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PVS980 product overview

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ABB solar inverters PVS980 product overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 1
ABB solar inverters PVS980 product overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 1

PVS980 product overview

Course content

The different modules of this course are:

Product overview

Firmware

Fault tracing

Maintenance

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course are:  Product overview  Firmware  Fault tracing  Maintenance © ABB Group March
course are:  Product overview  Firmware  Fault tracing  Maintenance © ABB Group March

Module 1

Product overview

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Module 1 Product overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 3
Module 1 Product overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 3

PVS980 product overview

Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:

Describe the product highlights of the PVS980

Understand the datasheet and important technical specifications

Identify the different sections and components

Know which PC tools are used

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 Identify the different sections and components  Know which PC tools are used © ABB
 Identify the different sections and components  Know which PC tools are used © ABB

PVS980 product overview

Highlights

PVS980 product overview Highlights © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 5  Designed for

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 5

overview Highlights © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 5  Designed for utility-scale, grid-
overview Highlights © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 5  Designed for utility-scale, grid-

Designed for utility-scale, grid- connected photovoltaic (PV) solar energy production

Outdoor inverter with ABB’s patented, self-contained cooling system

Single-stage topology with

transformerless IGBT-type design

Based on the same technology platform as used in frequency converters and wind turbine converters

IGBT-type design  Based on the same technology platform as used in frequency converters and wind
IGBT-type design  Based on the same technology platform as used in frequency converters and wind

PVS980 product overview

Datasheet

 

Type designation

PVS980-58-1818kVA-I

PVS980-58-1909kVA-J

 

PVS980-58-2000kVA-K

   

Input (DC)

       

Maximum recommended PV power ( P PV, max ) 1)

2910

kWp

 

3055

kWp

 

3200

kWp

 

Maximum DC current ( I max (DC) )

 

2400

A

   

2400

A

   

2400

A

 

DC

voltage range, mpp ( U DC, mpp ) at 35 ° C

850

to 1500 V

 

893

to 1500 V

 

935

to 1500 V

 

DC

voltage range, mpp ( U DC, mpp ) at 50 ° C

850

to 1100 V

 

893

to 1100 V

 

935

to 1100 V

 

Maximum DC voltage ( U max (DC) )

 

1500

V

   

1500

V

   

1500

V

 
     

Number of MPPT trackers

 

1

 

1

 

1

Number of protected DC inputs

8 2) to 24 (+/-)

 

8 2) to 24 (+/-)

 

8 2) to 24 (+/-)

 

Output (AC)

Maximum power ( S max (AC) ) 3)

2000

kVA

 

2100

kVA

 

2200

kVA

 

Nominal power ( S N(AC) ) 4)

1818

kVA

 

1909

kVA

 

2000

kVA

 

Maximum AC current ( I max (AC) )

 

1925

A

   

1925

A

 

1925

A

Nominal AC current ( I N ( AC) )

 

1750

A

   

1750

A

 

1750

A

Nominal output voltage ( U N ( AC) ) 5)

 

600

V

 

630

V

 

660

V

Output frequency 5)

 

50/60 Hz

   

50/60 Hz

 

50/60 Hz

 

Harmonic distortion, current 6)

 

< 3%

   

< 3%

 

< 3%

Distribution network type 7)

TN and IT

   

TN and IT

 

TN and IT

 

Efficiency

Maximum 8)

 

98.8%

   

98.8%

 

98.8%

 

Euro-eta 8)

 

98.6%

   

98.6%

 

98.6%

 

CEC efficiency 9)

 

98.0%

   

98.5%

 

98.5%

 

Power consumption

Self consumption in normal operation

2500 W

   

2500 W

 

2500 W

 

Standby operation consumption

 

225

W

 

225

W

 

225

W

1)

Auxiliary voltage source

2)

As standard

DC/AC ratio over 1.6 might decrease maintenance intervals

 

6)

internal

7)

At nominal power

internal

 

internal

 

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3)

4)

At

At

35 ° C 50 ° C

 

8)

Inverter side must be IT type Without auxiliary power consumption at min U DC

 
35 ° C 50 ° C   8 ) Inverter side must be IT type Without

9)

With auxiliary power included

 

5)

± 10%

auxiliary power consumption at min U D C   9 ) With auxiliary power included  

PVS980 product overview

Datasheet

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Type designation PVS980-58-1818kVA-I PVS980-58-1909kVA-J PVS980-58-2000kVA-K Environmental limits Degree of
Type designation
PVS980-58-1818kVA-I
PVS980-58-1909kVA-J
PVS980-58-2000kVA-K
Environmental limits
Degree of protection
IP66 10) /UL Type 3R
Ambient temp. range (nom. ratings) 11)
-20 ° C to +50 ° C
Maximum ambient temperature 12)
+60 ° C
Relative humidity
5% to 100%
Maximum altitude (above sea level)
4000 m 13)
Maximum noise level
88 dBA 14)
Protection
Ground fault monitoring
Yes
Grid monitoring
Yes
Anti-islanding
Yes
DC
reverse polarity
Yes
AC
and DC short circuit and overcurrent
Yes
AC
and DC overvoltage and surge
Yes
User interface and communications
Local user interface
ABB control panel
Analog inputs
2 as standard
Digital inputs/relay outputs
7/1 as standard
Fieldbus connectivity
Modbus, Profinet, Ethernet 15)
Product compliance
Safety and EMC 16)
CE conformity according to LV and EMC directives
Certifications and approvals 16)
IEC, UL, RCM, IEEE, BDEW, CEI, SAGC, FCC
Grid support and grid functions
Reactive power compensation 17) , Power reduction, LVRT, HVRT, FqRT
Dimensions and weight
Width/Height/Depth, mm (W/H/D)
3180/2443/1522
3180/2443/1522
3180/2443/1522
10)
Excluding underpressure testing, IP56 with underpressure
14)
At partial power typically < 75 dBA
11) -40 ° C as option
15)
More communication options as engineered option
Weight appr.
3850 kg
3850 kg
3850 kg
12) Power derating after 50 ° C
16) Additional certifications and approvals pending, contact ABB for more information

13) Power derating above 1000 m

17) Also at night

and approvals pending, contact ABB for more information 1 3 ) Power derating above 1000 m

PVS980 product overview

Temperature range

Rated

power

Maximum

power

Maximum

temperature

Knee point

Minimum

temperature

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S = 100 percent

At 50 °C (122 °F)

S = 110 percent

At 35 °C (95 °F)

S = 0 percent

At 60 °C (140 °F)

S = 80 percent At 55 °C (131 °F)

20 °C (4 °F) as standard 40 °C (40 °F) as an option

S [%] 110% 100% 80% t [°C] 0% 35° 50° 55° 60°
S [%]
110%
100%
80%
t [°C]
0%
35°
50°
55° 60°
− 4 °F) as standard − 40 °C ( − 40 °F) as an option S
− 4 °F) as standard − 40 °C ( − 40 °F) as an option S

PVS980 product overview

Power vs. DC voltage and temperature

Minimum DC voltage varies according to model:

temperature Minimum DC voltage varies according to model:  U D C , m i n

U DC,min = 893 V with 1,909 kVA unit

 U D C , m i n = 893 V with 1,909 kVA unit ©

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S [%] 110% 106.6% 103.3% 35 °C 100 % 40 °C 45 °C 50 °C
S [%]
110%
106.6%
103.3%
35 °C
100 %
40 °C
45 °C
50 °C
U DC [V]
0%
U
1100 V
1200 V
1500 V
DC,min
1150 V
1250 V
106.6% 103.3% 35 °C 100 % 40 °C 45 °C 50 °C U DC [V] 0%
106.6% 103.3% 35 °C 100 % 40 °C 45 °C 50 °C U DC [V] 0%

PVS980 product overview

Reactive power supply

P [%] 110% 35 °C 100% 50 °C Q [%] inductive capacitive −110% −100% 100%
P [%]
110%
35 °C
100%
50 °C
Q [%]
inductive
capacitive
−110%
−100%
100%
110%

Supply of reactive power for grid support

2

= 2

8 different ways to define the reference

value for Q, for example:

in amperes

in percent of nominal power

in cosϕ etc.

Night-time Q-mode capability with PV panels disconnected

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 in cosϕ etc.  Night-time Q-mode capability with PV panels disconnected © ABB Group March
 in cosϕ etc.  Night-time Q-mode capability with PV panels disconnected © ABB Group March

PVS980 product overview

Cooling system

ABB’s patented enclosed cooling

system

Compact thermosiphon heat exchanger technology based on phase transition

No commissioning, no refilling of refrigerant, no pumps or

compressors, only cleanable air

grilles

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no refilling of refrigerant, no pumps or compressors, only cleanable air grilles © ABB Group March
no refilling of refrigerant, no pumps or compressors, only cleanable air grilles © ABB Group March
no refilling of refrigerant, no pumps or compressors, only cleanable air grilles © ABB Group March

PVS980 product overview

Section overview

PVS980 product overview Section overview A. Control section A C C B. AC cabling section  

A. Control section

A
A
C
C
C
C

B. AC cabling section

 

C. Main air channel

 
E
E
F
F
E
E
F
F

D. DC cabling section

 

E. AC section

B
B

F. DC section

 
D
D
D
D

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Front view

  E. AC section B F. DC section   D D © ABB Group March 3,
  E. AC section B F. DC section   D D © ABB Group March 3,

PVS980 product overview

Section overview

PVS980 product overview Section overview   A. Control section I I A B. C. AC cabling
 

A.

Control section

I
I
I
I
A
A

B.

C.

AC cabling section

Main air channel

H
H
H
H

D.

DC cabling section

E.

AC section

 
B
B

F.

DC section

G
G
G
G

G.

LCL section

 

H.

LCL air channel

I.

Inverter module unit

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Back view

section   H. LCL air channel I. Inverter module unit © ABB Group March 3, 2017
section   H. LCL air channel I. Inverter module unit © ABB Group March 3, 2017

PVS980 product overview

Single line diagram

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

DC fuses

DC disconnector switch

Surge protection - type 1

DC contactor

DC grounding as option (positive/negative)

Insulation resistance measurement

Power modules

LCL filters

AC contactor

AC fuses

Internal auxiliary power transformer

AC surge protection - type I

AC disconnector switch (AC breaker as an option)

3 12 1 8 7 2 10 9 4 13 11 5 6 11 13
3
12
1
8
7
2
10
9
4
13
11
5
6
11
13
10
9
4
2
8
7
1
12
3
3
) 3 12 1 8 7 2 10 9 4 13 11 5 6 11 13

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PVS980 product overview

Component overview

PVS980 product overview Component overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 15 Front view

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Front view

1.

DC cable lead-throughs DC input cable terminals

DC cable lead-throughs

DC input cable terminals

 

2.

3.

Input DC fuses

 

4.

Connecting knobs for temporary

 

grounding of the DC busbars for work

5.

DC main switch

 

6.

Ground fault monitoring device

 

7.

DC contactor

 

8.

DC surge protection

9.

10.

Main channel cooling fans

 

11.

12.

13.

AC contactor

 

14.

AC fuses

15.

AC main switch disconnector (Q1) or AC breaker (optional)

16.

AC output grid connection with connecting knobs for temporary grounding for work

17.

Cabinet internal fans

 

18.

AC output cable lead-throughs

 

19.

AC surge protection

 

20.

Auxiliary transformer

21.

AC500 PLC

22.

Main control board

22. Main control board
22. Main control board

PVS980 product overview

Component overview

PVS980 product overview Component overview © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 16 Back view

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Back view

1.

DC cable lead-throughs DC input cable terminals

DC cable lead-throughs

DC input cable terminals

 

2.

3.

Input DC fuses

 

4.

Connecting knobs for temporary

 

grounding of the DC busbars for work

5.

DC main switch

 

6.

Ground fault monitoring device

 

7.

DC contactor

 

8.

DC surge protection

9.

Inverter module

10.

Main channel cooling fans

 

11.

LCL filter

12.

LCL filter cooling fan (internal & external)

13.

AC contactor

 

14.

AC fuses

15.

AC main switch disconnector (Q1) or AC breaker (optional)

16.

AC output grid connection with connecting knobs for temporary grounding for work

17.

Cabinet internal fans

 

18.

AC output cable lead-throughs

 

19.

AC surge protection

 

20.

Auxiliary transformer

21.

AC500 PLC

22.

Main control board

22. Main control board
22. Main control board

PVS980 product overview

Component overview

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Front view

1.

DC cable lead-throughs

 

2.

DC input cable terminals

3.

Input DC fuses

4.

Connecting knobs for temporary

 

grounding of the DC busbars for work

5.

DC main switch

6.

Ground fault monitoring device (optional)

7.

DC contactor

8.

DC surge protection

9.

Inverter module

10.

Main channel cooling fans

 

11.

LCL filter

12.

LCL filter cooling fan (internal & external)

13.

AC contactor

14.

AC fuses

15.

AC main switch disconnector (Q1) or AC breaker (optional)

16.

AC output grid connection with connecting knobs for temporary grounding for work

17.

Cabinet internal fans

 

18.

AC output cable lead-throughs

19.

AC surge protection

20.

Auxiliary transformer

 

21.

AC500 PLC

22.

Main control board

22. Main control board
22. Main control board

PVS980 product overview

Communication

The inverter can be connected to an external control system

through an optional fieldbus adapter that is mounted on the inverter control unit.

Communication options:

Fieldbus Ethernet IP

Fieldbus Modbus RTU

Fieldbus Modbus TCP/IP

Fieldbus PROFINET

ABB monitoring portal

Ethernet switch available as an option

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– PROFINET  ABB monitoring portal  Ethernet switch available as an option © ABB Group
– PROFINET  ABB monitoring portal  Ethernet switch available as an option © ABB Group

PVS980 product overview

PC tools overview

Drive loader 2 for firmware updates

Drive composer for startup and maintenance Drive composer entry Drive composer pro

Automation Builder for internal PLC software updates

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 Drive composer pro  Automation Builder for internal PLC software updates © ABB Group March
 Drive composer pro  Automation Builder for internal PLC software updates © ABB Group March

Module 2

Firmware

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 20

Module 2 Firmware © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 20
Module 2 Firmware © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 20

PVS980 firmware

Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:

Explain the operational states of the PVS980

Describe the different features of the inverter firmware

Name the most important parameter groups

Know the process of a firmware update

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Name the most important parameter groups  Know the process of a firmware update © ABB
Name the most important parameter groups  Know the process of a firmware update © ABB

PVS980 firmware

Shared control technology

The PVS980 shares its control platform with the ACS880 product

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family (control hardware and software)

Control program
Control program
22 family (control hardware and software) Control program Control panel: ACS-AP-I Control boards: Control unit BCU-12

Control panel:

ACS-AP-I

22 family (control hardware and software) Control program Control panel: ACS-AP-I Control boards: Control unit BCU-12

Control boards:

Control unit BCU-12 etc.

22 family (control hardware and software) Control program Control panel: ACS-AP-I Control boards: Control unit BCU-12
22 family (control hardware and software) Control program Control panel: ACS-AP-I Control boards: Control unit BCU-12

PVS980 firmware

State machine

PVS980 firmware State machine © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 23

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 23

PVS980 firmware State machine © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 23
PVS980 firmware State machine © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 23
PVS980 firmware State machine © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 23

PVS980 firmware

Program features overview

Grid code settings

Grid monitoring

Fault ride-through

Reactive power control

Night Q production

Active power limitations

Temperature control

Grounding and insulation resistance monitoring

DC input current monitoring (optional)

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and insulation resistance monitoring  DC input current monitoring (optional) © ABB Group March 3, 2017
and insulation resistance monitoring  DC input current monitoring (optional) © ABB Group March 3, 2017

PVS980 firmware

Parameter system

Parameters are divided in different parameter groups ranging from

101 to over 200, with some numbers missing.

The parameters are either editable or read-only:

Editable parameters to change inverter settings

Read-only parameters (actual values) to view the inverter status

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settings  Read-only parameters (actual values) to view the inverter status © ABB Group March 3,
settings  Read-only parameters (actual values) to view the inverter status © ABB Group March 3,

PVS980 firmware

Parameter system

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 26

Parameter can be viewed

On the control panel:

Slide 26 Parameter can be viewed  On the control panel:  In Drive composer: The
 In Drive composer:
 In Drive composer:

The most important read-only parameter

groups* are:

101 Actual values

104 Warnings and faults

107 System info

173 Inverter status

Some important editable parameter groups* are:

124 Reactive power reference

126 FRT tripping curve

135 Grid monitoring

174 DC input current monitor (option)

189 Inverter control

213 Wake-up monitor

*Some parameter groups might contain read-only and editable parameters

 189 Inverter control  213 Wake-up monitor *Some parameter groups might contain read-only and editable
 189 Inverter control  213 Wake-up monitor *Some parameter groups might contain read-only and editable

PVS980 firmware

Inverter firmware update with Drive loader 2

PVS980 firmware Inverter firmware update with Drive loader 2  More details can be found in

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 27

be found in the firmware manual from ABB Library and during the hands-on course © ABB
be found in the firmware manual from ABB Library and during the hands-on course © ABB

PVS980 firmware

PLC software update with Automation Builder

PVS980 firmware PLC software update with Automation Builder  More details can be found in the

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 28

be found in the firmware manual from ABB Library and during the hands-on course © ABB
be found in the firmware manual from ABB Library and during the hands-on course © ABB

Module 3

Fault tracing

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 29

Module 3 Fault tracing © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 29
Module 3 Fault tracing © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 29

PVS980 fault tracing

Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:

Explain the functions of PVS980 diagnostics

Find information on how to trace alarms and signals with the fault logger and data logger

Explain what kind of support material exists and where to find it

Get help with fault tracing when needed

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 30

material exists and where to find it  Get help with fault tracing when needed ©
material exists and where to find it  Get help with fault tracing when needed ©

PVS980 fault tracing

Preparation

WARNING! Only qualified electricians are allowed to service the inverter. Read the safety instructions in
WARNING! Only qualified electricians are
allowed to service the inverter. Read the safety
instructions in the inverter manuals before
working on the inverter.

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 31

the safety instructions in the inverter manuals before working on the inverter. © ABB Group March
the safety instructions in the inverter manuals before working on the inverter. © ABB Group March

PVS980 fault tracing

Preparation

Required equipment*

Personal safety equipment

True RMS multimeter

Toolbox with standard tools

Recommended equipment*

Laptop with Drive composer

Insulation resistance meter

Digital oscilloscope

Current clamp

High-voltage probes

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 32

* Minimum requirement list

oscilloscope  Current clamp  High-voltage probes © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 32
oscilloscope  Current clamp  High-voltage probes © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 32
oscilloscope  Current clamp  High-voltage probes © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 32

PVS980 fault tracing

Warnings and faults

Two-level protection system:

Warnings are informative, power production may be limited but not stopped, and when the event is over,

the warning disappears automatically.

Faults stop the inverter, a reset is needed to restart the power production, auto reset is possible for some faults.

power production, auto reset is possible for some faults.  Some protection functions are predefined; other

Some protection functions are predefined; other protection functions can be defined during commissioning or service.

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 33

other protection functions can be defined during commissioning or service. © ABB Group March 3, 2017
other protection functions can be defined during commissioning or service. © ABB Group March 3, 2017

PVS980 fault tracing

Flowchart

Check relevant parameter values on the control panel or in Drive composer
Check relevant
parameter values on the
control panel or in Drive
composer
parameter values on the control panel or in Drive composer Reset fault and verify full inverter
Reset fault and verify full inverter functionality
Reset fault and verify full
inverter functionality

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 34

Check error code

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 34 Check error code Check relevant parameter values

Check relevant parameter values

| Slide 34 Check error code Check relevant parameter values Visually inspect relevant hardware Measure relevant

Visually inspect relevant hardware

relevant parameter values Visually inspect relevant hardware Measure relevant values Repair Reset fault and verify Use

Measure relevant

values

Visually inspect relevant hardware Measure relevant values Repair Reset fault and verify Use the help function

Repair

inspect relevant hardware Measure relevant values Repair Reset fault and verify Use the help function on

Reset fault and verify

Use the help function on the control panel or in Drive composer. For more details,
Use the help function on the
control panel or in Drive
composer. For more details,
refer to the firmware
manual.
Check relevant LED lights (see the hardware manual), contactor status, fuses, etc.
Check relevant LED lights
(see the hardware manual),
contactor status, fuses, etc.
Repair based on the fault tracing results.
Repair based on the fault
tracing results.
relevant LED lights (see the hardware manual), contactor status, fuses, etc. Repair based on the fault
relevant LED lights (see the hardware manual), contactor status, fuses, etc. Repair based on the fault

PVS980 fault tracing

Drive composer

PVS980 fault tracing Drive composer  Drive composer can be used for fault tracing.  The

Drive composer can be used for fault tracing.

The event logger shows faults, warnings, and their resets with:

Timestamps, codes, names, auxiliary codes

Parameters can be monitored over time.

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 35

codes, names, auxiliary codes  Parameters can be monitored over time. © ABB Group March 3,
codes, names, auxiliary codes  Parameters can be monitored over time. © ABB Group March 3,

PVS980 fault tracing

Control panel

PVS980 fault tracing Control panel  The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active
PVS980 fault tracing Control panel  The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active
PVS980 fault tracing Control panel  The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active
PVS980 fault tracing Control panel  The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active
PVS980 fault tracing Control panel  The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active

The event log contains submenus for faults, other events, active faults, and active warnings.

Parameter values can be looked up in

parameter group 101 Actual values

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 Parameter values can be looked up in parameter group 101 Actual values © ABB Group
 Parameter values can be looked up in parameter group 101 Actual values © ABB Group

PVS980 fault tracing

Firmware manual

PVS980 fault tracing Firmware manual © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 37  Firmware

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 37

Firmware manual with detailed

explanation of each error code

Download from the ABB Library

3, 2017 | Slide 37  Firmware manual with detailed explanation of each error code 
3, 2017 | Slide 37  Firmware manual with detailed explanation of each error code 

PVS980 fault tracing

ABB support

If you cannot solve the problem yourself, you can contact your

© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 38

local ABB service unit.

Required information:

Type code and serial number of the inverter

Description of the problem

A list of the parameters of the inverter

Actions so far and their outcome

Drive composer tip: create a support package with one click and send the event history, parameters, etc. to ABB support.

Drive composer tip: create a support package with one click and send the event history, parameters,
Drive composer tip: create a support package with one click and send the event history, parameters,
Drive composer tip: create a support package with one click and send the event history, parameters,

Module 4

Maintenance

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Module 4 Maintenance © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 39
Module 4 Maintenance © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 39

PVS980 maintenance

Objectives

After completing this module, you will be able to:

Describe the life cycle of an ABB product

Order spare parts online

Look up and report drives in the Drives Installed Base database

Schedule preventive maintenance actions

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in the Drives Installed Base database  Schedule preventive maintenance actions © ABB Group March 3,
in the Drives Installed Base database  Schedule preventive maintenance actions © ABB Group March 3,

PVS980 maintenance

Product life cycle phases

Annual life cycle status review
Annual life cycle status review
Life cycle announcement Life cycle announcement Life cycle announcement Active Classic Limited Obsolete
Life cycle announcement
Life cycle announcement
Life cycle announcement
Active
Classic
Limited
Obsolete

Product is released for sale

Product manufacturing ceases

Guaranteed product support ceases

Limited product support ceases

Guaranteed product support
Guaranteed product support

Limited product support

Limited product support ceases Guaranteed product support Limited product support © ABB Group March 3, 2017

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Limited product support ceases Guaranteed product support Limited product support © ABB Group March 3, 2017
Limited product support ceases Guaranteed product support Limited product support © ABB Group March 3, 2017

PVS980 maintenance

Spare parts

Spare part management is necessary to ensure fast repair times

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and therefore maximize the uptime of the inverter.

The ABB tool Business Online (BOL) is used to:

Check the price and availability of a spare parts

Order spare parts

and availability of a spare parts  Order spare parts  BOL is accessible for everyone

BOL is accessible for everyone within ABB, and access can be given

to selected big customers.

BOL tutorials are available

accessible for everyone within ABB, and access can be given to selected big customers.  BOL
accessible for everyone within ABB, and access can be given to selected big customers.  BOL

PVS980 maintenance

Drives Installed Base (DIB)

PVS980 maintenance Drives Installed Base (DIB)  Commissioning & all maintenance actions have to be reported

Commissioning & all maintenance actions have to be reported to

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DIB.

Installed Base is accessible for registered ABB users.

E-learning courses on how to use DIB:

Base basics, Internet course - EN G6282e 30 min Drives Installed Base service reporting, Internet course
Base basics, Internet course - EN G6282e 30 min Drives Installed Base service reporting, Internet course

PVS980 maintenance

Warranty

The standard warranty is 12 months after the commissioning date

or 24 months after the manufacturing date, whichever occurs first.

Longer warranties can be purchased as an option.

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date, whichever occurs first.  Longer warranties can be purchased as an option. © ABB Group
date, whichever occurs first.  Longer warranties can be purchased as an option. © ABB Group
date, whichever occurs first.  Longer warranties can be purchased as an option. © ABB Group

PVS980 maintenance

How old is the device?

The age of the inverter can be

looked up from the serial number on the rating plate

Manufacturing country (8 = Estonia)

Manufacturing year (2016)

Manufacturing week (43)

Running manufacturing number (000001)

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year (2016) Manufacturing week (43) Running manufacturing number (000001) © ABB Group March 3, 2017 |
year (2016) Manufacturing week (43) Running manufacturing number (000001) © ABB Group March 3, 2017 |
year (2016) Manufacturing week (43) Running manufacturing number (000001) © ABB Group March 3, 2017 |

and reliabilityPerformance

PVS980 maintenance

Preventive maintenance

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Preventive maintenance ensures the highest reliability and optimum performance of the inverter

No maintenance

Failure

optimum performance of the inverter No maintenance Failure Repair services If you do nothing, equipment will

Repair services

If you do nothing, equipment will fail at some point. This includes inverters!

Time

No maintenance Failure Repair services If you do nothing, equipment will fail at some point. This
No maintenance Failure Repair services If you do nothing, equipment will fail at some point. This

PVS980 maintenance

Preventive maintenance

The PVS980 is a low-maintenance inverter: no air filters, only air

grilles that are cleanable.

Mandatory preventive maintenance actions during the warranty period and ABB service contracts. Shorter maintenance intervals recommended under difficult ambient conditions

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ambient conditions © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 47  Maintenance schedule in the

Maintenance schedule in the

PVS980 hardware manual in the ABB Library

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© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 47  Maintenance schedule in the PVS980 hardware

PVS980 maintenance

Preventive maintenance annual inspections

maintenance Preventive maintenance – annual inspections Action Description I Visually examine and do maintenance

Action Description

I

Visually examine and do maintenance if it is necessary.

P

On-/off-site work (commissioning, tests, measurements, etc.)

R

Replace the component.

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work (commissioning, tests, measurements, etc.) R Replace the component. © ABB Group March 3, 2017 |
work (commissioning, tests, measurements, etc.) R Replace the component. © ABB Group March 3, 2017 |

PVS980 maintenance

Preventive maintenance component replacement

Replacement of components 10 12 17
Replacement of components
10
12
17
component replacement Replacement of components 10 12 17 © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide

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Front view

component replacement Replacement of components 10 12 17 © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide

Back view

component replacement Replacement of components 10 12 17 © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide
component replacement Replacement of components 10 12 17 © ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide

PVS980 maintenance

Preventive maintenance component replacement

Replacement of components
Replacement of components

Ready-made preventive maintenance (PM) spare parts kits

available

preventive maintenance (PM) spare parts kits available  6 yrs/18 yrs PM kit  12 yrs/24

6 yrs/18 yrs PM kit

(PM) spare parts kits available  6 yrs/18 yrs PM kit  12 yrs/24 yrs PM

12 yrs/24 yrs PM kit

The PM kits can be ordered through Business Online (BOL)

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12 yrs/24 yrs PM kit  The PM kits can be ordered through Business Online (BOL)
12 yrs/24 yrs PM kit  The PM kits can be ordered through Business Online (BOL)
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© ABB Group March 3, 2017 | Slide 51
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