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POWER SYSTEMS, INC.
H-100 Control Panel
Technical Manual
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  • Page 1 ® POWER SYSTEMS, INC. H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual This manual should remain with the unit.
  • Page 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual   SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS – The manufacturer suggests that these rules for safe operation be copied and posted in potential hazard areas. Safety should be stressed to all operators and potential operators of this equipment.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Appendix ................38 Trending ................. 9 Appendix A — Analog Functions ........38 Remote Trending ............9 Appendix B — H-100 General I/O and Connector Local Trending ............10 Information ........... 40 GenLink Local Trending Setup ........10 H-100 Analog Inputs ..........40 Trigger/Collection Type ..........
  • Page 4: General Information

    • Setting Display Contrast value can be setup to create alarms or warnings, each • Setting System Time and Date product has a built in ILC, etc. H-100 Control Panel • Setting up/Enabling Internal Exercise is very flexible. • Enabling Interface with Generac Commercial...
  • Page 5: The Measurement "Engine

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual THE MEASUREMENT "ENGINE" ANALOG MATHS The measurement “engine” is the key feature of the Each of the 23 channels is processed by a set of mea- system. All the inputs to the controller are processed suring rules using constants that are set via GenLink.
  • Page 6: Analog Alarms

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Setpoints Where x can be: 1. THERMISTOR There can be up to 4 setpoints to support 2 alarms and 2 warnings, of which there can be a maximum of 2. CURRENT 2 GT or LT types. The setpoints are in the same units 3.
  • Page 7: Other Analog Options

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual OUTPUT FUNCTIONS IMMEDIATE = Alarms/Warnings with this qualifica- tion only become active immediately after the engine Output functions are flags that are set/reset by the has started. internal program to indicate a certain status, for example “Engine Running”.
  • Page 8: Engine Management

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual ENGINE MANAGEMENT • Preheat Enable — The following four options are selectable (only for Diesel): The engine management module is very similar to - Preheat disabled. that used in the manufacturer's other products. It - Preheat during cranking.
  • Page 9: Starting And Stopping - Sequence Diagrams

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual STARTING AND STOPPING - SEQUENCE DIAGRAMS Exercise without transfer Loss of utility with HTS starting and stopping sequence starting and stopping keyswitch in auto position. sequence keyswitch in Remote start auto position. HTS indicates...
  • Page 10: Voltage Regulator (Option)

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual VOLTAGE REGULATOR (OPTION) • QuietTest® KP ,KI,KD — Frequency regulation sta- bility constants used for QuietTest® mode opera- All panels include automatic voltage regulation as tion. standard. There are various settings that can be •...
  • Page 11: Trending

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Governor (Speed Regulator) Option Chart • Dump Enable — Indicates if extra load dump gov- ernor compensation is desired to reduce increase PARAMETER UNITS in frequency caused by drop in load. The following...
  • Page 12: Local Trending

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual LOCAL TRENDING No Trigger The event trigger is ignored and samples are continu- Local trending is done inside the controller where up ally being placed into the buffer. to 1000 samples can be stored in memory. GenLink...
  • Page 13: The Front Panel Display

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Generator control is limited to the following output field. Moving off an edit field while in edit mode auto- options (referred to as “Hooks”). matically enters the value displayed. Also, while in edit mode, pressing the Home button will return the 1.
  • Page 14 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual > Volts < LINE 1: “Transfer Switch Name” indicates which switch inputs are being displayed such as “From HTS #1”. To select a switch to display, select the switch number on the HTS page (refer to the Right Display Pages - Exercise/HTS page).
  • Page 15: Trigger/Collection Type

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual > Power < Press the “MENU” button: Use the arrow keys to move the cursor to the desired This is a typical System Power page. menu item and then press the “ENTER” button. Most LINE 1: Total system real power in kW.
  • Page 16: Engine

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Press the “ENTER” button. The alarm has cleared since the gas pressure is now This is a typical System Alarm and Warning page. adequate. The n/a indicates there is not an alarm or warning Move the cursor to the ...
  • Page 17 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual This is a typical second engine parameter page. The first two values on this page are not able to be config- ured as other values. LINE 1: Engine RPM LINE 2: Battery Voltage in Volts DC.
  • Page 18: Status

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual STATUS The engine is starting or running because the GenLink commanded it to start and the key switch is in the There are two System Status pages. These pages AUTO position. show the system status, system time, and system versions.
  • Page 19: Service

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual “Warmed Up, Alarms On” SERVICE There are four Maintenance Status pages. The first Generator is started, warmed up, and the hold-off three pages show the status of the scheduled mainte- alarms are enabled.
  • Page 20: Generator

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Each line displays a maintenance item that has been set up via GenLink. The value displayed is the approximate % of life remaining before maintenance should be performed. Refer to the Maintenance setup using GenLink.
  • Page 21: Diagnostics

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual This is a typical first Generator Parameter page for a single phase system. LINE 1: Phase titles for the voltage and current – voltage title/current title. LINE 2: Line-to-Line voltage for AB and Line-to- Neutral voltage for A and B in Volts RMS.
  • Page 22 H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual This is a typical first System Diagnostics page. It dis- #12 Activate Emissions Module or Preheat plays ten of the discrete inputs into the H-100 Control Press the “ENTER” button. Panel. Inputs to the controller are internally pulled to 5 v, so to activate an input you must short it to ground.The following names are normally assigned...
  • Page 23: Exercise/Hts

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Press the  button. Press the “ENTER” button. Press the “ENTER” button. Press the “ENTER” button. The above two pages are typical of communications This is a typical first Internal Exercise and HTS diagnostics, one page for each port.
  • Page 24 “No Comms” This switch is not present in the system. HTS has detected utility present, but loss of commu- “Enabled” nications with the H-100 Control Panel. This switch is present in the system and operating normally. “Pwr Cycled” “Fast Test”...
  • Page 25: The Control Panel

    THE CONTROL PANEL THE EVENT LOG The H-100 Control Panel has some inputs and out- The event log is similar to the alarm log except that puts which have been designated to be connected to a the data is stored in temporary memory (volatile) and standardized control panel.
  • Page 26: Maintenance Settings

    With the addition of an oxygen sensor and a solenoid Events are displayed by GenLink in chronological to control the air fuel mix, the H-100 Control Panel order, the most recent being at the top of the list. can perform air/fuel ratio control to provide an opti- mum (stochiometric) mix to reduce emissions.
  • Page 27: Internal Exercise Function

    Utility to Emergency power and when switching back. For this reason, “transfer on exercise” is normally not selected. QUIETTEST SETUP USING GENLINK ® Connect to the H-100 control panel. Using the “Configuration” pull down, select “Exercise Configuration” to display the Exercise Configuration...
  • Page 28: Normal Exercise Setup Using Genlink

    QuietTest® will start every Wednesday at 10:30 AM and run until about 10:50 AM NORMAL EXERCISE SETUP USING GENLINK Select the day of week to run the exercise. Connect to the H-100 control panel. Using the “Configuration” pull down, select “Exercise...
  • Page 29: Quiettest ® Setup Using Front Panel

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual QUIETTEST ® SETUP USING FRONT PANEL Press the “MENU” button. Select the time of day to run exercise. Move the cursor using the arrow keys to the Exercise/ HTS menu item. Press the “ENTER” button.
  • Page 30 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Use the up and down arrow keys until a “Y” appears Press the "ENTER" button to exit edit mode. in the field. Move the cursor to the “Time Start” time of day hours Press the “ENTER”...
  • Page 31 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Move the cursor to the “Time Start” time of day min- utes field on the second line. Move the cursor to the “QuietTest Selected” field on the first line. Press the “ENTER” button to enter edit mode.
  • Page 32: Front Panel

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Setup of QuietTest® is now complete. For this exam- ple, QuietTest® will start every Wednesday at 10:30 AM and run until about 10:50 AM While QuietTest® is running, the “Time Remaining” will display the approximate number of minutes left before QuietTest®...
  • Page 33 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual NOTE: In a number field the up/down arrows move the digit up and down while the left/right arrows move to the adjacent digit. Use the up and down arrow key until the desired day of the week is displayed.
  • Page 34 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Press the “ENTER” button to exit edit mode. Use the up and down arrow key until a “N” appears. Move the cursor to the on the bottom line. Press the “ENTER” button to exit edit mode.
  • Page 35: Set Date And Time

    DATE AND TIME SETUP USING FRONT PANEL SET DATE AND TIME Press the “MENU” button. The H-100 Control Panel contains a real time clock to keep track of date and time. This is used to schedule internal exercise, time stamp alarm/event log entries, and time stamp reports.
  • Page 36: Adjust Display Contrast

    General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Press the  button twice. Press the “ENTER” button. Press the “ENTER” button. Press the  button. There are 5 editable fields on line 3. They are hours, minutes, month, day, and year. Use the arrow keys to move to each of the fields needing to be changed.
  • Page 37: Enable Generac Commercial Transfer Switch (Hts)

    ENABLE GENERAC COMMERCIAL TRANSFER SWITCH (HTS) The H-100 Control Panel can control up to four HTSs via the RS-485 communications port. The H-100 Control Panel is shipped without the HTS control enabled. If the user has an HTS in their system, they must enable the HTS via GenLink or the front panel.
  • Page 38 General Information H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Press the  button. Select the appropriate HTS number using the up and down arrow buttons. Press the “ENTER” button. Press the “ENTER” button to exit the edit mode. Press the  button.
  • Page 39: Communications

    NEW GENERATION GENLINK (NGG) An all new version of GenLink has been released COMMUNICATIONS for support of the H-100 Control Panel. It uses the There are 2 ports on the H-100 Control Panel, an industry standard Modbus protocol for communica- RS-232 port and an RS-485.
  • Page 40: Appendix

    Appendix A H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual APPENDIX A — ANALOG FUNCTIONS THERMISTOR: The User Configurable Analog Inputs have several PRESSURE: parameters that affect the value interpreted from POLY_3RD: the A/D reading. In general, the following equation determines the final User Configurable Analog Input...
  • Page 41 Appendix A H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Where: CURRENT: M is the calibration factor CAL_SCALE: A, B, C are polynomial coefficients Implements a scaling factor and a calibration factor S is the scaling factor X = M * raw_analog Calibration...
  • Page 42: Appendix B - H-100 General I/O And Connector Information

    Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual APPENDIX B — H-100 GENERAL I/O AND CONNECTOR INFORMATION H-100 ANALOG INPUTS Number Default Signal Name Default Signal Name Type Connector Pin OIL TEMP Oil Temperature 4-20 ma J1-9 source, J1-8 return COOLANT TEMP...
  • Page 43: H-100 Digital Outputs

    13.3L Ignition Module (reserved for ILC on 13.3L gas) J2-32 Overspeed Shutdown (reserved – no software control) J1-10 Throttle Driver PWM (reserved for H-100 governed generators) J1-33 PreHeat Relay – diesel only (reserved) J1-21 Air/Fuel Ratio PWM – gas only (reserved)
  • Page 44: H-100 Digital Output Functions

    Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual H-100 DIGITAL OUTPUT FUNCTIONS Number Default Function Name Function Description COMMON ALARM An alarm is active COMMON WARNING A warning is active GEN RUNNING Generator is running ALARMS ENABLED All alarm hold off delays have expired, so all alarms are enabled...
  • Page 45 Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Number Default Function Name Function Description ANALOG 6 HI WARN Analog Input #6 has gone above maximum warning limit FUEL PRS HI WARN Fuel Pressure INLT TMP HI WARN Inlet Air Temperature ANALOG 6 LO WARN...
  • Page 46 Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Number Default Function Name Function Description BAT VOLT LO WARN Battery Voltage has gone below maximum warning limit AVG CURR HI ALRM Average Current has gone above maximum alarm limit AVG CURR LO ALRM...
  • Page 47 Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual Number Default Function Name Function Description CHCK V PHS ROT Detected voltage phase rotation as not being A-B-C CHCK C PHS ROT Detected current phase rotation as not being A-B-C and not matching voltage FAULT RLY ACTIVE Audible alarm/warning signal is active.
  • Page 48: H-100 Connector Pin Descriptions

    Appendix B H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual H-100 CONNECTOR PIN DESCRIPTIONS Wire Signal Description Wire Signal Description CAN (rtn) CAN Bus RS485 (-) Diagnostic/Rem-An/HTS CAN (+) CAN Bus (+) RS232 (tx) GenLink Modem Power (-) IN (DB) 7 DI-3/Line Power...
  • Page 49: Appendix C - Miscellaneous H-100 Internal Alsrms/Warnings

    Appendix C H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual APPENDIX C — MISCELLANEOUS H-100 INTERNAL ALARMS/WARNINGS “Strt Inhib:Oil” – Oil pressure is higher than expected for a stopped engine. “Overcrank” – Generator has attempted to start the designated number of times without success.
  • Page 50: Notes

    Notes H-100 Control Panel Technical Manual...
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  • Page 52 GENERAC ® POWER SYSTEMS, INC. P.O. BOX 8 WAUKESHA, WI 53187 Part No. 0F3750 Revision A (03/13/06) Printed in U.S.A.