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Doosan launches generator synchronization option

Option to benefit rental companies.

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A DIPP PowerSource generator.
A DIPP PowerSource generator.

Doosan Infracore Portable Power (DIPP) has launched the new AGC200 synchronization option for its G250, G400 and G500 PowerSource generator models. DIPP worked closely with DEIF, to develop the new synchronization feature, Doosan said today in a statement.

Combined with the Cummins engines and Leroy Somer alternators on the Doosan generators, the synchronization feature will allow specialist generator rental companies to manage and optimize generator fleet modularity and thereby increase utilization rates, the company says.

The AGC200 synchronization controller is compatible with the newest AGC3 management software through CAN bus communication. The analogue load sharing lines allow users to synchronize with non DEIF branded controllers. This capability offers the widest application coverage for rental companies.

The G250, G400 and G500 are the three largest models in the PowerSource generator family, which comprises 12 mobile and portable generator models with prime power outputs at rated speed from 10 to 500 kVA.

The PowerSource generators are equipped with advanced Stage 2 Emission Compliant engines ensuring the optimum mix of performance, fuel economy and low emissions. Thanks to the high-capacity onboard fuel systems, the PowerSource generators can run for at least 24 hours, without refuelling, ensuring uninterrupted power for critical applications.

The PowerSource line of generators is equipped with several environmentally friendly features such as 110% containment of all liquids to prevent any spillage of fuel, oil, or coolant onto the ground.
 

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