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GENERATOR AUTOSTART (REMOTE) CONTROL MODULE

Product Overview


  • Suitable For Two Wire Start

  • Fuel Control Output Relay

  • Timed Pre-Heat Control Output Relay

  • Starter Motor Control Output

  • Low Oil Pressure Shutdown

  • High  Temperature Shutdown

  • Under Voltage Sensing

  • Charge Fail Indication

  • Emergency Stop Input


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Excl. Tax: £95.00 Incl. Tax: £114.00

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Excl. Tax: £95.00 Incl. Tax: £114.00

Product Information

The microprocessor range of Auto Start (Remote) modules have been designed to provide LOCAL & REMOTE (2 wire start) start control for diesel driven generators.   Incorporated in this range of panel-mounted modules are all the safe guards required by today’s generator market.  These automatically stop the generator, should a fault occur. Positive indication of the fault is displayed via LED indicators.

Control of the generator is through a three position momentary key switch, located on the front fascia.  This controls the outputs to the fuel and start circuits.  

  • STOP/RESET: Removes power from the module, disabling the ignition circuits, thus stopping the generator.  All alarm conditions are reset.
  • FUELON: Enables the fuel output  thereby engaging the fuel system of the engine.  The alarm/ fault detection circuits are enabled.
  • START ENABLE (Momentary): A start signal (B+ve) is switched to the start output terminal, which  inturn enages the starter motor

Installation of the Remote Autostrat generator control module

The control module has been designed to be panel mounted via a through hole panel cut out.  The controller is to be inserted in to the control panel from the front side. Two securing clips, supplied, are then attached to each side of the controller case.  They should be turned until the screw head comes into contact with the front fascia, and tightened until secure.



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