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R V Series Remote Contr ol M RC/GS RC7 Owner’ s Manual RC/GS Remote Con trol/Gen Starting RC-GS_manual.book Page i T hursday, May 26, 2005 4: 58 PM.
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RV Series Remote Controls RC/GS, RC7 Owner’s Manual RC-GS_manual.book Page i T hursday, May 26, 2005 4: 58 PM.
About Xantrex Xantrex T echnolo gy Inc. is a world-leadin g supplier of advanced power electronics and controls with pro ducts from 50 watt mobile uni ts to one MW utility-scale systems for wind, solar , ba tteries, fuel cells, microturbines, and backup power applicatio ns in bot h gri d-connected and stand-alone system s.
iii About This Manual Purpose The purpose of this Owner ’ s Manual is to provide explanations and procedures fo r installing and operating the R V Series Remote Controls—RC/GS and RC7. Scope The Manual provides safety guidelines, planning and setup information, installation pro cedures, as well as information about operating the unit.
About T his Manu al iv 975-0210-01-01 Conventions Used The following conv en tio ns are used in this gui de. Related Information Y ou can fi nd more information about Xantrex T echnology Inc.
v Important Safety Instructions Gener al Pr ecautions 1. Before installing and using the RC/GS or RC7, read all appropriate sections of this guide and any cautionary markings on the device an d the devices to which it connects. 2. If the product has been damaged, see “W arranty and Return Information” on page 49.
Safety vi 975-0210-01-01 Explosive gas pr ecautions W ARNING: Explosion hazard This equipment is not igniti on protect ed . T o prevent fire or explosion, do not install the RC/G S or RC7 in com part ment s containing flammabl e materials or i n locations that requ ire ignition- protected equipment.
vii Important Safety Instructions - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - v 1 Introduction Features - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 2 Indicators and Contr.
Contents viii 975-0210-01-01 RC/GS and RC7 Setup Menu Summary - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 23 RV Series Inverter/Charger and RC/GS and RC7 Setup - - - 23 Auto Gen Start Setup (RC/GS Only) - - - -.
Contents 975-0210-01-01 ix Charger Fault - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 40 Meters Display - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 41 Average Shunt Amps.
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1 Intr oduction Chapter 1 contains information about the function and features of the R V Se ries Remote Con trols. T opics in this chapter are organized as follows: • “Features” on page 2 • “Indicators and Controls” on page 4. RC-GS_manual.
Introduction 2 975-0210-01-01 F eatures The RC/GS and RC7 are co ntro l panels that allow remote operation of a R V Series Inverter/Charger. Features of the RC/GS and RC7 include: • Simple menu-driv.
Fe a t u r e s 975-0210-01-01 3 Connection cable requirements The RC7 and RC/GS use a telephon e-style cord to connect to the R V Series Inverter/Cha rger (mod els R V2012GS, R V2012GS-15/20B, R V2012GS -20B, R V2512GS, and R V3012 GS).
Introduction 4 975-0210-01-01 Indicators and Contr ols All operating controls and indicators are located on the front panel of th e remote cont rol. O N /O FF Control The inverter portion of the inverter/ charger can be switched OFF or ON using the remote control.
2 Installation Chapter 2 contains informati on and procedures to install the R V Series Remote Controls. T opic in this chapter ar e or ganized as follows: • “Materials and tools required” on page 6 • “Choosing a location” on page 7 • “Mounting and Connecting” on page 7.
Installation 6 975-0210-01-01 Installing the RC/GS and RC7 The RC/GS and RC7 are de si gned to be flush mounted through an opening in a wall and secured with four screws. The RC/GS and RC7 require no conn ections other than one cable that plugs into the back of the unit.
Installing the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 7 Choosing a location Choose a location that is easily accessible. The RC/GS and RC7 should be mounted where they are clearly visible, with unobstructed access to the screen and buttons. The location should be indoors, dry , and free from corrosive or explosive fumes.
Installation 8 975-0210-01-01 3. Run the cable between the remote and the R V Series Inverter/Charger. 4. Place the ON / OF F switch on the R V Series Inverter/ Char ger to the OF F position and disconnect the AC power . 5. Connect the communications cable into the RJ1 1 port on the inverter/char ger marked “Remote Control” (Figure 2-2).
Installing the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 9 8. W ait for the screen to show the message “W aiting for AC.” 9. Place the ON / OF F switch on the R V Series Inverter/ Char ger to the ON position. 10. Reconnect the R V Series Inverter/Charger to the AC source.
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3 Configur ation Chapter 3 contains information about configuring the R V Series Remote Controls. The topics in this chapte r are or ganized as follows: • “V iewing the Setup Menu” on page 12 • “Changing Settings” on page 12 • “Configuring the RC/GS and RC7” on page 13 • “RC/GS and RC7 Setup Menu Summary” on page 23.
Configuration 12 975-0210-01-01 V iewing the Setup Menu Y ou can use the R V Series Remote Controls to configure the R V Series Inverter/Charger and the remote itself. Configuration is performed us ing the Setup menu. Y ou can view the Setup menu and conf igure settings by using the Setup/Menu Item buttons and the Settings button.
Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 13 Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 The following menu items appear in the sequence they appear on the RC/GS a nd RC7. See “RC/GS and R C7 Setu p Menu Summary” on page 23 for the complete menu structure. Set Idle Set Idle enables or disables the power-saving “search sense” mode feature.
Configuration 14 975-0210-01-01 Battery T ype T o ensure the batte ries are rece iving the p roper ch ar ge voltage, the Battery T ype must be selected for the type of batteries used in the system: GEL Cell, Flooded Lead Acid and AGM. The default setting is GEL Cell.
Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 15 Max Charg e Rate The battery char ger ’ s maximum output cu rrent can be specified using the Max Charge Rate menu. The defaul t is 100% of the maximu m charge ra te. Refer to the R V Series Inverter/Charger Owner ’ s Manual for model-specific adjustable charge rates in amps.
Configuration 16 975-0210-01-01 Remote Setup The Remote Setup screen displays system status and error messages that occur during normal operation. From the Setup menu you can select: • Last Key (default) to display the la st system status message displayed after exiting the Setup menu.
Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 17 Set Clock (RC/GS Only) Some RC/GS automatic generato r start functions are based on the time of day . The clock mu st be properly set to ensure the programmed function will pe rform at the correct time. The clock u ses 24-hour time and rang es from 00:00 to 23:59.
Configuration 18 975-0210-01-01 Generator Start (RC/GS Only) After setting the clock and sel ecting a generator , set the parameters for automatically starting the generator based upon a battery voltage. Press th e up arrow and scroll through the menus to view the Generator S tart menu.
Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 19 The generator can be start ed or stoppe d at any time by pressing the down arrow button until the Gen S tart/Stop menu is displayed. Press and ho ld the On/Of f button until you hear a beep from the RC/GS.
Configuration 20 975-0210-01-01 The generator can be stopped at any time by accessing the user menu until the “Gen Start/S top: Press (On/Of f)” menu is displayed. Press and hold the On/Of f button until you hear a beep from the RC/GS. Release the button after the beep sounds.
Configuring the RC/GS and RC7 975-0210-01-01 21 Begin Gen Quiet and End Gen Quiet (RC/GS Only) The period of time during which the generator is prevented from starting automatically can be defined using the RC/GS. T o specify the begin quiet tim e, scroll to the Begin Gen Quiet: 00:00 by using the Up and Down arro w buttons.
Configuration 22 975-0210-01-01 Saving Setup Choices Once the setup options are complete, press and hold the Setup/Menu Item buttons (see Figure 3-19 ) for approximately five seconds or until the screen clears.
RC/GS and RC7 Setup Menu Summary 975-0210-01-01 23 RC/GS and RC7 Setup Menu Summary R V Series Inverter/Charger and RC/GS and RC7 Setup Set Idle: Defeat Set Idle: About.
Configuration 24 975-0210-01-01 Auto Gen Start Setup (RC/GS Only) Generat or Start: Manual (Pu sh ON) Gene ra to r S tart: Auto at 1 1.0 V DC Generator S tart: Auto at 1 1.5 VDC Generat or Start: Auto at 1 1.8 VDC Generat or St art: Auto at 12.0 VDC Genera tor S tart: Auto at 12 .
4 Oper ation Chapter 4 contains inform ation and procedures to operate the R V Series Remote Control. The topics in this chapte r are or ganized as follows: • “Indicators and Controls” on page 2.
Operation 26 975-0210-01-01 Indicators and Contr ols The RC/GS and RC7 feature LEDs, a display screen, and buttons for viewin g op erating sta t us. Status LEDs Four indicator lights (LEDs) light up or flash du ring operation to indicate the system’ s status.
Indicators and Controls 975-0210-01-01 27 Inverter LED The green Inverter LED indicates the inve rter is on and ready to provide power from the batteries.
Operation 28 975-0210-01-01 Batt. Full LED The yellow Batt. Fu ll LED indicates the state of ch ar ge on the batteries. This LED will not illuminate u ntil the bat teries have char ged u p to at least 9 0% (according to the inverter/char g er ’ s estimate).
Indicators and Controls 975-0210-01-01 29 Buttons There are four buttons on the front panel of the RC /G S and RC7 used to control the invert er and enter sy s t em ope rati ng parameters. On/Off The On/Off button co ntrols the inverter section of the inverter/charger .
Operation 30 975-0210-01-01 System Status Displays The RC/GS and RC7 remo te co ntrols display the operating mode and system status by lig hting one or more LEDs and/or by displaying a message on th e screen. The four LEDs reflect the same information as the single tricolored LED on the R V Series Inverter/Charger.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 31 When the initiating co ndition (batter y voltage or ther mostat signal) has occurred, the Pending Genstar t message is displayed for appro ximately two minutes, awaitin g a change in the condition o r a manual override.
Operation 32 975-0210-01-01 Genset Err or Messag es (RC/GS Onl y) Gen W o n’t Start If the generator does not start after the three attempts, t he RC/ GS displays the message “ Gen won’ t S tart” and the red Error LED on the front panel lights.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 33 The Gen Quiet Fault error is aut o matically reset at the end of the quiet time period if no other action is taken. Figure 4-5 Gen Quiet F ault Error Message Note: If the generator is manually started from the RC/GS, the generator will not shut down aut omatically .
Operation 34 975-0210-01-01 Inverter Mode Messages When the inverter is on (no AC present), it is either inverting or searching the AC output ci rcuits for a load meeting the specifications set up in the Set Idle menu selection (see Figure 3-3 on page 13 ), if th e search sense mode is selected.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 35 Charg er Mode Messages When AC (shore power or gene rator power) is available, the inverter/charger aut omatically switches to the char ger mode. There are four separate charger modes: Bulk, Absorption, Float and Equalization.
Operation 36 975-0210-01-01 Float Charging When the char ger is in the Float mode, the screen shows “Float Charging” and the Char ge LED quickly flashes.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 37 Inverter/Charg e r Error Messag es Error messages appear when a fault is detected with either the inverter or char ger . The red Error LED ligh ts, and the buzzer sounds. Error messages for the inverter/charger display the error condition as well as a suggested remedy .
Operation 38 975-0210-01-01 Over T emper ature The “Otemp/Less Load” Syste m Status message indicates the inverter/charger transformer and power components have exceeded a safe operating temperature. Reduce the load on the inverter . When the unit cool s, it automatically resets and resumes operation.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 39 High Battery V oltage The “Hibat/Stop Chr g” System Status message appears when the battery voltage rises above 15.7 V . This co ndition usually occurs only when a cha r ging source other than the R V Series Inverter/Char ger is used to char ge the battery bank.
Operation 40 975-0210-01-01 Ch a rger F a ul t The “Charger Fault” System S t atus messa ge appears when an internal error is detected in the inverter/char ger during charging. In addition, the red E rror LED is on and the buzzer sounds. After 15 minut es, the char ge relay disconnects an d the inverter section shuts down.
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 41 Meters Display The RC/GS an d RC7 have built -in meters that monitor inverter/charger activities. T o view these mete rs, press and hold the Meter Mode button (u p arrow) for five seconds until the screen clears.
Operation 42 975-0210-01-01 Inverter/Charg er Curr ent This meter displays the actual DC current supplied to the batteries when the R V Series Inverter/Charger is char ging (+) and current drawn from the batteries when the inverter/ charger is inverting (–).
System Status Displays 975-0210-01-01 43 System Status Messages After installing the RC/GS and RC7, the LCD screen displays operating system status messages which is the default screen after exiting all other setting or meter functions. Operating parameters include Battery S tate-of-cha r ge and Set Shorepower .
Operation 44 975-0210-01-01 Set Shore P ower This display has the same function as “Set Shore Power” on page 15. Y ou can set the shor e power input (from 5 to 30 amps) so the total current dr aw from the charger does not exceed the circuit breaker rating, to provide the maximum current to the AC loads.
Storage Checklist 975-0210-01-01 45 Storag e Checklist Proper storage procedures extend the life of the batte ries and ensure that your vehicle’ s powe r sys tem is ready for operation when nee ded. The following checklist is for battery-rela ted storage activities.
Operation 46 975-0210-01-01 RC/GS and RC7 User’ s Menu Summary System Status Messages Generator Status Mess ag es (RC/GS Only) A C Source Inverter Mode Charger Mode Error Mode System S tatus: W aiti.
RC/GS and RC7 User’ s Menu Summary 975-0210-01-01 47 System Status Display Meters Display Batt S tat e of Cha rg e: E ---- ----- F *RC/GS only Set Shore Pow er : x.x Amp s Gen S tart/S top: Press (ON/OFF)* Avg Shunt Amps: +/- 0 Amp s DC Batt ery : 00.
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49 W arr anty and Return Information Wa r r a n t y What does this warranty cover? This Limited W arranty is provided by Xantrex T echnology Inc. ("Xantrex") and covers defects in workmans hip and materials in your RC7 or RC/GS Remote Control.
W arranty and Return 50 975-0210-01-01 What proof of pur chase is requir e d? In any warranty claim, dated proof of pur chase must accompany the product and the product must not have been disassembled or modified without prior writ te n authorization by Xantrex.
W arranty and Return 975-0210-01-01 51 Disclaimer Product THIS LIMITED W ARRANTY IS T HE SOLE AND E XCLUSIVE W ARRANTY PROVIDED BY XANTREX IN CO NNECTION WITH YOUR XANTREX PRODUCT AN D IS, WHERE PERMI.
W arranty and Return 52 975-0210-01-01 Return Material Authorization P olicy Before returning a product di rectly to Xantrex you must obtain a Return Material Authorization (RMA) number a nd the correct factory "Ship T o" address. Products must also be shipped prepaid.
W arranty and Return 975-0210-01-01 53 Out of W arranty Service If the warranty period for your RC7 or RC/GS Re mote Control has exp ired, if the unit was damaged by misuse or in correct installation,.
W arranty and Return 54 975-0210-01-01 Information About Y our System As soon as you open your RC/GS Remote C ontrol package, record the following information and be sure to keep your proof of purchase. If you need to contact Customer Service, please record th e following details before calling.
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