Generator sets

Generator sets are available in a new line rated 30 to 38 kVA at 50 Hz and 27 to 35 kW at 60 Hz. The new generator sets provide an economical and reliable power solution to a variety of prime and standby applications for small businesses and the telecommunications market.

03/01/2008


Generator sets are available in a new line rated 30 to 38 kVA at 50 Hz and 27 to 35 kW at 60 Hz. The new generator sets provide an economical and reliable power solution to a variety of prime and standby applications for small businesses and the telecommunications market. The gensets come with digital control as standard, providing total system integration and proven reliability in generator set monitoring, control and protection. An intuitive operator interface panel, integrated control functionality and advanced overcurrent protection are key benefits.

Cummins Power Generation Circle 451





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