Genset FG Wilson 6200 Series
Auto Synchronizing with other generating sets with prime power or Automatic Mains Failure (AMF) function. When the 6000 series panel is configured as a 6200 control system, it can control up to 8 generating sets operating in parallel on a common bus. The controllers communicate via the RS485
interface and automatically share the active (kW) and reactive (kVAr) load components proportionally.
Automatic load sequencing is also performed even if the sets are of different sizes. The load is shared between the generating sets in proportion to their output capability. In prime power mode the operator selects AUTO on all sets. They start if required and sequence in and out as required by the available load. When operating in Automatic Mains Failure mode the controller waits for a remote start signal to
indicate that the mains have failed. After a time delay the generating sets are started and when the first set closes its' circuit breaker the Generator Load Transfer Contactor closes. The remaining sets synchronize and close their circuit breakers as required. After mains power returns the generating set circuit breakers open and the sets stop after a cool down period. The Mains and Generator Load Transfer
Contactors should be electrically and mechanically interlocked to prevent simultaneous operation.
The optional facility of the industry standard Modbus protocol communication interface ensures compatibility with most building management or SCADA/HMI systems.