Winco PSS12 2-Wire Operation Manual
PACKAGED STANDBY
SYSTEM
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATORS MANUAL
ULPSS12H2W/E
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
PROPER USE AND
INSTALLATION
This manual contains important instructions that
should be followed during installation and maintenance of the generator and batteries. Read
and understand all instructions in the manual
before starting and operating the generator set.
You must be sure your new engine generator set is:
* Properly serviced before starting.
* Operated in a well ventilated area.
* Properly exhausted and gases safely
dispersed.
* Wired by a qualified electrician.
* Operated only for its designed purposes.
* Used only by operators who understand
its operation.
* Properly maintained.
USING THE MANUAL
Congratulations on your choice of a Winco generator set. You have selected a high-quality, precision
engineered generator set designed and tested to
give you years of satisfactory service.
To get the best performance from your new engine
generator set, it is important that you carefully read
and follow the operating instructions in this manual.
COPY YOUR MODEL AND
SERIAL NUMBER HERE
Should you experience a problem please follow
the “Troubleshooting Tables” near the end of this
manual. The warranty listed in the manual describes
what you can expect from WINCO should you need
service assistance in the future.
No other WINCO generator has the same serial
number as yours. It is important that you record
the number and other vital information here. If you
should ever need to contact us on this unit it will help
us to respond to your needs faster.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
GUIDE TO PRODUCT SAFETY
BASIC INFORMATION
Description
Specifications
PREPARING THE UNIT
Unpacking the Unit
GENERATOR SET INSTALLATION
Installation
Fuel Installation
Fuel Conversions
Vapor Fuel Pressure Tables
Battery Installation
Connecting Battery Charger
TRANSFER SWITCH INSTALLATION
AC Electrical Connections
DC Electrical Connections
INITIAL START UP
GENERATOR EXERCISER
DSE 3110 ENGINE CONTROL
FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION
DSE 3110 FAULT CODES
MAINTENANCE
GENERATOR SET OUTLINE
GENERATOR SET PAD LAYOUT
TROUBLESHOOTING TABLES
AC & DC SCHEMATICS
12 MONTH WARRANTY
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SERIAL NUMBER_________________________
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PURCHASE DATE_________________________
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DEALER PHONE # ________________________
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SAFETY INFORMATION
2. FIRE HAZARD Natural gas and L.P. present a
hazard of possible explosion and/or fire.
This generator set has been designed and manufactured to allow safe, reliable performance. Poor
maintenance, improper or careless use can result
in potential deadly hazards; from electrical shock,
exhaust gas asphyxiation, or fire. Please read all
safety instructions carefully before installation or
use. Keep these instructions handy for future reference. Take special note and follow all warnings on
the unit labels and in the manuals.
a. Do not refuel when the engine is running or
hot. Allow the engine to cool at least two
minutes before refueling.
b. Keep fuel containers out of reach of children.
c. Do not smoke or use open flame near the generator set or fuel tank.
d. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby and know its
proper use. Fire extinguishers rated ABC by
NFPA are appropriate.
e. Store fuel only in an approved container, and
only in a well ventilated area.
f. Follow local codes for closeness to combustible material.
ANSI SAFETY DEFINITIONS
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DANGER:
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury. This signal word is to be limited to the
most extreme situations.
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3. DEADLY EXHAUST GAS Exhaust fumes from
any gasoline engine contain carbon monoxide, an invisible, oderless and deadly gas that must be mixed
with fresh air.
a. Operate only in well ventilated areas.
b. Never operate indoors.
c. Never operate the unit in such a way as to
allow exhaust gases to seep back into closed
rooms (i.e. through windows, walls, floors).
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WARNING:
WARNING inducates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
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4. NOISE HAZARD Excessive noise is not only
tiring, but continual exposure can lead to loss of
hearing.
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CAUTION:
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
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a. Use hearing protection when working around
this equipment for long periods of time.
b. Keep your neighbors in mind when permanently installing this equipment.
5. CLEANLINESS Keep the generator and surrounding area clean.
NOTE:
CAUTION is also used on the unit labels and in this
manual to indicate a situation that could result in
serious damage or destruction of the equipment and
possible personal injury.
a. Remove all grease, ice, snow or materials that
create slippery conditions around the unit.
b. Remove any rags or other materials that could
create a potential fire hazard.
c. Carefully clean up any gas or oil spills before
starting the unit.
1. ELECTRICAL SHOCK The output voltage
present in this equipment can cause fatal electric
shock. This equipment must be operated by a responsible person.
6. SERVICING EQUIPMENT All service, including the installation or replacement of service parts,
should be preformed only by a qualified technician.
a. Do not allow anyone to operate the generator
without proper instruction.
b. Guard against electric shock.
c. Avoid contact with live terminals or receptacles.
d. Use extreme care if operating this unit in rain
or snow.
e. Use only three-pronged grounded receptacles
and extension cords.
f. Be sure the unit is properly grounded to an
external gound rod driven into the earth.
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a. Use only factory approved repair parts.
b. Do not work on this equipment when fatigued.
c. Never remove the protective guards, covers, or
receptacle panels while the engine is running.
d. Use exteme caution when working on electrical components. High output voltage from this
equipment can cause serious injury or death.
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e. Always avoid hot mufflers, exhaust manifolds,
and engine parts. They can cause severe
burns instantly.
f. Installing a generator set is not a “Do-it-yourself” project. Consult a qualified, licensed electrician or contractor. The installation must comply with all national, state, and local codes.
These packaged standby systems consist ot two
major components:
1) AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH
A wall mounted ASCO 165 Automatic Transfer
Switch (ATS) designed for inside installation. The
transfer switch is UL1008 approved. A fourteen day
electronic exerciser circuit is installed in the ATS
as standard equipment. The ATS also contains the
power failure sensing circuitry necessary to start and
stop the engine generator set. The transfer switch is
also equipped standard with a 3 second start delay,
and a 15 second transfer delay to allow the engine
to warm up before transferring the load to the generator. When the line power is restored the ATS has
a 5 minute retransfer delay to allow the incoming utility to stabilize before transferring back to line power
and then an additional 1 minute engine cool down
delay before the engine shuts down. Read and
understand the ATS owners manual before installing,
servicing or operating the transfer switch.
TESTING POLICY:
Before any generator is shipped from the factory, it
is fully checked for performance. The generator is
loaded to its full capacity, and the voltage, current
and frequency are carefully checked.
Rated output of generators is based on engineering
tests of typical units, and is subject to, and limited
by, the temperature, altitude, fuel, and other conditions specified by the manufacturer of the applicable
engines.
INTRODUCTION AND
DESCRIPTION
UL Automatic Transfer Switch Sizes
UNIT
LINE SIDE
CONTACTOR
ULPSS12H2W 100 AMPS
200 AMPS
The package standby system includes all times
necessary for a completely automatic standby power
system as standard equipment.
GENERATOR
SIDE CONTACTOR
100 AMPS
200 AMPS
Both the 100 amp and the 200 amp UL Switches are
available in single phase only.
DESCRIPTION
The package standby system is designed to automatically provide standby power to unattended
loads during electrical outages. Upon an interruption
of normal electrical service the packaged standby
system electrical control circuits will automatically
start the engine. The generator will produce electrical power and the Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS)
will automatically transfer the electrical loads to the
generator set. Upon restoration of normal electrical service the emergency transfer switch will sense
return of the normal commercial power. The Automatic Transfer Switch will retransfer the load back to
the normal commercial power source. The engine
control circuits will begin a cool-down cycle, after
which the fuel supply will be shut off and the engine
ignition system disabled.
2) ENGINE / GENERATOR
The engine generator set consists of a Honda, twin
cylinder, four cycle air cooled engine. The engine is
factory equipped to run on LP or NG fuel. The engine operates at 3600 rpm and frequency regulation
is maintained by the engine governor within 4 cycles
variation (62.5 Hz - 58.5 Hz) from no load to rated
load. The generator is a brushless, single bearing,
direct drive, rotating field design. The generator is
connnected to the engine’s tapered (quill) crankshaft
extension. The engine generator is mounted in a
drip-proof enclosure for outside installation. Connection boxes and terminal blocks are provided for
all customer connections (both AC output and DC
control). A customer supplied 12 volt 500 CCA (BCI
group 26) battery is required to complete the installation.
** NOTICE **
This unit will automatically transfer if a power outage
occurs while running in an exercise mode.
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SPECIFICATIONS
These units are shipped with oil. Be sure to check
oil levels before operating. See engine manufacturer’s instruction manual for recommended oil requirements before initial starting.
GENERATOR
MODEL
WATTS*
VOLTS
PSS12
12000
120/240
AMPS HZ PH
50.0
60
1
RPM
3600
UNPACKING
* Derate 16% for Natural Gas operation. Derate to
7192 watts when operating on Natural Gas pressure
of 4-6 inches water column. Derate 3.5% per 1000
feet elevation above sea level.
1. Carefully remove the carton.
2. After inspecting the engine-generator and transfer switch for external physical damage, check
for the following items packed inside the carton.
a. Owner’s manual.
b. Engine manufacturer’s instruction manual.
3. Remove main frame hold down bolts. (4)
4. Unit can now be lifted from shipping pallet.
FUEL CONSUMPTION
NATURAL GAS
1000 BTU/CU FT
LP VAPOR
2520 BTU/CU FT
CF/HR
190
76.6
BTU/HR
190,000
194,000
GAL/HR
N/A
2.1
LBS/HR*
N/A
9.0
INSTALLATION
General Information
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* Based on full load operation.
ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
Before proceeding with the installation be sure the
operation selector switch is in the stop position.
Refer to engine operating and maintenance instructions.
These engine generator sets are designed to be
mounted on a concrete pad outdoors only. As an
option a prefab pad may be used as long as proper
When unpacking the generator set, be sure to inattention is paid to site preparation to insure the unit
spect it carefully for freight loss or damage. If loss or will not move after installation. The transfer switch is
damage is noted at the time of delivery, require that
mounted next to your electrical entrance or distributhe person making the delivery make note of the loss tion panel inside or outside the building. Consult a
or damage on the freight bill, or affix his signature
qualified, licensed electrician or contractor to install
under the consignor’s memo of the loss or damage.
and wire the transfer switch. The installation must
Contact the carrier for claim procedures.
comply with all national, state and local codes.
** NOTICE **
When loss or damage is noted after delivery, segregate the damaged material, and contact the carrier
for claim procedures. Be sure to retain the packaging material for carrier inspection.
Before beginning the installation process check the
rating of the generator set and its transfer switch
rating. Be certain they can handle the intended
load and are compatible with the enterance voltage,
phase and current ratings. Plans for installation
“Concealed Damage” is understood to mean damshould be prepared with proper attention to meage to the contents of a package which is not evichanical and electrical engineering detail to assure
dent at the time of delivery by the carrier, but wheich a satisfactory system installation. The information
is discovered later. The carrier or carriers are
in this manual is offered only as a guide to finializing
responsible for merchandise lost or damaged in tran- your installation plans.
sit. The title to goods rests with the consignee when
generators are shipped F.O.B. factory, and only the
consignee can legally file a claim. Please note, most
carriers have a time limit for filing concealed damage
claims.
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These fuel pressures are critical; failure to provide
the proper pressure can cause many problems ranging from a unit that will not start to causing damage
to the fuel system.
ENGINE GENERATOR SET MOUNTING
WARNING - Personal Injury
The enclosures on these units can become very
hot adjacent to the exhaust areas. Special care
must be taken when installing these units to
insure that the risk of contact by people is minimized.
These units are normally tested on Natural Gas and
will have a fuel line connected to the NG port on the
fuel outlet tee. If you are going to operate on LP you
will need to move the fuel line from the NG port to
the LP port on the fuel outlet tee. These two ports
have different orifice inserts installed in them, which
provide proper operation with no further adjustments.
The unit’s main frame should be bolted to a four to
six inch thick cement pad. The engine-generator is
mounted on a sub-frame which is isolated with special shock mounts on the main frame. This allows
the engine-generator to vibrate without affecting the
control panel on the main frame. (See page 20).
When moving the fuel line from one port to the other
be sure not to kink or bend the line. Use a large
sweeping curve as possible and never shorten the
fuel line. For proper operation the fuel line must stay
the same length as it was shipped.
Do not install any shock mounts between the base
frame and the concrete pad. Engine vibration will be
transmitted to the control panel causing erroneous
start/stop cycles and premature control failure.
The unit should be mounted to allow for ample working room around it. A general rule to follow is five (5)
feet clearance on all sides. See NFPA Code 37 for
additional clearance requirements.
FUEL INSTALLATION
The fuel supply should be as close as possible to the
engine. This will reduce the installation cost of fuel
runs. The information in this manual is offered to assist you in providing the proper fuel for your engine.
However, this information is only provided to inform
you of the engine’s requirements and assist in making you aware of the decisions you must make. In
no case should the instructions and information provided be interpreted to conflict with any local, state
or national codes. If in doubt, always consult your
local fire marshal, gas supplier or building inspector.
INSTALLING THE FUEL LINE
** NOTICE **
The engine generator sets are properly adjusted
before they leave the factory. A tag is attached to
the unit that specifies the fuel, natural gas (NG) or
propane vapor (LP) that the unit was set up and
tested on.
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NATURAL GAS or LP VAPOR PIPE SIZE
Size of pipe nomally required for generators operating on NATURAL GAS or LP VAPOR.
FIRE HAZARD - All fuel runs should be installed
by a licensed fuel supplier.
Unit location will determine the size of fuel line that
is required to supply the engine with a constant fuel
pressure and volume.
To connect the fuel line to the generator set you will
connect your incoming fuel line to the 3/4 inch NPT
fitting located on the left side of the engine-generator set. This fitting is shipped with a plastic plug
installed to insure the fuel system stays clean.
LIQUID PROPANE VAPOR (LP)
Refer to the tables below for fuel line size and recommended tank size. For distances of 100 feet or
over, a two regulator fuel system is recommended.
This is accomplished by installing a primary regulator at the tank which will reduce the tank pressure
down to 10 to 15 lbs.
For all vapor fuel systems the delivery pressure of
the fuel to the fuel solenoid on the unit must be four
to six ounces psi (per square inch) or 7 to 11 inches
W.C. (water column).
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PERSONAL DANGER - Do not use galvanized pipe
in fuel line runs. The galvanized coating can become eroded and flake off, causing possible obstructions in the regulator or fuel valve. The results could
range from inoperative engine to hazardous fuel
leaks.
A low pressure regulator is installed to further reduce
the fuel pressure to the required four (4) to six (6) oz.
operating pressure. This low pressure regulator
must be at least 10 feet from the engine generator set, any closer installation will require a
larger line be installed to provide a fuel reservoir.
This is also true for the single low pressure regulators, it should also be a minimum of 10 feet from the
unit. If this is not done the demand regulator on the
unit and the pressure regulator in the fuel line will
interfere with each other. When the two (2) regulator system is used on LP, a fuel line size of 1/2 to 5/8
inch is generally adequate for distances up to 300
feet from the primary to the low pressure regulator. (Consult you local fuel supplier for your exact
requirements). The appropriate line size from the
table below is then installed from the low pressure
regulator to the generator set.
FEET
SIZE OF PIPE
up to 25 FT*
3/4 “ Pipe
25 - 100 FT*
1” Pipe
over 100 FT*
Use a two regulator
system.
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Be careful when sealing gas joints. Excessive sealing compound can be drawn into the solenoid, regulator or carburetor causing an engine malfunction.
FUEL PRESSURE
LP & NG VAPOR FUEL Correct fuel pressure cannot be stressed enough. The most common cause
for inoperative systems is an inadequate or incorrect fuel pressure. Performance of the engine is in
direct relation to the correctness of the fuel system.
Shown below is a diagram of a typical LP vapor fuel
installation. Notice the following tables give two
(2) different units of measuring fuel pressure. The
first and most accurate is the use of a simple water
manometer. A manometer is calibrated in inches of
water column. The second is with a pressure gauge
calibrated in ounces per square inch.
* Allow an additional 3 feet for each standard
elbow. Do not use ‘street ells’ (restrictive).
NATURAL GAS (NG)
The primary regulator (fuel meter) on the building
should deliver the correct volume and pressure to
the generator set. This regulator must be sized to
deliver the required BTU’s to the generator set and
all other appliances in the building. If the primary
regulator (fuel meter) is a high pressure regulator then a low pressure regulator must be
installed to bring the pressure down to 4-6 oz.
(7-11 inches water column) of pressure. This low
pressure regulator must be at least 10 feet from
the engine generator set, any closer installation
will require a larger line be installed to provide a
fuel reservoir. If this is not done the demand regulator on the unit and the pressure regulator in the
fuel line will interfere with each other. This regulator must be sized to accomidate the demand of the
generator set and any other appliance connected to
it. See table below for the correct size of pipe to be
installed.
FEET
SIZE OF PIPE
up to 25 FT*
3/4 “ Pipe
25 - 100 FT*
1” Pipe
over 100 FT*
Consult Factory
* Allow an additional 3 feet for each standard
elbow. Do not use ‘street ells’ (restrictive).
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Shown below is a diagram of a natural gas (NG)
installation.
Natural Gas
REF #
2
3
4
UNIT OFF
2 PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
STARTING
2 PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
NO LOAD
2 PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
FULL
LOAD
2 PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
LP TANK SIZING
Required LP tank size for LP Vapor withdrawal
operating at various outside temperatures given in
degrees Fahrenheit (Celsius).
Reference numbers 2 through 4 in the diagram
above are system parts supplied by the customer.
Reference number 4 is on the generator.
Below are tables of the fuel pressure readings at
each reference in the system.
TANK TEMPERATURE
TANK SIZE
60° F (16° C)
150 GALLON
32° F (0° C)
250 GALLON
0° F (18° C)
500 GALLON
-20° F (-29° C)
1000 GALLON
FUEL PRESSURE TABLES
Single Low Pressure Regulator (LP Vapor only)
LP/NG FUEL CONVERSION
REF #
1
3
4
UNIT OFF
LINE PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
STARTING
LINE PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
The ULPSS12H2W/E generator sets have been
tested on NATURAL GAS prior to shipment. If you
are going to use them on LP vapor, follow the procedures in FUEL INSTALLATION. See Page 6.
NO LOAD
LINE PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
INSTALLING THE BATTERY
FULL
LOAD
LINE PSI
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
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Two (2) Regulator System (LP Vapor only)
REF #
1
2
3
4
UNIT
OFF
LINE PSI
10-15
LBS
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
STARTING
LINE PSI
10-15
LBS
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
NO
LOAD
LINE PSI
10-15
LBS
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
FULL
LOAD
LINE PSI
10-15
LBS
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
7-11 IN
4-6 OZ
In the following battery installation procedure, check
to be sure the selector switch remains in the “off”
position. This should be your last step before initial
start-up.
A customer supplied twelve-volt battery is required to
complete the installation. Installation of the highest CCA rated battery, within the correct BCI group
(size), will increase cold weather starting performance. Gel batteries should not be used with the
battery tender installed in the generator enclosure.
Model
ULPSS12H2W
Voltage
BCI Group
12
26
MINIMUM
CCA Rating
500
Installation and servicing of batteries must be performed or supervised only by personnel knowledgeable of batteries and the required precautions. Keep
unauthorized personnel away from batteries.
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When installing or replacing batteries, use the proper DANGER - Explosive Fire Risk
group/size starting battery. The battery should be
a Maintenance Free lead acid design. Deep cycle
* Never smoke when near batteries.
batteries will not work for this application.
* Do not cause a flame or spark in the battery area.
* Always discharge static electricity from your body
CAUTION - PERSONAL DANGER
before touching batteries by first touching a
grounded metal surface.
CAUTION - NEVER dispose of a battery in a fire.
The battery is capable of exploding.
SERVICING BATTERIES
CAUTION - DO NOT open or mutilate the battery.
Released electrolyte is known to be harmful to the
skin and eyes and to be very toxic.
Batteries used on these units may over time lose
water. This is especially true if you are using a
trickle charger to maintain your battery. When refilling the battery with water use only distilled water.
Tap water will shorten the service life of the battery.
These generator sets are all NEGATIVE ground. Be
very careful not to connect the battery in reverse
polarity, as this may short circuit the battery charging
system on the engine.
Never fill the battery above the fill line. Over filling
above the upper level line may cause the electrolyte
to overflow, resulting in corrosion to the engine or
nearby parts. Immediately wash off any spilled electrolyte following the procedure above.
CAUTION - A battery presents a risk of electrical
shock and high short circuit current. The following
precautions must be observed when working with
batteries.
BATTERY CHARGING
1. Remove watches, rings and other metal objects.
2. Use tools with insulated handles.
3. Check both the battery cable ends and the battery posts to be sure they are free of corrosion.
4. Always connect the battery positive cable first
and then connect the battery negative cable.
When removing the battery cables from the battery reverse the procedure, disconnect the negative cable first and then the positive cable.
5. Be sure all connections are tight and coat the
terminals and cable ends with dialectic grease.
Units equipped with electric start have a small flywheel charger built into the engine flywheel assembly for recharging the starting battery. This flywheel
charger generates a small AC current that passes
through a rectifier/regulator assembly on the engine
to produce a DC charging current. This circuit is not
designed to be used as a battery charging circuit to
recharge dead batteries.
**** CAUTION ****
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE - Always connect the positive cable first and the negative cable last. When
disconnecting, remove the negative cable first and
the positive cable last. Failure to connect and disconnect in the proper sequence can cause equipment damage.
WARNING - The electrolyte is a diluted sulfuric acid
that is harmful to the skin and eyes. It is electrically
conductive and corrosive. The following precautions
must always be taken.
* Always wear full eye protection and protective
clothing.
* Where electrolyte contacts the skin, wash off im
mediately with water.
* If electrolyte contacts the eyes, flush thoroughly
and immediately with water and seek immediate
medical attention.
* Spilled electrolyte is to be washed down with an
acid neutralizing agent. A common practice is to
use a solution of one pound of bicarbonate of
soda (baking soda) to one gallon of water. The
bicarbonate of soda solution is to be added until
the evidence of reaction, foaming, has ceased.
The resulting liquid is to be flushed with water
and the area dried.
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Observe polarities: connect the positive (+) battery
terminal to the (+) cable from the engine starter;
the negative (-) battery terminal is connected to the
negative cable (ground) from the engine generator
assembly. All connections must be clean and tight.
Check the electrolyte (fluid) in the battery periodically to be sure it is above the plates. Never allow
the battery to remain in a discharged condition.
**** CAUTION ****
EQUIPMENT DAMAGE - NEVER JUMP START
these units. Doing so will destroy the engine control
module rendering the unit non-operational. Remove
and fully recharge the battery before attempting to
start.
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CONNECTING THE BATTERY CHARGER
AC ELECTRICAL
CONNECTIONS
A two-stage battery tender is provided on all PSS
series generators. This battery tender charges at
a rate of 750 mA until the battery is fully charged
and then automatically switches to a 13.2 VDC float
charger. The charger has an indicator light on it,
red indicates it is charging, and green indicates it is
in the storage mode (float charge). This charger is
mounted on the generator set, located behind an acces cover on the right side of the unit.
NOTICE - CLASS 1 WIRING METHODS ARE TO
BE USED FOR ALL FIELD WIRING CONNECTIONS TO TERMINALS OF A CLASS 2 CIRCUIT.
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The battery tender receptacle is to be powered by
a GFCI circuit and installed in accordane with the
United States National Electric Code. These AC
wires can be run in the same conduit as the the
other AC leads from the generator. It is suggested
that this circuit be fused for 15 amps. Terminal block
connections have been provided in the customer
connection area of the engine generator set. See
Page 10 for diagram.
A main line circuit breaker has been provided inside
the generator housing. During all wiring installation
make sure the breaker is in the off position and the
generator operators switch is in the off position.
** NOTICE **
Minimum conductor sizes between the generator
and the ATS. Based on wire type and temperature
rating. Wire has been derated for 40° C ambient
temperatures.
Note: This symbol
ground where used.
GENERATOR CONNECTIONS
The battery tender is not intended to recharge a battery which has become completely discharged. It is
designed to produce enough current to recharge a
slightly low battery, maintainging it fully charged.
WIRE TEMPERATURE RATING
MOUNTING THE AUTOMATIC
TRANSFER SWITCH (ATS)
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***** WARNING *****
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EQUIPMENT DAMAGE - Protect the switch from
construction grit and metal chips to prevent malfunction or shortened life of the switch. Contactors
returned for warranty consideration with foreign
materials inside of them will not be warranted.
Before installing the ATS you must first ensure that
the transfer switch is large enough to handle your
complete distribution panel. If you are installing a
100 amp transfer switch the main line circuit breaker
must not be larger than 100 amps. If you have a
125, 150, 200 amp or larger system and want to use
a 100 amp transfer switch, you will not be able to
transfer the complete electrical system. In this case
it will be necessary to install a secondary emergency
distribution panel. NOTE: THE MAXIMUM OUTPUT OF THE GENERATOR IS 50 AMPS AT 240
VOLTS.
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always indicates
CU Connector
AL Connector
75° C
# 6 AWG
# 4 AWG
90° C
# 8 AWG
# 6 AWG
To gain acces to the customer connections remove
the end door panel opposite the muffler. All AC and
DC connections to the ATS, 120 Volt power connection for battery charger, and battery installation are
made behind this panel. After removing the door
remove the cover over the customer connection box,
using a 7/16 inch open end wrench. See pages 20
and 21 for generator set and pad layout.
Two (2) hot leads, one (1) neutral and (1) ground
lead are required between the generator and the
ATS. The two power leads from the generator are
marked G1 and G3. Next install two leads, one
neutral and one ground lead from the generator set
to the distribution panel or Transfer Switch.
In addition to the power leads install a three wire 120
volt, 15 amp circuit from your distribution panel to
the generator. This circuit wll be used to power the
battery charger, optional block heater and optional
battery heater.
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The last two wires you will install are the DC control
leads (14 or 16 gauge) for the start circuit in the ATS.
These last two connections will be discussed later in
more detail.
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***** WARNING *****
******************
A service disconnect must be installed in front of the
ATS panel as the ATS is not service enterance rated.
This will alow you to test the generator under load.
Should you ever have to work on the switch, you will
be able to disconnect the power and work on the
switch cold without having the power company pull
your meter.
WINCO UL ATS (ASCO 165)
See the ASCO installation manual for additional
details on proper wiring of the Automatic Transfer Switch.
The standby generator terminals in the ATS are
marked “ALTERNATE L2 & L6”. The “hot” leads
G1 and G3 from the generator are connected to the
terminals L2 & L6.
To wire the automatic transfer switch into the existing wiring, first determine which circuits will be on
the emergency load circuit. If the entire load is to
be transferred, the transfer switch can be wired in
directly after the watt-hour meter and the service
enterance, providing the service enterance ampere
rating is within the transfer switch’s rated capability.
The normal line power terminals in the ATS are
marked “PREFERRED - L1 & L5”. The “hot” line
power leads are L1 and L3 from your normal power
supply are connected to terminals L1 and L5.
If only specific circuits are to be powered under
emergency power failure conditions, and additional
distribution panel designated “emergency distribution
panel” must be installed.
The load terminals in the ATS are marked “LOAD
- L3 & L7”. The leads to the load distribution panel
are connected to terminals L3 & L7.
The neutral leads from all three locations are connected to the isolated terminal lugs on the sidewall
of the cabinet. This terminal block is labeled “NEUTRAL” and the terminal lugs are mounted on red
isolation standoffs.
All selected emergency circuits are removed from
main distribution panels and reinstalled in the emergency distribution panel. Suggested circuits: freezer, refrigerator, furnace, emergency lights, sump
pump, emergency outlet circuits, etc. Total running
load must not exceed generator rating.
The ground leads from all locations are connected to
the grounded terminal lugs also located on the side
wall. This set of terminals is labeled “GROUND”.
INSTALLATION NOTES
DC ELECTRICAL
INTERCONNECTION
The load current carrying wires (L) and (T) must be
sized to handle the maximum load current without
excessive voltage drop. By code, the wire must be
heavy enough to handle the full current rating of the
main line circuit breaker (or fuse) in the enterance
(or sub-panel) protecting the contactor switch.
**** CAUTION ****
All wires should be installed in rigid or flexible conduit. Because of the many different types of service,
feeder, and distribution equipment, no specific wiring
instructions can be provided. It is, however, recommended that copper wire be used. In all cases it is
essential that while the load is connected to the generator, there can be absolutely no feedback from the
generator to the power line or the power line to the
generator. When properly installed, the normal ATS
control and safety systems will eliminate all paths for
feedback. Check with your local electrical inspector
on applicable local, state and federal codes.
Your DC connection points in the ASCO 165 UL ATS
are on the terminal block in the upper right hand
corner of the ATS panel. The terminal block (TB7) is
numbered 1 through 9. These terminals will accept
# 22 - # 14 AWG stranded wire. It is recommended
that you use # 16 AWG for distances up to 200 feet.
You need to run two (2) wires from the generator set
to the transfer switch. You will be using terminals
4 and 5, wire Start # 23 will connect to terminal # 5
and wire Battery Negative # 1 will connect to terminal # 4. See table and illustration on the next page.
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Never run the AC and DC wiring in the same conduit.
ASCO 165 UL SWITCH
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START UP PROCEDURE
WIRE #
PURPOSE
RECOMMENDED
COLOR
# 23
Start
Black
#1
Battery Negative
White
Engine Generator Set only
The engine control module (ECM) is manufactured
by Deep Sea Electronics. Model 3110 is used on
this engine generator set. See picture below. Additional information on the DSE 3110 is on pages 14
through 17.
Manual Operation
Press and release the red Stop/Reset button. Then
press and release the green Start Engine button.
The engine generator will crank and start automatically. If the engine fails to start correct the problem
before proceeding.
INITIAL START UP
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***** WARNING *****
******************
DO NOT jump start these generator sets. Starting
these units on a low battery of jump starting them
will cause damage to the engine control module.
Use the following checklist to verify correct installaion before starting the engine:
О Engine oil. Check level & fill as required with
proper grade/quantity. Refer to engine owners
manual for proper levels and types.
О Unit mounting base properly bolted down.
О Clearance for service and maintenance on all
sides.
О Proper fuel line material and size.
О All fuel line connections tight.
О Fuel line protected and a moisture trap in
stalled (may be required for NG).
О LP/NG pressure OK. 4-6 oz. (7-11 in. WC).
О Battery connections clean and tight.
О Battery fully charged.
О All AC and DC wiring installed and properly
protected.
LUBRICATON
Before starting the engine, check and fill the crankcase with the proper weight/grade oil, as recommended by the engine manufacturer’s maintenance
instructions. The necessity of using the correct oil,
and keeping the crankcase full cannot be over emphasized. DO NOT OVERFILL THE ENGINE, Use
the dipstick.
After completing the above checklist, the generator
set is ready for the initial start-up test.
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With the engine running smoothly, check the no load
voltage and frequency at wire # 1 and # 4 (L2 and
L6 in the ASCO ATS) on the generator terminal block
in the ATS. The voltage should be 240 volts plus or
minus nominal. The frequency should be between
61.5 to 62 hertz (Hz). The voltage should also be
checked between the hot terminals (L2 and L6) and
the neutral to be certain of a balanced voltage output
and a solid neutral connection. The voltage should
be about one half of the line to line voltage.
** NOTICE **
If for any reason during the check out procedures
the voltage and frequency are not correct, press the
Stop/Reset button and correct the trouble before
proceeding.
After verifying the voltage and frequency are correct,
press the Stop/Reset button. This will shut off the
engine immediately.
Transfer Switch & Engine Generator
Automatic (remote) Operation
This procedure checks the electrical operation of
the automatic transfer switch. If the actual operation
does not follow this procedure, consult the troublshooting section in the transfer switch manual.
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1. Turn on the preferred source (utility) circuit
breaker. The utility source acceptable light should
now come on as well as the transfer switch on utility
light. If these lights fail to come on recheck your
incoming power to insure you have 240 volts nominal. If not, troubleshoot your utility source before
continuing.
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***** WARNING *****
******************
Transfer Switch does not transfer the load to the
generator set. The Transfer Switch on utility (preferred source) light stays on.
3. To bypass the time delay or cancel the test,
press and release the Push to Test button again.
4. The generator set stops and the Generator
acceptacle light goes off.
WITH Load Transfer
1. Press and hold the Push to Test button until
PERSONAL INJURY HAZARD - Install front cover
in transfer switch before operation. An electrical sys- the generator (alternate source) acceptable light
comes on and stays on. Then release the button.
tem fault could cause a flash and severe personal
This will start up your generator set.
injury.
This light indicates that the generator is running and
the output voltage and frequency are within acceptable limits. Under normal conditions this light should
come on in 5 to 10 seconds. If the light does not
come on and stay on a malfunction has occurred.
Either the unit didn’t start or the voltage or frequency
is incorrect. Correct the problem before continuing.
2. About 15 seconds after the generator (alternate source) acceptable light comes on, the automatic transfer switch should transfer the load from
the utility to the generator. At that time the Transfer
Switch generator acceptable light should come on.
3. The generator will stay connected to the load
for about 5 minutes at which time the transfer switch
will transfer the load back to the utility. At the time it
transfers back to utility the Transfer Switch on Utility
light should come on and the Transfer Switch on
generator light should go out. To bypass this five
minute time delay you can press and release the
Push to Test button again at any time.
2. Press and release the Auto button on the
engine control module (ECM). The auto mode icon
will appear on the screen. The unit is now ready to
be operated from the Automatic Transfer Switch.
3. Turn on the altenate source (generator) curcuit
breaker.
There are two ways to test your transfer switch
operation: WITHOUT a load transfer or WITH a
load transfer.
WITHOUT load transfer (normal exercise)
1. Press and release the Push to Test button.
The generator set should start immediately. About
15 seconds the generator (alternate source) acceptable light comes on and stays on.
2. The generator set runs for 20 minutes. The
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4. After the load retransfer to the utility, the generator will continue to run for about 1 minute (without
a load) and then shut down. The Generator acceptable light will go off indicating the generator set has
shut down.
This completes the functional test of the transfer
switch and the generator set. If you want the generator to automatically start press the Auto button
on the engine control module of the generator set. If
you have additional work to do or don’t want to leave
the engine generator set in the automatic start mode
press and release the stop/reset button on the generator set. In the off mode the engine generator set
will not start or run automatically.
GENERATOR EXERCISER CIRCUIT
The automatic generator exerciser is configured to
automatically exercise the generator for 20 minutes
once every 14 days.
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In order to set and test the exercise circuit the
engine control module must be set in the auto
mode.
DSE 3110 ENGINE CONTROL
PROTECTIONS
When an alarm is present, the Common alarm LED
if configured will illuminate. The LCD display will
show an icon to indicate the fault.
SETTING THE EXERCISER CIRCUIT
Press and release the Automatic Generator Exerciser button. After about 8 seconds the exerciser
light flashes 14 times to indicate that the exerciser
circuit has been set. The number of flashes indicates the number of days until the next exercise
period. This 20 minute period will occur at approximately the same time of the day the button was
pressed.
WARNINGS
Warnings are non-critical alarm conditions and do
not affect the operation of the generator system,
they serve to draw the operators attention to an undesireable condition. The icon will appear steady in
the display. Warning alarms are self-resetting when
the fault condition is removed.
DISABLING THE EXERCISER CIRCUIT
Press and hold the Automatic Generator Exerciser
button until the light goes off, the light flashes then
goes off.
ENABLING THE EXERCISER CIRCUIT
Press and hold the Automatic Generator Exerciser
button until the light goes off, the light flashes then
goes off. After about 8 seconds the exerciser light
flashes fourteen times to indicate that the exerciser
circuit has be re-enabled.
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***** WARNING *****
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SHUTDOWNS
Shutdowns are critical alarm conditions that stop the
engine and draw the operator’s attention to an undesirable condition. Shutdown alarms are latching.
The fault must be removed and the STOP/RESET
button pressed to reset the module. The icon will
appear flashing in the display.
MODULE DISPLAY
TIMER ICON
When the module is controlling the engine (starting and stopping) an animated timer icon will be
displayed in the icon area to indicate that a timer is
active, for example cranking time, crank rest, etc.
STOPPED ICON
When there are no alarms present, an icon will be
displayed to indicate the engine is stopped and what
mode the unit is in.
WITH A TOTAL POWER FAILURE (UTILITY
POWER FAILS AND THE GENERATOR FAILS TO
START AND RUN) THE EXERCISER MUST BE
RESET AFTER THE POWER IS RESTORED.
CLEARING AN “ERROR” CODE
An error codes occurs on the ASCO control board if
the generator set fails to start or there is some other
malfunction. BOTH Transfer Switch lights will be
blinking together. The Automatic Generator Exerciser light will be blinking a number of times then
pause. This number gives the error code reason
from page 8 of the ASCO 165 owner’s manual. To
clear this code press and release the Push to Test
button once. Then troubleshoot the problem according to the ASCO 165 owner’s manual.
This completes your installation and unit testing.
ALWAYS leave the system in automatic mode unless
servicing the unit. For automatic operation, the auto
mode icon must be displayed on the engine control
module.
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Stop Mode
Auto Mode
Manual Mode
RUNNING ICON
When there are no alarms present, an animated icon
is displayed to indicate the engine is running.
USB ICON
When a USB connection is made to the module the
USB icon is displayed.
MEMORY CORRUPTION
If either the config file or engine file becomes corrupted the unit will display the following icon.
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DSE 3110 CONTROL
STOP/RESET (Red Button) This button places the module into its “Stop/
Reset” mode. This will clear any alarm conditions for which the triggering
criteria have been removed. If the engine is running and the module is in
Stop mode, the module will automatically instruct the changeover device to
unload the generator. (Close generator becomes inactive (if used)). The fuel
supply de-energizes and the engine comes to a standstill. Should a remote
start signal be present while operating in this mode, a remote start WILL NOT
occur.
AUTO (White Button) This button places the module into its “Automatic”
mode. This mode allows the module to control the function of the generator
automatically. The module will monitor the remote start input and once a start
request is made, the set will be automatically started and placed on load.
Upon removal of the starting signal, the module will automatically transfer the
load from the generator and shut the set down observing the stop delay timer
and cooling timer as necessary. The module will then wait the next start event.
START (Green button)
Pressing this button in auto mode will start the engine and run off load.
Pressing this button in Stop/Reset mode will turn on the CAN engine ECU
(when correctly configured and fitted to a compatible engine ECU).
PAGE
Pressing this button scrolls the display to show the various instruments.
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FRONT PANEL CONFIGURATION
This configuration mode allows the operator limited customizing of the way the module
operates. Use the module’s navigation buttons to traverse the menu and make value
changes to the parameters.
1
2
4
3
1. ACCEPT button.
2. NEXT PAGE button.
3. DECREASE VALUE / NEXT ITEM
4. INCREASE VALUE / NEXT ITEM
ACCESSING THE FRONT PANEL
Press 1 (accept) and 2 (next page) similtaneously (at the same time). This display
shows the configuration icon:
The first parameter is also displayed.
EDITING A PARAMETER
Enter the editor as described above.
* Press 2 to select the required ‘page’ as detailed below.
* Press 4 to select the next parameter or 3 to select the previous parameter within the
current page.
* When viewing the parameter to be changed, press the 1 button. The value begins to
flash.
* Press 4 or 3 to adjust the value to the requested setting.
* Press 1 to save the current value. The value stops flashing.
* Press and hold the 1 button to exit the editor, the configuration icon
is removed
from the display.
NOTE: Values representing pressure will be displayed in Bar. Values representing temperature are displayed in degrees Celsius.
NOTE: When adjusting values in the front panel editor a press and hold of the increment
button will cover the full range of the item being adjusted (min to max) in under 20 seconds.
NOTE: When the editor is visible, it is exited after 5 minutes of inactivity for security.
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DSE 3110 CONTROL
FAULT CODES
DESCRIPTION
AUXILIARY INPUTS
FAIL TO START
Auxiliary inputs can be user configured and will display
the message as written by the user.
The engine has not fired after the preset number of start
attempts
The module has detected a condition that indicates that
the engine is running when it has been instructed to stop.
FAIL TO STOP
NOTE:- ‘Fail to Stop’ could indicate a faulty oil pressure sensor
- If engine is at rest check oil sensor wiring and configuration.
LOW OIL PRESSURE
The module detects that the engine oil pressure has fallen
below the low oil pressure pre-alarm setting level after the
Safety On timer has expired.
ENGINE HIGH OIL
TEMPERATURE
The module detects that the engine oil temperature has
exceeded the high engine temperature pre-alarm setting
level after the Safety On timer has expired.
C
D
UNDERSPEED
OVERSPEED
BATTERY UNDER
VOLTAGE / BATTERY
OVER VOLTAGE
GENERATOR UNDER
VOLTAGE
GENERATOR OVER
VOLTAGE
GENERATOR UNDER
FREQUENCY
GENERATOR OVER
FREQUENCY
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The engine speed has fallen below the underspeed pre
alarm setting
The engine speed has risen above the overspeed pre
alarm setting
The DC supply has fallen below or risen above the low/
high volts setting level.
The generator output voltage has fallen below the pre-set
pre-alarm setting after the Safety On timer has expired.
The generator output voltage has risen above the pre-set
pre-alarm setting.
The generator output frequency has fallen below the
pre-set pre-alarm setting after the Safety On timer has
expired.
The generator output frequency has risen above the preset pre-alarm setting.
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PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE LOG
DATE
Reasonable care in preventive maintenance will
insure high reliability and a long life for the engine
generator set and Automatic Transfer Switch.
WORK PERFORMED
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***** WARNING *****
*****************
When performing any type of maintenance on this
equipment make sure the selector switch on the
generator is in the off position. If you are working in
the Automatic Transfer Switch, confirm with a reliable meter that all power has been disconnected.
AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH
Clean and inspect the switch once a year. de-energize all power sources, both line and generator set,
then brush and vacuum away any excessive dust
or dirty accumulation. You can at this time with the
contactor de-energized remove the contactor covers
and check the contacts. Make sure contacts are
clean and not burned or pitted.
ENGINE GENERATOR SET
Service the engine in accordance with the engine
manufacturers manual provided with your new
equipment. Routinely remove debris and dirt from
around the inside generator enclosure. Insure that
the air intakes are free from leaves and other debris
at all times.
Clean and inspect battery terminals a least twice a
year. Check the battery water level at least twice a
year also.
Other than keeping the generator set clean and
free of debris there is no other routine or preventative maintenance required, as long as the generator
is run biweekly to keep it dry and in good working
order.
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
Extreme cold weather operation requires special
considerations. Higher CCA batteries are required
for cold weather starting, 650 CCA or larger are recommended. In addition you should consider installing an oil heater kit and a battery warmer for reliable
starting during cold weather.
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SERVICE DEPT.
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ENGINE GENERATOR SET
LAYOUT ULPSS12H2W/E
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ENGINE GENERATOR SET
PAD LAYOUT
ENGINE CRANKS BUT WILL NOT START
TROUBLESHOOTING
TABLES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Improper fuel pressure being delivered to unit.
Fuel supply shut off.
Fuel supply empty.
Defective spark plug.
Defective engine ignition module.
Dirty air cleaner filter.
Defective fuel solenoid valve.
Low voltage from battery to fuel solenoid, must
hold 12 volts during cranking.
9. Oil in the bottom of air cleaner from crankcase
breather.
10. Defective starter/fuel solenoid relay(s).
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****** WARNING ******
********************
NEVER JUMP START THESE UNITS.
JUMP STARTING THESE UNITS WITH
LOW OR BAD BATTERIES WILL CAUSE
PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE ENGINE
CONTROL MODULE.
ENGINE STARTS AND THEN STOPS AND FAULT
ICON COMES ON.
UNIT WILL NOT CRANK WHEN THE POWER
FAILS.
1. Engine is low on oil.
2. No AC output from generator to engage stop
crank circuit.
1. Engine control module not in the “Auto” mode.
2. Transfer switch control board not closing the
contacts.
3. Low or dead battery, must hold 12 volts during
cranking.
4. Incorrect wiring between transfer switch and
generator.
5. Loose or dirty battery terminals
6. Defective engine control module (ECM).
7. Defective starter.
8. Defective start solenoid.
9. Defective start/stop control in the transfer
switch.
10. ATS panel in fault from previous run cycle.
11. Blown 2 amp fuse on generator control
panel.
12. Blown 10 amp fuse on generator control
panel.
13. Defective starter/fuel solenoid relay(s).
ENGINE WILL NOT COME UP TO SPEED AFTER
IT STARTS
1. Insufficient fuel volume getting to the unit.
a. Fuel line too small.
b. Low fuel pressure.
2. AC short circuit.
3. Wiring to the ATS panel crossed or shorted.
4. Unit is overloaded. Check load amperage.
ATS PANEL WILL NOT TRANSFER TO EMERGENCY SUPPLY (GENERATOR).
1. No AC generator output from generator.
2. See Automatic Transfer Switch Manual.
ATS PANEL WILL NOT PULL IN ON NORMAL
POWER.
ENGINE WILL NOT CRANK USING START BUTTON ON THE GENERATOR.
See Automatic Transfer Switch Manual
1. Low or dead battery, must hold 12 volts during
cranking.
2. Blown 2 amp fuse on generator control
panel.
3. Blown 10 amp fuse on generator control panel.
4. Loose or dirty battery terminals.
5. Defective engine control moduel (ECM).
6. Defective starter.
7. Defective start solenoid.
8. Locked up engine generator set.
9. Defective starter/fuel solenoid relay(s).
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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Diodes on rotor blown.
Defective capacitor(s).
Defective rotor.
Defective stator.
AC short in the output leads.
Unit has lost its residual voltage.
Rotor loose on engine crankshaft.
Low engine speed, must be 3600 RPM.
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AC AND DC GENERATOR SCHEMATIC
12 MONTH LIMITED WARRANTY
WINCO, Incorporated warrants to the original purchaser for 12 months or 1000 hours
which ever occurs first, that goods manufactured or supplied by it will be free from defects in workmanship and material, provided such goods are installed, operated and
maintained in accordance with WINCO written instructions.
WINCO’s sole liability, and Purchaser’s sole remedy for a failure under this warranty,
shall be limited to the repair of the product. At WINCO’s option, material found to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use and service will be repaired or replaced. For warranty service, return the product within 12 months or 1000 hours which
ever occurs first from the date of purchase, transportation charges prepaid, to your nearest WINCO Authorized Service Center or to WINCO, Inc. at LeCenter Minnesota.
THERE IS NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY.
To the extent permitted by law, any and all warranties, including those of merchantability
and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to 12 months or 1000 hours which ever
occurs first, from date of purchase. In no event is WINCO liable for incidental or consequential damages.
Note: Some states do not allow limitation on the duration of implied warranty and some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitations may not apply in every instance. This warranty gives you specific
legal rights which may vary from state to state.
WINCO reserves the right to change or improve it products without incurring any obligations to make such changes or improvements on products purchased previously.
EXCLUSIONS:
WINCO does not warrant Engines. Engines are covered exclusively by the warranties
of their respective manufacturers, see enclosed warranties.
WINCO does not warrant Batteries, or Other Component Parts that are warranted by
their respective manufacturers.
WINCO does not warrant modifications or alterations which were not made by WINCO
Inc.
WINCO does not warrant products which have been subjected to misuse and/or negligence or have been involved in an accident.
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