APM303

Our entry level product providing manual and automatic control of the generator.

Description

All PowerWAVE standby generators supplied by Kohler Uninterruptible Power have a choice of control panel options. Whether you are concerned with the simplest functions or the entire operation of the standby generator, our control panels give you the power to manage the application.

Our entry level product is the APM303 panel. The APM303 Control panel is fitted as standard on all PowerWAVE K, T and J series standby generators. It provides both manual and automatic operational control of the generator and provides a basic indication of operational parameters – such as voltage, frequency, coolant temperature, oil pressure and battery voltage – as well as alarm and fault indication, via its standard LCD screen. Additional, LED indication of alarms and faults are also provided.

Key Benefits – APM303

  • Entry level control panel for manual and automatic generator control
  • LCD screen for basic engine & alternator operational parameters
  • LED alarm and fault indication

Additional information

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Control Panels

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