Generators are extremely important to guarantee electricity where the grid cannot reach or in times of emergency in which, for example due to bad weather, grid current is not available. Generators are often indispensable allies, but it is important to choose them carefully so as not to risk that they fail to generate the current necessary for the operation of the devices we need. To choose the type of generator you must first understand which devices, machines or equipment will need to be connected to it and add up all the Watts of the users to be powered.

In order to choose the one that best suits your needs from the generators, it is important to consider the difference between rated and inrush current: while the first is the one required by the device or machine "running", the second is the one required in transient phases (especially in electric motors), such as at ignition. The latter is higher than the nominal one (about 3 times) and is the one to be considered in the sum of the Watts of the users to be powered and, therefore, in the choice of the generator.

In addition to the power, it is important to choose the type of voltage regulation of the generators between an AVR and an Inverter system. In any case, the aim will be to regulate the output voltage to reduce the risk of overvoltage and consequent damage to the devices. Compared to the AVR, the inverter guarantees better stabilization of the current, as well as compactness and silence.

To meet ever-changing needs, generators equipped with PowerRush are also available. If we consider that normally the mains current, for example at 3kW, for a few seconds manages to sustain a greater inrush, the current generators cannot do it. For this reason, the generating sets must have a higher power, unless they are equipped with Powerrush: this system allows in fact to sustain a higher starting point than the maximum power of the generator for some time.

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