Other faults are indicated by steady LED. Operation of the module is via 2 pos. Rocker switch mounted on the front panel with STOP/AUTO-RUN positions. Wired remote control of the module is via terminal 1. Wireless control of the module is via key fob (supplied).
WIRED REMOTE / LOCAL CONTROL. Front switch is in AUTO position; remote start [input 1] is grounded. Front switch is in RUN position; [input 1] is unused. 0.5 Second after the fuel relay is energized [terminal 5], the 3 attempt start will begin its start sequence: the start relay will energize, feeding battery +ve on terminal 7 to terminal 2 and thence on to the start circuit.If the engine has not fired by the end of 1st attempt, the starter is turned off for a resting period. The sequence will then repeat up to a maximum number of start attempts. Following a successful start, sensed when AC alternator's voltage rises above 40% of nominal, the start relay is de-energized and latched out to prevent reengagement of the starter with the engine running. Rocker switch is in STOP/AUTO position.
Terminal 1: (wired remote start is unused). Make sure there are no metal doors/walls/other metal shields between you and controlled generator. Any metal obstacle can significantly reduce the working distance between the transmitter (key fob) and controlled generator. Press "A" button on a key fob for 1 sec and release it.
The generator should try to start within a few seconds. Press "B" button to stop the set.
If your generator doesn't respond - try to come closer to controlled generator. For wired remote start: front switch is in AUTO position, pre-heat enabler [DIP switch 1] is ON, remote start [input 1] is grounded. For local start: Pre-heat enabler [DIP switch 1] is ON, front switch is in RUN position. For wireless start: front switch is in AUTO position, pre-heat enabler [DIP switch 1] is ON, remote start [input 1] is unused.When 10 second pre-heating cycle is timed out and flashing LED on. The panel is turned off, the module will begin its start sequence: the fuel. Solenoid relay is energised feeding battery +ve on terminal 7 to terminal 5 and thence to the fuel solenoid circuit, the start relay will energise, feeding. Battery +ve on terminal 7 to terminal 2 and thence on to the start circuit. The engine has not fired by the end of 1st attempt, the starter is turned off for. The sequence will then repeat up to a maximum number of. Following a successful start, sensed when AC alternator's. Voltage rises above 40% of nominal, the crank relay is de-energised and. Latched out to prevent re-engagement of the starter with the engine running. After a successful start, when engine's parameters are settled (when 7 sec time delay provided by hold-off timer is timed out), the Load Control Output will energize and send a signal from terminal 10 to an external power relay. This energizes a contactor which will connect the AC alternator output to the load.
The run time before accepting load and the run time after relieving load (while generator is still running and is ready to accept the load again if the remote/local start signal is switched back on) are reprogrammable with a limit of 255 sec [4.25 min] max. Should the engine still fail to start after the maximum number of attempts, START FAIL is displayed and the starter is latched out until reset via STOP position of front switch or via terminal 1 / key fob if the engine start was initially made via remote start signal. The starter relay can only energize for 2nd and 3rd crank cycle if Low Oil Pressure is sensed, to confirm that the engine is stationary. This is designed to prevent damage to the starter and ring gear in the event of the control module not sensing that the engine has started i.Terminals 11 and 12 are not connected to the alternator AC output. Should the engine still fail to start after the maximum number of attempts, START FAIL is displayed and the starter is latched out until reset via STOP position of front switch or via terminal 1 if the engine start was initially made via remote start signal. Relay outputs are provided for. The relays supply positive plant supply out. Configurable inputs are available for.
Emergency Stop input [N/O] to give protection expansion. Multiple alarm channels are provided to monitor the following. Under/Over speed (speed fault) This sensor can be enabled / disabled via DIP switch 2. The AECM 104FRSi series modules have been designed for front panel mounting.The module is fitted into the 68X68mm cut-out with the fixing clips removed. These are then fitted from the rear. DC Supply (your engine starting battery): 12V or 24V (6...40Vdc). Alternator Input Range: 300 VAC max. Preheat time: 10 sec (optional). Load on time delay: 60 sec (optional). Load off time delay: 60 sec (optional). Hold-off timer set for: 7 sec. Starter output (terminal 2): 3.0A max. Fuel output (terminal 5): 3.0A max. Pre-heat output (terminal 9): 3.0A max (optional).
Load control output (terminal 10): 3.0A max (optional). Dimensions: 72 X 72 X 60 mm. Operating Temperature Range: -30 to +70°C. 2 side clamps for secure panel fixing are included. Working frequency: 315 (433)Mhz.
Working distance (in open space) up to 100m (not guaranteed). 1x AECM104FRSi controller with wireless receiver buit-in. The item "WIRELESS AUTOMATIC Generator Control Unit.REMOTE WIRED CONTROL INCLUDED" is in sale since Friday, February 1, 2013. This item is in the category "Industrial\Hardware\Generators". The seller is "gencontrol-co-uk" and is located in Rowley Regis. This item can be shipped worldwide.