Innovative Panda 6000i Generator Recieves "Special Mention" From Dames Award At The Mets Tradeshow 2008

PRESS RELEASE: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 18.10.2008

Date:2009-11-18

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INNOVATIVE PANDA 6000i GENERATOR RECIEVES “SPECIAL MENTION” FROM DAMES AWARD AT THE METS TRADESHOW 2008

The new innovative Fischer Panda 6000i Generator was awarded a “special mention” from the Jury during the DAME AWARD at the METS 2008.

The innovative new Fischer Panda 6000i Generator uses variable speed technology which allows the speed of the engine to be regulated and adjusted according to the electrical load that is connected. The high starting performance for inductive load makes the generator ideal for starting an air conditioning unit or even running a diving compressor. The clean sinus wave form with its accurate voltage and frequency regulation ensures that a stabile and efficient supply of power is available for sensitive electronic devices.

A new control panel and engine controller has been designed by Fischer Panda for this generator technology. The control panel allows the generator to be operated from the cabin and displays current status and technical data. The new panel is compact so it can be installed on small dashboards. The low weight (116kg) and compact size (LxWxH : 550x440x530) allows the generator to be installed in very tight spaces.

Variable Speed Technology

Variable speed technology takes full advantage of its modern diesel engine designed to run at lower speeds.The speed of the engine is regulated and adjusted according to the electrical load which makes it economical to run. Currently most generators on the market operate with a fixed speed of 1500 or 3000 RPM for 50 Hz (alternatively with 1800 or 3600 RPM for the 60Hz market). High engine speed means higher exhaust emissions.

For this reason engine manufacturers have started to reduce the engine speed on several engines to meet the new emission standards. Even when operating with low loads, these are required to operate at higher speeds. This has always been a major concern with regard to the engine lifespan, glassing of the cylinders and high oil consumption.

   

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