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CONTROL AND POWER

PANELS
CONTROL AND POWER

PANELS
With over two decades of experience MANUAL AUTOMATIC AUTOMATIC DIESEL & GAS ELECTRONIC
PANELS PANELS TRANSFER CONTROLLERS OPTIONALS
designing and manufacturing advanced SWITCH
Controllers for Multitude of
Manual Designed for
control systems for generator sets, control panels, generator ATS panels diesel generators, optionals available
manufactured sets that require manufactured as well as other to adapt the
HIMOINSA offers a complete range of with high-quality automatic control. by HIMOINSA to controllers generator set
panels and controllers for diesel and gas components, This configuration transfer the power especially for gas to the needs of
designed for includes a battery supply between generator sets. The each project and
generators. applications that charger and the grid and the main purpose of aplication.
involve manual a preheating generator set. Their this differentiation
start-up and resistance comprehensive is to guarantee
management of that allows the electric mechanism the utmost safety
the generator set. generator to be provides a rapid when running
ready for sudden response to supply your equipment.
start . demands in the All HIMOINSA
stand-by market. controllers
incorporate a
multi-language
graphic display.

pg.4 pg.6 pg.8 pg.18 pg.22


MANUAL CONTROL AND
POWER PANELS

M6 M5
MAIN MAIN 1
COMPONENTS COMPONENTS
4
1 Analogue voltmeter 1 CEM7 control unit
2 Analogue ammeter 2 On/off switch
2
3 Analogue frequency meter 3 Emergency stop
4 M6 control unit 1 2 5 4 Differential relay
5 Alert light 9 10 5 Circuit breaker protection
6 Running hours counter
7 Voltage level selector
3
8 Fuses 6
9
3 4 5
Differential relay
10 Circuit breaker protection
11 Emergency stop 7 11

THE ILLUSTRATIONS
REPRESENT SPECIFIC
MODELS. YOUR
CANOPY MAY VARY
DEPENDING ON THE
HLA, HZA, HYW, HZA A10 HYW B10 HYW, HFW FOR ALL FOR ALL A10 FOR ALL FOR ALL
CONSTRUCTION
HFW SERIES SERIES SERIES SERIES VERSION OF THE SERIES SERIES SERIES SERIES
GENERATOR SET

<63A <63A <63A <63A ≤125A ≥160A ≤63A ≥80A


AND THE AMPERAGE
OF THE CIRCUIT
4 BREAKER. 5
AUTOMATIC CONTROL AND
POWER PANELS

AS5
MAIN
AS7MAIN
1 2
1
COMPONENTS COMPONENTS
4
1 CEM7 control unit 1 M7X control unit 3
2 On/off switch 2 On/off switch
2
3 Emergency stop 3 Emergency stop
4 Differential relay 4 Circuit breaker protection
5 Circuit breaker protection 5 Differential relay
6 Battery charger 6 Battery charger
7 Preheating resistance
3 7 Preheating resistance

5
4 5

6 7 6 7

1RDT3S 1RDT3S

ON Fault Test Reset ON Fault Test Reset

THE ILLUSTRATIONS
REPRESENT SPECIFIC
MODELS. YOUR
CANOPY MAY VARY
DEPENDING ON THE
FOR ALL FOR ALL A10 HYW FOR ALL ONLY ONLY ONLY
CONSTRUCTION
SERIES SERIES SERIES SERIES VERSION OF THE HHW SERIES HHW SERIES HHW SERIES
GENERATOR SET

≤125A ≥160A ≤63A ≥80A ≤125A >160A ≥32A


AND THE AMPERAGE
OF THE CIRCUIT
6 BREAKER. 7
AUTOMATIC
TRANSFER
SWITCH
HIMOINSA MANUFACTURES AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH
PANELS (ATS) WHICH TRANSFER POWER BETWEEN THE
MAINS AND THE GENERATOR SET. A PIECE DESIGNED WITH
A COMPREHENSIVE ELECTRICAL MECHANISM THAT ALLOWS
A RAPID RESPONSE TO THE DEMAND FOR POWER ON THE
STAND-BY MARKET.
HIMOINSA AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH PANELS
HAVE A MANUAL EMERGENCY STOP AND HAVE BEEN
MANUFACTURED IN COMPLIANCE WITH REQUIRED QUALITY
STANDARDS. WITH AN AMPERAGE RANGE OF 30 TO 3150 A,
THE HIMOINSA ATS HAS AN IP55 PROTECTION RATING WHICH
GUARANTEES SEALING AND INSULATION LEVELS.

8 9
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER
SWITCH DIAGRAMS

CC2 + AC5 +
GENERIC HIMOINSA
GENERATOR GENERATOR
SET SET

ELECTRICITY GENERIC ELECTRICITY HIMOINSA


NETWORK GENERATOR NETWORK GENERATOR
SET SET
CC2 | CEC7 AC5 | CEA7
1 km (*1) GENSET
6m
CONTROLLER
VOLTAGE FREE / DRY CONTACT. Standard extension.

SELECTION OF SELECTION OF
POWER SOURCE POWER SOURCE

(*1) CAN
communication up to 1
km away. HIMOINSA
shall not provide
communication or
FINAL SUPPLY power cables. FINAL SUPPLY

10 11
CONTACTORS SWITCHES
30-250A 400-3150A

1
2 5
4

3
2 4

3
MAIN MAIN
COMPONENTS COMPONENTS
1 IP55 cabinet 1 IP55 cabinet
2 Controller 2 Controller
5
3 Emergency stop 3 Emergency stop 6
4 Measurements module 4 Measurements module
5 Contactors 5 Key for manual transfer switch
6 Grounding line connection 6 6 Motorised switch
7
7 Grounding line connection
8 Plinth for cabinets >800A

AUTOMATIC
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER TRANSFER
SWITCH USING A PAIR SWITCH USING
OF MECHANICALLY MOTORISED
INTERLOCKED SWITCHES
CONTACTORS AND WITH WITH MANUAL
12 STATUS CONTACTS. 13
ACTIVATION
OPTION.
CC2
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH PANELS

CONEXIÓN CONEXIÓN
CONTACTO CONTACTO CONEXIÓN CONEXIÓN
CONTACTO CONTACTO
ALIMENTACIÓN
ALIMENTACIÓN
CAN For communications
CAN ARRANQUE ARRANQUE ALIMENTACIÓN
ALIMENTACIÓN
CAN POWER
CAN ARRANQUE The power
SUPPLYARRANQUE
of over 100 metres a supply is equipped with
supplemental power an auxiliary battery that
supply is necessary. maintains the power supply

1 | NEGATIVO

20 | POSITIVO
1 | NEGATIVO

H | CAN H
20 | POSITIVO

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C

PE | TIERRA
19 | NO

PE | TIERRA

1 | NEGATIVO

20 | POSITIVO
1 | NEGATIVO

H | CAN H
20 | POSITIVO

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C

PE | TIERRA
19 | NO

PE | TIERRA
in both modules, from the
time when a power failure
occurs until the generator
sets start.
maximum distance: 1000 m

1 2 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 5 PE 6 PE 1 2 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 5 PE 6 PE
30-125 A 160-250 A 400-630 A
4-pole contactors. CEC7 controller.
Power failure detection. Emergency
4-pole contactors. CEC7 controller.
Power failure detection. Emergency
Motorised switch. CEC7 controller.
Power failure detection. Emergency
CC2 ATS PANELS
stop. Voltage measurement. stop. Voltage measurement. stop. Voltage measurement. CONTACTORS SWITCHES

Amperage A 30 40 50 63 100 125 160 250 400 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3150

Weight kg 27 27 28 28 30 31 54 55 128 135 164 220 245 347 385 450 486

Height mm 700 700 700 700 700 700 1000 1000 1200 1200 1750 1800 1800 1800 2000 2000 2000

Length mm 500 500 500 500 500 500 600 600 800 800 800 1000 1000 1200 1200 1200 1200

Width mm 250 250 250 250 250 250 300 300 400 400 400 600 600 600 800 800 800

NO

NO
PE

PE

PE

PE
H

C
1

2
1

2
1

2
POWER POWER
CAN CAN STARTING STARTING POWER POWER
CAN CAN STARTING STARTING
SUPPLY SUPPLY
CONNECTIONCONNECTION
CONTACT CONTACT SUPPLY SUPPLY
CONNECTIONCONNECTION
CONTACT CONTACT
POWER
PANEL X3

1 | NEGATIVE

20 | POSITIVE
1 | NEGATIVE

H | CAN H
20 | POSITIVE

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C
PE | GROUNDING
LINE CONNECTION
19 | NO

PE | GROUNDING
LINE CONNECTION

1 | NEGATIVE

20 | POSITIVE
1 | NEGATIVE

H | CAN H
20 | POSITIVE

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C
PE | GROUNDING
LINE CONNECTION
19 | NO

PE | GROUNDING
LINE CONNECTION
TERMINAL
800 A 1000-1250 A CONNECTION
Motorised 4-pole switch. CEC7 controller. Power failure detection. Motorised 4-pole switch. CEC7 controller. Power failure detection. DIAGRAMS
Emergency stop. Voltage measurement. Emergency stop. Voltage measurement.

GENSET
1 2 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 5 PE 6 PE 1 2 1 3 2 4 3 5 4 6 5 PE 6 PE

GENERIC GENSET
HIMOINSA

NO

NO
PE

PE

PE

PE
H

C
1

2
1

2
1

2
1600 A 2500-3150 A Connection to HIMOINSA AS5/M5 type Connection to generic panel, start and
Motorised 4-pole switch. CEC7 controller. Power failure detection. Motorised 4-pole switch. CEC7 controller. Power failure detection. panel with CEM7 control unit. Start and stop via voltage-free contact.
14 Emergency stop. Voltage measurement. Emergency stop. Voltage measurement. stop via CAN communication. 15
CONNEXION CONNEXION
CONTACT CONTACT CONNEXION CONNEXION
CONTACT CONTACT
ALIMENTATION
ALIMENTATION
CAN CAN DÉMARRAGEDÉMARRAGE ALIMENTATION
ALIMENTATION
CAN CAN DÉMARRAGEDÉMARRAGE
| NÉGATIF

| POSITIF
| NÉGATIF

H | CAN H
| POSITIF

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C

LA TERRE
19 | NO

LA TERRE

| NÉGATIF

| POSITIF
| NÉGATIF

H | CAN H
| POSITIF

L | CAN L
H | CAN H

18 | C
L | CAN L

19 | NO
18 | C

LA TERRE
19 | NO

LA TERRE
AC5
AMF CONTROL PANELS WITH ATS

AC5
AC5 control panels are only
compatible with HIMOINSA
gensets.

maximum distance: 6m
30-125 A 160-250 A 400-630 A
4-pole contactors. CEA7 controller. 4-pole contactors. CEA7 controller. Motorised switch. CEA7 controller.
Detection of mains failure and genset Detection of mains failure and genset Detection of mains failure and genset
control. Emergency stop. Current and control. Emergency stop. Current and control. Emergency stop. Current and
voltage measurement. voltage measurement. voltage measurement.

AC5 CONTROL PANELS


CONTACTORS SWITCHES

Amperage A 30 40 50 63 100 125 160 250 400 630 800 1000 1250 1600 2000 2500 3150

Weight kg 49 49 49 49 49 49 56 57 130 137 166 222 247 349 387 452 488

Height mm 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1200 1200 1750 1800 1800 1800 2000 2000 2000

Length mm 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 600 1000 1000 1200 1200 1200 1200

Width mm 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 600 600 600 800 800 800

800 A 1000-1250 A
Motorised 4-pole switch. CEA7 controller. Detection of mains Motorised 4-pole switch. CEA7 controller. Detection of mains
failure and genset control. Emergency stop. Current and voltage failure and genset control. Emergency stop. Current and voltage MULTI-PIN
measurement. measurement.
QUICK CONNECTOR

flexible connection, compact hose, resistant


to impacts and hydrocarbons. Transmits
information from the engine and the
1600 A 2500-3150 A alternator to the control unit. The length of
Motorised 4-pole switch. CEA7 controller. Detection of mains Motorised 4-pole switch. CEA7 controller. Detection of mains the standard hose supplied by HIMOINSA
failure and genset control. Emergency stop. Current and voltage failure and genset control. Emergency stop. Current and voltage is 6 metres and is optionally available up to connector 16/24 pins. Robust and secure device used in our ATS with AC5
16 measurement. measurement. 19 metres. configuration. 17
HIMOINSA OFFERS CONTROLLERS FOR DIESEL GENERATORS, AS WELL AS OTHER
CONTROLLERS ESPECIALLY FOR GAS GENERATOR SETS. THE MAIN PURPOSE OF THIS
DIFFERENTIATION IS TO GUARANTEE THE UTMOST SAFETY WHEN RUNNING YOUR EQUIPMENT.
DIESEL GAS
Gas control units incorporate gas train management, control all safety systems and include an

HIMOINSA alarm to signal insufficient fuel pressure. In addition, during start-up the control units also carry out
a safety check of the gas train, checking the tightness of the solenoid valve and indicating this by
ELECTRONIC means of a light signal.

CEM7 | CEM7G CEC7 CEA7 | CEA7G M7X M6 CEM7PG

Generator Automatic transfer Control of the Generator set or Generator Control and
set control. switch between grid generator set and motor pump control. set control. synchronisation
The CEM7 and CEM7G control units and genset. automatic transfer The M7X control unit supervises Control panel and protection of (gas-powered)
monitor the operation of the engine
The CEC7 control unit monitors the switch between the the running of the engine with a three-position key and an generator sets.
and the quality of the electrical signal
it generates. They have a 4-line graphic
quality of the grid signal and can order grid and the genset. and the quality of the electric
signal that is generated. It
auto-start function (possibility
of starting the engine manually The CEM7PG control unit has been
an external generator set to start up and
display with language selection to The CEA7 and CEA7G control units has a graphical display that designed for parallel applications to
to then handle its close-down once the or automatically by using free
show the status of the generator set. order the start-up of the generator set in makes it possible to display the enable load management between
grid supply has been reinstated. It is voltage contact).
They have a communication bus to the event that the grid signal is outside information through icons. It gas-powered generator sets.
possible to integrate the management
incorporate external devices that extend the programmed operational range allows you to connect electronic
of the genset by using the CEM7 (or
the functionality of the control unit. and they handle its close-down once engines to a J1939 bus
CEM7G) control unit which allows you
In addition, they allow you to connect the grid supply has been reinstated. (optional).
to view the status of the generator set
electronic engines to a J1939 bus They have a 4-line graphic display
(measurements, alarms, etc.) from the
(optional). with language selection to show the
controller’s interface. If you use any
status of the generator set. They have
other control unit model in the generator
a communication bus to incorporate
set, the generator set start-up is ordered
external devices that extend the
by free voltage contact. It has a 4-line
functionality of the control unit. In
graphic display with language selection
addition, they allow you to connect
to show the status of the generator set.
electronic engines to a J1939 bus
(optional).

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FEATURES
OF THE
CONTROL UNITS
M6 CEM7 CEC7 CEA7 CEM7 + CEC7 M7X CEM7G CEA7G

High frequency P • • • • • • •
Low frequency • • • • • • •
High voltage • • • • • • •
Low voltage • • • • • • •
• • • • • •

Alternator Protection Devices


M6 CEM7 CEC7 CEA7 CEM7 + CEC7 M7X CEM7G CEA7G Short-circuit

Voltage between phases • • • • • • •


Asymmetry among phases • • • • • •
Voltage between phase and neutral • • • • • • •
Incorrect phases sequence • • • • • •
Currents • • • • • • •
Reverse Power • • • • •
Frequency • • • • • • •
Power • • • • •
Apparent power (kVA) • • • • • • •
Overload • • • • • •
Genset readings

Winding temperature O O O O O
Active power (kW) • • • • • • • Unit signal failure • • • • • • •
Reactive power (kVAr) • • • • • • • Total hour counter • • • • • • •
THD • • • • • Partial hour counter • • • • • •
Power Factor • • • • • • • Kilowatt meter • • • • • •
Voltage between phases • • • • Valid start-up counter • • • • • • •
Voltage between phase and neutral • • • • Unsuccessful start-up counter • • • • • • •
Currents • • • • Maintenance • • • • • • •

Counters
Frequency • • • • Power (Genset) • • • • • •
Apparent power • • • • • • •
Mains Readings

Power (Mains)
Active power • • • Modbus TCP O O O O O O
Reactive power • • • Modbus RS485 O O O O O O
THD • • • • CCLAN Ethernet O O O O O O
Power Factor • • • Fleet Manager (C2CLOUD required) O O O O O O O
Coolant temperature • • • • • • C2CLOUD Modem GSM/3G O O O O O O
Oil pressure • • • • • •
Engine Readings

Remote screen O O O O O

Communications
Fuel level (%) • • • • Remote signal O O O O O
Battery voltage • • • • • • SNMP O O O O O O
R.P.M. • • • • • • J1939 O O O M7XJ O O
Battery charge alternator voltage • • • • • • PROFIBUS O O O O O O
High water temperature P • • • • • • Alarm history (10 standard / 100 optional) • • • • • • •
High water temperature by sensor • • • • • • External start-up • • • • • • • •
Low engine temperature by sensor • • • • • • Start-up inhibited • • • • • • •
Low oil pressure P • • • • • • Start-up due to mains failure • • • • • •
• • • • • •
(CEC7) (CEC7)
Low oil pressure by sensor
Low water level • • • • • •
Start-up by EJP regulations • • • • •
Unexpected stop • • • • • • •
Control of pre-heating of engine • • • • • • •
Fuel reserve A • • • •
Enabling the genset contactor • • • • • • • •
Fuel reserve by sensor • • • •
Mains and Genset breaker activation • • • •
Stop failure • • • • • •
Control of the transfer of fuel • • (CEM7)
• • •
• • • • • •
Control of the engine temperature • • • • • •
Engine Protection Devices

(CEM7)
Battery voltage failure
Battery charging alternator failure A • • • • • •
Forced genset operation • • (CEM7)
• • • • •
Overspeed P • • • • • •
Free programmable alarms • • (CEM7)
• • • • •
Under frequency • • • • • •
Genset start-up in test mode function • • • • • •
Start-up failure • • • • • • •
Genset in reserve • • • • • •
Emergency Stop • • • • • • • •
Smoke control start-up • • • • •
Start-up by load demand • • • • • •

Performance
Low input pressure • • Load shedding • • • • •
• Standard O Optional A Warning alarm without engine having stopped P Alarm with engine stopped Dummy load • • • • •
Multilingual • • • • SYMBOLS
• •
GPS location O O (CEM7) O O O O

Genset/Genset Synchronisation
CEC7: feature available by adding CEC7 to the installation Genset/Grid Synchronisation
Applications

Note: All the protections can be programmed to perform “Warning” or “Stop engine WITH or WITHOUT cooling”.
The AS5+CC2 configuration will have all the functionality of the CEM7 control unit plus the grid readings of the CEC7 control unit. RAM7 O O (CEM7) O O O O
Special

20 Repetitive panel O O (CEM7) O O O O


21
Timer O O (CEM7) O O O O
ELECTRONIC OPTIONALS

CE7 EXPANSIONS
EXPANSION MODULES VALID MODELS COMMUNICATION MODULES VALID MODELS

CE7 TELESIGNAL CAN RS485 KIT

• A plate with CAN communication and 12 relays. Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G CCRS485 converter, Db9 connector, remote control software. Available in all generator set models that incorporate any
• Relays: 4 switch contacts and 8 single contacts. or CEA7|CEA7G control unit. Through the MODBUS protocol, the CAN/RS485 device makes it possible to extract and control unit in the CE7 family.
• It allows you to enable remote signalling elements (sirens, pilots, additional equipment…) incorporate certain values and data from the generator set to a closed control system.
• It allows you to program the relays according to the different variables.
CAN/USB KIT
TIMER
CC/USB converter, USB cable, Db9 connector, remote control software, configuration Available in all generator set models that incorporate any
It tells the control unit the current date and time. It allows the weekly programming of: Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G software. Through the CAN/BUS connection we can control, monitor and schedule CE7 control control unit in the CE7 family.
• Scheduled start-ups or CEA7|CEA7G control unit. units.
• Scheduled locks The CAN/USB device allows the following:
• Scheduled engine and maintenance tests.
• Extension of errors history file by + 100 • Connection via • Integral handling of • Monitoring and • Communication at
• Energy counters (day, month, year) USB from the the configuration of total control using “0” cost.
control unit to a PC. the control unit. Software.
POWER SUPPLY

The supply comes with a support battery to maintain the supply of power to the two modules We recommend that it should be installed in ATS panels,
REMOTE CONTROL IN LOCAL AND REMOTE MODE
from when the supply from the grid is cut off until the generator set starts up. at distances between the genset and the ATS panel of at
least 30m. CAN LAN KIT

It supplies two of the modules of the panel.


CC/LAN converter, CC/LAN configuration software Available in all generator set models that incorporate any
1. The Power Module, PHR6 Switching Inputs and CE7 remote control software for PC, CE7 configuration software for PC. control unit in the CE7 family.
Outputs. The CCLAN converter allows the following: NOTE. In LOCAL mode: Communication at “0” cost
2. CEC7 Transfer Switch Controller. • Total control via the PC In REMOTE mode: Communication at the tariff you have
NOTE: It can optionally power a CEA7 Automatic Digital • Integral handling of the configuration of the control unit.
contracted for Internet access.
Transfer Switch Controller. • Remote monitoring, control and configuration.

REMOTE SCREEN
REMOTE CONTROL IN REMOTE MODE
The remote screen is a CEM7 display, which can be used as a second remote visual display Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G CAN PROFIBUS KIT
unit to manage the generator set, provided that the generator control unit is in automatic or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
mode. The PROFICAN converter makes it possible to communicate with control units using the Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G
Profibus protocol. It works as a slave in a Profibus network. or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
PT100 KIT
SNMP KIT
• A board that features CAN communications and analogue inputs Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G
Management and remote control using the SNMP network protocol Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G
• 4 PT100 temperature gauge inputs with display, alarm management and warning or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
Remote connection with the Genset Workbench application. or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
management.
• 4 configurable analogue inputs (0 to 10V, 4 at 20mA or resistive). MODBUS TCP KIT
• The 4 configurable analogue inputs can be managed as an increase of the alarms of the
Management, configuration and remote control using the MODBUS/TCP protocol. Makes it Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G
control unit by free voltage contact.
possible to extract and incorporate certain values and data from the generator set to a closed or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
CCIN8 control system.

Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G C2CLOUD. FLEET MANAGER
Expansion of 8 programmable digital inputs.
or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
Communications device. Configuration and monitoring of generator sets Available in all generator set models with a CEM7|CEM7G
remotely and in real time. or CEA7|CEA7G control unit.
V0 SECOND 0 The Second Zero suppression expansion is an electronic module designed to avoid the second zero that is TECHNICAL FEATURES:
SUPPRESSION MODULE produced in the switching when voltage is restored from the grid and the generator set disconnects. This module
• 8-36VDC power • Connectivity by • RS-485
will communicate by CAN with the switching measurement module and will receive information from it as to the
supply 3G and Ethernet • Accelerometer
synchronisation of the grid and the genset. It will have two analogue outputs to control the speed of the engine
• 4 digital inputs • GPS • DIN rail
(SPEED signal) and of the regulation of the voltage of the alternator (AvR signal). The module includes as an additional
• 3 1A digital • RTC clock • Management by
function, a series of digital and analogue inputs and digital outputs that are used to increase the inputs/outputs.
outputs • CAN SMS

PARALLEL Automatic parallel panel between generator sets Control and monitoring software Operating modes b. Emergency mode when the grid returns WITH over time or until the adjustment is modified.
and possibility of operating with public GRID. The control module that we employ undertakes 1. Locked mode | OFF. In this operating mode, synchronisation | ZERO RETURN. In this operating e. Genset in parallel with the grid Peak Shaving |
APPLICABLE TO ALL GENSETS Full control device, load synchronisation and all the necessary functions for the correct the controller is disconnected from the system; mode, the genset runs as a back-up in case a zero PEAK SHAVING. The plant is kept fed through the
WITH ELECTRONIC ENGINE distribution and protection and sectioning device. performance of the system; it can be configured it will be impossible for the genset to start up arises in the grid. In addition, this operating mode grid; the system permanently monitors that the
REGULATION using the keyboard on the front panel or a PC with automatically or manually. does NOT imply passing through zero in the grid imported energy does not exceed a set threshold.
Power circuit or main bars when the company starts operating Once this threshold and the confirmation time
software supplied by HIMOINSA SL (optional). It 2. Synchronisation test | TEST. In this operating
• Automatic 4-pole circuit breaker (one per includes the following functions: mode, the genset starts up until it reaches its rated again. have been exceeded, the system gives the order
generator) with suitable amperage, powered • Control, Protection and Display of engine voltage and frequency. It then syncs with the grid. c. Genset in parallel with load sharing grid | LOAD that the genset needs to start up, so that the
control, automatic closing/opening control for parameters 3. Manual mode | MAN. In this operating mode, SHARING. In this operating mode, the genset imported power remains under the adjustment
load supply and auxiliary contacts to provide • Control, Protection and Display of generator the controller uses the manual controls to start the and the grid work in parallel, the load is shared threshold.
information on the status of the the circuit breaker. parameters genset up. between the two.
• Luted with copper for a line connection from the • Control and Display of grid parameters 4. Genset on automatic | AUTO. d. Genset in parallel with the grid at fixed power
genset and an output line to consumers. • Synchronisation functions a. Emergency mode when the grid returns | BASE LOAD. In this operating mode, the genset
• Cables input underneath. • Other functions such as storage of alarms and WITHOUT synchronisation | EMERGENCY. In this will produce the base power of the installation; to
• Frontal connections. events, communication ports (optional), control of operating mode, the genset runs as a back-up in do so, the genset must be adjusted to produce a
the sequences of the electricity plant. case a zero arises in the grid. determined load and this shall remain invariable
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FLEET C2CLOUD
COMMUNICATIONS
GPS LOCATION.
The C2CLOUD kit uses GPS global positioning

MANAGER
and accelerometer technology that makes
it possible to locate the units and to detect

DEVICE any movements when the generator sets are


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switched off to raise the alarm in the event of a


possible robbery.

CONFIGURATION
AND MONITORING
OF GENERATOR
SETS REMOTELY
AND IN REAL TIME

Accessible Statistics CSV reports Scheduled Anti-theft Maintenance


1 information 2 3 4 refuelling 5 alerts 6 manager

24/7
ONGOING DATA PROCESSING DATABASE REPORT GENERATION The GenSet Manager The HG Manager application It enumerates the different
automatically estimates the generates an alert that units that have been added
Access the status of all your The data generated by the Information exportable to dates on which each genset machinery is being stolen to the management map
gensets at any time and generator sets are stored compatible formats (CSV). needs to be refuelled. and a fuel alert. The anti-theft and it helps you plan the
supervise their event history. in the server. Statistics are The system allows you to management function makes maintenance schedule for each
created that allow you to create an historical record of it possible to receive an genset.
understand how your units alarms, events, maintenance, alert SMS and to pinpoint its
are running. consumption..., for subsequent location by GPS positioning.
24 processing and analysis.
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