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  • easYgen-2000 Series Manual Genset Control

    easYgen-2200/2300/2500 Software Version 1.0300 or higher

    37535C

  • © 2013

    Designed in Germany

    Woodward GmbH Handwerkstrasse 29 70565 Stuttgart Germany Telephone: +49 (0) 711 789 54-510 Fax: +49 (0) 711 789 54-101 email: [email protected] Internet: http://www.woodward.com

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  • Brief Overview

    Fig. 1: easYgen-2000 Series (housing variants) A easYgen-2200/2300

    (plastic housing with display) ..............

    1 Analog output and generator CT terminal 2 Mains/generator/busbar PT terminal 3 Service port connector (USB/RS-232)1 4 Relay outputs terminal 5 Discrete inputs terminal 6 easYgen-2200 Package P1: MPU input;

    easYgen-2200/2300 Package P2: CAN bus #2; easYgen-2300 Package 1: RS-485 serial inter‐ face

    7 CAN bus interface terminal #1

    B easYgen-2500 (plastic housing with display) ..............

    1 Analog output and generator CT terminal 2 Mains/generator/busbar PT terminal 3 Service port connector (USB/RS-232)1 4 Relay outputs terminal 5 Discrete inputs terminal 6 MPU input 7 CAN bus interface terminal #1 8 Analog input/outputs terminal and discrete

    inputs terminal 9 Relay outputs terminal 10 CAN bus interface terminal #2 11 RS-485 interface terminal

    1 Optional configuration cable for ToolKit configuration software and external extensions/applications required: – USB connector: DPC-USB direct configuration

    cable – P/N 5417-1251 – RS-232 connector: DPC-RS-232 direct configura‐

    tion cable – P/N 5417-557

    The easYgen-2000 Series are control units for engine-generator system management applications. The control units can be used in applications such as: co-genera‐ tion, stand-by, AMF, peak shaving, import/export or distributed generation.

    Brief Overview

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  • Fig. 2: Sample application setup A typical application mode for the control unit is the use for mains parallel operation. n In this case, the easYgen will function as an engine control with

    generator, mains and engine protection. n The control unit can open and close the generator circuit

    breaker (GCB) and the mains circuit breaker (MCB).

    For a listing of additional application modes and setups please refer to chapter Ä Chapter 6 “Application” on page 365.

    The easYgen-2200/2300/2500 controllers are available in different packages. The differences are listed below.

    Sample application setup

    Packages

    Brief Overview

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  • easYgen-200 0 Series

    easYgen-2200 easYgen-2300 easYge n-2500

    Package P1

    Package P2

    Package P1 Package P2 Package P1

    MPU input 31 --- --- --- 31

    Discrete inputs 8 8 8 8 10

    Relay outputs 6 6 6 6 11

    Analog inputs 3 3 3 3 4

    Analog out‐ puts

    1 1 2 2 4

    Mains current measurement

    1 1 --- --- 1

    CAN bus inter‐ faces

    1 2 1 2 2

    RS-485 inter‐ face

    --- --- 1 --- 1

    1 The MPU input (if available) or an external ECU signal can be used as speed source.

    The following parts are included in the scope of delivery. Please check prior to the installation that all parts are present.

    Fig. 3: Scope of delivery - schematic A easYgen-2200/2300/2500 genset control B Product CD-ROM (configuration software and

    manual) C Clamp fastener installation material - 4x

    D Screw kit installation material - 8x E easYgen-2300 only: external resistor (500

    Ohms)

    To create a *.WSET file with ToolKit (select “Save from Device to File”) please use the US version of the *.WTOOL file. This must be done this way for devices running software version 1.00xx. Failure to do so causes problems to import the *.WSET file via ToolKit (select “Load Settings File to Device”) if the device is running software version 1.01xx or higher. Please refer to Ä Chapter 5.1.2 “Install ToolKit Config‐ uration Files” on page 339 for details.

    Scope of delivery

    Save/load *.WSET file

    Brief Overview

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  • Brief Overview

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  • Table of contents 1 General Information................................................................................................................ 17

    1.1 About This Manual.................................................................................................................... 17 1.1.1 Revision History........................................................................................................................ 17 1.1.2 Depiction Of Notes And Instructions......................................................................................... 21 1.2 Copyright And Disclaimer.......................................................................................................... 22 1.3 Service And Warranty............................................................................................................... 22 1.4 Safety........................................................................................................................................ 23 1.4.1 Intended Use............................................................................................................................. 23 1.4.2 Personnel.................................................................................................................................. 23 1.4.3 General Safety Notes................................................................................................................ 24 1.4.4 Protective Equipment And Tools............................................................................................... 27

    2 System Overview..................................................................................................................... 29

    2.1 Display And Status Indicators................................................................................................... 29 2.2 Hardware Interfaces (Terminals)............................................................................................... 29 2.3 Application Modes Overview..................................................................................................... 30

    3 Installation............................................................................................................................... 33

    3.1 Mount Unit (Plastic Housing)..................................................................................................... 33 3.1.1 Clamp Fastener Installation....................................................................................................... 35 3.1.2 Screw Kit Installation................................................................................................................. 36 3.2 Setup Connections.................................................................................................................... 38 3.2.1 Terminal Allocation.................................................................................................................... 38 3.2.2 Wiring Diagrams........................................................................................................................ 40 3.2.3 Power Supply............................................................................................................................ 45 3.2.4 Charging Alternator................................................................................................................... 46 3.2.5 Voltage Measuring.................................................................................................................... 47 3.2.5.1 Generator Voltage..................................................................................................................... 47 3.2.5.2 Mains Voltage............................................................................................................................ 54 3.2.5.3 Busbar Voltage.......................................................................................................................... 60 3.2.6 Current Measuring..................................................................................................................... 66 3.2.6.1 Generator Current..................................................................................................................... 66 3.2.6.2 Mains Current............................................................................................................................ 68 3.2.6.3 Ground Current......................................................................................................................... 69 3.2.7 Power Measuring...................................................................................................................... 70 3.2.8 Power Factor Definition............................................................................................................. 71 3.2.9 Magnetic Pickup Unit (MPU)..................................................................................................... 72 3.2.10 Discrete Inputs.......................................................................................................................... 74 3.2.11 Relay Outputs (LogicsManager)................................................................................................ 76 3.2.12 Analog Inputs............................................................................

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