GENERATOR AUTO START SWITCH TUTORIAL
If you want to learn about the generator auto start switch this is the page to start with. The Be124 is the state of art Generator Auto Start Switch. Go to this PRESENTATION PAGE that reminds you the general features of the Be124. If you are not familiar with genset controllers, you can start from the scratch right here:
The Be124 Generator Auto Start Switch and your Generator
After understanding the basic principle of a genset controller there you are how it looks like a typical Generator Auto Start Switch wiring diagram with all necessary hardware. In this generator auto start switch diagram all input/output lines of Be124 are used. Normally only 40% up to 60% of the Be124 hardware features are used in normal applications. You can observe better the details by opening this DETAILED WIRING DIAGRAM PAGE. If your business is the remote monitoring we remind you that that we offer three solutions:
Inside the Be1 generator auto start switch
the Engine Control & Monitoring Module encompasses all functions required to control the engine in a safe and automatic way. The internal micro controller continuously combines the requests of the user (local push buttons or remote controls) and the requests of all inputs and ancillary internal Modules. It compares the internal settings with the sensed measurements that are made hundreds of times every second on the generator. It delivers commands on the output connections and ports to keep the system working in an efficient way.
Be1 Generator Auto Start Switch Description
The generator auto start switch Be1 features the following adjustable parameters.
[P1] START DELAY TIME It provides a programmable delay after detecting a start condition request on a programmable input (or serial interface).
[P2] STOP DELAY TIME It provides a programmable delay after detecting a stop condition request on a programmable input (or serial interface).
[P3] PRE-LUBE TIME It energizes the Pre-lube pump or simply it could be used to delay the crank if necessary.
[P4] CRANK VDC It terminates the crank when voltage of the charger alternator rises above the setting. The option OFF disable the monitoring.
[P5] CRANK VAC It terminates the crank when voltage of the generator rises above the setting. The option OFF disable the monitoring.
[P6] CRANK TIME It limits the coupling of the starter motor
[P7] CRANK REST TIME It creates a delay after each starting pulse in a way to stabilize the parameters of the battery and in the same time to cool down the starting motor.
[P0] START ATTEMPTS It limits the numbers of attempts before providing a starting failure alarm.
CRANK HZ It terminates the crank when frequency of the generator or speed of the engine rises above the setting. The option OFF disables the monitoring.
[P0] CRANK RPM It terminates the crank when frequency of the generator or speed of the engine rises above the setting. The option OFF disables the monitoring.