User's guide

SDMO Control unit KERYS TACTIL - S 9000

V 1.05 (29/06/06)

33502015901_2_1

1. MICS Kerys .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 1.1. Aim and structure .................................................................................................................................................................... 2 2. Using the interface ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2 2.1. Presentation of the keypad....................................................................................................................................................... 2 2.1.1 The display .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3 2.1.2 The alphanumeric keys............................................................................................................................................................ 3 2.1.3 The generating set operational keys ........................................................................................................................................ 4 2.1.4 The navigation keys ................................................................................................................................................................ 5 2.1.5 The signalling control keys ..................................................................................................................................................... 5 2.2. Interface ergonomics ............................................................................................................................................................... 5 2.2.1 Description of the screens ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 2.2.2 The home screen ..................................................................................................................................................................... 6 2.2.3 Navigation screens .................................................................................................................................................................. 7 2.2.4 Operating and configuration screens ....................................................................................................................................... 8 2.2.4.1. Upper band indicators ................................................................................................................................................ 8 2.2.4.2. Upper band commands............................................................................................................................................... 9 2.2.4.3. Lower band functions................................................................................................................................................. 9 2.2.5 The dialogue boxes.................................................................................................................................................................. 9 2.2.5.1. Confirming an entry in a main screen ........................................................................................................................ 9 2.2.5.2. Entering text ............................................................................................................................................................. 10 2.2.5.3. Entering numerical values ........................................................................................................................................ 10 2.2.5.4. Selecting from a list.................................................................................................................................................. 11 2.2.6 Saving modifications............................................................................................................................................................. 11 3. Using menus ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 3.1. Layout of the menus .............................................................................................................................................................. 12 3.1.1 Generating set operating modes ............................................................................................................................................ 13 3.1.2 Menu layout according to operating mode............................................................................................................................ 18 3.2. Operating menus.................................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.1 Driving .................................................................................................................................................................................. 19 3.2.2 Function keys ........................................................................................................................................................................ 19 3.2.3 Synchronisation column........................................................................................................................................................ 19 3.2.4 Power plant measurements summary .................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5 Measurements ....................................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.1. Generating set electrical measurements ................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.2. BUSBAR/grid(s) electrical measurements ............................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.3. Mechanical measurements ....................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.4. Generating set harmonic measurements ................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.5. BUSBAR/grid(S) harmonic measurements.............................................................................................................. 19 3.2.5.6. Rotating field measurements .................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.5.7. Customised display of analogue values.................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.6 Alarms and faults .................................................................................................................................................................. 19 3.2.6.1. Help .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7 User settings .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7.1. Set points .................................................................................................................................................................. 19 3.2.7.2. Power thresholds ...................................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7.3. Wattmetric control / General parameters.................................................................................................................. 19 3.2.7.4. Wattmetric control / Thresholds............................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7.5. Generating set priorities ........................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7.6. User parameters (1/2) ............................................................................................................................................... 19 3.2.7.7. User parameters (2/2) ............................................................................................................................................... 19 3.3. Regional parameters .............................................................................................................................................................. 19 4. Generating set starting modes ............................................................................................................................................................. 19 4.1. General information............................................................................................................................................................... 19 4.2. Prerequisites .......................................................................................................................................................................... 19 4.3. Manual starting...................................................................................................................................................................... 19 4.4. Starting using the no load test function ................................................................................................................................. 19 4.5. Starting using the load test function ...................................................................................................................................... 19 4.6. Starting in automatic mode.................................................................................................................................................... 19 5. Definitions .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 19 5.1. Glossary................................................................................................................................................................................. 19

1/62

33502015901_2_1

1. MICS Kerys 1. Back-lit display with touch panel Navigation keys Man Machine Interface operation indicator LED (flashing) 2/62 33502015901_2_1 .) All or nothing logical inputs and outputs module Analogue inputs and outputs module temperature acquisition module electrical safety module Man-Machine Interface Module adjustment module An industrial programmable automatic control module and a Man-Machine Interface module form the basic configuration of the system.1. 2.P. Presentation of the keypad Generating set control keys Signalling control keys Alphanumeric keypad.I. Using the interface 2.1. Aim and structure The MICS KERYS system comprises a range of electronic modules which are to be used for control and command operations. setting and protecting generating sets which stand alone or feature as part of a power plant. The system includes the following modules: industrial programmable automatic control module (A.

16/9. 65536 colours dimensions: 154 mm x 86 mm neon backlighting 480 x 234 resolution touch panel (8 columns x 8 rows) 2. 3/62 33502015901_2_1 .1.1. The characters entered appear in the order they were typed on the keypad.1 The display The display has the following specifications: 7-inch colour TFT display.2.2 The alphanumeric keys Pressing these keys successively allows the facial values to be entered.

The illuminated led indicates that the mode is active Selecting stop mode.3 The generating set operational keys 1 2 3 4 8 9 10 11 12 7 6 5 13 14 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Manual mode selection.2. 4/62 33502015901_2_1 .1. The illuminated led indicates that the mode is active Automatic mode selection The illuminated led indicates that the mode is active Test in progress In automatic mode: test sequence control In manual mode: starting and stopping the motor Generating set circuit breaker opening control Open generating set circuit breaker Grid circuit breaker opening control Open grid circuit breaker Grid circuit breaker closing control Closed grid circuit breaker Grid voltage status Grid circuit breaker closing control Closed generating set circuit breaker Generating set voltage status If test is requested a screen is brought up with the choice of a test under load or test off load.

When an indicator is active. These keys only need to be touched briefly. pressing the fault indicator displays the list of alarms and faults. Interface ergonomics The KERYS interface screen has a touch panel enabling various menus and commands to be accessed. for example.4 The navigation keys These keys are described in the section on "Interface Ergonomics".1.2. in some cases. Warning 5/62 33502015901_2_1 . the indicators allow access to menus listing general information. The active zones on the screen are indicated by rectangles.2. the recessed zones indicate the indicators.5 The signalling control keys The key is used to clear any faults The keys stops the buzzer The key controls the keypad indicator test. If they are pressed for too long and there is a key in the same position on the new screen. pressing one of these indicators displays the list of faults and alarms 15/10/02 19:10 :00 GS 1 Event archives Auto Faults Alarms -1Electrical archives -2Mechanical archives -3 – Event metering Control key Key selected. The extended zones indicate the control keys. However. 2. the corresponding command will be performed. 2.1.

2 The home screen This screen is the entry point to the system. Scroll up Move up one level or quit if in dialogue box Scroll left Scroll right Confirms the function of the selected key Scroll down Lastly. it is possible to access a menu directly by pressing the corresponding number key. 2.It is also possible to navigate through the menus using the keypad.2. 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Home Auto Faults Alarms -1Operation -2Fault finding -3Archiving/Metering -5Configuration -4Maintenance -6System 6/62 33502015901_2_1 .2.1 Description of the screens There are three types: the home screen the navigation screens the operation and configuration screens 2. It enables the main functions of the navigation to be accessed.

2.2.3 Navigation screens These screens enable the various sub-menus to be accessed. 7/62 33502015901_2_1 . Upper level Active menu title Lower levels 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Operation Auto Faults Alarms -0Welcome -1Operation -2Function keys -7User adjustments -6Alarms & Faults -4Central measurements summary -5Measurements When a key is selected the lower level sub-menu appears if available or the allocated operation screen. A sub-menu can also be accessed by pressing the corresponding numbered key.

2. Upper band indicators System date System time Number of generating set with which the man machine interface is in dialogue with Indication of alarm on the generating set concerned (flashing) Indication of fault on the generating set concerned (flashing) Indication of the operating mode of the generating set concerned Name of the active screen 15/10/02 19:10 :00 GS 1 Welcome Auto Faults Alarms 8/62 33502015901_2_1 .4 Operating and configuration screens These screens bring up the information and commands relating to the active menu.4.1.2.2. They are divided into three zones: an upper band present on all types of screens the centre section in which the specific information relating to the selected menu appears a lower band Upper band Centre section 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Event archives Auto Faults Alarms -1Electrical archives -3 – Central measurements summary Lower band 2.

2.2.2. Upper band commands Access to the regional parameters screen Access to the regional parameters screen Access to the Alarms & Faults screen Access to the Alarms & Faults screen Access to the operation screen 19:10:00 15/10/03 Welcome GS 1 Auto Faults Alarms If in power plant configuration." escape key cancels the change.2. Confirming an entry in a main screen When a value in the main menu has been modified the following dialogue box appears: Validation Validation of data entered Confirm Esc. there are special screens called "dialogue boxes" which appear if required.4. 9/62 33502015901_2_1 .3. the "Esc. The "Confirm" key saves the change.2.5. 2.5 The dialogue boxes To make it easier to enter information. Lower band functions Return to the navigation menu Pressing one or more of the short cut keys directs you to the functions linked to the active screen Return to previous active operation screen -1Function keys -3 – Central measurements summary 2.2.1.4. open a dialogue box enabling the generating set which you want to connect to be selected 1st action: access to the home screen 2nd action: return to previously selected menu 2.

2.3.2.5. When present. Saves the modifications and closes the dialogue box Left or right arrows on the keypad are used to move within the text. displays the maximum possible value Time in 1/10 second (6000) 0<= Confirm 0000 <=9999 Esc.5.2. 2. Closes the dialogue box without saving the modifications Saves the modifications and closes the dialogue box 10/62 33502015901_2_1 . displays the minimum possible value When present. Inserts a space to the left of the cursor Title configuration CDE AERO Insert Confirm Delete title Copy Delete a character Paste Esc.its unit of measurement and the variable concerned. Entering numerical values The dialogue box heading displays the type of value entered.2. Deletes the letter highlighted by the cursor Deletes all the text Closes the menu without saving the modifications. These indications are linked to the type of modified parameter. Characters are entered via alphanumeric keys on the keypad. Entering text Name of the function modified Text to be modified or created.

4. a screen indicates that the operation is in progress. 11/62 33502015901_2_1 .2.". This is a "Flash save" operation Following a modification. a red "Perform back-up" indicator light flashes at the top left-hand side of the screen.2. Esc. which means that if the power supply is lost any changes will be lost. While the data is being saved. the new data is stored in volatile memory. Active selection Arrows visible only if the selection numbers do not remain on the screen 2.6 Saving modifications After modifying a parameter.2.". List showing possible selections Type of fault (6000) Without General Alarm Arrows enabling the cursor to be moved Confirm Esc. Save in flash Customer Factory Confirm. It is also necessary to transfer these values to permanent memory. cancels it. Pressing this indicator makes one of the following dialogue boxes appear.5. Save in flash Confirm. Pressing "Confirm. Esc. confirms the operation. pressing "Esc. Selecting from a list The box heading indicates the parameter which will be assigned from your selection.

1.2 Applications .6.3 Service intervals .5 Progress reports .1.5.5 Measurements .4 Curves (Kerys Tactil) .2 E-mail .3 REG & PRO variables .2 Electrical archives . Using menus 3.3 Mechanical archives .4 Safety features .2.3.3 Software versions .3.7 All or nothing personalised display .5 Access management .2.1 Equipment .1.7 Factory Only the menu functions on the white background are described in this manual.4.2 Function keys .2 Identification application .5.1.4 Central unit measure.5 -Electrical faults .3.1 Events archives .5.4 Events metering . Warning 12/62 33502015901_2_1 .6.6 Reports .3. column .2.1 Digital I/O .6.3.3.2.1.1 Regional parameters .7 User adjustments .1.1.3. summary .2.4 Consumables .6.1. -0Welcome -1Operation -2Fault finding -3Archiving & Metering -4Maintenance -5Configurations -6System .6 Help .6. Layout of the menus The diagram below shows the layout of the main menus.1 Operation .3 Synchro.2.6.4 Printing .5 Mechanical metering .6 Electrical metering .4.5.3 Regulations .6 Management of Web access .4.2.4.1 Provider .6.2 Analog variables .4.6 Alarms & faults .4.

3. (configurations A634) generating set operating as part of a power plant / operating with shared switching unit (configuration A635) Configuration A612 TC: X/5A 5P5 10VA Protection card 3Ph+N 5VA Bus CAN no. (configurations A633) generating set operating as part of power plant / operating with shared normal/emergency switching unit.1 Generating set operating modes The operational modes are as follows: generating set operating alone / without normal / emergency inversion (configurations A612) generating set operating alone / with normal / emergency inversion and alternator circuit breaker (configurations A622) generating set operating alone / generating set coupled to the network (configurations A641 / A642 / A651 / A661) generating set operating as part of power plant / operating without shared normal/emergency switching unit. 3 m Standard module ETHERNET Network Configuration A622 TC: X/5A 5P5 10VA Protection card CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Standard module Power voltage detection ETHERNET Network m m 13/62 33502015901_2_1 .1.

5 10VA 3Ph 5VA CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Standard module ETHERNET Network m m 14/62 33502015901_2_1 .Configuration A641 TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card 3Ph 5VA CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Standard module m ETHERNET Network m Configuration A642 TC: X/5A 0.

5 10VA Control card TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card TC: X/5A 0.Configuration A651 TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA 3Ph 5VA CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Circuit breaker ALTERNATOR OPTIONAL MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC Standard module ETHERNET Network m m Configuration A661 TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA 3Ph 5VA CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Circuit breaker Alternator OPTIONAL MANUAL OR Auto Standard module ETHERNET Network m m 15/62 33502015901_2_1 .

Configuration A633 TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card Control card 3Ph+N 5VA 3Ph+N 5VA CAN 3 bus Standard module CAN 4 bus CAN 3 bus Standard module ETHERNET Network Power voltage detection M m ETHERNET Network M m 3Ph 5VA 3Ph 5VA Normal/emergency control via each base m m 16/62 33502015901_2_1 .5 10VA TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card 3Ph 5VA Bus CAN REG Control card 3Ph+N 5VA 3Ph 5VA CAN 3 bus 3Ph+N 5VA Standard module ETHERNET Network CAN 3 bus Standard module M M m CAN 4 bus m ETHERNET Network Configuration A634 Bus CAN REG TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA TC: X/5A 0.

Configuration A635 Bus CAN REG TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA TC: X/5A 0.5 10VA Control card Control card Control card 3Ph 5VA 3Ph+N 5VA 3Ph+N 5VA CAN 3 bus Standard module CAN 4 bus CAN 3 bus Standard module ETHERNET Network CAN 3 bus Standard module ETHERNET Network M m ETHERNET Network M m 3Ph 5VA 3Ph 5VA Central measurements are required if there are several grids m m 17/62 33502015901_2_1 .

6.1.1.1.1.A661 -0Home -1Operation .1.1.A634 .5 Measurements .6 Alarms & Faults .1 Regional parameters .1.2 Function keys .6 Alarms & Faults .5 Measurements . the menus are considered as being general and applicable to all operating modes defined above.3 Synchronisation Column .1. If there is no particular information.A635 .4 Central measurements summary .3.A641 .7 User settings The description of menus and associated screens refers to the above-mentioned operating modes.1 Operation -6System .7 User settings .1.2 Menu layout according to operating mode The layout of the menus according to operation mode is as follows: Modes: A612 .A651 .2 Function keys .1.6.A622 -0Home Modes: A633 .1 Regional parameters -1Operation .1.1.A642 .1 Operation -6System . Warning 18/62 33502015901_2_1 .1.1.4 Central measurements summary .

3.A634 .2.A635 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Operation Auto Faults Alarms -0Welcome -1Operation -2Function keys -3Synchronisation column -4Central measurements summary -7User adjustments -6Alarms & Faults -5Measurements Operating mode: A612 . Operating modes: A633 .A642 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Operation Auto Faults Alarms -0Welcome -1Operation -2Function keys -7User adjustments -6Alarms & Faults -5Measurements 19/62 33502015901_2_1 .A622 . Operating menus The operating menus combine all the menus required for operating the generating set.

Operating mode: A641 .A651 .A661 15/10/03 19:10 :00 GS 1 Operation Auto Faults Alarms -0Welcome -1Operation -2Function keys -3Synchronisation column -7User adjustments -6Alarms & Faults -5Measurements 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Operation Stop Faults Alarm 20/62 33502015901_2_1 .

15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Operation 2701 P. The frequency. This screen can also be displayed by pressing indicator displaying the operation mode of the generating set.F Manu 0.9 L Faults Alarms I1(A) Q(kVAr) Speed (rpm) Operating time: +Speed -1Function keys -2- 1505 10:05 +U -U 765 -Speed Synchronisation column -3Power plant measurements summary Motor rotation speed control Alternator voltage control Generating set output position indicator The speed and voltage adjustment buttons are only present on coupled applications in manual mode. can be displayed in analog or digital form.2. active and reactive power indicators. Warning 21/62 33502015901_2_1 .1 Driving This general screen displays all the main electrical parameters of the generating set. U23 voltage.3. Switching from one mode to another is performed by pressing the desired indicator. It is the general operating and monitoring screen for the generating set.

according to the generating set user configuration selected by the user. 0L 0 TCH FCT 1 (3710) RESTORE MAINS POWER TCH FCT 3 (3712) TCH FCT 4 (3713) TCH FCT 5 (3714) TCH FCT 6 (3715) TCH FCT 7 (3716) Operating time 0: 00 TCH FCT 8 (3717) Title configuration -1Synchronisation column -3Measurements 22/62 33502015901_2_1 . The procedure is as follows: press the"title configuration " key.2.A661 Active key Key active and selected 15/10/2003 U23(V) 00 :00 :00 GS 1 I 1(A) Status messages Function keys Stop Faults F (Hz) Alarms 0 0 P. select the key concerned and the text box will appear. The most frequently used commands are: Restore mains in EJP Forced global operation Close emergency circuit breaker Confirm mains return Inhibit safety features Open emergency circuit breaker Normal maintenance Open emergency circuit breaker Close normal emergency circuit breaker It is possible to change the text describing the function of the key. Operating modes: A641 . This menu has the additional commands required for operating the generating set.A642 .3.A651 .F.2 Function keys Pressing one of these keys. activates a particular function programmed in production.

0L 0 TCH FCT 1 (3710) TCH FCT 5 (3714) TCH FCT 2 (3711) TCH FCT 6 (3715) TCH FCT 3 (3712) TCH FCT 7 (3716) TCH FCT 4 (3713) Operating time 0: 00 TCH FCT 8 (3717) Title configuration -1Synchronisation column -2Central measurements summary -3Measurements 23/62 33502015901_2_1 .A634 .Operating modes: A633 .F.A635 Active key Key active and selected 15/10/2003 U23(V) 00 :00 :00 GS 1 I 1(A) Status messages Function keys Stop Faults F (Hz) Alarms 0 0 P.

0L 0 TCH FCT 1 (3710) TCH FCT 5 (3714) TCH FCT 2 (3711) TCH FCT 6 (3715) TCH FCT 3 (3712) TCH FCT 7 (3716) TCH FCT 4 (3713) Operating time 0: 00 TCH FCT 8 (3717) Title configuration -3Measurements 24/62 33502015901_2_1 .A622 Active key Key active and selected 15/10/2003 U23(V) 00 :00 :00 GS 1 I 1(A) Status messages Function keys Stop Faults F (Hz) Alarms 0 0 P.Operating modes: A612 .F.

voltage and phase deviations). the + Speed and – Speed controls.00Hz + TOP COUPLAGE 0% +V -V + + Speed .3 Synchronisation column This screen allows the user to view the synchronisation in progress of two sources (frequency.A635 Indication of frequency deviation Indication of voltage deviation Synchronisation column 0° Delta F 20° 20° 15/10/2003 00: 00: 00 GS 1 Manu Faults Alarms Delta V 0. and +V –V only appear in Manual mode Warning 25/62 33502015901_2_1 .Speed + - -1Function keys Synchro in progress -2-3Central unit measure. Measurements summary Graph showing voltage deviation Graph showing frequency deviation The TOP COUPLING button.3. Operating modes: A633 .2.A634 .

A651 .00Hz + TOP COUPLAGE 0% +V -V + + Speed .Operating modes: A641 . and +V –V only appear in Manual mode Warning 26/62 33502015901_2_1 .Speed + - Synchro in progress -1Function keys -3Measurements Graph showing voltage deviation Graph showing frequency deviation The TOP COUPLING button. the + Speed and – Speed controls.A 642 .A661 Indication of frequency deviation Indication of voltage deviation Synchronisation column 0° Manu Faults Alarms 15/10/2003 00: 00: 00 GS 1 Delta F 20° 20° Delta V 0.

3.2. It displays electrical measurement values for each generating set in the power plant as well as power plant outputs. column -3Measurements 27/62 33502015901_2_1 .A635 15/10/2003 00 : 00: 00 Choice of sets to display Gen set no. Alarm Q(kVAR) S(kVA) 01 02 03 0 0 0 0 F(Hz) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U23(V) 0 0 0 0L 0L 0L 14 Kerys Tactyl 14 Control unit Kerys 0 -1Function keys -2Synchro.4 Power plant measurements summary This screen can only be accessed in "power plant" operation.A634 .F. GS 1 P(kW) Central unit measure. Gen set no. Gen set no. Operating modes: A633 . summary Stop I1(A) Faults P.

5 Measurements This command brings up a sub-menu from which the following measurements can be taken: Operating modes: A633 .3.A651 . measurements -3Mechanical measurements.2.A622 15/10/03 19:10:00 GS 1 Measurements Auto Faults Alarms -0Operation -1Electrical measurements -2BUSBAR/Grid(s) elect.A634 . 28/62 33502015901_2_1 .A641 . measurements -3Mechanical measurements. -4Harmonics -7Customised analogue display -6Rotating fields -5Grid(s) harmonics Operating modes: A612 .A642 .A661 15/10/03 19:10:00 Genset Measurements Auto Faults Alarms -0Operation -1Electrical measurements -2BUSBAR/Grid(s) elect.A635 .

3.5. Generating set electrical measurements This screen displays all the electrical measurements of the generating set: starter battery voltage (Vbat) voltages between phases expressed in Volts (V12. P2 and P3) expressed in kW total active power (PT1) expressed in kW reactive power per phase (Q1.A635 .A642 .A634 . I23 and I31) power factor (PF) frequency F expressed in Hertz active power per phase (P1.A661 29/62 33502015901_2_1 . expressed in Mvar Operating modes: A633 . V23 and V31) phase currents expressed in Amps (I12.2.1.A641 . expressed in MWh reactive energy (RE) supplied.A651 . Q2 and Q3) expressed in kvar total reactive power (QT) expressed in kvar active energy (AE) supplied.

Operating modes: A612 .A622 30/62 33502015901_2_1 .

F.F.A641 .A642 .5.A661 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 BUSBAR/Grids electrical measurements Stop Faults Alarms 01 U12(V) U23(V) U31(V) P.2.A635 .) the frequency expressed in Hertz the active power by phase (P1.3. I23 and I31) the power factor (P. U23 and U31) the phase currents expressed in Amps (I12. P2 and P3) expressed in kW the total active power (PT1) expressed in kW the reactive power by phase (Q1. Warning 31/62 33502015901_2_1 . BUSBAR/grid(s) electrical measurements This screen enables all the grid electrical measurements to be displayed: the starter battery voltage (Ubat) the voltages between phases expressed in (U12. Q2 and Q3) expressed in kvar the total reactive power (QT) expressed in kvar Operating modes: A633 .2.A634 . 0 0 0 0L I1(A) I2(A) I3(A) F (Hz) 0 0 0 0 P1(kW) P2(kW) P3(kW) PT(kW) 0 0 0 0 Q1(kVAR) Q2(kVAR) Q3(kVAR) QT(kVAR) 0 0 0 0 -1Electrical measurements -2Mechanical measurements -3Grid(s) harmonics The grid selection dialogue box is only present if the installation is managing several power supplies.A651 .

0 0 0 0L I1(A) I2(A) I3(A) F (Hz) 0 0 0 0 P1(kW) P2(kW) P3(kW) PT1(kW) 0 0 0 0 Q1(kVAR) Q2(kVAR) Q3(kVAR) QT(kVAR) 0 0 0 0 -1Electrical measurements -2Mechanical measurements The grid selection dialogue box is only present if the installation is managing several power supplies.A622 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 BUSBAR/Grids electrical measurements Stop Faults Alarms 01 U12(V) U23(V U31(V P.Operating mode: A612 .F. Warning 32/62 33502015901_2_1 .

00 0. when supplied by the motor regulation system.A651 .00 0.5. HT Coolant(°C) Air intake Temp.A634 . LT coolant(°C) Temp. (bar) Fuel pres.A641 .00 0.3.A635 .A642 .00 °F display Oil pres. Operating modes: A633 . Mechanical measurements This screen enables the main motor parameter values to be displayed.00 0.2.00 0.3. (bar) 0. (bar) Common rail pres.00 0.(°C) Fuel temp. operational information is supplied 33/62 33502015901_2_1 .00 Display in PSI -3Harmonics -1Electrical measurements -2BUSBAR/grid (s) electrical measurements In this zone.A661 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Mechanical measurements Stop Faults Alarms Temp. (°C) Oil temp. (°C) 0. (bar) Air intake pres.00 0.

00 0. (bar) Fuel pres. when supplied by the motor regulation system.00 0. Warning The “Display in …" keys enables the temperature measurements to be read in degrees Celsius or degrees Fahrenheit and the pressure measurements in bar or in PSI.00 0.A622 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Mechanical measurements Stop Faults Alarms Temp. HT Coolant(°C) Air intake Temp. (°C) 0. (°C) Oil temp.00 0. LT coolant(°C) Temp.Operating modes: A612 .00 0. (bar) 0.00 0. 34/62 33502015901_2_1 . (bar) Common rail pres.00 °F display Oil pres.00 0.(°C) Fuel temp.00 Display in PSI -1Electrical measurements -2BUSBAR/grid (s) electrical measurements In this zone. (bar) Air intake pres. operational information is supplied The type of values displayed varies according to the type of motor selected.

5 and 7 harmonic rates on generating set currents and voltages.2.5.A634 . Operating modes: A633 .A651 .A661 15/10/2003 00:00:00 GS 1 Voltages 0% L1 0% 0% 0% Genset harmonics Stop Currents 0% 0% Faults Alarms 0% L2 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% L3 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 3 -1 Electrical measurements 5 7 3 5 7 -2Mechanical measurements -3Grid(s) harmonics 3.A635 .3.5.A634 .5. Operating modes: A633 .A641 .A641 .A642 .2. BUSBAR/grid(S) harmonic measurements This screen displays the emergency Bus bars or grid harmonics.4.A642 . Generating set harmonic measurements This screen lets the user find out level 3.A635 .A661 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Voltages 0% L1 0% 0% 0% Grid(s) harmonics Stop Currents 0% 0% Faults Alarms 0% L2 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 01 0% L3 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 3 -1BUSBAR/Grids electrical measurements 5 7 3 -3Harmonics 5 7 -2Mechanical measurements 35/62 33502015901_2_1 .A651 .

Operating modes: A633 . Rotating field measurements This screen enables the direction of rotation for each power supply field to be compared.A651 .2.A635 .A642 .A641 .A.6.5.S.A661 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 Grid(s) R S T GS 1 Rotating fields Stop Faults Alarm Generating set(s) R S T 01 A B Phase sequence C A B Phase sequence C Inverse -1BUSBAR/grid (s) electrical measurements normal -2Mechanical measurements Inverse -3Harmonics normal The data supplied is directly linked to the correct voltage connections on the I. inputs The user must always check that the indication is correct.3. Warning 36/62 33502015901_2_1 .A634 .

3Harmonics 15/10/2003 00 : 00: 00 GS 1 Stop Faults Alarm FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE .1 Electrical measurements +000000 +000.2.0 +000000 +000000 -2Electrical measurements JDB/Grid(s) +000000 +000000 +000000 157 +000000 +000000 +000000 Kerys Tactyl 157 Kerys Each set of analogue values only appears when an associated variable has been configured Warning 37/62 33502015901_2_1 . Customised display of analogue values This screen lets the user view the specific analogue values.00 +00.5.7. Personalised analog display FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE .3.000 +0000.

A line on a red background shows a fault. 15/10/2003 Date 26/11/03 26/11/03 26/11/03 00: 00: 00 Time 11:11:12’55 10:35:16’28 10:10:10’10 GS 1 Status 1 0 0 Alarms & faults @ 6131 6017 60C3 Stop Title HT LOW COOLANT LEVEL FAULT INSULATION 1 ALARM CIRCUIT BREAKER FAULT ON GENERATING SET OUTPUT Faults Alarms -1Function keys Active line -2Synchronisation column -3Central unit measure. The @ column gives the location of the variable associated with the fault. the text on the line is displayed in white press the Reset button on the keypad. it is necessary to: check that the fault has disappeared (status 0) and. When in Manu or Auto mode. and the line is cleared When a fault is displayed. The Title column gives details of the fault. if necessary. a screen will inform the user to switch to Stop mode.2.3. remove the causes of the fault select the line in question. its effect on operation remains active even if the cause has disappeared. and a line on an orange background shows an alarm. summary Scroll down buttons for when the list is longer than the number of lines on the To clear a fault. if the user wants to clear a fault with an "In stopped" clearance mode. The Status column shows whether or not the fault is still present: 1 = yes or 0 = no.6 Alarms and faults This menu can be brought onto screen by pressing the Alarms and Faults buttons on the upper bar. Warning 38/62 33502015901_2_1 . The first two columns give details of the date and time that the fault appeared. This screen allows the user to view the list of faults present on the installation.

39/62 33502015901_2_1 . The "Search" key launches a search. Help This screen displays possible causes of a problem and what to check.6. 15/10/2003 Fault number Title 00:00:00 60D6 GS 1 Keywords Help Stop THEN Faults Alarm ACTIVE OUTPUT MAXIMUM ALARM (32) Adjust output to genset capacity.2. 15/10/2003 Fault number Title 00:00:00 60D6 GS 1 Keywords Help Stop THEN Faults Alarm ACTIVE OUTPUT MAXIMUM ALARM (32) Genset overload in active power. Possible causes Check Previous fault -1Digital I/O -2Curves Search -3Electrical faults Next fault Searches can be done in two ways: enter a keyword enter the fault number Pressing in the "Checks" area displays a description of the checks.3. Check Possible causes Previous fault -1Digital I/O -2Curves Search -3Electrical faults Next fault Pressing in the "Possible causes" area displays a description of the cause.1. Drop part of the load.

Launch the search by pressing on "Search". 4. 3. The user can display the previous or next fault found by the search by using the appropriate keys. the user can display the possible cause or what to check by pressing the appropriate icon (right of screen).How to search: 1. When the search is over.A661 15/10/2003 19:10:00 GS 1 User adjustments Auto Faults Alarms -0Operation -1Set point -2Power threshold -4User parameters 1/2 -5User parameters 2/2 40/62 33502015901_2_1 .2. Enter a keyword or fault number. 2. 3.7 User settings This command has the following options: Operating modes: A612 .A651 .A641 .A622 .A642 .

Operating modes: A633 .A634 15/10/2003 00:00:00 GS 1 User adjustments Stop Faults Alarms -0Operation -1Set point -2Power threshold -3Wattmeter control -4User parameters 1/2 -5User parameters 2/2 Operating mode: A635 15/10/2003 00:00:00 GS 1 User adjustments Stop Faults Alarms -0Operation -2Power threshold -3Wattmeter control -4User parameters 1/2 -5User parameters 2/2 41/62 33502015901_2_1 .

Power setting Enables the power and power factor values to be assigned for periods of operation coupled to the grid.A622 .A642 .7.1.A651 .A661 Voltage setting Designed for multi-voltage applications. Grid set point: the grid supplies a fixed output and the generating set control unit provides any additional power Genset set point: the generating set supplies a fixed output and the grid provides any additional power 42/62 33502015901_2_1 . These values relate to the following parameters: Generating set Voltage Active power Power factor Reactive power Grid Active power Power factor Reactive power A green background indicates the active set point Operating modes: A612 . Set points This menu is used for defining set point values for adjusting the generating set. enabling the required value for each set point to be defined. this menu enables the required value for each set point to be defined.2.A641 .3. Designed for multi-voltage applications.

Power setting Enables the power and power factor values to be assigned for periods of operation coupled to the grid.Operating modes: A633 . enabling the required value for each set point to be defined. Grid set point: the grid supplies a fixed output and the generating set control unit provides any additional power Genset set point: the generating set supplies a fixed output and the grid provides any additional power 43/62 33502015901_2_1 .A634 Voltage setting Designed for multi-voltage applications.

A651 .A622 . The green background indicates that the threshold value has been reached or exceeded.2.A641 . Operating modes: A612 .3.7.A642 .A661 05/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Power threshold Stop Faults Alarm Gen set P thresholds as % of gen set Pn 4780 10 4781 15 4782 20 4783 30 4784 40 4785 50 4786 75 4787 100 Power plant P threshold as % of Power plant Pn 4788 0 -1 Set points 4799 0 478A 0 478B 0 478C 0 478D 0 478E 0 478F 0 -2User parameters Operating modes: A633 . Power thresholds In this menu the threshold values are defined.A634 05/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Power thresholds Stop Faults Alarm Gen set P thresholds as % of gen set Pn 4780 10 4781 15 4782 20 4783 30 4784 40 4785 50 4786 75 4787 100 Power plant P threshold as % of Power plant Pn 4788 10 -1 Set points 4799 30 478A 45 478B 60 478C 75 478D 90 478E 105 478F 120 -2User parameters -3 Wattmetric control 44/62 33502015901_2_1 . with the digital variables. authorise the creation of additional functions linked to the generating set or grid power. which.2.

Operating mode: A635 05/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Power thresholds Stop Faults Alarm Gen set P thresholds as % of gen set Pn 4780 10 4781 15 4782 20 4783 30 4784 40 4785 50 4786 75 4787 100 Power plant P threshold as % of Power plant Pn 4788 10 4799 30 478A 45 478B 60 478C 75 478D 90 478E 105 478F 120 -2User parameters -3 Wattmetric control 45/62 33502015901_2_1 .

46/62 33502015901_2_1 . Maximum number of generating sets: All generating sets start when there is a request for emergency operation.A634 .2.3.7. 15/10/2003 00:00:00 GS 1 General parameters Stop Faults Alarms Wattmeter control Global operation time delay (sec): Power on time delay (seconds) Minimum number of GS Number of additional generating sets -1Generating set priority Avec 70 10 01 0 Power off time delay (seconds) Maximum number of GS 10 05 -2Thresholds Global operation time delay: Time taken for all generating sets to be started and for generating sets to power the installation.3. Number of additional generating sets: Corresponds to the number of generating sets which have started in addition to the minimum number of generating sets needed to power the installation. Minimum number of generating sets: Determines the minimum number of generating sets needed to start in order that the power plant can authorise the switching on of the installation. This adjustment enables the number of generating sets starting during this sequence to be limited. Wattmetric control / General parameters Operating mode: A633 . the Wattmeter control only intervenes after an operation period allowing load stabilisation after the restart. Power off time delay: Time taken for the generating set to perform the power off keyway needed to remove power from the installation. Power on time delay: Time taken for the generating set to perform the power on keyway needed to power the installation.A635 This section allows you to define the icommissioning criteria of generating sets in a power plant according to the power requirements of the installation. The setting entry fields only appear if the With Wattmeter control selection is confirmed.

Wattmetric control / Thresholds Operating mode: A633 . They define the active power threshold leading to an additional generating set start request.7. If the threshold appears.e.the request to switch off the generating set is delayed for the duration of the time delay period. They define the active power threshold leading to the power-off request when the power consumption of an installation is reduced. Power-off thresholds These parameters are located in the right half of the on-screen configuration zone. 15/10/2003 00: 00:00 GS 1 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Thresholds 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW Stop 2 GS => 1 GS 3 GS => 2 GS 4 GS => 3 GS 5 GS => 4 GS 6 GS => 5 GS 7 GS => 6 GS -3Thresholds 2 Faults 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% Alarms 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 1 GS => 2 GS 2 GS => 3 GS 3 GS => 4 GS 4 GS => 5 GS 5 GS => 6 GS 6 GS => 7 GS -1General parameters -2 Generating set priority This only appears if there are more than 7 generating sets 47/62 33502015901_2_1 . i.3.A634 . a motor starting.2. The power-on request is delayed for the duration of the time delay period to prevent the installation being started with a temporary overload.A635 Power-on thresholds These parameters are located in the left half of the on-screen configuration field.4.

15/10/2003

00: 00:00

GS 1 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Thresholds 2 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW

Stop 8 GS => 7 GS 9 GS => 8 GS

Faults 0% 0% 0% 0% 0% 0%

Alarms 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW 0 kW

7 GS => 8 GS 8 GS => 9 GS 9 GS => 10 GS 10 GS => 11 GS 11 GS => 12 GS 12 GS => 13 GS -1Thresholds

10 GS => 9 GS 11 GS => 10 GS 12 GS => 11 GS 13 GS => 12 GS

-2Thresholds 3

This only appears if there are more than 13 generating sets

15/10/2003

00: 00:00

GS 1 0% 0%

Thresholds 3 0 kW 0 kW

Stop

Faults 0% 0%

Alarms 0 kW 0 kW

13 GS => 14 GS 14 GS => 15 GS

14 GS => 13 GS 15 GS => 14 GS

-1Thresholds

-2Thresholds 2

On each threshold screen, only generating sets which do not exceed the maximum number of generating sets are monitored on screen.

48/62

33502015901_2_1

3.2.7.5.

Generating set priorities

Operating mode: A633 - A634 - A635 This function is used to select the order in which the generating sets are controlled by the Wattmetric control. Select the generating set of which you want to modify the priority level New level of priority selection 15/10/2003 00: 00:00 GS 1 Generating set priority Modification Genset selection Stop Faults Alarms

01
Valid

Priority selection Cancelling modifications Display

04

Gen set

1

2 02

3 03

4 01

5 05

6 06

7 07

Priority 04

-1General parameters

-2Thresholds

Displays the priority attributed to each generating set again The number of generating set displayed depends on the number of the generating set declared in the power plant To modify the priority level assigned to a generating set: select the generating set (number) select the new priority confirm The previous priority of the modified generating set is assigned to the generating set affected by this change. Gen set Priority Modified priority 04 1 01 2 02 02 3 Before 03 After 03 4 04 01 5 05 05 6 06 06 7 07 07

The "Return to previous parameters" key allows the initial setting to be restored. This command is confirmed until it is saved in flash

49/62

33502015901_2_1

3.2.7.6.

User parameters (1/2)

This menu enables the user to modify certain settings in order to adapt operation to his requirements. 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Without User parameters Stop Faults 600 Alarm

Power return confirmation request

No load test time delay (sec): Power 2 3 30
Without

Power 1 Power loss time delay (sec): Power return time delay (sec): Inversion in noncoupling in emergency mode Inversion in noncoupling in normal mode -1 Set points According to the number of grids managed by the system 3 30
Without

Without

Without

Mains return confirmation request If the choice is "With ", when the grid voltage reappears, the mains return sequence is conditioned by additional signal. Before confirming this selection, ensure that the equipment has been designed for this and that the command is present. Warning Power cut time delay Defines the time between the actual loss of the grid voltage and the beginning of the starting sequence. Mains return time delay Defines the time between the actual loss of the grid voltage and the start of the switching off sequence. If the "with mains return" selection is operational, this triggers the switching off sequence. Inversion in non-coupling in normal Enables a programme to be selected in the event of the grid synchronisation failing. If the "Without" selection is active, the installation remains supplied by the replacement power supply, if not, the installation cuts-off the supply. Inversion on non-connection in emergency Enables a program to be selected in the event of the grid synchronisation failing. If the "Without" selection is active, the installation remains supplied by the grid, if not, the installation cuts-off the replacement power supply.

50/62

33502015901_2_1

3.7. This choice appears if the user has selected Long term synch (CRP) on the Configuration/Parameters/General screen.7.2. Pump priority: Choice of pump priority. This choice is possible when two starters have been configured. Starting mode: Choice of Starting mode. This choice is possible when two pumps have been configured. 51/62 33502015901_2_1 . This choice is possible if the user has programmed 2 starters: non alternating alternating Starter priority: Choice of starter priority. Function (CRF/CRP): Choice of the type of coupling. User parameters (2/2) Access to this screen depends on the configuration. Power off keyway (sec): Definition of the time delay associated with the power off keyway (Range of values: 0 to 32767). Power surge keyway (sec): Definition of the time delay associated with the power surge keyway (Range of values: 0 to 32767).

52/62 33502015901_2_1 . A special screen shows the time elapsing. Regional parameters The various display parameters can be selected from this menu: language selection for display setting the date and time setting the module synchronisation time 15/10/2003 00 : 00 :00 GS 1 Regional parameters Stop Faults Alarm Français English Spanish Deutsch Portuguese Language option Day 26 Month 11 Year 03 Hours 16 00 Minutes 20 00 Seconds 00 Synchronisation time: Inhibit the keys -1Application identification -2Software versions -3Printing The top on the bus enables the resetting of various time settings in real time defined by the synchronisation time. General information The aim of this section is to describe the actions to be carried out for starting a generating set in the various possible modes: starting in manual mode starting using the no load test function starting using the load test function starting in automatic mode 4.3. Prerequisites Make sure that you use an operational installation which includes a standard module and a KERYS IHM. the key inhibition function locks for approximately twenty seconds and does not register any presses on the screen. Generating set starting modes 4.3. To authorise cleaning the touch panel.1.2. 4.

grey: no alarm. If no faults are present. red: fault present.4. Manual starting Check there are no faults : grey: no fault. manual mode can be activated by pressing the Manu button. the fault management screen can be accessed by pressing the reset button.3. 53/62 33502015901_2_1 . red: alarm present. If faults are present.

The green LED underneath the generating set symbol goes out to indicate that the generating set has stopped. 54/62 33502015901_2_1 . During the starting phase and until the alternator voltage stabilises. and then lights up permanently once the phase is complete. The generating set may be stopped at any time by pressing the stop button or the 0 button in the test unit. The starting request is maintained until the generating set group starts. This method may not under any circumstances be used to turn the motor over. the green LED underneath the generating set symbol flashes.The manual starting phase will begin once button 1 in the test unit is pressed.

4.4. red: fault present. 55/62 33502015901_2_1 . Starting using the no load test function Check there are no faults: grey: no fault. If faults are present. If no faults are present. automatic mode can be activated by pressing the Auto button. the fault management screen can be accessed by pressing the reset button. grey: alarm not present. red: alarm present.

56/62 33502015901_2_1 . the no load test is started by pressing the corresponding touch key.Speed -3Power plant Synchronisation column measurements summary Using the KERYS touch-sensitive Man-Machine Interface. the following window will appear in which the type of test can be selected.The test starting phase will then begin once button 1 of the test unit is pressed.F Manu 0. the green LED underneath the generating set symbol flashes. The orange LED in the test unit lights up permanently once the test is confirmed During the starting phase and until the alternator voltage stabilises. and then lights up permanently once the phase is complete. If you press button 1 on the test unit. 15/10/2003 00: 00:00 GS 1 Operation 2701 P.9 L Faults Alarms I1(A) Test selected Select the test to be carried out Under load test Esc No load test Q(kVAr) Speed (rpm) Operating time: + Speed -1Function keys -2- 1505 10:05 +U -U 765 .

The generating set will stop automatically once the no load test is complete (600 seconds by default). The green LED underneath the generating set symbol goes out to indicate that the generating set has stopped.The generating set may be stopped at any time by pressing the stop button or the 0 button in the test unit. 57/62 33502015901_2_1 .

4. Starting using the load test function Check there are no faults: grey: no fault. If faults are present. grey: alarm not present. red: fault present. 58/62 33502015901_2_1 . If no faults are present. red: alarm present.5. automatic mode can be activated by pressing the Auto button. the fault management screen can be accessed by pressing the reset button.

the green LED underneath the generating set symbol flashes. and then lights up permanently once the phase is complete. the no load test is started by pressing the corresponding touch key.The test starting phase will then begin once button 1 of the test unit is pressed. If you press button 1 in the test unit. 15/10/2003 00: 00:00 GS 1 Operation 2701 P.Speed -3Power plant Synchronisation column measurements summary Using the KERYS touch-sensitive Man-Machine Interface.F Manu 0. The orange LED in the test unit lights up permanently once the test is confirmed During the starting phase and until the alternator voltage stabilises. the following window will appear in which the type of test can be selected.9 L Faults Alarms I1(A) Test selected Select the test to be carried out Under load test Esc No load test Q(kVAr) Speed (rpm) Operating time: + Speed -1Function keys -2- 1505 10:05 +U -U 765 . The installation is then controlled via the automatic systems in accordance with the configuration of the application: inversion of normal/emergency supply grid coupling etc 59/62 33502015901_2_1 .

60/62 33502015901_2_1 . The green LED underneath the generating set symbol goes out to indicate that the generating set has stopped.g.The generating set may be stopped at any time by pressing the stop button or the 0 button in the test unit. isolated grid operation) The generating set will stop after a cooling delay (180 seconds by default). Important: Pressing the stop button may cause an interruption in the power supply depending on its status when the button is pressed (e.

the generating set starts as a result of an external command which may be triggered by various sources: power loss EJP command (France only) customer command The installation is then controlled via the automatic systems in accordance with the configuration of the application: inversion of normal/emergency source grid coupling etc The generating set may be stopped at any time by pressing the 0 button in the test unit. The green LED underneath the generating set symbol goes out to indicate that the generating set has stopped. Starting in automatic mode In AUTO mode. Important: Pressing the stop button may cause an interruption in the power supply depending on its status when the button is pressed (e. 61/62 33502015901_2_1 . except for during the test functions.6.4. isolated grid operation) The generating set will stop after a cooling delay (180 seconds by default).g.

Glossary I.S.1.N. Led Synchronisation Industrial Automated System Grouping together of more than one power supply on the same distribution grid Man Machine Interface. I.A. Coupling I. Definitions 5.5. Tool enabling data to be exchanged between the user and the machine Emergency/Normal Switching Describes the device (switch) which enables the installation to be supplied by the grid (normal) or by the replacement power supply (emergency) or the operation (switching) from one power-supply to the other with a cut-off in supply to the installation Light-emitting diode Continuous operation to equalise the voltage and frequency of several electrical supplies before linking them to the same Bus bars 62/62 33502015901_2_1 .S.H.M.

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful