The document listed below explains this.
This document describes how to determine which DSE controller type is suitable for the engine you require it to control. If you don’t already know, you need to determine whether the engine you have is a CAN engine (with electronic engine ECU) or a traditional engine (with speed governor). If you don’t know, you should contact your engine supplier.
A number of requirements exist before it can be ascertained the the DSE75xx and DSE55xx control modules can be connected to a generator set. The document below provides you with more information on this.
The document below outlines the difference and provides troubleshooting guidance for the out of sync and failed to close alarms provided in the DSE75xx and DSE55xx control modules.
The document below provides a full explanation on how to put the DSE7510 control module into fixed export mode.
You need to determine which type of engine you have. The document below will help you to do this.
The short answer is yes. A load C.T is only required when you have more than one mains control module on the same system. The document below provides you with further information.
This is best answered in the training document listed below.
The DSE55xx control modules detect negative phase sequences by measuring the imbalance of the load in connected phases. The document below provides comprehensive information on Negative Phase Sequences.
This is described in the training document listed below.
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The MCS (Multi-Set Communications) Link within DSE synchronising modules performs many functions including load sharing and protection. The document below shows the versatility of the MSC link.
We believe that there are four simple steps that need to be considered for successful synchronising. The attached document outlines these.
A load demand scheme is used by the DSE8610, 7510 and 5510 control modules to allow generator sets to start and stop automatically depending on load levels. The document below provides you with full information.
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Yes. Both module series include an earth fault proteciton alarm that can be configured using the PC software. The document below provides full information on this.
The document below provides you with full information.
Yes. The DSE55xx series control modules do include a loss of excitation alarm. This is configured using the PC software. The document below provides full information.
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Yes. Please see the document below for this information.
DSE products that provide readings of the generator current require current transformers to measure this current. The attached document provides you with comprehensive information.
AC power is made up of three components, VA (apparent power), W (real power) and VAr (reactive power). The document below describes these elements in more detail.
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Smoke limiting is the process of running the engine at idle speed for a short time upon start up. This prevents excessive exhaust emissions from the engine when cold. The document below provides further information on smoke limiting.
RS232 and RS485 are two of the most widely used hardware interfaces for serial data communications. The attached document has been created to provide futher information on both interfaces.
DSE control modules do not have a PIN code set when they leave the factory. The document below outlines how to set a PIN code and also the control modules that have this function.
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The document below provides a full explanation on how to do this.