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- Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Lithium-ion storage battery system.
- Before installing the product, please read this manual carefully and follow all safety precautions at all times.
- After the installation, keep this manual and the User's Manual for future reference.
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persons with the appropriate skills are allowed to perform the tasks described in this manual.
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explain how to use and perform day to day operation of the product to the customer.
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Installation Manual
Lithium-ion Storage Battery System
Table of Contents
Safety Precautions
Installation
1
Typical
System Configuration
2
Product Description ......................................12
3
Confirming Product Number
4
Mounting of System and Battery.................. 20
5
Electrical Connection of System and Battery .. 29
6
Mounting of Network Adaptor ...................... 40
7
Electrical Connection of Network Adaptor ... 43
Setup
1
Control Panel ............................................... 50
2
List of Commands in Work Setting Mode ... 52
3
Setting Procedures ...................................... 54
4
Checking Energization ................................. 55
5
Setting Date/Time ........................................ 57
6
Setting Parameters for Installer ................... 60
7
Setting Parameters for Grid Operator .......... 68
8
Test Run ...................................................... 93
9
Checking the Network Adaptor Connections .. 97
10 Complete Settings ....................................... 99
Model No. LJ-SK56A
Lithium-ion Battery
Model No. LJ-SBK01
Network Adaptor
Model No. LJ-NA02
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  • Page 1 Checking the Network Adaptor Connections .. 97 10 Complete Settings ........99 - Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Lithium-ion storage battery system. - Before installing the product, please read this manual carefully and follow all safety precautions at all times.
  • Page 2 Safety Precautions All instructions should be read and understood before attempting to install, wire, operate, and maintain. The installation requires a great degree of skill and should only be performed by licensed professionals, including, without limitation, licensed contractors and licensed electricians. We shall not be in any way liable for any accident or malfunction resulting from failure to observe these precautions.
  • Page 3 Safety Precautions Do not use or leave the Battery near fires, stoves or heated places. Doing so may cause a short-circuit inside the Battery, resulting in excessive heat, smoke generation, explosion or Do not use a Battery that has been dropped. This may result in excessive heat, smoke generation, explosion or Do not put your hands, tools or foreign materials into the Battery.
  • Page 4 Safety Precautions ■ Do not disassemble the product other than by the methods described in this manual or modify the product. Doing so may result in fire, electric shock, short-circuit or failure. ■ Do not install the product in locations where there is high humidity, exposure to steam, vapour or cold air, or large amounts of greasy fumes or dust, fire or exhaust gas from vehicles.
  • Page 5 Safety Precautions ■ Make sure to work in a natural posture when lifting the Battery during installation. Back injury may otherwise result. ■ Use adequately insulated tools. Failing to do so may result in electric shock. ■ Electrical wires should be connected properly with the correct polarity/phase. Mandatory Failing to do so may result in smoke generation, or failure.
  • Page 6 Installation...
  • Page 7 1. Typical System 1-1. Power and Communication Line In this manual, "Lithium-ion Storage Battery System" is described as "storage battery system". This is a storage battery system designed for residential use. The product is connected using 1-phase 2-wire or 1-phase 2-wire from 3-phase 4-wire. The connection design should be carried out based on this manual and the regulations.
  • Page 8: System Configuration

    System Configuration Installation of Single System ◎ Switch board Main Point of switch Supply TN or TT system Protection Protection device for device for Storage Home Network Load battery Adaptor system Turn off these protection devices in an emergency. Network Adaptor Storage battery...
  • Page 9 Installation of Multiple System ◎ This is an example diagram for 3-phase 4-wire system Refer to "Protection device" and "wiring" in the previous page. Distribution board Main Point of Main switch Supply switch TN or TT system Protection Protection device for device for Home Protection...
  • Page 10 Internal Configuration of Storage Battery System ■ DC Protector Lithium-ion storage battery system DC200V 2P 30A Lithium-ion battery Internal Fan STAND - ALONE breaker Battery RCBO AC230V power 1P+N C16 Battery 30mA Type-AC POWER power PCS unit Protector Turn off DC Protector and POWER STAND - ALONE breaker in an emergency.
  • Page 11 1-2. Internet Line Configuration The Network Adaptor connects to the Internet using 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX. Develop a configuration by combining it with a network hub and other network devices as required. Indoor * Must be purchased separately Network Modem/ Adaptor Router External Internet...
  • Page 12: Product Description

    When opening the package, check that all accessory parts are included in the correct quantities and store them so that they do not get lost prior to installation. 2-1. Lithium-ion Storage Battery System [LJ-SK56A] A slimline storage battery system which achieves financial benefits through GRID integration which takes advantage of PV power generation and time-of-use rates.
  • Page 13 Ventilation holes 4 - Φ26 (Knockout Holes) 102.50 <Inside of the Product> DC protector PCS unit Battery area Battery area 4 - Φ26 Base cover screw (Knockout Hole) (Security torx T30)
  • Page 14 Checking the Network Adaptor Connections .. 97 10 Complete Settings ........99 - Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Lithium-ion storage battery system. - Before installing the product, please read this manual carefully and follow all safety precautions at all times.
  • Page 15 2-2. Lithium-ion Battery [LJ-SBK01] A compact and exchangeable Lithium-ion battery designed for easy maintenance. Charging and discharging capabilities can be achieved by mounting this battery into the system described in section 2-1. Exterior Dimensions and Part Names ■ For bracket fixing 4-M3 ACCESS LED STATUS LED...
  • Page 16 2-3. Network Adaptor [LJ-NA02] It is the Network Adaptor which integrated with the server, to control charging and discharging. * Network Adaptor is not installed on some systems depending on contractual coverage. Exterior Dimensions and Part Names ■ <Inside of the Product> (50) (50) Front lid...
  • Page 17: Confirming Product Number

    3. Confirming Product Number The serial number will be required for connecting to the server, maintenance, etc. Check the serial number and write it in this manual, and keep this manual. Check that the battery lot number match for two units. 3-1.
  • Page 18 • Lithium-ion Battery <On Product Unit> Example 1 5 3 2 0 0 1 0 D Q 0 A A Serial Number <On Packaging> Example 1 5 3 2 0 0 1 0 D Q 0 A A Serial Number •...
  • Page 19 Serial Number and Lot Number ● Model Name Model No. Serial No. Lot No. Lithium-ion Storage Battery System LJ-SK56A Lithium-ion Battery LJ-SBK01 Network Adaptor LJ-NA02 * The Network Adaptor may not be installed on some systems depending on contractual coverage. "...
  • Page 20: Mounting Of System And Battery

    4. Mounting of System and Battery 4-1. Location The Lithium-ion storage battery system is a non-portable product suitable only for outdoor installation. Determine the installation location in accordance with the conditions outlined in this manual. The Battery is only designed for installation inside the system enclosure.
  • Page 21 Locations where Lithium-ion Storage Battery System cannot be Installed ■ x Locations where it will receive or be subject to the impact of continuous direct sunlight. x Locations that exceed the operating temperature range. x Locations where the sunlight hits directly in the north or west side of the buildings without roof (eaves). * See "■...
  • Page 22 Clearance Space for the Installation Location ■ The mounting location must have the clearance space described below for installing, maintenance and heat radiation. When wiring to the main body left side, not only the values below, the mounting location have enough space for wiring. 200 mm 50 mm 200 mm...
  • Page 23 4-2. Mounting of Lithium-ion Storage Battery System Since the Lithium-ion storage battery system is a heavyweight product, the mounting work must be performed with and working space. sufficient workers Do not modify or disassemble. Do not allow water to enter the inside of the main body. Please pay special attention while it is raining or snowing. Do not perform work when the scaffolding and/or your hands are wet.
  • Page 24 <Parts Details> Main body x 1 Front lid x 1 Base x 1 Base cover x 1 Body fixing screw Front lid screw ×6 (M10 x 20 Hexagon bolt) Base cover screws (M5 x 15 Security torx T30) Spring washer x 6 sets Flat washer Securing the Base...
  • Page 25 Securing the Main Body ③ 1) Attaching the main body to the base 2) Secure the main body to the base. Place the main body onto the base with at least two Secure it using six body fixing screws. people. [Tightening torque 23 - 26 N•m] Main body Body fixing screw...
  • Page 26 2) Mount the front lid to the main body. Hook the upper part of the front lid on the main body, and secure it using the four front lid screws. [Tightening torque 2 - 2.5 N•m] Roof Main body Front lid Hook at the top of the lid Front lid...
  • Page 27: Battery Installation

    4-3. Mounting of Lithium-ion Battery Since the Lithium-ion battery is a heavyweight device, furthermore since it is a rechargeable device, be extremely careful in handling it, and safely install it. Do not modify or disassemble. Do not allow water to enter the inside of the main body. Please pay special attention while it is raining or snowing. Do not perform work when the scaffolding and/or your hands are wet.
  • Page 28 2) Mounting the battery on the main body Insert the battery into the main body from the front, align the battery fixing bracket holes with the stud bolts on the main body and slide the battery horizontally. Then secure each battery using the four battery fixing nuts (M5) included with the product. Following the same procedure, mount the other battery module on the upper level and the other module on the lower level.
  • Page 29: Electrical Connection Of System And Battery

    5. Electrical Connection of System and Battery 5-1. Electrical Connection of Battery The Lithium-ion storage battery system is a rechargeable product and is therefore classified as an electrical instrument. Be extremely careful and wire it safely. Do not allow water to enter the inside of the main body. Please pay special attention while it is raining or snowing. Do not perform work when the scaffolding and/or your hands are wet.
  • Page 30 2) Battery wiring Connect the harness for the battery COM-IN connector and battery COM-OUT connector which is blocked into the battery in the system, then remove the connector cover, and connect the battery power connector. Connect them to all two batteries. (SB1 does not have "COM-OUT") * Match the battery number with the harness block number.
  • Page 31 5-2. Electrical Connection of System The Lithium-ion storage battery system is classified as an electrical instrument. Please wire it safely following the applicable laws and regulations. Do not allow water to enter the inside of the main body. Please pay special attention while it is raining or snowing. Do not perform work when the scaffolding and/or your hands are wet.
  • Page 32 Checking the Cable Retracting and Terminal Positions After checking the cable retracting and terminal positions in advance, punch the knock-out of the necessary point in the base. If necessary, please connect the piping. VIEW-A STAND-ALONE Breaker * RCBO ( 1P+N C16 30mA ) COM Terminal CT Terminal STAND - ALONE Terminal SYS Terminal...
  • Page 33 Processing the Knockout of the Base ■ Please remove the knockout only where necessary to retract cable. 1) Pressing a tool to knock out by tapping the tool with a hammer, punching a knockout. Knockout Screw Driver Hammer 2) Remove the metal pieces that occurred when punching a knockout. And remove the burr of the edge of the knockout, paint the rust.
  • Page 34 Preparation ■ Be sure to turn OFF the protection device for the Lithium-ion storage battery system, the Stand-alone breaker and DC protector. Be sure there is no voltage at all of the terminals. Retracting the Cable ■ Check the outer diameter of the cables and feed it through the cable glands.
  • Page 35 (4) Loosen the cap nut and insert (5) Tighten the cap nut with proper tightening the wire from the bottom of the torque. enclosure. [Tightening torque] ・CT/COM/DRM/SYS Cable gland 2.0-3.0N・m Then retract the cable for wiring ・GRID-INTERACTIV/STAND-ALONE through the cap nut. Cable gland 3.5-4.5N・m Cable Cap nut...
  • Page 36 Connecting the GRID - INTERACTIVE/STAND-ALONE Terminal ■ Check the terminal position, retract the cable, through the specified cable glands, connected to the terminal. 1) Terminal layout and polarities Make sure that the wires and polarities are correct. Do not connect the GRID wire with STAND-ALONE terminal This symbol indicates a wiring terminal intended for connection of a PROTECTIVE EARTHING...
  • Page 37 Operations after Connection ■ 1) Secure the cable to the fixing hardware with an insulating lock. If any excess lengths of the cables are getting in the way, open the cable gland seal nuts on the base side and adjust them. Then retighten the seal nuts with the appropriate torque. 2) Completely remove foreign objects such as scrap wires.
  • Page 38 Connecting the CT for Reverse Current ■ 1) CT configuration and polarities The CT should be wired such that the polarity of the CT terminal and the CT output lines are the same. Use the included one-touch CT connector for connecting the CT output line and the cable. 26.6 ◎...
  • Page 39 5) Attaching the CT for reverse current on the distribution board side Connect the CT for reverse current to the phase line on the system side of the distribution board to which the storage battery system is connected. Be sure to attach the CT in the correct orientation. (1) Match the orientation of the CT with the illustration below.
  • Page 40: Mounting Of Network Adaptor

    6. Mounting of Network Adaptor 6-1. Location The Network Adaptor is a wall-mounted product for indoor use. Determine the installation location in accordance with the conditions outlined in this manual. Do not install it in places where there is a lot of humidity such as outdoors or in bathrooms. The work must be performed by qualified personnel.
  • Page 41 Clearance Space for the Installation Location ■ The mounting location must have the clearance space described below for installation and maintenance. * If one side only has a minimal clearance space, make sure to allocate more space on the other side. 10 mm or longer 50 mm 50 mm...
  • Page 42 6-2. Mounting The Network Adaptor may be installed indoors in high and narrow areas. Be extremely careful in installing it, and turn OFF the protection device for the Lithium-ion storage battery system, the Stand-alone breaker and DC protector. Be sure there is no voltage at all of the terminals. Do not modify or disassemble.
  • Page 43: Electrical Connection Of Network Adaptor

    7. Electrical Connection of Network Adaptor 7-1. Electrical Connections The Network Adaptor is as an electrical instrument. Please wire it safely following the applicable laws and regulations. Always wear insulating gloves and insulated shoes while doing wiring. Protection device for the Network Adaptor must be set to OFF. Check that there is no voltage at all of the terminals.
  • Page 44 Checking the Cable Retracting and Terminal Positions ■ When retracting the cable, remove the terminal cover of the power supply unit because the POWER line terminal is located inside the terminal cover. The communication terminal for connecting with the storage battery system, and the modular jack for connecting with the router are located on the communication unit.
  • Page 45 Connecting the GRID Terminal ■ 1) Terminal layout and polarities This symbol indicates GRID a wiring terminal Make sure that the wires and polarities are correct. intended for connection of a PROTECTIVE EARTHING CONDUCTOR. 2) Cable types and sizes PVC PVC Circular Cable 2C+E 1.5 mm * Please use copper wire cables.
  • Page 46 Connecting the COM Terminal ■ 1) Terminal layout and polarities NC NC Make sure that the wires and polarities are correct. 2) Cable types and sizes PVC Flexible Cable 2C 0.75 mm * Please use copper wire cables. * See 1-1. Power and Communication Line for the cable details.
  • Page 47 Network Connection ■ 1) RJ-45 modular jack layout and connection Insert the LAN cable into the modular jack as shown on the below and check that the cable is connected securely. Communication unit Power supply unit RJ-45 modular jack LAN cable CAT5e Connect the LAN cable when setting up the Network Adaptor.
  • Page 48 2) Cable types CAT5e (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX) 3) Mounting the terminal cover Hook the terminal cover at the bottom of the power supply unit and secure it with screws from the front. [Tightening torque 1.2 N•m] Terminal cover 4) Completely remove foreign objects such as scrap wires. * Attach the lid if there is some length of time before the test run after the wiring has been completed.
  • Page 49 Setup...
  • Page 50 1. Control Panel Control Panel Indicators Character Display Operation Buttons 1-1. Indicators Number Name State Description Blinking red Error ALARM Blinking green Date/Time or Charging/Discharging Schedule /Destination not set No error Lit orange Power failure GRID Blinking green Waiting for power restoration Lit green Grid in the normal state Lit green...
  • Page 51 1-3.Character Display Name Description Grid operations while operating Grid operations while stopped Stand-alone operations while operating Stand-alone operations while stopped Remaining battery level Operation mode DRED mode Remote control Date/Time • If the date/time is not set • Year (e.g. 2016) •...
  • Page 52: List Of Commands In Work Setting Mode

    2. List of Commands in Work Setting Mode Test Run Normal State Parameter Setting Test Run Selection Normal State Password Input (8-2) (6-3) Reverse Current Stand-alone CT Test Operation Test * Make sure that the 3 sec system is not in 3 sec operation before changing the setting.
  • Page 53: Table Of Contents

    * This only mentions basic operations. Check each chapter for details. Parameter Item Selection Network Adaptor Communications Setting (6-5) (6-4) Display Mode Setting Mode Network Adaptor Connection Setting Communications Setting Connection Status Pass Communications ID ID Setting Pass *** Remaining Battery Level Setting (6-6) Display Mode Setting Mode Remaining...
  • Page 54: Network Adaptor

    3. Setting Procedures 3-1. Setting Procedures The following settings and test runs are required in order to start up this system normally; The actual operation cannot be performed until all the settings have been configured. Turn off the DC protector the protection device for the storage battery system, and the protection device for Network Adaptor.
  • Page 55: Checking Energization

    4. Checking Energization 4-1. Checking Energization After finishing the wiring, check that the battery system side wiring and the GRID connection were normally completed in accordance with installation instructions and local regulations. Check that the wiring work has been completed in accordance with Chapter "Installation". The device may fail if the power is turned on with it incorrectly wired.
  • Page 56 4-3. Checking DC/AC Voltage Energization Operation Procedure ■ Status Selection Normal State Stopped (Grid-connected) Status 1 3 sec Stopped (Stand-alone) Status 2 1 sec Status 3 : OK(Normal state) : NG (Error state) 1st digit : Network Adaptor Communication status 2nd digit : AC Voltage Status 3rd digit : DC Voltage Status •...
  • Page 57: Setting Date/Time

    5. Setting Date/Time 5-1. Date/Time The date/time needs to be set for this system to operate normally. The Programmed charge/discharge time mode cannot work correctly if the date/time is not set correctly. If the ALARM LED is blinking in green, the date/time has not yet been set. Set the date/time. The date/time setting is required when not connecting to the Network Adaptor.
  • Page 58 • Press "CLOCK (▼)" for three seconds in the normal state to switch to the date/time setting mode. The year digit is selected (i.e. blinks) initially. Press "CLOCK (▼)" or "DATA (▲)" to change the selected (i.e. blinking) value. Set the year data. •...
  • Page 59 5-3. How to Check the Set Date/Time Follow the procedure below to check the current date/time setting. Preparation ■ • See the list of commands in P.52 to switch to normal state conditions. Operation Procedure ■ Normal State Date / Time Display Year Stopped (Grid-connected) Stopped (Stand-alone)
  • Page 60: Pass

    6. Setting Parameters for Installer 6-1. Setting Parameters To operate this system normally, it is necessary to set the operation parameters. Note that the system may fail to operate normally if these parameters are not properly set. The system cannot operate normally if the parameters have not been set correctly. The system must be operated by a qualified personnel.
  • Page 61 6-3. Password Input Password authentication is required for changing the parameter values in the parameter setting mode. The following illustration demonstrates how to enter the password. Operation Procedure ■ Press this button to change the Press this button after all the digits have been set. digit.
  • Page 62: Remaining Battery Level

    6-4. Parameter Item Selection Select the parameter to be edited from the following: Network Adaptor communications setting/Remaining battery level setting. Preparation ■ See 6-2 to 6-3 and switch to the parameter item selection mode showing the initial display [no 1-1]. Operation Procedure ■...
  • Page 63: Network Adaptor Communications Setting

    6-5. Network Adaptor Communications Setting This system features a function for performing remote control and data communications via communications with the Network Adaptor. The Network Adaptor communications setting is in this section. The work must be performed by personnel. The Network Adaptor communications setting is not required for Stand-alone System, as the system is not connected to the Network Adaptor.
  • Page 64: Display Mode

    [Display Mode] • In the display mode, change the level setting to be edited (Network Adaptor connection setting/Communications ID setting). Press "CLOCK (▼)" or "DATA (▲)" in the display mode to cycle through items. (c1. Network Adaptor connection display / c2. Communications ID display) •...
  • Page 65: Remaining Battery Level Setting

    6-6. Remaining Battery Level Setting This setting can be used to set the remaining battery level to be reserved for the event of a prolonged power outage. No discharging is performed when the remaining battery is lower than the value specified in this setting, regardless of the operation mode (i.e.
  • Page 66: Display Mode

    [Display Mode] • The current remaining battery level setting is displayed in the display mode. It is displayed in the form of [Prb] (which indicates the remaining battery level setting) followed by the current parameter. • Press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch from the display mode to the setting mode. [Setting Mode] •...
  • Page 67 6-7. Terminating the Parameter Setting Mode Operation Procedure ■ Normal State Password Input Parameter Selection Network Adaptor Stopped (Grid-connected) Communications Setting Password match Initial Display Stopped (Stand-alone) 3 sec 1 sec Once all the parameters have been set, close the parameter setting and return to the normal state. •...
  • Page 68: Setting Parameters For Grid Operator

    7. Setting Parameters for Grid Operator 7-1. Setting Parameters To operate this system normally, it is necessary to set the operation parameters. Note that the system may fail to operate normally if these parameters are not properly set. The system cannot operate normally if the operation data have not been set correctly. Only the grid operator can set up and operate this parameter.
  • Page 69: Parameter Display And Setting Mode

    7-3. Parameter Item Selection Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the parameter item selection mode showing the initial display [no4.00]. Operation Procedure ■ • While the Parameter Item Mode is selected, press "DATA ▲" or "CLOCK ▼" and select parameter item. Then press "MENU (ENTER)"...
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  • Page 71 7-5. Protection Level Setting In this setting mode, listed below items can be selected. Table Protection Level Setting List Australia New Zealand Parameter Item Parameter Item Display Default Set Default Set Range Range Point Point Trip Level 230.0V ∼ 230.0V ∼ 260.0V 260.0V Over voltage stage 1...
  • Page 72 Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.01]. Operation Procedure ■ • While [no4.01] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. • While the Display mode is selected, press "DATA ▲" or "CLOCK ▼" and select parameter item. Then press "MENU (ENTER)"...
  • Page 73 Over Frequency Trip Level Trip Level (Level) Over Frequency Trip Time (Time) (Setting disabled) Under Frequency Trip Level Trip Level (Level) Under Frequency Trip Time (Time) Vnom_max Trip Level Trip Level (Level) fstop Level fstop Level fstop ※Discharge ※Discharge (Level) fstop Level fstop Level ※charge...
  • Page 74 7-6. DRM (Demand Response Modes) Setting Select DRM from DRM0 to DRM8. Table DRM mode List Australia/New Zealand Parameter Item Parameter Item Display Default Set Point Range DRM0 ON/OFF DRM1 ON/OFF DRM2 ON/OFF DRM3 ON/OFF DRM4 ON/OFF DRM5 ON/OFF DRM6 ON/OFF DRM7 ON/OFF...
  • Page 75 Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.02]. Operation Procedure ■ • While [no4.02] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. • Select DR mode from 0 to 8 by pressing "DATA(▲)" or "CLOCK(▼)". •...
  • Page 76: No4.03 Lower Discharge Limit Setting

    7-7. Lower Discharge Limit Setting In this setting mode, lower discharge limit can be set during DR operation. Table DRM Mode List Australia/New Zealand Parameter Item Parameter Item Display Default Set Point Range Lower Discharge 0% ∼ 90% Limit (DR) Preparation ■...
  • Page 77: No4.04 Reactive Power Level Setting(Drm)

    7-8. Reactive Power Level Setting (DRM) In this setting mode, reactive power level can be set during DR operation. Table Reactive Power Level Australia/New Zealand Parameter Parameter Item Selection Display Default Set Point Range Reactive Power Level Source Reactive Power 0% ∼...
  • Page 78: No4.05 Multiple Inverter Combinations Setting

    7-9. Multiple Inverter Combinations Setting In this setting mode, parameter during Multiple inverter operation can be set. Inverter ID that be set as ’ 01’ is the parent machine. Its parent machine looks for Battery systems according with set value at (G2). Notics: ・Parent machine does not mather anywhere on the connection of system line (see Chapter 1-1 ◎...
  • Page 79 Preparation ■ ・See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.05]. Operation Procedure ■ ・While [no4.05] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. ・While the Parameter Display mode is selected, press "DATA (▲)" or "CLOCK (▼)" to select the Parameter Item.  ・After the selection of parameter item, press "MENU (ENTER)"...
  • Page 80: No4.06 Power Rate Limit Setting

    7-10. The Power Rate Limit Setting • The power rate limit is the ramp rate of real power output in response to changes in power and is defined as a percentage of rated power per minute. • The percentage change of the output power limit set by the SET rate 1. The decreasing rate of the output power limit is set to SET rate-1, and the rate of increase of the output power limit is set to the SET rate + 1.
  • Page 81 Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.06]. Operation Procedure ■ • While [no4.06] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. • While the Display mode is selected, press "DATA(▲)" or "CLOCK(▼)" and select the parameter item. Then press "MENU (ENTER)"...
  • Page 82: No4.07 Volt Response Reference Values Setting

    7-11. Volt Response Reference Values Setting Volt response mode is to respond to voltage changes at the inverter terminals, and is to increase the number of systems which can be connected at a point on the grid without adversely affecting the voltage within an electrical installation.
  • Page 83 Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.07]. Operation Procedure ■ • While [no4.07] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. • While the Display mode is selected, press "DATA(▲)" or "CLOCK(▼)" and select the parameter item. Then press "MENU (ENTER)"...
  • Page 84: No4.08 Volt-Watt Response Mode Setting

    7-12. Volt-watt Response Mode Setting The Volt-watt response mode varies the output power of the inverter in response to the voltage at its terminal. The response curve required for the volt-watt response mode is defined by the volt response reference values in table listed in the section 7-11 and corresponding power levels.
  • Page 85 7-13. Reactive Power Mode Setting Select the reactive power mode from table listed below Table Reactive Power Mode Australia/New Zealand Parameter Parameter Item Selection Display Default Set Point Range Reactive 0 - 4 Power Mode Setteing Explanation Mode All disenable Volt-var response mode only enabled Fixed reactive power mode only enabled Fixed power factor mode only enabled...
  • Page 86 7-14. Volt-var Response Set-point Value Setting ※This mode is enabled only when it is set to the MODE1 as described in Chapter 7-13. The volt-var response mode varies the reactive power output of the inverter in response to the voltage at its grid – integrative.
  • Page 87 7-15. Fixed Reactive Power Setting ※This mode is enabled only when it is set to the MODE2 as described in Chapter 7-13. ・ While the power inputs the inverter, the reactive power is set " 0[var] " . ・ While the inverter outputs the power, the reactive power is fix and the reactive power is set rated power times . Table olt-watt Response Mode Australia/New Zealand...
  • Page 88 7-16.Fixed Reactive Factor Setting ※This mode is enabled only when it is set to the MODE3 as described in Chapter 7-13. ・While the power inputs the inverter, the reactive factor is set " 0[var] " . ・While the inverter outputs the power, the reactive power is fix and the maximum ratio of reactive power (vars) to rated apparent power should be 60%.
  • Page 89 7-17. Characteristic Power Factor Curve Setting ※This mode is enabled only when it is set to the MODE4 as described in Chapter 7-13. With this mode can be changed along the power factor on the output. Setting the way is as follows. ①While the power inputs the inverter, the power factor is set ’...
  • Page 90 Preparation ■ • See 7-2 and switch to the Parameter Item Selection mode showing the initial display [no4.13]. Operation Procedure ■ • While [no4.13] is displayed, press "MENU (ENTER)" to switch to the Parameter Display mode. • While the Parameter Display mode is selected, press "DATA(▲)" or "CLOCK(▼)" and select the parameter item. Then press "MENU (ENTER)"...
  • Page 91 7-18. Reverse Power Mode Setting In this setting mode. thepropriety of reverse power flow from the storage battery system can be set. However, if there in an instruction from DRED, it gives priority to the instruction of DRED not set here. Table DRM Mode List Australia/New Zealand Parameter Selection...
  • Page 92 7-19. Terminating the Parameter Setting Mode Operation Procedure ■ Normal State Password Input Parameter Selection Grid-connected Stopped (Grid-connected) Protection Level Setting Password match Initial Display Stopped (Stand-alone) 3 sec 1 sec Once all the parameters have been set, close the parameter setting and return to the normal state. •...
  • Page 93: Test Run

    8. Test Run 8-1.Test Run The following test runs are required before operating this system: the actual operation cannot be performed until test runs have been completed. • Stand-alone Operation Test • Reverse Current CT Test Test runs are required before the actual operation of the system. Actual operations cannot be performed until test runs have been completed.
  • Page 94 8-3. Stand-alone Operation Test Perform test runs of the stand-alone operations. Be sure to turn OFF the backup breaker during a test run. Otherwise, it may result in the failure of the connected load device. Be sure to turn the stand-alone breaker back ON after the test runs have been completed.
  • Page 95 8-4. Reverse Current CT Test Test the installation of the reverse current control CT. Preparation ■ • See the list of commands in P.93 or 8-2 and select the Reverse Current CT test [TEST2]. Operation Procedure ■ • Select the Reverse Current CT test [TEST2] in the test run selection Test Run Selection prompt.
  • Page 96 8-5. Checking Test Run Results Check whether the test run was completed normally. Preparation ■ • Set the storage battery system to the stopped state in the normal state. The system can only be switched to the parameter setting mode while it is in a stopped state. Operation Procedure ■...
  • Page 97: Checking The Network Adaptor Connections

    9. Checking the Network Adaptor Connections 9-1. Checking the Network Adaptor Connections In order to connect this system to the server via the Network Adaptor to perform remote controls, etc., the communications with the Network Adaptor must be operating normally. Otherwise, the remote control instructions, etc. from the server cannot be accepted.
  • Page 98 9-3. Checking the Network Adaptor Communications Operation Procedure ■ Status Selection Normal State Stopped (Grid-connected) Status 1 3 sec Stopped (Stand-alone) Status 2 1 sec Status 3 : OK(Normal state) : NG (Error state) 1st digit : Network Adaptor Communication Status 2nd digit : AC Voltage Status 3rd digit : DC Voltage Status •...
  • Page 99: Complete Settings

    10.Complete Settings The settings are now complete. Attach the front lid by referring to P.26. When connecting the Network Adaptor, refer to the Setting Manual which is included with the Network Adaptor, then perform the settings. Finally, cut "Emergency Response Measures sheet" below and put it and "Stop procedure label" in a prominent position near the battery storage system.
  • Page 101 Specifications   ..........28 13. Warranty ............. 30 - Thank you for purchasing a Panasonic product. Please read this User's Manual thoroughly before operating the system. For future reference, please keep this manual in a safe place. - For disposal, please contact your Household Hazardous waste depot.
  • Page 102: Safety Precautions

    Safety Precautions To reduce the risk of personal injury, injury to others and property damage, always observe the safety precautions described below. This product is an important resource. Be sure to inspect it appropriately and observe the safety precautions set forth below. We shall not be in way liable for any accidents or malfunctions resulting from failure to observe these precautions.
  • Page 103 Safety Precautions ■ In the event of the following, stop operating and switch OFF the protection devices for the product inside the distribution board. Continued use may result in failure, electric shock or fire. Contact the service/inquiry counter where you purchased/contracted this product. •...
  • Page 104: How The System Works

    External Server LJ-NA02 DRED LJ-SK56A 1-1 On-line System In on-line system, the product controls the charging and discharging in accordance with the on-line commands which are determined by the programs in the utility power servers. The system operates identically to the off-line system during periods when there are not any control commands from the utility.
  • Page 105 1-2 Off-line System Off-line system has three operation modes determined by the way the storage battery is used, the maximum self- consumption mode, programmed charge/discharge time mode, and Back-up mode. Select an operation mode to use the storage battery system. See 8-2 to see how to select. * If you are a user of the on-line system, the off-line system operates when the programs are not issuing control commands.
  • Page 106 1-4 Operational Temperatures The Storage Battery System MUST be installed in a location NOT exposed to direct sunlight continuously in regions where the minimum/maximum monthly mean temperature is always less than +40°C and greater than 0°C. Regions/site locations that do not meet both requirements are not suitable for the Storage Battery System. On the odd occasions when the temperature exceeds +40°C or falls below -0°C, the battery storage system automatically gives high priority to preserving battery health by reducing battery output and extending the battery charging time.
  • Page 107: Battery Capacity

    1-5 Battery Capacity A battery capacity to maintain its charge 'State of Health' (SOH ) slowly decreases over time due to the charging & discharging process. The following chart shows typical SOH decrease at 25 ° , 1 cycle/day. Discharge Usable time capacity...
  • Page 108: System Overview

    In the event of a power failure, you can use the stored electrical power via a Stand-alone Socket-outlet. LJ-NA02: Network Adaptor ■ The network adaptor facilitates the communications between the demand response server and the lithium-ion storage battery system (LJ-SK56A) to update the charging/discharging schedule and/or send information on the state of the stored electrical power.
  • Page 109: Control Panel

    Grid in the normal state Lit green Discharging Base Blinking green Discharging (battery remaining is low) cover Lit orange Charging BATTERY LJ-SK56A On standby due to out of range Blinking orange temperature Charging/Discharging stopped Lit green Grid-connected Blinking green Grid-connected(output restriction) MODE...
  • Page 110: Start And Stop Operation

    4. Start and Stop Operation 4-1 Stopping a Grid Operation • When the product is stopped while the grid is in a normal state, the control panel display will change to • Pressing the "ON/OFF (CANCEL)" for one second in state will start the grid operation and display the charging/ discharging power as in •...
  • Page 112: Stand-Alone Operations

    6. Display Modes 6-1 Normal State • This product has the following three mode views: Normal state, Remaining battery level, and Operation mode. • The Normal state displays the operating status of the system (stopped, grid operation, Stand-alone operation, etc.) as well as error codes in the event of system problems.
  • Page 113: Date/Time Display And Setting

    7. Date/Time Display and Setting 7-1 Date/Time Display • Press "CLOCK (▼)" in the normal state to check the current date/time. • The current year => month/day => hour/minute will each be displayed for two seconds. • The control panel display will automatically return to the normal state after displaying the current hour/minute. * This product uses the date/time data to control the charging/discharging and to fine-tune the storage battery.
  • Page 114: User Setting

    8. User Setting 8-1 User Setting Mode • You can set the following items in the user setting mode: No. 1. Operation mode setting Select the operation mode (Maximum self-consumption mode / Programmed charge/discharge time mode / Stand- alone mode) for the off-line system. No.
  • Page 115 8-2 Operation Mode Setting • In the operation mode setting, you can select the operation mode (Maximum self-consumption mode / Programmed charge/discharge time mode / Back-up mode) for the off-line system. * If you are using a on-line system, the specified operation mode will only take effect when the on-line is disabled. Operation ■...
  • Page 116 8-3 Lower Discharge Limit Setting • In the lower discharge limit setting, you can set the lower discharge limit value for the off-line system for daily use. * If you wish to use the battery system for a longer period during power failure, you are advised to set a higher value for the lower discharge limit.
  • Page 117 8-4 Charging/Discharging Schedule Setting • Set the (A) charge start time/(B) charge end time/(C) discharge start time/(D) discharge end time to be used in the programmed charge/discharge time mode for the off-line system. * This setting is only effective when the programmed charge/discharge time mode is selected for the off-line system. If you are using the on-line system, the specified date/time setting will only take effect when the on-line is disabled.
  • Page 118 8-5 Daylight-saving Time Setting • If the daylight-saving time setting is set to ON, the internal time is one hour earlier. Switch the setting OFF after daylight-saving time has ended. If it is switched OFF, the time will be one hour behind than when it is ON. * When linked with the network adaptor, the date/time data is obtained automatically from a server.
  • Page 119 8-7 Stand-alone Operation Start Setting ■ Do not plug the following electric equipment into the output connected to the Stand-alone Socket-outlet: • Any medical devices or security equipment • Equipments that might lose information during power failure such as desktop computer. •...
  • Page 120: Settings Overview

    9. Settings Overview Date/Time Normal Display Date/Time Display (7-1) Normal State (6-1) Year There are three modes of view: Normal state, Remaining battery level, and Operation mode. 1 sec Press the "DATA (▲)" to change the display mode. The remaining battery level and operation mode views automatically Automatic * Make sure Month/Day...
  • Page 121 * This only mentions basic operations. Check each chapter for details. User Setting User Setting Mode Operation Mode Setting (8-2) (8-1) Display Mode Setting Mode Operation Mode Setting Show the current setting Press "DATA (▲)" or "CLOCK (▼)" to change "SELF", "ProG" or "bu". Lower Discharge Limit Setting (8-3) Lower Discharge Setting Mode...
  • Page 122: Inspection And Maintenance

    10. Inspection and Maintenance 10-1 Inspection • Check the exterior of the product for damage, rust and dents. Contact the installer if a large dent and/or deformation is found. • Consult the installer for information on regular maintenance/inspection of the product. 10-2 Maintenance Use a soft cloth to gently wipe off any dirt or fingerprints on the surface of the front lid and base cover.
  • Page 123 Locations Where the Storage Battery System Cannot be Installed ■ x Locations where it will receive or be subject to the impact of continuous direct sunlight. x Locations that exceed the operating temperature range. x Locations where the sunlight hits directly in the north or west side of the buildings without roof (eaves). * See "■...
  • Page 124 10-4 Check the Installation Conditions for the Network Adaptor Please ensure that the installation location is suitable as per the below conditions. Please refer any concerns to the company that installed the product. Standard Installation Location ■ Installation location Indoor Operating temperature range [°C] 0 to 40°C 0 to 80% RH...
  • Page 125 10-5 "Maintenance Reminder" Function As a high powered battery device that is charged and discharged on a daily basis, the product requires a safety / maintenance check to ensure the Battery Storage System is working as intended. Also, when used for many years, a lithium ion battery will not be able to demonstrate original performance. This product includes a "Maintenance remainder"...
  • Page 126: Troubleshooting

    11. Troubleshooting Please check the following before contacting the repair service: Case Description / where to check • Check if the protection device is turned off. The system does not • Check if timers have been set. work. • Check the remaining battery level.
  • Page 127 The list of error codes is shown below. Check the error code in the display panel and address the issue by referencing the information below. Error code Description/where to check E010 Abnormal in grid (High grid voltage) Abnormal in grid (Low grid voltage) E020 →...
  • Page 128: Specifications

    12. Specifications Lithium-ion Storage Battery System ■ Model number LJ-SK56A Width x Height x Depth [mm] 966×1380×279 Weight 86kg * 136kg with the batteries included Colour Ivory (3Y7.8/1.1) Operating temperature 0°C to 40°C Storage temperature -20°C to 40°C Humidity 0% to 90% RH...
  • Page 129 Inverter topology High-frequency insulation Active anti-islanding method Frequency shift Protective class Over voltage category OVC Ⅲ Ingress protection (IP) rating IP54 (Main body) IP44 (Control panel/Display) Standard Safety IEC62109-1/-2 IEC62040-1 AS3100:2014 Grid AS/NZS 4777.2:2015 IEC61000-3/-6 Initial usable Battery capacity 5.3kWh Lithium-ion Battery ■...
  • Page 130: Warranty

    If there is a major failure in regard to the product which cannot be remedied then you must notify us within a reasonable period of time by contacting the Panasonic Customer Care Centre. If the failure in the product is not a major failure then Panasonic may choose to repair or replace the product and will do so in a reasonable period of time from receiving notice from you.
  • Page 131 If there is a major failure in regard to the product which cannot be remedied then you must notify us within a reasonable period of time by contacting the Panasonic Customer Care Centre. If the failure in the product is not a major failure then Panasonic may choose to repair or replace the product and will do so in a reasonable period of time from receiving notice from you.
  • Page 132 Model No. Serial No. Lot No. LJ-SK56A LJ-SBK01 LJ-NA02 Installation date Installation Company Signature Panasonic Corporation Eco Solutions Company Web Site: http://panasonic.net/ LJSK56 - L106 - 00 I1016 - 0 © Panasonic Corporation 2016 Printed in Japan...

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