DSE5110 AUTO START & AUTO MAINS FAILURE CONTROL MODULES
The DSE5110 is an Automatic Start Control Module designed to automatically start and stop diesel and gas generating sets that include no electronic engines. The module also provides excellent engine monitoring and protection features.
The module has the ability to monitor under speed, over speed, charge failure, emergency stop, low oil pressure, high engine temperature, fail to start, fail to stop and loss of the speed sensing signal. The module displays fault conditions on the LCD display and via the LED indicators on the front.
*Automatic load transfer
*Configurable alarms & timers
*Back-lit character LCD display
*Front panel mounting
*Icon based fault diagnostics
*Front panel programming
*LCD alarm indication
*LED alarm indication
*In-built engine diagnostics removes the requirement for service equipment
*License free PC software
*Modules help to improve the life cycle of engine starter motors
*On-site module configuration
*User-friendly set-up and button layout
The modules are operated using the front STOP, AUTO and MANUAL push buttons. An additional push button on both modules allows the user to scroll through the LCD instrumentation display.
The modules can be configured using the front panel buttons or the DSE810 interface and PC software.
INPUTS & OUTPUTS
Analogue inputs are provided for oil pressure and engine temperature. These connect to conventional engine mounted resistive sender unit to provide accurate monitoring and protection facilities. The modules can also be configured to interface with digital switch type inputs for low oil pressure and high engine temperature shutdowns.
Relay outputs are provided for fuel solenoid output, start output and three additional configurable outputs. A range of different functions, conditions or alarms can be selected for the three configurable relay outputs. These outputs are fed from the permanent plant supply.
The modules provide advanced metering facilities, displaying the information on the LCD display. The information can be accessed using the display scroll push buttons located next to the LCD display.