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ARABIAN POWER ELECTRONICS COMPANY (APEC)

User Manual Battery Charger

SM SERIES

ARABIAN POWER ELECTRONICS COMPANY (APEC) User Manual Battery Charger SM SERIES

Dear Customer,

W e

customers.

thank you for selecting our products and are pleased to count you amongst our

very valued

We trust that the use of the SM Series Battery Charger system, developed and manufactured to the highest standards of quality, will give you complete satisfaction.

Please read carefully the User Manual, which contains all the necessary information and describes all you need to know about the use of the SM Series Battery Charger.

Thank you for choosing APEC.

 

START UP AND COMMISSIONING

APEC Services field engineer must perform start-up and commissioning of the Battery Charger systems. Please

APEC Services field engineer must perform start-up and commissioning of the Battery Charger systems. Please contact APEC Services at least one months prior to schedule start-up and commissioning at 00966 38901261 or by e-mail at support@apec.sa.com

Manufacturer

Arabian Power Electronics Company P.O. Box, 3411 Al-Khobar 31952 - KSA. Tel : 00966 38901261 Fax: 00966 38650066

Distributor

your service contact

Warranty

The instruments are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year from the date of shipment. This warranty is subject to this instruments use with its electrical, electronics environmental & mechanical specification as explained in this user manual. Manufacturer agrees to repair or replace any assembly or component found to be defective, under normal use during this period.

Manufacturer obligation under this warranty is limited solely to repairing any such instrument which in Manufacturer's sole opinion proves to be defective within the scope of the warranty when returned to the factory or to an authorized service centre. Transportation to the factory or service centre is to be prepaid by the purchaser. Shipment should not be made without prior authorization by Manufacturer.The Warranty is covered only for labour and parts.

This warranty does not apply to any products repaired or altered by persons not authorized by Manufacturer, or not in accordance with instructions furnished by Manufacturer. If the instrument is defective as a result of misuse, improper repair, or abnormal conditions or operations, repairs will be billed at cost.

Manufacturer assumes no responsibility for its product being used in a hazardous or dangerous manner either alone or in conjunction with other equipment. High voltage used in some instruments may be dangerous if misused. Special disclaimers apply to these instruments. Manufacturer assumes no liability for secondary charges or consequential damages and in any event, Manufacturer's liability for breach of warranty under any contract or otherwise, shall not exceed the purchase price of the specific instrument shipped and against which a claim is made.

Any recommendations made by Manufacturer for use of its products are based upon tests believed to be reliable, but Manufacturer makes no warranty of the results to be obtained. This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, and no representative or person is authorized to represent or assume for Manufacturer any liability in connection with the sale of our products other than set forth herein.

SAFETY INSTRUCTION

WARNING

HAZARDOUS VOLTAGES IN EXCESS OF 230VRMS, 400V PEAK MAY BE PRESENT WHEN COVERS ARE REMOVED. QUALIFIED PERSONNEL MUST USE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT. CIRCUIT BOARDS, TEST POINTS AND OUTPUT VOLTAGES MAY ALSO BE FLOATING ABOVE (BELOW) CHASSIS GROUND.

QUALIFIED PERSONNEL who are aware of properly dealing with attendant hazards must perform installation and servicing. This includes such simple tasks as fuse verification and channel reconfiguration.

Ensure that the AC power line ground is properly connected to the Model SM2000 input connector. Similarly, other power ground lines including those to application and maintenance equipment MUST be properly grounded for both personnel and equipment safety.

Always ensure that AC input power is de-energized prior to connecting or disconnecting the power cable. Similarly, the Model SM2000 Line input switch must be switched OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting LOADS.

In normal operation, the operator does not have access to hazardous voltages within the chassis. However, depending on the application configuration, HIGH VOLTAGES HAZARDOUS TO HUMAN SAFETY may be normally available on the output terminals if it is connected to a load. The User must ensure that the Source Output lines be properly labeled as to the SAFETY HAZARDS and any that inadvertent contact with hazardous voltages is eliminated.

Guard against risks of electrical shock during open cover checks by NOT TOUCHING any portion of the electrical circuits. Even when power is OFF, capacitors are well known to retain an electrical charge. Please allow sufficient time for discharge of storage elements before opening the cover. Use SAFETY GLASSES during open cover checks to avoid personal injury by any sudden component failure.

Always replace the fuse with the appropriate rating only.

UM SM XXXX

DEC 2013

USER'S MANUAL

BATTERY CHARGER

MODEL – SM XXXX

CONTENTS

      CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 :
      CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 :
      CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 :
      CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 :
      CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 :
   
 

CHAPTER 1 :

GENERAL INFORMATION

 
    CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION  
    CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION  
    CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION  
    CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION  
    CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL INFORMATION         CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION  
   
 

CHAPTER 2 :

INSTALLATION

 
      CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION         CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
      CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION         CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
      CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION         CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
      CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION         CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
      CHAPTER 2 : INSTALLATION         CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
   
 

CHAPTER 3 :

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

        CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS     CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE  
        CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS     CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE  
        CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS     CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE  
        CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS     CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE  
        CHAPTER 3 : OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS     CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE  
   
CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE

CHAPTER 4 :

CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE
CHAPTER 4 : MAINTENANCE
 
 

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General

Information

INTRODUCTION

SM SERIES battery charger is the version of standard SM -1000 modules. These are combination of SM 1000 modules connected in parallel. This gives the user the option of 1 TO 6 KW power in single module with all functions with the single operating mode.

Standard SM1000, Switch mode Power supply/ Battery Charger is available as a compact 19" Rack type module that can be operated in parallel with series diode at the output for redundant operation.

These modules are easy to install and operate.

Various options for

mounting are available in addition to standard Euro Rack plug in system.

Those will be supplied against specific request.

Features

19" Rack construction

Wide input range

Equal current sharing parallel operation possible

Abnormal condition alarm

Output Boost facility

7 Segment display for voltage and current measurement

Single turn potentiometer for output voltage

Built in protections for output over voltage and over temperature

with indications on individual modules.

SPECIFICATIONS

OUTPUT

SM1000

SM2000

SM3000

SM4000

SM5000

SM6000

VOLTAGE

RANGE

24V/40A

24V/80A

24V/120A

24V/160A

24V/200A

24V/240A

23-28 VDC

36V/30A

36V/60A

36V/60A

36V/120A

36V/150A

36V/180A

34-42 VDC

48V/20A

48V/40A

48V/60A

48V/80A

48V/100A

48V/120A

46-56 VDC

60V/16A

60V/32A

60V/48A

60V/64A

60V/80A

60V/96A

58-70 VDC

110V/9A

110V/18A

110V/27A

110V/36A

110V/45A

110V/54A

100-130

VDC

125V/7.9A

125V/15.8A

125V/24.7A

125V/31.6A

125V/39.5A

125V/47.4A

124-135

VDC

220V/4.5A

220V/9A

220V/13.5A

220V/18A

220V/22.5A

220V/27A

200-260

VDC

1000W

2000W

3000W

4000W

5000W

6000W

 

Regulation

Better than +/- 2%, + one diode drop.

Ripple

<1% p-p of nominal output Voltage.

Recovery time

1ms typical.

Parallel Operation

One or more units can be used in parallel for higher power capacity.

Alarms

Output

falls

below

85%

of

nominal

voltage

alarm

by

potential-free

changeover

contact-

loadable

with

220V/1A/40W

 

Boost Charging

5% Higher than nominal output typical. (Resistor in sense line)

INPUT

Voltage

a) 185-264 VAC, 45 - 65 Hz. b) 320-457 VAC,45-65 Hz

NOTE:

3 phase distribution will be provided only with the SM3000, SM4000, SM5000 &

SM6000

.

Current

Each SM1000 model take 9 Amps Typical at 220 VAC.

Inrush current

Limited

by

NTC

7

ohm

in

individual

modules

Power factor

0.75 Typical Capacitive.

Hold up time

20ms typical / 230V

Crest factor

2.5

RFI

EN55022-“A”

PROTECTIONS

Over Voltage & Over Temp Electronic Turn OFF for Output over- voltage and over-temperature; reset through panel push button switch on individual modules.

Indications

Main Panel

LED Green = Float. LED Red = Boost 7 Segment DPM for output voltage & current measurement.

SM1000 Module

Controls

Main Panel

SM1000 Module

LED Green = ON LED Red = Output over voltage LED Red = Output over temperature

Input ON / OFF circuit breaker. Output Voltage set potentiometer. Float / Boost switch. Potentiometer = Output Voltage Set Potentiometer = Output over voltage Set Push button switch = over voltage, over temperature reset

NOTE: DON'T ALTER THE SETTING OF INDIVIDUAL SM1000 MODULES, AS THIS WILL EFFECT THE PARALLEL OPERATION.

GENERAL DATA

Operating temperature

0 Deg. C to +60 Deg. C.

Derating

2.5% / Deg. C above +40 Deg. C.

Storage temperature

-20 Deg. C to +70 Deg. C.

Humidity

90% without condensation.

Cooling

Fan cooled with air exhaust at the rear.

Ground Isolation

Against Input 2500VDC Against Output 1400VDC

NOTE: Before HV test disconnect 'Y' Caps from the Earth. (Factory test under controlled conditions.)

Connector

DIN rail mounted terminals for input as well as output and alarm.

 

SM1000 Module

:- 212mm(W)

x 128.5mm(H) x

327mm(D)

6Kg

Dimensions

SM1000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 4U (177mm) x

(450mm)

17Kg

& Weight

SM2000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 4U (177mm) x

(450mm)

23Kg

SM3000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 7U (310mm) x

(450mm)

34Kg

SM4000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 7U (310mm) x

(450mm)

40Kg

SM5000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 10U (444mm) x (450mm)

52Kg

SM6000

:- 19’’(482.6mm) x 10U (444mm) x (450mm)

58Kg

C H A P T E R

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C H A P T E R 2 Installation
C H A P T E R 2 Installation
C H A P T E R 2 Installation

Installation

Unpacking

Unit is packed in a cardboard box, which may be reused for storage of the Unit. Unpack the box carefully and check for damaged parts inside the box or external damages to the unit during transport. Inform carriers if damages are found and also insurance agency.

Pre inspection

Remove top cover using rear panel screws and look for damages inside the Unit and make sure there are no loose parts or screws in the unit before proceeding further.

Location

The power supply/charger should have sufficient air inflow from the front side and sufficient space at least 30 Cm free on the rear side for air exit.

Mounting options

Power supply/charger module is 4 -unit high 19" standard rack 450 mm deep. It is fitted with the nylon legs at the bottom.

Electrical Wiring

The unit is wired with DIN rail mounted connector at the rear, which are screw type terminal. Input/ output and alarm can be directly wired through these connectors.

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C H A P T E R 3 Operating Instructions
C H A P T E R 3 Operating Instructions
C H A P T E R 3 Operating Instructions

Operating

Instructions

Front Panel indications and Control

Main Control Panel:

a)

'Circuit Breaker' for turning ON/OFF the input line supply.

 

b)

'Toggle Switch' for toggling the charger in Float/Boost mode.

c)

'Potentiometer' for single control of the output voltage.

 

d)

'LED's' Green for float and red for boost indication.

e)

'Display'

two

3

digit

display

for

output

voltage

and

current

indication.

Individual Charger Module:

a) 'ON' Green LED indicates output dc presence.

b) 'OVER VOLT' Red LED indicates output voltage beyond limit set by over VOLT potentiometer. The power output reduces to zero.

c) 'OVER TEMP' Red LED indicates excessive temperature of heat sinks inside. The output shuts off in this condition.

d) ‘ON, OFF / RESET' This switch turns ON the control supply to the unit for initial turn on of the unit. Also it resets the alarm conditions. Is pressed Unit will try to restart. If the alarm condition persists unit will trip again.

e) 'SET OUTPUT' The output voltage can be set by this multi-turn potentiometer on the front panel, for increasing rotate in clockwise direction and for reducing in anti-clockwise direction.

f) 'SET OVER VOLT' The over voltage trip setting can be altered by this multi-turn potentiometer on the panel. For increasing rotate in clockwise direction. It is set to 145 Volts by default.

Rear Panel Connectors

Input connectors (3 way Din rail mounted power terminal for input and 2 way Din rail mounted control terminals for abnormal condition alarm) are located on the rear panel. The right-hand side connectors are for input and left hand side connectors near to output bus bar are for alarm connections. Outputs are provided on bus bar terminals / Din Rail mounted power terminal located on the left hand side of the rear panel.

Functional Description of Connectors

Input Connectors: 3 Way DIN rail mounted connector is provided at the RHS of the rear clearly marked as 'L', 'N', 'E' for live, neutral and earth connections resp. of the input line.

Output Connectors: 2 Way Din rail mounted power terminal is provided at the LHS of the rear clearly marked for the polarity as '+' and '-' for output positive and negative connections resp.

For high current application bus bars are used instead of Din rail power terminal.

3 Way DIN rail mounted connector is provided at the RHS of the rear clearly marked as 'P' , 'NO’ & ‘NC’ for the extension of the abnormal condition alarm relay contacts at the rear.

Turn On procedure

Connect 220 VAC source to the unit through rated fuse and

switch. Monitor the output on the terminals provided. Turn on the power. Output voltage will be developed to the nominal voltage 1% and is displayed on the voltmeter provided, currentmeter will display the zero current. Also ‘ON’ green led on all individual SM1000 modules will turn on. Check the operation of the boost mode by toggling the Float/ Boost switch. Load the unit to its maximum rated current & check the operation of current limit after exceeding the rated current. The alarm relay will change the contact if the output falls below 85% after entering in the current limit.

If the above points are as expected the unit is ready for operation.

V SET FLOAT BOOST   V   SMPS-125V/7.9A POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON
V SET FLOAT BOOST   V   SMPS-125V/7.9A POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON
V SET
V SET

FLOAT

BOOST

V SET FLOAT BOOST  
 
V

V

 

SMPS-125V/7.9A

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A

ON

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET

OUTPUT

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET

OVER VOLT.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET

OVER TEMP.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET

RESET

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET

A

LINE OFF ON OFF
LINE
OFF
ON
OFF
ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET A LINE OFF ON OFF 1KW

1KW POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER SM1000

ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET A LINE OFF ON OFF 1KW
ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET A LINE OFF ON OFF 1KW
ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOLT. OVER TEMP. RESET A LINE OFF ON OFF 1KW

Front Panel Details of 1KW Power Supply / Charger SM1000

Fig.

3 . 1

V SET FLOAT BOOST   V   SMPS-125V/23.8A POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON
V SET FLOAT BOOST   V   SMPS-125V/23.8A POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON
V SET FLOAT BOOST   V   SMPS-125V/23.8A POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON
V SET
V SET

FLOAT

BOOST

V SET FLOAT BOOST  
 
V

V

 

SMPS-125V/23.8A

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A

ON

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OUTPUT

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER TEMP.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

RESET

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A

ON

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OUTPUT

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER TEMP.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

RESET

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

A

LINE OFF ON OFF
LINE
OFF
ON
OFF
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A

ON

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OUTPUT

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER VOL T.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

OVER TEMP.

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.

RESET

POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER 125V /7.9A ON OUTPUT OVER VOL T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP.
POWER I O   R Y B  
POWER I O   R Y B  

POWER

POWER I O   R Y B  

I

O

 
 
R

R

Y

Y

B

B

 
 

3KW POWER SUPPLY / CHARGER SM3000

T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP. RESET POWER I O   R Y B   3KW
T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP. RESET POWER I O   R Y B   3KW
T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP. RESET POWER I O   R Y B   3KW
T. OVER VOL T. OVER TEMP. RESET POWER I O   R Y B   3KW

Front Panel Details of 3KW Power Supply / Charger SM3000

Fig.

3 . 1

ALARM R Y B N E NO P NC Rear Panel Details of 3KW Power
ALARM
R
Y B
N
E NO P NC
Rear Panel Details of 3KW Power Supply / Charger SM3000
Fig.
3 . 2
ALARM L N E NO P NC Rear Panel Details of 1KW Power Supply /
ALARM
L N
E NO P NC
Rear Panel Details of 1KW Power Supply / Charger SM1000
Fig.
3 . 2

C H A P T E R

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C H A P T E R 4 Maintenance
C H A P T E R 4 Maintenance
C H A P T E R 4 Maintenance

Maintenance

Introduction

This chapter contains the problems that may occur in the field in the event of long use. The procedure to test the unit is explained under the proper section.

The individual is advised to use the correct procedure provided for the purpose of operating the particular sequence to set proper voltages and current.

This unit has few boards and interconnections and the reliability is very high and has very little scope for complaints. We have, however, given the rare possible failures, which the user himself can set by following the remedies given under particular complaint.

Read the manual completely in order to understand your unit better.

Preventive Maintenance

Please follow the following preventive steps to ensure the proper operation of your instrument.

* Allow enough natural cooling (ventilation) around the unit.

* Avoid keeping tools, equipment etc. on the top cover.

*Keep the working area neat and clean always.

* Do not exceed the input/output limits at any time.

Complaints and Service Information

Some of the common problems that may occur and the remedy to put back the instrument in a working condition as fast as possible are given below:

When the unit is not turning ON.

Check the power connections. Please make sure that the power cord connecting to the unit is properly connected. Please also check the main switch. Check for any abnormal condition LED. For further help call the service personnel.

When the OV Trip LED on any of the module turns On and output turns OFF Make the settings of the over voltage potentiometer of that module to the maximum. Try to reset it through the reset switch provided on the front panel. For further help call the service personnel.

When the OT Trip LED on any of the module turns On and output turns OFF

Check the loads at the output. Check for the abnormal increase in the temperature inside the module. Allow unit to cool down and try to reset through the reset switch provided on the front panel. For further help call the service personnel.

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