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Startup/Shutdown Procedure for SILCON 10— 8OKVA

Startup:

1. Switch on the mains power supply Display shows - System type and kva
2. Wait about 10 seconds Display shows - Stop charge DC caps yes
3. Press C on the keyboard Display shows - Start charge DC caps yes
4. Press # on the keyboard Display shows - Data Stored
5. Wait about 1 second Display shows - Start charge DC caps yes
6. Wait about 1 minute Display shows - Insert DC fuse or close MCB
7. a) Systems with internal batteries DP310/340 Display shows - System Off
insert fuses F020 and F021
b)Systems with external batteries. Close battery MCB's You have a 30 second window to attach the battery.
8.Press the "Green On" pushbutton Display shows - Normal Operation load xx%

Shutdown:

1. Press # to enter parameter stack
2. Press up or down until Display shows - Bypass Operation : No
3. Press C until Display shows - Bypass Operation : Yes
4. Press # to store
5. Press drop down arrow (enter key) to exit Display shows - Bypass Operation load %
6. You can now open the battery breakers

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