GE 55 PS

Generator Diesel PERKINS 1103A - 33TG1 - Three-phase synchronous alternator - Three-phase power 46 kVA (36.8 kW)- Single-phase power 17 kVA – Air Cooled

MOSA model GE 55 PS is a silenced diesel generating set. The machine construction incorporates an integral roll bar, central lifting point, forklift pockets and rear canopy section that is hinged to provide full access to the engine for maintenance. The 65 litre fuel tank provides a running time of 8 hours. At 940kg the machine is compact and easily transportable using the optional site tow or road tow trailer.

AVR control ensures very stable power for equipment including sensitive electronics, computers, power tools etc. The recessed control panel is lockable and houses the sockets and machine controls including ELCB-GFI, circuit breaker and engine protection device.

EAS models are pre-wired to accept the optional MOSA EAS Automatic Start-Up Panel which plugs into the front panel of the Generator and enables the machine to be used as an emergency standby power unit in the event of power failure from the mains supply.

Also available is an optional TCM remote control allowing start/stop of the engine up to 10 metres distance from the machine.

Suitable for a wide range of uses including industrial sites, residential, construction, noise sensitive environments and emergency standby power.

In according with CE regulation

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Engine

Model Fuel Starter Output Stand By Output PRP Cylinders / Displacement Speed Cooled

Technical Features

INFO
  • Engine protection EP6
  • Automatic voltage regulator “AVR
  • Sockets : 1x400V 63A 3P+N+T CEE - 1x230V 16A 2P+T CEE
  • Ready for connection to automatic transfer unit EAS

GENERAL
  • IP protection degree: 23
  • Dimension:  2030x870x1130 mm
  • Dry weight : 940 kg
  • Measured acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 94 dB(A) (69 dB(A) @ 7m)
  • Guaranteed acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 95 dB(A) (70 dB(A) @ 7m)

AVR

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.

OPTIONS ON REQUEST

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