Xantrex Technology PROsine 2.0 manual

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    PROsine 2.0 Inverter/Char g er User’ s Manual[...]

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    PROsine 2.0 Inverter/Charger User’s Manual[...]

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    About Xantrex Xantrex T echnology Inc. is a w orld-leading supplier of adva nced power electronics a[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 iii About This Manual Purpose The purpose of this User ’ s Manual is to provide exp[...]

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    About T his Manu al iv 445-0089-01-01 Specifications: Appendix A contains sp ecifications and perfor[...]

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    About T h is Manual 445-0089-01-01 v Conventions Used The following conv entions are used in this gu[...]

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    vi[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 vii Important Safety Instructions 1. Before installing and using the PROsine 2.0 Inve[...]

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    Safety viii 445-0089-01-01 Explosive gas precautions 1. W orking in the vicinity of lead -ac id ba t[...]

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    Safety 445-0089-01-01 ix 9. If battery acid contacts skin or clothing, wash immediately with soap an[...]

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    x[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 xi Important Safety Instructions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    Contents xii 445-0089-01-01 Step 4: Connecting the AC Input Wires - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    Contents 445-0089-01-01 xiii 5 Operation Part 1: System Startup Check - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    Contents xiv 445-0089-01-01 Installing a Seri es Sys t em - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - [...]

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    445-0089-01-01 xv Figure 1-1 PROsine Materials as Shipped- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    xvi[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 xvii Table 1-1 PROsine Default Values - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -[...]

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    1 Intr oduction Chapter 1 introduces you to the PR Osine, explains the inverting, changing and power[...]

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    Introduction 1–2 445-0089-01-01 Y our PROsine Congratulations o n your purchase of the PROsine 2.0[...]

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    T he Heart of a Sophisticate d, Independent P ower System 445-0089-01-01 1–3 The Heart of a Sophis[...]

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    Introduction 1–4 445-0089-01-01 Remote Shutdown Naturally , when you are not using the PROsine, yo[...]

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    T he Heart of a Sophisticate d, Independent P ower System 445-0089-01-01 1–5 P ower System Managem[...]

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    Introduction 1–6 445-0089-01-01 Auto Restart A f ter Errors The PROsine protects itself against nu[...]

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    Materials List 445-0089-01-01 1–7 If any of these materials are missing or are unsatisfactory in a[...]

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    Introduction 1–8 445-0089-01-01 Figure 1-1 PROsine Materials as Shipped U s e r ’ s M a nu a l P[...]

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    Default Values for the PROsine System 445-0089-01-01 1–9 Default Values for the PROsine System T a[...]

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    Introduction 1–10 445-0089-01-01 Adjustable From the Configur e Battery Menu NOTE Settings below a[...]

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    2 Pr oduct Orientation Chapter 2 will familiarize you wi th the following components of a PROsine sy[...]

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    Product Orientation 2–2 445-0089-01-01 PROsine F eatures A C End Figure 2-1 AC End V iew (Blank P [...]

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    PROsine F e atures 445-0089-01-01 2–3 A C P a nel Options The PROsine has two AC panel options , e[...]

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    Product Orientation 2–4 445-0089-01-01 DC End Figure 2-3 DC End Fea t ur e De sc r ip t io n 1 Pos[...]

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    PROsine F e atures 445-0089-01-01 2–5 DC T erminal Covers T wo covers—red for positive and black[...]

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    Product Orientation 2–6 445-0089-01-01 Display P anel Featur es The display panel lets you monitor[...]

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    Display P anel Features 445-0089-01-01 2–7 DISPLA Y Mode Switch Switch P osition Description ON Pu[...]

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    Product Orientation 2–8 445-0089-01-01 INVER TER Switch This switch is active in all Di sp la y mo[...]

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    Display P anel Features 445-0089-01-01 2–9 CHARGER Switch This switch is active in all Di sp la y [...]

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    Product Orientation 2–10 445-0089-01-01 LCD Panel The LCD panel lets you mon itor the PROsine syst[...]

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    Display P anel Features 445-0089-01-01 2–11 Menu Navigation and Data Selection Buttons When the DI[...]

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    Product Orientation 2–12 445-0089-01-01 Battery T emperatur e Sensor The temperature sensor contin[...]

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    3 Installation Chapter 3 This section gives complete information for installing a PROsine system. Sp[...]

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    Installation 3–2 445-0089-01-01 Safety Instructions • Before you begin the i nstallation, review[...]

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    Safety Instructions 445-0089-01-01 3–3 Installation T ools and Materials Y ou will need the follow[...]

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    Installation 3–4 445-0089-01-01 Step 1: Designing the Installation All types of PROsine installati[...]

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    Step 1: Designing the Installation 445-0089-01-01 3–5 AC shorepower A source of 120 volt, 60Hz alt[...]

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    Installation 3–6 445-0089-01-01 AC Distribution Panels Most systems incorporate distribution cente[...]

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    Step 1: Designing the Installation 445-0089-01-01 3–7 DC Cabling This includes all the cables and [...]

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    Installation 3–8 445-0089-01-01 Installations in marine an d recreational vehicles may require GFC[...]

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    Step 2: Choosing a Location for the PROsine 445-0089-01-01 3–9 Step 2: Choosing a Location for the[...]

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    Installation 3–10 445-0089-01-01 Step 3: Mounting the PROsine T o mount the PROsine: 1. Remove the[...]

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    Step 4: Connecting the AC Input Wires 445-0089-01-01 3–11 Step 4: Connecting the A C Input Wir es [...]

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    Installation 3–12 445-0089-01-01 A C Input Connections Figure 3-4 is a cutaway top view of th e PR[...]

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    Step 5: Configuring the Ou tput Neutral Bonding System 445-0089-01-01 3–13 Step 5: Configuring the[...]

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    Installation 3–14 445-0089-01-01 The PROsine is shippe d with the screw in the position that enabl[...]

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    Step 6: Connecting the AC Output Wires 445-0089-01-01 3–15 Step 6: Connecting the A C Output W ire[...]

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    Installation 3–16 445-0089-01-01 Connections for Single Ha rdw i re Ou tp ut With GFC I Figure 3-6[...]

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    Step 7: Connecting the DC Cables 445-0089-01-01 3–17 Step 7: Connecting the DC Cables Follow the p[...]

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    Installation 3–18 445-0089-01-01 T o make the DC connections Refer to Figure 3-8. 1. Cut the cable[...]

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    Step 7: Connecting the DC Cables 445-0089-01-01 3–19 DC Grounding T o connect the DC grou nd: The [...]

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    Installation 3–20 445-0089-01-01 Step 8: Mounting the Display P anel The communic atio ns cab le s[...]

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    Step 9: Connecting the Battery T emperature Sensor 445-0089-01-01 3–21 Step 9: Connecting the Batt[...]

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    Installation 3–22 445-0089-01-01 1. Decide which battery is to be monitored. When all battery bank[...]

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    Step 9: Connecting the Battery T emperature Sensor 445-0089-01-01 3–23 Mounting to the Side of the[...]

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    Installation 3–24 445-0089-01-01 Step 10: Connecting the Remote Shutdown Some installations may re[...]

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    Step 10: Connecting the Remote Shutdown 445-0089-01-01 3–25 Next Steps At this point, you have ins[...]

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    Installation 3–26 445-0089-01-01[...]

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    4 Configur ation Chapter 4 explains how to configur e the PROsine to best meet your electrical syste[...]

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    Configuration 4–2 445-0089-01-01 P art 1: General Configur ation Information All changes to the op[...]

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    P art 1: General Configuration Information 445-0089-01-01 4–3 Changing Settings T o change system [...]

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    Configuration 4–4 445-0089-01-01 Resetting to Factory Defaults T o reset the PROsine to the factor[...]

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    P art 2: Configuration Menus and Screens 445-0089-01-01 4–5 T able 4-1 Menu Structure—Overview C[...]

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    Configuration 4–6 445-0089-01-01 P art 3: Configuration Options This section gives you informat io[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–7 Configure PROsine—Basic Menu Menu Choices or I[...]

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    Configuration 4–8 445-0089-01-01 Configure PROsine—Advanced Menu Menu Choices or Information Dis[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–9 Low AC T ransfer (V) This is the voltage below w[...]

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    Configuration 4–10 445-0089-01-01 Auto Restart A f ter Error If you select Ye s , the PROsine will[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–11 Configure Display P anel Menu Menu Choices or I[...]

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    Configuration 4–12 445-0089-01-01 Configure Battery Menu Menu Display (if different from Menu Item[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–13 Menu Choices or Information Displayed The Confi[...]

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    Configuration 4–14 445-0089-01-01 Bulk Charge Mode Settings • Max V oltage This is the maximum a[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–15 Equalize Mode Settings • Max V oltage This is[...]

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    Configuration 4–16 445-0089-01-01 Charger T ype Choose one of the three charger type s listed belo[...]

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    P art 3: Configuration Options 445-0089-01-01 4–17 Diagnostics Menu Menu Choices or Information Di[...]

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    Configuration 4–18 445-0089-01-01 V iew Last 10 Panel Faults The display panel records the last te[...]

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    5 Oper ation Chapter 5 begins with a system st artup check that you carry out after installation and[...]

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    Operation 5–2 445-0089-01-01 P art 1: System Startup Check T o test the charging and inve rting fu[...]

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    P art 2: Operating Considerations 445-0089-01-01 5–3 P art 2: Operating Considerations F an Operat[...]

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    Operation 5–4 445-0089-01-01 W ithout this hysteresis the PROsine might continually transfer betwe[...]

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    P art 3: Operation in Inverter Mode 445-0089-01-01 5–5 P art 3: Operation in Inverter Mode Once th[...]

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    Operation 5–6 445-0089-01-01 you have problems start ing certain loads, ensure that the battery co[...]

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    P art 4: Operation in Charger Mode 445-0089-01-01 5–7 P art 4: Operation in Charger Mode T o opera[...]

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    Operation 5–8 445-0089-01-01 Follow the battery manufacturer ’ s recomm endations for equalizing[...]

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    P art 4: Operation in Charger Mode 445-0089-01-01 5–9 5. During equalization, measure the S.G . Wh[...]

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    Operation 5–10 445-0089-01-01 P art 5: Display Mode Screens When the DISPLA Y switch is ON, you ca[...]

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    6 T r oubleshooting Chapter 6 describes how to troubleshoot the PROsine This section is divided the [...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–2 445-0089-01-01 General T r oubleshooting Guidelines This section will help yo[...]

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    General T roubleshooting Guide lines 445-0089-01-01 6–3 Shutdown / Restart W ithout Error Message [...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–4 445-0089-01-01 W arning Messages W arning messages appear on the display pane[...]

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    W arning Messages 445-0089-01-01 6–5 Inv Hi Bat V -W High battery voltage, invert mode. Check for [...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–6 445-0089-01-01 Error Messag es Error messages indicate that there has been a [...]

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    Error Messages 445-0089-01-01 6–7 Invert Hi Bat V Inverter battery voltage greater than 16V . Chec[...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–8 445-0089-01-01 Chg Bad AC Qlty In Charger or Bypass mode the PROsine is being[...]

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    Display P anel F aults 445-0089-01-01 6–9 Display P anel Faults A message is displayed for any fau[...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–10 445-0089-01-01 Unexplained F aults Sometimes the PROsine may not show a faul[...]

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    Inverter Applications 445-0089-01-01 6–11 Inverter Applications The PROsine performs dif feren tly[...]

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    T roubleshooting 6–12 445-0089-01-01 freewheel when power is removed (e.g. a grinder). This long t[...]

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    7 Series Oper ation Chapter 7 provides information a bout installing and operating two PROsines in s[...]

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    Series Operation 7–2 445-0089-01-01 Designing a Series System System Overview Series operation ref[...]

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    Designing a Series System 445-0089-01-01 7–3 Figure 7-1 T wo PROsine Series Operat ion System * Gr[...]

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    Series Operation 7–4 445-0089-01-01 AC I n p u t The AC input (shore power) supply to the system m[...]

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    Installing a Series Syst em 445-0089-01-01 7–5 Installing a Series System • Xantrex recommends t[...]

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    Series Operation 7–6 445-0089-01-01 Connecting A C Output Wiring T o connect each PROsine to the l[...]

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    Installing a Series Syst em 445-0089-01-01 7–7 The system can be run from a single battery bank or[...]

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    Series Operation 7–8 445-0089-01-01 • Single Bank : If yo ur system has a single bank , install [...]

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    Configuring a Series Syst em 445-0089-01-01 7–9 Configuring a Series System Configure each PROsine[...]

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    Series Operation 7–10 445-0089-01-01 Series System Startup T est T o test the system’s inverting[...]

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    Series System Operation 445-0089-01-01 7–11 Series System Operation Invert Mode The two PROsines w[...]

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    Series Operation 7–12 445-0089-01-01[...]

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    A Specifications Appendix A contains spec ifications and perfor mance graphs for the PROsine and the[...]

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    Specifications A–2 445-0089-01-01 Electrical Specifications: Invert Mode DC Inpu t Operatin g vo l[...]

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    Electrical Specifications: Charge Mode 445-0089-01-01 A–3 Electrical Specifications: Charg e Mode [...]

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    Specifications A–4 445-0089-01-01 Environmental Specifications System Regulatory Approvals Ambient[...]

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    Inverter Overload Operation 445-0089-01-01 A–5 Inverter Overload Operation This graph shows how lo[...]

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    Specifications A–6 445-0089-01-01 Invert P ower Derating vs . Ambient T emperatur e If the unit is[...]

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    PROsine Dimensions 445-0089-01-01 A–7 PROsine Dimensions Figure A-1 PROsine Dimensions (450mm (17.[...]

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    A–8[...]

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    B System Diagr ams Appendix B illustrates typical desi gns for PROsine custom-designed systems. • [...]

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    System Diagrams B–2 445-0089-01-01 Residential Backup System Figure B-1 illustrates a typi cal res[...]

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    Marine System 445-0089-01-01 B–3 Marine System Figure B-2 illustrates a typical marine system with[...]

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    B–4[...]

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    C Char ging Algorithms Appendix C provides information a bout the char ging algorithms for PROsine 2[...]

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    Charging Algorithms C–2 445-0089-01-01 Charge Algorithms T able C-1 summarizes the voltage and cur[...]

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    Battery T y pe—Charge Algorithm Guide 445-0089-01-01 C–3 Battery T ype—Charg e Algorithm Guide[...]

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    Charging Algorithms C–4 445-0089-01-01 Johnson Controls Fl ooded - Starting/Deep Cycle 12 3 Step K[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 WA–1 W arranty and Return Information Wa r r a n t y What does this warranty cover?[...]

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    W arranty and Return WA–2 445-0089-01-01 What does this warranty not cover? This Li mi ted W arran[...]

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    W arranty and Return 445-0089-01-01 WA–3 Return Material Authorization P olicy Before returning a [...]

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    W arranty and Return WA–4 445-0089-01-01 Information About Y our System As soon as you open your P[...]

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    445-0089-01-01 IX-1 A Abbreviations and Acronyms v ABYC compliance A–4 ABYC W arning label 1–8, [...]

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    Index IX–2 445-0089-01-01 general configuration information 4–2 how to change settings 4–3 min[...]

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    Index 445-0089-01-01 IX–3 frozen batteries 6–4 fuse sizes AC 3–5 DC 3–7 G gases, battery pre[...]

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    Index IX–4 445-0089-01-01 Menu Up button 2–11 menus Configure Battery 4–12 Configure Display P[...]

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    Index 445-0089-01-01 IX–5 running current 6–11 R V system, illu strat ed 3–4 S safety instruct[...]

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    Index IX–6 445-0089-01-01 warranty out of warranty service WA–3 terms and conditions WA–1 wire[...]

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