Multifeature packaged paralleling system

ASCO series 300 transfer switch-based paralleling system delivers high-power capabilities to mid-tier installations.

08/28/2015


ASCO series 300 transfer switch-based paralleling system delivers high-power capabilities to mid-tier installations. Courtesy: EmersonEmerson’s ASCO series 300 combines the transfer mechanism with ASCO load distribution and control technology originally developed for mission critical, highly engineered installations. Available in 208 to 600 V, the system can synchronize, parallel, and provide load sharing for a wide range of gensets using bias signals to the voltage regulator and governor. The ASCO series 300 feature set includes load bus optimization, generator load demand, and generator power metering for controls that satisfy the requirements of distributed data centers; health care; commercial and telecom operations; oil and gas processes; and government, agriculture, public, and educational facilities.

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