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ABB Terra 54 User And Operation Manual

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Terra 54 / 54HV charger
User and Operation Manual
Rev 00
Date. 20/08/2020


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  • Page 1 — U S ER M AN UA L Terra 54 / 54HV charger User and Operation Manual Rev 00 Date. 20/08/2020...
  • Page 2 In no event shall ABB be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages of any nature or kind arising from the use of this document, nor shall ABB be liable for incidental or consequential damages arising from use of any software or hardware described in this document.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Glossary ................................4 1 Introduction ..............................5 Preface ................................5 Intended use of this document........................5 Intended use of the charger .......................... 5 Owner responsibilities ............................ 5 Signs ................................... 6 Safety regulations ............................7 2 Description of the product ........................... 8 Overview of the system ..........................
  • Page 4: Glossary

    Glossary User The driver of an EV who uses the charge Alternating Current. station. Combined Charging System. A universal AC and DC charging system CHAdeMO DC fast charging method for electric vehicles. Direct Current. Electric Vehicle. Owner The legal owner of the charger. OCPP Open Charge Point Protocol.
  • Page 5: Introduction

    • As a reference for site operators who are responsible for the charger’s operation on site, performing daily inspection and maintenance activities and who are able to perform simple trouble shooting activities, after instruction of a certified ABB technician. •...
  • Page 6: Signs

    ABB’s warranty. Neither ABB nor its affiliates shall be liable to the purchaser of this product or third parties for damages, losses, costs or expenses incurred by purchaser or third parties as...
  • Page 7: Safety Regulations

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER Safety regulations WARNING If a charge outlet is damaged, take the following steps: Do not use the damaged charge outlet. 2. Contact the owner / site operator. WARNING If there is an emergency Push the emergency stop.
  • Page 8: Description Of The Product

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER Description of the product Overview of the system The user operated components are indicated on Error! Reference source not found.. A. Touchscreen display B. Payment terminal C. Emergency button D. RFID reader E.
  • Page 9: Authorization To Charge

    RFID, PIN or mobile authentication methods. Operating a charger with authorization requires a subscription to a back office. Authorization can either be an ABB supplied standard solution, or from an external company offering authorization solutions via OCPP.
  • Page 10: Mid Certified Charger Identification

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER MID certified Charger identification The nameplate contains all information relating to the Deutsche Messe EV regulation for the measuring device calibration law. This is a field-installable upgrade. To recognize if a charger is compliance to MID Directive, Check the charger label. The product compliance is indicated by the info showed in the Highlighted box The Label reports all the necessary info to be compliance to 2014/32/EU MID directive.
  • Page 11 T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER User requirements obligations of the charge point operator and service provider Notes on measurement accuracy according to the type examination certificate Requirements for the operator of the charging device, which he must meet as a prerequisite for proper operation of the charging device.
  • Page 12 T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER to ensure that invoices, insofar as they are based on measured values, can be easily understood by the person for whom the invoices are intended for checking the measured values given and) If necessary, provide suitable aids for the purposes mentioned in number 1.
  • Page 13 T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER 12. All of the above obligations apply to the EMSP as the user of measured values in the sense of Section 33 MessEG even if it obtains the measured values from the charging facilities via a roaming service provider.
  • Page 14: Quick Instruction Charging

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER Quick instruction charging To charge an electric vehicle (EV): Park the EV with the charge inlet within reach of the connector, and turn it off. 2. Select the charging protocol on the display and follow the instructions on the screen.
  • Page 15 T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER NOTICE Limited information during AC charging When AC charging, there is limited information available on the display. Only charged energy (kWh) and elapsed time are shown. Due to the nature of the AC charging protocol it is not possible to show more information.
  • Page 16: Emergency Stop

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER NOTICE Stop by emergency button The charger stops the charge session when the emergency stop is pushed. Only push the emergency stop if there is an emergency! Emergency stop If there is an emergency: Push the emergency stop button (B in Error! Reference source not found.).
  • Page 17: Operator Instructions

    • Internal RCDs and RCBOs need to be tested on correct functioning on a regular basis. During the yearly maintenance visit, a check is advised, to be executed by a certified ABB technician. • Cable and connector → Check for cracks or ruptures on the connector or cable, check whether no internal wires of the cable are visible.
  • Page 18: Emergency Stop Inspection

    The site operator or helpdesk is the first response to a customer call. The helpdesk can remotely solve simple problems for the customer. In special cases the site operator with knowledge of the charger can be asked by ABB Service to report about the status of some internal components of the charger.
  • Page 19: Cabinet With Open Doors

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER WARNING Do not open the cabinet if you are not certified to work with high voltage and high current. 4.3.2 Cabinet with open doors A. Front door (with 1 connector holder only) B.
  • Page 20: Component View Open Front Door

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER 4.3.3 Component view open front door The main components as can be seen with an open front door, which is hold by a lever with hook. Figure 2 Charger front side component view RCBO control group DC power modules RCD group Main switch (mains isolator)
  • Page 21: Component View Right Side Door, Dc Side

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER 4.3.4 Component view right side door, DC side The side doors can only be opened from the inside. From the front side, the right side door can be opened by turning a single lever, located at half height. Figure 3 Charger right side component view Power module circuit breakers (5x) 24 V power supply...
  • Page 22: Component View Open Left Side Door, Ac Side

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER 4.3.5 Component view open left side door, AC side The side doors can only be opened from the inside. From the front side, the left side door can be opened by turning a single lever, located at half height. Figure 4 Charger left side component view AC relay MCB, 32 A or 63 A...
  • Page 23: Technical Functioning

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER Technical functioning 4.4.1 Normal operation When the charger is in operation (when idle; not charging), the default positions of the different switches and breakers are as follows: Front panel • RCBO control group (A): up.
  • Page 24: Switch The Charger On/Off

    T ERR A 5 4 / 5 4HV CHAR GER Switch the charger on/off In case it is necessary to switch off the charger, this can be done by turning off the main switch (C in Error! Reference source not found.): Open the front door.
  • Page 25: Preventive Maintenance

    The inside of the charger is heated to -12 °C • The humidity is below 80%. Preventive maintenance The charger must be inspected and serviced yearly by an ABB trained/certified technician. Compliance Conformity with the relevant community harmonization legislation EMC Directive - No. 2014/30/EU Low Voltage –...
  • Page 26: Contact Information

    Contact the site operator. The contact data of the site operator are usually shown on the charger. Please contact your local ABB Service organisation or Service partner for first line problem analysis and solving. In case they cannot solve the problem, they will contact the second line Service organisation.

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