Android – BX6.3 Commissioning Example with DeltaSolar 2.0

See the walk through below or our Youtube video walking through the process, turn “ON” subtitles for further information.

Estimated time to commission and connect: Less than 5 minutes

  • Step 1. Type in your installer email address and password.
  • Step 2. Press Sign-in and Commission (bottom right button)
  • Step 3. Select Delta Solar Inverter(s)/Delta Batterie(s) that you want to commission.
  • Note: If the Wi-Fi isn’t showing up hit the scan button at the top right to refresh.
  • Note: Take note of the -XX dBm listed next to each Wi-Fi signal, -30dBm is stronger than -70dBm. Ensure it is at least -70dBm.
  • Note: You do not need to use the QR code scanner or “Type-in” button. This is only if you are unable to scan for the devices. This is used for IOS phones which cannot scan for local Wi-Fi networks.
  • Step 4. Select the ID’s of each inverter and press “SET”.
  • Note: If you selected multiple inverters on the previous page, press the “Auto” button to automatically allocate ID’s amongst the selected inverters.

  • Step 5. Select the country and Select the Grid code. Press “SET” to continue
  • Note: The Grid code selection list has multiple DNSP’s in Australia. When selected these will have settings tailored to their technical specifications.

  • Note: See list of some available grid codes you will find in the list. AU_WP = Western Power
  • Note: After pressing “SET” you will notice there is an advanced tab. Press “NEXT” to continue. To see what is inside the advanced tab see next image.
  • Note: Type in the service code: 4613.
  • Note: You are able to specifically adjust grid settings, dry contact and DRM in the advanced tab. When commissioning a Delta Solar inverter more options will appear such as export control.
  • Step 6. After pressing “NEXT you will be taken to the VSG/ATS Settings.
  • VSG Function: OFF/ON –
    • Turn “ON” for Application 5 Use Only (multiple BX6.3)
  • Backup Power Type: Internal ATS/External ATS.
    • Internal ATS: Application 1, 2 and 3.
    • External ATS: Application 4 and 5.
  • To see how these applications are configured please see the manual: http://support.delta-es.com.au/wp-con…
  • Once the correct options have been selected press “SAVE” if you only have 1x Battery then press “NEXT”.
  • If you have multiple BX6.3 master batteries press “MULTIPLE SET” to set all ID’s to those settings. Then press “NEXT”.

  • Step 7. Battery Configuration
  • Selecting your battery type:
    • If you have a BX6.3 (master battery) please select BX6.3 as the battery type. If you have a BX6.3 and an EX (extension slave battery ~half the size of the BX6.3) then please select BX12.6.
  • Select the time schedule for the SOH cycle, as mentioned in the red text below the “SAVE” button it will cycle the battery once a year.
  • Step 8. Change the password of the inverter to a desired password.
  • Note: In the next step if you chose to connect to the cloud, the password will change when you perform the final connection to the cloud. .
  • Note: You cannot change the password to “DELTASOL” as it is the default password.
  • Note: Press “Connect to the Cloud” to complete the cloud connection. Press skip if the system is going to be offline (not internet connected).
  • Step 9. Select Wi-Fi tickbox. Then select the end-customers home Wi-Fi router SSID (Wi-Fi Name). Type in the password of the router.
  • Then press “SET”
  • Note: If the end-customers Wi-Fi did not show up press the scan button again.
  • Note: See the – XX dBm next to the Wi-Fi router. If the signal strength is weaker than -70dBm the connection may not be stable enough for connection.
  • Step 10. Select “New Plant”, select a plant type and type in a plant name.
  • Note: The plant name must be unique.
  • Note: You can the “Add device to my plant” is when you are adding another Delta device to an existing plant.
  • Note: Plant Type Selection
    • -Feed-in Without Power meter: H5A_222 without CT clamp
    • -Feed-in With Power meter: H5A_222 with CT clamp
    • -Battery storage with Power meter: Delta AC Coupled battery (BX6.3/BX12.6) with/without Inverter. CT clamp must be attached to BX6.3.
  • Step 11. As an installer typically you have already created an account for the end-customer. At this point click “Assign to” and type in the end-customers email address.
  • Note: This will allow you to fleet monitor all the plants you set up and the end customer will be able to see there own solar monitoring.
  • Note: When the setup is completed you will see the success message show up.

Congratulations, you have setup your Delta device(s)!