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Digital Multi Control

Configuration example

Two examples are given to help you understand the setting of the parameters.

Two VE.Bus Multis 16A/230V + 4kVA gen. (3000 rpm) + external transfer switch.

Because this is a VE.Bus system, the scaling factor does not need to be set.

A 4kVA generator can supply a maximum current of 17.4A. Using a 70% safety margin, we will set the generator current to 12A.

To set the configuration, do the following:

  1. Press and hold the configuration button until the bottom LED in the left column starts flashing. This means you entered the configuration mode, and you can change the scaling factor. As said, this parameter can be ignored in the case of VE.Bus Multis.

  2. Press the button to go to the next setting. The lower left LED will turn on, indicating that the generator current can be set.

  3. Turn the knob until the display indicates 12.

  4. Press the button to advance to the “Upper Shore limit for AC input 1” setting.

  5. If you want the maximum shore current the operator can set to be lower than 32A, you can change this value.

  6. Since the next 3 parameters (Upper Shore limit for AC input 2, 3 and 4) do not need to be configured, you can press the button 4 times to step through the settings and finalise the configuration.