PANTHER-14YD – 13,8 kVA Generator
GENERAL DATAS :
PRP : Prime Rated Power : 12,5 kVA / 9,6 kW
ESP : Emergency Standby Power : 13,8 kVA / 10,4 kW
Voltage : 230-400V
Power factor : 0.8 (cosΦ)
Rotation speed : 1500 rpm
Number of phases : 1 or 3
Frequency : 50 Hz
Fuel tank autonomy at 75% : 56 hours
Engine specifications :
Number of cylinders : 4
Governor type : mechanical
Specifications : 4-cycle engine, direct fuel injection , liquid-based cooling
Displacement : 1,8 L
Maximum standby power at rated rotation 1500tr/min : 14 kW
Maximum standby power at rated rotation 1500tr/min : 19,01 Cv
Compression ratio : 18:01
Engine starting type : electrical 12V
Air inlet system : atmospheric
Alternator specifications :
Excitation system : Self Excited
AVR : Stamford
Voltage regulation type : electronic
This diesel generator, available in single-phase and three-phase versions, provides maximum output of 13.8 kVA. It is ideal for providing lighting on construction sites and is easily able to power accommodation facilities, modular cabins and site huts. Electrical intensity can reach 58.5 amps in the three-phase version.
This 12.5 kVA (continuous power) industrial genset is enclosed and soundproof. It benefits from a Deep Sea digital controller and integrated automatic transfer switch.
Cogeneration system option: simultaneous production of thermal and electrical energy. Bi-Oil option: uses vegetable or recycled oil as fuel.
This genset is equiped with four poles thermal magnetic circuit breaker with ajustable differential switches, with a DEEPSEA control panel and with an integrated automatic transfer switch system.
With a robust design, our diesel gensets produce reliable electrical power.
For enhanced mobility it can be mounted on a trailer.
A cogeneration system enables it to produce thermal and electrical energy simultaneously.
The Bi-Oil option enables the genset to operate using vegetable oil instead of diesel.
3 year warranty* or 1,000 hours, whichever comes first.
* Mainland France only, outside this area the warranty covers 1 year or 1,000 hours, whichever comes first.