DKG-329 AUTOMATIC TRANSFER SWITCH CONTROLLER
WITH UNINTERRUPTED TRANSFER AND MULTIPLE GENSET SUPPORT
(1 GEN + 1 MAINS AND 2 GEN + 1 MAINS VERSIONS)
The DKG-329 is a microprocessor controlled unit designed to monitor 3-phase mains voltages, send remote start command to generating sets and control the changeover of generator and mains contactors.
The unit offers an internal synchroscope for uninterrupted transfer in both directions. The number of gensets to run before transfer is selectable, allowing multiple genset support.
The unit has provisions for 2xGensets and 1xMains voltage monitoring and contactor control.Read More...
If a fault condition occurs, the unit disables the remote starting automatically and indicates the failure with the corresponding led lamp and text.
The unit provides a comprehensive set of digitally adjustable program parameters. The unauthorized access to program parameters is prevented by a 3 level password system. All programs may be modified via front panel pushbuttons and do not require any external unit.
Last 100 faults are stored in the event log file. The event log includes not only the date-time information, but also a comprehensive list of measured parameters at the time that the fault has occurred.
The WINDOWS based RAINBOW program allows remote monitoring and control.
True RMS measurements
Automatic contactor control for 2xGEN+1xMAINS
Equal aging of gensets
Automatic genset switching
Load shedding, dummy load
Event logging with time stamp and measurements
Battery backed-up real time clock
Built in daily / weekly / monthly exerciser
Weekly operation schedule programs
Field adjustable parameters
RS-232 serial port
Free MS-Windows Remote monitoring SW
GSM and PSTN modem support
GSM SMS message sending on fault
Multiple language support
Customer logo display capability
16 Amp contactor outputs
1 Amp DC semiconductor control outputs
Configurable digital inputs: 7
Configurable digital outputs: 2
Total digital outputs: 7
I/O expansion capability
Plug-in connection system
Sealed front panel