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09/08/2018
OPERATING MANUAL
Energy Storage
System
Please read this manual carefully before Installing
your set and retain it for future reference.
MODEL
D005KD1N111
http://www.lg.com/de/business/solar
*MFL70421101*
Copyright © 2018 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.

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  • Page 1: Using Enervu

    09/08/2018 OPERATING MANUAL Energy Storage System Please read this manual carefully before Installing your set and retain it for future reference. MODEL D005KD1N111 http://www.lg.com/de/business/solar *MFL70421101* Copyright © 2018 LG Electronics Inc. All Rights Reserved.
  • 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 WARNING injury may result 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 CAUTION it is not avoided, minor injury and/or damage to property may result. y This product is intended for residential use only and should not be used for commercial or industrial.
  • Page 4 AC source or generator. Connecting the product to external devices could result in serious damage to your equipment. y Serving of batteries should be performed or supervised by LG service person or trained installer. y The battery does not discharged when the load is under the certain level.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Transferring your system to other owner . Connecting to a mobile device ...12 Installing 'LG EnerVu Plus' App ..12 Appendix Connect via home Wi-Fi ....13 Maintenance .
  • 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 efficiency due to simpler power conversion process. y Three-Phase Connection 3-phase connection secures phase balancing.
  • Page 7 Getting Started Abbreviations on this manual Abbreviation Designation Explanation Energy Storage Inverter system that stores energy into a battery and System uses it. Power Conditioning A device intended to convert DC electricity generated System from PV system to AC electricity and feed it to household appliances.
  • Page 8 Getting Started Glossary Terms Explanation Azimuth In the Northern hemisphere, the azimuth angle indicates by how much degrees the module surface deviates from a full south aspect. In the southern hemisphere, it indicates the deviation from a full north aspect. The azimuth angle is counted with positive values within the range from south (0°) to west (90°) and it counted with negative values within the range from south (0°) to east (-90°).
  • Page 9: Name Of Each Part

    Getting Started Name of each part Front and Rear A PCS body D Bracket connected part B LED Indications E Screw holes for wall mounting C Lower Cover...
  • Page 10: Led Indications

    Getting Started LED indications Color Description Grid is not connected. Power White Grid is connected. White (Blink) PCS Fault Energy is not being generated. Solar Green Energy is being generated. White (Blink) PCS Fault Stand by Green Battery is in charging Battery Blue Battery is in discharging...
  • Page 11: Bottom

    Getting Started Bottom A Battery DC cable connector H Meter connector B BMS control connector I Heat pump connector (Not supported) C PV1(+ and -) connectors J Wireless connection button D PV2 (+ and -) connectors K Wi-Fi dongle port (USB type) E PV switch (DC Disconnect) L Additional PE connection hole F DRM port (Not supported)
  • Page 12: Operating

    Operating Connecting to a mobile device To connect the system to a mobile device, the LG EnerVu Plus mobile application must be installed on your mobile device. Search and download ‘LG EnerVu Plus’ application from Apple App store or Google Play store.
  • Page 13: Connect Via Home Wi-Fi

    Check the [Network] setting menu on the system. y Note the SSID of your home network. Run ‘LG EnerVu Plus’ app on your mobile device. Tap [Connect via Home Wi-Fi] in the connection method selection screen.
  • Page 14: Connect Directly To Ess

    Select the SSID of your home network. Connect directly to ESS Run ‘LG EnerVu Plus’ app on your mobile device. If it is the first time to connect to the system, connection method selection screen appears.
  • Page 15 Operating Press and hold the wireless connection button on the system until [WLAN] LED is lights in blue. On your mobile device, tap [OK] to go to the next step. NOTE If the connection has not been made for 5 minutes, the [WLAN] LED lights green and the Wi-Fi signal is disabled.
  • Page 16 Android : If the connection is successful, main screen appears as shown in the figure. iOS : If the connection is successful, run [LG EnerVu Plus] app to display the main screen as shown in the figure.
  • Page 17: About Main Screen

    Operating About main screen The main screen displays and indicates current ESS status in the ESS status menu area. And you can check the several settings and information in the ESS setting menu and ESS Information menu areas. EnerVu web page link ESS Setting menu y Language y Battery...
  • Page 18: Ess Status Menu

    Operating ESS Status menu The main screen displays and indicates current ESS status briefly. When you select an area indicated above, it displays detailed information. NOTE y The displayed values are not exact values. The values may differ from actual values. y Please turn on the AP again, if there is a problem at connection with AP.
  • Page 19 Operating Displays the [Energy Overview] information on the screen. Today’s self-consumption rate : Displays rate of the consumed energy amount from ESS today. This month’s CO2 reduction : Displays monthly amonut of CO2 reduction. Generation: Displays generated energy information. Feed-in : Displays consumed energy information.
  • Page 20 Operating Displays detailed status of energy consumed in household. Load Power : Current power consumed in household Today Total consumption : Amount of consumed energy today From PV : Amount of energy from PV to household today From Battery : Amount of energy from the battery to household today From Grid : Amount of energy from the power grid to household today...
  • Page 21 Operating Displays charging and discharging status of the battery briefly. Battery Status : Charging/Discharging/ Standby Battery SOC: Current SOC (state of charge) level Winter Mode : Shows winter mode status. DC Power : Current output power from battery Today Charging : Amount of charged energy to the battery today.
  • Page 22: Ess Setting Menu

    Operating ESS Setting menu You can adjust general settings of the system. Select [main screen] > [ ] to display the [Setting] screen. Language Select [ ] > [Language] to display the language selection screen. Select the desired language between [Deutsch] and [English].
  • Page 23: Quick Install Guide

    Operating Quick install guide Select [ ] > [Quick install guide] to display the install guidance screen. You can check the brief installation instruction on the [Quick install Guide] screen.
  • Page 24: Open Source

    In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download. LG Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost of media, shipping, and handling) upon email request to opensource@lge.com.
  • Page 25: Ess Information Menu

    Operating ESS information menu Energy Analysis On [Energy Analysis], you can check the statistical information of this system. You can review the amount of energy generated, consumed, sold and purchased on this system. The statistical data of the day, week, month and year are supported. PV Graph Analyzes the energy generated and sold from PV within selected period and displays as a graph.
  • Page 26 Operating Battery Graph Analyzes the energy charged and discharged on the battery within selected period and displays as a graph. Select [Batt Graph] on [Energy Analysis]. Charged energy is marked with green, discharged energy is marked with purple, and current status of the battery is marked with yellow on the line graph.
  • Page 27 Operating Load Graph Analyzes the energy consumed and purchased from grid within selected period and displays as a graph. Select [Load Graph] on [Energy Analysis]. Consumed energy is marked with green, and purchased energy is marked with purple. You can change the period by tapping [Day], [Week], [Month] and [Year].
  • Page 28: System Information

    Operating System Information Displays system information of this ESS. You can check information on PCS, battery and network status. Scroll up or down to display next or previous information.
  • Page 29: Using Enervu System

    Using EnerVu system When this product is connected to the internet, you can check variety of information such as system status, information, report using LG EnerVu web monitoring system. NOTE End users do not have to register in the EnerVu service. However, if the end user does not use this service, it is not possible to enable maintenance via remote service (such as firmware update) over the Internet.
  • Page 30 Using EnerVu Fill your mail address in [User ID] field and select [CHECK AVAILABILITY]. Fill in [Password], [Password confirm] and [Birthday] fields and select [CONFIRM]. The e-mail confirmation page appears. A confirmation e-mail will be sent to your e-mail address. On your e-mail, select [CONFIRM] to complete the e-mail confirmation.
  • Page 31 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 32: Checking Enervu Activation

    Using EnerVu Checking EnerVu activation On your browser, visit LG EnerVu page at http://enervu.lg-ess.com. On your mobile app, select [ ] to open the LG EnerVu page with a mobile browser. Input your [User ID] and [Password] and select [SIGN IN].
  • Page 33 Using EnerVu If a pop-up message on the left appears on the screen, contact the installer to activate your system.
  • Page 34: Overview Of My Enervu Page

    Using EnerVu Overview of my EnerVu page When you enter the main page of your EnerVu, you can find and check various information related to your system. Weather Displays the weather of the location the system has been installed. This page provides you System Log Displays the system fault.
  • Page 35 Using EnerVu System Overview Displays the status of the system. This page provides you with system information such as current power generated from PV, power purchased from grid, power charged/discharged from the battery. ALL the information is renewed every 10 seconds.. Analysis On this page, you can make a statistical graph of the...
  • Page 36: Making A Statistical Graph

    Using EnerVu Making a statistical graph You can make a daily, monthly or an yearly graph of statistical data for energy management on your system. Select the [Day], [Month], [Year] or [Total] option to make a graph of statistical data. 1.
  • Page 37 Using EnerVu...
  • Page 38 Using EnerVu 4. There are several options at the bottom of a graph, click each option to show or hide the statistical information on the graph. Available options differ depending on the graph. Refer to table described below for more information of graph options.
  • Page 39 Using EnerVu Generation Amount of generated energy from Energy Graph Grid feed-in Amount of sold energy to the power grid. Charging Amount of energy that charged to the battery. Energy Discharging Amount of used energy from the Graph battery. State of charge Consumption Amount of used energy from ESS.
  • Page 40: Checking System Event

    Using EnerVu Checking system event When you select the [Event] tab, the page shows a list of issues occurred such as system fault, warning. 1. Select the [Event] tab on the left side of the screen. A list of issues such as system faults, warnings appears on the screen.
  • Page 41 Using EnerVu Select to download the statistical data as Excel. Select to print the statistical data.
  • Page 42: Transferring Your System To Other Owner

    Note the email address of recipient. y The email address of recipient must be registered as a LG member. If the recipient is still not a LG member, an automatic email requesting to become a member will be sent to the recipient.
  • Page 43: Appendix

    Appendix Maintenance Cleaning the product Wipe off the outside of the product with a soft towel with lukewarm water and wipe it with a clean hand towel so that dirt will not occur when using a neutral detergent. When cleaning the outside of the product, do not brush it with a rough brush, toothpaste, or flammable materials.
  • Page 44: Contact

    If you have technical problems or questions, contact installation company or LGE. 1. Installation Company Address : Tel : 2. LGE LG Electronics ESS | Solar Service LG Electronics Deutschland GmbH E-Service Haberkorn GmbH Alfred-Herrhausen-Allee 3-5 Augustenhöhe 7 65760 Eschborn 06493 Harzgerode Tel.
  • Page 45 In case this product contains a battery incorporated within the product which cannot be readily removed by end-users, LG recommends that only qualified professionals remove the battery, either for replacement or for recycling at the end of this product’ s working life. To prevent damage to the product, and for their own safety, users should not attempt to remove the battery and should contact LG Service Helpline, or other independent service providers for advice.
  • Page 46: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications DC Input Max. input voltage 800 V Min. input voltage 210 V Max. DC power 6,6 kW (3,3 kW per MPPT) Input voltage range MPPT 210-680 V at rated AC output power Number of MPPT Number of string per MPPT Max.
  • Page 47 Appendix Battery Battery Type Lithium Polymer Max Charge(Discharge) Power 3.0 kW Capacity (Expandable) 6.4 kWh (Max. 12.8 kWh) 90 % Current Capacity 31.5 Ah Rated Input Voltage 207.2 V Efficiency (PCS) Max. Efficiency (PV to Grid) 97.7 % European Efficiency (PV to Grid) 96 % General Data 408 / 490 / 185 (PCS)
  • Page 48: Open Source Software Notice Information

    In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download. LG Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost of media, shipping, and handling) upon email request to opensource@lge.com.
  • Page 49: Limited Warranty

    Limited Warranty LIMITED WARRANTY This is the LIMITED WARRANTY policy (hereinafter “ LIMITED WARRANTY”) of the LG Electronics, Inc. (‘LGE’)from which you (‘Purchaser’) purchase LG ESS System product. This LIMITED WARRANTY is applicable only to LG ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEM (PCS + Battery) product (hereinafter ‘PRODUCT(S)’) purchased.
  • Page 50 (b) improper wiring, installation, incorrect electrical current, voltage, components or handling; (c) improper or incorrectly performed maintenance, operation or modification; (d) repairs not in accordance with LG’ s instructions; (e) inappropriate handling during storage, packaging or transportation; (f) environmental pollution such as soot, salt damage, or acid rain;...
  • Page 51 6. Obtaining Warranty Performance Customers who believe they have a justified claim covered by this LIMITED WARRANTY must immediately notify the authorized LGE representative, or contact LGE directly by writing to: LG Electronics Deutschland GmbH Alfred-Herrhausen-Allee 3-5 65760 Eschborn Deutschland Tel.
  • Page 53 How to subscribe to LG ESS web monitoring system Please read this manual carefully before Installing your set and retain it for future reference. http://www.lg.com/de/business/solar...
  • Page 54 Table of Contents Sign up Accept terms Input ID Confirm e-mail Sign in Activation Notice of activation p.10 Check system p.11 NOTE Since system information is shared by the installer, in order to protect your privacy if you do not wish to register, you do not have to do it.
  • Page 55: Sign Up

    Sign up Visits the web site http://enervu.lg-ess.com/. Select the link ‘Sign Up’ if you have not joined the LG accout service, otherwise ‘Sign In’ .
  • Page 56: Accept Terms

    Accept terms Check ‘Select All’ and select ‘ A GREE’ .
  • Page 57: Input Id

    Input ID a Fill in User ID field and select ‘CHECK AVAILABILITY’ button. b Check if e-mail is valid for use when pop-up message ‘Email valid for use’ appears. c Fill in Password and Password confirm fields. d Fill in Birthday fields. e Select ‘CONFIRM’...
  • Page 58: Confirm E-Mail

    Confirm e-mail a Check EMAIL CONFIRMATION notice and select CONFIRM. b When e-mail is delivered, open “LG Account e-mail authentication” . (Any new accounts with e-mails that are not verified within 48 hours of sign- up will be deleted)
  • Page 59 Select ‘CONFIRM’ after checking LG Account e-mail authentication The message ‘LG Account creation complete’ shows up.
  • Page 60: Sign In

    Sign in Visit the web site http://enervu.lg-ess.com/. a Select the menu ‘Sign In’ . b Input e-mail and password. c Select ‘SIGN IN’ .
  • Page 61: Activation

    Activation You can see the screen on the left when the registration and activation are completed. You can see the screen on the left when the registration is in incomplete status. Input the registration number printed in the label attached outside of the PCS and select [Check] to complete the registration and activation.
  • Page 62: Notice Of Activation

    Notice of activation If installer activates your ESS, the e-mail notice of activation of the ESS is sent to the your e-mail.
  • Page 63: Check System

    Check system Now you can see your own ESS. Visits the web site http://enervu.lg-ess.com/. a Select the menu ‘Sign In’ . b Input e-mail and password. c Select ‘SIGN IN’ .
  • Page 64 d You can see your own ESS. If the title ‘Last Report Time’ does not exist, ESS has not yet reported the data for 10 minutes period.