# Dryer 2.0 (DRY 2.0)

Enapter’s dryer is a hybrid temperature/pressure swing adsorption system increasing hydrogen purity to 99,999%. The dryer is rack-mountable in a standard 19” cabinet.

# 📖 Resources

Datasheets Owner's Manuals CAD Drawings
DRY 2.0 EN / DE / JP / CN / RU EN 3D STP

# 📸 Images

Right Side
DRY 2.0 Download

# 🚦 Status LEDs Indications

Action Description LED
Power on The device will turn on as soon as the required input voltage is supplied to the Dryer 2.0 and perform a startup self-check. Red, yellow & green blink thrice
Stopped The machine is not drying hydrogen, waiting for action. Green off
Stand-by (Max pressure state) The device is waiting for inlet pressure and will resume hydrogen drying automatically when the restart input pressure setpoint is reached. Green blinking
Button press When the start-stop button is pressed. Red, yellow & green blink once
Factory Settings Reset Simultaneously pressing the start-stop button and power up the device will activate Factory Settings Reset. Running fire (each LED blinks after another)
Maintenance mode The device is in maintenance mode (can only be enabled by Enapter technicians). Yellow steady
Locate device When locate device is enabled via remote control. Red, yellow & green blinking
Error The system stops. Errors will be reported using remote monitoring. Some errors can be solved remotely. Red blinks

# Logic States

While operating the Dryer can be in the various logic states. CODE field is a numeric representation of the state available on the EL2.1 Modbus Interface. NAME field is a string representation of the state displayed in the Enapter Cloud and in the Enapter Web GUI interface. DESCRIPTION is the human-readable description of the state.

CODE NAME DESCRIPTION
257 WAITING FOR POWER The dryer is waiting to be powered on
263 WAITING FOR PRESSURE The dryer is waiting for a sufficient amount of inlet pressure
259 STOPPED BY USER The dryer is not drying hydrogen because it has been stopped by the user. It is waiting for the next command desired by the user
260 STARTING The dryer is starting up and checking which state to be in next
262 STANDBY The dryer is waiting for the output pressure to decrease below the allowable threshold value
265 IDLE The dryer is automatically stopped by DCN/IDCN, will be automatically started when at least 1 EL2.1 will become steady
513 DRYING 0 Block 0 is drying the hydrogen, while block 1 is being heated and regenerated
514 COOLING 0 Block 0 is drying the hydrogen, while block 1 is being cooled down after its regeneration
515 SWITCHING 0 Block 0 is drying the hydrogen while slowly pressurizing block 1, to prepare block 1 for the next drying cycle
516 PRESSURIZING 0 Both blocks dry the hydrogen to smoothly transition into the drying cycle of block 1
517 FINALIZING 0 Block 1 dries the hydrogen and block 0 prepares to be regenerated
769 DRYING 1 Block 1 is drying the hydrogen, while block 0 is being heated and regenerated
770 COOLING 1 Block 1 is drying the hydrogen, while block 0 is being cooled down after its regeneration
771 SWITCHING 1 Block 1 is drying the hydrogen while slowly pressurizing block 0, to prepare block 0 for the next drying cycle
772 PRESSURIZING 1 Both blocks dry the hydrogen to smoothly transition into the drying cycle of block 0
773 FINALIZING 1 Block 0 dries the hydrogen and block 1 prepares to be regenerated
1281 ERROR The dryer has stopped due to an error. Errors will be reported using remote monitoring. Some errors can be solved remotely
1537 BYPASS The dryer is manually disabled (usually due to a problem) and hydrogen gas can pass through both blocks
1793 BYPASS 1 The dryer is manually disabled (usually due to a problem) and hydrogen gas can pass through block 0
2049 BYPASS 2 The dryer is manually disabled (usually due to a problem) and hydrogen gas can pass through block 1
2305 MAINTENANCE The device is in maintenance mode (can only be enabled by Enapter technicians)
2561 EXPERT The dryer is in a special mode used to change dryer configurations (should only be enabled by Enapter technicians)
2817 FSR WAIT BEGIN Factory Settings Reset was requested, waiting when LEDs will start blinking one after another
2818 FSR WAIT CONFIRM Factory Settings Reset was requested, waiting when the button will be released
2819 FSR WAIT END Factory Settings Reset was requested, waiting when the Factory settings Reset will be performed for each device, Dryer and UCM
2820 FSR DECLINED Factory Settings Reset is declined for some reason
3073 IDCN WAIT START IDCN creation was requested, waiting when LEDs will start blinking one after another
3074 IDCN WAIT CONFIRM IDCN creation was requested, waiting when the button will be released
3075 IDCN BEGIN IDCN creation was requested, waiting when the UCM module will start the pairing process
3076 IDCN COMMIT IDCN creation was requested, waiting when the pairing process will be finalized by pressing the Start/Stop Dryer's button
3077 IDCN COMMIT ACK IDCN creation was requested, waiting when the UCM module will finalize the pairing process
3078 IDCN WAIT SYNCED IDCN creation was requested, waiting when the pairing process will be finished for each EL2.1 connected to the IDCN
3079 IDCN SYNCED IDCN creation was requested, the pairing process is finished
3080 IDCN DECLINED IDCN creation was requested, the pairing process is declined for some reason
3081 IDCN CANCEL IDCN creation was requested, the pairing process is canceled for some reason, already connected devices will be disconnected
- OTA FW update is in progress

# ⚙️ Factory Settings Reset

Factory Settings Reset (Hard Reset) allows to reset device to factory settings.

To enable Factory Settings Reset:

  • Turn off the device.
  • Press and hold the Start/Stop button and turn on the device.
  • Hold the button. LEDs start blinking one after another.
  • Release the button. All LEDs will blink once.
  • Factory Settings Reset started. Device will be automatically rebooted. All LEDs blink trice.

If the Start/Stop button have not been released Dryer will be in Stand-by.

# 📈 Remote Monitoring and Control

# Introduction

Dryer 2.0 comes with pre-installed UCM (Universal Communication Module) that allows users to monitor the device. Over-the-air updates ensure that the latest protocols and security fixes are supported.

Pre-installed UCM connects to the Enapter Gateway and send performance and error data to the Enapter Cloud. The data is stored in a time series database which displays it real-time on customizable dashboards.

Enapter’s mobile application ensures quick and easy installation of any energy system. Users can manage the dryer via the mobile app and will receive push notifications to warn of energy system issues.

# Network Requirements

# WI-Fi Requirements

  • 802.11a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz only)

  • 802.12 WEP, WPA, WPA2 Personal (Pre-shared key)

  • Wi-Fi client isolation must be disabled

Note

No captive portal or WPA2 Enterprise supported.

General Wi-Fi Note

The Enapter Cloud connection based on wireless communication and therefore the functionality can be affected with distance in between devices, obstructions between the devices and interference. Communication module inside the dryer works in station mode and utilizes Wi-Fi channel set in your infrastructure Wi-Fi router for used SSID. You are responsible to select the correct channel according to the local radio regulations.

# Connecting your Dryer 2.0 to Wi-Fi

To connect the dryer to wireless networks, follow the steps in the iOS or Android Mobile Application guides below. Please note, the QR-code or preinstalled UCM's ID and PIN are required when connecting to Wi-Fi as well as credentials for the 2,4 GHz Wi-Fi network.

📗 Enapter iOS Mobile Application Guide

📗 Enapter Android Mobile Application Guide

During connection to Wi-Fi network the QR-code or preinstalled UCM's ID and PIN needed. The location for both of them is shown on pictures below.

Front view:

DRY 2.0 QR-code Location

Rear view:

DRY 2.0 UCM ID Location

# Dryer 2.0 Configuration Options

Note

Dryer 2.0 Configuration Options is valid only for dryers with firmware before 3.0.0.

The following options can be configured at https://cloud.enapter.com (opens new window):

  • InPres Min - inlet pressure minimum

  • InPres Max - inlet pressure maximum

  • OutPres Min - outlet pressure minimum

  • OutPres Max - outlet pressure maximum

This allows you to set the exact pressure ranges to start and stop the drying processes.

Condition Action
inlet pressure >= InPres Max and outlet pressure =< OutPres Min Dryer starts
inlet pressure =< InPres Min or outlet pressure >= OutPres Max Wait for pressure

Each change of the configuration must be saved with the Save Config button.

# 🕸️ Dryer Control Network

For more information please visit Enapter EL 2.1 Rev A. page.

# ⚠️ Events

Name Condition Component Description
ERROR TT00 The sensor is broken or -18 °C > TT00 > 185 °C TT00 Temperature of heater of cartridge 0 on drying block 0 has invalid value
ERROR TT01 The sensor is broken or -18 °C > TT01 > 185 °C TT01 Temperature of heater of cartridge 1 on drying block 1 has invalid value
ERROR TT02 The sensor is broken or -18 °C > TT01 > 185 °C TT02 Temperature of heater of cartridge 2 on drying block 0 has invalid value
ERROR TT03 The sensor is broken or -18 °C > TT01 > 185 °C TT03 Temperature of heater of cartridge 3 on drying block 1 has invalid value
ERROR H100 TT00 is not increasing by 4 °C within 600 seconds when heating is enabled H100 Temperature of heater of cartridge 0 on drying block 0 does not increase with required speed
ERROR H101 TT01 is not increasing by 4 °C within 600 seconds when heating is enabled H101 Temperature of heater of cartridge 1 on drying block 1 does not increase with required speed
ERROR H102 TT02 is not increasing by 4 °C within 600 seconds when heating is enabled H102 Temperature of heater of cartridge 2 on drying block 0 does not increase with required speed
ERROR H103 TT03 is not increasing by 4 °C within 600 seconds when heating is enabled H103 Temperature of heater of cartridge 3 on drying block 1 does not increase with required speed
ERROR PS00 PS00 activated for 180 seconds during any Stand-by state
PS00 disactivated for 600 seconds during Drying Block 0 or Cooling Block 0
PS00 activated for 600 seconds during Drying Block 1 or Cooling Block 1
PS00 disactivated for 60 seconds when there is less than 300 seconds until end of Switching Block 0 or Switching Block 1
PS00 Pressure switch on drying block 0 is activated
ERROR PS01 PS01 activated for 180 seconds during any Stand-by state
PS01 activated for 600 seconds during Drying Block 0 or Cooling Block 0
PS01 disactivated for 600 seconds during Drying Block 1 or Cooling Block 1
PS01 disactivated for 60 seconds when there is less than 300 seconds until end of Switching Block 0 or Switching Block 1
PS01 Pressure switch on drying block 1 is activated
ERROR F100 Fan F100 RMP < 10 for more than 5 seconds F100 Central ventilation fan does not work with required RPM
ERROR F101 Fan F101 RMP < 10 for more than 5 seconds F101 Fan on drying block 0 does not work with required RPM
ERROR F102 Fan F102 RMP < 10 for more than 5 seconds F102 Fan on drying block 1 does not work with required RPM
ERROR PT00 Voltage < 0.085 V PT00 Input pressure has invalid value
ERROR PT01 Voltage < 0.085 V PT01 Output pressure has invalid value

# 💻 Firmware

# Firmware 3.4.0 ✨

# Previous Versions

# Firmware 3.3.2

# Firmware 3.3.1

# Firmware 3.3.0

# Firmware 3.2.1

# Firmware 3.2.0

# Firmware 3.1.1

# Firmware 3.1.0

# Firmware 3.0.6

# Firmware 3.0.5

# Firmware 3.0.4

# Firmware 3.0.3

# Firmware 3.0.2

# Firmware 3.0.1

# Firmware 3.0.0

# Firmware 2.1.0

# Firmware 2.0.1

# Firmware 2.0.0

# Firmware 1.9.4

# Firmware 1.9.3

# Firmware 1.9.2