Manual equalising: This function is often used as an initialising charge when the batteries are new. If batteries have been in storage for some time many manufacturers recommend that the batteries are charged at an elevated voltage for some time when first powered up. This period can be up to 72 hours depending on the state of charge of the battery (see the battery manufacturer’s data/recommendations before setting this value).  “In order to make sure the battery is fully charged, the following UI-charge method can be applied: Float charge 72 hours.” Other option they recommend is elevated voltage (like our Manual equalise) at 2.4Vpc for 16 hours, then float charge for 8 hours. 

Yes, although this is designated by default to be the CPU fail alarm, we can also use the relay1 output as a configurable relay.

To find the IP address:

The IP address can be read via the LCD front panel, or using the supplied PC software via the USB. 

If password is lost:

If the password lost is the webpage interface then the password can be reset via expert mode in the PC software via the USB connection 

The limits themselves are explanatory but each of these are used for different purposes:

  • Power limit is useful in managing system load on the supply. 
  • Current limit controls the output of the system, but care needs to be taken if a constant power load is used. 
  • Below is an excerpt from the help files. We do not typically enable either of these unless there is a specific need:

Since the rectifiers have been replaced from 848 to 848HE, the controller firmware will also need to be upgraded in order to align with the new RMs.

Yes, Enatel converters can be deployed in an existing system. However, our converters will take priority over the existing system by setting their output voltage slightly higher (~0.2V). If solar energy is available, our units will take preference in the delivery of power, but if our system reaches battery current limit the voltage will drop, and the existing system may also supply power to the battery creating a potential over current supply to the battery. If the standing load is larger than the capacity of the solar system or there are no batteries this will not be an issue. 
A bus will need to be added connecting the output as these converters will be talking to another system.

Yes, KWhr can be retrieved by SNMP. 

If you have web access to these systems. Log in to the config utility SW by remotely using the monitor IP address. 

Ensure that the settings are correct. Go to: Monitor >Power Module Control > Converter Control (right side)