P11000 Diesel - 10.6kVA, 240v &110v - Auto start - Auto mains failure

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he Automatic Mains Failure panel is wired into your house mains. This panel constantly monitors the mains power and when it detects that there is a lack in power it sends a signal to the generator. The generator detects the signal from the AMF panel and starts up to feed power to the household. While this is in motion, the AMF panel continues to monitor the power from the mains electricity and when it detects that there is power back again, it sends a signal to the generator to stop and flicks back over to receiving power from the mains grid once again

P11000 Diesel - 10.6kVA, 240v &110v - Auto start - Auto mains failure

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  • The Pramac P11000 SYEDS generator is fitted with the Yanmar 3TNE68 4 stroke, water cooled engine.

  • Ideal for Home Standby power or small business backup.

  • The Pramac P11000 single phase Diesel has an AMF panel that automatically controls switchover from mains to generating set and vice versa - 50 Hz - 230 V - 63 A or 100 amps. Fully enclosed noise reducing cabinet with autostart and transfer switch.
Model P11000 Diesel

 

kVA 10.6
Rated watts 10,000
Voltage 230v & 110v
Frequency 50Hz
Engine (water cooled) Yanmar 3TNV 70
Cylinders 3
HP 20
Fuel tank capacity 24 ltr
Run time 7 hrs @ 75%
Weight 325 Kg
Size (LxWxH) - mm 1451 x 650 x 975
Noise level 70 dBA @ 7m
Hour meter & volt meter Yes
Electric protection IP23
Socket protection IP44
utomatic Mains Failure panel (AMF) Starts the generator automatically in the event of a power cut. Totally digital and programmable. Magnetothermic protection will be installed on board. The Automatic Mains Failure panel is wired into your house mains. This panel constantly monitors the mains power and when it detects that there is a lack in power it sends a signal to the generator. The generator detects the signal from the AMF panel and starts up to feed power to the household. While this is in motion, the AMF panel continues to monitor the power from the mains electricity and when it detects that there is power back again, it sends a signal to the generator to stop and flicks back over to receiving power from the mains grid once again

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