Welcome to the OGK Section

What To Expect

What happens after your Order

Receiving Your OGK Solar Kit

Taking Delivery of Your Solar Kit:

Please note, your solar kit will arrive in 3-5 shipments different shipments (solar panels one day, batteries another etc..

Please watch for phone calls from freight companies and be prepared for multiple large deliveries across 2-3 weeks after ordering.

We will provide tracking numbers for each shipment via email, so please watch for these to start coming through anywhere from 3-7 business days after placing your order.

Mounting Your Solar Panels (Guide and Examples)

Solar Panel Mounting Info & Guides: Our kits do NOT come with mounting hardware, they come with high quality solar panels that are pre-drilled and ready to be mounted by their strong aluminium frames.

Feel free to request a spec sheet on your specific solar panels and we can provide this for you.

Average solar panel dimensions are: 65 inches x 39 inches and 1.5 inches thick.

*This is about 5.5 feet tall by 3.25 ft feet wide.



Mounting Solar Panels with UniStrut

UniStrut is typically available at any local hardware store and looks like this:



Example video's of mounting solar panels with UniStrut:

• Mounting Video #1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uubcw8gGPw
• Mounting Video #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0805tM_S4Q
• Mounting Video #3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIacJq9XPys

Or give IronRidge Racking a call and they will quote you a full out mounting system for your array: https://www.ironridge.com/

Lastly, this is a popular racking and mounting company as well: https://www.tamaracksolar.com/

Grounding Your OGK Solar Kit (Guides & Examples)

We do NOT provide grounding wires or grounding rods. This is your responsibility and will require a trip to your local hardware store.

You will need to source the proper grounding wire and rods for your system that meet your local codes and requirements.

Here's more information on how to ground your solar system:

• Do you need to ground your off grid solar kit?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5czI7-9CVrU
• Ground Solar Panels Guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ldNGpd7ebY
• Neutral+ground bonding screw in LV6548: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnmjvg-7H8w

Example of grounding an off-grid solar system

- The grounding is the green lines.

*For informational purposes only. Follow your own local codes and requirements as well as diagram.


Useful Videos

Paralleling MPP LVX 6048 Inverters

Check out the step-by-step video on how to parallel 2 MPP LVX 6048 Inverters

Manuals and References

How To's & Troubleshooting

7 Troubleshooting Steps

PDF

LV6548 Setup Guide

Manual link for MPP Solar LV6548

Manual link for RICH RS-H6548

*NOTES: MPP Solar LV6548 and RICH RS-H6548 is basically the same model

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

1 Product Overview
2 General Wiring Details
3 Parallel Operations
- 3.1 Single Phase Wiring + Commissioning Steps
- 3.2 Split Phase Wiring + Commissioning Steps
4 Settings

Product Overview




General Wiring Details


WARNING: It's REQUIRED to connect battery for parallel operation.

The cable size of each inverter is shown as below:

Recommended battery cable and terminal size for each inverter:



WARNING: Be sure the length of all battery cables is the same. otherwise, there will be voltage difference between inverters and battery cables to cause parallel inverters not working.

Recommended AC input and output cable size for each inverter:

Model
AWG no.
Torque
LV 6548
4 AWG
1.4 ~16 Nm

You need to connect the cables of each inverter together. Take the battery cables for example: You need to use a connector or bus-bar as a joint to connect the battery cables together, and then connect to the battery terminal. The cable size used from joint to battery should be X times cable size in the tables above. "X" indicates the number of inverters connected in parallel.

Regarding AC input and output, please follow the same principle.

CAUTION: Please install the breaker at the battery and AC input side. This will ensure the inverter can be securely disconnected during maintenance and fully protected from over current of battery or AC input.

Recommended breaker specification of battery for each inverter:

Model
1 Unit*
LV 6548
250A/70VDC

*If you want to use only one breaker at the battery side for the whole system, the rating of the breaker should be X times current of 1 unit. "X" indicates the number of inverters connected in parallel.

Recommended breaker specification of AC input with single phase:

Model
2 units
3 units
4 units
5 units
6 units
LV 6548
120A/230VAC
180A/230VAC
240A/230VAC
300A/230VAC
360A/230VAC

NOTE 1: Also, you can use 60A breaker with only 1 unit ang install one breaker at its AC input in each inverter

NOTE 2: Regarding three-phase system, you can use 4-pole breaker directly and the rating of the breaker should be compatible with the phase current limitation from the phase with maximum units.

Recommended battery capacity

Inverter Parallel Numbers
2
3
4
5
6
Battery Capacity
200Ah
400Ah
400Ah
600Ah
600Ah

WARNING: Be sure that all inverters will share the same battery bank. Otherwise, the inverters will transfer to fault mode.

Parallel Operations in Single Phase


WIRING DIAGRAM



NOTES:

1. For RICH model, please refer to page 47 for more inverters in parallel.
2. For MPP SOLAR model, please refer to page 46 for more inverters in parallel.

COMMISSIONING STEPS



Parallel Operations in Split Phase


WIRING DIAGRAM



NOTES:

For RICH model, please refer to page 54 for more inverters in parallel.

For MPP SOLAR model, please refer to page 53 for more inverters in parallel.

COMMISSIONING STEPS



Settings

After completing the physical setup, please follow the complete LCD settings below. Kindly note that this is only for our kit's intended use of split phase 240/120V configuration in an off grid or with hybrid charging setup. Some settings will vary depending on actual usage/purpose on site.

After pressing and holding ENTER button for 3 seconds, it will enter setting mode. Press “UP” or “DOWN” button to select setting programs. Then press “ENTER” button to confirm the selection or ESC button to exit.

COMMON SETTINGS:

00 - ESC
01 - SbU
02 - 60
03 - APL
06 - Lrd
07 - trd
09 - 60
10 - 120
11 - 45
12 - 44.5
13 - FUL
16 - SNU
18 - bON
19 - ESP
20 - LON
22 - AON
23 - bYd
25 - FEN

28 - //Please see Parallel Operation Setup guide above

30 - EdS
31 - 58.4
33 - 60
34 - 120
35 - 30d
36 - AdS
37 - Nrt
41 - ddS
51 - LEN
52 - NOr
53 - NOr

54 - SOL //Check manual to change the RGB LED effects

55 - C01
92 - dCE
93 - Nrt
94 - 10
95 - //time setting - minute
96 - //time setting - hour
97 - //time setting - day
98 - //time setting - month
99 - //time setting - year

FOR BigBattery 48V LITHIUM GRIZ

05 - USE
26 - 58.4
27 - 58.4
29 - 44

FOR BigBattery 48V LITHIUM KONG ELITE

05 - USE
26 - 58.4
27 - 58.4
29 - 44

FOR BigBattery 48V LITHIUM WHITE RHINO

05 - USE
26 - 58.4
27 - 58.4
29 - 44

LV6048 (Grey or White) Setup Guide

Here is a PDF guide of the manual --> Click here

When setting up your inverter, it will be important to set the parameters properly based on the battery that you have with your system.

Please go through and switch the settings to the parameters below:

For your LV6048 Inverter, go to settings by pressing and holding for 3 sec the enter button, Navigate to the following settings and change to the following parameters:

For Batteries KONG ELITE, KONG, HSKY, TREX & GRILA

• Settings 05: Battery Type - USE (User-define)
• Settings 02: Max Charging Current - 90A
• Settings 11: Max Utility Charging Current - 40A
• Settings 26: Bulk Charging Voltage - 58.4V
• Settings 27: Float Charging Voltage - 58.0V
• Settings 29: Low DC Voltage Cut-off - 48.0V

The max input voltage of the charge controller in your unit is from 90V - 230V. This means that you need AT LEAST 90V going into the unit to register a charge. What is super cool about the LV6548 with the huge charge controller is that you can get roughly 8000 watt into the unit.

If you have added more panels, or have them set-up incorrectly, it can cause your system to shut down and restart. Setting 6 is designed so that in the event of an overload, the system shuts off and reboots. This is a friendly reminder that it is important to follow the diagram instructions provided, or make sure to stay within the input voltage of the unit. You can find the diagram instructions below depending on the kit you ordered.

LVX6048 (Yellow Model) Setup Guide

Here is a PDF copy of the specs for your inverter → click here

When setting up your inverter, it will be important to set the parameters properly based on the battery that you have with your system.

Please go through and switch the settings to the parameters below:

For your LVX 6048 go to settings by pressing and hold for 3 sec the enter button, Navigate to the following settings and change to this parameters accordingly:

For Batteries KONG ELITE, KONG, HSKY, TREX & GRILA

• Settings 14: Battery Type - USE (User-define)
• Settings 11: Max Charging Current - 90A
• Settings 13: Max Utility Charging Current - 40A
• Settings 17: Bulk Charging Voltage - 58.4V
• Settings 18: Float Charging Voltage - 58.0V
• Settings 19: Low DC Voltage Cut-off - 48.0V

The max input voltage of the charge controller in your unit is from 120V - 430V. This means that you need AT LEAST 120V going into the unit to register a charge.

If you have added more panels, or have them set-up incorrectly, it can cause your system to shut down and restart. Setting 7 works so that in the event of an overload, the system shuts off and reboots. This is just a friendly reminder to follow the diagram instructions, or make sure to stay within the input voltage of the unit.

Wiring Diagram

OGK Wiring Diagrams

Customer Install Examples

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Juan R - OGK - MAX

Check out how clean and crisp an OGK - MAX kit looks when mounted and set up well. The amount of power you can get out of this kit is simply incredible!
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Kristi G - OGK - PLUS

Check out the awesome custom built panel mount that Kristi has done, and you can also see what the kit looks like when its delivered. You can see the batteries & panels etc in their packaging when Kristi received them!