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TRAINING AGENDA
• SECTION A
1.0 BPC927 V4 GENSET CONTROLLER
1.1 FEATURES BPC 927 V4 GENSET CONTROLLER
1.2 FUNCTION & OPERATIONAL KEYS
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
1.4 INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINAL CONNECTIONS
1.5 TROUBLESHOOTING
1.0 BPC927 V4 GENSET CONTROLLER
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1.0 BPC927 V4 GENSET CONTROLLER
EMS927V4
AMF Genset Controller
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Inputs and Outputs
Speed
A B Com
Ser ial Number
Comms
BACK VIEW
1.0 BPC927 V4 GENSET CONTROLLER
• DO & DON’T’S
• >>Do not disturb factory setting of controller.
• >> Do not change wiring loop / connections.
• >> Before fault handling observe LCD displays on
the unit and follow procedure as recommended.
1.1 FEATURES BPC 927 V4 GENSET
CONTROLLER
• Salient Features
- Suitable for1phase/3phase Genset applications
- Suitable for 12 & 24 V Engine supply systems
- Common for Manual / Auto / Remote start
operation of Genset.
- Field settable for authorized parameters
- User friendly as it provides visual indications of
warnings , alarms and system faults
- Designed for continuous monitoring in both Idle
and running condition of the Gen set
1.1 FEATURES BPC 927 V4 GENSET
CONTROLLER
• MAINS & GENSET
PARAMETER’S
MONITORING AND
DISPLAY
• GENSET SAFETY
• AMF LOGIC
• ADD ON FEATURES
• COMMUNICATIONS
• EVENT & OPERATING
LOGS
• FUEL LOGS
1.2 FUNCTION & OPERATIONAL KEYS
SCROLL UP
SCROLL DOWN
COMMON ALARM
LED
HORN ACK
START BUTTON
MODE BUTTON
STOP BUTTON
FRONT VIEW
BUTTON
1.2 FUNCTION & OPERATIONAL KEYS
• Function of keys – in normal conditions of ‘Sleep ‘ and
‘ Ready ‘ .
•
key to enter Programming mode/Acknowledge Alarms.
•
For manual START.
•
For manual STOP.
•
MODE
Used to change the MODE between Manual, Auto & Test
•
Used to change load from Genset to Mains
•
Used to change load from Mains to Genset
1.2 FUNCTION & OPERATIONAL KEYS
• Key Functions in ‘Running ‘ condition
• -
To stop the set manually when engine is
started in manual mode
Press the button again for immediate stop
•
Acts like Emergency stop when engine is
running in Auto mode
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Key functions in Programming mode Enter
• To enter programming mode by keep pressing key
for 20 secs
• When the unit enters set-up mode the top LCD will show
“Setup” and optionally request a PIN number if this option is
enabled.
•
Changes from column to item to value editor.
•
Used to select previous column, item or to increment value
•
Used to select previous column, item or to decrement value
•
Changes from item to column & exit set up mode.
•
Used to accept the value changes.
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Key functions in Programming mode Enter
• Setup mode automatically terminates if no button in pressed for
60 seconds, or when you press the
button with the
column headers list visible.
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Programming Mode
• programming mode by pressing key
for 20 secs
• When the unit enters set-up mode the top LCD will show
“Setup” and optionally request a PIN number if this option is
enabled.
• Lets say, PIN is 123, Press
two times, & then by pressing
once, 100 will appear on screen.
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•
Now Press
once to move the cursor to middle digit. Now
by pressing
twice, 120 will appear on screen.
Now Press
by pressing
once to move the cursor to RHS digit. Now
thrice, 123 will appear on screen.
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Programming Mode
• By pressing key
once, the Programming “Setup” will be
displayed on the LCD Screen. Now various setup like System,
Engine, Timers etc will get displayed in a vertical array.
•
Press
&
then press
to select the desired setup sub menu &
to open the desired sub menu for editing the
associated parameters.
•
Press
&
to select the sub menu’s desired
parameter & then press
parameter for editing.
to open the sub menu’s desired
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Programming Mode
• Press
&
to increase or decrease the parameter
value respectively.
•
Press
to accept & save the updated parameter value.
• Follow this procedure for the rest of the desired parameter’s
updations / change etc.
• After updations / changes , Press
once to return to initial
setup screen.
• Now, Press
once for saving the various updations &
exiting from the programming mode.
• It is recommended to follow the factory setting chart for various
updations. Failure to this clause will affect the product warranty.
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
TYPICAL LCD MESSAGES ( ENGINE) :
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
• TYPICAL LCD MESSAGES (ELECTRICAL):
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
CONFIGURABLE INPUTS :
1. Fire Alarm
2. Canopy Door Open
3. Belt Broken
4. Bypass
5. Engine Temp 2
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Basic Engine parameter
display / SAFETY
Electric parameter
display / SAFETY
Additional features
Parameter display /
SAFETY
1)Lubrication oil pressure
2) Lubrication oil
temperature
3)Coolant temperature
4)Battery voltage
5)Charging status
6)Engine run hours
7) Engine speed
1)Line to Neutral and Line
to Line voltages
2)Phase current,
3)AC Frequency,
4)KVA,KW,KWH,PF
5)Low Voltage,
High Voltage,
Low/High Frequency
And Overload Safety
1)Canopy Temp
2)Fuel level
3) Emergency stop
4) Radiator water level
Functions :
5) Excitation control
6)Maintenance timer
7)Operating Parameter
Log
8)Event Log
9) Fuel Log
10)Communication
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
•
PROTECTION AND SIGNAL OPTIONS
++ SPEED
>> IN CASE OF DG SETS PHASE – NEUTRAL
FROM ALTERNATOR
++ PRESSURE
>> OIL PRESSURE SENSOR
OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
OIL PRESSURE SENSOR + SWITCH
++ WATER/ CYL HEAD
>> SENSOR
TEMPERATURE
++ RAD. WATER LEVEL
>> SPECIAL SENSOR
++ FUEL LEVEL
>> FUEL LEVEL GUAGE
++ BATTERY VOLTAGE
>> BATTERY
++ EXCITATION
>> WL – POINT OF CHARGING ALATERNATOR
++ POWER SUPPLY
>> DIRECT FROM BATTERY TERMINALS
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
Crankcase
Crankcase
Crankcase
Crankcase
Crankcase
Oil Pressure Sensing Options
Crankcase
Temperature Sensing Options
V+
Top Mounting
Crankcase
V+
V+
Side Mounting
Water Level
Probe
Radiator
Top
Fuel
Water Level
Probe
Fuel
Radiator
Side
FUEL
Fuel Pull
FUEL
Single Stage
Crankcase
Two Stage
Crankcase
Note: The radiator must be electrically
bonded to the crankcase common.
Water Level Wiring Options
Fuel Solenoid Wiring Options
1.3 PROGRAMMING/PARAMETER SETUP
MPU
Speed A
Speed B
Shield
MPU
+
W
Speed Detection Options
1.4 INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINAL
CONNECTIONS
• Installation & wiring
J5
CT2
CT1
CT3
J4
EMS927V4
AMF Genset Controller
Comms
J1
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+
Inputs and Outputs
Speed
A B Com
J2
J6
J3
1.4 INPUT/OUTPUT TERMINAL
CONNECTIONS
V4 SOCKET DETAILS
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J1- COMMUNICATION/DATA PORT
J2- DC POWER SUPPLY
J3- SPEED INPUT
J4- ALTERNATOR AC INPUT
J5- MAINS AC INPUT
J6- I/O PORT
CT1...3- CURRENT TRANSFORMER’s
1.5 TROUBLESHOOTING
PROCEDURE TO BE FOLLOWED FOR FAULT HANDLING
>> OBSERVE DISPLAY ON THE LCD DISPLAY
>> REFER TO THE TROUBLE SHOOTING READY RECKNOR
>> STUDY UNIT SET UP DATA / CONFIGURATION DATA
>> TAKE APPROPRIATE CORRECTIVE ACTION
>> CLEAR & RESET THE ALARM
>> ENSURE ENGINE IS RUNNING IN NORMAL CONDITION

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