SEC1000: Export Power Limit and Load Monitoring setup
With the following
instructions, you can setup the Export Power Limit and the Load Monitoring on
your PV System.
To setup properly the
SEC1000, please check and confirm the following points:
the correct installation of the RS485 line between the inverter and SEC1000.
Observe the manual of the inverter.
and install the software Promate from GoodWe's website: www.goodwe.com/downloads.asp
an Ethernet cable to your laptop and the EzLoggerPro Ethernet port
your computer's Ethernet connection before using Promate software
the computer to the Ethernet port of the EzLoggerPro and press the
"Reset" button of the EzLoggerPro (press > 10 sec.)
6. Watch the LEDs: Right to left
sequence is correct. Press the button Reset again, if needed.
7. Open the software Promate and wait a
few seconds: the LED “PC” will light up if the connection is correct.
8. Check the connection status with the
9. Activate the corresponding COM port,
indicate the number of connected inverters (RS485) on the activated port and confirm.
10. Refresh the list of inverters and check
that all inverters connected via RS485 are displayed. If an inverter is
missing, you must check that it is correctly installed and connected to the
11. Click on the "Export Enab"
box. Input the power of the PV system in the "Total Capacity" field,
and the export power to the grid in the "Power Limit" field:
grid export: "0 kW"
export to grid: P Limit > P Total Capacity
12. Select the corresponding analysis
each phase: by phase
total of three phases: for the total number of phases (suggested)
13. Indicate the ratio of the current
transformer installed. Confirm “Set”
14. Confirm “Get Data” and check the
(+): export of energy to the grid
(-): import of energy from the grid
there is any inconsistency, check the installation of the CTs
15. Proceed according to IP connection
type: static or dynamic.
16. Disconnect the computer from the
SEC1000 and connect the router cable to the ethernet port of the EzLoggerPro.
not forget to add the SEC1000 properly to the PV plant created on SEMS.