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SUN2000-(100KTL, 110KTL, 125KTL) Series User Manual

This document describes the SUN2000-125KTL-M0,SUN2000-110KTL-M0,SUN2000-100KTL-M0,SUN2000-100KTL-M1 and SUN2000-100KTL-INM0 in terms of its installation, electrical connections, commissioning, maintenance, and troubleshooting. BOM number: 01074693, 01074694, 01074695, 01074695-001 and 01074695-002.

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Tool Kit

Tool Kit

Scanning SN Bar Codes


The SUN2000 SN bar codes are obtained in centralized mode. These bar codes help set up mapping between SUN2000 names and SN bar codes on the SmartLogger and assist the SmartLogger to communicate with SUN2000s and commission SUN2000s.


  1. Tap Tool Kit on the app login screen.

    Figure 7-41 Tool kit

  2. Tap Scan SN, enter a file name on the SN File screen, and tap Next.

    Figure 7-42 SN file

    If the SN file already exists, open and scan the file.

  3. On the SN List screen, tap Scan or Manual input to record the SN bar code and SUN2000 name.

    • Method 1: Scan
      1. Tap Scan to start scanning and ensure that the camera is about 15 cm away from the SN label or QR codes, and the red midline cuts the bar code horizontally.
      2. After scanning, enter the device number at the back of the scanned label on the SN Details screen.
    • Method 2: Manual input
      1. Tap Manual input. On the SN Details screen, enter the SN bar code and the SUN2000 name at the back of the label.
      2. Tap OK to save the SN information.

Follow-up Procedure

Upload the scanned information file to the PC and rename the file as DeviceInfo.csv, which provides information when changing the device name and device address on the SmartLogger. For detailed operations, see the SmartLogger user manual.

SUN2000 Maintenance Script


The SUN2000 maintenance script is used to set SUN2000 commands. After the script file is copied to the USB flash drive, the SUN2000 executes the maintenance script to import or export configuration, export data, and upgrade devices.

Delete the script file immediately after use to reduce information disclosure risks.


  1. On the app login screen, choose Tool Kit > Local maint script > Inverter Maint Script(Also applies to PID). The Inverter Command Settings screen is displayed.
    • Tap and select an operation as required.
    • Tap to add a step.

    Figure 7-43 Selecting the target local maintenance script

  2. Tap Save, enter the user name and password for logging in to the app, and then tap OK to save the maintenance script to your mobile phone.

File Manager


The file manager manages app operation logs, device logs, and generated script files and configuration files. You can delete the logs and files, send them to your mailbox.


  1. On the app login screen, tap Tool Kit > File Manager to enter the File Manager screen.
    • To delete log files, select one or more files and then tap Clear.
    • To send files to your mailbox, select one or more files and tap Send.

Changing the WLAN password


The communication between the SUN2000 app and the solar inverter has been established over WLAN.


  1. On the login screen of the app, choose Tool kit > Change WLAN Password to change the WLAN password.

    If the communication between the SUN2000 app and the solar inverter has not been established over WLAN, Change WLAN Password is not displayed on the screen.

    Figure 7-44 Changing the WLAN password



This screen allows you to query the app version, privacy policy, and open source software policy, and to submit your advice and suggestions through text, pictures, or files.

When the app starts for the first time after being downloaded or updated, the privacy policy is displayed. You can use the app only after agreeing to the privacy policy, and the privacy policy will no longer appear. If you do not agree to the privacy policy, the app exits, and the privacy policy is still displayed when you start the app next time until you agree to the privacy policy.


  1. On the app login screen, choose Tool Kit > About to access the About screen.
    • Tap Feedback to provide feedback in app use.
    • Tap Privacy policy to view the privacy policy.
    • Tap Open source software policy to view the open source software policy.

    Figure 7-45 About

Updated: 2019-12-25

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