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  1. What is an Inverter Generator ?

    What is an Inverter Generator?

    In a few words, it is a generator that can safely power sensitive electronic devices. They produce clean and stable energy in comparison to traditional generators.

    How Do Inverter Generators Work?

    To understand how they work, you first need to understand the inverter. Where traditional generators use a heavy alternator, inverter generators use a lightweight digital electronic alternator – the inverter.

    The inverter generator produces pure sine wave power. It simply means that you get power as clean as what get from the main power outlets at home. The generator produces DC power, and then the inverter inverts and converts DC power to a steady flow of clean AC power.

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  2. Generator Power Ratings: Here's What You Should Know

    When you consider purchasing a generator, the first thing you should think about is the intended use of it. It may be easy to find out how much power is required for an application by using a generator power calculator available online but there are several factors to consider before purchasing a generator such as a generator’s engine power ratings and what do they mean.

    The guidelines set in this article explains the proper application of generator drive engines in AC Generator Set installations.

     

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  3. Diesel Generator Fuel Consumption Guide

    Generator fuel consumption has always been a concern of many in deciding on what generator to buy. Diesel-powered generators tend to be more fuel-efficient than petrol ones, with a 120kW diesel generator achieving an efficiency of between 10.9 and 32.1 litres per hour depending on its load, which is considerably better than a petrol generator. Here, we provided you with an approximate diesel fuel consumption of diesel generators from 10KVA to 500KVA units. Note that; there may be a slight difference in actual fuel usage due to various factors. The table below may only be a close reference if not exact to get a better idea of diesel generator fuel consumption.

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