
Frequency Control Gain
Frequency Control Time
Power Control Gain
Power Control Time
Voltage Control Gain
Voltage Control Time
var Control Gain
var Control Time
PF Control Gain
PF Control Time



With the utility software its possible to set the control settings for all settings libraries at the same time when
downloading.
With the menus at the display unit, its only possible to set the control settings for the current operation mode.
When changing to Manual Mode (Mode Enable input =OFF) the displayed control setting in the display unit
is from the last selected operation mode.