Manual
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
0212
256709003 - GB
ENGLISH
© MOSA 15/01/04 25670M00
preparato da UPT
approvato da DITE
GE 7000-7500 BS/GS
GE 6000-6500 DS-DES/GS
DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE
M
0
REV.1-02/12
The generating sets are units which transform the mechanical energy, generated by endothermic engine, into electric energy,
through an alternator.
They are meant for industrial and professional use, powered by an endothermic engine; they are composed of various main
parts such as: engine, alternator, electric and electronic controls, the fairing or a protective structure.
The assembling is made on a steel structure, on which are provided elastic support which must damp the vibrations and also
eliminate sounds which would produce noise.
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
ENGINE
CANOPY
FRONT
PANEL
FRAME
VIBRATION
DAMPER
FRONT
PANEL
ALTERNATOR
CANOPY
ENGINE
GE 6000 - 6500 DS - DES/GS
FRAME
ALTERNATOR
VIBRATION
DAMPER
© MOSA
REV.3-02/09
M
Quality system
01
UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008
The certifying institute, ICIM, which is a member
ofthe International Certification Network IQNet,
awarded the official approval to MOSA after anexamination of its operations at the head office
andplant in Cusago (MI), Italy.
This certification is not a point of arrival but a
pledgeon the part of the entire company to maintain
a levelof quality of both its products and services
whichwill continue to satisfy the needs of its clients,
aswell as to improve the transparency and thecommunications regarding all the company’s activesin
accordance with the official procedures and inharmony with the MOSA Manual of Quality.
The advantages for MOSA clients are:
·Constant quality of products and services at thehigh
level which the client expects;
·Continuous efforts to improve the products andtheir
performance at competitive conditions;
·Competent support in the solution of problems;
·Information and training in the correct applicationand use of the products to assure the security
ofthe operator and protect the environment;
·Regular inspections by ICIM to confirm that therequirements of the company’s quality systemand
ISO 9001 are being respected.
All these advantages are guaranteed by the CERTIFICATE OF QUALITY SYSTEM No.0192 issued
by ICIM S.p.A. - Milano (Italy ) - www.icim.it
10/10/02 M01-GB
MOSA has certified its quality system according
to UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 to ensure a constant,
highquality of its products. This certification covers
thedesign, production and servicing of engine drivenwelders and generating sets.
INDEX
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M 01
M 1.01
M 1.1
M 1.4
M 1.5
M 1.6
M 2-2.1
M 2.5...
M 2.6
M 2.7
M3
M 4...
M 6...
M 20
M 21
M 22
M 25
M 26
M 27
M 30
M 31
M 34
M 35
M 36
M 37...
M 38...
M 39...
M 40...
M 43...
M 45
M 46
M 53
M 55
M 60
M 61...
QUALITY SYSTEM
COPYRIGHT
NOTES
CE MARK
TECHNICAL DATA
TECHNICAL DATA ENGINE DRIVEN WELDER
SYMBOLS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INSTALLATION AND ADVICE BEFORE USE
INSTALLATIONS AND ADVICE
INSTALLATION
PACKING
TRANSPORT AND DISPLACEMENTS
ASSEMBLY: CT........
SETTING-UP THE UNIT (DIESEL ENGINE)
ENGINE STARTING AND USE (DIESEL ENGINE)
STOPPING THE ENGINE (DIESEL ENGINE)
SETTING-UP THE UNIT (GASOLINE ENGINE)
STARTING THE ENGINE (GASOLINE ENGINE)
STOPPING THE ENGINE (GASOLINE ENGINE)
CONTROLS LEGEND
CONTROLS
USE AS A WELDER
USE AS AN ENGINE STARTER
USE AS A BATTERY CHARGE
USE AS A GENERATOR
USE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
USE OF THE ENGINE PROTECTION
TROUBLE SHOOTING
MAINTENANCE
STORAGE
CAST OFF
DIMENSIONS
RECOMMENDED ELECTRODES
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM LEGENDE
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
R1
......
SPARE PARTS LIST
SPARE PARTS
K...
ACCESSORIES
11/01/01 M1-GB
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GE_, MS_, TS_, EAS_
Copyright
© MOSA
GE_, MS_, TS_, EAS
M
1.01
1.0-10/02
ATTENTION
This use and maintenance manual is an important
part of the machines in question.
The assistance and maintenance personel must
keep said manual at disposal, as well as that for
the engine and alternator (if the machine is
synchronous) and all other documentation about the
machine.
We advise you to pay attention to the pages
concerning the security (see page M1.1).
© All
rights are reserved to said Company.
It is a property logo of MOSA division of B.C.S.
S.p.A. All other possible logos contained in the
documentation are registered by the respective
owners.
➠ The reproduction and total or partial use, in any
form and/or with any means, of the
documentation is allowed to nobody without a
written permission by MOSA division of B.C.S.
S.p.A.
To this aim is reminded the protection of the author’s
right and the rights connected to the creation and
design for communication, as provided by the laws
in force in the matter.
In no case MOSA division of B.C.S. S.p.A. will be
held responsible for any damaga, direct or indirect,
in relation with the use of the given information.
10/10/02 M1-01-GB
MOSA division of B.C.S. S.p.A. does not take any
responsibility about the shown information on firms
or individuals, but keeps the right to refuse services
or information publication which it judges discutible,
unright or illegal.
Notes
© MOSA
GE_, MS_, TS_, EAS_
M
1-1
1.0-10/02
INFORMATION
Dear Customer,
We wish to thank you for having bought from
MOSA a high quality set.
Our sections for Technical Service and Spare
Parts will work at best to help you if it were
necessary.
To this purpose we advise you, for all control and
overhaul operations, to turn to the nearest
authorized Service Centre, where you will obtain
a prompt and specialized intervention.
☞ In case you do not profit on these Services and
some parts are replaced, please ask and be
sure that are used exclusively original MOSA
parts; this to guarantee that the performances
and the initial safety prescribed by the norms in
force are re-established.
☞ The use of non original spare parts will cancel
immediately any guarantee and Technical Service obligation from MOSA.
NOTES ABOUT THE MANUAL
Before actioning the machine please read this
manual attentively. Follow the instructions
contained in it, in this way you will avoid
inconveniences due to negligence, mistakes or
incorrect maintenance. The manual is for qualified
personnel, who knows the rules: about safety and
health, installation and use of sets movable as
well as fixed.
INFORMATION OF GENERAL TYPE
In the envelope given together with the machine
and/or set you will find: the manual for Use
Maintenance and Spare Parts, the manual for
use of the engine and the tools (if included in the
equipment), the guarantee (in the countries where
it is prescribed by law).
Our products have been designed for the use of
generation for welding, electric and hydraulic
system; ANY OTHER DIFFERENT USE NOT
INCLUDED IN THE ONE INDICATED, relieves
MOSA from the risks which could happen or,
anyway, from that which was agreed when selling
the machine; MOSA excludes any responsibility
for damages to the machine, to the things or to
persons in this case.
Our products are made in conformity with the
safety norms in force, for which it is advisable to
use all these devices or information so that the
use does not bring damage to persons or things.
While working it is advisable to keep to the
personal safety norms in force in the countries to
which the product is destined (clothing, work tools,
etc.).
Do not modify for any motive parts of the machine
(fastenings, holes, electric or mechanical devices,
others..) if not duly authorized in writing by MOSA:
the responsibility coming from any potential
intervention will fall on the executioner as in fact
he becomes maker of the machine.
You must remember that, in case you have
difficulties for use or installation or others, our
Technical Service is always at your disposal for
explanations or interventions.
You must take into account that some figures
contained in it want only to identify the described
parts and therefore might not correspond to the
machine in your possession.
☞
Notice: this manual does not engage MOSA,
who keeps the faculty, apart the essential
characteristics of the model here described and
illustrated, to bring betterments and modifications
to parts and accessories, without putting this
manual uptodate immediately.
10/10/02 M 1-1 GB
The manual for Use Maintenance and Spare Parts
is an integrant part of the product. It must be kept
with care during all the life of the product.
In case the machine and/or the set should be
yielded to another user, this manual must also
given to him.
Do not damage it, do not take parts away, do not
tear pages and keep it in places protected from
dampness and heat.
REV.5-03/11
CE MARK
M
1.4
Any of our product is labelled with CE marking attesting its conformity to appliable directives and
also the fulfillment of safety requirements of the product itself; the list of these directives is part
of the declaration of conformity included in any machine standard equipment.
Here below the adopted symbol:
CE marking is clearly readable and unerasable and it can be either part of the data-plate.
The indication is shown in a clear, readable and indeleble way on a sticker.
10/10/02 M1-4 GB
Furthermore, on each model it is shown the noise level value; the symbol used is the following:
REV.0-06/10
Dichiarazione conformità
Declaration of conformity
Déclaration de conformité
BCS S.p.A.
Konformitätserklärung
Declaración de conformidad
M
1.4.1
Stabilimento di Cusago, 20090 (MI) - Italia
V.le Europa 59
Tel.: +39 02 903521
Fax: +39 02 90390466
Sede legale:
Via Marradi 1
20123 Milano - Italia
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITA'
Déclaration de Conformité – Declaration of Conformity – Konformitätserklärung
Conformiteitsverklaring – Declaración de Conformidad
BCS S.p.A. dichiara sotto la propria responsabilità che la macchina:
BCS S.p.A. déclare, sous sa propre responsabilité, que la machine:
BCS S.p.A. declares, under its own responsibility, that the machine:
BCS S.p.A. erklärt, daß die Aggregate:
BCS S.p.A. verklaard, onder haar eigen verantwoordelijkheid, dat de machine:
BCS S.p.A. declara bajo su responsabilidad que la máquina:
GRUPPO ELETTROGENO DI SALDATURA / WELDING GENERATOR
GRUPPO ELETTROGENO / POWER GENERATOR
Marchio / Brand :
_MOSA_____________________________________________
Modello / Model :
______________________________________________
Matricola / Serial number :
______________________________
è conforme con quanto previsto dalle Direttive Comunitarie e relative modifiche:
est en conformité avec ce qui est prévu par les Directives Communautaires et relatives modifications:
conforms with the Community Directives and related modifications:
mit den Vorschriften der Gemeinschaft und deren Ergänzungen übereinstimmt:
in overeenkomst is met de inhoud van gemeenschapsrichtlijnemen gerelateerde modificaties:
comple con los requisítos de la Directiva Comunitaria y sus anexos:
2006/42/CE - 2006/95/CE - 2004/108/CE
Nome e indirizzo della persona autorizzata a costituire il fascicolo tecnico :
Nom et adresse de la personne autorisée à composer le Dossier Technique :
Person authorized to compile the technical file and address :
Name und Adresse der zur Ausfüllung der technischen Akten ermächtigten Person :
Persoon bevoegd om het technische document , en bedrijf gegevens in te vullen
Nombre y dirección de la persona autorizada a componer el expediente técnico :
ing. Benso Marelli - Amministratore Delegato / CEO; V.le Europa 59, 20090 Cusago (MI) - Italy
_______________
Ing. Benso Marelli
Amministratore Delegato
CEO
MM 083.0
04/06/10 M1.4.1
Cusago,
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
Technical data
M
1.5
REV.2-02/12
Technical data
GE 7000 BS/GS
GE 7500 BS/GS
*Three-phase generation Stand-by
**Three-phase generation PRP
*Single-phase generation Stand-by
**Single-phase generation PRP
*Single-phase generation Stand-by
**Single-phase generation PRP Power factor (Cos ϕ)
Frequency
ALTERNATOR
–
–
6.7 kVA (6 kW) / 230 V / 29.1 A
5.5 kVA (5 kW) / 230 V / 23.9 A
6.7 kVA (6 kW) / 115 V / 58.2 A 5.5 kVA (5 kW) / 115 V / 47.8 A
0.9
50 Hz
Self-excited, self-regulated, brushless
7.5 kVA (6 kW) / 400 V / 10.8 A
6.5 kVA (5.2 kW) / 400 V / 9.4 A
4 kVA / 230 V / 17,4 A
0.8
50 Hz
Self-excited, self-regulated
Type Insulating class ENGINE
single-phase, synchronous
H
three-phase, synchronous
H
GENERATOR
Mark / Model Type / Cooling system
Net power Stand-by
Net power PRP Speed
Cylinders / Displacement
Fuel consumption (75% of PRP)
Engine oil capacity
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Tank capacity
Running time (75% of PRP)
Grade of protection IP
*Dimensions / max. Lxwxh (mm)
Weight
81 kg
Measured acoustic power LwA (LpA pression)
Guaranteed acoustic power LwA (LpA pression) Honda GX 390
Gasoline 4-Stroke / air
8.2 kW (11.1 HP)
6.4 kW (8.7 Hp)
3000 rpm
1 / 389 cm3
2.4 l/h
1.1 l
6.5 l
3h
IP 23
910x525x613
97 dB(A) (72 dB(A) @ 7 m) 97 dB(A) (72 dB(A) @ 7 m)
91 kg
2000 / 14 / CE
* Dimensions and weight are inclusive of all parts without wheels and towbar.
OUTPUT
Declared power according to ISO 8528-1 (temperature 25°C, 30% relative humidity, altitude 100 m above sea level).
(*Stand-by) = maximum available power for use at variable loads for a yearly number of hours limited at 500 h. No overload is
admitted.
(**Prime power P.R.P.) = maximum available power for use at variable loads for a yearly illimited number of hours. The average
power to be taken during a period of 24 h must not be over 80% of the P.R.P.
It’s admitted overload of 10% each hour every 12 h.
In an approximative way one reduces: of 1% every 100 m altitude and of 2.5% for every 5°C above 25°C.
Lp a 1 meter = 95 dB(A) - 8 dB(A) = 87 dB(A)
Lp a 4 meters = 95 dB(A) - 20 dB(A) = 75 dB(A)
Lp a 7 meters = 95 dB(A) - 25 dB(A) = 70 dB(A)
Lp a 10 meters = 95 dB(A) - 28 dB(A) = 67 dB(A)
PLEASE NOTE: the symbol
when with acoustic noise values, indicates that the device respects noise emission limits
according to 2000/14/CE directive.
2000 / 14 / CE
15/01/04 25670-GB
ACOUSTIC POWER LEVEL
ATTENTION: The concrete risk due to the machine depends on the conditions in which it is used. Therefore, it is up to the enduser and under his direct responsibility to make a correct evaluation of the same risk and to adopt specific precautions (for
instance, adopting a I.P.D. -Individual Protection Device)
Acoustic Noise Level (LWA) - Measure Unit dB(A): it stands for acoustic noise released in a certain delay of time. This is not
submitted to the distance of measurement.
Acoustic Pressure (Lp) - Measure Unit dB(A): it measures the pressure originated by sound waves emission. Its value changes
in proportion to the distance of measurement.
The here below table shows examples of acoustic pressure (Lp) at different distances from a machine with Acoustic Noise Level
(LWA) of 95 dB(A)
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
Technical data
M
1.5.1
REV.2-02/12
Technical data
GE 6000 DS-DES/GS
GE 6500 DS-DES/GS
*Stand-by three-phase power
**PRP three-phase power
*Stand-by single-phase power
**PRP single-phase power
*Stand-by single-phase power **PRP single-phase power
Cos ϕ
Frequency
ALTERNATOR
–
–
5.7 kVA (5.1 kW) / 230 V / 24.8 A
5 kVA (4.5 kW) / 230 V / 21.7 5.7 kVA (6 kW) / 115 V / 49.6 A
5 kVA (5 kW) / 115 V / 43.5 A
0.9
50 Hz
Self-excited, self-regulated, brushless
6.5 kVA (5.2 kW) / 400 V / 9.4 A
5.7 kVA (4.6 kW) / 400 V / 8.2 A
4 kVA / 230 V / 17.4 A
–
–
–
0.8
50 Hz
Self-excited, self-regulated
Type single-phase, synchronous
Insulating class H
ENGINE
GENERATOR
Mark / Model Type / Cooling system
Net power Stand-by
Net power PRP
Speed
Cylinders / Displacement
Fuel consumption (75% of PRP) Engine oil capacity
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
three-phase, synchronous
H
Yanmar L100N
Diesel 4-Stroke / air
6.5 kW (8.8 HP)
5.7 kW (7.7 HP)
3000 rpm
1 / 435 cm3
1.2 l/h
1.6 l
Tank capacity
5.5 l
Running time (75% of PRP)
4.6 h
Grade of protection IP
IP 23
*Dimensions Lxwxh (mm)
900x550x620
Weight DS
99 Kg
105 Kg
Weight DES
105 Kg
108 Kg
Acoustic power LwA (LpA pression)
99 dB(A) (74 dB(A) @ 7 m) * Dimensions and weight are inclusive of all parts without wheels and towbar.
OUTPUT
Declared power according to ISO 8528-1 (temperature 25°C, 30% relative humidity, altitude 100 m above sea level).
(*Stand-by) = maximum available power for use at variable loads for a yearly number of hours limited at 500 h. No overload is
admitted.
(**Prime power PRP) = maximum available power for use at variable loads for a yearly illimited number of hours. The average
power to be taken during a period of 24 h must not be over 80% of the PRP.
It’s admitted overload of 10% each hour every 12 h.
In an approximative way one reduces: of 1% every 100 m altitude and of 2.5% for every 5°C above 25°C.
Lp a 1 meter = 95 dB(A) - 8 dB(A) = 87 dB(A)
Lp a 4 meters = 95 dB(A) - 20 dB(A) = 75 dB(A)
Lp a 7 meters = 95 dB(A) - 25 dB(A) = 70 dB(A)
Lp a 10 meters = 95 dB(A) - 28 dB(A) = 67 dB(A)
15/01/04 25670-GB
ACOUSTIC POWER LEVEL
ATTENTION: The concrete risk due to the machine depends on the conditions in which it is used. Therefore, it is up to the enduser and under his direct responsibility to make a correct evaluation of the same risk and to adopt specific precautions (for
instance, adopting a I.P.D. -Individual Protection Device)
Acoustic Noise Level (LWA) - Measure Unit dB(A): it stands for acoustic noise released in a certain delay of time. This is not
submitted to the distance of measurement.
Acoustic Pressure (Lp) - Measure Unit dB(A): it measures the pressure originated by sound waves emission. Its value changes
in proportion to the distance of measurement.
The here below table shows examples of acoustic pressure (Lp) at different distances from a machine with Acoustic Noise Level
(LWA) of 95 dB(A)
PLEASE NOTE: the symbol
when with acoustic noise values, indicates that the device respects noise emission limits
according to 2000/14/CE directive.
2000 / 14 / CE
1.0-11/99
SYMBOLS IN THIS MANUAL
- The symbols used in this manual are designed to call
your attention to important aspects of the operation of
the machine as well as potential hazards and dangers
for persons and things.
IMPORTANT ADVICE
- Advice to the User about the safety:
+N.B.: The information contained in the manual can be
changed without notice. Potential damages caused
in relation to the use of these instructions will not be
considered because these are only indicative.
Remember that the non observance of the indications
reported by us might cause damage to persons or
things. It is understood, that local dispositions and/or
laws must be respected.
WARNING
!
Situations of danger - no harm to persons
or things
Do not use without protective devices provided
Removing or disabling protective devices on the
machine is prohibited.
Do not use the machine if it is not in good technical
condition
The machine must be in good working order before
being used. Defects, especially those which regard
the safety of the machine, must be repaired before
using the machine.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
! DANGEROUS
This heading warns of an immediate danger for persons
as well for things. Not following the advice can result in
serious injury or death.
!
WARNING
This heading warns of situations which could result in
injury for persons or damage to things.
!
CAUTION
To this advice can appear a danger for persons as well
as for things, for which can appear situations bringing
material damage to things.
!
IMPORTANT
!
NOTE
!
ATTENTION
These headings refer to information which will assis you
in the correct use of the machine and/or accessories.
26/11/99 M2GB
© MOSA
GE_, MS_, TS_
SYMBOLS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
SYMBOLS
STOP - Read absolutely and be duly attentive
Read and pay due attention
GENERAL ADVICE - If the advice is not
respected damage can happen to persons or
things.
HIGH VOLTAGE - Attention High Voltage.
There can be parts in voltage, dangerous
to touch. The non observance of the advice
implies life danger.
FIRE - Danger of flame or fire. If the advice is
not respected fires can happen.
HEAT - Hot surfaces. If the advice is not
respected burns or damage to things can be
caused.
EXPLOSION - Explosive material or danger
of explosion. in general. If the advice is not
respected there can be explosions.
WATER - Danger of shortcircuit. If the advice
is not respected fires or damage to persons
can be caused.
SMOKING - The cigarette can cause fire or
explosion. If the advice is not respected fires
or explosions can be caused.
ACIDS - Danger of corrosion. If the advice is
not respected the acids can cause corrosions
with damage to persons or things.
PROHIBITIONS
No harm for persons
Use only with safety clothing It is compulsory to use the personal
protection means given in equipment.
Use only with safety clothing It is compulsory to use the personal protection
means given in equipment.
Use only with safety protections It is a must to use protection means suitable for
the different welding works.
Use with only safety material It is prohibited to use water to quench fires on
the electric machines.
Use only with non inserted voltage It is prohibited to make interventions before
having disinserted the voltage.
No smoking It is prohibited to smoke while filling the tank
with fuel.
No welding It is forbidden to weld in rooms containing
explosive gases.
ADVICE No harm for persons and things
Use only with safety tools, adapted to the specific
use It is advisable to use tools adapted to the various
maintenance works.
Use only with safety protections, specifically suitable
It is advisable to use protections suitable for the
different welding works.
Use only with safety protections It is advisable to use protections suitable for
the different daily checking works.
WRENCH - Use of the tools. If the advice is
not respected damage can be caused to things
and even to persons.
Use only with safety protections It is advisable to use all protections while
shifting the machine.
PRESSION - Danger of burns caused by the
expulsion of hot liquids under pressure.
Use only with safety protections It is advisable to use protections suitable for
the different daily checking works.and/or of
maintenance.
ACCES FORBIDDEN to non authorizad peaple.
26/11/99 M2-1GB
REV.2-06/10
!
M
2-1
SYMBOLS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
© MOSA
!
1.0-06/00
The installation and the general advice concerning the operations, are finalized to the correct use of the machine, in the place where it is used as generator group and/or welder.
Stop engine when fueling
CHECKING BOARD
Do not smoke, avoid flames, sparks or electric tools when fueling.
Unscrew the cap slowly to let out the fuel vapours.
ENGINE
M
2-5
GE_, MS_, TS_
INSTALLATION AND ADVICE BEFORE USE
Slowly unscrew the cooling liquid tap if the liquid must be topped up.
The vapor and the heated cooling liquid under pressure can burn face, eyes, skin.
Do not fill tank completely.
Wipe up spilled fuel before starting engine.
Shut off fuel of tank when moving machine (where it is assembled).
Do not touch electric devices
if you are barefoot or with wet
clothes.
Always keep off leaning surfaces during work operations.
Static electricity can demage
the parts on the circuit.
An electric shock can kill
Avoid spilling fuel on hot engine.
Sparks may cause the explosion of battery vapours
+ FIRST AID. In case the operator shold be sprayed by accident, from corrosive liquids a/o hot toxic gas
or whatever event which may cause serious injuries or death, predispose the first aid in accordance
with the ruling labour accident standards or of local instructions.
Skin contact
Wash with water and soap
Eyes contact
Irrigate with plenty of water, if the irritation persists contact a specialist
Ingestion
Do not induce vomit as to avoid the intake of vomit into the lungs, send for a doctor
Suction of liquids from If you suppose that vomit has entered the lungs (as in case of spontaneous vomit) take the subject to the
lungs
hospital with the utmost urgency
In case of exposure to high concentration of vapours take immediately to a non polluted zone the person involved
Inhalation
+ FIRE PREVENTION. In case the working zone,for whatsoever cause goes on fire with flames liable to
cause severe wounds or death, follow the first aid as described by the ruling norms or local ones.
EXTINCTION MEANS
Appropriated
Carbonate anhydride (or carbon dioxyde) powder, foam, nebulized water
Not to be used
Avoid the use of water jets
Cover eventual shedding not on fire with foam or sand, use water jets to cool off the surfaces close to the fire
Wear an autorespiratory mask when heavy smoke is present
Useful warnings
Avoid, by appropriate means to have oil sprays over metallic hot surfaces or over electric contacts
(switches,plugs,etc.). In case of oil sprinkling from pressure circuits, keep in mind that the inflamability
point is very low.
WARNING
!
CAUTION
!
WARNING
THE MACHINE MUST NOT BE USED IN AREAS WITH EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERE
10/06/00 M2-5I
!
!
DANGEROUS
Other indications
Particular protection
© MOSA
REV.1-06/07
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2.6
INSTALLATION AND ADVICE
INSTALLATION AND ADVICE BEFORE USE
GASOLINE ENGINES
+ Use in open space, air swept or vent exhaust gases,
which contain the deathly carbone oxyde, far from
the work area.
Check that the air gets changed completely and the hot
air sent out does not come back inside the set so as to
cause a dangerous increase of the temperature.
1,5
1,5
m
DIESEL ENGINES
+ Use in open space, air swept or vent exhaust gases
far from the work area.
1,5
m
m
UT
P
UICTO
AOR
TC
DISS
SU
GHAA
EX
+ Make sure that the machine does not move during the
work: block it possibly with tools and/or devices made
to this purpose.
MOVES OF THE MACHINE
+ At any move check that the engine is off, that there are
no connections with cables which impede the moves.
PLACE OF THE MACHINE
!
POSITION
Place the machine on a level surface at a distance of at
least 1,5 m from buildings or other plants.
ATTENTION
For a safer use from the operator DO NOT
fit the machine in locations with high risk
of flood.
Please do not use the machine in weather
conditions which are beyond IP protection
shown both in the data plate and on page
named "technical data" in this same manual.
Maximum leaning of the machine (in case of dislevel)
10°
= 20° max
10°
10°
= 20° max
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10°
Installazione
Installation
Installation
Luftzirkulation
Instalación
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Dimensioni
Dimensions
Dimensions
Abmessungen
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UNPACKING
NOTE
!
+ Be sure that the lifting devices are: correctly mounted,
adequate for the weight of the machine with it’s packaging, and conforms to local rules and regulations.
When receiving the goods make sure that the product
has not suffered damage during the transport, that
there has not been rough handling or taking away of
parts contained inside the packing or in the set.
In case you find damages, rough handling or absence
of parts (envelopes, manuals, etc.), we advise you to
inform immediately our Technical Service.
For eliminating the packing materials, the User
must keep to the norms in force in his country.
1
A
B
1)Take the machine (C) out of the shipment packing. Take out of the envelope (A) the user’s manual (B).
2)Read: the user’s manual (B), the plates fixed on the
machine, the data plate.
C
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TRANSPORT AND DISPLACEMENTS COVERED UNITS
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!
NOTE
Transportation must always take place with the engine off, electrical cables and starting battery disconnected and
fuel tank empty.
Be sure that the lifting devices are: correctly mounted, adequate for the weight of the machine with it’s packaging,
and conform to local rules and regulations.
Only authorized persons involved in the transport of the machine should be in the area of movement.
DO NOT LOAD OTHER PARTS WHICH CAN MODIFY WEIGHT AND BARICENTER POSITION.
IT IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN TO DRAG THE MACHINE MANUALLY OR TOW IT BY ANY VEHICLE (model with
no CTM accessory).
If you did not keep to the instructions, you could damage the structure of the machine.
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Weight max. per person: 35 kg
Total max. weight; 140 kg
CTM 6/2
ASSEMBLY
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ATTENTION
The CTM accessory cannot be removed from the machine and used separately (actioned manually or following
vehicles) for the transport of loads or anyway for used different from the machine movements.
Note: Lift the machine and assemble the parts as shown in the drawing
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Set-up for operation (Engine diesel)
Air cooled systems
OIL BATH AIR FILTER
BATTERY WITHOUT MAINTENANCE
Connect the cable + (positive)
to the pole + (positive) of the
battery (after having taken
away the protection), by
properly tightening the clamp.
Fill the air filter using the same engine oil up to the
level indicated on the filter.
FUEL
Check the state of the battery
from the colour of the warning light which is in the
upper part.
!
- Green colour: battery OK
- Black colour: battery to be recharged
- White colour: battery to be replaced
DO NOT OPEN THE BATTERY.
LUBRICANT
RECOMMENDED OIL
MOSA recommends selecting AGIP engine oil.
Refer to the label on the motor for the recommended
products.
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ATTENTION
Do not smoke or use open flames during
refuelling operations, in order to avoid
explosions or fire hazards.
Fuel fumes are highly toxic; carry out
operations outdoors only, or in a wellventilated environment.
Avoid accidentally spilling fuel. Clean
any eventual leaks before starting up
motor.
Refill the tank with good quality diesel fuel, such as
automobile type diesel fuel, for example.
For further details on the type of diesel fuel to use,
see the motor operating manual supplied.
Do not fill the tank completely; leave a space of
approx. 10 mm between the fuel level and the wall
of the tank to allow for expansion.
!
ATTENTION
It is dangerous to fill the motor with too much oil,
as its combustion can provoke a sudden increase
in rotation speed.
DRY AIR FILTER
Check that the dry air filter is correctly installed and
that there are no leaks around the filter which could
lead to infiltrations of non-filtered air to the inside
of the motor.
In rigid environmental temperature conditions, use
special winterized diesel fuels or specific additives
in order to avoid the formation of paraffin.
GROUNDING CONNECTION
The grounding connection to an earthed installation
is obligatory for all models equipped with a differential switch (circuit breaker). In these groups the
generator star point is generally connected to the
machine’s earthing; by employing the TN or TT distribution system, the differential switch guarantees
protection against indirect contacts.
In the case of powering complex installations requiring or employing additional electrical protection
devices, the coordination between the protection
devices must be verified.
For the grounding connection, use the terminal (12);
comply to local and/or current regulations in force
for electrical installations and safety.
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Please refer to the motor operating manual for the
recommended viscosity.
REFUELLING AND CONTROL:
Carry out refuelling and controls with motor at level
position.
1. Remove the oil-fill tap (24)
2. Pour oil and replace the tap
3. Check the oil level using the dipstick (23); the oil
level must be comprised between the minimum
and maximum indicators.
Engine starting
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7)push the decompression lever down and release
!
NOTE
Do not alter the primary conditions of regulation and do
not touch the sealed parts.
8)hold the starting handle firmly
MANUAL RECOIL VERSION
9)pull the rope hard and fast.
Pull it all the way out. Use two
hands if necessary.
1)Open the fuel coc
ELECTRIC STARTING VERSION
Effect the operations 1), 2) and 7) as reported in
the para Recoil starter.
OFF
ON
2)Accelerator lever must be in
the "START" position
START
Turn the starting key (Q1) completely
clockwise, until the motor starts.
Let the engine run for some minutes before drawing
the load.
3)hold the starting handle properly
4)pull the starting handle slowly...
In case of unsuccessful start-up, do not insist
for longer than 5 seconds. Wait 10 seconds
before attempting another start-up .
Emergency recoil start
Turn the starting key (Q1) in “ON” position and
repeat the process of recoil starting.
ATTENTION
!
If battery is not connected, disconnect voltage
regulator to prevent damage.
!
CAUTION
RUNNING IN
During the first 50 hours do not use the unit at
more than 60% of full load. Check the oil level
regularly.
6)then return it slowly
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Stopping the engine
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 Before stopping the engine it is compulsory :
-shut off any loads which are connected to the
unit auxiliary outputs;
To stop the engine
Move the engine speed lever to
the "STOP" position.
Electric starting version
OFF
ON
START
Remove the key (Q1) turning it counter
clockwise, OFF position, then take it out.
Shut the fuel cock.
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 NB.: for safety reason the key must be kept
by qualified personel.
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BATTERY WITHOUT MAINTENANCE
Connect the cable + (positive)
to the pole + (positive) of the
battery (after having taken
away the protection), by
properly tightening the clamp.
Check the state of the battery
from the colour of the warning
light which is in the upper part.
- Green colour: battery OK
- Black colour: battery to be recharged
- White colour: battery to be replaced
DO NOT OPEN THE BATTERY.
LUBRICANT
ASTINA LIVELLO
OLIO
MAX
LIVELLO
OPERATIVO
MIN
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SETTING-UP THE UNIT (GASOLINE ENGINES)
Check the level of the engine oil using the
(appropriate oil dipstick: the level should
be between the minimum and maximum
marks.
lf necessary, add more oil through the appropriate
inlet
OIL RECOMMENDED
MOSA advises to choose AGIP for the type of oil.
Please keep to the label put on the engine for the
recommended products.
FUEL
Check the level of fuel in the tank and, if necessary,
add unleaded gasoline.
For further information regarding the fuel which has
to be used, see instructions in the engine owner’s
manual herewith attached.
If during the filling of the tank some
gasoline is accidentally spilled around
the engine chassis, clean it immediately
before starting up the engine.
ENGINE WITH OIL ALERT DEVICE
The OIL ALERT device will stop the engine in case
of no oil or insufficient amount of oil in the engine.
In case one tries to start the engine with oil below the
minimum level, the warning light (when assembled)
will light and the device will not allow starting.
CLEANING OF DRY AIR FILTER
Check that the dry air filter is correctly installed and
that there are no leaks around the filter which could
lead to infiltrations of non-filtered air to the inside of
the motor.
GROUND CONNECTION
+ lt is obligatory to connect the ground connection point (12) by means of a sure efficient cable
(please follow the installation local rules and/
or regulations in force) in order to integrate or
ensure the working of various electric protection devices referring to the several distribution
systems TN.
The unit can be started only when the above operations have been correctly performed.
17/05/01 M25-GB
+ NOTE: before starting and switching off, see
instructions in the engine owner’s manual herewith attached.
STARTING THE ENGINE (GASOLINE ENGINES)
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NOTE
Do not alter the primary conditions of regulation
and do not touch the sealed parts.
Pull the rope hard and fast. Pull it
all the way out. Use two hands if
necessary.
Then returning it slowly.
ENGINES WITH ELECTRIC START
Once the engine is started, with the starter off, let it
turn for a few minutes before drawing the load.
Ilnsert the electric protection device (D-Z2-N2) lever
towards above and, where mounted, check the
isolation monitor (A3) see page M37 -
Accelerate the machine by means of the right lever
(16), when it is assembled.
Check the battery connection with the respective
terminals (+) (-).
Open the gosoline cock; use the starter if the engíne
is cold and the temperature is low.
OFF
ON
START
EMERGENCY START
(wlth rope)
In the versions with electric start, in case of need, it
is possible to start the engine with the rope.
Introduce the key (Q1), turn it
clockwise completely, leaving it as
soon as the engine starts and/or the
push button (32) (models without key)
leaving it as soon as the engine starts.
☞ NB.: for safety reason the key must be kept
by qualified personel.
Once the engine is started, with the starter off, let it
turn for a few minutes before drawing the load.
CAUTION
ENGINE WITH NO ELECTRIC START
If the engine fails to start, do not insist for at least
15 seconds.
lnsert the electric protection device (D-Z2-N2) lever
towards above and, where mounted, check the
isolation monitor (A3) see page M37-
Space the further operations waiting for at least 4
minutes.
Open the gasoline cock; use the starter if the engine
is cold and the temperature is low.
CAUTION
Hold the starting handle firmly.
RUNNING-IN
During the first 50 hours of operation, do not use
more than 60% of the maximum output power of
the unit and check the oil level frequently., in any
case please stick to the rules given in the engine
use manual.
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Accelerate the machine by means of the right lever
(16), when it is assembled.
STOPPING THE ENGINE (GASOLINE ENGINE)
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☞ Before stopping the engine it is compulsory to
effect the following operations:
- stop to draw three/single-phase current from the
auxiliary sockets.
- stop to draw power from the welding sockets
(only for TS models).
ENGINES WITH ELECTRIC START
☞
Make sure that the machine is not under load.
Wait for a few minutes to allow the engine to cool
down, anyway follow the instructions contained in
the engine manual.
Shut the gasoline cock.
OFF
ON
START
Take out the key (Q1), turning it counter
clockwise (when assembled) or
pressing the stop button (32) until the
engine stops.
☞ NB.: for safety reason the key must be kept
by qualified personel.
ENGINES WITHOUT ELECTRIC START
☞
Make sure that the machine is not under load.
Wait for a few mìnutes to allow the engine to cool
down, take however into consideration the
prescriptions given in the engine use manual.
Shut the gasoline cock.
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Set the engine switch (32) to the OFF position.
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CONTROLS LEGENDE
4A
9
10
12
15
16
17
19
22
23
24
24A
24B
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
31A
31B
31C
32
33
34
34A
35
36
37
42
42A
47
49
54
55
55A
56
59
59A
59B
59C
59D
59E
59F
63
66
67A
68
69A
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
79
86
86A
87
88
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Hydraulic oil level light
Welding socket ( + )
Welding socket ( - )
Earth terminal
A.C. socket
Accelerator lever
Feed pump
48V D.C. socket
Engine air filter
Oil level dipstick
Engine oil reservoir cap
Hydraulic oil reservoir cap
Water filling cap
Fuel prefilter
Fuel tank cap
Muffler
Stop control
Engine protection cover
Engine cooling/alternator fan belt
Oil drain tap
Hydraulic oil drain tap
Water drain tap
Exhaust tap for tank fuel
Button
Start button
Booster socket 12V
Booster socket 24V
Battery charge fuse
Space for remote control
Remote control
Space for E.A.S.
Space for PAC
Fuel pump
Electric start socket
Reset button PTO HI
Quick coupling m. PTO HI
Quick coupling f. PTO HI
Hydraulic oil filter
Battery charger thermal switch
Engine thermal switch
Aux current thermal switch
Supply thermal switch wire feeder42V
Pre-heater (spark plug) thermal
switch
Supply thermal switch oil/water
heather
Electropump thermal switch
No load voltage control
Choke control
Auxiliary / welding current control
Cellulosic electrodes control
Voltmeter relay
Warning lights
Selecting knob
Load commut. push button
Starting push button
Operating mode selector
Power on warning light
Display
Wire connection unit
Selector
Setting confirmation
Fuel valve
Oil syringe
Insulation monitoring
A4
B2
B3
B4
B5
C2
C3
C6
D
D1
D2
E2
F
F3
F5
F6
G1
H2
H6
H8
I2
I3
I4
I5
I6
I8
L
L5
L6
M
M1
M2
M5
M6
N
N1
N2
N5
N6
O1
P
Q1
Q3
Q4
Q7
R3
S
S1
S3
S6
S7
T
T4
T5
T7
U
U3
U4
U5
U7
V
V4
V5
W1
W3
Button indicating light 30 l/1' PTO HI
Engine control unit EP2
E.A.S. connector
Exclusion indicating light PTO HI
Auxiliary current push button
Fuel level light
E.A.S. PCB
Control unit for generating sets QEA
Ground fault interrupter ( 30 mA )
Engine control unit and economiser EP1
Ammeter
Frequency meter
Fuse
Stop switch
Warning light, high temperature
Arc-Force selector
Fuel level transmitter
Voltage commutator
Fuel electro pump
Engine control unit EP7
48V A.C. socket
Welding scale switch
Preheating indicator
Y/▲ switch
Start Local/Remote selector
AUTOIDLE switch
A.C. output indicator
Emergency button
Choke button
Hour counter
Warning level light
Contactor
Engine control unit EP5
CC/CV switch
Voltmeter
Battery charge warning light
Thermal-magnetic circuit breaker/
Ground fault interrupter
Pre-heat push-button
Connector - wire feader
Oil pressure warning light/Oil alert
Welding arc regulator
Starter key
Derivation box
Battery charge sockets
Welding selector mode
Siren
Welding ammeter
Battery
Engine control unit EP4
Wire feeder supply switch
Plug 230V singlephase
Welding current regulator
Dirty air filter warning light/indicator
Earth leakage relay
Analogic instrument V/Hz
Current trasformer
R.P.M. adjuster
Polarity inverter remote control
Relase coil
Engine control unit EP6
Welding voltage voltmeter
Polarity inverter control
Oil pressure indicator
Remote control switch
Selection push button 30 l/1' PTO HI
W5
X1
Y3
Y5
Z2
Z3
Z5
Battery voltmeter
Remote control socket
Button indicating light 20 l/1' PTO HI
Commutator/switch, serial/parallel
Thermal-magnetic circuit breaker
Selection push button 20 l/1' PTO HI
Water temperature indicator
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!
WARNING
It is absolutely forbidden to connect the unit
to the public mains and/or another electrical
power source .
Access forbidden to area adjacent to
electricity-generating group for all nonauthorized personnel.
!
WARNING
For the canopy generator sets provided with doors,
the following instruction shall be observed. During
the normal operation, the doors of the engine
compartment and/or the electrical box shall be
kept closed, locked up if possible, as they must be
considered in all respects as protection barriers.
The access to the internal parts shall occur for
maintenance purposes only, by qualified personnel
and, in any case, when the engine is stopped.
The electricity-generating groups are to be considered
electrical energy producing stations.
The dangers of electrical energy must be considered
together with those related to the presence of chemical
substances (fuels, oils, etc.), rotating parts and waste
products (fumes, discharge gases, heat, etc.).
GENERATION IN AC (ALTERNATING CURRENT)
Before each work session check the efficiency of the
ground connection for the electricity-generating group if
the distribution system adopted requires it, such as, for
example, the TT and TN systems.
Check that the electrical specifications for the units to be
powered - voltage, power, frequency - are compatible
with those of the generator. Values that are too high or
too low for voltage and frequency can damage electrical
equipment irreparably.
In some cases, for the powering of three-phase loads,
it is necessary to ensure that the cyclic direction of the
phases corresponds to the installation’s requirements.
Connect the electric devices to be powered to the
AC sockets, using suitable plugs and cables in prime
condition.
Before starting up the group, make certain no dangerous
situations exist on the installation to be powered.
Check that the thermal-magnetic switch (Z2) is in the OFF
position (input lever in downward position).
Start up the electricity-generating group, positioning the
thermal-magnetic switch (Z2) and differential switch (D)
to ON (input lever in upward position).
Before powering on the utilities, check that the voltmeter
(N) and frequency meter (E2) indicate nominal values;
in addition, check on the voltmeter change-over switch
(H2) (where it is assembled) that the three line voltages
are the same.
+ In the absence of a load, the values for voltage and
frequency can be greater than their nominal values. See
sections on VOLTAGE and FREQUENCY.
OPERATING CONDITIONS
POWER
The electrical power expressed in kVA on an electricitygenerating group is the available output power to the
reference environmental conditions and nominal values
for: voltage, frequency, power factors (cos ϕ).
There are various types of power: PRIME POWER
(PRP), STAND-BY POWER established by ISO 8528-1
and 3046/1 Norms, and their definitions are listed in the
manual’s TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS page.
+ During the use of the electricity-generating group NEVER EXCEED the power indications, paying careful attention when several loads are powered simultaneously.
VOLTAGE
GENERATORS WITH COMPOUND SETTING
(THREEPHASE)
GENERATORS WITH CONDENSER SETTING
(SINGLEPHASE)
In these types of generators, the no-load voltage is
generally greater than 3–5% with respect to its nominal
value; f.e. for nominal voltage, threephase 400Vac
or singlephase 230Vac, the no-load voltage can be
comprised between 410-420V (threephase) and 235245V (singlephase). The precision of the load voltage
is maintained within ±5% with balanced loads and
with a rotation speed variation of 4%. Particularly, with
resistive loads (cos ϕ = 1), a voltage over-elevation
occurs which, with the machine cold and at full load,
can even attain +10 %, a value which in any case is
halved after the first 10-15 minutes of operation.
The insertion and release of the full load, under constant
rotation speed, provokes a transitory voltage variation
that is less than 10%; the voltage returns to its nominal
value within 0.1 seconds.
GENERATORS WITH ELECTRONIC SETTING (A.V.R.)
In these types of generators, the voltage precision is
maintained within ±1,5%, with speed variations comprised
from -10% to +30%, and with balanced loads. The voltage
is the same both with no-load and with load; the insertion
and release of the full load provokes a transitory voltage
variation that is less than 15%; the voltage returns to its
nominal value within 0.2–0.3 seconds.
FREQUENCY
The frequency is a parameter that is directly dependent
on the motor’s rotation speed. Depending on the type of
alternator, 2 or 4 pole, we will have a frequency of 50/60
Hz with a rotation speed of 3000/3600 or 1500/1800
revolutions per minute.
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Using the generator
The frequency, and therefore the number of motor
revolutions, is maintained constant by the motor’s speed
regulation system.
Generally, this regulator is of a mechanical type and
presents a droop from no-load to nominal load which
is less than 5 % (static or droop), while under static
conditions precision is maintained within ±1%.Therefore,
for generators at 50Hz the no-load frequency can be
52–52.5 Hz, while for generators at 60Hz the no-load
frequency can be 62.5-63Hz.
In some motors or for special requirements the speed
regulator is electronic; in these cases, precision under
static operating conditions attains ±0.25%, and the
frequency is maintained constant in operation from noload to load (isochronal operation).
POWER FACTOR - COS ϕ
The power factor is a value which depends on the load’s
electrical specifications; it indicates the ratio between
the Active Power (kW) and Apparent Power (kVA). The
apparent power is the total power necessary for the load,
achieved from the sum of the active power supplied
by the motor (after the alternator has transformed the
mechanical power into electrical power), and the Reactive
Power (kVAR) supplied by the alternator. The nominal
value for the power factor is cos ϕ = 0,8; for different
values comprised between 0.8 and 1 it is important during
usage not to exceed the declared active power (kW), so
as to not overload the electricity-generating group motor;
the apparent power (kVA) will diminish proportionally to
the increase of cos ϕ.
For cos ϕ values of less than 0.8 the alternator must
be downgraded, since at equal apparent power the
alternator should supply a greater reactive power. For
reduction coefficients, contact the Technical Service
Department.
START-UP OF ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS
The start-up of asynchronous motors from an electricitygenerating group can prove critical because of high startup currents the asynchronous motor requires (I start-up
= up to 8 times the nominal current In.). The start-up
current must not exceed the alternator’s admissible
overload current for brief periods, generally in the order
of 250–300% for 10–15 seconds.
To avoid a group oversize, we recommend following these
precautionary measures:
- in the case of a start-up of several motors, subdivide the
motors into groups and set up their start-up at intervals
of 30–60 seconds.
- when the operating machine coupled to the motor
allows it, see to a start-up with reduced voltage, star
point/triangle start-up or with autotransformer, or use
a soft-start system.
In all cases, when the user circuit requires the start-up
of an asynchronous motor, it is necessary to check that
there are no utilities inserted into the installation, which
in the case of a voltage droop can cause more or less
serious disservices (opening of contact points, temporary
lack of power to control and command systems, etc.).
SINGLE-PHASE LOADS
Power to monophase utilities by means of three-phase
generators requires some operating limitations.
- In single-phase operation, the declared voltage
tolerance can no longer be maintained by the regulator
(compound or electronic regulator), since the system
becomes highly unbalanced. The voltage variation
on the phases not affected by the power can prove
dangerous; we recommend sectioning the other
loads eventually connected.
- The maximum power which can be drawn between
Neutral and Phase (start connection) is generally 1/3
of the nominal three-phase power; some types of
alternators even allow for 40%. Between two Phases
(triangle connection) the maximum power cannot
exceed 2/3 of the declared three-phase power.
- In electricity-generating groups equipped with
monophase sockets, use these sockets for connecting
the loads. In other cases, always use the "R" phase
and Neutral.
ELECTRIC PROTECTIONS
THERMAL-MAGNETIC SWITCH
The electricity-generating group is protected against
short-circuits and against overloads by a thermalmagnetic switch (Z2) situated upstream from the
installation. Operating currents, both thermic and
magnetic, can be fixed or adjustable in relation to the
switch model.
+ In models with adjustable operating current do not modify the
settings, since doing so can compromise the installation’s protection
or the electricity-generating group’s
output characteristics. For eventual
variations, contact our Technical
Service Department.
The intervention of the protection feature against
overloads is not instantaneous, but follows a current
overload/time outline; the greater the overload
the less the intervention.
Furthermore, keep in mind
that the nominal operating
current refers to an operating
temperature of 30°C, so
that each variation of 10°C
roughly corresponds to a variation of 5% on the value of
nominal current.
In case of an intervention on the part of the thermal
magnetic protection device, check that the total
absorption does not exceed the electricity-generating
group’s nominal current.
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Using the generator
DIFFERENTIAL SWITCH
The differential switch or differential relay guarantee
protection against indirect contacts due to malfunction
currents towards the ground. When the device detects a
malfunction current that is higher than the nominal current
RESET
or the set current, it intervenes
by cutting off power to the
circuit connected.
In the case of an intervention
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T5.10
T5.9
T5.3
RESET
T5.5
A
tx10
1
T5.2
T5.4
M
tx1
I° x1
x10
RESET
x0.1I°
1.5
0.5
0.25
TEST
0.2
2
0.3
0.1
2.5
0.4
ON TRIP 0.02
I° (A)
T5.1
0.5
t (s)
T5.6
T5.7
T5.8
by the differential switch, check that there are no
sheathing defects in the installation: connection cables,
sockets and plugs, utilities connected.
+ Before each work session, check the operation of the
differential protection device by pressing the test key. The
electricity-generating group must be in operation, and the
lever on the differential switch must be in the ON position.
THERMIC PROTECTION
Generally present to protect against overloads on an
individual power socket c.a.
When the nominal operating current has been exceeded,
the protection device intervenes by cutting off power to
the socket.
The intervention of the protection device against
overloads is not instantaneous, but follows a current
overload/time outline; the greater the overload the less
the intervention.
In case of an intervention, check that the current
absorbed by the load does not exceed the protection’s
nominal operating current.
Allow the protection to cool off for a few minutes before
resetting by pressing the central pole.
ON
OFF
!
USAGE WITH EAS AUTOMATIC START-UP PANEL
The electricity-generating group in combination with the
EAS automatic start-up panel forms a unit for distributing
electrical energy within a few seconds of a power failure
from the commercial electrical power line.
Below is some general operating information; refer to
the automatic panel’s specific manual for details on
installation, command, control and signalling operations.
 Perform connections on the installation in safety
conditions. Position the automatic panel in RESET
or LOCKED mode.
 Carry out the first start-up in MANUAL mode.
Check that the generator’s LOCAL START / REMOTE
START switch (I6) is in the REMOTE position.
Check that the generator switches are enabled (input
lever in upward position).
Position the EAS panel in manual mode by pressing
MAN. key, and only after having checked that there
are no dangerous situations, press the START key to
start the electricity-generating group.
 During the operation of the generator, all controls and
signals from both the automatic panel and group are
enabled; it is therefore possible to control its operation
from both positions.
In case of an alarm with a shutdown of the motor
(low pressure, high temperature, etc.), the automatic
panel will indicate the malfunction that has caused
the stoppage, while the generator’s front panel will be
disabled and will no longer supply any information.
PRESS TO
RESET
ATTENTION
12/06/03 M37GB_1500G_GE
Do not keep the central pole on the thermic
protection forcefully pressed to prevent its
intervention.
TROUBLE SHOOTING
1.0-07/98
PROBLEM
ASYNCHRONOUS
ALTERNATORS
No output
POSSIBLE CAUSE
WHAT TO DO
1) GFI or Isometer (if installed) have
been activated
1) Reset GFI or Isometer. If they are
activated again check the cables and
tools attached to the auxiliary sockets
for short circuits or grounded leads
2) Reset the thermal protection and check
the fuses of the single phase sockets.
3) Disconnect the load and see if the
voltage is normal. If so the load caused
the generator to lose its excitation. This
can occur when the kWatt of the load is
larger than that of the generator or, in
the case of inductive loads (motors),
when the device has a high starting
current. In both cases the solution is a
larger genset.
4) Disconnect all leads from the stator
except for those going to the condenser
boxIf there is no output from the auxiliary
leads check the condenser box. If it is
OK replace the stator.
2) Thermal protection activated or fuse
burned out
3) Overload
4) Bad condenser or stator burned
out
SYNCHRONOUS
ALTERNATORS
No outputMechanical
damage
1) Overload - circuit breaker activated
2) GFI or Isometer (if installed) have
been activated
3) Fuse burned out
4) Stator burned out
5) Carbon brushes worn out
Mechanical damage
6) Carbon brushes worn out
1) Remove the load and insert the circuit
breaker. Reconnect the load. If it
activates again check the rating of the
load and the wiring between load and
generator.
2) Remove the load and reset Isometer or
GFI. Check without the load. If they
activate there is an isolation fault or
leakage to ground in the generator or
internal wiring. If not, reconnect the load.
If they are activated with the load
attached there is an isolation fault or
leakage to ground in the load or related
cables.
3) Check the fuses of the single phase
sockets.
4) Disconnect the load and see if the
voltage is normal. If there is not output
replace the alternator.
5) Chek the condition of the brushes (if
mounted) and their position.
6) Worn out brushes can damage the brush
holder and/or collector.
08/07/98 M40.2-GB
© MOSA
M
40.2
GE
M
43
MAINTENANCE
REV.0-06/10
!
WARNING
Have qualified personnel do maintenance and troubleshooting work.
Stop the engine before doing any work inside the machine. If for
any reason the machine must be operated while working inside, pay
attention moving parts, hot parts (exhaust manifold and muffler,
etc.) electrical parts which may be unprotected when the machine
is open.
lRemove guards only when necessary to perform maintenance,
and replace them when the maintenance requiring their removal is
complete.
lUse suitable tools and clothes.
lDo not modify the components if not authorized.
- See pag. M1.1 l
MOVING
PARTS
can injure
NOTE
By maintenance at care of the utilizer we intend all the
operatios concerning the verification of mechanical
parts, electrical parts and of the fluids subject to use or
consumption during the normal operation of the machine.
For what concerns the fluids we must consider as maintenance even the periodical change and or the refills
eventually necessary.
Maintenance operations also include machine cleaning
operations when carried out on a periodic basis outside
of the normal work cycle.
The repairs cannot be considered among the maintenance activities, i.e. the replacement of parts subject
to occasional damages and the replacement of electric
and mechanic components consumed in normal use, by
the Assistance Authorized Center as well as by MOSA.
The replacement of tires (for machines equipped with
trolleys) must be considered as repair since it is not delivered as standard equipment any lifting system.
The periodic maintenance should be performed according to the schedule shown in the engine manual. An
optional hour counter (M) is available to simplify the
determination of the working hours.
!
IMPORTANT
In the maintenance operations avoid that
polluting substances, liquids, exhausted oils,
etc. bring damage to people or things or can
cause negative effects to surroindings, health
or safety respecting completely the laws and/
or dispositions in force in the place.
HOT surface
can
hurt you
maintenance intervals and specific checks for each
model: it is necessary to consult the specific engine or
alternator USER AND MAINTENANCE manual.
VENTILATION
Make certain there are no obstructions (rags, leaves or
other) in the air inlet and outlet openings on the machine,
alternator and motor.
ELECTRICAL PANELS
Check condition of cables and connections daily.
Clean periodically using a vacuum cleaner, DO NOT USE
COMPRESSED AIR.
DECALS AND LABELS
All warning and decals should be checked once a year
and replaced if missing or unreadable.
STRENUOUS OPERATING CONDITIONS
Under extreme operating conditions (frequent stops
and starts, dusty environment, cold weather,extended
periods of no load operation, fuel with over 0.5% sulphur
content) do maintenance more frequently.
BATTERY WITHOUT MAINTENANCE
DO NOT OPEN THE BATTERY
The battery is charged automatically from the battery
charger circuit suppplied with the engine.
Check the state of the battery from the colour of the
warning light which is in the upper part.
- Green colour: battery OK
- Black colour: battery to be recharged
- White colour: battery to be replaced
ENGINE and ALTERNATOR
Every engine and alternator manufacturer has
!
NOTE
THE ENGINE PROTECTION NOT WORK WHEN THE
OIL IS OF LOW QUALITY BECAUSE NOT CHARGED
REGULARLY AT INTERVALS AS PRESCRIBED IN THE
OWNER’S ENGINE MANUAL.
05/09/05 M43GB
PLEASE REFER TO THE SPECIFIC MANUALS
PROVIDED.
© MOSA
REV.0-06/07
M
45
STORAGE
In case the machine should not be used for more than
30 days, make sure that the room in which it is stored
presents a suitable shelter from heat sources, weather
changes or anything which can cause rust, corrosion or
damages to the machine.
+ Have qualified personnel prepare the machine for
storage.
GASOLINE ENGINE
Start the engine: lt will run until it stops due to the lack
of fuel.
Drain the oil from the engine sump and fill it with new oil
(see page M25).
Pour about 10 cc of oil into the spark plug hole and
screw the spark plug, after having rotated the crankshaft
several times.
Rotate the crankshaft slowly until you feel a certain compression, then leave it.
In case of necessity for first aid and of fire prevention,
see page. M2.5.
!
IMPORTANT
In the storage operations avoid that
polluting substances, liquids, exhausted
oils, etc. bring damage to people or
things or can cause negative effects to
surroindings, health or safety respecting
completely the laws and/or dispositions
in force in the place.
In case the battery, for the electric start, is assembled,
disconnect it.
Clean the covers and all the other parts of the machine
carefully.
Protect the machine with a plastic hood and store it in o
dry place.
DIESEL ENGINE
For short periods of time it is advisable, about every
10 days, to make the machine work with load for 15-30
minutes, for a correct distribution of the lubricant, to recharge the battery and to prevent any possible bloking
of the injection system.
For long periods of inactivity, turn to the after soles service
of the engine manufacturer.
Clean the covers and all the other parts of the machine
carefully.
04/06/07 M45GB
Protect the machine with a plastic hood and store it in a
dry place.
© MOSA
+
REV.0-06/07
M
46
CUST OFF
Have qualified personnel disassemble the
machine and dispose of the parts, including the
oil, fuel, etc., in a correct manner when it is to
be taken out of service.
As cust off we intend all operations to be made, at
utilizer’s care, at the end of the use of the machine.
This comprises the dismantling of the machine, the
subdivision of the several components for a further
reutilization or for getting rid of them, the eventual
packing and transportation of the eliminated parts
up to their delivery to the store, or to the bureau
encharged to the cust off or to the storage office, etc.
In case of necessity for first aid and fire prevention,
see page M2.5.
!
IMPORTANT
In the cust-off operations avoid that
polluting substances, liquids, exhausted
oils, etc. bring damage to people or
things or can cause negative effects to
surroindings, health or safety respecting
completely the laws and/or dispositions
in force in the place.
The several operations concerning the cust off, involve the manipulation of fluids potentially dangerous
such as: lubricating oil and battery electrolyte.
The dismantling of metallic parts liable to cause
injuries or wounds, must be made wearing heavy
gloves and using suitable tools.
The getting rid of the various components of the
machine must be made accordingly to rules in force
of law a/o local rules.
Particular attention must be paid when getting
rid of:
lubricating oils, battery electrolyte, and inflamable liquids such as fuel, cooling liquid.
The machine user is responsible for the observance
of the norms concerning the environment conditions
with regard to the elimination of the machine being
cust off and of all its components.
In case the machine should be cust off without any
previous disassembly it is however compulsory to
remove:
- tank fuel
- engine lubricating oil
- cooling liquid from the engine
- battery
04/06/07 M45GB
NOTE: BCS is involved with custing off the machine
only for the second hand ones, when not reparable.
This, of course, after authorization.
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
Electrical system legende
A
C
D
G
H
I
M
N
N1
O1
Q1
R1
S1
U1
S2
Z2
F3
G3
H3
P4
Y5
A:
C:
D:
G:
H:
I:
M:
N:
N1:
O1:
Q1:
R1:
S1:
U1:
S2:
Z2:
F3:
G3:
H3:
P4:
Y5:
: Alternatore
: Condensatore
: Interruttore differenziale
: Presa 400V trifase
: Presa 230V monofase
: Presa 110V monofase
: Contaore
: Voltmetro
: Spia carica batteria
: Spia pressostato
: Chiave avviamento
: Motorino avviamento
: Batteria
: Regolatore tensione batteria
: Trasmettitore livello olio
: Interruttore magnetotermico
: Pulsante stop
: Bobina accensione
: Candela accensione
: Protezione termica
: Commutatore Serie/Parallelo
Alternator
Capacitor
G.F.I.
400V 3-phase socket
230V 1phase socket
110V 1-phase socket
Hour-counter
Voltmeter
Battery charge warning light
Oil pressure warning light
Starter key
Starter motor
Battery
Battery charge voltage regulator
Oil level transmitter
Thermal magnetic circuit breaker
Stop push-button
Ignition coil
Spark plug
Circuit breaker
Commutator/switch, series/parallel
Stromlaufplan-Referenzliste
Leyenda esquema eléctrico
A
C
D
G
H
I
M
N
N1
O1
Q1
R1
S1
U1
S2
Z2
F3
G3
H3
P4
Y5
A :Alternador
C :Condensador
D :Interruptor diferencial
G :Toma 400V trifásica
H :Toma 230V monofásica
I :Toma 110V monofásica
M :Cuentahoras
N :Voltímetro
N1 :Piloto carga batería
O1 :Piloto presostato
Q1 :Llave arranque
R1 :Motor arranque
S1 :Batería
U1 :Regulador tensión batería
S2 :Captador nivel aceite
Z2 :Interruptor magnetotérmico
F3 :Pulsador stop
G3 :Bobina encendido
H3 :Bujía encendido
P4 :Protección térmica
Y5 :Contactor Serie/Paralelo
Generator
Kondensatorbox
FI-Schalter (GFI)
Steckdose 400V 3-phasig
Steckdose 230V 1-phasig
Steckdose 110V 1-phasig
Stundenzähler
Voltmeter
Warnleuchte Batterieladung
Warnleuchte Öldruck
Zündschloss
Anlasser
Batterie
Laderegler Batterie
Ölstandssensor
Thermomagnetschalter (Si-Automat)
Taste Stopp
Zündspule
Zündkerze
Thermosicherung
Anzeige Wassertemperatur
REV.0-01/04
Legende des schemas electriques
A : Alternateur
C : Condensateurs
D : lnterrupteur différentiel
G : Prise 400V triphasé
H : Prise 230V monophasé
I :Prise 110V monophasé
M : Compte-heures
N : Voltmètre
N1 : Voyant charge batterie
O1 : Voyant pressostat
Q1:Clé de démarrage
R1 : Moteur de démarrage
S1 : Batterie
U1 : Régulateur tension batterie
S2 :Transmetteur niveau huile
Z2 : lnterrupteur magnétothermique
F3 : Bouton stop
G3 : Bobine allumage
H3 : Bougie allumage
P4 : Protection thermique
Y5 :Commutateur Série/Parallèle
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Legenda schema elettrico
M
60
Stromlaufplan
Esquema eléctrique
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GE 7554 HBS-L
GE 7554 HBS
M
61.1
REV.0-01/04
15/01/04 25670-I
Schema elettrico
Electric diagram
Schema electriques
Stromlaufplan
Esquema eléctrique
GE 6000 - 6500 DES/GS
M
61.2
REV.1-02/09
15/01/04 25670-I
Schema elettrico
Electric diagram
Schema electriques
Stromlaufplan
Esquema eléctrique
GE 7000 BS/GS
GE 7000 LDES/GS
GE 6000 DS-DES/GS
M
61.3
REV.1-02/09
15/01/04 25670-I
Schema elettrico
Electric diagram
Schema electriques
Stromlaufplan
Esquema eléctrique
230M 110 M x 2 CTE
M
61.4
REV.1-02/09
15/01/04 25670-I
Schema elettrico
Electric diagram
Schema electriques
Stromlaufplan
Esquema eléctrique
GE 7500 BS/GS
GE 7500 LDES/GS
GE 6500 DS-DES/GS
M
61.5
REV.1-02/09
15/01/04 25670-I
Schema elettrico
Electric diagram
Schema electriques
R
1
SPARE PARTS LIST
REV.0-03/00
The manufacturer guarantees that any request for spare parts will be
satisfied.
To keep the machine in full working order, when replacement spare parts is required, always ask for
genuine parts only.
 The requested data are to be found on the data
plate located on the machine structure, quite visible
and easy to consult. Y
When ordering the spare parts, it is recommended to indicate:
1) Y serial number
2) Y model of welder and/or generating set
3) u n. table
4) u n. position
quantity
EA
1
50 Hz
TAVOLA RICAMBI - SPARE PARTS - PIECES DE RECHANGE - ERSATZTEILE
50 Hz
1-3
18
13
17
16 20-21-22
EA
1
12
3
EA
1
4
12
12
11
0
RS
V
500
ST
h
HOURMETER
0
Hz
60
300
200
TR
65
A
20
55
50
25
125
15
10
100
I
2
OFF
ON
START
8
0
*
19
15
NEUTROCOLLEGATOAMASSA
NEUTROCONECTADOAMASA
NEUTRALBONDEDTOFRAME
NEUTRERACCORDEAUBATI
NULLEITERAUFMASSE
NULVERBONDENMETMASSA
21-22-23
14
* VE
ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS:
(EV) When ordering, specify the engine type and
the auxiliary voltage
(ER) Engine with recoil starter only
(ES) Engine with electric starter only
(VE) E.A.S version only.
(QM) When ordering, specify the length in meters
(VS) Special version only
(SR) By request only
22/03/00 R1GB
4-5-6
14/12/986Q16M31
5) Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
Ersatzteile
Tabla de recambios
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GQ
15
REV.1-02/09
30b (HONDA)
33b (400T230M Vers.)
31
32
35
38
37
31
31
33 (230M Vers.)
33a (230M110M Vers.)
32
30
30a
33b (400T230M Vers.)
31
39
32
38
31
39
32
33 (230M Vers.)
33a (230M110M Vers.)
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Tabla de recambios
Descr.
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 500 BS/GS
GQ
15.1
REV.3-02/12
Pos.
Cod.
Note
30
M272702200 MOTORE YANMAR L100AE-DG
DS Version - Fino a REV.1-09/04 Del.12/09
30
30a
M256752200 MOTORE YANMAR L100N
M256862200 MOTORE YANMAR L100AE-DEG
Da REV.2-02/09 Del.12/09
DES Version - era 272722200 Del.169/06-20/10/06 Fino a REV.1-09/04 Del.261/07-03/12/07-Del.285/07-11/01/08
30a
30b
30b
Da REV.2-02/09 Del.261/07 -03/12/07 Del.285/07-11/01/08
M256762200 MOTORE YANMAR L100N­­­
M272612200 MOTORE HONDA GX 390 K1 (VXB)
M256702200 MOTORE HONDA GX390 (VXB9)
BS Version - Fino a REV.1-09/04 Del.216/08-12/12/08
Da REV.2-02/09 Del.216/08 -12/12/08 -
Fino a REV.2-02/09 Del.115/11 -28/11/11
30b
31
32
33
33a
33b
34
35
37
38
M256712200 MOTORE HONDA (UT2)
M102041250 ANTIVIBRANTE
M256703101 SUPP. ALTERNATORE
M356403100 ALTERNATORE M356413100 ALTERNATORE M356453100 ALTERNATORE M222401035 ANTIVIBRANTE
M272502035 TRAVERSA SUPPORTO MOTORE
M306202038 RONDELLA D9x35 SP5
M256708222 COPERTURA ALTERNATORE
Da REV.3-02/12 Del.115/11 -28/11/11
39
M372802038 RONDELLA DI BLOCCAGGIO
DS-DES Version
Pos.
Cod.
Note
30
M272702200 YANMAR ENGINE L100AE-DG
DS Version
30
30a
M256752200 YANMAR ENGINE L100N
M256862200 YANMAR ENGINE L100AE-DEG
From REV.2-02/09 Del.12/09
Descr.
230M Version - era 256703100 Del.169/06-20/10/06
230M/110M Version - era 256713100 Del.169/06-20/10/06
400T/230M Version - era 256803100 Del.169/06-20/10/06
DS-DES Version - era 256651035 - 17/01/05
BS Version
BS Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
DES Version - Was 272722200 Del.169/06-20/10/06
Up to REV.1-09/04 Del.261/07-03/12/07-Del.285/07 - 11/01/08
30a
From REV.2-02/09 Del.261/07-03/12/07-Del.285/07 - 11/01/08
30b
30b
M256762200 YANMAR ENGINE L100N
M272612200 HONDA ENGINE GX 390 K1 (VXB)
M256702200 HONDA ENGINE GX390 (VXB9)
BS Version - Up to REV.1-09-04 Del.216/08-12/12/08
From REV.2-02/09 Del.216/08-12/12/08
Up to REV.2-02/09 Del.115/11 -28/11/11
30b
M256712200 HONDA ENGINE (UT2)
M102041250 VIBRATION-DAMPER
M256703101 ALTERNATOR SUPPORT
M356403100 ALTERNATOR M356413100 ALTERNATOR M356453100 ALTERNATOR M222401035 VIBRATION DAMPER
M272502035 ENGINE SUPPORT BRACKET
M306202038 WASHER D9x35 SP5
M256708222 ALTERNATOR COVER
From REV.3-02/12 Del.115/11-28/11/11
31
32
33
33a
33b
34
35
37
38
39
M372802038 STOP WASHER
DS-DES Version
230M Version - Was 256703100 Del.169/06-20/01/06
230M/110M Version - Was 256713100 Del.169/06-20/10/06
400T/230M Version - Was 256803100 Del.169/06-20/10/06
DS-DES Version - was 256651035 - 17/01/05
BS Version
BS Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
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Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
Ersatzteile
Tabla de recambios
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GQ
16
REV.2-02/09
15/01/04 25670-I
Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
Pos.
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
28
29
29
31
32
Pos.
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
28
29
29
31
32
Ersatzteile
Tabla de recambios
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GQ
16.1
REV.2-02/09
Cod.
M357017027
M155307107
M103011310
M256707020
M734507325
M105111550
M232027130
M220237105
M256707325
M232027036
M105111520
M105111530
M307047250
M256417020
M306467107
M256557325
M105111540
M1243020
M356317330
M307017240
M105511810
M256407010
M256127325
M256417315
M256417010
M305907270
M107302460
M1302040
M1302500
M259107241
M734517032
Descr. PIASTRINA CHIUSURA FORO
DISGIUNTORE TERMICO
VOLTMETRO
PANNELLO FRONTALE
INTERRUTTORE MAGNETOTERMICO
VOLTMETRO FS 500V
CAPPUCCIO PROTEZIONE I.D.
Vedi Cod.256007105
INT.MAGNETOTERMICO 2POLI 25A
GUIDA
PRESA CEE 220V MONOFASE
PRESA CEE 32A 110V
PRESA 110V 16A
FRONTALE
PROTEZIONE TERMICA (AUX)
INTERRUTTORE MAGNETOTERMICO
Vedi Cod.219937105
GUIDA PER MORSETTIERA
CONTAORE QUADRATO 110V 50Hz
PRESA 220V 16A
CONTAORE
SCATOLA ELETTRICA
INT.MAGNETOTERMICO
COMMUTATORE DI LINEA 25A 2P
SCATOLA ELETTRICA
PRESA CEE 16A 400V 3P+N+T
STARTER A CHIAVE
SPIA 12V
SPIA 12V
PRESA SCHUKO 16A 230V - 2P+T
PIASTRA ADATTAMENTO
Note
Cod.
M357017027
M155307107
M103011310
M256707020
M734507325
M105111550
M232027130
M220237105
M256707325
M232027036
M105111520
M105111530
M307047250
M256417020
M306467107
M256557325
M105111540
M1243020
M356317330
M307017240
M105511810
M256407010
M256127325
M256417315
M256417010
M305907270
M107302460
M1302040
M1302500
M259107241
M734517032
Descr. Note
HOLE CLOSING PLATE
230M Version
THERMAL SWITCH
VOLTMETER
230M - 230M/110M Version
FRONT PANEL
230M - 400T/230M Version
CIRCUIT BREAKER
400T/230M Version
VOLTMETER FS 500V
400T/230M Version
CAP
See Part n°256007105
230M - 230M/110M Version
GFI 2P. 25A
230M Version
FIXING GUIDE
230M - 230M/110M Version
EEC SOCKET SINGLE-PHASE 220V
230M - 230M/110M Version
SOCKET, EEC, 32A 110V
230M/110M Version
SOCKET 110V 16A
230M/110M Version
FRONT PANEL
230M/110M Version
THERMOPROTECTION (AUX)
230M/110M Version
CIRCUIT BREAKER
400T/230M Version
See part no. 219937105
400T/230M Version
TERMINAL GUIDE
400T/230M Version - (qm)
HOURMETER 110V 50HZ
230M/110M Version
EEC SOCKET 16A, 220V 2P+T
230M - 400T/230M Version
HOURMETER
230M - 400T/230M Version
ELECTRICAL BOX
230M - 400T/230M Version
CIRCUIT BREAKER
230M/110M Version
COMMUTATOR SWITCH 25A 2P
230M/110M Version
ELECTRICAL BOX
230M/110M Version
EEC SOCKET 16A 400V 3P+N+T
400T/230M Version
STARTER KEY
DES Version
WARNING LIGHT 12V
DES Version - Up to REV.1-09/04 Del.10/08-16/01/08
WARNING LIGHT 12V
DES Version - From REV.2-01/09 Del.10/08-16/01/08
SOCKET SCHUKO 16A 230V 2P+T
Schuko Version
REDUCTION FOR SOCKET 32A/16A
230M Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
230M - 400T/230M Version
400T/230M Version
400T/230M Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
230M Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
230M - 230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
400T/230M Version
400T/230M Version
400T/230M Version - (qm)
230M/110M Version
230M - 400T/230M Version
230M - 400T/230M Version
230M - 400T/230M Version
230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
230M/110M Version
400T/230M Version
DES Version
DES Version - Fino a REV.1-09/04 Del.10/08-16/01/08
DES Version - Da REV.2-01/09 Del.10/08-16/01/08
Schuko Version
15/01/04 25670-I
Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
Ersatzteile
Tabla de recambios
GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
GQ
17
REV.2-02/09
40
44
41
42
43
40
GE 6000 - 6500 DS - DES/GS
46
43
42
15/01/04 25670-I
44
Pos.
40
41
42
43
44
45
Rev. Cod.
M272707015
M272501050
M272708205
M256408005
M272708235
M256022275
Ersatzteile
Tabla de recambios
Descr. GE 6000 - 6500 DS-DES/GS
GE 7000 - 7500 BS/GS
COPERCHIO SCATOLA ELETTRICA
BARELLA
SCATOLA DI BASE
CARENATURA
GRIGLIA DI ASPIRAZIONE
REGOLATORE DI TENSIONE
BS Version
DES Version Fino a REV.1-09/04 Del.169/06 - 20/10/06
DS - DES Version
Pos.
40
41
42
43
44
45
M272701050 BARELLA
Rev. Cod.
M272707015
M272501050
M272708205
M256408005
M272708235
M256022275
Descr. COVER ELECTRICAL BOX
FRAME
CASE, BOTTOM HALF
COVER
INTAKE GRATE
VOLTAGE REGULATOR
Note
BS Version
DES Version
Up to REV.1-09/04 Del. 169/06 - 20/10/06
DS - DES Version
46
M272701050 PROTECTIVE FRAME
REV.2-02/09
Note
46
GQ
17.1
15/01/04 25670-I
Ricambi
Spare parts
Pièces de rechanges
CTM 6/2
M212029080
KA
3
REV.1-10/05
Cod.
Descr.
Descr.
1
M107012150
CAVALLOTTO
U-BOLT
2
M107012130
MANIGLIA
HANDLE
7
M205311160
ASSALE
AXLE
8
M205311180
RONDELLA
WASHER
9
M6075020
COPIGLIA
PIN, SPLIT
10
M105311650
RUOTA
WHEEL
Note
CTM 200
M232120130
Pos.
Cod.
Descr.
Descr.
1
M107012150
CAVALLOTTO
U-BOLT
2a
M208101051
MANIGLIA
HANDLE
7
M205311160
ASSALE
AXLE
8
M205311180
RONDELLA
WASHER
9
M6075020
COPIGLIA
PIN, SPLIT
10
M105311650
RUOTA
WHEEL
KA
4
Note
PB3
M256020040
KG
3
Pos.
Cod.
Descr.
Descr.
12
M256020549
GR.COPERCHIO COMPLETO
COMPLETE COVER
Note
13
M256029168
CESTELLO PORTA BATTERIA
BATTERY HOLDER
14
M256029160
CESTELLO P/BATT.+COPERCHIO
BATTERY HOLDER WITH COVER
15
M209509150
BATTERIA
BATTERY
(fino a/up to REV.0 04/97 Del. 74/05 del 15/07/05)
15
M372859150
BATTERIA
BATTERY
(da/from REV.1 10/05 Del. 74/05 del 15/07/05)
21/04/97 KA
Pos.
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Fax + 39 - 0290390466
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