DIESEL GENERATOR, Diesel Engine Open-shelf Generator, LCD Data Displays

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Open-shelf Generator---- product description

Efficient dynamics and long-lasting use

Convenient service and installation

LCD Data Displays

* KI intelligent controller

Special design for harsh environment

Diesel Engine
With KIPOR KD series engine/ Cummins B, C, L, N, K series engine as the power source. Applicable to 13.5-920kW generator set.
Optional mechanical or electrical governor, with excellent speed response characteristics
Optional engine speed (1500rpm, 1800rpm, 3000rpm), which reflects the strong power and economic efficiency of the set.
Optimum power output characteristics
Engines are available with three different air intaking methods– natural aspiration, charged and charge inter-cooling.

Synchronous Alternator
KIPOR KFS Series Alternator
•Four-pole rotating magnetic field, self-ventilating radiation system formed by rotor blade 
•2/3 pitch winding, effectively eliminating the sub or ultra harmonic and increasing the paralleling capability
•excellent short circuit withstand ability
•Brushless rotating exciter with rotor/stator exciting system, three-phase rectified bridge
•Insulation grade: H
•Single-ended support mounting way minimizes the vibration of operating generator
•Standard wiring with three-phase four-wire and star connection output
•Auxiliary AVR ensures the steady state voltage deviation compliant with ISO 8528G3
•High quality electromagnetic winding coil
•Integrated design combining the AC output main winding and exciting system
•Rotor damper windings improve the output wave of generator and minimum the wave distortion
•Minimum the generator reactance characteristics
•Maximize the efficiency of electromagnetic induction power generation

Complete Auxiliary Equipment System
•The generator set is installed with internal vibration damper, controller, starting system and auto-monitoring system, to form an integrated power station generator set.
•The internal cushion is made of special rubber
•No need for additional cushion to connect and fix the base to ground.

Apply connection pole for generator set full power output
ATS configuration option
ATS dual-power auto-switch system introduces the specialized dual-power switch with self-locker.

Control System
KI Series controller is a control system independently researched and developed by KIPOR. It applies the microprocessor technology, with the function of measurement, control and protection, and accurately measures various parameters. Cooperating with its self-developed ATS module, it can realize the manual/auto switch control between the generator set and utility power.

Engine Protection 
Over/Under speed alarm/shut down
Starting fail shut down
Low oil pressure alarm/shutdown
High coolant temperature alarm/shutdown
Low fuel level alarm/shut.
Charging fault alarm
High/low battery voltage alarm

Internal Control
• Manual/ automatic operation mode option
• Wireless remote start
• Electric door lock start
• Emergency shut down
• Engine speed testing 
• Engine start
• Barring

• Over/Under voltage shut down      
• Over current alarm/shut down
• Under frequency shut down          
• Over frequency shut down
Standard protection
During the operation, the control system may display the fault on panel by lighting up the relative LED and revealing the fault code and explanation on LCD, with the internal buzzer sounding for alarm.

LCD Data Displays
• Generator set parameters          
• Engine speed 
• Output frequency      
• Output phase voltage 
• Output line voltage       
• Oil pressure
• Coolant temperature        
• Oil temperature (optional)
• Fuel level             
• Clock
• Battery voltage              
• Battery charging current
• Output current            
• Active power
• Reactive power         
• Power factor
• Continuous running time    
• Output power 
• Grid frequency               
• Grid three-phase phase voltage
• Grid network three-phase line voltage
• Fault history

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Q:What is "hours meter reading"?
it is a meter, more than likely electronic digital but ive seen mechanical ones also, that is attached to the generator that tells you how many hours it has been running or in your case at how many hours you have to add more diesel
Q:Can I working on computer while power supply from Generator?
Depending on where you live, your main power may occasionally be supplied by a large diesel generator. During power outages I use a 5500 watt generator to supply power to my home. The computer is on backup power and I have never had a problem. There is absolutely no reason for concern if you have a good quality generator that works properly. If your generator supplies a stable output voltage it will work fine. However if your generator operates near it maximum load and the output voltage varies in frequency and voltage there is a possibility of damage to equipment connected. A UPS may assist, but unless the generator is perfect the UPS will switch to battery power. After a short time the battery will run down and the computer shut off.
Q:Whats the best Fuel economy (in mpg) you can get from a Diesel Electric car ?
How big a car, carrying what, on what roads, in what traffic? Far too many variables to compute.
Q:What pulley sizes would I need?
If the engine is likely to be running for a long time, fuel consumption is likely to be important. You want to find out at what RPM the engine produces maximum torque.(If it's a car engine that will likely be related to the cruising speed of the car in top gear) All IC engines are most fuel efficient at the rpm for peak torque. If the engine can make enough power for your requirements at the rpm for peak torque, that's the rpm you should aim to run the engine at. Will depend on the engine of course, but peak torque is usually around about 1/3 of the rev range, I estimate that to be aprox 1800rpm [ie (3600-800)*1/3 +800 ] If aiming for 1800rpm for the generator, with an engine speed of 1800rpm, you don't need to change the rpm at all. That means the pulley's can be the same size, unless the belts slip (flat/ribbed belts slip aprox 3%- probably not enough for you to worry about) So that's the ratio sorted out. Physical size of pulley. All belts have a minimum diameter pulley which they can go around, so long as the pulley is larger there's no problem. Minimum size pulley depends on the thickness, and construction of the belt- and that depends on the power you're transferring via the belt. If you give some indication of the power you're wanting to transfer I'm, sure you get some additional help you'll probably need a governor for the engine to generate at 60Hz give or take a bit. Many diesel engines just have a max/min governor relying on the user to governing the rpm under varying load . You'll need fairly good control for electrically generation, but it needs be nothing much than releasing the throttle a little if the generator is running fast, and if the generator is running slow pressing the throttle. Hope that helps
Q:How do I prevent a flashback from blowing up my HHO generator?
If you use the term 'HHO', you sound like an idiot. There's no such chemical. There's H2, there's O2, and there's H2O. Electrolysis of H2O (aka water) produces H2 (hydrogen) and O2 (oxygen) gas. Burning H2 (reacting it with O2) produces H2O. Nowhere in this process is anything called 'HHO' produced. But the bigger isue is why you'd even want to put hydrogen gas into your car engine. It is designed to burn gasoline (or diesel), not hydrogen. Putting hydrogen into a gasoline engine is like a human eating a rock. Sure, it's possible, but it doesn't give you any benefits, and it could cause serious problems.
Q:How to silence a very loud Diesel Generator ?
This is not a good idea. This generator is more than just loud, it poses a serious health and safety threat. The exhaust gasses from the generator have to be vented to the outside or the carbon monoxide they contain will kill you. Diesel fuel is a fire hazard and without proper fireproofing you will end up with a serious fire. Finally, the generator has to be provided with a separate supply of outside air both to ventilate the space to prevent overheating and to supply air for the engine.
Q:What is the gasoline cost rate ($/Kwh) for a 50 Kw Generator?
I found a spec sheet on a 50kW diesel generator that says it uses 4.2 gallons per hour at full load, 3.3 gph at 3/4 load, 2.4 gph at 1/2 load, and 1.8 gph at 1/4 load. Full load for an hour would be 50 kWh, so that would be 4.2/50 or .084 gallons per kWh. If diesel is $4.50 per gallon, that would be about $0.38 per kWh. If you run at 1/4 load, 12.5 kW instead of 50 Kw, you would pay $0.65 per kWh.
Q:power generator for home use?
I guess it depends as to the level of comfort you want to maintain during an outage. Do you want to run all the AC units while on generator power or can you be comfortable with only one running at a time? Needless to say natural gas is the most dependable fuel in most cases. Also, there are no storage problems as with petrol and diesel. A 20 KW Generac natural gas generator with a 200 amp automatic transfer switch can be purchased for less than $5,000.00. I can only guess at the cost of installation. We had a devastating ice storm here 2 years ago and I have since installed many of these whole house systems including my own. In most cases the installation costs were less than $1500.00. (plumbing and electrical) This should power your home adequately in most emergency situations. The noise level is easily controlled with the placement of the generator in relation to your home's living and sleeping areas. Operating costs will exceed your normal energy cost as the generator will run at full speed 24/7 and cost will also increase in relation to fuel comsumption depending on the load. Probably about double your normal energy cost. Good luck!
Q:throttle/governor on a cheap diesel diesel motor?
So what did you want to do with this engine? It sounds like a stationary engine used to power a generator or pump or similar application at a constant RPM.
Q:question on electrical in flat?
This electrical specification describes some aspects of the electrical distribution system for a block of flats (apartment building in USA terms). A 3 phase power supply is 3 live wires and a neutral with 400 volts or so between any two live wires and 230 volts or so between any live wire and the neutral. Each flat would be connected to one live wire and neutral. A change over switch is a switch that can switch the load from one power source to another. It could switch between two mains connections from the power company or it could switch between the power company mains and a standby diesel generator set. An RMU transformer is a ring main unit transformer. The transformer would be the step down or substation transformer from the transmission line voltage to the 400 volt level. There would probably be one transformer for all of the flats, possibly two if there are two mains connections from the power company. The RMU designation indicates that the transformer includes additional components such as the change over switch and main circuit breaker as a single piece of equipment. Advanced features might include such things as transformer temperature monitoring, load monitoring, and remote indication provisions. Unless the features are enumerated, it isn't a particularly useful description. It may or may not include features in addition to the minimum required by government regulations. If you are purchasing only an individual flat, this might offer some assurance that the electrical system is modern and reliable, but it is a very poor description to offer prospective purchasers of individual flats.

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