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High voltage generators for engines technical data

Design standards
The electrical design is based on the relevant IEC or NEMA standards and mechanical design on the relevant ISO standards. In marine or offshore applications the additional design criteria of the applicable classification society are followed. These societies include ABS, BV, CCS, CR, DNV, GL, KR, LR, NK, RINA, and RS.

Efficiency
Our generators are designed for high efficiency, with losses minimized through the effective use of materials, state-of-the-art insulation and optimization of rotors, stators and fan designs. This benefits users like power plant operators as high efficiency helps to save money, cuts operating costs and means more electricity for the same investment.

ABB's brushless synchronous generators are typically used in decentralized power plants and marine applications where the prime mover is a medium or high speed four-stroke reciprocating engine.

Output power
1 - 60 MVA at 50/60 Hz
Voltage
1 - 15 kV
Frame size
0500 to 2500
Number of poles
4 - 30
Protection
IP23, IPW24, IP44, IP54, IP55
Cooling
IC01, IC611, IC81W
Standards
IEC and NEMA
Design
Generators with brushless type excitation are available as open ventilated,
totally enclosed as water cooled or duct ventilated design for horizontal mounting.
Enclosure material
welded steel
Marine classification    
all international societies,
e.g. ABS, BV, CCS, CR, DNV, GL, KR, LR, NK, RINA, and RS
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