TC 82

Solar photovoltaic energy systems

 

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Frcst Pub

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TC 82JWG 1Mr Arne JacobsonPPUB2018-072020

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ACD
82/1236/RR PDF file 109 kB
2017-01-05 
ADTS
2017-09-212017-09
TDTS
2017-09-21 
CDTS
82/1346/DTS
2017-09-222017-11
PRVDTS
2017-12-152017-12
APUB
82/1385/RVDTS PDF file 297 kB
Word file 55 kB
2018-01-122018-04
APUB
82/1385A/RVDTS PDF file 398 kB
Word file 67 kB
2018-01-122018-04
TPUB
2018-03-142018-03
DECPUB
2018-03-142018-05
RPUB
2018-03-262018-04
BPUB
2018-04-232018-06
PPUB
2018-06-122018-06
 2019-10

Abstract

IEC TS 62257-9-5:2018 is available as IEC TS 62257-9-5:2018 RLV which contains the International Standard and its Redline version, showing all changes of the technical content compared to the previous edition.

IEC TS 62257-9-5:2018 applies to stand-alone renewable energy products. This document deals essentially with off-grid renewable energy products with batteries and solar modules with DC system voltages not exceeding 35 V and peak power ratings not exceeding 350 W. The tests contained herein are capable in many cases of adequately assessing systems at higher voltages and/or power ratings. This new edition includes the following significant technical changes with respect to the previous edition:
- replaced the term "stand-alone lighting kits" with "stand-alone renewable energy products" throughout the document (including the title) to reflect that the revised document is applicable to a broader range of products with a more diverse set of capabilities.
- added test methods for flooded lead-acid batteries.
- significantly revised the protection tests, assessment of DC ports, appliance tests, and energy service calculations based on field experience.
- revised the voltage operating points at which testing is carried out to better reflect actual operation and to simplify the procedures for testing products without lights.
- revised the energy service calculations to include the effect of multiple simultaneously connected loads on the port voltage and battery-to-port efficiency and to accommodate products with grid or electromechanical charging.

Project

IEC TS 62257-9-5:2018 ED4

Recommendations for renewable energy and hybrid systems for rural electrification - Part 9-5: Integrated systems - Laboratory evaluation of stand-alone renewable energy products for rural electrification

 

 

Associated Documents:

82/1612/RR

PDF file 102 kB