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37223

easYgen-3000
Genset Control

Installation
Software Version 1.0xxx

Manual 37223

Manual 37223

easYgen-3000 Series - Genset Control

WARNING
Read this entire manual and all other publications pertaining to the work to be performed before installing, operating, or servicing this equipment. Practice all plant and safety instructions and precautions.
Failure to follow instructions can cause personal injury and/or property damage.
The engine, turbine, or other type of prime mover should be equipped with an overspeed (overtemperature, or overpressure, where applicable) shutdown device(s), that operates totally independently of the
prime mover control device(s) to protect against runaway or damage to the engine, turbine, or other
type of prime mover with possible personal injury or loss of life should the mechanical-hydraulic governor(s) or electric control(s), the actuator(s), fuel control(s), the driving mechanism(s), the linkage(s),
or the controlled device(s) fail.
Any unauthorized modifications to or use of this equipment outside its specified mechanical, electrical,
or other operating limits may cause personal injury and/or property damage, including damage to the
equipment. Any such unauthorized modifications: (i) constitute "misuse" and/or "negligence" within
the meaning of the product warranty thereby excluding warranty coverage for any resulting damage,
and (ii) invalidate product certifications or listings.

CAUTION
To prevent damage to a control system that uses an alternator or battery-charging device, make sure
the charging device is turned off before disconnecting the battery from the system.
Electronic controls contain static-sensitive parts. Observe the following precautions to prevent damage to these parts.

Discharge body static before handling the control (with power to the control turned off, contact a
grounded surface and maintain contact while handling the control).

Avoid all plastic, vinyl, and Styrofoam (except antistatic versions) around printed circuit boards.

Do not touch the components or conductors on a printed circuit board with your hands or with
conductive devices.

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Revision History
Rev. Date
NEW 06-11-23

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Content
CHAPTER 1. GENERAL INFORMATION.........................................................................................7
CHAPTER 2. ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE AWARENESS .............................................................8
CHAPTER 3. HOUSING ...............................................................................................................9
Panel Cutout ...........................................................................................................................................9
Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................................10
Terminal Arrangement ..........................................................................................................................11
Clamp Fastener Installation ..................................................................................................................12
Screw Kit Installation.............................................................................................................................13

CHAPTER 4. WIRING DIAGRAMS ..............................................................................................14
CHAPTER 5. CONNECTIONS .....................................................................................................15
Power Supply ........................................................................................................................................16
Charging Alternator ...............................................................................................................................17
Voltage Measuring (FlexRange) ...........................................................................................................18
Voltage Measuring: Generator ...................................................................................................18
Voltage Measuring: Mains ..........................................................................................................22
Voltage Measuring: Busbar (System 1) 1Ph 2W ........................................................................26
Current Measuring ................................................................................................................................27
Generator Current.......................................................................................................................27
Mains Current 1-Phase...............................................................................................................29
Ground Current ...........................................................................................................................30
Power Measuring ..................................................................................................................................31
Power Factor Definition.........................................................................................................................31
MPU (Pickup) ........................................................................................................................................33
Discrete Inputs ......................................................................................................................................34
Discrete Inputs: Signal Polarity...................................................................................................34
Discrete Inputs: Operation Logic ................................................................................................36
Relay Outputs (LogicsManager) ...........................................................................................................37
Analog Inputs (FlexIn) ...........................................................................................................................38
Wiring Two-Pole Senders ...........................................................................................................38
Wiring Single-Pole Senders........................................................................................................39
Wiring Single and Two-Pole Senders Simultaneously ...............................................................40
Analog Outputs (FlexOut) .....................................................................................................................41
Controller Wiring .........................................................................................................................41
Interfaces ..............................................................................................................................................42
RS-232 Serial Interface (Serial Interface #1, Interface #1) ........................................................42
RS-485/RS-422 Serial Interfaces ...............................................................................................42
CAN Bus Interfaces (FlexCAN) ..................................................................................................43

CHAPTER 6. TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................45
CHAPTER 7. ENVIRONMENTAL DATA ........................................................................................48
CHAPTER 8. ACCURACY ..........................................................................................................49
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APPENDIX A. USEFUL INFORMATION ....................................................................................... 50
CAN Bus Pin Assignments of Third-Party Units................................................................................... 50
D-SUB DE9 Connector............................................................................................................... 50
RJ45/8P8C Connector ............................................................................................................... 50
IDC / Header Connector............................................................................................................. 51

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Figures and Tables
Figures
Figure 3-1: Housing - panel-board cutout .................................................................................................................................. 9
Figure 3-2: Housing easYgen-3000 - dimensions .................................................................................................................... 10
Figure 3-3: easYgen-3200 - terminal arrangement - rear view ................................................................................................ 11
Figure 3-4: Housing - drill plan ............................................................................................................................................... 13
Figure 4-1: Wiring diagram - overview ................................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 5-1: Power supply......................................................................................................................................................... 16
Figure 5-2: Power supply - crank waveform at maximum load ............................................................................................... 16
Figure 5-3: Charging alternator input/output ........................................................................................................................... 17
Figure 5-4: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - generator......................................................................................................... 18
Figure 5-5: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) -generator, 3Ph 4W........................................................................................... 19
Figure 5-6: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - generator, 3Ph 3W.......................................................................................... 20
Figure 5-7: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - generator, 1Ph 3W.......................................................................................... 20
Figure 5-8: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - generator, 1Ph 2W (phase-phase)................................................................... 21
Figure 5-9: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - mains .............................................................................................................. 22
Figure 5-10: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - mains, 3Ph 4W ............................................................................................. 23
Figure 5-11: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - mains, 3Ph 3W ............................................................................................. 24
Figure 5-12: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - mains, 1Ph 3W ............................................................................................. 24
Figure 5-13: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - mains, 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) ...................................................................... 25
Figure 5-14: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) - busbar (system 1) 1Ph 2W (phase-phase)..................................................... 26
Figure 5-15: Current measuring - generator............................................................................................................................. 27
Figure 5-16: Current measuring - generator, L1 L2 L3............................................................................................................ 28
Figure 5-17: Current measuring - Generator, phase Lx ........................................................................................................... 28
Figure 5-18: Current measuring - mains current ...................................................................................................................... 29
Figure 5-19: Current measuring - mains, phase Lx.................................................................................................................. 29
Figure 5-20: Current measuring - ground current .................................................................................................................... 30
Figure 5-21: Power measuring - direction of power ................................................................................................................ 31
Figure 5-22: MPU - principle overview................................................................................................................................... 33
Figure 5-23: MPU input........................................................................................................................................................... 33
Figure 5-24: Minimal necessary input voltage depending on frequency ................................................................................. 33
Figure 5-25: Discrete inputs - alarm/control input - positive signal......................................................................................... 34
Figure 5-26: Discrete inputs - alarm/control input - negative signal........................................................................................ 35
Figure 5-27: Discrete inputs - alarm/control inputs - operation logic ...................................................................................... 36
Figure 5-28: Relay outputs....................................................................................................................................................... 37
Figure 5-29: Analog inputs (FlexIn) - wiring two-pole senders.............................................................................................. 38
Figure 5-30: Analog inputs (FlexIn) - wiring single-pole senders .......................................................................................... 39
Figure 5-31: Analog inputs (FlexIn) - wiring single- and two-pole senders ........................................................................... 40
Figure 5-32: Analog controller output - Wiring and external jumper setting........................................................................... 41
Figure 5-33: RS-232 interface - overview................................................................................................................................ 42
Figure 5-34: RS-485/RS-422 interface #1 - overview ............................................................................................................. 42
Figure 5-35: CAN bus #1 - overview....................................................................................................................................... 43
Figure 5-36: CAN bus #2 - overview....................................................................................................................................... 43
Figure 5-37: Interfaces - CAN bus - termination ..................................................................................................................... 44
Figure 8-1: CAN bus pin assignment - D-SUB DE9 connector ............................................................................................... 50
Figure 8-2: CAN bus pin assignment - RJ45/8P8C connector ................................................................................................. 50
Figure 8-3: CAN bus pin assignment - IDC / Header .............................................................................................................. 51

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.........................................................IDC / Header .........................................................................................................................mains current .terminal assignment ..............wire size ............................................................................................ phase Lx............................terminal assignment .............. 50 Table 8-3: CAN bus pin assignment ....................terminal assignment ......panel cutout .................................wiring two-pole senders..................... 29 Table 5-20: Current measuring ........ 33 Table 5-22: Discrete input ................................................... 20 Table 5-7: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ............ 3Ph 4W...terminal assignment .............................. 3Ph 4W ............... 43 Table 5-31: CAN bus #2 ........................................... 50 Table 8-2: CAN bus pin assignment .......terminal assignment........................................... 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) .........................terminal assignment .................................................................... 44 Table 8-1: CAN bus pin assignment ............................................................................... 1Ph 3W................................................ 51 Page 6/52 © Woodward .... 28 Table 5-17: Current measuring ...... 37 Table 5-24: Analog inputs (FlexIn) ............................... 28 Table 5-18: Current measuring .............................................................terminal assignment .terminal assignment ....... 24 Table 5-12: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .... 1Ph 2W (phase-phase)........... 42 Table 5-29: RS-485/RS-422 interface #1 ......................... 17 Table 5-4: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ......................................................................................................generator...........................analog or PWM ....generator......................................................................................................... 41 Table 5-28: RS-232 interface .................. 19 Table 5-6: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ..........................ground current .........................................................................................terminal assignment ................Genset Control Tables Table 1-1: Manual .........terminal assignment .............................. 29 Table 5-19: current measuring ...............................................................wiring single.................... 20 Table 5-8: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ....overview....................................................................... 9 Table 5-1: Conversion chart ................... 18 Table 5-5: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .... phase Lx ......................................terminal assignment ....mains.................................................terminal assignment ...........................generator.....pin assignment...............................................................................................................busbar (system 1) 1Ph 2W (phase-phase)............... 35 Table 5-23: Relay outputs ....................mains................generator current ..pin assignment.........terminal assignment ......terminal assignment ............ 38 Table 5-25: Analog inputs (FlexIn) ......generator voltage................................................ 27 Table 5-16: Current measuring .......................................................................................................... 1Ph 3W ....................terminal assignment ..terminal assignment .................................................... 43 Table 5-32: Maximum CAN bus length........generator...........................RJ45/8P8C connector ..............D-SUB DE9 connector ......................Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series ....................terminal assignment .......... 25 Table 5-14: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .......................................................................................................... 30 Table 5-21: MPU ..................terminal assignment.................................................................................................mains voltage .............. 39 Table 5-26: Analog inputs (FlexIn) ...............................................................pin assignment........................................... L1 L2 L3 ..................................... 23 Table 5-11: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ................................................................................... 3Ph 3W........................mains...............and two-pole senders ............mains...........................terminal assignment ...........................terminal assignment .................................................... 15 Table 5-2: Power supply ..wiring single-pole senders ..............terminal assignment .... 16 Table 5-3: Charging alternator input/output . 24 Table 5-13: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ...............terminal assignment ..................................................... 21 Table 5-9: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) ........... 42 Table 5-30: CAN bus #1 ......................................................................mains.........................generator....................terminal assignment ... 26 Table 5-15: Current measuring ..................................... 40 Table 5-27: Bias signal outputs .. 3Ph 3W .......................pin assignment...........generator.................................................................. 22 Table 5-10: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .......terminal assignment .. 7 Table 3-1: Housing ..........terminal assignment .......................................

Configuration easYgen-3000 . In case of incorrect entries or a total loss of functions. The prerequisite for a proper and safe operation of the product is correct transportation. and installation as well as careful operation and maintenance. the default settings may be taken from the list of parameters enclosed in the configuration manual 37224 or from ToolKit and the respective *.Application easYgen-3000 .Operation easYgen-3000 . © Woodward Page 7/52 .SID file. which do not exist on your unit.Installation easYgen-3000 . Inputs/outputs. and other details described. General Information Type easYgen-3000 Series easYgen-3000 . it is not possible to cover every combination.Genset Control Chapter 1. functions. configuration screens. storage. Due to the large variety of parameter settings. The present manual has been prepared to enable the installation and commissioning of the unit. may be ignored. The manual is therefore only a guide.overview Intended Use The unit must only be operated in the manner described by this manual. NOTE This manual has been developed for a unit fitted with all available options.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .Interfaces this manual Ö English German 37223 37224 37225 37226 37383 - Table 1-1: Manual .

• Do not touch any part of the PCB except the edges. Electrostatic Discharge Awareness All electronic equipment is static-sensitive. you must take special precautions to minimize or eliminate electrostatic discharges. Keep plastic. Do not remove the printed circuit board (PCB) from the control cabinet unless absolutely necessary. Immediately after removing the old PCB from the control cabinet. 2. cabinets. If you must remove the PCB from the control cabinet. Page 8/52 © Woodward . modules. discharge the static electricity on your body to ground by touching and holding a grounded metal object (pipes. Before doing maintenance on the electronic control. cellophane wrappers.Genset Control Chapter 2. plastic bottles. connectors. equipment. Guide for Handling and Protection of Electronic Controls.). cigarette packages. Wear cotton or cotton-blend materials as much as possible because these do not store static electric charges as easily as synthetics.) away from the control. read and observe the precautions in Woodward manual 82715. or components with conductive devices or with bare hands. keep the new PCB in the plastic antistatic protective bag it comes in until you are ready to install it. and work area as much as possible. vinyl books or folders. Avoid the build-up of static electricity on your body by not wearing clothing made of synthetic materials. • Do not touch the electrical conductors. follow these precautions: • Ensure that the device is completely voltage-free (all connectors have to be disconnected). vinyl. 4. place it in the antistatic protective bag. and Modules. Printed Circuit Boards. etc. and Styrofoam materials (such as plastic or Styrofoam cups. Opening the control cover may void the unit warranty. • When replacing a PCB. Follow these precautions when working with or near the control.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . etc. 1. some components more than others. 3. CAUTION To prevent damage to electronic components caused by improper handling. To protect these components from static damage.

Genset Control Chapter 3.1 mm --- Table 3-1: Housing .panel cutout © Woodward Page 9/52 .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .0 mm --+ 1.panel-board cutout Measure H h h' B b b' Description Height Width Depth Total Panel cutout Housing dimension Total Panel cutout Housing dimension Total 217 mm 183 mm 181 mm 282 mm 249 mm 247 mm 99 mm Tolerance --+ 1. Housing Panel Cutout ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ B b b' h' h H Figure 3-1: Housing .

Genset Control Dimensions ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ 217 mm 181 mm 282 mm 247 mm 87 mm 99 mm Figure 3-2: Housing easYgen-3000 .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .dimensions Page 10/52 © Woodward .

Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .terminal arrangement .20 mA PWM + L1 Analog Inputs 0 to 500 Ohm 0/4 to 20 mA Mains PT L1 L2 L3 RS-232 Relay R01 Common Relay R04 Relay R03 Relay R02 Relay R05 Relay R06 Generator PT N L1 L2 L3 Busbar PT N L1 L2/N 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V 100 V 400 V Generator CT Relay Outputs RS-485 / RS-422 Discrete Inputs Relay R07 Relay R08 Relay R09 Common Relay R12 Relay R11 Relay R10 MPU MPU + DI 12 DI 11 DI 10 DI 09 DI 08 DI 07 DI 06 DI 05 DI 04 DI 03 DI 02 DI 01 DI Common Auxiliary excitation D+ 24 V Power supply 24 V + Engine ground Protective earth PE Pickup Ground/Mains CT CAN bus #2 CAN bus #1 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 + + + Out - L1 PWM PWM s2 s1 s2 s1 s2 s1 s2 s1 V V 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Out Figure 3-3: easYgen-3200 .rear view © Woodward Page 11/52 .Genset Control Terminal Arrangement ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ L3 AI 01 AI 02 AI 03 AO 01 AO 02 + L2 Analog Outputs +/-10 Vdc +/.

Panel cut-out Cut out the panel according to the dimensions in Table 3-1. 5. Do not completely remove the screws from the clamp inserts. 3. Insert unit into cut-out Insert the unit into the panel cutout. Loosen clamping screws Loosen the four clamping screws (1) until they are almost flush with the clamp inserts and tilt the clamp inserts down by 45° (2) to remove them from the housing. (1) Insert the nose of the insert into the slot on the side of the housing.1 Nm. 6. If the panel cutout is not big enough. Remove terminals Loosen the wire connection terminal screws on the back of the unit and remove the wire connection terminal strip if required (1).0 2. Verify that the unit fits correctly in the cutout. Reattach terminals Reattach the wire connection terminal strip (1) and secure them with the side screws. Do not exceed the recommended tightening torque of 0. 7.5 186.Genset Control Clamp Fastener Installation ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ For installation into a door panel with the fastening clamps.0 Rmax: R 3. (2) Raise the clamp insert so that it is parallel to the control panel. proceed as follows: 1. Page 12/52 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 © Woodward .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . Tighten clamping screws Tighten the clamping screws (1) until the control unit is secured to the control panel (2). Attach clamp inserts Re-install the clamp inserts by tilting the insert to a 45° angle. 4. Over tightening of these screws may result in the clamp inserts or the housing breaking. enlarge it accordingly. cut-out 138.

Proceed as follows to install the unit using the screw kit: 1.5 124. enlarge it accordingly.0mm) Figure 3-4: Housing .0 254. Cut out the panel and drill the holes according to the dimensions in Figure 3-4.6 Nm (5. If the panel cutout is not big enough.0 194. Insert the unit into the panel cutout. 3.1mm) x 183mm (+1.5 mm.0 249.4 161.3 pound inches) of torque. be sure to use screws with a length of the panel sheet thickness + 4 mm. Verify that the unit fits correctly in the cutout.5 24.5 183.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . Tighten the screws with a crosswise pattern to ensure even pressure distribution.5 21. 259.Genset Control Screw Kit Installation ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ In order to enhance the protection to IP 66.drill plan © Woodward Page 13/52 . Insert the screws and tighten to 0.5 224. NOTE If the thickness of the panel sheet exceeds 2.0 Cutout dimension: 249mm (+1. it is possible to fasten the unit with a screw kit instead of the clamp fastener hardware.7 12 x ø 4.5 5. 2.0 5.5 91.

SKF Figure 4-1: Wiring diagram . D. mode) or LogicsManager configurable 400 Vac FlexRange Relay 01: LogicsManager configurable Fixed to: Ready for operation 100 Vac Busbar voltage (system 1) L2/N Busbar voltage (system 1) L1 Generator voltage N 100 Vac 400 Vac FlexRange 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac FlexRange [R 07] Relay 08: Command: close MCB (only in {2oc} application mode) or LogicsManager configurable [R 08] Mains voltage L3 Relay 09: Command: open MCB (only in {2oc} application mode) or LogicsManager configurable [R 09] Relay 10: LogicsManager configurable Default: Auxiliary services [R 10] 400 Vac 400 Vac [R 06] Mains voltage N 100 Vac 100 Vac LogicsManager 100 Vac Mains voltage L2 100 Vac Relay 11: LogicsManager configurable Default: Alarm class A or B [R 11] 400 Vac Relay 12: LogicsManager configurable Default: Alarm class C. Wiring Diagrams 2006-10-18 | easYgen-3000 Wiring Diagram eYg3000ww-4206-ap.Genset Control 400 Vac 9-pin male submin-D-connector Interface #1 RS-232 (isolated) Serial #1 2: RxD 3: TxD 5: GND 7: RTS 8: CTS [R 01] Relay 02: LogicsManager configurable Default: Centralized alarm [R 02] 100 Vac Relay 03: LogicsManager configurable Default: Starter [R 03] 400 Vac Relay 04: LogicsManager configurable Default: Fuel solenoid / gas valve [R 04] Generator voltage L3 Relay 05: LogicsManager configurable Default: Preglow [R 05] Generator voltage L2 Relay 06: Command: close GCB (only in {1oc} or {2oc} application mode) or LogicsManager configurable Generator voltage L1 Relay 07: Command: open GCB (only in {1o}.) [DI 07] Discrete Input 08: Reply: GCB open (isol.) [DI 08] Discrete Input 09: Configurable (isolated) [DI 09] Discrete Input 10: Configurable (isolated) [DI 10] Discrete Input 11: Configurable (isolated) [DI 11] Discrete Input 12: Configurable (isolated) [DI 12] + - MPU (pickup) FlexCAN Analog input [AI 02] (0 to 500 Ohm / 0/4 to 20 mA) easYgen-3200 (Genset Control) FlexIn Analog input [AI 03] (0 to 500 Ohm / 0/4 to 20 mA) s2 s1 Auxiliary excitation D+ (isolated) DI Common for terminals 67-78 s2 s1 + - Power supply isolated.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . or {2oc} app. E. {1oc}. or F [R 12] Mains voltage L1 100 Vac - PE Analog output [AO 02] (+/-10Vdc / +/-20mA / PWM) (isolated) + + + + - Analog input [AI 01] (0 to 500 Ohm / 0/4 to 20 mA) L3 Generator current (isolated) L2 L1 s2 s1 Ground current (or mains current) (isolated) L1 s2 2: CAN-L 3: GND 7: CAN-H Subject to technical mocifications. Interface #4 CAN bus #2 Engine level (isolated) Discrete Input 01: Configurable (isolated) Default: Emergency Stop [DI 01] Discrete Input 02: Configurable (isolated) Default: Start in AUTO [DI 02] Discrete Input 03: Configurable (isolated) Default: Low oil pressure [DI 03] Discrete Input 04: Configurable (isolated) Default: Coolant temperature [DI 04] Discrete Input 05: Configurable (isolated) Default: External alarm acknowledgement [DI 05] Discrete Input 06: Configurable (isolated) Default: Enable MCB [DI 06] Discrete Input 07: Reply: MCB open (isol.overview Page 14/52 © Woodward . 8 to 40 Vdc Analog output [AO 01] (+/-10Vdc / +/-20mA / PWM) (isolated) s1 Engine ground FlexOut + - Interface #3 CAN bus #1 Guidance/system level (isolated) 2: CAN-L 3: GND 7: CAN-H 80 79 78 77 76 75 74 73 72 71 70 69 68 67 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 Interface #2 RS-485/RS-422 (isolated) #1 Serial #2 9-pin male submin-D-connector 2: B 4: B' 7: A 9: A' FlexCAN 9-pin male submin-D-connector 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 DC voltage DC current GND VOut GND N/C GND VOut GND N/C IA PWM GND IA PWM GND PWM 9-pin male submin-D-connector Chapter 4.

Genset Control Chapter 5.38 0.5 0.14 0.34 AWG 21 20 18 17 16 mm² 0.5 AWG 14 12 10 8 6 mm² 2. Connections WARNING All technical data and ratings indicated in this chapter are not definite! Only the values indicated in Chapter 6: Technical Data on page 45 are valid! The following chart may be used to convert square millimeters [mm²] to AWG and vice versa: AWG 30 28 26 24 22 mm² 0.5 4 6 10 16 AWG 4 2 1 1/0 2/0 mm² 25 35 50 55 70 AWG 3/0 4/0 300MCM 350MCM 500MCM mm² 95 120 150 185 240 AWG 600MCM 750MCM 1000MCM mm² 300 400 500 Table 5-1: Conversion chart .75 1.08 0.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .05 0.wire size © Woodward Page 15/52 .25 0.0 1.

0 3.0 2.0 5. The conductor providing the connection must have a wire larger than or equal to 2.0 Continuous voltage = min.0 8. This connection will be made using the screw-plug-terminal.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² (14 AWG).0 0.crank waveform at maximum load NOTE Woodward recommends to use one of the following slow-acting protective devices in the supply line to terminal 63: • Fuse NEOZED D01 6A or equivalent or • Miniature Circuit Breaker 6A / Type C (for example: ABB type: S271C6 or equivalent) Page 16/52 © Woodward .terminal assignment [V] 12.0 Vdc) 0 Vdc Amax 2.0 7.0 Vdc 9.0 6. 8.0 to 40.0 Vdc for 10 ms 4.5 mm² Power Supply Table 5-2: Power supply .0 Vdc) 61 PE Power supply 63 8 to 40. 12/24Vdc (8 to 40.0 Vdc 10.0 Continuous voltage range = 8.5 Vdc 11.5 mm² 2.0 Initial voltage = 10.0 Time 1.0 Vdc 64 0 Vdc Figure 5-1: Power supply Terminal 61 63 64 Description PE (protection earth) 12/24Vdc (8 to 40.Genset Control Power Supply ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ WARNING – Protective Earth Protective Earth (PE) must be connected to the terminal 61 on the back of the unit to reduce the risk of electric shock. The connection must be performed properly.5 mm² 2.0 0.0 -50 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 [ms] Figure 5-2: Power supply .

5 mm² Table 5-3: Charging alternator input/output . During regular operation.Genset Control Charging Alternator ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ 63 8 to 40 Vdc B+ + - G~ D+ Auxiliary excitation 65 D+ Figure 5-3: Charging alternator input/output Terminal 63 65 Description Battery B+ Auxiliary excitation output D+ Amax 2. it acts as an input for monitoring the charging voltage.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . © Woodward Page 17/52 .terminal assignment NOTE The charging alternator D+ acts as an output for pre-exciting the charging alternator during engine start-up only.5 mm² 2.

5 mm² 2.phase L3 / Vc Generator voltage .generator Terminal 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 Description Generator voltage . Voltage Measuring: Generator GCB G L1 L2 3~ L3 N 29 100 Vac 400 Vac 30 400 Vac 100 Vac 31 100 Vac 400 Vac 32 400 Vac 100 Vac 33 100 Vac 400 Vac 34 400 Vac 100 Vac 35 100 Vac 400 Vac 36 400 Vac L1 / Va L2 / Vb L3 / Vc Generator voltage (phase voltage) 100 Vac N / Vcom Figure 5-4: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. NOTE Woodward recommends protecting the voltage measuring inputs with slow-acting fuses rated for 2 to 6 A.5 mm² 2.5 mm² Table 5-4: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .phase N / Vcom 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac Amax 2.Genset Control Voltage Measuring (FlexRange) ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ NOTE DO NOT use both sets of voltage measuring inputs.5 mm² 2.generator voltage Page 18/52 © Woodward . The control unit will not measure voltage correctly if the 100 V and 400 V inputs are utilized simultaneously.terminal assignment .phase L1 / Va Generator voltage .phase L2 / Vb Generator voltage .5 mm² 2.

4-wire) A A L1 L1 A1 A1 A2 A2 A5 A6 N C2 C6 C1 B1 B5 C2 A B2 C1 B C L2 B1 B C N L3 L3 A2 A6 C C2 B6 B5 B2 C5 A2 N C1 C6 A1 C5 N C2 L1 A C6 A5 L2 N L1 A1 N B6 C5 B2 C1 B B1 A5 L2 A6 C B B6 B5 B2 B1 L2 N L3 L3 N Figure 5-5: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) -generator. © Woodward Page 19/52 .generator.Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Generator. 3Ph 4W 3Ph 4W Rated voltage Range (max.) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 29 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 31 33 L2 L3 35 N 30 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 32 34 L2 L3 1 36 N Table 5-5: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .terminal assignment . Parameter Setting '3Ph 4W' (3-phase. different wiring terminals have to be used. 3Ph 4W 1 For different voltage systems.

Parameter Setting '1Ph 3W' (1-phase.terminal assignment .generator. 3Ph 3W Wiring terminals 3Ph 3W Rated voltage Range (max.) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 29 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 31 33 N L3 35 N 30 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 32 34 N L3 3 36 N Table 5-7: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . different wiring terminals have to be used.Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Generator. Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal.) easYgen Phase 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 31 33 L2 L3 29 L1 35 --- Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 32 34 L2 L3 30 L1 2 36 --- Table 5-6: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . 1Ph 3W 2 3 For different voltage systems.generator. 3-wire) A L1 L1 A C6 A1 C5 C2 A2 A1 A2 C1 C2 A5 C1 B C B2 L2 B1 A6 B C B6 B5 B2 B1 L2 L3 L3 Figure 5-6: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . different wiring terminals have to be used.generator. For different voltage systems. Page 20/52 © Woodward .generator. 3Ph 3W Voltage Measuring: Generator. 3-wire) A B5 C2 B6 B1 C1 L1 A1 A5 A2 A6 C6 B2 B6 N C5 B5 B2 B1 C2 A C A1 N A2 A5 A6 C1 L3 N C6 C5 C L3 N L1 Figure 5-7: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . 1Ph 3W 1Ph 3W Rated voltage Range (max.terminal assignment .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . Parameter Setting '3Ph 3W' (3-phase.

terminal assignment . Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal.) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 29 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 31 33 L2 --- 35 --- 30 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 32 34 L2 --- 4 36 --- Table 5-8: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . © Woodward Page 21/52 . different wiring terminals have to be used. 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) 1Ph 2W Rated voltage Range (max. Parameter Setting '1Ph 2W' (1-phase.Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Generator.generator.generator. 2-wire) '1Ph 2W' Phase-Phase Measuring A A B A1 A2 A5 A6 A1 B5 A2 B6 L1 L2 B L1 L2 Figure 5-8: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) 4 For different voltage systems.

mains Terminal 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Description Mains voltage .5 mm² Table 5-9: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .phase L1 / Va Mains voltage .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Mains MCB L1 L2 L3 N 21 100 Vac 400 Vac 22 400 Vac 100 Vac 23 100 Vac 400 Vac 24 400 Vac 100 Vac 25 100 Vac 400 Vac 26 400 Vac 100 Vac 27 100 Vac 400 Vac 28 400 Vac L1 / Va L2 / Vb L3 / Vc Mains voltage (phase voltage) 100 Vac N / Vcom Figure 5-9: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .terminal assignment .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.mains voltage Page 22/52 © Woodward .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.phase L3 / Vc Mains voltage .phase N / Vcom 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac Amax 2.5 mm² 2.phase L2 / Vb Mains voltage .

© Woodward Page 23/52 .mains. Parameter Setting '3Ph 4W' (3-phase.Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Mains.terminal assignment . 4-wire) A A L1 L1 A1 A1 A2 A2 A5 A6 N C2 C6 C1 B1 B5 C2 A B2 B1 C1 B C L2 B C N L3 L3 A2 A6 C C2 B6 B5 B2 C5 A2 N C1 C6 A1 C5 N C2 L1 A C6 A5 L2 N L1 A1 N B6 C5 B2 C1 B B1 A5 L2 A6 C B B6 B5 B2 B1 L2 N L3 L3 N Figure 5-10: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 21 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 23 25 L2 L3 27 N 22 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 24 26 L2 L3 5 28 N Table 5-10: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . different wiring terminals have to be used. 3Ph 4W 5 For different voltage systems.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . 3Ph 4W 3Ph 4W Rated voltage Range (max. Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal.mains.

mains. For different voltage systems.terminal assignment . 3-wire) A L1 L1 A C6 A1 C5 C2 A2 A1 A2 C1 C2 A5 C1 B C B2 L2 B1 A6 B C B6 B5 B2 B1 L3 L2 L3 Figure 5-11: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Mains. different wiring terminals have to be used. different wiring terminals have to be used. Parameter Setting '3Ph 3W' (3-phase.mains.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .mains. 3-wire) A B5 C2 B6 B1 C1 L1 A1 A5 A2 A6 C6 B2 B6 N C5 B5 B2 B1 C2 A C A1 N A2 A5 A6 C1 L3 N C6 C5 C L3 N L1 Figure 5-12: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal. 1Ph 3W 1Ph 3W Rated voltages Range (max.) easYgen Phase 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 23 25 L2 L3 21 L1 27 --- Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 24 26 L2 L3 22 L1 6 28 --- Table 5-11: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 21 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 23 25 N L3 27 N 22 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 24 26 N L3 7 28 N Table 5-12: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) . 1Ph 3W 6 7 For different voltage systems. 3Ph 3W Voltage Measuring: Mains. 3Ph 3W Wiring terminals 3Ph 3W Rated voltage Range (max. Parameter Setting '1Ph 3W' (1-phase.mains.terminal assignment . Page 24/52 © Woodward .

© Woodward Page 25/52 . Parameter Setting '1Ph 2W' (1-phase. 2-wire) '1Ph 2W' Phase-Phase Measuring A A B A1 A2 A5 A6 A1 B5 A2 B6 L1 L2 B L1 L2 Figure 5-13: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .terminal assignment . different wiring terminals have to be used.mains.mains. 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) 8 For different voltage systems.) easYgen Phase Wiring terminals 21 L1 100 Vac 0 to 150 Vac 23 25 L2 --- 27 --- 22 L1 Note 400 Vac 0 to 600 Vac 24 26 L2 --- 8 28 --- Table 5-13: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Mains. 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) 1Ph 2W Rated voltage Range (max. Incorrect measurements are possible if both voltage systems use the same N terminal.

5 mm² 2.Genset Control Voltage Measuring: Busbar (System 1) 1Ph 2W Voltage Measuring: Busbar (System 1) 1Ph 2W: Phase-Phase Measuring GCB MCB L1 L2 L3 100 Vac 37 100 Vac 400 Vac 38 400 Vac 100 Vac 39 100 Vac 400 Vac 40 400 Vac L1 L2 Busbar voltage (phase voltage) N Figure 5-14: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .terminal assignment .5 mm² 2.busbar (system 1) 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) Page 26/52 © Woodward .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² Table 5-14: Voltage measuring (FlexRange) .phase L2 100 Vac 400 Vac 100 Vac 400 Vac Amax 2.phase L1 Busbar voltage (system 1) .5 mm² 2.busbar (system 1) 1Ph 2W (phase-phase) Terminal 37 38 39 40 Description Busbar voltage (system 1) .

Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series ./{x} A s2 (l) ./{x} A s2 (l) .transformer terminal s1 (k) Generator current .phase L3 .5 mm² 2.transformer terminal s2 (l) Generator current .L3 7 ..phase L3 .5 mm² 2.terminal assignment ./{x} A . S2 s1 (k) ..phase L2 ../{x} A s2 (l) .L2 4 .L2 5 . L.Genset Control Current Measuring ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ CAUTION Before disconnecting the device.../{x} A s1 (k) .transformer terminal s1 (k) Generator current ..generator current © Woodward Page 27/52 .generator Terminal 8 7 6 5 4 3 Description Generator current .5 mm² 2.. GCB G L1 L2 3~ L3 S1 s2 s1 G ..L1 Generator current (phase current) Detail: Connection of the transducers .phase L1 .phase L2 .phase L1 .L3 6 . one line of the current transformers secondary is to be grounded close to the CT. ensure that the current transformer/CT is short-circuited.{x} = 1 or 5 N Figure 5-15: Current measuring .transformer terminal s2 (l) Generator current ./{x} A s1 (k) .transformer terminal s2 (l) Amax 2..5 mm² 2.L1 3 .5 mm² 2. Generator Current NOTE Generally...transformer terminal s1 (k) Generator current ./{x} A s1 (k) . s2 (l) L.5 mm² Table 5-15: Current measuring . 8 .

'Phase L2' & 'Phase L3' IGen L1 IGen L2 L1 G 3~ L2 L3 N IGen L3 L1 G 3~ L2 L3 N L1 G 3~ L2 L3 N Phase L1 Phase L2 Phase L3 Figure 5-17: Current measuring .terminal assignment . Parameter Setting 'L1 L2 L3' IGen L1 IGen L2 IGen L3 L1 G 3~ L2 L3 N Figure 5-16: Current measuring . Parameter Setting 'Phase L1'.generator. 3-wire) on page 20).generator. phase Lx Wiring terminals Notes Phase L1 easYgen Phase 3 s1 (k) L1 4 s2 (l) L1 5 --- 6 --- 7 --- 8 --- easYgen Phase 3 --- 4 --- 5 s1 (k) L2 6 s2 (l) L2 7 --- 8 --- easYgen Phase Phase L1 and L3 easYgen Phase 3 --- 4 --- 5 --- 6 --- 7 s1 (k) L3 8 s2 (l) L3 3 s1 (k) L1 4 s2 (l) L1 5 --- 6 --- 7 s1 (k) L3 8 s2 (l) L3 Phase L2 Phase L3 9 Table 5-17: Current measuring .Genset Control Current Measuring: Generator.Generator. phase Lx 9 This is valid if the generator voltage measurement is configured to 1Ph 3W (refer to Voltage Measuring: Generator. L1 L2 L3 Current Measuring: Generator. L1 L2 L3 Wiring terminals 5 6 s1 (k) L2 s2 (l) L2 L1 L2 L3 easYgen Phase 3 s1 (k) L1 4 s2 (l) L1 Notes 7 s1 (k) L3 8 s2 (l) L3 Table 5-16: Current measuring .terminal assignment . Page 28/52 © Woodward . Parameter Setting '1Ph 3W' (1-phase.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .generator.

.L1 easYgen Phase 1 s2 (l) .L1 2 s1 (k) ./{x} A s2 (l) Mains current s1 . phase Lx © Woodward Page 29/52 . s1 (k) s2 (l) .transformer terminal s2 (l) Amax 2.. S1 s2 . phase Lx Wiring terminals Notes Phase L1 easYgen Phase 1 s2 (l) .Genset Control Mains Current 1-Phase NOTE Generally. MCB L1 L2 L3 N Detail: Connection of the transducers L.. Parameter Setting 'Phase L1'. one line of the current transformers secondary is to be grounded close to the PT.5 mm² 2.L2 2 s1 (k) ..L3 2 s1 (k) .L2 easYgen Phase 1 s2 (l) . 'Phase L2' & 'Phase L3' IMains L1 IMains L2 IMains L3 L1 L1 L1 L2 L2 L2 L3 L3 L3 N N Phase L1 N Phase L2 Phase L3 Figure 5-19: Current measuring .transformer terminal s1 (k) Mains current .mains. S2 Figure 5-18: Current measuring ..terminal assignment .mains current Current Measuring: Mains.mains current Terminal 2 1 Description Mains current ../{x} A {x} = 1 or 5 L.. 2 .mains./{x} A s1 (k) 1 .L3 Phase L2 Phase L3 Table 5-19: current measuring .terminal assignment .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² Table 5-18: Current measuring .

NOTE Generally. Holmgreen connection G 3~ Cable-type current transformer L1 L3 L1 G L2 One-pole transformer in star point G L2 3~ L3 R 3~ R L1 L1 L1 L2 L2 L2 L3 L3 L3 R R 2 s1 (k) 1 s2 (l) Ground current Figure 5-20: Current measuring .Genset Control Ground Current The mains current input can be configured to measure the mains current or ground current.ground current Terminal 2 1 Description Ground current .5 mm² Table 5-20: Current measuring .5 mm² 2.ground current Page 30/52 © Woodward . Depending on how Parameter 'Input mains current as' is configured will determine if this input will measure the mains current (default) or the ground current.transformer terminal s2 (l) Amax 2. Refer to configuration manual 37224 for more information.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . one line of the current transformers secondary is to be grounded.terminal assignment .transformer terminal s1 (k) Ground current .

In a purely resistive circuit. 0.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . Power Factor is defined as a ratio of the real power to apparent power. Parameter Generator real power Generator real power Generator power factor (cos φ) Generator power factor (cos φ) Mains real power Mains real power Mains power factor (cos φ) Mains power factor (cos φ) Description Genset generating kW Genset in reverse power Inductive / lagging Capacitive / leading Plant exporting kW + Plant importing kW Inductive / lagging Capacitive / leading Sign displayed + Positive .85leading).Genset Control Power Measuring ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ If the unit's current transformers are wired according to the diagram shown.Negative + Positive . This results in a positive ratio or lagging power factor (i.85lagging). This results in a negative ratio or a leading power factor (i. Some inductive loads such as electric motors have a large startup current requirement resulting in lagging power factors.e. Page 31/52 . In a capacitive circuit the current waveform leads the voltage waveform resulting in usable power (real power) and unusable power (reactive power). © Woodward Capacitive: Electrical load whose current waveform leads the voltage waveform thus having a leading power factor.e.Negative MAINS MCB mains circuit breaker s2 (l) S2 (L) 1 2 s1 (k) S1 (K) P pos Real power display positive Q ind Reacitive power display inductive easYgen BUSBAR GCB generator circuit breaker s2 (l) S2 (L) 5 6 s1 (k) S1 (K) P pos Real power display positive Q ind Reacitive power display inductive GENERATOR G Figure 5-21: Power measuring .00 (often referred to as unity). 0. Some capacitive loads such as capacitor banks or buried cable result in leading power factors.Negative + Positive . Power factor is defined as follows. Inductive: Electrical load whose current waveform lags the voltage waveform thus having a lagging power factor. the voltage and current waveforms are instep resulting in a ratio or power factor of 1. the following values are displayed.direction of power Power Factor Definition ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ The phasor diagram is used from the generator's view. In an inductive circuit the current lags behind the voltage waveform resulting in usable power (real power) and unusable power (reactive power).Negative + Positive .

set point = i0.93 (capacitive) ld.91. the current is lagging leading The generator is over excited under excited Control: If the control unit is equipped with a power factor controller while in parallel with the utility: A voltage lower "-" signal is output as long as the measured value is "more inductive" than the reference set point Example: measured = i0.91 (inductive) lg.95 A voltage raise "+" signal is output as long as the measured value is "more capacitive" than the reference set point Example: measured = c0.93 (leading) Reactive power display at the unit: 70 kvar (positive) -60 kvar (negative) Output at the interface: + (positive) . set point = c0.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .95 Phasor diagram: inductive Page 32/52 capacitive © Woodward .91 (lagging) c0.Genset Control Different power factor displays at the unit: i0.91.(negative) In relation to the voltage.

GND Amax 2.Genset Control MPU (Pickup) ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ Rotating shaft Sensor to Pickup input Figure 5-22: MPU .5 mm² Table 5-21: MPU .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .1 1 10 100 Figure 5-24: Minimal necessary input voltage depending on frequency © Woodward Page 33/52 .principle overview Shield 24 V < 1.inductive/switching MPU input .terminal assignment NOTE The shield of the MPU (Magnetic Pickup Unit) connection cable must be connected to a single point ground terminal near the easYgen. NOTE The number of teeth on the flywheel reference gear and the flywheel speed must be configured so that the magnetic pickup input frequency does not exceed 14kHz.5 mm² 2.0 V 79 + 80 - MPU input (pickup) Figure 5-23: MPU input Terminal 79 80 Description MPU input . The shield must not be connected at the MPU side of the cable. 12000 [mVrms] 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 [kHz] 0 0.

Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . due to the common ground. NOTE All discrete inputs must use the same polarity. either positive or negative signals.alarm/control input .positive signal Page 34/52 © Woodward .Genset Control Discrete Inputs ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ Discrete Inputs: Signal Polarity The discrete inputs are electrically isolated which permits the polarity of the connections to be either positive or negative. Discrete Inputs: Positive Polarity Signal Power supply Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 66 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 68 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 69 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 70 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 71 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 72 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 73 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 74 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 75 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 76 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 77 Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) 78 67 Discrete input 1 Discrete input 2 Discrete input 3 Discrete input 4 Discrete input 5 Discrete input 6 Discrete input 7 Discrete input 8 Discrete input 9 Discrete input 10 Discrete input 11 Discrete input 12 Figure 5-25: Discrete inputs .

fixed to 'Reply MCB' Discrete input [DI 08]. pre-assigned to 'External alarm acknowledgement' Discrete input [DI 06].GND (common ground) Discrete input [DI 01].5 mm² Table 5-22: Discrete input . this input is not approved to be used as the emergency stop function. pre-assigned to 'Enable MCB' Discrete input [DI 07].5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.alarm/control input .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. © Woodward Page 35/52 .Genset Control Discrete Inputs: Negative Polarity Signal Power supply + (8 to 40 Vdc) Power supply - 66 67 Power supply - 68 Power supply - 69 Power supply - 70 Power supply - 71 Power supply - 72 Power supply - 73 Power supply - 74 Power supply - 75 Power supply - 76 Power supply - 77 Power supply - 78 Discrete input 1 Discrete input 2 Discrete input 3 Discrete input 4 Discrete input 5 Discrete input 6 Discrete input 7 Discrete input 8 Discrete input 9 Discrete input 10 Discrete input 11 Discrete input 12 Figure 5-26: Discrete inputs .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . pre-assigned to 'Emergency stop' Discrete input [DI 02]. fixed to 'Reply GCB' Discrete input [DI 09] Discrete input [DI 10] Discrete input [DI 11] Discrete input [DI 12] Amax 2. This input may only be used to signal that an external emergency stop button has been actuated.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. pre-assigned to 'Coolant temperature' Discrete input [DI 05].terminal assignment WARNING Discrete Input DI01 "Emergency Stop" is only a signaling input.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. The emergency stop function must be implemented external to the control and cannot rely on the control to function properly.5 mm² 2.negative signal Terminal 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 Description Discrete inputs . pre-assigned to 'Start in AUTO' Discrete input [DI 03].5 mm² 2. pre-assigned to 'Low oil pressure' Discrete input [DI 04]. According to EN 60204.5 mm² 2.

Vdc (GND) GND (Vdc) Discrete input (N. See previous chapter Discrete Inputs: Signal on page 34 for details.. if an alarm is issued or control operation is performed.C.Genset Control Discrete Inputs: Operation Logic Discrete inputs may be configured to normally open (N.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . if an alarm is issued or control operation is performed.) Vdc (GND) GND (Vdc) Discrete input (N.operation logic Page 36/52 © Woodward .C. a potential is continuously present during normal operation. no potential is present during normal operation.C. The N.O. or N. the input is energized. In the state N.alarm/control inputs .) Figure 5-27: Discrete inputs . contacts may be connected to the signal terminal as well as to the ground terminal of the discrete input.O. In the state N.C.) or normally closed (N.) states.O. the input is de-energized..O.

5 mm² 2. LogicsManager Centralized alarm or SW LogicsManager Starter or SW LogicsManager Fuel solenoid / gas valve or SW LogicsManager Preglow or SW LogicsManager LogicsManager 2.5 mm² Command: close GCB LogicsManager Command: open GCB LogicsManager Command: close MCB LogicsManager Command: open MCB Auxiliary services or LogicsManager Alarm class A and B or LogicsManager Alarm class C. SW 2. SW 2.5 mm² LogicsManager.O.O.5 mm² N.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . {1o}-GCB open. N.Genset Control Relay Outputs (LogicsManager) ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ max.5 mm² 2. make contact 42 41 Relay output [R 01] {all} Relay output [R 02] {all} Relay output [R 03] {all} Relay output [R 04] {all} {all} 43 44 46 45 48 47 Relay output [R 05] 50 49 Relay output [R 06] 52 51 Relay output [R 07] 54 53 Relay output [R 08] 56 55 57 58 59 60 Relay output [R 09] {0} {1o} {1oc} {2oc} {0} {1o} {1oc} {2oc} {0} {1o} {1oc} {2oc} {0} {1o} {1oc} {2oc} Relay output [R 10] {all} Relay output [R 11] {all} Relay output [R 12] {all} Type Ø Ready for operation & N.O. D.-normally open (make) contact Table 5-23: Relay outputs .5 mm² SW 2.5 mm² 2. {1oc}-GCB open/close.5 mm² SW 2. 250 Vac/dc B A 2A external device N/ Relay output Figure 5-28: Relay outputs Terminal Term..5 mm² N.5 mm² 2.O.using the function LogicsManager it is possible to freely program the relays {all}-all appliction modes {0}-no breaker mode.O.5 mm² 2.O.terminal assignment © Woodward Page 37/52 .5 mm² SW 2. SW N. Com. SW 2. Description Amax A B Form A. E. {1oc}-GCB/MCB open/close SW-switchable via the software. F or LogicsManager N.O. N.

2% for 0/4 to 20 mA inputs.com/siemens) Wiring Two-Pole Senders NOTE 0/4 to 20 mA PE + Protective Earth [AI 03] Resistive / VDO 0/4 to 20 mA 61 Wiring diagram for two-pole sensors 9 10 11 12 13 14 To ensure accurate system measurements. 0 to 380 Ohm.Genset Control Analog Inputs (FlexIn) ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ It is recommended to use two-pole analog senders.terminal assignment . Terminals 9/11/13 must have jumper wires connected to the PE connection (terminal 61). for single-pole senders) as close to the easYgen terminals as possible.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. connected with PE Analog input [AI 01] Analog input [AI 02] ground.5 mm² Table 5-24: Analog inputs (FlexIn) .5 mm² 2. Index "92-027-004. The following senders may be used for the analog inputs: • 0/4 to 20 mA • resistive (0 to 500 Ohm) • VDO. 0 to 180 Ohm.vdo. 50 to 125 °. Index "III".Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . connected with PE Analog input [AI 03] Amax 2. Index "92-027-006 You may download a catalog of all available VDO sensors at the VDO homepage (http://www. Analog input [AI 03] + Analog input [AI 02] + Analog input Analog input [AI 01] - [AI 02] It is not necessary to connect the 0/4 to 20 mA sensors with PE in case of two-pole sensors. 40 to 120 °.wiring two-pole senders Page 38/52 © Woodward . Resistive / VDO 0/4 to 20 mA [AI 01] Resistive / VDO Figure 5-29: Analog inputs (FlexIn) . all VDO sending units must utilize insulated wires that are connected to the easYgen analog input ground (terminals 9/11/13). 0 to 10 bar. for two-pole senders) or engine ground (terminal 62. NOTE The return wires (GND) should be connected to PE (terminal 61. This ensures an accuracy of ≤ 1% for 0 to 500 Ohm inputs and ≤ 1. connected with PE Analog input [AI 02] Analog input [AI 03] ground.wiring two-pole senders Terminal 9 10 11 12 13 14 Description Analog input [AI 01] ground. Index "IV" • VDO. 0 to 5 bar.5 mm² 2.

5 mm² 2.Genset Control Wiring Single-Pole Senders 0/4 to 20 mA [AI 03] Resistive / VDO 0/4 to 20 mA 62 61 Wiring diagram for single-pole sensors PE 9 10 11 12 13 14 An accuracy of ≤ 2.5 mm² Table 5-25: Analog inputs (FlexIn) .5% may be achieved when using single-pole senders. The specified accuracy of ≤ 2.5 mm² 2. connected with engine ground Analog input [AI 01] Analog input [AI 02] ground.5V.2. connected with engine ground Analog input [AI 03] Amax 2.terminal assignment .5 mm² 2. connected with engine ground Analog input [AI 02] Analog input [AI 03] ground.wiring single-pole senders Terminal 9 10 11 12 13 14 Description Analog input [AI 01] ground.wiring single-pole senders © Woodward Page 39/52 . + Protective Earth Engine ground Engine ground + + - Analog input [AI 03] Analog input [AI 02] Analog input Analog input [AI 01] [AI 02] Resistive / VDO 0/4 to 20 mA [AI 01] Resistive / VDO Figure 5-30: Analog inputs (FlexIn) .5% for single-pole sensors can only be achieved if the differential voltage between the genset chassis ground and PE does not exceed +/.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.

0/4 to 20 mA [AI 01] Resistive / VDO Figure 5-31: Analog inputs (FlexIn) . Engine ground Engine ground Resistive / VDO It is not necessary to connect the 0/4 to 20 mA sensors with PE in case of two-pole sensors. connected with PE / engine ground Analog input [AI 01] Analog input [AI 02] ground.5% for single-pole sensors can only be achieved if the differential voltage between the genset chassis ground and PE does not exceed +/.2.Genset Control Wiring Single and Two-Pole Senders Simultaneously 0/4 to 20 mA PE + Protective Earth [AI 03] Resistive / VDO - Analog input [AI 03] + - Analog input [AI 02] + - Analog input [AI 01] Analog input [AI 02] 62 0/4 to 20 mA 61 Wiring diagram for combining single. connected with PE / engine ground Analog input [AI 02] Analog input [AI 03] ground.and two-pole senders Page 40/52 © Woodward .and two-pole senders.5V.5% may be achieved when using single-pole senders.5 mm² 2.5 mm² Table 5-26: Analog inputs (FlexIn) .5 mm² 2.terminal assignment .wiring single. It is possible to combine single. The specified accuracy of ≤ 2.5 mm² 2. connected with PE / engine ground Analog input [AI 03] Amax 2.and two-pole senders Terminal 9 10 11 12 13 14 Description Analog input [AI 01] ground.and two-pole sensors 9 10 11 12 13 14 An accuracy of ≤ 2.5 mm² 2.wiring single.5 mm² 2.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .

Genset Control Analog Outputs (FlexOut) ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ Controller configuration and an external jumper can change the multifunction controller bias output signals.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² Table 5-27: Bias signal outputs .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.analog or PWM © Woodward Page 41/52 .Wiring and external jumper setting Type I Current V Voltage PWM I Current V Voltage PWM A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C A B C Terminal 15 IA 16 17 GND 15 16 VA 17 GND 15 16 PWM 17 GND 18 IA 19 20 GND 18 19 VA 20 GND 18 19 PWM 20 GND Description Analog output AO 01 Analog output AO 02 Amax 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2. PWM Current GND VA B A IA C GND B VA Voltage Speed Governor GND IA C GND N/C A C GND B PWM PWM Speed Governor GND Speed Governor Controller Wiring A Speed / power controller Speed / power controller Speed / power controller Figure 5-32: Analog controller output .5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.5 mm² 2.

Interface #1) Figure 5-33: RS-232 interface .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .Genset Control Interfaces ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ RS-232 Serial Interface (Serial Interface #1.overview Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description not connected B not connected B' not connected not connected A not connected A' Amax N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Table 5-29: RS-485/RS-422 interface #1 .overview Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description not connected RxD (receive data) TxD (transmit data) not connected GND (system ground) not connected RTS (request to send) CTS (clear to send) not connected Amax N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Table 5-28: RS-232 interface .pin assignment RS-485/RS-422 Serial Interfaces RS-485/RS-422 Serial Interface #1 (Serial Interface #2.pin assignment Page 42/52 © Woodward . Interface #2) Figure 5-34: RS-485/RS-422 interface #1 .

Genset Control CAN Bus Interfaces (FlexCAN) CAN Bus #1 (Interface #3) Figure 5-35: CAN bus #1 .overview Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description not connected CAN-L GND not connected not connected not connected CAN-H not connected not connected Amax N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Table 5-31: CAN bus #2 .overview Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Description not connected CAN-L GND not connected not connected not connected CAN-H not connected not connected Amax N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Table 5-30: CAN bus #1 .pin assignment NOTE Refer to Appendix A: CAN Bus Pin Assignments on page 50 for general information about CAN bus pin assignments.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series . © Woodward Page 43/52 .pin assignment CAN Bus #2 (Interface #4) Figure 5-36: CAN bus #2 .

check the following for common CAN bus communication problems: • A T-structure bus is utilized • CAN-L and CAN-H are interchanged • Not all devices on the bus are using identical Baud rates • Terminating resistor(s) are missing • The configured baud rate is to high for wiring length • The CAN bus cable is routed in close proximity with power cables Woodward recommends the use of shielded. Baud rate 1000 kbit/s 800 kbit/s 500 kbit/s 125 kbit/s 50 kbits/s 20 kbit/s Max. Holger Zeltwanger (Hrsg. which corresponds to the impedance of the used cable (e. or other conditions exist.100 nF. Maximum CAN bus Length The maximum length of the communication bus wiring is dependent on the configured Baud rate. Page 44/52 © Woodward . Reducing the baud rate may overcome these issues.25. GND CAN-L Termination resistor CAN-H GND CAN-L CAN-H GND ~60 Ohms CAN-L Termination resistor CAN-H ~60 Ohms 10 ~ 100 nF Note: The termination has to be performed with a resisitance. UNITRONIC-Bus LD 2×2×0. 2001 VDE VERLAG GMBH. length 25 m 50 m 100 m 250 m 1000 m 2500 m Table 5-32: Maximum CAN bus length The maximum specified length for the communication bus wiring might not be achieved if poor quality wire is utilized. i.22). Refer to Table 5-32 for the maximum bus length (Source: CANopen. Berlin und Offenbach. 120 Ohms.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .e. Note: We recommend for very critical EMC conditions (many noise sources with high noise levels) and high transmission rates to use the "Split Termination Concept". there is high contact resistance.termination Troubleshooting Possible CAN Bus Problems If data is not transmitting on the CAN bus.e. dividing the termination resistor into 2x60 Ohms with a center tap connected to ground via a capacitor of 10 . ISBN 3-8007-2448-0).: Lappkabel Unitronic LIYCY (TP) 2×2×0.Genset Control CAN Bus Topology NOTE Please note that the CAN bus must be terminated with a resistor. twisted-pair cables for the CAN bus (i.CAN bus .g. The termination resistor is connected between CAN-H and CAN-L.).g 120 Ohms) CAN bus CAN bus CAN bus Figure 5-37: Interfaces . which corresponds to the impedance of the cable (e. 1/4 W) at both ends.

.. 50/60 Hz (40............................ Class 1 Input resistance per path 100 Vac (term..................3..........Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series ......Power supply ........ max............................................................................................. 1.............................................. approx...............................2 © Woodward Page 45/52 ............./5 A - Accuracy...................... 0.....................................................0 kV - Linear measuring range .... 2............498 MΩ 400 Vac (term................0 × Irated Mains/ground current............. 1........Genset Control Chapter 6.....................0 × Irated [5]............................................ < 0..........................15 VA Rated short-time current (1 s) [1].................................... max.............50.. 277/480 Vac Maximum value (Vmax) ........0 × Irated Ambient variables -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------........ 150 Vac Rated surge voltage... 12/24 Vdc (8 to 40.......Measuring voltages 100 Vac Rated value (Vrated) ...........................4..................../1 A [5] Rated value (Irated).... 69/120 Vac Maximum value (Vmax) ...............Measuring current [1] Rated value (Irated).................... Class 1 Linear measuring range Generator.......5 kV 400 Vac Rated value (Vrated) ...........25 × Vrated Measuring frequency ...................0 MΩ Maximum power consumption per path ................................................ 21/23/25/27 & 29/31/33/35) .....................................0 to 85..................................................................... 346/600 Vac Rated voltage phase – ground ....2.............. 300 Vac Rated surge voltage............................................ Technical Data Nameplate ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 4 2 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 3 6 7 8 S/N S/N S/N P/N REV Details Type Type Approval Serial number (numerical) Date of production (YYMM) Serial number (Barcode) Item number Item revision number Technical data Description (long) Description (short) Approvals 9 Measuring values.............5 × Irated Maximum power consumption per path ................... 22/24/26/28 & 30/32/34/36) ..................... .........../Δ ....................................... currents -----------------------------------------------------------------------isolated ........15 W Measuring values......... 10..................................................................Degree of pollution.......................................................... 17 W .......................................................0 Vdc) Intrinsic consumption 2 PCB hardware .................................. .................................... 86/150 Vac Rated voltage phase – ground ..... max................................... voltages ----------------------------------------------------------------------------.....< 0.....................0 Hz) Accuracy............................

approx...AgCdO ..........3 mA ........2................ relay output) AC ..............10 Adc@250 Vdc Analog inputs -----------------------------------------------------------------------------.......Input impedance............ internal resistance approx.................................at rated output ........................ ≤ 2....................................................................... relay output) AC ............................................... 2............ 11 Bit .......................00 Adc@24 Vdc 0.......Rated voltage 12/24 Vdc (8 to 40.................5% .......36 Adc@125 Vdc 0.................................. 1..00 Aac@250 Vac DC .Insulation voltage...........refer to Figure 5-24 Page 46/52 © Woodward ........... digital input)................min..................................................................................................5% Analog outputs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------.....18 Adc@250 Vdc ................±10 Vdc........... ≤ 1% single-pole senders .. 11 bit ........................................................................................................Input resistance .00 Adc@24 Vdc 0..... freely scalable................Input range (VCont.......................................................................Contact material .. 500 Ω Magnetic Pickup Input ------------------------------------------------------------...................Genset Control Discrete inputs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------isolated ...............Pilot duty (PD) (VCont......load current ≤ 2....12 bit ± 20 mA outputs............... ±20 mA............................................................................0/4 to 20 mA input ..... 20 kΩ Relay outputs ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------potential free ............................Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .......................................................freely scaleable ........... 17 kΩ ........................................000 Vdc ................................................Resolution ± 20 mA outputs..........................................................22 Adc@125 Vdc 0......0/4 to 20 mA output ....................................... maximum load 500 Ω ......................... configured to 0/4 to 20 mA.........Resolution ......... approx...............................................General purpose (GP) (VCont... ≤ 1.........................................0 to 500 Ω input ................±10 V output ... 1.......................Accuracy 0 to 500 Ω input only two-pole senders...................... PWM ..............Accuracy 0/4 to 20 mA input only two-pole senders................................2% single-pole senders .......................... ........... configured to ±20 mA....Versions .............. internal load 50 Ω .....................................freely scaleable .......B300 DC ...................................capacitively isolated ...............................................0 Vdc) ....... ≤ 2.....Input voltage ...........

..........................................................................................................................................................0] mm Wiring........................................ screw-plug-terminals 2................... Ordinary Locations............................................................................... 4 inch pounds / 0................................................. 1...................... UL listing for ordinary locations pending Type approval........................................................................................................................................................ CE marking.............: 231544 Page 47/52 ......................................................................................................... approx........................................................................................................................ easYpack Dimensions (W × H × D) ................1.................................................Battery field replacement.................850 g Protection ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ - © Woodward Protection system......................................................................................................................Genset Control Interface -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - RS-232 interface Version .CAN bus Internal line termination ... insulating surface EMC test (CE) ...... RS-232 Standard Signal level ................. approx.............................................................5V - CAN bus interface .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series ................................isolated Insulation voltage ....................................................Type....................................................................... 5 years .........................................................not allowed Housing --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- - Type........................ File No.................Life span (operation without power supply)............ tested according to applicable EN guidelines Listings .....................................................................................................IP54 from front with clamp fasteners IP66 from front with screw kit IP20 from back Front folio........................................................... Not available Battery ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------........ 249 [+1..............282 × 217 × 67/99 mm Front cutout (W × H)................................... UL/cUL pending............5 Nm use 60/75 °C copper wire only use class 1 wire only or equivalent Weight .......Lithium ........................................................1] × 183 [+1............5 mm² Recommended locked torque .............................................. RS-485 Standard Signal level ....................................................................................................................................................................................5V - RS-485/RS-422 interface Version ................500 Vdc Version ................

. EN 60255-21-1 (EN 60068-2-6.... 0..................................RMS Value...............................Power Intensity...................60°C.. Dry Heat (operating) ........ Test Ab and Ad Humidity -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...Humidity ............ 40G................ Test Db Marine Environmental Categories ------------------------------------------------------------------------............................................. 11ms ..........Standards.................. 5 days .....................................5..............Lloyd’s Register of Shipping (LRS) ..............015G²/Hz ...........................Frequency Range – Sine Sweep.........................................5Hz to 100Hz ....................................... M516......Acceleration ..Frequency Range .............................5A...............................................................................................-30°C (-22°F) / 80°C (176°F) .......................... IEC 60068-2-30................................. Cat.....Cold......................5-C1 Shock ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------..................... 95% RH... 4G ...............ENV1.Shock .......................................Genset Control Chapter 7...................................................................................... ENV3 and ENV4 pending Page 48/52 © Woodward ................................................ Saw tooth pulse................. EN 60255-21-2 MIL-STD 810F...................................Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series ................................-20°C (-4°F) / 70 °C (158°F) ............................................. Fig................................................. Fc) EN 60255-21-3 Lloyd’s Register........ 1..................10Hz to 500Hz ................ Environmental Data Vibration -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.................. ENV2.....Standards..........4........... IEC 60068-2-2.... 514........Random...... Test Bb and Bd IEC 60068-2-1..............................Standards..................................... Procedure 1 Temperature ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------.................. Vibration Test2 SAEJ1455 Chassis Data MIL-STD 810F...............Cold..................................................... Truck/Trailer tracked-restrained cargo........ Dry Heat (storage).04 Grms ................ M514............................Standards....

............ value Mains/ground current IL1..00 • Ambient temperature .........00 2% - Frequency Generator Mains fL1N...535 8 to 40 V fn +/.... VL3N...... IL2......5% for single-pole senders and a combination of single.. VL2N..5% for single-pole senders and a combination of single.Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .....23 °C +/. L3 Power factor Current value power factor L1 Miscellaneous Real energy Operating hours Maintenance call hours Maintenance call days Start counter Battery voltage Pickup speed 0 to 4....................... fL3N fL1N.. 2....Genset Control Chapter 8.40 % 1% not calibrated - Analog inputs 0 to 180 Ohms freely scaleable * for VDO sensors 0 to 360 Ohms freely scaleable * for VDO sensors 0 to 500 Ohms freely scaleable * for resistive sensor 0/4 to 20 mA freely scaleable ** * 1% for two-pole senders.....2% for two-pole senders..2 % • Power supply .2 K • Warm-up period ...0 to 85....... VL3N...... 2.... VL2N.........rated voltage +/. fL2N..........sinusoidal rated current • Frequency . IL3 IL1..999 h 0 to 999 d 0 to 65........200 GWh 4×109 h 0 to 9.........0 Hz 40...sinusoidal rated voltage • Input current ..00 to 1... IL2..... fL2N. fL3N - Voltage Generator Mains VL1N. Current Generator Max. IL3 IL1 Real power Current total real power value Reactive power Current value in L1.0 to 85...rated frequency +/.....2 % • Power factor (cos φ) ...1 % 0 to 650 kV 0 to 650 kV 1% 1% Transformer ratio selectable Transformer ratio selectable 0 to 32.....20 minutes © Woodward Page 49/52 .1. L2...00 to lead0..and two-pole sensors ** 1..0 Hz 0..000 A 0 to 32....... VL1N.. Accuracy Measuring value Display Accuracy Notes 15...000 A 1% 1% 1% Slave pointer - -2 to 2 GW 2% Accuracy dependent on the configured transformer ratios -2 to 2 Gvar 2% Accuracy dependent on the configured transformer ratios lag0......and two-pole sensors Reference conditions (to measure the accuracy): • Input voltage.1 % 0.......000 A 0 to 32.

Genset Control Appendix A.D-SUB DE9 connector RJ45/8P8C Connector male / plug female / socket Figure 8-2: CAN bus pin assignment .D-SUB DE9 connector Terminal Signal 1 2 CAN_L 3 CAN_GND 4 5 (CAN_SHLD) 6 (GND) 7 CAN_H 8 9 (CAN_V+) according to CiA DS 102 Description Reserved CAN Bus Signal (dominant low) CAN ground Reserved Optional shield Optional CAN ground CAN Bus Signal (dominant high) Reserved Optional external voltage supply Vcc Table 8-1: CAN bus pin assignment . Useful Information CAN Bus Pin Assignments of Third-Party Units ≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡≡ D-SUB DE9 Connector male / plug female / socket Figure 8-1: CAN bus pin assignment .Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .RJ45/8P8C connector Page 50/52 © Woodward .RJ45/8P8C connector Terminal Signal 1 CAN_H 2 CAN_L 3 CAN_GND 4 5 6 (CAN_SHLD) 7 CAN_GND 9 (CAN_V+) according to CiA DRP 303-1 Description CAN bus line (dominant high) CAN bus line (dominant low) Ground / 0 V / VReserved Reserved Optional CAN Shield Ground / 0 V / VOptional external voltage supply Vcc Table 8-2: CAN bus pin assignment .

Manual 37223 easYgen-3000 Series .Genset Control IDC / Header Connector Figure 8-3: CAN bus pin assignment .IDC / Header © Woodward Page 51/52 .IDC / Header Terminal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Signal (GND) CAN_L CAN_H CAN_GND (CAN_V+) (CAN_SHLD) - Description Reserved Optional CAN ground CAN bus line (dominant low) CAN bus line (dominant high) CAN ground Reserved Reserved Optional external voltage supply Vcc Optional shield Not connected Table 8-3: CAN bus pin assignment .

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