Generator petrol HONDA GX 390 - Single-phase synchronous alternator - Single-phase power  6 kVA (5.4 kW) - Electric Starter

MOSA models GE 7000 HBSLE AVR are compact silenced petrol generating sets with AC output of 6 kVA (4.8 kW) 230V. AVR control ensures very stable power for equipment including sensitive electronics, computers, power tools etc.

The models feature 25 litres fuel tanks for 10 hours continuous operation and are easily moved thanks to their weight 104 kg.

The design incorporates a steel structure with engine and alternator mounted on anti-vibration dampers to increase service life and reduce noise. A recessed panel protects the sockets and controls from accidental damage whilst a tubular steel frame provides protection for the complete machine.

The engine is equipped with a choke system called Easy Start that allows starting of the engine without choke adjustment when the ambient temperature is between 10° C and 25° C.
The main difference between the two models is the starting method.

Suitable for a wide range of uses in general construction, equipment rental, events and standby applications.

In according with CE regulation

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Model Fuel Starter Output Stand By Output PRP Cylinders / Displacement Speed Cooled
HONDA GX 390 Petrol Eletric 8.2 kW (11.1 HP) 6.4 kW (8.7 HP) 1/ 389 cm3 3000 rpm Air

Technical Features

Single-Phase synchronous alternator, self-excited, self-regulated
  • Stand-by single-phase power: 7,2 kVA (6,5 kW) / 230 V / 31,1 A
  • PRP single-phase power: 6 kVA (5,4 kW) / 230 V / 26,1 A
  • Dimensions: 750x520x660 mm
  • Dry weight (HBSL): 93 kg
  • Dry weight (HBSLE): 104 kg
  • Measured acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 96 dB(A) (71 dB(A) @ 7m)
  • Guaranteed acoustic power LwA (pressure LpA): 96 dB(A) (71 dB(A) @ 7m)

  • SCHUKO sockets

Oil Alert

sample powersafe The “Oil Alert” system is designed to prevent damage to the engine due to an insufficient quantity of oil in the engine sump.

This system automatically shuts off the engine before the oil level falls below the safety limit.


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