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Panasonic Products for Smart Grids Solutions 3rd edition Micro Grid Wind-power generation Photovoltaic generation

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Products for Smart Grids Products for Smart Grids Application example Product examples for specific applications Application Introduction Photovoltaic Power Generation System • • • • • • • • • • • • • • P. 6 Power Storage System • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • P. 9 Quick Charger Stations Smart Meters Rapid Shutdown System Product Features

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Products for Smart Grids Application example For Photovoltaic Power Generation System For details, see P.6^l For Smart Meters Solar panel Solar panel Solid state relavs Smart meters Storage battery Electric power measurement unit Programmable DC power relay Programmable Display E.g. schools, city halls, community centers, hospitals, buildings For Power Storage System P.9^l For Quick Charger Stations For details, see Main unit of power storage system Solar panel Quick charger stations Charging from solar cells AC power relays Solid state relays Power supplyto equipment Charging from the grid...

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Products for Smart Grids Product examples for specific applications Recommended products for specific applications For photovoltaic power generation system P6 to 8 For power storage system P9 to 11 For quick charger stations P12 For rapid shut down system P14 Product feature introduction page 2 Form A and 2 Form A 1 Form B Product name Appearance Contact arrangement Latching type availability Standard type Standard type High capacity type (1.5mm) Nominal operating power 1.4W (when input) 0.17W (when retained) 1.88W (when input) 0.17W (when retained) 1.92W (when input) 0.31W (when retained)...

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Product examples for specific applications For DC Load Switching PhotoMOS Product name Contact arrangement Nominal operating power 0.08-0.64W 0.01W 6W (when input) 45W (when input) 1.9W (when input) 1.5W (when retained) 4W (when retained) 0.2W (when retained) (Input current: 10 mA) (Input voltage: 4 to 32 V) Ambient temperature (Capsule contact construction) Safety standards Product feature introduction page *1 Each 1 Form A contact connected in series. *2 When using each 1 Form A contact independently Product name Applications PhotoMOS Insulation detection Battery monitoring Communication...

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New Product Introduction HE relay PV type 90 A  Max. switching current: 90 A expected life: • 80 A 277V AC Min. 1×104 • 90 A 250V AC Min. 1×103 2. Compact size and low operating power 38 × L: 33 × H: 38.8mm W: 1.496 × L: 1.299 × H: 1.528inch operating power: 1,920 mW  Holding power: 310 mW (when applied 40%V of coil holding voltage) with European photovoltaic standard VDE0126  Contact gap: 3.0 mm .118 inch 1. High-capacity and long life (Form A contact) 2. Compact size and low operating power A 277V AC 3×104 (Standard type), 5×104 (Long life type)  20 A 277V AC 1×105 (Standard type),...

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Application Introduction Photovoltaic Power Generation System Recommended products For cutoff of solar strings Programmable Display Eco-POWER METER Measuring and displaying power generated, sold, and purchased LF-G HE-PV HE-S AQZ • For AC safety cutoff For electrical shock prevention and bypass (efficiency improvement) Power distributor [Power conditioner] AQ-A EP HE-V For DC safety cutoff Storage battery • Battery charge/discharge switching • For DC safety cutoff • For inrush current prevention Panasonic Corporation Electromechanical Control Business Division na.industrial.panasonic.com

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Application Introduction Photovoltaic Power Generation System Recommended products (DC side) High-voltage cutoff relay capable of simultaneously cutting off the positive (+) and negative (-) terminals by serially connecting the 1 Form A contact. Up to 1,000V DC cutoff *1,000 V DC is the maximum allowable voltage when each 1 Form A contact is connected in series. The rating is 800 V DC. HE-V When something shades the solar panels or a defect occurs, the total power generation efficiency of the system decreases. In such cases, the total power generation efficiency can be maintained by...

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Recommended products (AC side) Programmable Display Eco-POWER METER Current Transformer (CT) Power distributor *When using HE-S relay. • LF-G (1a 22A, 33A 250V AC) Compact power relay with a 1.5mm or 1.8mm contact gap Recommended relay • HE-S (2a/2a1b 35A 277V AC) Two contacts compact power relay with 3.2mm contact gap • HE PV (1a 35A, 48A, 90A 277V AC) Compact power relay with a 2.5mm/3.0mm contact gap, capable of switching from 35A to 90A *Use one 2a1b type (creation of contact welding monitoring circuit is possible). For Safety Cutoff on the AC side Relays are used for safety cutoff on...

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Power Storage System Recommended products Storage battery For available types, please consult us. For detailed application, see page 11. *1 1,000 V DC is the maximum allowable voltage. *2 1,000 V DC is the maximum allowable voltage when each 1 Form A contact is connected in series. *1,000 V DC is the maximum allowable voltage. O For Safety Cutoff on the AC side • Relays are used for safety cutoff on the grid (power network). The relay must cutoff the circuit to prevent abnor- mal currents that occur from affecting the commercial power supply. Power relays are required as safety measures to...

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For Charge and Discharge AQ-A SSR (PhotoMOS) is used to switch charge and discharge. We recommend solid state relays for applications where there will be frequent ON/OFF switching. Regular operation Turn ON both solid state relays for charge and discharge control. Current flows in both directions. Charge control Over-charge prevention Discharge control Over-discharge prevention In order to prevent over charging, the solid state relay on the charge control side turns OFF. On the discharge side, current will flow because there is a diode. In order to prevent over discharging, the solid state...

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