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MANUALE USO E MANUTENZIONE
USAGE AND MAINTANCE MANUAL
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS ET D’ENTRETIEN
GEBRAUCHSANWEISUNG UND WARTUNGSVORSCHRIFTEN
MANUAL USO Y MANTENIMENTO
GEBRUIKS- EN ONDERHOUDSHANDLEIDING
REV.4 M.C. 23-01-02
cod.41637
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MASE GENERATORS S.p.A.
Tel.0547/354311
Fax 0547/317555 (commercial dept.)
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GENERATORS
DICHIARAZIONE CE DI CONFORMITA'
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Fabbricante/Manufacturer: MASE GENERATORS S.p.A.
Indirizzo /Address : Via Tortona 345, Pievesestina (FO)
Il sottoscritto Luigi Foresti in qualità di direttore generale della MASE GENERATORS S.p.A., dichiara sotto la
propria responsabilità che il gruppo elettrogeno modello ......... :
The undersigned Luigi Foresti as MASE GENERATORS S.p.A. general manager declares, under his sole
responsability, that the generators model is..................:
Codice / Code
Descrizione / Model
Matricola / Serial N.
E' conforme alle disposizioni delle Direttive di seguito elencate :
CEE 89/392 (come emendata delle Direttive CEE 91/368 e CEE 93/44)
CEE 89/336 (come emendata delle Direttive CEE 92/31)
CEE 73/23 modificata da CEE 93/68.
Corresponds to the requirements of the following EEC Directives :
89/392/EEC (as amended by the Directive 91/368/EEC and 93/44/EEC)
89/336/EEC (as amended by the Directive 92/31/EEC )
73/23//EEC as amended by 93/68/EEC.
Cesena,
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/
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Direttore Tecnico
Technical Director
MASE GENERATORS S.p.A. Sede legale ed Amm.: 47023 CESENA (FO) ITALY - Via Tortona, 345 - C.F./P.I. 00687150409 Cap. Soc. milioni
1250 interamente versato - Registro Società Tribunale Forl' n. 6818 - CCIAA Forl' n.164063 - c.c.p. n. 11541471 - EXPORT FO n. 006368
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INDEX
THE GUARANTEE OF THE PRODUCT BECOMES VOID
IF THE SPECIFICATIONS CONTAINED IN THE
FOLLOWING INSTALLATION MANUAL ARE NOT
RESPECTED
Pictures .................................................................. 2
Wiring diagram ................................................ 9-10
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
General information ................................... 24
Purpose of the manual ................................... 24
Attached documentation ................................ 25
Machine identification .................................... 25
Instrument panel ............................................ 25
Safety regulations .......................................... 25
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2.1
2.2
2.3
Generator description ................................. 26
General .......................................................... 26
Cooling system .............................................. 26
Control panel ................................................. 26
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Using the generator .................................... 26
Preliminary checks ........................................ 26
Bleeding the fuel system ............................... 27
Starting .......................................................... 27
Stopping ........................................................ 27
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Protections ................................................... 27
Low oil pressure protection ............................ 27
High water temperature protection ................. 27
Alternator overheating protection .................... 27
Alternator overheating protection .................... 28
Protection against short-circuit of the low-voltage
electric system .............................................. 28
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5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
Maintenance ................................................ 28
Ordinary engine maintenance ........................ 28
Engine oil and oil filter change ....................... 28
Air filter cleaning ............................................ 28
Fuel filter replacement ................................... 29
Coolant check ................................................ 29
V-belt tension check ...................................... 29
Emptying the cooling system ........................ 29
Coolant replacement ...................................... 30
Zinc anode replacement ................................. 30
Seawater pump maintenance ........................ 30
Alternator maintenance .................................. 30
Battery maintenance ...................................... 30
Periods of inactivity ........................................ 30
Summary table of scheduled maintenance .... 31
Troubleshooting ............................................. 31
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Technical characteristics ........................... 32
References for the wiring diagram .................... 33
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
Carefully consult this manual before proceeding with any operation on the generator.
1.1 PURPOSE OF THE MANUAL
Thank you for choosing a MASE product.
This manual has been drawn up by the manufacturer and constitutes an integral part of the generator equipment. It must
be kept safely, protected from humidity and from any agent which might damage it, and must accompany the generator
if transferred to another user or to a new owner.
The information contained in the manual is addressed to all those persons involved in the operating life cycle of the
generator, and is useful for information for both those who effectively carry out the different operations and those who
coordinate the activities, arrange the necessary logistics and regulate access to the place of installation.
The manual defines the purpose for which the generator was constructed and contains all the information necessary
to guarantee safe and proper use.
Constant observance of the instructions contained in this manual guarantees the safety of the operator, operating
economy and a longer life of the generator.
To facilitate consultation, it has been divided into sections identifying the main concepts. For a quick look at the topics,
consult the index on Page 23.
Symbols
Those parts of the text not to be ignored are highlighted in bold type preceded by a symbol, as illustrated and defined
below:
Indicates that particular attention must be paid in order to prevent running into serious danger which
could lead to death of personnel or possible hazards to health.
A condition which may occur during the lifetime of a product, system or plant considered at risk
regarding damage to persons, property, the environment or economic loss.
Indicates that particular attention must be paid in order to prevent serious consequences which
could result in damage to tangible goods, such as the resources or the product.
Instructions of particular importance.
The drawings are provided by way of example. Even if the generator in your possession differs considerably from the
illustrations contained in this manual, the safety of the generator and the information provided are nevertheless
guaranteed.
The manufacturer in his pursuit of a policy of constant development and upgrading of the product may make any
modifications without prior notice.
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1.2 Attached documentation
Legend Fig. 4
The following documentation forms an integral part of
this manual:
- EEC declaration of conformity (Fig. 1)
- Engine use and maintenance manual
- Service logbook
- Certificate of guarantee
- Guarantee card
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1.3 Machine identification
See Fig. 2
1 – Machine code
2 – Year of construction
3 – Power factor
4 - Declared frequency
5 - Continuous power
6 – Rated voltage
7 – Current
8 – Weight
9 – Performance class
10 – Serial number
1.5
Hour counter
Magnetothermal switch
DC current thermal switch
START/STOP button
Engine protection module
“RUN” light – engine running
“OIL” light – low oil pressure
“ºC” light – high engine temperature
“BATT” light – battery charger operating
“ºC” light – high alternator temperature
Glow plugs (not present)
Fuel leak (version “RINA”)
Safety regulations
Carefully read all the information contained in this manual
and the installation manual as it is fundamental for proper
installation and use of the generator and for timely
intervention in case of necessity.
The manufacturer declines all responsibility for damage
to persons or things deriving from inobservance of the
safety regulations.
Carefully examine the safety warning plates on the
machine and respect the relevant instructions.
- Do not permit incompetent persons or without
adequate training to use the generator.
- Do not permit children or animals to approach the
generator when it is in operation.
- Do not access the generator or the control panel with
wet hands, since it is a potential source of electric
shock if improperly used.
- Any inspections of the generator must be carried out
with the engine off. Inspections with the engine on are
to be carried out by specialised personnel only.
- Do not inhale the combustion smoke since it contains
substances hazardous to health.
- Use the generator with the access doors closed.
- Never touch the engine or alternator body with the
hands when the generator is running or still hot.
The data identifying the machine code number, the serial
number and the year of construction must always be
specified when contacting the manufacturer for information
or for requests for spare parts.
See Fig. 3
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Soundproof casing
Top access door
Side access door
Instrument panel
Anchoring brackets
Exhaust and cooling water pipe fitting
Seawater intake connection pipe fitting
Connection pipe fittings to fuel tank
Connection terminals to battery
Engine air filter
Coolant expansion tank
Engine oil extraction pump
Diesel fuel filter cartridge
Seawater pump
Fuel pump
Oil filter cartridge
Oil fillercap
Electric line connection box
Battery charger alternator
Coolant tank
Water/air heat exchanger
Exhaust manifold
Starter motor
In the event of oil or fuel leaks, clean off thoroughly
to prevent creating fire hazard conditions.
In the event of fire, do not use water, but fire
extinguishers.
Should any problem arise or should you have any
questions, please contact the Mase SERVICE
department.
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the alternator windings have reached too high
temperatures.
2. GENERATOR DESCRIPTION
2.1 General
The following may also be found on the control panel:
The IS 8 and IS 9.5 generators were designed for easy
installation on boats.
The soundproof casing, obtained with insulated, painted
marine aluminium panels, allows easy access to the
engine and the alternator for maintenance and inspection
operations, and at the same time strongly reduces noise.
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The 4-stroke, direct-injection, diesel engine, built by
Yanmar, is extremely reliable and robust. Exhaust
emission is in conformity with CARB regulations.
The generator can be connected with a connector to the
remote starting panel, supplied by mase as an optional,
and can be installed on the dashboard.
Two different remote starting panels are available as
shown in Fig. 5.
The most simple version has a start/stop button [Fig. 5
Ref. 1] and a green pilot light [Fig. 5 Ref. 2] which, when
on, indicates that the generator is running.
The second version of the remote starting panel [Fig. 5
Ref. 3] has, in addition to the start/stop button, an
instrument which indicates the engine oil pressure value
(Fig. 5 Ref. 4] and an instrument which indicates the
coolant temperature value [Fig. 5, Ref. 5].
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The synchronous-type, 4-pole, brushless alternator has
an electronic voltage regulator (SR7) which guarantees
stability to + 5% with respect to the nominal value. The
high pickup capacity of the alternator makes the generator
particularly suitable for the power supply of electric
motors of air conditioners, desalination plants,
compressors, etc.
The generator has a local control panel [Fig. 3 Ref. 4] on
which the controls and control instruments are housed.
A bipolar magnetothermal switch [Fig. 4 Ref. 2] which
cuts the power in case of an overload or short-circuit.
A thermal switch (Fig. 4 Ref. 3] to protect the lowvoltage electric system against short-circuit.
An hour counter (Fig. 4 Ref. 1].
The generator start/stop button [Fig. 4 Ref. 4].
2.2 Cooling system
The generator engine is cooled by closed-circuit circulation
of coolant which yields heat to the seawater by means of
a heat exchanger [Fig. 3, Ref. 20].
This heat exchanger built of cupronickel was specially
designed by mase to make the engine suitable for use at
sea.
A second heat exchanger cools the air inside the soundproof
casing and the air necessary for alternator ventilation.
At the time of installation a seawater feed circuit for
cooling must be installed and an exhaust system to
convey the combustion gas and the water used for cooling
to the outside.
When carrying out maintenance operations on the
generator, disconnect the negative pole of the starter
battery to prevent accidental starting.
3. USING THE GENERATOR
3.1 Preliminary checks
At first starting of the generator, or after having done any
type of maintenance work, it is always good practice to
check:
- the oil level by means of the dipstick [Fig. 7 Ref. 2]
(see table “A” for recommended oils [Fig. 8]).
- that all the anchoring points of the generator are
properly tightened.
- that all the electrical utilities are off to prevent starting
the generator on load
- that the water and fuel pipes are properly connected
- that all the electrical connections have properly been
carried out and that there are no electrical connections
in a bad state.
- that the water cock is open [Fig. 6 Ref. 2]
- that the section of the water circuit from the pump to
the valves has been filled manually if a non-return
valve has been mounted on the sea intake (as
recommended in the installation manual) [Fig. 4 Ref.
1].
2.3 Control panel
A control panel is positioned on the generator for running
checks and to start and stop the generator. An engine
protection module [Fig. 4 Ref. 5] controls the generator
protections, stopping the engine in case of a fault and
signalling the fault detected by means of special warning
lights.
- Green “RUN” pilot light [Fig. 4 Ref. 6], when on,
indicates that the generator is running and no operating
fault has been detected.
- Red “BATT” pilot light [Fig. 4 Ref. 9), when on,
indicates that the alternator battery charger is faulty.
- Red “OIL” pilot light [Fig. 4 Ref. 7], when on, indicates
that the engine oil pressure is insufficient.
- Red [Fig. 4 Ref. 10] pilot light, when on, indicates that
the temperature of the coolant or the water circulating
in the heat exchangers is too high.
- Red [Fig. 4 Ref. 8] pilot light, when on, indicates that
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3.2 Bleeding the fuel system
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The presence of air bubbles in the fuel system is caused
by irregular functioning of the engine or the incapacity to
reach the nominal number of revolutions. Air might enter
the fuel circuit through a not perfectly tight seal (pipes,
filters, tank) or when the fuel in the tank is at minimum
level. The fuel system has been designed in such a way
as to autonomously eliminate air bubbles that have
penetrated the circuit. Automatic bleeding is obtained by
activating the fuel pump for a few minutes before starting
the engine.
The fuel pump is activated by pressing the START button
for a second.
Should the engine still function irregularly after this
operation, consult a technician for a thorough inspection
of the fuel system.
The IS 8 and IS 9.5 generators are equipped with a series
of protections which safeguard them against improper
use and operating problems.
When the generator stops because a protection has
intervened, on the engine protection module [Fig. 5, Ref.
5] of the control panel the warning light relative to the fault
will come on.
4.1 Low oil pressure protection
Intervenes switching off the generator when the engine oil
pressure is insufficient. Its intervention is signalled by the
“OIL” light [Fig., 4, Ref. 7] coming on. Normally it is
sufficient to top up with the lacking quantity of oil to be
able to restart the generator.
3.3 Starting
The low oil pressure protection does not give an
indication of the level of engine oil in the sump.
Therefore, check this level daily.
Before starting the generator, ensure that the preliminary
checks described in paragraph 3.1 have been carried out.
Start the generator by pressing the START button located
on the control panel [Fig. 4 Ref. 4] and release it only when
the generator has started, taking care not to exceed 15
sec. for each attempt and respecting an interval of at least
30 sec. All the warning lights of the engine protection
module [Fig. 4, Ref. 5] will come on for a few seconds, and
if there are no engine or generator faults, only the green
RUN light [Fig. 4 Ref. 6] will remain on to indicate that the
generator has been started and that functioning is regular.
The engine functions properly if it does not exceed
an inclination of maximum 30º for less than 3
minutes, 25º without time limit, both on the
longitudinal and the transverse axis. If the engine is
operated at a greater inclination, the risk is insufficient
lubrication or aspiration of engine oil through the
air filter.
4.2 High water temperature protection
Repeated attempts at starting with negative outcome
may cause excess accumulation of water in the
exhaust system with possible serious damage to the
engine.
If it is difficult to start the engine, do not insist for too
long without first having closed the sea intake cock
[Fig. 6 Ref. 2].
Intervenes switching off the generator when the engine
coolant temperature is too high or there is no circulation
of seawater.
Its intervention is signalled by the “ºC” light [Fig. 4, Ref.
10] coming on.
Only restart the generator after the cause of the fault has
been identified and removed.
3.4 Stopping
4.3 Alternator overheating protection
The generator is stopped by pressing the “OFF” button on
the control panel.
Intervenes switching off the generator when there is a
thermal overload on the alternator.
Its intervention is signalled by the “ºC” light [Fig. 4, Ref.
8] coming on. The generator can be restarted after a few
minutes when the temperature of the alternator windings
has returned to normal values. It is, however, recommended
to find and remove the causes of the intervention.
Before stopping the generator it is recommended to
let it run for a few minutes without drawing electric
current, in order to allow the engine and the
alternator to cool down.
In the event of one of the above described
protections intervening, after ascertaining and
removing the cause of the intervention, press the
“STOP” button to reset the control panel (otherwise
the signal would remain in memory preventing the
engine from starting).
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3, Ref. 12] after having removed the screw which
functions as plug.
It is recommended to drain the oil when it is still sufficiently
warm to flow easily.
For recommended oils see table “A”, Fig. 8.
4.4 Protection against short-circuit and overload
The generator is protected against short-circuit and
overload. A bipolar magnetothermal switch [Fig. 4 Ref. 2]
cuts the supply of electric current when a short-circuit
occurs or when the electric current delivered exceeds the
nominal value.
Before restoring the contact by lifting the lever of the
magnetothermal switch, disconnect the utilities.
The first engine oil change must be carried out after
50 hours of generator operation. For the second and
subsequent oil changes, every 200 hours is sufficient.
4.5 Protection against short-circuit of the lowvoltage electric system
For more detailed information on engine lubrication,
consult the engine use and maintenance manual
attached to the generator.
In the event of a short-circuit in the low-voltage electric
system, a thermal switch [Fig. 4, Ref. 3] breaks the circuit
stopping the generator. In this case the warning lights of
the engine protection module will all be off and it will not
be possible to re-attempt starting.
Before restoring the electric circuit by pressing the button
located on the thermal switch [Fig. 4 Ref. 3], have a
specialised technician find and remove the cause of the
short-circuit.
Dispose of the used oil or fuel in an appropriate
manner as they are polluting products.
Take the used engine oil to special collection centres
responsible for disposal.
5. MAINTENANCE
Avoid contact of engine oil with the skin. During
maintenance operations use gloves and protective
glasses.
In case of contact with engine oil, immediately and
thoroughly wash the affected part with soap and
water.
Any maintenance operation on the generator must
be carried out with the engine off after letting it cool
down sufficiently, and must be carried out by
authorised personnel.
To replace the engine oil filter cartridge [Fig. 3, Ref. ?],
unscrew it from its support, using suitable tools normally
found on the market. Reposition the new cartridge, taking
care to lubricate the rubber ring gasket.
The first replacement must be carried out after 50 hours
of generator operation. For the second and subsequent
replacements, respect an interval of 400 hours.
For further information consult the engine use and
maintenance manual.
Before accessing the generator, disconnect one
pole of the starter battery in order to prevent
accidental starting.
5.1 Ordinary engine maintenance
The periodic maintenance to be carried out on the engine
is listed in TABLE “B”.
For more detailed information consult the manual provided
with each generator by the engine manufacturer.
For the safety of the engine, use only original spare
parts.
Check the oil level by means of the graduated
dipstick [Fig. 7, Ref. 2]. The level must always be
between the MAX and MIN notches on the dipstick
[Fig. 7 Ref. 1].
When the operation has been completed, thoroughly
wipe off all oil and fuel from the engine parts.
5.2 Engine oil and oil filter change
5.3 Air filter cleaning
The engine oil sump capacity is 3.6 litres.
Top-ups and filling with engine oil is carried out through
the hole [Fig. 3, Ref. 17].
To change the oil in the oil sump, remove the dipstick [Fig.
7, Ref. 2] and operate the special extraction pump [Fig.
The generators of the IS series have a dry air filter which
prevents foreign bodies from entering the combustion
chamber. For its maintenance it is sufficient to clean the
filtering mass with diesel fuel once a year to remove nay
impurities.
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Never open the cap of the expansion tank [Fig. 3,
Ref. 11] or coolant tank [Fig. 3, Ref. 20] when the
engine is hot to prevent dangerous coolant leaks.
Dispose of the liquids used for air filter washing in an
appropriate manner. Take them to special collection
centres.
5.6 V-belt tension check
A V-belt is used to transmit the rotary motion from the
drive shaft pulley to that of the seawater pump [Fig. 9 Ref.
1].
Excessive belt tension accelerates wear, while a slack
belt makes the pulleys idle and does not allow sufficient
water circulation.
Adjust the belt tension as follows:
Loosen the two adjusting screws [Fig. 9, Ref. 2] and move
the seawater pump outwards to increase the tension or
inwards to decrease it. Lock the screws and check the
tension.
The correct belt tension is such as to allow a yield of about
5 mm [Fig. 9] under a thrust force of 8 kg.
Any maintenance operation on the generator must
be carried out with the engine off after letting it cool
down sufficiently, and must be carried out by
authorised personnel.
Before accessing the generator, disconnect the
negative pole of the starter battery to prevent
accidental starting of the generator.
5.4 Fuel filter replacement
To guarantee long life and proper functioning of the
engine, it is extremely important to periodically replace
the fuel filter cartridge, respecting the frequency indicated
by the engine manufacturer as listed in the table in
Paragraph 5.12.
This operation is carried out in the following steps:
- Close the fuel cock [Fig. 3, Ref. 24]
- Completely unscrew the ring nut of the support [Fig.
3, Ref. 13]
- Remove the old cartridge and position the new one.
- For remounting repeat the operations in reverse
order.
A second belt is used to transmit the rotary motion from
the drive shaft pulley to that of the closed-circuit coolant
pump and the battery charger DC alternator [Fig. 9 Ref.
3].
Adjust the belt tension as follows:
Loosen the adjusting screw [Fig. 9 Ref. 4] and move the
battery charger DC alternator [Fig. 9, Ref. 5] outwards to
increase the tension and inwards to decrease it.
The correct belt tension is such as to allow a yield of about
10 mm [Fig. 9] under a thrust force of 8 kg.
When the filter has been replaced, bleed the fuel system
carrying out the operations described in Paragraph 3.2.
To prevent the belt from slipping, do not dirty it with
oil. Clean the belt with petrol if any oil is spilled.
Avoid contact of the fuel oil with the skin. During
maintenance operations use gloves and protective
glasses.
In case of contact with fuel, immediately and
thoroughly wash the affected part with soap and
water.
Keep hands away from the V-belt or the pulleys
when the engine is running.
5.7 Emptying the cooling system
To carry out maintenance on the water/air exchanger or
on the cooling system the seawater must be drained from
the intake circuit. This operation is carried out as follows:
- Close the sea intake cock [Fig. 6, Ref. 2]
- Open the drain tap [Fig. 6, Ref. 3] until all the water
has run out
- Close the drain tap.
When the operation has been completed, thoroughly
wipe off all traces of fuel and take the used cloths to
special collection centres.
5.5 Coolant check
Periodically check the coolant level in the closed-circuit
cooling system. The reference index for this check is
printed on the expansion tank [Fig. 3, Ref. 11]. If the level
is insufficient, pour coolant into the expansion tank,
taking care not to exceed the maximum level index.
Reopen the seawater intake cock before starting the
generator.
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5.8 Coolant replacement
5.12 Battery maintenance
Yearly change the coolant in the closed-circuit cooling
system.
Connect a 20-30 cm long rubber tube [Fig. 10, Ref. 2] to
the drain tap [Fig. 10, Ref. 1] located on the engine base
to facilitate collection of the used coolant in a collection
receptacle [Fig. 10, Ref. 3]. Open the tap and completely
drain the closed-circuit cooling system.
When the operation has been completed, close the tap
and fill the circuit with new coolant.
For starting all the generator models, it is recommended
to use an 80 A/h battery for ambient temperatures
exceeding 0ºC, and 100 A/h for lower temperatures.
Before installing a new battery it is important that it
undergoes a full charging cycle.
At least once a month check the level of the electrolyte
and, if necessary, top up with distilled water. If the
generator is not to be used for a long period, it is
recommended to disconnect the battery and store it in a
dry place at a temperature over 10ºC and to carry out a full
charging cycle once a month.
Dispose of the used coolant in an appropriate manner
as it is a polluting product.
Take the used coolant to special collection centres
responsible for disposal.
If the battery is left completely flat for long periods,
there is a risk of irreparably damaging it.
The positive terminal of the battery must be protected with
Vaseline to prevent corrosion and the formation of oxide.
5.9 Zinc anode replacement
To protect the water/air heat exchanger [Fig. 11, Ref. 1]
and the water/coolant heat exchanger [Fig. 11, Ref. 2]
against galvanic current, two sacrificial zinc anodes [Fig.
11, Ref. 4] have been inserted inside them. Periodically
check their state of wear and, if necessary, replace them
in order to prevent that the galvanic current irreparably
corrodes the heat exchanger. It is recommended to
check the zinc anodes at least once a month when the
generator is new to check how fast consumption is, to
then be able to act accordingly.
It is, however, opportune to replace the zinc anodes at
least once a year.
Fig. 11 shows the points where the zinc anodes are
positioned.
For top-ups with sulphuric acid, ready solutions
must be used.
The battery top-up operations with distilled water or
with acid must be carried out with rubber gloves and
protective glasses to prevent accidental contact of
the sulphuric acid with the skin.
In the event of accidental contact, thoroughly wash
the part affected with soap and water and consult a
doctor.
5.10 Seawater pump maintenance
At least once a year check the integrity of the rubber rotor
of the seawater pump [Fig. 12, Ref. 1].
Before opening the seawater pump to inspect the rotor,
drain the seawater from the cooling system as described
in Paragraph 5.7.
To access the rotor, remove the cover [Fig. 12, Ref. 2] and
with the aid of a pair of pliers extract the rotor pulling it out
with force. To remount a new rotor, repeat the operations
described above in reverse order.
Before recharging the battery check the level of the
electrolyte and, if necessary, fill up with distilled
water. This operation must be repeated when the
recharging cycle has been completed.
5.13 Periods of inactivity
Start up the generator at least once a month. If the
generator is not to be used for a long time, the following
operations must be carried out:
- Change the engine oil
- Replace the oil filter cartridge (see par. 5.2)
- Replace the fuel filter cartridge (see par. 5.4)
- Remove the injectors and pour 2 cc engine oil into
each cylinder and let the engine turn over a few times,
manually operating the drive shaft pulley. Remount
the injectors.
- Replace the zinc anodes (see par. 5.9)
- Through the seawater intake pipe aspirate some antifreeze whose function is to protect the heat
exchangers against low temperatures and to lubricate
5.11 Alternator maintenance
The alternator used on this model of generator is type
synchronous, self-energised, with electronic voltage
regulation. This model alternator, without manifold and
brushes, does not require particular maintenance
operations. The periodic checks and maintenance are
limited to removing any traces of damp and oxidation
which might damage it.
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the seawater pump rotor and the metallic parts in the
cooling system.
Disconnect the starter battery and store it in a dry
place (see par. 5.12)
Disconnect the sea exhaust pipe from the engine
manifold.
Clean the seawater filter.
Close the seawater intake cock.
Drain the seawater from the exhaust.
Clean and lubricate the antisiphon valve, if installed
(siphon break).
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The generator switches off during the operating
period
- Check if a protection has been activated with the
relevant light coming on (remove the cause and retry
starting).
- Check if there is fuel in the tank (fill up).
There is a high grade of smoke at the engine
exhaust
- Check that the oil level in the sump does not exceed
the MAX index (restore level).
- Check that the generator is not in overload.
- Check calibration of the injectors (consult Service
Centre).
5.14 Summary table of scheduled maintenance
OPERATION
HOURS
Check engine oil level .................................... 10
Check coolant .................................................. 10
Check for oil leaks ........................................... 20
Check for fuel leaks ......................................... 20
Check for coolant leaks .................................. 20
Adjust V-belt tension ...................................... 100
Check battery charger .................................... 100
Clean fuel filter ............................................... 200
Adjust belt tension .......................................... 200
*Change engine oil ........................................ 200
Check seawater pump rotor .......................... 400
Check engine rpm .......................................... 400
Check integrity of electrical connections ..... 400
Replace fuel filter ........................................... 400
* Replace oil filter ........................................... 400
Check injectors ............................................... 400
Check injector timing ..................................... 400
Adjust play on intake/exhaust valve ............. 400
Check the fuel injection pump ..................... 1000
Check battery electrolyte level ................. monthly
Clean and deoxidise the metallic parts ...... yearly
Clean air filter ............................................... yearly
Replace coolant completely ........................ yearly
Replace zinc anodes .................................... yearly
The engine runs irregularly
- Check the fuel filters (replace).
- Bleed the air bubbles from the fuel circuit (see par.
3.2).
The alternator voltage is too low
- Correct the voltage value acting on the electronic
regulator.
- Check the engine rpm (1560 rpm without utilities
connected).
- Voltage regulator broken (replace).
Starter battery flat
- Check the electrolyte level in the battery (restore the
level).
- Check functioning of the DC alternator.
- Check integrity of the battery.
The generator does not deliver power
- Check that the magnetothermal switch [Fig. 4, Ref.
2] is in the “ON” position. If not, contact an authorised
Service Centre.
Carry out the first maintenance operation after 50
hours, subsequently according the required intervals.
TABLE “B”
5.15 Troubleshooting
The starter motor turns but the main engine does not
start
- Check that there is fuel in the tank (fill up)
- Check if the stop electromagnet is in the firing position
(consult Service Centre)
- Bleed the air bubbles from the fuel circuit (see par. 3.2)
The engine protection module is not activated when
the START button is pressed
- battery, and the electrical connections (reconnect).
- Check integrity of the battery (recharge or replace).
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6. TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Model
Type
Cylinders (nr.)
Cylinder block material
Bore (mm. - in.)
Stroke (mm.- in.)
Displacement (cc. - CID)
Power (hp)
RPM
Compression ratio
Combustion system
Engine head material
Speed governor
Lubrication system
Oil sump capacity with filter(l -gl)
Engine stop system
Fuel pump
Fuel pump discharge (cm. - ft)
Fuel consumption (l/h - gl/h)
Air intake (l/min. - gl/min.)
Starting battery (Ah-V)
Battery charger (Ah-V)
Starter (KW-V)
Max. inclination
Water pump flow (l/min. - gl/min.)
,6 ,6 ,6 ,6 50 Hz
60Hz
50 Hz
60Hz
Yanmar 3TNE78A
Yanmar 3TNE82
Diesel 4 stroke
3
Cast iron
78 - 3.7
82 - 3.2
84 - 3.4
84 - 3.4
1204 - 73.45
1331 - 89.8
11.5
16.2
14.8
17.8
1500
1800
1500
1800
18:1
Direct injection
Cast iron
Centrifugal mechanical
Forced
2.9 - 0.64
730 - 193
25 - 6.6
50 Hz
Type
Cooling
Voltage (V)
Frequency (Hz)
Amps
Max. power (KW)
Continuous power (KW)
Power factor ( cos ø )
Insulating class
Voltage stability
Frequency stability
5.2 - 1.2
Stop solenoid
Electric
70 - 2.3
3.4 - 0.75
3.2 - 0.7
876 - 231 730 - 208
70 - 12
40 - 12
1.2 - 12
30°
28 - 6.1
25 - 6.6
3.6 - 0.75
876 - 231
28 - 6.1
60Hz
50 Hz
60Hz
Synchronous, 4-poles,
brush less self-excited
electronic voltage regulation (AVR)
Air/water ( Intercooler W/A )
115 - 230 120 - 240 115 - 230 120 - 240
50
60
50
60
67.8 - 33.9 73.3 - 36.6 78.2 - 39.1 83.3 - 41.6
7.8
8.8
9
10
7.2
8.5
8.2
9.5
1
H
±2%
±5%
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References for the wiring diagram
(Page 9 - Pict. 13 standard connection
Page 10 - Pict. 14 isolated poles connection )
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Magnetothermal switch
Hour counter
Alternator
Stator
Exciter
Electronic voltage regulator
Thermal switch
Engine protection module
START/STOP button
Fuel level gauge
Oil pressure gauge
Water temperature gauge
Fuel pump
High water temperature sensor
High coolant temperature sensor
Oil pressure switch
DC alternator
Stop electromagnet
Starter motor
Battery connection terminals
Oil pressure gauge instrument
Coolant temperature gauge instrument
START/STOP button
Remote control panel connection cable
Connector for remote control panel connection
Remote control panel
Remote control panel
Earth relais
Stator
Starting Relay
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FIG. 1 / 7
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MOTORE
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MOTORE YANMAR 3TNE78 MG EPA ,6
MOTORE YANMAR 3TNE 82A MG,6
MOTORE YANMAR 3TNE 82A-EMG EPA,6
STAFFA FISSAGGIO GRUPPO
STAFFA DX/SX SUPPORTO ALTERNATORE
STAFFA SX/DX SUPPORTO MOTORE
ANTIVIBRANTE D50X30
STAFFA SUPPORTO POMPA OLIO
POMPA RICAMBIO OLIO 3/4"
FASCETTA D.8/16 H9
TUBO CARBURANTE D.10X17
RONDELLA D22
RACC. AD OCCHIO D.22 PORTAGOM.D.13
VITE FORATA M22X1,5
KIT TRASMETTITORI OLIO ACQUA
RACC.3VIE TRASMETTITORI PRESS.OLIO
TRASMETTITORE VDO 1/8" 5 BAR
TRASMETTITORE VDO 16X1,5 120°
PRESSOSTATO OLIO
TERMOCONTATTO
RACCORDO 3 VIE 1/8" F.
RACCORDO D.5 X 1/8" M.
RACCORDO PORTAGOMMA 1/8" D.7
POMPA PIERBURG 7.21440.03
VASO ESPANSIONE + TAPPO
STAFFA SUPPORTO FILTRO NAFTA
RACC. OCCHIO D.12 PORTAGOM. D.8
RACC. OCCHIO D.14 PORTAGOM. D.8
RACC. OCCHIO D.8 PORTAGOM. D.6
RONDELLA
VITE FORATA
VITE FORATA
VITE FORATA
RONDELLA
RONDELLA
SUPPORTO FILTRO NAFTA
FILTRO NAFTA
TUBO CARBURANTE A1 D.8 ISO7840
TUBO CARBURANTE A1 D.6 ISO7840
CABLAGGIO MOTORE
DIODO BY 255
FASCETTA CABLAGGI 300X7,8
FASCETTA CABLAGGI 130X2,9
FILTRO OLIO
FASCETTA D.30 GOMMATA
FLANGIA MOTORE YANMAR 3TNE78A
FLANGIA ACCOPPIAMENTO MOTORE
SPINA ELASTICA D.8X16
VOLANO MOTORE
CASSA FILTRO ARIA
GUARNIZIONE ADESIVA 10X3
TIRANTE M 6X145
ELEMENTO FILTRANTE 10PPI
PASSACAVO DG.48
COPERCHIO FILTRO ARIA
GUARNIZIONE ADESIVA 50X6
INGRESSO POMPA INIEZIONE MOTORE
INGRESSO POMPA INIEZIONE MOTORE
RITORNO INIETTORI
80
ENGINE YANMAR 3TNE78A MG 50Hz ,6
ENGINE YANMAR 3TNE78A MG 60Hz EPA ,6
ENGINE YANMAR 3TNE82A MG 50Hz ,6
ENGINE YANMAR 3TNE82A EMG 60Hz EPA - ,6
BRACKET
RH/LH BRACKET ALTERNATOR SUPPORT
RH/LH BRACKET ENGINE SUPPORT
SHOCK ABSORBER
BRACKET OIL PUMP SUPPORT
OIL DRAINAGE PUMP
CLAMP D.8/16 H9
FUEL PIPE D.10X17
WASHER D.22
UNION D.22
HOLLOW SCREW M22X1,5
OIL WATER TRANSMITTER KIT
OIL WATER TRANSMITTER UNION
TRANSMITTER VDO 1/8" 5 BAR
TRANSMITTER VDO 16X1,5 120°
LOW OIL PRESSURE SWITCH
THERMOSTAT
UNION
UNION
UNION
PIERBURG PUMP
SUB-TANK + PLUG
FUEL FILTER BRACKET SUPPORT
UNION
UNION
UNION
WASHER
HOLLOW SCREW
HOLLOW SCREW
HOLLOW SCREW
WASHER
WASHER
FUEL FILTER SUPPORT
FUEL FILTER
FUEL PIPE A1 D.8 ISO7840
FUEL PIPE A1 D.6 ISO7840
ENGINE HARNESS
DIODE BY 255
HARNESS CLAMP
HARNESS CLAMP
OIL FILTER
RUBBERIZED CLAMP
ENGINE FLANGE
ENGINE ASSEMBLING FLANGE
SPRING PIN
MOTOR FLYWHEEL
AIR FILTER BOX
ADHESIVE GASKET
ROD
AIR FILTER ELEMENT
GROMMET
AIR FILTER COVER
ADHESIVE GASKET
ENGINE INJECTION PUMP ENTRANCE
ENGINE INJECTION PUMP ENTRANCE
INJECTOR RETURN
mase
IS 8 - 9.5 9.2 - 10.2
ALTERNATORE
ALTERNATOR
IS 8 - 9.5/ 9 - 10.2
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ALTERNATORE ECM032 60Hz ,6,6
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FASCIA PROTEZIONE ALTERNATORE
STATORE
GUARNIZIONE ADESIVA 10X3
O-RING D. 52,07X 2,62
COPERCHIO ALTERNATORE
REGOLATORE DI TENSIONE
CABLAGGIO MOTORE
BOCCOLA PASSACAVO
MORSETTIERA
MANOPOLA
COPERCHIO MORSETTIERA
ADESIVO SCHEMA ELETTRICO
81
ALTERNATOR ECM032 50Hz ,6,6
ALTERNATOR ECM032 60Hz,6,6
ASSEMBLING DISK
ALTERNATOR FAN
ROTOR
ROTOR DIODE
ROTOR BALL BEARING
ALTERNATOR PROTECTION BAND
STATOR
ADHESIVE GASKET 10X3
O-RING D.52,07X 2,62
ALTERNATOR COVER
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
ENGINE HARNESS
CORE HITCH
MAIN TERMINAL BOARDS
HANDLE
MAIN TERMINAL BOARDS COVER
WIRING DIAGRAM ADHESIVE
mase
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FRAME
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CASSA
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KIT FONOASSORBENTE
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GUARNIZIONE ADESIVA 20X5
PROTEZIONE CRUSCOTTO
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ALTERNATOR FIX PANEL
ENGINE FIX PANEL
LATERAL DOOR
UPPER DOOR
BOTTOM RH/LH CLOSURE
BOTTOM REAR CLOSURE
BOTTOM FRONT CLOSURE
SOUNDPROOFING KIT
DRAW PIECES KIT
CORNER
ADJUSTING CLOSURE
HANDLE
WOODEN BASE
ADHESIVE GASKET
TUG CLOSING
EPDM DRAFT
ADHESIVE GASKET
CONTROL PANEL PROTECTION
INSTRUMENTS PANEL
SHOCK ABSORBER
BRACKET
CORE HITCH
SCREW
BUSHING
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FUEL NIPPLE
PLUG
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PLUG
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GRUPPO MARINIZZAZIONE
SEA WATER
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GRUPPO MARINIZZAZIONE
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GUARNIZIONE COLL.SCARICO MOTORE
TIRANTE M8X130
GUARNIZIONE COLL. MISCELATORE
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TUBO SPIRALBENZ D. 50
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ZINCO SCAMBIATORE ACQUA/ARIA
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PANNELLO + ADESIVO
MODULO PROTEZIONE MOTORE
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CONTAORE 110V 60Hz ,6,6
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CONTROL PANEL
CONTROL PANEL
PANEL + LABEL
ENGINE PROTECTION MODULE
START/0/STOP BUTTON
THERMAL SWITCH PROTECTION
HOURSMETER 50Hz ,6,6
HOURSMETER 60Hz ,6,6
CIRCUIT BREAKER 35A 250V ,6,6
CIRCUIT BREAKER 38A 250V ,6
CIRCUIT BREAKER 45A 250V,6
THERMAL SWITCH 12A
FUSE 6A
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IS 8 - 9.5 9.2 - 10.2
CRUSCOTTO COMANDI A DISTANZA
CON STRUMENTI
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL WITH
INSTRUMENTS
IS 8 - 9.5/ 9 - 10.2
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KIT COMANDO A DIST. CON STRUMENTI
QUADRO COMANDO A DISTANZA
PANNELLO
ADESIVO
INTERRUTTORE START/0/STOP
TERMOMETRO 12V 120°C
MANOMETRO 12V 5BAR
CAVO COMPLETO 20MT
87
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL KIT WITH INSTRUMENTS
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL WITH INSTRUMENTS
PANEL
LABEL
START/0/STOP BUTTON
WATER THEMPERATURE GAUGE
OIL PRESSURE GAUGE
20m CABLE
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IS 8 - 9.5 9.2 - 10.2
CRUSCOTTO COMANDI A DISTANZA
SENZA STRUMENTI
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL WITHOUT
INSTRUMENTS
IS 8 - 9.5/ 9 - 10.2
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1c
2
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FIG. 7 / 7
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KIT COMANDO A DISTANZA
QUADRO COMANDO A DISTANZA
PANNELLO
ADESIVO
INTERRUTTORE START/0/STOP
CAVO COMPLETO 20MT
88
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL KIT
REMOTE CONTROL PANEL
PANEL
LABEL
START/0/STOP BUTTON
20m CABLE
Rev. / Rel.
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