Lumag GENERATOR SET G8E
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GENERATOR SET G8E
Lumag G8E Gasoline Generator Set
The powerful Lumag G8E gasoline generator / aggregate of professional quality. This professional 8000 Watt petrol generator provides excellent performance, on both 230 Volt and 400 Volt. The continuous power is 7000 watts. The synchronous generator has a 100% copper winding. The motor is equipped with an electronic protection. The generating set has overload protection and the motor can be started either manually or electrically. The machine can even be started remotely. Total power is 8000 Watts (short time during start up). Continuous power is 7000 Watt (can be used continuously).
PAY ATTENTION! The Lumag G8e petrol generator has 2 x 230 Volt (16 A.) and 1 x 400 Volt (16 A.) connection options. The generator has a total power of up to 8000 watts. The generator can continuously supply 7000 Watt (that is 230 Volt and 400 Volt added together).
- If you only use 230 Volt (and not 400 Volt), you can use a maximum of 3680 Watt, continuously this is 3000 Watt.
- If you only use 400 Volts (and not 230 Volts), you can use a maximum of 6400 Watts, continuously this is 5000 Watts.
- If you use 230 Volt and 400 Volt together, you can use a maximum of 3680 Watt (continuous 3000 Watt) on the 2 230 Volt sockets and a maximum of 6400 Watt (continuous 5000 Watt) on the 400 Volt socket.
Peak current draw
Most electrical appliances require a little more power from the generator when starting up. This is called peak current draw.
With a generator there is a risk that the continuous power and/or perhaps even the maximum total power will be exceeded.
If the maximum power is exceeded during “start-up”, the unit is 'too light' to start the device. The G3E generator will then turn itself off automatically to prevent any damage to equipment.
A solution to the above problem is to connect the equipment in a different order. Always connect the device with the highest power/highest peak current first.
If this works correctly and properly, you can also connect the rest, in order of power.
It is important that you never connect all devices at the same time. For some devices, the solution described above is not sufficient.
These devices require such a high peak power consumption that you should take this into account when purchasing a generator. Tools or machines without starting current limiter are a well-known example. This includes compressors, high-pressure cleaners, angle grinders, breakers/hammers, welding equipment, but also refrigerators and air conditioners. With these devices you have to multiply the power of this by a factor of 3 to sometimes 7 to see if the generator is suitable. Check this with the supplier of your machines.
Suppose you want to connect a 230 Volt angle grinder without starting current limiter with a power of 900 watts to the generator. In that case you have to multiply the 900 watts by 3. This results in a peak power consumption of 2700 Watts. When you choose a generator, it must therefore have a total power of at least 2700 Watt (at 230 Volt).