InteliPro

Order code: INTELIPRO

InteliPro is a highly flexible mains decoupling relay with an extensive range of protective functions to meet the strictest utility interconnection requirements. This utility protection controller can be used for various distributed generation applications, cogeneration units, renewable energy sources or as a redundant/back-up protection for gen-sets.
 
  • Flexible operations and setup      
  • Advanced on-line communications and alerts      
  • Grid-code ready        

Compliant with international grid codes: G99, G10, G83 and IEEE1547 and VDE-AR-N 4105

Softwares

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InteliPro 1.6.0 Installation Suite

English (26 Jan 2023)

InteliPro 1.7 Upgrade Package

English (26 Jan 2023)

InteliPro 1.8.0 firmware

English (3 Feb 2023)

InteliPro 1.9.0 software

English (26 Jan 2023)

InteliPro 2.0.0 Update Package

English (26 Jan 2023)

Intelipro 2.2.1 Update Package

English (5 Feb 2023)

LiteEdit 5.1.0 Installation Suite

English (5 Feb 2023)

InteliPro CAD drawing

English (3 Feb 2023)

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    InteliPro

Easy to use and set-up, the InteliPro offers:

  • Flexible operations and configuration with a wide selection of standard and optional functions
  • Advanced on-line communications, sending immediate notifications about changes in the mains connection
  • Extensive frequency, voltage and current protections
  • Dynamic grid support and QU protection (directional reactive power undervoltage protection)
  • Pole Slip protection
  • Event-based history with extensive records about mains disturbances, including brown-outs, troubleshooting, and incident management 
  • Watchdog feature helping to increase the reliability and stability of the installation
  • Compatibility with ComAp’s PC tools
  • Door-mount compatible
  • Certified according to IEC 60255, VDE 0126-1-1 and BDEW

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I unlock my controller?

If you have forgotten your controller password, it can be found using the password decode function.

You will need the following information about your device:

  • serial number
  • "password decode" number
Both numbers can be obtained through the monitoring software relevant to the device.
  • Serial number is available in Controller info
  • Password decode number is available in Values / Info

You can also show these numbers on your device's display. Typically, this requires a sequence or combination of buttons to be pressed. Details can be found typically in the device Operator guide.

Once you have these numbers, please contact your ComAp distributor and they will help you get your password back.

 

How do I change the controller firmware? Where can I get the latest firmware?

You can download the latest firmware package on the webpage of the device. You can easily navigate there through the ‘Products’ section or just use the Search function. If you cannot find the firmware on the website or if you require different than the offered version do not hesitate to contact our support team.

The firmware upgrade itself is easy to perform. You need the appropriate configuration software and a connection to the controller (preferably a direct connection). Prior to initiating the update process, we strongly recommend you to save a complete backup of your device.

It usually consists of several steps:
  • Create a controller back up.
  • Update the device firmware. It will contain default Configuration Archive and default Application.
  • Change the Application (SPtM, MiNT, MCB, MGCB, BTB, etc) to the required type (by programming appropriate default archive to the controller).
  • Use the Import Configuration Wizard to restore your previous configuration. In some cases manual interventions might be needed during this step.
  • Optional: Update the connected display firmware or device communication module firmware.
Should you be unsuccessful in programming the new version, the rollback procedure is to install previous firmware version and use your back up to restore the controller to its original state before the firmware upgrade was attempted.

How do I connect to my ComAp controller? What types of connections are supported?

ComAp offers a wide range of options to connect to your controller:

  • RS232 / RS485
  • USB - USB A<->B (usually a printer cable)
  • Internet connection - LAN, GPRS, 3G, 4G

Note that some connection types require you to use a communication module (plug-in eg a RS232 card) or communication bridge (external device eg Internet Bridge NT).

Each ComAp device usually allows for multiple ways of connection. The simplest one supported by the majority of our devices is the RS232 (serial) connection. For this, you need an RS232 cable (null modem) and if your PC is not equipped with an RS232 port you need a USB<->RS232 converter.
USB connections are very common. Almost all ComAp devices support connection using simple USB A<->B cable (printer cable) for easy configuration. Some devices can be powered from the USB port for programming to allow easy configuration right on your desk.
Other connection types: Internet connection (LAN, GPRS, 3G, 4G), Modbus RTU, Modbus TCP, SNMP, AirGate, Modem.
Note that some connection types require you to use a communication module (plug-in eg a RS232 card) or communication bridge (external device eg Internet Bridge NT). Not all types of connection are possible on each device. You can find all the details related to this topic in your device's Comprehensive guide or Communication guide.
 
Detailed information about connection to:
InteliLite NT, InteliATS NT, InteliCompact NT is available IL-NT, IA-NT, IC-NT Communication Guide (page 21)
InteliGen-NT, InteliSys-NT, InteliMains-NT is available in IGS-NT Communication Guide (page 19)
InteliLite is available in Global Guide InteliLite AMF25 Global Guide (page 126)

 

How do I synchronize a gen-set to the mains? What AVRs do you support? What Speed Governonrs do you support?

The ComAp product portfolio includes controllers that can control voltage and speed and with those products our controllers are able to synchronise to the mains.

Synchronizing a gen-set to mains (or multiple gensets to each other) is a procedure which requires the following conditions to be met before you connect the two electrical systems together:
  • Matching voltage in all phases of both systems.
  • Matching frequency of both systems.
  • 0° phase angle between both systems. (Or as close to 0° as possible.)
  • Matching sense of rotation of both systems.
The last condition is predetermined by wiring and needs to be checked prior to commissioning, the rest can be controlled by a ComAp device. In order to do so you need to interface the generator AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator) and the engine Speed Governor. ComAp controllers designed for paralleling operations typically have outputs designed for this connection. Thanks to this we are able to control the generator voltage and the engine speed (and subsequently phase angle).
 
The procedure of configuring the speed and voltage regulation is described in the relevant documentation. The same document also contains the list of supported AVRs and Speed Governors including the wiring and configuration setpoints.

I cannot program my controller, it looks dead. How do I restore a controller with broken firmware?

The controller firmware does not usually break by itself however it can be damaged during controller programming, typically if power is lost during the process. If there does not seem to be a hardware issue with the controller there is an option to restore the controller using a process called ‘Boot Jumper’ programming.

This can be described as a sequence of steps you need to perform to allow the configuration tool to write new firmware into the device.

The steps typically are:
  • Physically connect the controller to your PC.
  • Power the controller on and initiate connection and firmware programming from the software tool menu.
  • The software will ask you to switch the device off, close the Boot Jumper and switch the device back on.
  • The programming will then proceed and you will receive further instructions during the process.
The boot jumper can be found either on the communication module (where plug-in modules are used) or on the device itself, typically under a rubber grommet, next to the dongle slot.
 
The description above is not enough? Try our Booot jumper training video.

 

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