MTU 500 kW DS500

MTU 500 kW DS500
 
 

This factory new MTU 500 kW diesel generator model DS500 offers dependable emergency backup power, low fuel consumption, long service intervals and low emissions. The generator set complies with EPA tier 3 emissions standards, has a 24-hour UL142 approved fuel tank, an MTU level 3 sound attenuated enclosure, which is their lowest sound level enclosure available, a digital control panel, and industrial grade exhaust silencers. Manufacturer 2 Year/ 3000 hour basic standby limited warranty with optional 5 year extended warranty.


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MTU 500 kW DS500 Specifications

SKU: 5323
Manufacturer: MTU Onsite Energy
sound level- db@23feet: 76.3
power factor (pf): .8
model: DS500
fuel type: Diesel
condition: New
kw: 500
kw rating: Standby
voltage: 480
year: 2016
emissions tier: 2
hours: 0
enclosed: Sound Level 3
fuel tank: 24-Hour UL142 Base Tank
engine manufacturer: MTU
engine model: 10V1600 G80S
rpm: 1800
phase: 3
frequency: 60 Hz
pmg: Y
temp rise: 130 Deg C
control panel: Y
control panel mfg: MGC
control panel model: MGC-3010 Series ModBus TCP/IP
breaker mfg: Square D
breaker rating: 800 Amp 3 Pole 100% CB SQ-D PGL36080CU31A
breaker options: Single Circuit Breaker
battery charging alternator-volt: Battery Charger Included
block heater - watts/voltage: -20 Deg F Block Heater Included, 208V 1PH 5000W
silencers: Internal Critical Grade Silencer
air filters: Y
int#: 16219
Notes:
Warranty: 2 Year/ 3000 Hour Basic Standby Limited Warranty (Standard)
Optional 5 Year Warranty
With OPV option
Generator Set Meets UL2200 Specifications Batteries are not included

About MTU Onsite Energy

MTU Onsite Energy is a leading provider of decentralized energy systems, based on diesel and gas engine technology. MTU Onsite Energy offers diesel engine systems, gas engine systems and gas turbine systems. MTU On-Site Energy provides equipment for standby power, security power, short-break gensets and no-break gensets. All systems are designed to restore electric power to the consumer either immediately or after a defined delay following an outage in the main supply.

 
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