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Operations Manual
Thyro-Power Manager
Thyro-Power Manager
Version 1.0
Status: 20.06.2008 EL

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    Operations Manual Thyro-Power Manager Thyro-Power Manager Version 1.0 Status: 20.06.2008 EL...

  • Page 2: Notes To This Operations Manual

    AEG PSS and its distributors, without prior notice, if purchased spare parts other than OEM AEG PSS or such other than those purchased via AEG PSS are used for maintenance and repair.

  • Page 3: Conformity

    Internet: www.aegpss.de Copyright The forwarding, copying and/or receipt of this Operations Manual via electronical or mechanical means, even in part, requires the expressive prior and written approval of AEG PSS. © Copyright AEG PSS 2008. All rights reserved. Version 2007-12-05...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Notes to This Operations Manual Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Table of Contents Notes to This Operations Manual ................2 Information Duty ....................2 Validity ........................2 Loss of Guarantee....................2 Handling ........................ 2 Conformity......................3 Manufacturer ......................3 Service ........................3 Copyright.......................

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Notes to This Operations Manual Approval and Conformity..................27 Dimensions and Weights..................28 Functional Description....................28 General Information....................28 Network Load Optimization ..................28 7.2.1 Automatic Static Network Load Optimization ..........30 7.2.2 Manual Static Network Load Optimization ............32 7.2.3 Reduction of Converter Type Performance via Network Load Optimization ..34 Additional Measurement Device ................35 7.3.1 ZME Function ....................36 7.3.2 Monitoring of Network Peak-Load..............37...

  • Page 6: General Description

    General Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 2 General Description The Thyro Power Manager possesses numerous functions. The Unit can also be deployed for peak load network monitoring next to its use for network optimization (as a substitute for the previously deployed SYT9 module). The measuring functions register the effective values of up to three electrical currents (or voltages), and deliver their effective values as DC signals (as a substitute for three previously deployed ZME modules).

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager General Description In its delivery status, operating mode 1 for “Automatic Static Network Distribution” is set to be activated (rotary switch S3 = 1). In this application case, the user must then only set the number of connected power controllers or power controller groups, respectively, via the rotary switch S2.

  • Page 8: Intended Use

    Intended Use Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Intended Use Application This Unit has the purpose for the network load optimization of power controllers, for use as measurement map for analog measurement values, and for use as bus I/O module. The Unit is permitted to be used only for these purposes.

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Intended Use Danger! This warning note refers to an especially endangering situation. Upon non- compliance, death or major injuries are risked. Please adhere to the described work and process procedures exactly, in order to avoid damage to people or to the Unit.

  • Page 10: Safety Instructions

    Intended Use Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Safety Instructions 3.4.1 Accident Prevention Regulations Please unconditionally observe the accident prevention regulations of the host country as deployed within, and the generally valid safety instructions in accordance with IEC 364. The following 5 safety rules must be complied with, prior to the beginning of all work performed to the Unit: Attention Mains Voltage! Safety rules for work performed to electrical facilities:...

  • Page 11: Fire Protection

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Intended Use Work performed to the Unit may only be performed by an expert electronical technician or by vocationally trained persons under the management and peer-overview of an expert electronical technician in accordance with technical electronical regulations. The user must install the Unit within a casing or switch cabinet so that no dangers exist due to touching and that those applicable standards and safety regulations are complied with.

  • Page 12: Safety Conscientious Work Behavior

    Intended Use Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 3.4.5 Safety Conscientious Work Behavior Qualified personnel as defined in chapter 4.2.6 are responsible for safety. These personnel are also responsible that only accordingly qualified persons are located at the Unit or within the safety area.

  • Page 13: Installation

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation 4 Installation Safety Notes The following 5 safety rules must be complied with prior to the beginning of all work performed to the Unit: Attention Mains Voltage! Safety rules for work performed to electrical facilities: 1.

  • Page 14: Packaging, Storage, Transportation

    Installation Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Packaging, Storage, Transportation 4.3.1 Packaging The Units are packaged within the plant. 4.3.2 Storage The Unit may be stored in rooms, which are dry, ventilated, and equipped with a fixed protection roof, and originally OEM packaged. •...

  • Page 15: Installation

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation Installation 4.5.1 Cooling It shall be observed that the maximum ambient temperature of 55° C is not exceeded. 4.5.2 Earthing Earthing shall be performed in accordance with the local regulations (terminal X1.1 / X 1.2)! Earthing is also achieved via EMC facilities (Y –...

  • Page 16: Connection Diagrams

    Installation Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager An overview of connection opportunities is displayed in the following figure: Figure 3: Connection Overview 4.5.4 Connection Diagrams As different connections may be necessary as contingent to the application, the connection diagrams are illustrated in groups. 4.5.4.1 Connection for Voltage Supply Page 16 of 52 Version 2008-03-11...

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation Figure 4: Connection Diagram for Voltage Supply 230V~;50/60 Hz Figure 5: Connection Diagram for Voltage Supply 110V~; 50/60 Hz Version 2007-12-05 Page 17 of 52...

  • Page 18: Connection For Network Load Optimization / Power Controller

    Power Controllers or Power Controllers groups during the network load optimization process. Up to 10 Power Controllers can be connected per channel. To operate a 2-wire shielded cable is required between Thyro-Power Manager and each Power Controller. Figure 6: Connection Diagram for Network Load Optimization Using Thyro-A...

  • Page 19: Connection For Network Peak-value Monitoring / Measurements

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation 4.5.4.3 Connection for Network Peak-Value Monitoring / Measurements External electrical current converters including load resistances are necessary for network peak-value monitoring and current measurement. Such must be designed so that a measurement voltage of 1V~ unfolds as operating at a nominal electrical current (voltage at the load resistance).

  • Page 20

    The internal resistance of the measurement device is 7540 Ohms. An AEG voltage converter (order no. 2 000 000 399) can be deployed as voltage transformer. This device possesses a transformer ratio of 16:1, and can primarily be used up to 690V.

  • Page 21: Connection For Analog Outputs

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation 4.5.4.4 Connection for Analog Outputs All measurement values may be read from one (or more) of the six analog outputs (0 – 10V). Standard setting: Output no.: Terminals: Standard output: X7.1 / X7.2 Converter 1 X7.3 / X7.4 Converter 2 X7.5 / X7.6...

  • Page 22: Connection For The Error And Alarm Output

    Installation Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 4.5.4.5 Connection for the Error and Alarm Output The Unit possesses an error and alarm output at the terminal X8. These are designed as potential-free optical coupler outputs. Figure 10: Connection Diagram for the Error and Alarm Output 4.5.4.6 Connection for Digital Outputs If the Unit is not deployed for network load optimization, but as I/O module, the 10 SYT outputs at the terminals X3 and X4 may be used as digital outputs.

  • Page 23: Connection Of Analog Dc Inputs

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Installation 4.5.4.7 Connection of Analog DC Inputs The Unit possesses 2 analog DC inputs, whose input values can be dip-switch selected. Three range intervals can be selected by the help of the dip-switches S1.1 to S1.4. Input 1 Input 2 Interval...

  • Page 24: Connection Of Analog Ac Inputs

    Installation Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 4.5.4.8 Connection of Analog AC Inputs If the Unit is not deployed for network peak-load monitoring, but as I/O module, the 3 transformer inputs at the terminal X5 may be used as analog AC inputs. The measurement range interval is 0 –...

  • Page 25: Shut-down, Dis-assembly

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Shut-Down, Dis-Assembly 5 Shut-Down, Dis-Assembly Shutdown and dis-assembly of the Unit may be performed for the reason of venue change or for disposal purposes. Safety Notes The following 5 safety rules must be complied with prior to the beginning of all work performed to the Unit: Attention Mains Voltage! Safety rules for work performed to electrical facilities:...

  • Page 26: Technical Data

    Technical Data Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 6 Technical Data Type Plate The following type plate is assembled to the right casing side: Figure 14: Type Plate Technical Data Type Thyro Power Manager Technical Data Voltage supply X1: Mains voltage: 230V~ -15% +10% 110V~ -15% +10% Power consumption:...

  • Page 27: Approval And Conformity

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Technical Data Analog outputs for X7 and X8: Output range interval: 0 - 10V Max. current: Output precision: +/- 1% (with reference to the final value) Analog DC inputs for X5 and X6: Input 1 and 2: Interval range: (X6.1 and X6.

  • Page 28: Dimensions And Weights

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager In detail: Conditions for Unit Operations Build-in Unit (VDE0160) DIN EN 50 178 General requirements DIN EN 60146-1-1:12.97 Conditions of operation DIN EN 60 146-1-1; K. 2.5 Venue of operations Industrial sector CISPR 6 Temperature behavior DIN EN 60 146-1-1;...

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description If load elements are deployed, whose resistance increases in the course of time (ageing), even a converter with enhanced design performance must possibly be implemented (for this, see chapter 7.2.3 on page 34). All of these negative effects may be avoided and be reduced to minimum measure by use of the Thyro Power Manager.

  • Page 30: Automatic Static Network Load Optimization

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Figure 16: Electric Current Distribution using Thyro Power Manager The maximum electrical current value is thus now that of a single power controller, and the start-up time Ts is now 10 * 3 = 30 periods. Thus, the formula may be derived to be: ×...

  • Page 31

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description Even groups of power controllers may be connected to an output instead of a single power controller (see also chapter 4.5.4.2 on page 18). In the course, each controller / group should provide equal power and carry equal load. Start-up times of the power controllers based...

  • Page 32: Manual Static Network Load Optimization

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 7.2.2 Manual Static Network Load Optimization In operations mode 2, the elementary period duration T0 (Poti R309) can be set manually and in various manners contingent to the number of power controllers (S2). Yet, a respective PC program or a bus connection is necessary for this.

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    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description T6 = 0 (from 0 – 9 ON), the time point is not capable for optimization Thus, the electrical current distribution changes as follows: Figure 19: Power Controller with Manual Connection for Network Load Optimization Employing Different Ts Values The adjustment of the start-up times is performed via a PC program as follows: Version 2007-12-05...

  • Page 34: Reduction Of Converter Type Performance Via Network Load Optimization

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Figure 20: Manual Time Allocation 7.2.3 Reduction Converter Type Performance Network Load Optimization If strongly-changing load resistance and heating elements are deployed, e.g. with a large Rwarm Rold ratio, and a group of power controllers are deployed to an input Rcold Rnew transformer under the use of the zero cross principle, the implementation of the Thyro Power...

  • Page 35: Additional Measurement Device

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description ≤ > n * P , thus it is derived that: n Load The facility must be designed (configuration of the voltage and the load resistances) so that the cycle ratio almost achieves the value 1 upon attaining the maximum load resistance value R (e.g.

  • Page 36: Zme Function

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager 7.3.1 ZME Function If electrical current or voltage converters are connected to the measurement inputs, the effective value is measured (throughout the integration time interval), and furthermore outputted as DC signal (0 – 10V) to the three analog outputs (see also chapter 4.5.4.4, page 21 for this).

  • Page 37: Monitoring Of Network Peak-load

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description 7.3.2 Monitoring of Network Peak-Load For the monitoring of network peak-load, the connecting process of the electrical current converters is performed in the same manner as with the ZME function (see above). For this, the three current converters should be located within the supply facility of the monitoring unit.

  • Page 38

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Figure 22: Actual Value Window Box of the PC Program for Power and Energy Measurements Page 38 of 52 Version 2008-03-11...

  • Page 39: Temperature Measurement

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Functional Description 7.3.5 Temperature Measurement The Thyro Power Manager possesses a temperature sensor. E.g. the temperature inside the switch cabinet can be measured and monitored with its help. The temperature value can be read via a PC program or bus system. Within the standard settings, it is also read out at analog output 5 (X7.9 / X7.10), whereby 10V = 100°...

  • Page 40: Messages

    Functional Description Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Messages Generally, messages are performed via LED, error and alarm output, PC program, or via the bus system. It can be adjusted via the PC program if a message should be read out via the error or alarm output.

  • Page 41: Display And Operating Elements

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Display and Operating Elements 8 Display and Operating Elements The Thyro Power Manager possesses three switches and two potentiometers, from which all basic functions can be adjusted. Significantly more parameters / functions can be set by help of the PC program and via the bus system.

  • Page 42: Switch S2 - Quantity

    Display and Operating Elements Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Switch S2 - Quantity For network load optimization, the number of connected power controllers or power controller groups can directly be set via the help of the rotary switch S2. The following table displays the adjustment possibilities: Switch Position: Number of Power Controllers...

  • Page 43: Switch S3 - Operating Mode

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Display and Operating Elements Switch S3 – Operating Mode The desired function or operating mode can directly be set via the help of the rotary switch S3. The following table displays the adjustment possibilities: Switch Position: Operating Mode: Not permitted Automatic static network load optimization...

  • Page 44

    Display and Operating Elements Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager As the potentiometer does not possess a scale, one can deploy analog output 6 (X8.1 / X8.2) as help for the setting (connect the voltmeter, range 0 – 10V). If the potentiometer is changed, (no PC mode) the analog output is automatically switched over to the output of the potentiometer value.

  • Page 45: Potentiometer R310

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Display and Operating Elements [s] (50Hz): T [periods]: Analog[V]: 5.36 5.71 6.07 6.43 7.32 1000 8.21 1250 9.11 1500 Table 13: Output Possibilities at the Analog Output Terminals The T0 time (in PC mode) can be set easily and precisely via the help of the PC program or via the bus system.

  • Page 46: Analog Outputs

    Display and Operating Elements Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Analog Outputs The Thyro Power Manager possesses six analog output terminals (0 – 10V). Different values may be read out from them (see also chapter 4.5.4.4 page 21 for this). The following values may be read out: Value: Output: Effective value converter 1...

  • Page 47: Leds

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Display and Operating Elements LEDs The Thyro Power Manager possesses 14 LEDs, which display different messages: Color Designation Message H100 Green POWER Electric current supply available H101 Green Operation H150 ERROR Error H151 Green ALARM Alarm H201-H210 Green...

  • Page 48: Commissioning

    Commissioning Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Figure 26:PC Interface Connection 9 Commissioning Safety Notes Mains Voltage - Danger! Activate the Unit only if it is secured that parts under voltage cannot be touched. Process of Commissioning The commissioning of the Unit is performed upon expert installation (see chapter 4 page 13 for this).

  • Page 49: Setting The Limiting Value For Monitoring

    Operations Manual Thyro Power Manager Commissioning If network load optimization is used, the number of power controllers or power controller groups must be set using the switch S2 (see chapter 8.2 auf page 42 for this). In PC mode, the setting can also be performed by help of the PC program. 9.2.3 Setting the Limiting Value for Monitoring If network peak load monitoring is used, limiting value must be set via the help of the...

  • Page 50: Operation

    AEG PSS and its distributors, without prior notice if no maintenance is performed to the Unit, and if purchased spare parts other than OEM AEG PSS or such other purchased by AEG PSS are used for maintenance and repair. 11.1 Repairs Expert personnel of the company AEG may only perform repairs made to the Unit.

  • Page 51: Indexes

    Fehler! Verweisquelle konnte nicht gefunden werden. Operations Manual Thyro A System 3A-xxx E (BT) 12 Indexes 12.1 Figure Index Figure 1: Block diagram .......................... 6 Figure 2: Thyro Power Manager with Terminals ..................7 Figure 3: Connection Overview ......................16 Figure 4: Connection Diagram for Voltage Supply 230V~ ..............

  • Page 52: Tables

    Table 1: Deployed Symbols........................9 Table 2: Installation / Dimensions and Weights ..................14 Table 3: Series Resistance Values for AEG Voltage Converter............20 Table 4: Standard Output Values for Analog Outputs ................21 Table 5: Range Interval Selection for the Connection of Analog DC Inputs ........23 Table 6: Technical Data.........................

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