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Installing a Ziehl 101E Anti-Islanding Relay (SA Settings)


Jaco De Jongh
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Just a few things to remember when installing a Ziehl 

  • You will need the following:

Ziehl1.JPG.0ff10d32e25b5f7f23a77b1f27724fb6.JPG AND One or two 63A contactors  Schn.JPG.610aff8b461f678081e725cf29d38795.JPG

 

  • Install using the following connection diagram.
  • Ziehl.JPG.0915de11bf8da48b9e3f529290bcdb54.JPG  
  • Please remember to bridge L1 - L2 - L3 when single phase are used. 
  • Return wires (Feedback from Contactors) are not required in SA.
  • I have used 48VDC to power the unit, but you can can chose to use the grid voltage.
  • I have used grid voltage to switch the contactors. 
  • I have Chosen 63Amp Din rail mount DB contactors (Schneider) 

 

  • Putting the unit into programming mode:
  • Switch the supply on. 
  • Look at the following picture. Set.JPG.82d0e2c114f6ebe81cd6cb235cc7f597.JPG
  • The unit comes with the seal not in place. 
  • If the Led between the 2 locks are Red, slightly lift the key cover and turn it 180 degree. While turning you will see a Small blue pin like switch behind the key cover. 
  • Use the key cover and press down firmly on the blue pin for 2 seconds. 
  • The Led should turn to Green now. 
  •  Once the LED is Green you can continue with the configuration. 

 

  • Configuration:
  • There are 2 Programs to chose from
  • PRG5 is used for 230Volt Phase to Neutral, 1 or 3 Phase
  • PRG6 is used for 400Volt phase to phase systems with no Neutral. 
  • Press the UP arrow 1 time to display "InFo."
  • Press the RIGHT button 5 times to display "PR 1"
  • Press the UP button till you reach "PR 5" or "PR 6
  • Press the RIGHT button 1 time to display "no"
  • Press the DOWN button 1 time to display "YES"
  • Press the Right button.
  • The Device will reset and start with the new program. 
  • Every time a new program is selected, all the settings revert to the default settings. 
  • Changing Settings: 
  • ONLY after you selected the relevant program for your installation, you should continue to the settings. 
  • Press the UP button 2 times to get to the first Menu on the Settings LIst. 
  • Use the Right Button to Scroll through the 5 settings of each Parameter.
  • Use the UP and Down buttons to change the setting to mach the settings on the list. 
  • Once done with all 5 settings, use the UP button to scroll to the next Parameter on the list.  
  • The settings for South Africa are as follows. 
  • 1522307569_Settings1.thumb.JPG.7420bd91bdb1588d1d3bb9776e7b5ab8.JPG
  • 585382934_Settings2.JPG.dd3f82061694b313b582e7cf976e6e45.JPG
  • Once you done, remove and re-apply the power, the unit will go through a 60 Second "self check" that might be followed by another count down. 
  • Once that is complete and all conditions are within spec, the Contactors should energize. 
  • Once you are satisfied with the settings, press the blue pin till the LED turns red. 
  • Apply the seal, but dont crimp it till you are sure no one wants to check your settings.  

 

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When combined with a Victron inverter, you need only one contactor. The NRS097 requirement is that you must have two relays in series and that a single failure must not break the system (ie there must be some redundancy). The Multi already has one such relay and LOM-detection (loss of mains). Adding the Ziehl with just one relay is sufficient to tick the second box.

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I noticed that the Victron Pre-Built Anti Islanding Box for this has a D-Curve Legrand D63 6000 MCB (10 * In) for an Inverter that only supports 2*In (e.g. 2 * 100A on the Quattro), anyone got any idea why this is, since the requirement is to make sure the inverter input connection is compliant, I would have thought that a C-Curve (5 * In) is all that is needed if the box is going to sit in front of a Quattro AC Input, this becomes particularly important ($$) when you move up the Current ladder to 60kVA and 90kVA installations

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On 2019/06/23 at 8:14 AM, Jaco De Jongh said:

Just a few things to remember when installing a Ziehl 

  • You will need the following:

Ziehl1.JPG.0ff10d32e25b5f7f23a77b1f27724fb6.JPG AND One or two 63A contactors  Schn.JPG.610aff8b461f678081e725cf29d38795.JPG

 

  • Install using the following connection diagram.
  • Ziehl.JPG.0915de11bf8da48b9e3f529290bcdb54.JPG  
  • Please remember to bridge L1 - L2 - L3 when single phase are used. 
  • Return wires (Feedback from Contactors) are not required in SA.
  • I have used 48VDC to power the unit, but you can can chose to use the grid voltage.
  • I have used grid voltage to switch the contactors. 
  • I have Chosen 63Amp Din rail mount DB contactors (Schneider) 

 

  • Putting the unit into programming mode:
  • Switch the supply on. 
  • Look at the following picture. Set.JPG.82d0e2c114f6ebe81cd6cb235cc7f597.JPG
  • The unit comes with the seal not in place. 
  • If the Led between the 2 locks are Red, slightly lift the key cover and turn it 180 degree. While turning you will see a Small blue pin like switch behind the key cover. 
  • Use the key cover and press down firmly on the blue pin for 2 seconds. 
  • The Led should turn to Green now. 
  •  Once the LED is Green you can continue with the configuration. 

 

  • Configuration:
  • There are 2 Programs to chose from
  • PRG5 is used for 230Volt Phase to Neutral, 1 or 3 Phase
  • PRG6 is used for 400Volt phase to phase systems with no Neutral. 
  • Press the UP arrow 1 time to display "InFo."
  • Press the RIGHT button 5 times to display "PR 1"
  • Press the UP button till you reach "PR 5" or "PR 6
  • Press the RIGHT button 1 time to display "no"
  • Press the DOWN button 1 time to display "YES"
  • Press the Right button.
  • The Device will reset and start with the new program. 
  • Every time a new program is selected, all the settings revert to the default settings. 
  • Changing Settings: 
  • ONLY after you selected the relevant program for your installation, you should continue to the settings. 
  • Press the UP button 2 times to get to the first Menu on the Settings LIst. 
  • Use the Right Button to Scroll through the 5 settings of each Parameter.
  • Use the UP and Down buttons to change the setting to mach the settings on the list. 
  • Once done with all 5 settings, use the UP button to scroll to the next Parameter on the list.  
  • The settings for South Africa are as follows. 
  • 1522307569_Settings1.thumb.JPG.7420bd91bdb1588d1d3bb9776e7b5ab8.JPG
  • 585382934_Settings2.JPG.dd3f82061694b313b582e7cf976e6e45.JPG
  • Once you done, remove and re-apply the power, the unit will go through a 60 Second "self check" that might be followed by another count down. 
  • Once that is complete and all conditions are within spec, the Contactors should energize. 
  • Once you are satisfied with the settings, press the blue pin till the LED turns red. 
  • Apply the seal, but dont crimp it till you are sure no one wants to check your settings.  

 

The OverFrequency 1 bar is specified above and in the manual as a default Hysteresis 1.45 when it is actually a default of 1.95, do not change this parameter, it is a "copyedit error/typo" in the manual and is not intended to be changed from the default value

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