Generator Diesel PERKINS 1103A - 33G - Three-phase synchronous alternator - Water Cooled


  • Stand-By three-phase power: 33 kVA (26.4 kW) / 400 V / 47.6 A
  • PRP three-phase power: 30 kVA (24 kW) / 400 V / 43.3 A
  • PRP single-phase power: 11 kVA / 230 V / 47.6 A
  • Frequency: 50 Hz

  • Fuel tank capacity: 100 lt.
  • Running time (75% to PRP): 18.5 h
  • Measured acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 88 dB(A) (63 dB(A) @ 7m)
  • Guaranteed acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 89 dB(A) (64 dB(A) @ 7m)
  • Dry Weight: 960 kg
  • Dimensions (LxWxH): 2050x900x1420 mm

More Information


Model Fuel Starter Output Stand By Output PRP Cylinders / Displacement Speed Cooled
Perkins 1103A - 33G1 Diesel Electric 30.4 kW (41.3 HP) 27.7 kW (37.7 HP) 3 / 3300 cm³ 1500 rpm Water

Intelilite AMF25

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The Intelilite AMF25 control unit allows you to manage the Generator Set in AMF (Automatic) and MRS (Manual) modes to meet all needs.

The simple and intuitive interface helps the user to better manage events and performances.
The user can monitor the generator and interact with the control unit via Modem or the Internet.



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The IntelliNano is a dedicated controller for single generating sets supporting electronic engines.

The name comes from the compact design compared to other similar products. InteliNano controllers are equipped with an intuitive graphic display, which together with extensive functionality set the new standard in gen-set controls.

The InteliNano can automatically starts the gen-set, opens and close outputs according to failures. InteliNano supports diesel and gasoline engines.

The key features of InteliNano are:
  • easy installation
  • intuitive operation
Users may choose between predefined configurations for typical applications and user-defined configurations for special applications.


sample powersafe The Automatic Vcoltage Regulator (AVR) is an electronic device that regulates the voltage level at all times to maintain precise AC output from the generating set. The AVR calculates how much voltage has to be sent to the exciter numerous times a second, therefore stabilising the output voltage to a predetermined set point.

The control characteristics of an AVR system are much more accurate than those of self-regulated alternators.