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LG ED05K000E00 Installation Manual

LG ED05K000E00 Installation Manual

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Document : ESS-01-ED05K000E00-EN-161213
Status : 12/2016
Energy Storage
Please read this manual carefully before installing your
set and retain it for future reference.


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  • Page 1 Document : ESS-01-ED05K000E00-EN-161213 Status : 12/2016 INSTALLATION MANUAL Energy Storage System Please read this manual carefully before installing your set and retain it for future reference. MODEL ED05K000E00 *MFL69509601*
  • Page 2: Getting Started

    Getting Started Safety Information IMPORTANT : THIS PRODUCT SHOULD NOT BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN THE PURPOSE DESCRIBED IN THIS INSTALLATION MANUAL. Indicates a potentially dangerous situation. Death or serious injury may result WARNING if appropriate precautions are not taken. y There is high possibility of electric shock or serious burns due to the high voltages in power conditioning circuits.
  • Page 3 Getting Started Indicates a situation where damage or injury could occur. If it is not avoided, CAUTION minor injury and/or damage to property may result. y Ensure that you connect the earth ground wire to prevent possible electric shock. Do not try to ground the product by connecting it to telephone wires, lightning rods or gas pipes.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Table of Contents Getting Started Safety Information ..............2 Product Features .
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Troubleshooting Error Codes and Messages ............40 PCS error codes .
  • Page 6: Product Features

    The electricity generated from a PV array can be stored to the connected battery or sold to energy supply companies. y DC-Coupled ESS LG ESS can achieve higher system eficiency due to simpler power conversion process. y Three-Phase Connection 3-phase connection secures phase balancing.
  • Page 7 Getting Started Symbol used on the label Label Symbol Description Direct current input Three phase four wire alternating current conductor This product is protected against insertion of ingers and will not damaged during a speciied test IP21 in which it is exposed to vertically dripping water.
  • Page 8 Getting Started Abbreviations on this manual Abbreviation Designation Explanation Energy Storage System Inverter system that stores energy into a battery and uses it. Power Conditioning A device intended to convert DC electricity generated from PV System system to AC electricity and feed it to household appliances. Photovoltaic Solar panel system that converts solar energy into direct current electricity...
  • Page 9: Unpacking

    Getting Started Unpacking Contents of this product Power conditioning system (1EA) Installation Manual and Upper wall bracket (1EA) Operating Manual (1EA each) Middle wall bracket (1EA) BMS cable (3m, 1EA) Additional components for installation Applied to Additional Components y Stainless steel screws with diameter 6 mm - 8mm y Anchors Wall mounting y MC4 connectors...
  • Page 10: Name Of Each Part

    Getting Started Name of each part Front and Rear A Front Cover E Upper bracket connected part B LCD touch panel F Lower bracket connected part (Left) C LED Indications G Lower bracket connected part (Right) D Lower Cover H Lower wall bracket LED indications Power Solar Battery...
  • Page 11: Lower Parts

    Getting Started Lower parts A PV switch (DC Disconnect) E BMS control connector B PV1(+ and -) connectors F Meter/LAN cable gland C PV2 (+ and -) connectors G AC grid cable gland D Battery DC cable gland Inner parts (lower cover opened) A Power Switch E Ethernet port B Buzzer...
  • Page 12: Installation

    Installation Choice of location Mounting Location y This product is designed to be installed indoor use only. Do not install this product outdoor. y Install this product on the place where PV cables, smart meter cables, grid cables and battery cables are easily accessible. y This product is designed to be installed on the wall only.
  • Page 13: Minimum Clearance

    Installation y Do not install this product to highly humid area such as bathroom. y This product generates low levels of noise at certain times, it should not be installed close to living areas. y Noise level may differ depending on the installed location. y Do not install the product where there is vibration.
  • Page 14: Wall Mounting

    Installation Wall Mounting This product must be installed on the wall considering appropriate environments described in previous pages. Follow the mounting instruction described below exactly and securely. Disassemble the lower wall bracket from the product. Place the upper wall bracket on a wall where meets every installation conditions and clearance.
  • Page 15 Installation Assemble the upper wall bracket and middle wall bracket and ix it with screw. Assemble the lower wall bracket and middle wall bracket. And indicate the positions to drill using a pencil or the like. After making indications, disassemble the lower wall bracket.
  • Page 16 Installation Hang this product to the upper wall bracket. Make sure that at least two persons work together to move the product. Check the screw holes at the bottom are matched with lower bracket holes correctly. And ix the product with screws removed from the lower wall bracket in step 1.
  • Page 17: Connections

    Installation Connections Connection Overview PV Array 1 Power Grid PV Array 2 Smart Meter Internet Battery WARNING y Electrical shock hazard. Do not touch uninsulated wires when the PCS cover is removed. y Before starting electrical cable connections or removing the cover, turn off the AC circuit breaker, PV switch and DC circuit breaker of the battery.
  • Page 18: Pv Array Connections

    Installation PV array connections You can connect up to two PV arrays directly to the MC4 connectors on this product. WARNING Make sure the AC circuit breaker, PV switch and DC circuit breaker of the battery are disconnected before starting electrical cable connections. CAUTION y Before connecting PV array, make sure that the open circuit voltage of PV array is less than 800 V.
  • Page 19 Installation WARNING y Do not mismatch the connection of the electric poles + to - and - to + when installing. It may cause electric shock or the product may permanently be damaged. y Do not connect the PV cable from one PV array to the PV1+, PV2- or PV1-, PV2+ connectors on the product.
  • Page 20: Battery Connections

    Installation Battery connections You can connect a battery to this product. The electricity generated from the connected PV array will be stored in the battery. The battery for this product are not included with this product package. Before connecting the battery to this product, install the battery on the place where the battery cables are easily accessible to this product.
  • Page 21 Installation Insert the battery DC cables into the cap of the cable gland and insert the cables into two holes of the rubber itting one by one. NOTE y For DC cables of battery connections, the cross-sectional area of lead wire between 2.5 mm and 4 mm is recommended.
  • Page 22 Installation Insert each wire-end to the corresponding ferrule-hole in the Battery DC terminals and tighten the cable tie securely. Battery DC Terminals (–) Black wire Red wire CAUTION Incorrect battery polarity will damage the product. This damage is not covered by the warranty.
  • Page 23: Power Grid Connections

    Installation Power grid connections To use or sell the generated energy through power grid connection, you should connect power grid to this product. This product converts DC electricity generated from PV array to AC electricity. The generated energy can be sold to the electric utility or used for the household appliance. WARNING Make sure the AC circuit breaker, PV switch and DC circuit breaker of the battery are disconnected before starting electrical cable connections.
  • Page 24 Installation Insert an AC cable through the AC cable gland. WARNING Before connecting an AC cable, make sure that the AC circuit breaker of the power grid is turned off securely. Insert the AC cable into the cap of cable gland before inserting cable into the product.
  • Page 25 Installation Insert remaining wire-ends to the corresponding ferrule-hole in the AC terminal. NOTE y The N (neutral) hole in the AC terminal must be connected to the N(neutral) terminal of the AC circuit breaker on the distribution box correctly. Otherwise the product could be damaged seriously. y The PE (Protective Earth) grounding connector must be connected to the G (Grounding) terminal of the distribution box correctly.
  • Page 26: Smart Meter And Internet Connection

    Installation Smart meter and internet connection The smart meter connection is required to get information of energy low. The Smart Meter for this product is not included with this product package. Before connecting the smart meter to this product, install the smart meter.
  • Page 27 Installation Disassemble the lower cover from the product. Insert the cables into the product through Meter/LAN cable gland. NOTE The total length of smart meter cable and LAN cable must be 30 m or less. Strip the LAN cable and attach a RJ-45 plug at the end of the cable.
  • Page 28 Installation Strip the additional grounding wire about 15 mm and insert a round terminal into the wire. And then connect the additional grounding wire to the additional grounding connector (mandatory, Torque of 1.5 ± 0.3 N.m) NOTE The additional grounding connector must be connected to the G (Grounding) terminal of the distribution box correctly.
  • Page 29: Settings

    Settings Installer settings When this product is turned on for the irst time, settings in [Installer settings] menu must be set by authorized service personnel. Before starting [Installer Settings], make sure that physical connection and installation are done as described in this manual exactly and securely.
  • Page 30: [Network] Settings

    Settings [Network] settings If there is a DHCP server on the local area network (LAN) via wired connection, this product will be automatically allocated an IP address. After making the physical connection, a small number of home networks may require the network setting to be adjusted. Tab [Network] on [Installer Settings].
  • Page 31: [Pv/Meter] Settings

    Settings NOTE Notes on internet Connection: y Some internet connection operations may not be possible due to certain restrictions set by the Internet service provider (ISP) supplying your broadband Internet connection. y A 10 Base-T or 100 Base-TX LAN port is required for wired connection to this product. If your internet service does not allow for such a connection, you will not be able to connect this product.
  • Page 32: [Pcs/Battery] Settings

    Settings [PCS/Battery] settings You can set battery use and operation. Tab [PCS/Battery] on [Installer Settings]. PCS and battery information is displayed. [PCS] [PV Feed-in Limitation] is displayed. The value can be changed manually. 1. Select the currently selected value. Input menu appears on the screen.
  • Page 33: [Operating Test] Settings

    Settings [Operating Test] settings This is the last stage at setting process. Before operating this product, [Operating Test] must be done for checking all the systems are ready to run. If [Operating Test] is not proceeded, this product does not work. Tab [Operating Test] on [Installer Settings].
  • Page 34: [Firmware/Reset] Settings

    Settings [Firmware/Reset] settings Firmware Upgrade You can upgrade the irmware to the latest version using USB storage device. Tab [Firmware/Reset] on [Installer Settings]. [Firmware Upgrade] tab and [Factory Reset] tab are displayed. For irmware upgrade, select [Firmware Upgrade]. Before starting irmware upgrade, download the latest irmware to a USB storage device and insert it into the USB port on this product.
  • Page 35: [Change Password] Settings

    Settings [Change Password] settings You can change the password for entering [Installer settings] menu. Tab [Change Password] on [Installer Settings]. Change Password menu is displayed. Tab [Change]. Input menu for new password is displayed. repeatedly to delete the current password and input the new password.
  • Page 36: Enervu Settings

    This product must be connected to internet. Check [Network] setting menu in the LCD touch panel of the product. y The system owner must create a LG ESS account before registering the product. Refer to ‘Creating a new account (Owner)’ section below.
  • Page 37 On the account creation page, select [CONFIRM] to complete creating your account. Select [SIGN IN] to go to the [SIGN IN WITH LG ACCOUNT] page. Input your [User ID] and [Password] and select [SIGN IN]. Available LG account services are displayed on the screen.
  • Page 38: Creating A New Account (Installer)

    Settings Creating a new account (Installer) On your browser, visit LG EnerVu page at Select [Installer]. The [Installer Sign In] page appears. Select [Sign Up]. The [Sign Up] page appears. Fill your mail address in [Email] ield and select [Check].
  • Page 39: Registering The Pcs (Installer)

    Settings Registering the PCS (Installer) On your browser, visit LG EnerVu page at Select [Installer]. The [Installer Sign In] page appears. And then input the installer’ s e-mail address and the password and select [Installer Sign In]. If the installer does not have an account, select [Sign Up] and make a new installer account.
  • Page 40: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Error Codes and Messages PCS error codes Code Message Description Solution P301 BMS CAN Comm Fault Communication error with the Contact service center. connected battery for over 10 seconds. P302 PMS Comm Fault Communication error on PCS Fault Reset & Restart system.
  • Page 41 Troubleshooting P201 PV A Over Volt P Voltage level of PV A is higher Automatically reboot within a than the limitation. minute. P202 PV B Over Volt P Voltage level of PV B is higher Automatically reboot within a than the limitation. minute.
  • Page 42: Battery Error Codes

    Troubleshooting P102 Batt Over Curr W Current level of Battery is Warning higher than the limitation. P103 Batt Under Volt W Voltage level of Battery is lower Warning than the limitation. P104 PV Low Power W PV power is lower than Warning limitation.
  • Page 43 Troubleshooting B316 Curr Sensor Line E Current sensor line error Contact service center. B317 Temp Sensor Error Temperature sensor error Contact service center. B318 MBMS ASIC LOC Internal error has been Contact service center. detected. B319 RBMS Ref V Error Voltage level of the battery Contact service center.
  • Page 44 Firmware version, Error codes and Fault conditions on the lists can be accessed on the display. And those can also be accessed from the server. If you have any technical problem or question, please contact the service center below. Address : LG Electronics Deutschland GmbH Berliner Straße 93 40880 Ratingen Germany Tel.
  • Page 45: Appendix

    Appendix Maintenance Cleaning the product To clean this product, use a soft, dry cloth. If the surfaces are extremely dirty, use a soft cloth lightly moistened with a mild detergent solution. Do not use strong solvents such as alcohol, benzene, or thinner, as these might damage the surface of the product.
  • Page 46 Appendix C Turn off the AC circuit breaker in the distribution box. And wait at least 10-minute standby period of time to complete discharging this product. Disassemble the lower cover from the product. Disconnect the Ethernet, smart meter, BMS cables from the product. Disconnect the PV1 and PV2 connector from the product.
  • Page 47: Checking The Pcs Setting Information

    Appendix Checking the PCS setting information Installer can see current PCS settings as below. Tab [ ] on the main screen and tab [Installer Settings] option. [Installer Log In] menu appears on the screen. Input ‘pcs’ and tab [space] for more than 2 seconds in [Installer Log In] menu.
  • Page 48: Specifications

    Appendix Speciications General Dimensions (W x H x D) 493 mm x 670 mm x 185 mm Net weight (approx.) 34 kg Operating temperature 0 °C to 40 °C Operating humidity 60 % Max. eficiency (PV to grid) 95.7 % AC input/output Rated grid voltage 3-NPE 400 V / 230 V...
  • Page 49 Appendix Battery input / output Battery manufacturer LG Chem Battery model name ED00064CN00.ADG3TUH Battery capacity 6.4 kWh Rated voltage 207.2 V Operating voltage range 168 V to 232.4 V Constant current / constant voltage Standard charging condition 0.3 C (9.45 A) current, charging voltage 232.4 V (at 25 °C)

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