qsv91g

QSV91G for Commercial Industrial

Frequency (Hz) 50, 60
Certification N/A
Fuel Type Lean-Burn Gas, Natural Gas
Rated for kW kVa
Standby 1250-2000 1563-2500

Applications

  • Exhaust emissions – Lean burn technology provides exhaust emissions levels as low as 1 g/hp-hr NOx.
  • Cummins® heavy-duty engine – Rugged 4-cycle lean burn gas combustion engine utilizing full authority electronic engine management and monitoring.
  • Permanent magnet generator (PMG) – Offers enhanced motor starting and fault clearing short circuit capability.
  • Alternator – Several alternator sizes offer selectable voltage and temperature rise with low reactance 2/3 pitch windings; low waveform distortion with non-linear loads, fault clearing short-circuit capability, class F or H insulation (see Alternator Data Sheet for details), bearing and stator RTDs and anti-condensation heater. Mechanically strengthened for use on utility paralleling with unreliable grid.
  • Control system – The PowerCommand 3.3 generator set control is standard equipment and provides total genset system integration including full paralleling capability in grid or load share mode, precise frequency and voltage regulation, alarm and status message display, AmpSentry™ protection, output metering, auto-shutdown at fault detection and a user interface panel installed onto the genset. Optional remote operator panels are also available.
  • Cooling system – The generator set is equipped with the capability of interfacing with a remote radiator or heat exchanger.
  • Warranty
Generator Model Hz Standby kVA / kW Fuel Type Spec Sheet
C1250 N6C 50 1563 / 1250 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463
C1540 N6C 60 1925 / 1540 Natural Gas S-1463
C1540N5C 50 1925 / 1540 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463
C1700 N6 50 2125 / 1700 Lean-Burn Gas S-1624
C1750N5C 50 2188 / 1750 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463
C1750 N6C 50 2188 / 1750 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463
C2000 N6C 50 2500 / 2000 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463
C2000N5C 50 2500 / 2000 Lean-Burn Gas S-1463


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