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A nova geração de Solar-Log e o seu arranque

  1. 1. Solare Datensysteme GmbH Installation Training www.solar-log.com 1 von 97
  2. 2. Solar-Log™ Installation Training Agenda Introduction Solar-Log™ 300, 1200 and 2000 Introduction Solar-Log™ WEB Network basics and integration of Solar-Log™ into a network Preparation of installation and inverter detection Configuration of the Solar-Log™ Powermanagement (Feed-in Management) www.solar-log.com 2 von 97
  3. 3. Location 72351 Geislingen-Binsdorf ©2013 Google · GeoBasis-DE/BKG (©2009) www.solar-log.com 3 von 97
  4. 4. Company Introduction Solare Datensysteme GmbH Founded 2007 by Thomas Preuhs and Jörg Karwath Headquarter: D–72351 Geislingen-Binsdorf Employees in SDS: 80 (Jan 2014) Employees in Company Group: 220 (Jan 2014) Managing Directors and Partners: Thomas Preuhs - Finance, Operations Jörg Karwath - Technical Development Guy Thouin - Marketing & Sales Sold Solar-Log™ devices: > 217.000 SL units (912,000 inverters, approx. 6,4 GWp) www.solar-log.com 4 von 97
  5. 5. Basics PV Monitoring Inverter Monitoring Visualization Feed-in Management MPP Tracker Monitoring Smart-Home www.solar-log.com 5 von 97
  6. 6. Supported Inverter Brands www.solar-log.com 6 von 97
  7. 7. Solar-Log 300 Designed for residential plants <15 kWp Basic Equipment  LCD-Status-Display  1x RS485/422  2x S0-In, 1x S0-Out  1x USB Port Functions  Easy Installation  Monitoring via Solar-Log™ WEB  Smart-Home  Feed-in Management Optional Equipment  WiFi  Bluetooth  GPRS  PM+  Meter www.solar-log.com 7 von 97
  8. 8. Solar-Log 300 Interfaces www.solar-log.com 8 von 97
  9. 9. Solar-Log 1200 Designed for plants <100 kWp Basic Equipment  TFT-Touch-Screen 4,3“  LCD-Status-Display  1x RS485  1x RS485/422  2x S0-In, 1xS0-Out  1x Relay  1x USB Port Functions  Easy Installation  Monitoring via Solar-Log™ WEB  Smart-Home  Feed-in Management  Mixed operation of different inverter brands possible Optional Equipment  WiFi  Bluetooth  GPRS  PM+  Meter www.solar-log.com 9 von 97
  10. 10. Solar-Log 1200 Interfaces www.solar-log.com 10 von 97
  11. 11. Solar-Log 2000 Designed for plants <2 MWp, max. 100 inverters Basic Equipment  TFT-Touch-Screen 4,3“  LCD-Status-Display  1x RS485  2x RS485/422 (1x with GPRS version)  2x S0-In, 1x S0-Out  1x Relay  1x Alarm  1x CAN  1x USB Port Functions  Monitoring via Solar-Log™ WEB  Local monitoring  Mixed operation of different inverter brands possible  SCB / SMB connection possibe  Preconfigured Powermanagement packages (at present, only available in Germany) Optional Equipment  GPRS  PM+ www.solar-log.com 11 von 97
  12. 12. Solar-Log 2000 Interfaces www.solar-log.com 12 von 97
  13. 13. Solar-Log™ Meter PV Monitoring and Self-Consumption: measurement in and with one device! Additional interface for the connection of up to 6 current transformers (CT) Target group:  Plants for self-consumption without ripple control receiver (no PM+ model required) Basic types:  Solar-Log™ 300 (up to 15kWp) Solar-Log™ 1200 (up to 100kWp) Interfaces:  6 CT can be connected  1, 2 oder 3 phases in different combinations Current transformers by SDS:  Closed types CT 16 A primary current max.16A CT 100 A-c primary current max.100A  Open types CT 100 A-o primary current max.100A Secondary current for all CTs: max. 200mA CT 16 A CT 100 A-c CT 100 A-o Secondary current also to apply for converters of other manufacturers. www.solar-log.com 13 von 97
  14. 14. Solar-Log™ Meter Operating Mode  Current transformers measure AC potential-free.  Current transformers have a defined ratio between primary and secondary current. Solar-Log™ to calculate the power as follows:  Secundary current Isec is measured with the meter interface of the Solar-Log™  Voltage U is either configured in the Solar-Log™ or the measured values of the inverters are being used. Isec Calculation of the power P by the Solar-Log™:  (Isec x ratio) x U = P Quelle: Wikipedia User Biezl Iprimary www.solar-log.com 14 von 97
  15. 15. Solar-Log™ Meter Cabling Installation of total consumption Installation of appliance, single phase Wiring symbol for current transformer (CT) www.solar-log.com 15 von 97 Installation of appliance, three phases
  16. 16. Smart-Home Operating Mode Consumption Meter Σ Solar-Log™ Control Logic Configurable pre-programmed control logics available Smart-Plug  Inverter www.solar-log.com 16 von 97 up to ten switches can be configured Appliance
  17. 17. Solar-Log™ Operation Via local Web Server www.solar-log.com 17 von 97
  18. 18. Solar-Log™ Visualization (Day) Classic 2nd Edition www.solar-log.com  18 von 97 Local user interface
  19. 19. Solar-Log™ Visualization (Month) Classic 2nd Edition www.solar-log.com  19 von 97 Local user interface
  20. 20. Solar-Log™ Visualization (Year) Classic 2nd Edition www.solar-log.com  20 von 97 Local user interface
  21. 21. Solar-Log™ Operation Via Touch-Display (only Solar-Log™ 1200 and 2000) www.solar-log.com 21 von 97
  22. 22. Solar-Log™ WEB Solar-Log™ WEB „Classic 2nd Edition“  Yield visualization  Inverter event protocol  Publicly visible or password protected  Access via home.solarlog-web.eu  Plant sizes <30 kWp* free of charge for web service + Basic features for (private) plant owners/end customers + Easy and fast registration process *to differ in some countries (free up to 20 or 50 kWp , Italy, Spain, Portugal, Israel) www.solar-log.com 22 von 97
  23. 23. Solar-Log™ WEB Solar-Log™ WEB „Commercial Edition“ • Central plant administration • Remote configuration • Clearly arranged overview • Plant logbook for operation and maintenance • Individual layout (CI) possible • User-defined access rights • Yield and error reports • Costs according to plant size (first 30 days free of charge) + Professional „Full Service“ monitoring, ideal tool for O&M approach + Time and cost saving www.demo.solarlog-web.com (user: demo; password: demo) www.solar-log.com 23 von 97
  24. 24. Installation Training Network basics www.solar-log.com 24 von 97
  25. 25. Network Setup Starting point: (WiFi) Router Tasks:  To establish an internet connection Internet  To administrate connected devices WiFi Router TM (PC, notebook, mobile phones, Solar-Log ) Solar-Log™ WEB www.solar-log.com 25 von 97 PC or laptop APP Solar-Log™ Smart-Plug
  26. 26. To establish a connection (Router - Solar-Log™) Connection Solar-Log™ - Router • Directly via network cable • Network sockets Internet Router Printer www.solar-log.com 26 von 97 PC or laptop Solar-Log™ Smart-Plug
  27. 27. To establish a connection (Router - Solar-Log™) PowerLAN TM Solar-Log in a network:  Connection via PowerLAN (dLAN®, Powerline)  Existing power lines are used for data transfer  To cross limitations created by house or flat Solar-Log™ Router Attention! Please use wall sockets! www.solar-log.com 27 von 97
  28. 28. To establish a connection (Router - Solar-Log™) Cable  Default: DHCP  IP address, subnet mask and Gateway can be set up manually, if requested  DNS can be defined optionally Solar-Log™ www.solar-log.com Router Internet 28 von 97
  29. 29. To establish a connection (Router - Solar-Log™) Solar-Log™ WiFi and WiFi Router Steps: 1. Activate WiFi with Solar-Log™ 2. Search for networks / WPS 3. Encryption / Password 4. Check Status Solar-Log™ WiFi www.solar-log.com optional WiFi Repeater WiFi Router Internet 29 von 97
  30. 30. To establish a connection (Router - Solar-Log™) Direct connection via cross-over cable Solar-Log™ be connected directly via cross-over cable to a PC or a laptop Solar-Log™ WiFi www.solar-log.com PC or laptop 30 von 97
  31. 31. Successful connection Access the internal web server via internet browser 4 possibilities:  Solar-Log™ URL: http://solar-log  Solar-Log™ URL, if more than one Solar-Log™ in the network: http://solar-log-wxyz  IP address in DHCP range: 169.254.wx.yz  IP address defined at start up: type in defined IP address wxyz : last four digits of the serial number of the Solar-Log™. www.solar-log.com 31 von 97
  32. 32. Successful connection Access the internal web server via internet browser Solar-Log™ menu can be handled like a regular website Welcome page of Solar-Log™  Start configuration www.solar-log.com 32 von 97
  33. 33. Connection established Displaying the internal web server of the Solar-Log™ The menu is divided into four areas:  Main navigation (A)  Left navigation (B)  Tabs (C)  Configuration area(D) The configuration site „Ethernet“ can be found via the following path: Configuration | Network | Ethernet www.solar-log.com 33 von 97
  34. 34. Installation Training Installation www.solar-log.com 34 von 97
  35. 35. Preparation of installation Inverter interfaces In general: all inverters have to be provided with one of the following interfaces compatible with Solar-Log™  RS 485  RS 422  Ethernet  CAN SMA: different interfaces for different inverter series  RS485 – PiggyBack from SMA or Solare Datensysteme  SMA RS485 Data Module DM-485-CB  Quick Module  Speed Wire Module  RS 485 Data Module Type B Fronius:  ComCard has to be retrofitted  Fronius inverters can only be used with RS 485/422 B interface  Not compatible with „Fronius Power Control Card“ www.solar-log.com 35 von 97
  36. 36. Cabling Advices  Please use high quality cables: LIYCY >=0,14mm2 or CAT 5/7 SSTP  Please consider manufacturers‘ requirements concerning UV stability and installation  For long distances, please use cables with a bigger diameter  Please use cable end sleeves for flexible wires  Please twist pairs and shielding  Please wire/cable from left to right  Please wire/cable from bright to dark colors Wrong cabling = problem #1!  Please work very accurately.  Please do not try to save material. www.solar-log.com 36 von 97
  37. 37. Solar-Log™ RS485 Wireless Package  To replace the RS485 cabling by radio signals  Completely configured for specific inverter brands  Flexible use  Complete cable set including connecting cable for the inverter RS485 RS485 Solar-Log™ www.solar-log.com 37 von 97
  38. 38. Solar-Log™ RS485 Wireless Package Installation TM  Complete cabling of inverters to Solar-Log  Detection of inverters without Wireless Package (with Solar-Log  Connection cable set Wireless Package and inverter connection cable (socket plug)  No new detection of inverters required TM directly) Configuration | Devices| Definition | Interfaces Attention: Please do not cut the original cable! www.solar-log.com 38 von 97
  39. 39. Sensor Technology RS 485 Irradiation Sensor Sensor Box Commercial Sensor Basic Reference measurement of solar irradiation Measurement of module temperature integrated in device Optional  Wind sensor  Ambient temperature sensor  Up to 9 Sensor boxes can be connected in RS485 bus Not compatible with  inverters using RS422  SMA Tripower inverter series Only one Sensor basic can be used  www.solar-log.com  For residential plants 39 von 97
  40. 40. Recording Self-Consumption Via consumption meter (S0 or RS485) or Solar-Log™ Meter and current transformers (CT) PV plant Bi-directional Meter Grid NS-Netz Consumption meter or current transformer CT Solar-Log™ Appliance Purchased electricity Self-consumption Data line www.solar-log.com 40 von 97
  41. 41. Installation Summary Steps  Registration with Solar-Log™ WEB services (portals)  Preparation of the inverters (e. g. to combine the interface, to define device address)  Correct cabling Solar-Log TM and inverter(s) Recommendation: please use pre-configured connecting cables of Solar-Log™ TM device – start detection  Select inverter brand in Solar-Log  Wait for the completion of the detection (please do not interrupt!)  Inverter configuration (MPP tracker power, module fields, names) www.solar-log.com 41 von 97
  42. 42. Installation Training Configuration www.solar-log.com 42 von 97
  43. 43. Easy Installation Step 1 Inverter detection (all relevant inverter manufacturers). Specific to country, e.g. Germany: SMA / PowerOne / Kaco / SolarMax / Fronius Inverters Step 2 Establishing an internet connection. Solar-Log™ to send basic configuration to the pool server. Step 3 When providing the Easy Installation Code, the Solar-Log™ „moves“ to the selected server (SL WEB Commercial or Classic 2nd Edition). Configuration can be performed via WEB then. WEB Commercial oder Classic 2nd Server Easy Installation Server www.solar-log.com (WiFi) Router 43 von 97
  44. 44. Easy Installation Easy Installation Server  Take over of the Solar-Log™ from Easy Installation Server to SL WEB Server triggered by providing the Easy Installation Code  Final and complete configuration of Solar-Log™ via web interface  After final configuration, the Solar-Log™ to receive the final login data for the portal server and to send yield data SL WEB Server Commercial or Classic 2nd Edition www.solar-log.com 44 von 97
  45. 45. Configuration Configuration | Network | Ethernet Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Network settings: - Ethernet - WiFi specific to Solar-Log™ version - GPRS - Proxy (activation via Display advanced configuration at Configuration | System | Access control) www.solar-log.com 45 von 97
  46. 46. Configuration Configuration | Network | WiFi Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System www.solar-log.com 46 von 97
  47. 47. Configuration Configuration | Network | GPRS Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System www.solar-log.com 47 von 97
  48. 48. Konfiguration Configuration | Internet | Access type Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Access type  Please select type of internet access www.solar-log.com 48 von 97
  49. 49. Configuration Configuration | Internet | Portal Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Settings for SL WEB Commercial Edition     Activate data transfer Define Portal Server Select Transfer interval Save settings Data transfer to portal server via HTTP www.solar-log.com 49 von 97
  50. 50. Configuration Configuration | Internet | Portal Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Settings for SL WEB Classic 2nd Edition  Activate data transfer  Define Portal Server  Select Transfer interval  Save settings When selecting Classic 2nd Edition, local monitoring is activated automatically. Email access data has to be provided for notifications. Data transfer to portal server via HTTP. www.solar-log.com 50 von 97
  51. 51. Configuration Configuration | Internet | Local Monitoring Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Local Monitoring Activation via switch - Configuration email data for SL WEB Classic 2nd Edition - Emails, data export and backup to third-party server - Extended data transfer export via FTP to „third“ external server – only one time per day (evening time) – (more than 1 data transfer per day possible with FTP licence code) www.solar-log.com 51 von 97
  52. 52. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Definition |Interfaces Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Configuration … Devices-Definition-Interfaces  The connected devices at each interface are configured in this menu  Interfaces connected to Solar-Log™ Wireless Package have to be activated  Page specific to Solar-Log™ version www.solar-log.com 52 von 97
  53. 53. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Definition | Meter Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Only for Solar-Log™ Meter! Configuration … Definition of current transformers (CT) Operating mode: Definition: Select Solar-Log™ CT or type in ratio = primary current/secundary current Reference voltage: measure voltage or use the voltage values provided by the inverters www.solar-log.com 53 von 97
  54. 54. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Definition | Smart-Home Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Configuration … Definiton of switch for Smart-Home functions  Select switch slot (max. 10)  Switch type:  Activate switch  Define Interface/Adress and Subadress  Save settings Status and test: Switch ON/OFF manually, switch status (0 or 1) and, if necessary, measured values (W, V and °C) www.solar-log.com 54 von 97
  55. 55. Hardware - Smart-Home SmartPlugs Allnet All 3075 V2, metering, 16A, Ethernet Art.No. 255429 Allnet All 3073 WLAN, no metering, 8 A, WiFi and Ethernet Art.No. 255616 Gude 1100 / 1101 metering, optionally temperature sensor, switch on wall plug Gude 1102 / 1103 no metering, optionally temperature sensor, switch on wall plug Relay Smart-Home Relay Box (ADAM 4068) Art.No. 255656 8 Relays, switchable range from 30V/1A to 230V/250mA , own RS485 interface required (no inverters in the same bus, please!) More compatible relays Gude Expert PowerControl 1002: 4 relays, 230V, switch at device – top hat rail mounting Gude Expert NetControl 2301: 4 relays, 230V, 1 sensor interface, switch at device – top hat rail mounting www.solar-log.com 55 von 97
  56. 56. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Detection Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Configuration … Device-Detection Start detection after definition Inverters have to feed into the grid Meters have to be connected CTs will get automatically assigned to the meter www.solar-log.com 56 von 97
  57. 57. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Configuration Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Configuration … List of all detected devices Inverters  Maximum AC power  PAC correction factor  MPP tracker data  Module field  Generator power  Description Meter  Operating mode  Maximum AC power  Description www.solar-log.com 58 von 97
  58. 58. Excursion Module Fields Module fields are defined by equal solar panel types, same module pitch and same module direction: All modules of same type and same pitch and direction –> same module field Different pitch and direction and/or different module types –> different module fields Inv1 – MPP1  Module field 1 Roof ridge   Inv1 – MPP 2  Module field 1 Inv1 – MPP3  Module field 2 www.solar-log.com 59 von 97
  59. 59. Configuration Configuration | Devices| Order Network Internet Devices Definition Detection Configuration … Devices-Configuration-Order  Order of inverters can be changed by Drag&Drop Inverter address or serial number Inverter description Internal number www.solar-log.com 60 von 97
  60. 60. Configuration Configuration | Plant| Plant Groups Network Internet Devices Plant … Plant Groups      Activate function Define description Klicking on symbol opens a drop-down menu Select inverters of this group Save settings www.solar-log.com 61 von 97
  61. 61. Configuration Configuration | Plant Menu items:  Plant groups  Graphic Graphic scaling options  Forecast Monthly shares  Time of sunrise and sunset Yearly target [kW/kWp]  Compensation for electricity fed into the grid – several options: Compensation for electricity fed into the grid Compensation for electricity fed into the grid & remuneration for self-consumption Compensation for electricity fed into the grid + self-consumption Self-consumption  Costs (Electricity price) [€/kWh] www.solar-log.com 62 von 97
  62. 62. Configuration Configuration | Plant | Tariff Calculation of break even point Different types of remuneration:  Feed-in tariff  Feed-in & self-consumption  Feed-in tariff + self-consumption  Self-consumption www.solar-log.com 63 von 97
  63. 63. Configuration Configuration | Notifications| Addressee Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications … Notifications - Address  Defining the email address  Second address separated by semicolon (;)  Further information by clicking on question mark www.solar-log.com 64 von 97
  64. 64. Configuration Configuration | Notifications | Device Notifications Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications … Device Notifications  Device notifications specific for the inverters  Default settings do normally not require adjustments www.solar-log.com 65 von 97
  65. 65. Configuration Configuration | Notifications| Yield Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications …  Three different types of notifications Yield (short) Yield overview (all inverters) Yield overview (all inverters & groups)  Yield notifications via email or SMS  Defining the days and times of the reports www.solar-log.com 66 von 97
  66. 66. Configuration Configuration | Notifications| Power & Failure Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications …  Configuration of the monitoring parameters  Clicking „SAVE ALL…“ will result in accepting the parameters for all devices  Clicking „SAVE MULTIPLE…“will result in accepting the parameters for all connected devices  Duration of interval = 5 min www.solar-log.com 67 von 97
  67. 67. Configuration Configuration | Notifications| Power & Failure Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications …  Solar-Log™ to send emails if PM Powermanagement is activated in order to monitor this function. Configuration | Notifications| Alarm Only applicable for Solar-Log 2000  The following actions can be triggered by the alarm contact: email, SMS, relay, speaker. www.solar-log.com 68 von 97
  68. 68. Configuration Configuration | Special functions | Smart-Home Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Smart-Home Feed-In Management … Smart-Home - Control Logic: Configurable pre-programmed control logics do control the configured switches (Configuration | Devices| Definition | Smart-Home) www.solar-log.com 69 von 97
  69. 69. Configuration Configuration | Special functions | Smart-Home Solar-Log™ calculating the surplus Production: • Based on information sent by the inverter Consumption: • Based on information sent by the connected consumption meter Solar-Log™ always calculates average values within 5 minutes. Changes and switchings only take into effect every within 5 minutes. Please consider this when testing profiles! Surplus: • One profile: production – consumption = surplus • Several profiles: production – sum (typical nominal power of the activated profiles) = surplus www.solar-log.com 71 von 97
  70. 70. Configuration Configuration | Special functions | Smart-Home Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Smart-Home Feed-In Management …   Configuration of the Feed-in Management The parameters are described in the next section of our training www.solar-log.com 74 von 97
  71. 71. Configuration Configuration | Data | Initial Yield Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System  Inital yield can be uploaded as CSV file  Data format: DD.MM.JJ;Energy [Wh] 01.04.13;136435 02.04.13;138219  File can be created using MS EXCEL, Open Office Calc or any other text editor  Existing data will be overwritten www.solar-log.com 75 von 97
  72. 72. Configuration Configuration | Data| Data Correction Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System  Add or correct daily values  Values of a month or year must be defined for one specific day www.solar-log.com 76 von 97
  73. 73. Configuration Configuration | Data | System Backup and Configuration | Backup| Reset Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System  System and data backups can be done separately  Options: Restore from hard disk Save settings to hard disk Save settings to USB Restore settings from USB www.solar-log.com Backup will be saved daily if USB stick is connected! 77 von 97
  74. 74. Configuration Configuration | Data | Reset Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System      Reset to factory settings Reset yield data Yield data can be deleted; Solar-Log™ does not need to get configured again Reset inverter configuration (recommended before redetection, yield data reseted) Factory settings No change of firmware version Solar-Log 1200 and 2000 will keep their network settings Solar-Log 300 will activate DHCP then www.solar-log.com 78 von 97
  75. 75. Configuration Configuration | System | Access Control Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System    Display Access control protection with PIN code Browser access control parts of the Solar-Log™'s browser menu can be restricted with a password Advanced configuration enabled: Configuration | Network | Proxy Configuration | Network | Large External Display Configuration | Network | Forecast Configuration | Special functions | Direct sales www.solar-log.com 79 von 97
  76. 76. Configuration Configuration | System | … Network Internet Devices Plant Notifications Special functions Data System Other Functions:  Language / Country / Time settings  Display intensity setup, Slide Show  Licence administration  Firmware administration www.solar-log.com 80 von 97
  77. 77. Installation Training Feed-in Management www.solar-log.com 81 von 97
  78. 78. Agenda Solutions from Solare Datensysteme GmbH • Powermanagement: autonomous and remote controlled functions • Active Power solutions • Remote Control • Reactive Power solutions • Examples from Germany www.solar-log.com 82 von 97
  79. 79. Preparation of installation Solar-Log™ to provide different functions for active and reactive power requirements: Autonomous Remote • Power reduction to a specific percentage • Optional: calculation of self-consumption • Remote controlled Active Power • Optional: calculation of selfconsumption • Fixed shift factor and fixed Reactive Power Active Power • Remote controlled Reactive Power Reactive Power • Reactive Power based on characteristic curve P/Pn www.solar-log.com • Voltage dependent Reactive Power Q(U)83 von 97
  80. 80. Active Power Power reduction to a specific percentage •To limit the inverter‘s power to the set percentage (X%) of the module‘s output •To control Active and Reactive Power of the inverters through Solar-Log™ www.solar-log.com 84 von 97
  81. 81. Active Power Reduction to a specific percentage with the calculation of self-consumption • Innovative solution to minimize losses from the fixed regulation (e. g. 70% or x%) • Only if feed-in power (production - self-consumption) exceeds the maximum  inverters are regulated accordingly • Using Solar-Log™ Smart-Home functions to optimize self-consumption www.solar-log.com 85 von 97
  82. 82. Active Power - Example Benefit of reduction to 70% with the calculation of self-consumption 70% with self-consumption 70% fix www.solar-log.com 86 von 97
  83. 83. Remote Control – Option 1 Solar-Log PM+ - the additional interface for potential-free contacts • Can be controlled from the grid operator‘s control centre • Up to two ripple control receivers can be connected • For Active and Reactive Power commands • Configuration matrix for individual settings • Up to 16 different levels (4 Bit) www.solar-log.com 87 von 97
  84. 84. Remote Control - Option 1 Via Ripple Control Receiver • One-way communication (only relay commands) • Can handle Active and Reactive Power commands • Optional: calculation of self-consumption (consumption meter required) Ripple Control Receiver www.solar-log.com 88 von 97
  85. 85. Remote Control – Option 2 Solar-Log PM+ Packages • Control and response with combination of analog and digital signals • PM+ profile for pre-configured settings (depending on requirements of utility company) • Simple installation • Universal solution for many inverter manufacturers www.solar-log.com 89 von 97
  86. 86. Remote Control and Response Signals Via Remote Control Technology • Bi-directional communication (commands and responses) • Control and response with analog (0/4-20mA) and digital signals (relays) • Control of the inverter via Solar-Log 1000 PM+ and 2000 PM+ www.solar-log.com 90 von 97 Remote Control Technology
  87. 87. Remote Control – Option 3 Solar-Log Modbus TCP PM Interface • Direct connection with Remote Control Technology via Modbus TCP • Without analog and digital signals • Modbus TCP PM Interface License needed www.solar-log.com 91 von 97
  88. 88. Reactive Power Control Solar-Log Modbus TCP PM Interface Fixed shift factor Fixed reactive power in Var www.solar-log.com 92 von 97
  89. 89. Reactive Power Control Characteristic Curve P/Pn Switching between different Reactive Power functions via digital signals possible www.solar-log.com 93 von 97
  90. 90. Power Grid Management Utility Meter Application range • Controlling Reactive Power – characteristic curve Q(U) • • • Measuring the voltage at the feed-in connection Possibility to measure in medium or low voltage grids Universal (Utility) Meter for response of actual production values over PM+Package • PAC, cosφ , U, I, Q Utility Meter www.solar-log.com 94 von 97
  91. 91. Reactive Power Control Characteristic Curve Q(U) Utility Meter www.solar-log.com 95 von 97
  92. 92. Solar-Log™ Master-Slave Network For large-scale PV plants max. 9 Slaves www.solar-log.com 96 von 97
  93. 93. Thank you for your attention! www.solar-log.com 97 von 97
  94. 94. Installation Training Appendix www.solar-log.com 98 von 97
  95. 95. Inverter Interfaces SMA www.solar-log.com 99 von 97
  96. 96. Inverter Wiring SMA mixed cabling - PiggyBack original and PiggyBack by SDS SMA SDS SDS SDS SMA SDS www.solar-log.com SDS SDS 100 von 97
  97. 97. Measurement Self-consumption Electric plan and installation notes Relevant points for the configuration of Solar-Log™  Meter (S0 or RS485) has to record total consumption  Configuration password-protected  Define Feed-in Management type -> customer can not manipulate Solar-Log™  At Configuration | Devices| Configuration define maximum AC power and generator power accordingly *  Detected meter to be configured as consumption meter Configuration | Devices| Configuration | Meter configuration als Verbrauchszähler konfigurieren * This meter is not required for this function www.solar-log.com 101 von 97

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