Genset for mobile markets

The C17D5T generator set by Cummins Power Generation is suited for mobile telecommunications applications.

07/24/2012


The C17D5T generator set is a powerful addition to the Cummins Power Generation family of products, ideal for mobile telecommunications in fast-growing developing markets. The diesel-engine generator set features an integrated automatic transfer switch, a large fuel tank and long intervals between services, allied to a heavy-duty engine, and integral radiator cooling system. The C17D5T is well-suited to the needs of mobile operators reaching new subscribers in remote areas. The C17D5T generator set operates at 50 Hz and has single-phase and 3-phase ratings of 17 kVA standby, 15 kVA prime. The unit has a rugged four-cycle industrial engine that features low emissions and a fast response to load changes. Cooling is provided by a standard integral radiator system, designed and tested for rated ambient temperatures—making it simpler to design generator set installations to meet requirements for rejected heat.

Cummins Power Generation

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