The Hyundai DHY45KSE is a three phase diesel generator with a maximum output of 33kW/45kVA. Designed for domestic or professional use, the DHY45KSE is powered by a 35hp 1500rpm diesel engine and is equipped an AVR alternator to produce clean energy. This means that any sensitive electronic equipment, such as televisions, PCs and laptops, can safely be powered by the DHY34KSE.
The DHY45KSE can be started manually by using the key, or connected to an ATS (Automatic Transfer Switch) system. An ATS system will automatically detect a loss of power from the mains, turn your DHY45KSE on automatically, and then turn it off again when power returns from the mains.
Housed in a weather-proof, silenced canopy, the DHY45KSE produces only 65dB @ 7 metres which makes it a quiet standby generator which won’t interrupt you at home or work.
All Hyundai 1500rpm diesel generator sound proof canopies undergo an anti-corrosion painting process called electrophoretic painting. This process ensures all areas of the canopy have an evenly applied thickness of paint, ensuring maximum corrosion protection.
The DHY45KSE benefits from being an economical diesel generator, capable of running on red diesel which is significantly cheaper than road diesel and is safer to store than petrol.
Fitted with an MRS 10 control panel interface as standard, its user friendly interface gives fingertip control over several operating parameters as well as providing information statistics relating to engine, output and generator running parameters.
Running at 1500rpm, the engine is stressed less than in 3000rpm generators and this helps extend the lifespan of the machine if properly serviced.
For the recommended usage of this generator, please see here.
3 Phase 400/230v generators are generally manufactured to power 400 volt 3 Phase equipment. Even though you can run a small amount of 230v on a solo basis from them, this is not their intended purpose and it can be difficult to ‘balance’ the phases and stop the generator from tripping out. In order to run 230v output only, and reach the generator’s output capacity you will need to accurately ‘balance’ the loads on each phase (the amount you are drawing from each phase of electricity). You can read more about phase imbalance, and the pitfalls of running 230v from a 400v generator in our article here. If you are unsure whether this is the right generator for your application, we advise you to speak to a qualified electrician/generator installer or speak to us for advice.
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Kerbside delivery included – please note – forklift required for unloading