Genset Controls and protections (AMF)

In the framework of our ongoing diligent pursuit and efforts to use the latest technologies in the field of gensets. HMH Trading Est. worked on using the best known globally board protectors and electronically control panels DSE6020 & DSE7220

1-    DSE6020

The DSE6020 is an Auto Mains (Utility) Failure Control Module suitable for a wide variety of single, diesel or gas, gen-set applications.
Monitoring speed, frequency, voltage, current, oil pressure, coolant temperature and fuel level, the modules will display warnings, shutdown and engine status information on the back-lit LCD screen and illuminated LED.
The DSE6020 offers electronic (CAN) and non-electronic (magnetic pick-up/alternator sensing) engine versions and offer a number of flexible inputs, outputs and engine protections so the system can be easily adapted to suit a wide range of application demands.

DSE7220

The DSE7220 is an Auto Mains (Utility) Failure Control Module suitable for a wide variety of single, diesel or gas, gen-set applications.

The DSE7220 will be monitoring an extensive number of engine parameters; the modules will display warnings, shutdown and engine status information on the back-lit LCD screen and illuminated LEDs. The DSE7220 will also monitor the mains (utility) supply, and more..

DSE7220 are compatible with electronic (CAN) and non-electronic (magnetic pick-up/alternator sensing) engines and offer an extensive number of flexible inputs, outputs and engine protections so the system can be easily adapted to suit a wide range of application demands.

Enhanced features include a real time clock for improved event monitoring, the ability to display information in any language and a clear 4-line text display.

The module can be easily configured using the DSE Configuration Suite PC software. Selected front panel editing is also available.

Function of the automatic control panel:

•    Facilities automatic startup of the generating sets during mains failure within pre-determined parameters.
•    Facilities generated power supply into the supply network as soon as the pre-scribed parameters are reached.
•    The automatic control panel monitors the engine and alternator parameters through special protections.
•    Automatic changeover from Generating set to mains once mains current parameters have been reached.
•    Facilities a period of time for the current to stabilize.
•    Facilities a programmed shutdown period for the Generating set engine to cool down gradually.
•    Controls service intervals.
•    Controls alternator current for battery charging and supply to the Automatic Control Panel.