Auto Mains Failure (AMF) systems with remote monitoring capabilities are typically used as a standby power source, operating where grid power may be unreliable, or where mains power cannot afford to be lost.
Auto Mains Failure (AMF) systems with remote monitoring capabilities are typically used as a standby power source, operating where grid power may be unreliable, or where mains power cannot afford to be lost. The service provider can control and monitor the gen-set remotely from any location with accessible internet using the wide range of communication capabilities (when the appropriate plug-in module is attached to the ComAp controllers), saving both time and money for maintenance.
InteliLite AMF25 continuously monitors the mains supply, and in the event of a failure, automatically starts the engine then switches the load to a standby gen-set. With the addition of a 4G/GPS plug-in module, the service provider can remotely monitor their standby gen-sets over the internet. ComAp’s LiteEdit application can be used to monitor and control a single gen-set, while WebSupervisor can be used for total fleet management.
- Stand-by gen-set with electronic engine. InteliLite NT AMF 25 continuously monitors a mains supply and automatically starts an engine and switches load to a standby generator set in case of mains failure.
- The service provider can monitor the gen-set operation remotely via GPRS modem.
- The operator can use LiteEdit for a single gen-set view or WebSupervisor for total fleet management.
- The generator is protected by a built in over/under voltage and frequency protections as well as IDMT overcurrent protection.
- The controller communicates with engine management unit by a CAN J1939 bus. Engine values and alarms are visible on a graphical LCD screen in plain language – no need to learn cryptic flashing or numeric error codes.
Scope of supply:
- 1× InteliLite NT AMF 25
- 1× IL-NT GPRS
References below are based upon typical applications but may differ due to specific project requirements