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GENERAL INDEX

 

 

GB ................................................

Pag.

1÷9

I ................................................

Pag.

10÷18

D ................................................

Pag.

19÷27

NL ................................................

Pag.

28÷36

F ................................................

Pag.

37÷45

SP ................................................

Pag.

46÷54

© WTA srl-1998

All rights reserved

Printed in Italy

Text and graphics by: VEGA - Forlì

INDEX

 

Description

Page

1.0

Identification ..................................................

2

1.1

Manufacturer .....................................................

2

1.2

Definitions ..........................................................

2

1.3

Transport - Handling - storage ...........................

2

1.3.1

Storage conditions .............................................

2

1.3.2

Weight ...............................................................

2

1.3.3

Overall dimensions .............................................

2

1.3.4

Handling ............................................................

2

2.0

Installation ......................................................

2

2.1

Authorised personnel .........................................

2

2.2

Mounting the generator ......................................

3

2.3

Electrical connections ........................................

3

2.3.1

Connection of the battery recharger ...................

3

2.3.2

Connection of the starter battery ........................

3

2.3.3

Connection of the remote control panel .............

3

2.4

Installing the fuel tank .........................................

3

 

Connection to gas canister ................................

3

3.0

General operation .........................................

4

3.1

Description of generator and functioning ............

4

3.2

Safety advice .....................................................

4

3.3

Noise levels ........................................................

4

4.0

Instructions for use ......................................

5

4.1

Starting the generator ........................................

5

4.2

Stopping the generator ......................................

5

4.3

Inherent risks .....................................................

5

4.4

Improper use .....................................................

5

4.5

Useful advices ....................................................

5

4.6

Troubleshooting .................................................

5

5.0

Maintenance operations ..............................

6

5.1

Nature and frequency of checks ........................

6

5.2Maintenance operations which do not

require qualified technicians ...............................

6

5.3Maintenance operations which require

 

qualified technicians ...........................................

6

5.3.1

Oil change .........................................................

7

5.3.2

Air filter maintenance ..........................................

7

5.3.3

Spark plug maintenance ....................................

7

5.3.4

Regulating the voltage ........................................

8

6.0

Inactivity and dismantling ...........................

8

6.1

Dismantling ........................................................

8

7.0

Dealing with fire hazards .............................

8

8.0

Technical data sheet ....................................

9

8.1

Technical specifications .....................................

9

8.2

Wiring diagrams .........................................

55÷71

No part of this publication may be reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written permission from WTA srl.

Figures, descriptions, reference and technical data in this manual are given as mere example and are not binding.

Because of WTA policy of continual product and safety improvement, we reserve the right to make changes at any time without notice.

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1.0IDENTIFICATION

The identification plate of the machine is affixed outside the plate casing (see fig. 1).

1.1MANUFACTURER

WTA srl

Via Virgilio, 3

47100 FORLI' - ITALY P. IVA 00718330400

1.2DEFINITIONS

In this handbook, three types of “safety graphics” are used to point out different levels of danger or any other important information:

DANGER

Draws attention to potentially dangerous situations which may cause serious personal injury.

CAUTION

Draws attention to potentially dangerous situations which may cause personal injury or material damage.

IMPORTANT

Draws attention to situations which may cause malfunctioning or damage to the machine.

1.3TRANSPORT - HANDLING - STORAGE

1.3.1 STORAGE CONDITIONS

The generator is protected against sudden impact by suitable packing consisting of cardboard, polystyrene and a wooden frame support.

The generator should be stored horizontally in a dry and well-ventilatedroom.

1.3.2 WEIGHT

 

 

Gross weight (including packing):

 

 

Mod. 1000 ..........................................

Kg

50

Mod. 2500 ..........................................

Kg

62

Mod. 3000 ..........................................

Kg

71

Mod. 4000 ..........................................

Kg 114

Mod. 5500 ..........................................

Kg 140

1.3.3 OVERALL DIMENSIONS

See figg. 2, 3, 4 :

 

 

 

 

 

Model

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1000

 

3000

 

4000

 

5500

 

 

 

2500

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSTALLATION

A

mm

470

530

570

 

660

 

700

B

mm

535

605

650

 

740

 

--

 

 

 

 

C

mm

565

640

680

 

770

 

--

 

D

mm

320

385

385

 

475

 

515

"A"

E

mm

315

290

290

 

355

 

510

F

mm

260

295

295

 

310

 

--

TYPE

 

 

G

mm

27

30

30

 

62

 

--

 

H

mm

--

360

360

 

--

 

--

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

INSTALLATION"B"

I

mm

65

87

113

 

78

 

--

O

mm

535

605

650

 

740

 

735

 

L

mm

65

96

97

 

265

 

--

 

M

mm

225

222

230

 

130

 

--

 

N

mm

36

28

25

 

17

 

--

TYPE

P

mm

27

30

30

 

62

 

55

 

 

 

 

Q

mm

260

295

295

 

310

 

370

.

X

mm

590

650

690

 

780

 

770

DIM

 

 

OPENING

Z

mm

335

305

305

 

380

 

550

 

Y

mm

385

430

435

 

540

 

505

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air intake area

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

cm2

220

220

220

 

260

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.3.4 HANDLING

The packed generator can be handled by normal means of lifting and transport.

Boxes are fitted with spacers which enable the use of manual fork-lifts.

DANGER

Strictly observe the accident prevention precautions and safety regulations during lifting and transport, and always use machines with a higher maximum capacity than the load to be lifted.

2.0INSTALLATION

2.1AUTHORISED PERSONNEL

The generator shall be installed onto the vehicle (caravan, motorhome or special vehicle) by authorised personnel only, namely by skilled technicians or workshops, authorised directly by W.T.A.

If the installation is carried out by non-authorizedtechnicians

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or workshops, W.T.A. disclaims any responsibility for the safety and efficient running of the generator according to the M.D. 89/392/EEC.

DANGER

The instructions given in sections 2.2 - 2.3 - 2.4 are addressed to qualified technicians only.

2.2MOUNTING THE GENERATOR

Generators mod. 1000 - 2500 - 3000 - 4000 are provided with fixing brackets,vibration dampers and petrol filter to be placed on the fuel feed hose to the generator. Brackets allow either suspended type "A” mounting (see fig. 3) or traditional type "B” mounting (see fig. 4).

This is made possible by the supporting frame of the outer casing.

Generator mod. 5500 is provided with brackets for fixing the external seal, brackets for anchoring the unit, vibration dampers, silencer (pos. 29 fig. 16) to be coupled to the exhaust hose delivered as accessory AG 125 (pos. 34 fig. 16), and fuel filter which is standard installed inside the casing (pos. 33 fig. 15). The brackets (pos. 31 fig. 16) which allow to fix the seal (pos. 35 fig. 16) allow to mount the generator complete with seal inside the arranged compartment and to perfectly seal the vehicle side. The exhaust hose can be positioned at will as shown in fig. 16 by rotating the curve inwards to either upper position or lower position. By removing the curve, it is also possible to directly fit the exhaust pipe by crossing the casing on its lefthand side. The prearranged floor must tolerate both the generator mass and the vibrations due to the motion of the vehicle ("TYPE B” mounting).

The type “A” mounting (suspended installation) offers the following advantages: reduced overall dimensions, quick installation, easy access for both ordinary and extraordinary maintenance operations.

Make sure there is enough space around the generator casing for air to pass freely (for cooling). It is also necessary to leave at least 20 mm distance between the casing and the surrounding parts.

If the breathing manifold is positioned behind one of the vehicle's wheels, make sure that the tyre is prevented from throwing water into the casing when travelling on wet roads. For the type “A” mounting, use the plate supports provided to ensure that the genset is fixed securely. If type “B” mounting is preferred (traditional installation), a watertight compartment (fig. 2), set towards the vehicle interior and having the dimensions given in section 1.3.3, needs to be prearranged, with exhaust holes and air inlets drilled into the floor and door. In addition, use an exhaust union (fig. 4), supplied as accessory, to be fixed directly onto the generator casing with screws or rivets. In order to prevent the exhaust gas recycling within the compartment, place flameproof sealing around the exhaust union.

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2.3 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

For the 230V use a standard cable with cross-sectionaccording to table 1 below. Pass it inside the casing via the airlead (pos. 30 fig. 7 and 9) and connect to the terminals (pos. 17/18 fig. 6 and 14). Connect the earth wire to pos. 15. The electrical circuit should have a relay orchange-overswitch (such as accessory AG102/AG113), so as to prevent any damage to the generator when the camper is connected to an external mains supply (precedence is automatically given to the mains).

Mod.

Cross-section

Cross-section

6 m

> 6 m

 

mm2 -230V

mm2-12V

 

 

1000

1.5

6

10

16

2500

2.5

2.5

10

16

3000

2.5

2.5

10

16

4000

4

2.5

10

16

5500

4

2.5

16

25

 

 

 

 

 

Power cables

Battery connection

Battery recharger

TAB. 1

 

2.3.1CONNECTION OF BATTERY RECHARGER

Use a wire with minimum cross-sectionaccording to table 1 above to connect the terminal (pos. 16 fig. 6 and 14) to the positive lead of the battery to be recharged.

Insert the AG111 voltage regulator, or alternatively a switch, to interrupt recharging when complete.

(See wiring diagrams, pages 55 ÷ 71).

2.3.2 CONNECTION OF STARTER BATTERY

For starting the generator, connect the positive terminal of the vehicle's starter battery to pos. 12 fig. 6 and 14 using a flame-resistantsheathed cable having across-sectionaccording to table 1 above.

The earth cable should have the same cross-sectionand be connected from pos. 13 to the vehicle chassis. Make sure that a clean,rust-freecontact is made (i.e. rub down surface if painted), and protect with grease.

2.3.3CONNECTION OF REMOTE CONTROL PANEL

Fix the control panel in desired position inside the vehicle and use the individually-testedAG103 extension cable to connect it to the genset by means of the connector pos. 14 fig. 6 and 14.

2.4INSTALLING THE FUEL TANK

Install the fuel tank as near as possible to the generator and if possible on the same horizontal level, or up to 30cm below. As well as reducing the length of fuel pipe as much as possible, make sure it is not bent or squashed. Do not put the tank near sources of heat, and make sure that water

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cannot infiltrate.

Use LOCTITE 577 to make all connections, so as to prevent fuel leakages.

To connect the fuel tank to the generator, use a 6x13mm rubber-coatedtube, of the same type used for the genset and suitable for unleaded petrol. For the extension, use the ties and filter provided. It is advisable to use fuel hose AG118 (accessory) for the connection from tank to refuellingmouth.

IMPORTANT

Model 5500 does not need fuel tank, since it is standard fitted inside the genset casing.

CONNECTION TO GAS CANISTER

CAUTION

For the LPG genset, withdraw the gas from the upright canister before the vehicle's service regulator and from the upper part, so that gas enters the genset at high pressure and in the gaseous state.

(Minimum recommended pressure: 0.7- 0.9 bar)

3.0GENERAL OPERATION

IMPORTANT

The firm disclaims any responsability for damages arising from malfunctioning of the generator.

3.1DESCRIPTION OF GENERATOR AND FUNCTIONING

The generator consists of an endothermic petrol engine connected to an alternator which produces both alternate and direct current.

The unit comes in a soundproof casing made of pressed steel plate and insulated with special deadening materials. Fuel comes to the combustion engine through a pump which is standard fitted on the unit itself.

3.2SAFETY ADVICE

The unit is housed within a perfectly closed casing. Therefore, there is no danger of accidental contacts with hot or moving parts or wires under voltage.

The door of the unit is fitted with lock and key and should not be left within the reach of children or non-authorisedpersons.

DANGER

The unit shall be used only and exclusively with the door closed.

Keep inflammable substances like petrol, paints, solvents, etc. away from the generator.

Do not let hot parts of the genset come into contact with inflammable materials.

Do not fill up with the engine running if the tank is placed close to the generator.

Do not touch the generator or its connections with wet hands.

Do not replace the fuses or thermal switches with new ones of higher amperage.

Any check of the electrical parts shall be made with engine stopped and by authorised technicians only.

The generator is manufactured according to the safety rules given in the Conformity Declaration.

3.3NOISE LEVELS

The generator has been submitted to a noise emission test at a qualified ISTEDIL lab, where all the necessary tests were carried out and EC Certificate No.I-225/92issued, stating following results:

Measured according to: EC DIRECTIVE 84/536

NOISE LEVEL:

 

 

Mod. 1000 ..........................................

LwA

81

Mod. 2500 ..........................................

LwA

85

Mod. 3000 ..........................................

LwA

85

Mod. 4000 ..........................................

LwA

87

Mod. 5500 ..........................................

LwA

87

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4.0INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE

4.1STARTING THE GENERATOR

Normally the vehicle's 12V battery is used to start the genset.

First press the red button (pos. 27 fig. 5) on the control panel into the “I” position.

To start the genset from cold, press and hold down the green START button (pos. 25 fig. 5) together with the white CHOKE button (pos. 26 fig. 5) for max. 5 seconds.

When starting the LPG generator from cold, press the green button (pos. 25 fig. 5) and at the same time "blip" the white button (pos. 26 fig. 5) for about a second at intervals of around 3 seconds. As soon as the engine fires, release both buttons.

If the engine does not start, wait a few seconds, then repeat the operation.

CAUTION

Do not make prolonged or repeated (more than 5 consecutive) attempts to start the genset, as this may damage the starter motor.

To start the genset when already warmed-up,or during the summer, when the outside temperature is high, press the green “START” button (pos. 25 fig. 5) only.

In an emergency the genset can be started manually using the pull-cordhandle (pos. 4 fig. 8 and 15) and holding the choke magnet (pos. 36 fig. 8 and 15) shut with one hand if the engine is cold.

The green LED on the control panel ((pos. 23 fig. 5) indicates that the genset is running correctly.

4.2STOPPING THE GENERATOR

Push the red “STOP” button (pos. 27 fig. 5) on control panel into the ”0" position. Alternatively use the safety switch on the genset itself (pos. 7 fig. 6 and 14) for models 2500 - 3000 - 4000 - 5500.

4.3INHERENT RISKS

DANGER

The generator is fitted with a combustion engine, and therefore runs on highly inflammable fuelstuffs.

Exhaust gases are conveyed under the casing and, although mixed with cooling air, they are inevitably hot.

Do not touch the parts of the casing close to the exhaust and do not place your hands or other objects within the duct.

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4.4IMPROPER USE

DANGER

The generator is to be installed by qualified technicians only, according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

The generator is to be used only and exclusively for producing current for mobile vehicles, fitted with a standard electrical circuit in keeping with the power supplied by the generator.

4.5USEFUL ADVICES

To use the genset at best, we remember you that little, but prolonged, overloads may cut off thermal switches pos. 10 and 11 shown in fig. 6 and 14.

During running-in,it is advisable that the new engine is not subjected to loads exceeding its nominal load by 70%, at least during the first 50 running hours.

4.6TROUBLESHOOTING

We have listed below some problems which may occur, along with their respective causes and possible solutions. In the case of problems which are not listed below, please seek advice from an authorised after-salesservice centre.

1When the green “START” button (pos. 25 fig. 5) on the control board is pressed, the generator does not work.

Causes and Solutions:

1.1Check that the red switch (pos. 27 fig. 5) is in the “I” position.

1.2Electrical wires loose or disconnected. (Have checked by qualified personnel).

1.3No power supplied to starter-motor.(Have checked by qualified personnel).

1.4Earth wire of generator disconnected. (Have checked by qualified personnel).

2The starter-motorturns, but the generator does not start.

Causes and Solutions:

2.1No fuel: check.

2.2No oil in engine.

Check if the red warning light (pos. 6 fig. 5) on the control board blinks during the starting phase. Check the oil level and top up if necessary (see Maintenance section).

2.3The safety switch (pos. 7 fig. 6 and 14) is in the "0" position.

Check and press in the “I” position.

2.4Check that the engine's spark-plugnipple is fully inserted.

2.5No current to the spark plug.

(Have checked by qualified personnel).

2.6No fuel getting to the carburettor. (Have checked by qualified personnel).

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3 The generator tends to stall.

Causes and Solutions:

3.1No more fuel left in the tank: refill.

3.2Low oil level. Check and top up.

(See Maintenance section).

3.3Air filter is dirty.

(Have checked by qualified personnel).

4 The generator does not produce current

Causes and Solutions:

4.1Thermal switch off.

Set it to 'on' by pushing the switches (pos. 10 fig. 6 and 14) for 230V A.C., (pos. 11 fig. 6 and 14) for 12V D.C.

4.2Condenser (pos. 19 fig. 8) damaged. (Have checked by qualified personnel).

4.3Diode rectifier (pos. 21 fig. 8) damaged.

In this case, only the 12V D.C. and the green LED on the control board are not working.

(Have checked by qualified personnel).

4.4Rotor diodes damaged.

(Have checked by qualified personnel).

4.5Frequency too low.

(Have checked by qualified personnel).

5 The unloaded current produced oscillates.

Causes and Solutions:

5.1Too much oil in the engine: check.

5.2Defective carburation.

Have the carburettor cleaned by qualified personnel.

5.0MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS

IMPORTANT

Use only genuine spare parts. The generator may get damaged if other than genuine parts having a different quality standard are used.

To make sure that the generator keeps working to maximum efficiency, it is essential that it is properly and regularly maintained. Additionally, a proper maintenance grants the generator a longer lifetime.

DANGER

Before carrying out any check or maintenance operation on the genset, rotate safety switch (pos. 7 fig. 6 and 14) to "0" position to prevent any accidental startings of the unit.

For mod. 1000, it is necessary to disconnect the spark-plugnipple (pos. 1 fig. 8), since no safety switch is fitted.

5.1NATURE AND FREQUENCY OF CHECKS

ORDINARY MAINTENANCE INTERVAL

 

First

Every

Every

Every

carry out at the intervals or after the running

Every

month

3months

6months

year

hours given in the table, depending on which

use

or

or

or

or

occursfirst.

 

 

20hours

50hours

100hours

300hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Engine oil

 

Inspection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Change

 

▲(2)

 

▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air filter

Cleaning

 

 

(1)▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spark plug

Inspection -Cleaning

 

 

 

▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Valve adjustment

Check - adjust

 

 

 

 

▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuel filter and tank

Cleaning

 

 

 

 

▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

R.p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

 

or frequency

Adjust

 

▲(2)

 

 

▲(2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suspension points for

 

 

 

 

 

 

vibration dampers

Inspection

 

 

 

 

▲ (2)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fuel hoses

Check (replace,

 

Every two years (2)

 

 

 

if necessary)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REMARK (1):Clean more frequently when used in dusty areas (2): Get this work done by a specialist only

5.2MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS WHICH DO NOT REQUIRE QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS

To carry out these operations, the generator door first needs to be opened. Therefore, the following measures should be taken:

1)The generator must be stopped with all parts cold.

2)Let the unit cool.

3)Set the safety switch to the “0” position. N.B.Remember to set it to the “I” position again after check!

OIL LEVEL CHECK

1)Remove the oil filling cap (pos. 9 fig. 8) and clean the dipstick.

2)Re-introducethe dipstick by screwing it in fully.

3)Remove the dipstick and check that the oil level is between min. and max. levels.

If not, top up with the recommended oil.

4)Refit the cap.

IMPORTANT

All checks should be carried out with the genset horizontal.

5.3MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS WHICH REQUIRE QUALIFIED TECHNICIANS

For some maintenance operations you need to slide the unit out on its runners (pos. 28 fig. 7 and 15) after first loosening the fixing screws.

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5.3.1 OIL CHANGE

5.3.2 AIR FILTER MAINTENANCE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MULTIGRADE

 

 

 

 

 

 

15W

50

 

 

 

 

Hot climates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SG / SF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10W

30

 

 

 

 

 

Cold climates

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

-30°

-20° -10° 0 10° 20° 30°

40°

 

 

 

Room Temperature

 

 

 

 

 

 

IMPORTANT

A dirty air filter reduces the air flow to the carburettor. To keep the carburettor working properly, check it often. Check more frequently if the engine is used in dusty areas.

Use detergent oil for four-strokeengines, class API SG or SF (indicated on the oil can) with SAE viscosity suitable for the climate (see table).

To allow the oil to drain out easier, run the engine for about 3÷5 minutes. Then discharge the oil when the engine is still warm so that the emptying is quicker and more complete via the drainage hose (pos. 2 fig. 8 and 15) by removing the drain cap (pos. 8 fig. 8 and 15).

Top up with oil of the recommended type via the filling cap (pos. 9 fig. 8).

Table 2 shows the amount of oil in the oil pan.

Mod.

Liters

1000

0.45

2500

0.6

3000

0.6

4000

1.1

5500

1.1

 

 

TAB. 2

DANGER

Warm oil may burn you.

Running the engine with a poor amount of oil can seriously damage the engine itself.

Check the oil level when engine is stopped.

IMPORTANT

Used oils must never be poured on the ground. They shall be collected and consigned to qualified companies for the disposal in accordance with any local regulations.

DANGER

Never use diesel oil or solvents with a low evaporation point for cleaning the air filter, since this may lead to danger of flames or explosion.

Never let the engine run without the air filter. It would get damaged in a short space of time.

1.Carefully check both cartridges. Replace them if there are holes or tears (mod. 1000 H/HG is fitted with a single cartridge).

2.Sponge cartridge: wash it with a neutral detergent solution and rinse carefully. Let the cartridge dry completely, then soak it in clean engine oil and wring out the excess.

3.Paper cartridge: smoothly beat it several times on a hard surface to remove any dirt, or blow compressed air through the filter from inside to out. Do not brush the dirt: this operation would just push it into the fibres. If the paper cartridge is too dirty, replace it.

5.3.3 SPARK PLUG MAINTENANCE

RECOMMENDED SPARK PLUG:

Mod. 1000 BMR-4A(980073-54744)NGKBPMR4A-10(98073-54941)NGK

Mod. 2500/3000/4000/5500

 

BP6ES, BPR6ES

NGK

W20EP-U,W20EPR-U

ND

Never use a spark plug with a different thermal degree.

1.Remove the spark plug nipple (pos. 1 fig. 8) and use a suitable wrench to remove the spark plug.

2.Visually check the spark plug. If it is worn or if the insulator is broken or chipped, replace it. Clean the spark plug with an iron brush if it is to be used again.

3.Measure the electrode distance by means of a thickness gauge.

The distance should be 0.7-0.8mm.

Adjust, if necessary, by bending the side electrode.

4.Check that the spark plug washer is in good condition and screw it manually to prevent it being set at an angle.

5.Once mounted, tighten the spark plug using a wrench with the right driving torque.

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IMPORTANT

When mounting a new spark plug, tighten it a half-turnafter it has compressed the washer. Whenre-usingthe same spark plug, tighten it1/8-1/4turn after the washer compression.

CAUTION

The spark plug should be tightened carefully. A loose spark plug can get very hot and damage the engine.

5.3.4 REGULATING THE VOLTAGE

This regulation should be carried out with the engine warm and the generator running without a load.

Check the generator voltage using a tester or voltmeter connected to the vehicle's 230V socket or to the terminals (pos. 17-18fig. 6 and 14) of the generator terminal board. The voltage should be between 230 and 240 Volts.

If these values are not obtained, adjust the current regulation screw (pos. 32 fig. 10 and 15) until they are.

Rotate clockwise to increase the voltage.

Rotate anticlockwise to decrease both r.p.m. und voltage.

6.00 INACTIVITY AND DISMANTLING

6.01 DISMANTLING

If the unit must be dismantled, get the work done by authorised workshops.

7.0DEALING WITH FIRE HAZARDS

In case of fire, do not open the generator casing and use type-approvedfire-extinguishers.

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8.0TECHNICAL DATA

8.1TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

ENGINE

 

1000H

2500H

 

 

3000H

 

 

4000H

 

5500H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type

 

Single-cylinder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

four-stroke

Single-cylinder,four-stroke,overhead valves

 

 

side valves

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Honda model

 

G100K2

GX 160

 

 

GX 200

 

 

GX 270

 

GX 390

Displacement

cm3

97

 

163

 

 

196

 

 

270

 

389

Stroke x bore

mm

52x46

68x45

 

 

68x54

 

 

77x58

 

88x64

Consumption

gkW/h

300

 

230

 

 

230

 

 

230

 

235

Fuel

 

 

 

Lead-freepetrol

 

 

 

Starter system

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electronic

 

 

 

Spark plug

 

NGK / ND

 

NGK

 

 

NGK

 

 

NGK

 

NGK

Engine-oilsump capacity

litres

0,45

 

0,6

 

 

0,6

 

 

1,1

 

1,1

Frequency regulator

 

 

 

Automatic with centrifugal masses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ALTERNATOR

 

1000H

 

2500H

 

 

3000H

 

 

4000H

 

5500H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Type

 

Synchronous, single-phase,self-regulated,self-energized,two-pole,brushless

Peak max. power

W

900

 

2200

 

 

2700

 

 

3800

 

5300

 

 

 

 

For continuous utilization

W

800

 

2000

 

 

2400

 

 

3500

 

4500

Voltage/frequence

 

 

 

 

 

 

230V 50Hz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

D.C. power

 

12V 25A

 

12V 10A

 

 

12V 10A

 

 

12V 10A

 

12V 10A

Rotor insulation class

H

H

 

H

 

 

H

 

 

H

 

H

Stator insulation class

F

F

 

F

 

 

F

 

 

F

 

F

Cooling

 

 

 

 

 

 

Centrifugal fan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GENERATOR

 

1000H

 

2500H

 

 

3000H

 

 

4000H

 

5500H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total weight

Kg

39

 

50

 

 

59

 

 

102

 

132

Overall dimensions (LxWxH)

mm

470x320x315

 

530x385x290

 

 

570x385x290

 

 

660x475x355

 

700x520x510

Ignition

 

 

 

 

 

 

Electric/man.

 

 

 

Fuel pump

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vacuum

 

 

 

Remote control

 

Separate control board with:

 

 

 

 

 

push-buttonstarter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

push-buttonchoke

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

stop switch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

low fuel LED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

running LED

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

low oil LED (automatic stop)

 

 

 

 

 

hour meter

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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