Note. The information included in this manual is accurate at the time of publication. However, this manual is subject to change without prior notice. In addition, the illustrations in this manual are meant only to help explain system configuration concepts and installation instructions. Please note the image shown is for illustration purposes only.
Table of Contents 4. Commissioning 4.1 LED Status 4.1.1 LED indicators 5. Functionality 5.1 Powering up the system – RESU10HDLT 5.2 Shutting off the system – RESU10HDLT 5.3 Emergency procedure 5.3.1 Fire 5.3.2 Damaged Batteries 6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.1 List of Alarm/Warning codes with definitions 6.2 List of Fault codes with definitions 6.3 Return/Replacement instructions 6.3.1 Uninstallation from the wall...
1. Safety 1.1 Symbols (TBD) Symbols Description Caution, risk of electric shock Do not place nor install near flammable or explosive materials Install the product out of reach from children Read the instruction manual/booklet before starting installation or operation Heavy weight may incur serious injury to the back Do not dispose the product with household wastes Recyclable Disconnect the equipment before carrying out for maintenance or...
1. Safety 1.2 Safety Instructions For safety reasons, installers are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the contents of this document and all warnings before performing installation. 1.2.1 General Safety Precautions Over-voltages or wrong wiring can damage the Battery Pack and cause deflagration, which can be extremely dangerous.
1. Safety All types of breakdown of the product may lead to a leakage of electrolyte or flammable gas. Do not place the product nearby flammables. It may lead to fire or explosion in case of accident. Keep out of reach of children or animals. Keep the product away from direct liquid.
1. Safety 1.2.3 Response to Emergency Situations If a user is exposed to internal materials of the battery cell due to damage on the outer casing, the following actions are recommended. Inhalation: Leave the contaminated area immediately and seek medical attention.
1. Safety 1.3 Warning label (TBD) Warning labels and other relevant labels are attached to the inside of the battery pack. 1.4 Qualified Personnel This guide and the tasks and procedures described herein are intended for use by skilled workers only. A skilled worker is defined as a trained and qualified electrician or installer who has all of the following skills and experience: •...
2. Product Introduction 2.1 Technical Data 2.1.1 Dimensions and weight RESU 10H DLT EVESPBO0100A0 Width 744 mm (29.3”) Height 907 mm (35.7”) Depth 206 mm (8.1”) Weight 97kg (214lbs) 1) A battery pack’s weight varies slightly depending on its battery cells’ weight.
Hazardous Materials Classification Class 9 Transportation UN38.3 (UNDOT) Ingress Rating IP55 ※ Test Conditions - Temperature 25°C 1) LG Chem recommends 2.3kW for maximum battery lifetime 2) Peak Current excludes repeated short duration (less than 10 sec. of current pattern).
2. Product Introduction 2.2 Basic feature / Applications Compactness : World Best Energy Density No Additional Devices : Aux Power and Protection Devices Included Flexible installation : Indoor or Outdoor Residential 400V DC battery pack system : Daily cycle residential battery system 2.3 Protection ...
2. Product Introduction 2.4.2 Storage Temperature Range Duration Remark -22 ~104°F (-30 ~40’C) 3 Months 104 ~131°F (40 ~55’C) 2 Months 2.4.3 Handling Do not step on the product or the product package. The product may be damaged. The recommended area is ventilation area. ...
3. Installation 3.1 Mechanical requirements 3.1.1 Packaging and Open out equipment (TBD) 1. Lift the cover upwards to remove it. 2. Pull out other items. Take them out and check if any item is missing. See Package items on section 3.1.2 3.
3. Installation 3.1 Mechanical requirements 3.1.2 Package items These items are included in the package. Manual M6 wall mount Battery pack Wall bracket bolts (2EA) 3.1.3 Installation locations The building should be designed to withstand earthquakes. Waterproof and proper ventilation area is recommended. (IP55) ...
3. Installation 3.1.4 Clearance (TBD) Recommended clearances (>12’’) on the left, right, top and bottom of the product is shown in the figure for the proper ventilation and installer convenience. 3.1.5 Tools & Safety gears required Tools The following tools are required to install the battery pack : Precision screwdriver M6 Torque wrench Inclinometer...
3. Installation Safety gear Personnel Protection Equipment It is recommended to wear the following safety gear when dealing with the battery pack. Insulated gloves Safety goggles Safety shoes 3.1.6 Mounting Bracket (TBD) When installing the battery pack on a wall, make sure that the wall is capable of supporting the weight of the battery pack.
3. Installation To mount the battery pack to a wall, take the following steps : 1. Mark the location on the wall for the holes. 2. Drill holes to suit fasteners in the wall. 3. Drive the fasteners through the mounting brackets into the holes ...
3. Installation 3.1.7 Appearance and Dimension Appearance Proper handling and care is recommended as disassembly, change of color, scratches, leakage of liquid, and stains may influence the economic value of the battery pack. Pack appearance and dimension (35.7’’) (27.3’’) (29.2’’) (29.2’’)
3. Installation 3.1.8 System clearance(TBD) Battery requires adequate clearance for installation, cabling, and airflow. Minimum clearance in the system configuration is as follows. 3.1.9 Installing the Battery Pack Caution Make sure that the inverter AC and DC disconnects are turned off before connecting the power cable to the battery pack.
3. Installation 1. Fix the lift handle to the hex-socket screws on the rear (Marked position) of both left and right sides. 2. Mount the wall bracket to a wall. Tighten the screws, ensuring that they are horizontally driven into the wall. (Must be installed with recommended clearances(720mm[29’’]) on the edge of the wall bracket as shown in the...
3. Installation 4. Tighten the two hex-socket screws enclosed and remove the lift handle. The nuts for these screws are welded to the battery pack chassis Tighten to a torque of 5 N•m by M6 torque wrench . 5. Press the two buttons and Pull the two latches (Marked position) on the rear side of the wiring section battery cover (hinged door)
3. Installation 7. Loosen the screw (Marked position), and remove the transparent protection cover. Caution If you lost or break a protection cover, that violates NEC Regulation. 8. Remove the cap on hole in the bottom side, and assemble the ¾’’ conduit plug. In the case outdoor, it must be sealed to comply “IP55”...
3. Installation 3.2.2 Power (wire AWG, Max length, Pinning) - RESU10H DLT • Max cable length :10m (35ft) • Min. wire diameter : AWG 10-12 • Pinning Pin # Description Positive line of the PCS high voltage DC bus 10 12 Negative line of the PCS high voltage DC bus Equipment grounding conductor 3.2.3 Communication (wire AWG, Max length, Pinning) - RESU10H DLT...
4. Commissioning 4.1 LED Status 4.1.1 LED indicators The LED indicators on the front of the battery pack show its operational state as follows: LED Status Action Power on, Idle Charging Discharging Fault...
5. Functionality 5.1 Powering up the system (TBD) – RESU10H DLT Put the battery pack in operation by taking the following steps : 1. Make sure that the circuit breaker switch is in the OFF position. (including Trip position) 2. Move the circuit breaker switch to the ON position to turn on the main battery pack.
5. Functionality 5.3 Emergency procedure The RESU 7/10H battery pack comprises multiple batteries that are designed to prevent hazards resulting from failures. However, LG Chem cannot guarantee their absolute safety. 5.3.1 Fire In case of fires, it is recommended to have an ABC or carbon dioxide extinguisher.
Damaged batteries are dangerous and must be handled with the utmost care. They are not fit for use and may pose a danger to people or property. If the battery pack seems to be damaged, contact LG Chem or your distributor.
6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.2 List of Fault codes with definitions Power Output Diag. Fault Category level signal Charge Discharge Fault1 100% Over voltage (Max. Cell V) Fault2 Trip Fault1 100% Under voltage (Min. Cell V) Fault2 Trip Pack Under voltage Fault2 Trip (Pack V)
6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.3 Return/Replacement instructions 6.3.1 Uninstallation from the wall 1. Switch OFF the Inverter before starting the uninstallation of the battery pack. 2. Press the two buttons and Pull the two ratchets (Marked position) on the rear. 3.
6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 5. Switch off the circuit breaker 6. Disconnect the communication cable from the communication port. 7. Disconnect the power cable from the terminal block. Disconnect the positive terminal (+). first, and next the negative terminal (−), and finally ground terminal .
6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 6.3.2 Re-Packaging the pack 1. Face the front of the battery pack upwards and place it on the box. 2. Put over the side cover. 3. Place the wall bracket guide pad & cushioning pad over it.
6. Troubleshooting & Maintenance 4. Put over wall bracket & M6 wall mount bolts. 5. Place the cover. Note Use the packaging of the replacement battery pack if the original packaging is not available.