The Javac SD-12000 is equipped with a 2-cylinder direct injection and water-cooled engine in V-shape.
The alternator is equipped with a well-functioning AVR to regulate the torque of the engine, so that it automatically requests the correct power from the engine in function of the required power.
The engine is equipped with an electric starter with sufficient power to start the diesel engine.
The generator is equipped with 4 wheels, basically to move the generator over short distances.
The fuel tank is large enough to provide the generator with a range of 16 hours at 75% engine load.
The average consumption of the engine is between 1.5 and 2 liters per hour.
The fuel used is diesel for industrial engines (extra or plus).
The generator is built into a soundproof housing, fitted with the necessary doors to provide easy access to all engine components for easy maintenance.
The digital control panel displays all operating parameters. (Oil contact, overload, power, voltage, AMP, and hour meter)
There is also an ATS contact as standard to make this group useful as an emergency power configuration, provided an ATS network transfer box.
In addition to the possibility to connect a power cable directly to the bornen, the device has two connections 230 volts and 1 connection 16 AMP at 400 volts.
The power is also protected with a loss current switch with a value of 30 milliamps.
The output is stabilized so that sensitive equipment such as electronics can be connected without the risk of overvoltage or heavy fluctuations in the sine wave.
This generator can be used very well as a power supply for the light truck to carry out jobs on site.
But also for emergency power, since the engine and water-cooled versions can be used for longer periods with this generator, without it having an impact on the lifespan of the engine.
We recommend changing the engine oil every 200 hours, oil filter and fuel filter every 400 hours and air filter every 1000 hours.
With proper maintenance, you should estimate the lifespan of a 3000 rpm engine between 5000 and 10,000 hours depending on the load.