Sviluppo, messa a punto e sperimentazione di un sistema combinato batterie al litio-ferro-fosfato/FER per applicazioni in bassa tensione. Report 1 –Sviluppo sperimentale e perfezionamento degli apparati di controllo e comunicazione.

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[automatically translated] This document constitutes the report of the activity in the period October 2012 - March 2013 entitled: "Development, development and testing of a combined system batteries litioferro-phosphate / FER for low voltage applications." This deal forms activities as further research carried out in previous collaborations with experimental development and prototype implementation of a monitoring system and an interface to the network of a combined electric-generation FER accumulation, the size of 20 kW designed for low voltage applications such as to enable the implementation of innovative features guided by the "smart" model (type Virtual PowerPlant, Demand Response, ect.). The system, designed and made to operate either according to the local control logic, and in response to signals from the remote control from the operator of the distribution and / or from the market network, it is equipped with a dual interface, to the power system and to telecommunications systems, in both cases with bidirectionality characteristics of flows (power and data). In the course of the previous annuity (PAR 2011), on the system developed has already been carried out a test campaign conducted in the laboratory using a conventional electrochemical storage system (lead batteries). The activity in this annuity had as main objective the integration in the apparatus of a lithium storage system (replacing lead-acid batteries) with the improvement and development, through a series of experimental tests, the entire system (logical and physical) to control apparatus according to the mass model (Multi Agent Systems), integrating the controllers of the constituent units of the power conditioning system, the interface protection system control unit and communication with the network and the BMS (battery Management System) of the battery pack. More in particular, the research activity of the deim was divided into two successive stages. During the first phase, the activity has involved the physical and functional integration, in the hybrid system accumulation-RES, of a battery pack consisting of 250 cells lithium-iron-phosphate (for a total capacity of 16 kWh). To this end it was necessary to operate the hardware and software development of interface apparatuses and communication between the controllers of constituent units of the power conditioning system, the control unit of the interface protection system and communication to the network and the BMS (battery Management System) of lithium batteries. This paper reports the results of this activity. During the second phase, the subject of a subsequent report, it will report on tests and trials to which the system will be developed. The activities referred to in this report were conducted in collaboration with the technical staff of ENEA and with the collaboration of the company Layer Electronics Ltd. Erice (TP). of the interface and communication security system controller to the network and BMS (Battery Management System) of lithium batteries. This paper reports the results of this activity. During the second phase, the subject of a subsequent report, it will report on tests and trials to which the system will be developed. The activities referred to in this report were conducted in collaboration with the technical staff of ENEA and with the collaboration of the company Layer Electronics Ltd. Erice (TP). of the interface and communication security system controller to the network and BMS (Battery Management System) of lithium batteries. This paper reports the results of this activity. During the
Original languageItalian
Number of pages23
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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