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AMF Controller + Monitoring system Upto 32 kVA DG Rating

User Manual(273913000004)

Emerson part No. Revision Revision Date

273913000004 03 23.06.16

Copyright 2009 by Emerson Network Power India Pvt. Ltd.

All rights reserved. The contents in this document are subject to change without notice.


Head Office:
Plot No. C-20, Road No. 19,
Wagle Industrial Estate
Thane 400 604, Maharashtra, INDIA
Phone: (00 91 22) 33154400
Fax: (00 91 22) 25800829 / 25828358

Dear Customer,

Please accept our thanks for giving us the privilege to serve you by choosing Emerson make AMF

If this is your first Emerson AMF System, we hope it is the beginning of a long relationship which
delivers value to your organization. If you already own and use Emerson Product, we are doubly
honored by your decision of continuing this relationship.

It is our constant endeavor to partner you for the growth and success of your Business. This
philosophy is reflected in our Mission statement To deliver value through Air & Power Quality
solutions to achieve customer delight. Please do give us feedback to help us realize our Mission.

Emerson Network Power (India) Private Limited


This manual contains information concerning the installation, operation and maintenance of the
AMF System.

All relevant parts of the manual should be read prior to commencing installation.

The AMF System must be commissioned by an engineer approved by the manufacturer (or
his agent) before being put into service. Failure to observe this condition will invalidate any
implied warranty.

The AMF System has been designed for Telecom use only.

The System has not been designed for direct use in any life support application. If you encounter
any problem with the procedures contained in this manual, you should seek immediate assistance
from Emerson Network Power (India) Pvt. Ltd. Sales Office from whom the equipment was
purchased. Alternatively contact the Emerson Network Power (India) Pvt. Ltd Customer Service &
Support department at the address shown below:


Plot No. C-20, Road No. 19,
Wagle Industrial Estate
Thane (West) 400 604,
Maharashtra, INDIA
Phone: (00 91 22) 33154400

Customer Care / Service Helpline Number:

Toll Free: 1800 209 6070
Chargeable: +91-22-66231200

Safety Precautions
To reduce the chance of accident, please read the safety precautions very carefully before
operation. The "Caution, Notice, Warning, Danger" in this manual do not represent all the safety
points to be observed, and are only used as supplement to various operation safety points.
Therefore, the installation and operation personnel must be strictly trained and master the
correct operations and all the safety points before actual operation. When operating Emerson
products, the safety rules in the industry, the general safety points and special safety instructions
specified in this manual must be strictly observed.

Electrical Safety
I. Hazardous voltage


Some components of the power system carry hazardous voltage in operation; direct contact or
indirect contact through moist objects with these components will result in fatal injury.
Safety rules in the industry must be observed when installing the power system. The installation
personnel must be licensed to operate high voltage and AC/DC power. In operation, conductive
objects such as watch, bracelet, bangle, ring, etc. are not allowed to be worn. When water or
moisture is found on the cabinet, turn off the power immediately. In moist environment,
precautions must be taken to keep moisture out of the power system.
"Prohibit" warning label must be attached to the switches and buttons which are not permitted to
be operated on during installation.

High voltage operation may cause fire and electric shock. The connection and wiring of AC/DC
Cables must be in compliance with the local rules and regulations. Only those who are licensed
to operate high voltage and AC power can perform high voltage operations.

II. Tools

In high voltage and AC operation, special tools must be used. No common or self-carried tools
should be used.

III. Thunderstorm

Never operate on high voltage, AC, iron tower or mast on a day with thunderstorm. In
thunderstorms, a strong electromagnetic field will be generated in the air. Therefore the
equipment should be well earthed in time to avoid damage by lightning strikes.



The static electricity generated by the human body will damage the static sensitive elements on
PCBs, such as large-scale ICs, etc. Before touching any plug-in board, PCB or IC chip, ESD
wrist strap must be worn to prevent body static from damaging the sensitive elements. The other
end of the ESD wrist strap must be well earthed.

V. Short-circuit


During operation, never short the positive and negative poles of the DC distribution unit of the
system or the non-earthing pole and the earth. The power system is constant voltage DC power
equipment; short circuit will result in equipment burning and endanger human safety.

Check carefully the polarity of the cable and connection terminal when performing DC live
As the operation space in the DC distribution unit is very tight, please carefully select the
operation space.
Never wear a watch, bracelet, bangle, ring, or other conductive objects during operation.
Insulated tools must be used.
In live operation, keep the arm muscle tense, so that when tool connection is loosened, the free
journey of the human body and tool is reduced to a minimum.


Sr.No. Heading Page No.

0 Revision History 7
1 Introduction 8
2 Technical Specification 9
3 Mechanical Structure 10
4 Wiring Diagram and connection detail 14
5 Function 22
6 Operation 23
7 User setting 24
8 eStone-II Configuration 28
9 User Interface 29
10 Dos and Donts 33
11 Preventative maintenance check points 35

Version history details of 273913000004_02- User Manual
For- AMF controller system

Following is the reference version history summary of all the revisions made in User Manual for
AMF controller system.

Version Revision Description Prepared Reviewed Approved Date

No. by By by
00 Initial SB RJ AB 03.06.16
01 ECO3-1109 SB RJ AB 16.06.16
02 ECO3-1109 CST RJ AB 22.06.16
03 ECO3-1109 CST RJ AB 23.06.16

1. Introduction

AMF controller + monitoring system is designed to make the Diesel Generator ON/OFF
depending upon the battery voltage of DCPS. This AMF system will be operating in conjunction
with the DCPS system present on site. Priority of Source to be utilized is defined by the
availability and reliability of four sources Battery, EB, DG and solar. When Battery has sufficient
Backup of power EB will be cut off from load and battery will discharge consider Solar to be
present to charge the battery bank.

AMF controller system consists of AMF controller GCU105 to select AC voltage, it can be taken
from either an electricity board supply referred to as EB supply or from a Diesel Generator (DG) .
the selected AC voltage output then fed to external SMPS.

The AMF system is used for powering up the telecom equipments and charges the battery bank,
where the requirement is of 48VDC in general for operating the equipment.

The signals to operate DG are provided from the solar controller which depend on the battery
voltage or can be operated depending the battery AH. Excellent battery test features provided
along with storage facility of test data.

Along with this DG relay box is provided for the DG On/OFF.

System consists operations as well as Monitoring also. Monitoring unit sends all DG related data,
solar system related data and EB, DG and load Energy to server via GPRS.

2. Technical specification:

Distribution: distribution consists for EB, DG, Load AC output, Solar input, Battery terminal,
AMF function: yes
DG alarm sensing: LLOP, HWT, LFL, Emergency stop
PFC output: 4 Nos
Auto/manual: by Switch
Cooling: ventilation fan

(i) EB under/voltage
(ii) DG under/over Voltage

(i) EB,DG Voltage, Current and KWH
(ii) EB,DG Run Hrs
(iii) Solar Power consumption
(iv) Solar i/p and o/p Voltage ,Current and Power

Display: eStone-II HTTP page

Dimension: Outdoor 480 x 575 x700 mm

3. Mechanical Structure

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1) Remove all Packing from the system.

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2) Disassemble the enclosure from Pallet and packing

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3) Enclosure to be fitted with base using M8 X 100 L hex bolts, 4 Nos. M8 plain
washer, 4 Nos.M8 Spring washer, 4 Nos.

4) Base mounting dimension as per below image.

Note: This system should be installed near to DCPS controller and communication
distance between these systems should not be more than 10 meters.
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4. Wiring Diagram and connection detail

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Connection Detail:

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Electrical Inter locking and auxiliary Block connection of Contactor

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DG Relay BOX Connection Details:

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eStone-II Connection Details:

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Connection details of AMF system with existing DCPS system while Installation.
1) Control wire of 2.54
2) Pin type lug for 2.54
Check the below points for connection details.
1. When Connecting DG Contactor Feedback to M523s board, connect the +ve
Of dc supply (i.e. 48 Vdc) to pin number 3 of CONN3 and connect pin4 of
CONN3 to DI of M523S.
2. When Connecting DG Contactor Feedback to M521 board, connect pin
Number 3 and pin4 of CONN3 to DI of M521s.
3. For the connection of Battery Low DI input on CONN3 to pin number 7 and 8,
Connect to Relay4 output P and NC of PFC connector on M523S board.
4. For the connection of Battery Low from M521 board, connect the CONN3 pin
and 8 to pin 3 and 4 of J18 connector of M521S board
5. For connecting the Remote DG start command from M523S board, connect the
Relay 6 Output NO and P to pin no. 1 and 2 of CONN3 connector.
6. For connecting the Remote DG start command from M521S board, connect the
J18 pin 1 and 2 to CONN3 pin 1 and 2 of AMF system.
7. For single phase operation of AMF system, connect shorting busbar on input MCB
of DG and mains, similarly connect shorting busbar to output (distribution) MCB.
8. For single/three phase DG, below parameters remain same. Change DG type in
GCU as per the actual site DG. Please refer the AMF module setting in User setting.
The overload setting is per phase in GCU.

50 Mains Single Ph ( R,N) Enable / Disable Disable

51 DG Single Ph ( R,N) Enable / Disable Disable

52 DG Type ( KVA) 2.5 KVA to 240 KVA 15 KVA

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9. For M523S controller DG setting should be as per below on site. It is not there,
then please do the setting as per below form display. (Password to enter in setting
is 640275) and then go to DG setting.

DG Setting
Parameter Range Factory setting Value description
AC Power Mode Grid, Grid+DG Grid+DG Mode of system
DG CAP: 15kVA Capacity of Diesel Generator
DG Start:
Voltage: 47.0V
Batt Capacity Enable: Y,N N
Batt Capacity: 50%
Voltage Enable: Y,N N
Voltage: 53.5V
Batt Current En: Y,N N
Current: 0.010C
Delay 10 min
DG Run Time:
Max: 180 Min
Min 30 Min
DG Relay: 6
10. For M521S controller, the below setting should be there in controller. If not there
then need to change.

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5. Function
AMF system functionally can be divided in following parts:
1) AMF Module: it is a controller which sense EB and DG voltages, Current, Kwh, Run hrs,
DG alarms. When EB is healthy AMF module switch ON contactor K2 for load shift on EB.
when EB fail and SOC% of battery goes down below the set value eStone gives a
Command to AMF module to start DG then AMF module gives Crank command to
external DG Relay Box .after DG start AMF module switch ON the contactor K1 to shift
the load on DG. now DG Runs for fixed time Period which is set by user in eStone HTTP
page .If any DG alarm active like LLOP, HWT, LFL, Alternator fail, DG fail to Start/stop,
over speed etc DG will immediately stop till Alarm doesnt Reset manually by keypad DG
would not start again .this AMF module is powered (12V) by DC-DC converter.
2) eStone-II :For Monitoring in AMF system eStone-II used .This eStone-II is powered
(48V). eStone-II communicate with M523S (com4) on RS485 and with AMF module on
RS485 (com3) and M521 on COM1(RS232). eStone-II gets data from all three devices
and send it to ever through GPRS modem.

Apart from this eStone also has function of DG start / Stop based on Battery Backup. eStone
getting All Required Parameter from GCU And M523. .based on SOC ( at 50% as set) and
Battery Voltage it energize a DG Relay (DO1) for to start DG . After a set time or
DGOFF SOC reaches it trigger to Stop DG again. Also in between Run time if EB comes,
its off the DG relay.
Remember DG ON Volt and DG OFF Time is settable on http page of eStone-II.
3) DC Cooling FAN: Provision for two FANS is given in the cabinet. The FAN will get triggered
ON when the EB and DG contactor is ON.

4) DC LAMP: Two DC LAMP provided in Cabinet. When Door Gets Open LAMP will be ON and
when Door Close It will be in OFF state.

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6. Operation:

AMF system operations are as under:

Solar Power hybrid system

OR To existing SMPS

1) When EB is available EB contactor (K1 and K3) should be hold and DG should be STOP.
EB voltage continually to be monitor by AMF Controller. Under/over voltage to be detect by AMF

2) When EB fail EB contactor OFF immediately and AMF module wait for DG ON till Remote start is
Open. Remote start is close by eStone through Relay Interface board at Defined DGONSOC Value or
LOW Battery Voltage or battery low PFC or Battery voltage sensing. AMF module senses this relay on
Remote Start Input to start the DG. AMF starts DG by three consecutive cranks. Crank time period
and crank rest time is set by setting in AMF module. LLOP need to be short.

3) The eStone will get the current battery voltage values from DCPS controller through RS232
communication or RS485 communication. If M523s DCPS controller is there, then RS485
communication will be there between AMF system and DCPS controller. If M521S controller is there,
the RS232 communication will be there AMF system and DCPS controller. This communication
distance should not be more than 10Mtrs.

4) After DG starts Load to be shift on DG by switch ON contactor K2 and K4.

5) If EB is not available DG run for set time period (settable eStone Http page ) and DGOFFSOC reaches
in eStone. Like MAXDG RUN TIME ends eStone again ON DO relay to stop DG.

6) If EB comes between duration of DG run time AMF module wait for Mains Restoration time and if EB
is healthy it OFF the contactor K2 & K4 and hold Contactor K1 and K3.then AMF gives solenoid
command to DG to stop the DG.

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7. User Setting

(1) AMF module (GCU-105) Ver. 0.6 setting to be done as per below list:

Para. Standard Factory Set

No. Parameter Description Range
(Version 0.5)

1 Mains Low Voltage 90 210 Volts 185

2 Mains High Voltage 250 290 Volts 250

3 Engine Start Delay 1 16 Hrs. 5 Sec

1 59 Sec. 1 Min
4 Mains Restoration Time 1 15 Min. 10 Sec.

5 LLOP Bypass Time 0 99 Sec. 15

6 Stop Solenoid Time 10 99 Sec. 10

7 Crank Time 0 99 Sec. 3

8 Crank Attempts 1 -5 3

9 Crank Rest Time 1 99 Sec. 15

10 Engine Cooling Time 1Sec. 15 Mm. 0 - Disable 1 Min.

11 Engine Warm-up Time 1Sec. 15 Mm. 10 Sec.

12 DG Low Voltage 180 210 Volts 190

13 DG High Voltage 250 290 Volts 265

1Mm. 10 Hrs
14 DG Run Time 0 - Disable 0

15 DG Low Frequency 43 47 Hz 47

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16 DG High Frequency 5359 Hz 53

1 1000 Amps

17 Over Load Current 63 Amp
0 Disable

18 Load C.T. Ratio 10: 5 to 1000: 5 100:5

19 Phase Unbalance 10 to 100 Volts 50

20 Alphanumeric Site ID 0 tol9 1111

21 Fuel Consumption Refer Table No. 2

22 Remote Start Yes Enable No Disable Yes

23 Remote Stop Yes Enable No Disable Yes

0 Disable
24 CDMA Modem 1- CDMA 0Disable

Report all Event

Event Reporting Thr.
25 Report Fault Event Disable
Modem ( CDMA)

1 Sec. to 5 Mm.
26 Engine Preheat Time 0
0 - Disable

27 Engine Periodic Start 0 to 90 Days 0

28 Engine Periodic Run 1 to 60 Minutes 5

1 Mm. to 10 Hrs.
29 Engine Rest Time 0 - Disable

30 Programmable Fault I/Ps 1 10 Faults (Ref table-3)

o/p-1: LLOP
o/p-2:Low Fuel
31 Programmable Fault 0/Ps 1 23 Faults o/p-4:Fail to Start
o/p-5:Alternator fault
o/p-7 :Fail to Stop
o/p-8:DG ON
32 DG Battery Low 10 to 24 Volts 10

33 Oil Bar Setting Refer. Table No. 5

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34 Temp. Bar Setting Refer. Table No. 6

35 Fuel Bar Setting Refer. Table No. 7

36 GSM Modem Setting Refer Table No.8

37 Engine Running trigger 3 to 24 Volts 8 Volts.

1 Sec. 15 Mm. 16Mm.

38 Horn Time Infinity 1 SEC SEC
0 Disable

37 Engine Running trigger 3 to 24 Volts 8 Volts.

1 Sec. 15 Mm.
38 Horn Time 16Mm. Infinity 1 SEC
0 Disable

Pull to Start Pull to

39 Fuel Type Pull to stop

40 LLOP Switch Enable / Disable Enable

41 Extra 1 programmable DG Stop / Only Mess. DG Stop

42 Extra 2 programmable DG Stop / Only Mess. DG Stop

43 Extra 1 Time for Shutdown 1 to 59 sec. 1sec.

44 Extra 2 Time for Shutdown 1 to 59 sec. 1 sec.

DG Stop / Only LED

45 Low Fuel Programmable Only LED Indication

46 Low Fuel time Shutdown 3 Mm. to 6 Hrs. 3 Mm. 10Min

R.P.M. Selection Frequency =

47 50Hz
RPM:-1500/3000 1500

48 DG Lock Mode 1 to 60 Mm. 3Min

49 Charge Input Enable / Disable Enable Disable

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50 Mains Single Ph ( R,N) Enable / Disable Disable

51 DG Single Ph ( R,N) Enable / Disable Disable

52 DG Type ( KVA) 2.5 KVA to 240 KVA 15 KVA

Unit ID : 2
53 RS-485 Parameter setting Com. Port Setting Baud rate: 9600
Parity N; Stop Bit :1
54 DG Maintenance Message 0 30000 Hrs (0 Disable) 0

55 DG ON- Off Time (RTC) 1 5 steps (0 Disable) 0

56 Phase Reverse Enable/Disbale Disable

Note: 1) The above settings are done from factory.

2) The Air condition load needs to connect to R Phase of the distribution MCB.

Estone Settings
User will set basic setting in M523S and it will get automatically updated in eStone-II controller.

Sr Default
No. Parameters Value MaxValue MinValue Comment
1 RefTotLoadCurrent(A) 20 50 2
2 SocLowDG (%) 50 95 15
3 MaxDGRunTime(min) 180 1440 30
4 MinDGRunTime(Hmin) 30 30 10
5 DGOnBattVoltage(V) 47 58 42
6 DGOffSOC (%) 80 100 30

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8. eStone-II Configuration

For Configuration eStone should be Connect with Laptop through LAN1 Port by LAN cable:

Default IP address of e-Stone Host Module 1606IM is

Step-1 :- Set your computer IP address manually as per following
IP address:
Subnet Mask:
Default gateway:
Step-2:- EStone FTP and copy all files to eStone (latest files).
a) Power on the eStone
b) Connect LAN cable to LAN1 port of eStone
c) Check connectivity of eStone through Start-- > Run ping
d) Open windows explorer.
e) Put on address bar.
f) Enter username: root and password: - hello if asked.
g) Replace given SO file to path SO (if Require)
h) Pls delete all existing files first and then Copy site configuration files to ..(Note: these files will be different for each
site and will be provided by NOC person prior to installation)
i) Put gprs-connect-chat file on\etc\PPP\gprs and\etc\PPP
(Note: if Airtel Public SIM being use so no need to change this file)
j) Close FTP session.

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9. User Interface:

1) eStone Local HTTP page :

1) Connect eStone to Laptop through LAN cable on LAN1 Port.
2) Open internet explorer page and enter IP and press Enter.
3) Make the language as English and type the login name as admin and password as admin
4) Now the below HTTP page will open and then validate the data by opening one by one page.

Note : If the above webpage is not coming then add this URL in compatibility view setting in
internet options.
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2) eStone Server webpage:

1) GPRS Enable in RTU:

a) Open Command prompt.

b) Enter telnet

c) User Name: root. Press Enter.

d) Password: hello. Press Enter.

e) Enter Command su estoneadmin & Press Enter.

f) Enter Command setgprs & Press Enter.

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g) Enter 1 & Press Enter.
h) It will ask for confirmation Y / N? Enter Y & Press Enter.
i) Enter 3 & Press Enter.
j) Now Reboot Estone.

2) GPRS Modem check:

k) Open Command prompt.
l) Enter telnet

m) User Name: root. Press Enter.

n) Password: hello. Press Enter.
o) Enter command ifconfig. Press Enter.

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p) If eth0 and lo only coming in command prompt then modem is acquiring GPRS network due to
either SIM card not working/ Modem Not Working, etc.
q) If its giving ppp0 Para in command prompt the GPRS is enabled in RTU and site suppose to hit

3) Previous day data logging:

This function is use for checking per day analysis data logging. Every day at 00:00:00 previous days
consumptions, run hours gets stored in Database. User can check this by following ways:
1) Open in internet explorer.
2) Add URL into Compatibility View Settings.
3) Select language English, User Name admin. Enter password.
4) Go to System Setup Select Time from Left Side Menu Get PC Time Apply.

5) Keep system running for some time on EB/DG. Check its run hours and Energy increasing
or not.
6) After some time change the RTC of RTU to 23:59:00 using Step 4 only difference is enter
time 23:59:00 instead of GET PC Time..
7) Wait for time becomes 00:00:00.

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8) Open REPORT Equipment and check the today~s Run Hours/ Energy stored in
Yesterday~s Run Hours/Energy.
9) Reset RTC to current time using Step 4.

10. Do's & Don'ts

10.1 Dos
Use proper Safety tools and PPEs

Do ensure all the instruments/meters are calibrated.

Do check and ensure all the Tightness of Power and control connections in the system prior
to commissioning of the system in the pre Installation stages.

Put all the Input Output and Battery MCBs or Fuses in ON/Connected condition and Check
continuity between Input (Ph-Ph, Ph-N, and Ph-PE) and Output terminals. It should be shown
as open Condition.

Do check the Input supply for proper voltages/frequency and polarity (line/neutral) prior to
switching the input MCB of the system.

Do check and ensure proper Tightness of Earth/GND connection to +Ve Bus bar in the

Do ensure for proper polarity of DC connection and remove Battery fuses before connecting
the Battery to the solar hybrid system then the battery fuses can be inserted back after proper
polarity connected.

Do switch ON the MPPT Rectifier Module one by one using the MPPT Rectifier Module Input
MCB of Individual Rectifier and observe the indication on the MPPT Rectifier Module and
read the parameters on the Controller Display .Also check for load sharing parameters by
each rectifier on controller display.

Do check for all the input and output parameters on the controller display and ensure the
proper voltage /current before switching on Load.

Do check and regularly record the energy and power readings periodically for the power
consumption drawn by telecom operator.

Do check and maintain the system clean and Dust free so that in the long run the moisture
and dust do not affect the normal functioning of the system.

Do check for Display calibration by measuring the input and output parameters by Calibrated
meter and verify the respective readings on the controller display. In case of variation in the
displayed reading please contact Emerson Engineer.

Do check for Alarm log periodically to know and remain updated with the DC system Status.

Ensure that the temperature sensor installed and functioning properly.

Do maintain the room temperature well within the specified limits.

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Do check Cabinet Fan is working or not. If not do not install the system.

For maintenance of cooling fan please remove top cover of trolley, if required.

10.2 Donts
Do not connect Battery terminal on the solar hybrid system without checking the proper
Tightness of all connections.

Do not switch on the system under input supply abnormal conditions and improper

Do not switch on the system without proper Earth connections.

Do not terminate the Earth connection to Input Neutral Terminal of solar hybrid system

Do not switch on the system with reverse polarity of DC connections on load and battery side.

Do not place the system in Dusty and moist environment.

Do not keep the inflammable items near the solar hybrid system.

Do not run the solar hybrid system under Battery test fail condition since there will be no
battery backup available in case mains supply fails. In such case arrange for Preventive
Battery Maintenance urgently to resolve the problem.

Do not operate the solar hybrid system beyond the specified output capacity.

Do not try to switch on the system under fault conditions.

Note: The system might have failed or tripped due to fault conditions.
Please verify the Battery and load parameters before restarting the system.
Do not tamper with the Parameter settings in the controller Display without consulting
Emerson Engineer.

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11. Preventive Maintenance Checks for Hybrid Solar System

Clean the whole solar hybrid system with the help of Vacuum cleaner for dust removal.

Check Tightness of all the control & power terminals

Check and Measure Input Voltage (Phase Neutral to Earth)

Checking of o/p voltage of all MPPT rectifier modules with functionality of all rectifiers.

Checking of float voltage, boost voltage, current limit & other setting of Power Plant.

Checking of all parameters & confirm they are as per requirements.

Checking of regular functioning of controller cards/modules replacing faulty modules.

Checking of alarm generated by power failure & Rectifiers failure from power plants.

Check and Measure load current in AC energy meter.

Check controller display voltage & battery terminal should be same.

Check charger current limit as per battery capacity should be 10% of battery backup in case
high, battery charge & discharge the limit shall be 15% with proper consent of Technical

Check Battery Current.

Check the termination of all points should be proper.

Check for Battery Health should be carried out quarterly.

Check for the various parameter settings and if required set the settings as per requirement if
found deviated or there is a variation from the original value.

Check for temperature rise checks on the bus bar with the Temperature Gun to detect the
unwanted loads or excess current on the solar hybrid system.

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Site Name: Site ID:

1. Check that the system is properly packed & not in damage condition. In Case it is
damage inform customer so as to claim insurance.
2. In case of no damage observed, remove the system from the packing material.
3. Check for any transparent damage, in case of any damage the same should be corrected
before taking up future steps.
4. Check for the mounting platform, if the system has to be installed on the top of battery.
Otherwise grouting provision for free standing installation.
5. Check wires at AC distribution board & DC common points for loose connections.
6. Check all control cable connector are connected at proper connector on the PCB.
7. Check all bus bar joining points for loose connection.
8. Ensure that the earthling potential is less than 2V at the distribution panel.
9. Ensure that the earth resistance is less than 1Ohm.

Recommended Tools
Multi meter
Box type screw driver M6, M8 & M10
Set of spanners, cutter, stripper & pliers and Tool kit
Crimping tool up to 120 sq mm
LAN cable
Console cable
Check OK

(Installation Engineer)

Note: To be retained by customer for his record.

Emerson Network Power (India) Private Limited

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Warranty Terms & Conditions:

1. The warranty is applicable to all parts of the power system against manufacturing/ design
defects, except consumable parts susceptible to external operating conditions like surge
protection devices and fuse.
2. The warranty is valid for a period of 18 months from date of supply and 12 months from date
of commissioning, whichever is earlier.
3. The warranty is valid only if:
a) The equipment was selected for use within the manufacturers specifications.
b) Is installed / commissioned / serviced by EMERSON NETWORK POWER (I) PVT. LTD.
Trained / Authorized / Technical / Engineer.
c) Operated in accordance with the instructions given in operating / user manual supplied along
with the system.
d) Is operated in an environment and within the temperature limits specified by the manufacture.
4. Any warranty replaced part will carry the benefit of the unexpired portion of the original
warranty period only.
5. Any fault / damage occurred out of abuse /misuse; lightning, heavy input surges beyond the
limit specified by the manufacturer, over loading, riots, floods etc. and act of god are not covered
under warranty.
6. The warranty is not valid for if the equipment is resold by the customer or if it is bought from
any other source which is not authorized by EMERSON NETWORK POWER (I) PVT. LTD.
7. Any dispute shall be subjected to jurisdiction of Thane Mumbai only.

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