Configuring the Country Data Set


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By default, the inverter is set to a universally valid country data set. You must adjust the country data set for the installation site.

The country data set must be set correctly.

If you select a country data set which is not valid for your country and purpose, it can cause a disturbance in the PV system and lead to problems with the grid operator. When selecting the country data set, you must always observe the locally applicable standards and directives as well as the properties of the PV system (e.g. PV system size, grid-connection point).

  1. If you are not sure which standards and directives are valid for your country or purpose, contact the grid operator.

Change to the names and units of grid parameters to comply with the grid-connection requirements in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/631 (valid from April 27, 2019)

To comply with the EU grid-connection requirements (valid from April 27, 2019) the names and units of grid parameters were changed. This change is valid from firmware version ≥ 3.00.00.R if a country data set for fulfilling the EU grid-connection requirements (valid from 2019-04-27) is set. Names and units of grid parameters for inverters with firmware version ≤ 2.99.99.R are not affected by this change and remain valid. This also applies from firmware version ≥ 3.00.00.R if a country data set that is valid for countries outside the EU is set.

The basic procedure for changing operating parameters is explained in another section Changing Operating Parameters).

Procedure:

  • In the parameter group Grid monitoring > Grid monitoring select the parameter Set country standard and set the required country data set.