- Status LEDs for each channel are provided on the Generator module, allowing for quick assessment of
- system status (channel disabled, wiring fault, engine start inactive, engine start active).
- ATS module is compatible with any contact-based engine start signal.
- Both modules mount on standard 35 mm DIN rails.
- The generator module monitors up to eight ATSs. Each channel can be individually enabled or disabled.
- The generator module provides two Form C contacts, one for engine start and one for alarming.
- Uses one module at each engine, and one module at each ATS. Can be installed on standard engine control wiring, easing deployment on new and existing backup power equipment.
- Interfaces with the ASCO 5705
- Eight-Device Annunciator to provide real-time email messages, remote alarms and Internet access to critical power
- information and controls.
- Backed by the technology, support and service of ASCO Power
- Technologies, developer of virtually every major technological advance in the critical power switching industry.
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ASCO 5101 Engine Start Monitoring System
Monitor Backup Generator Start Signals and Prevent Outages
An NEC®-compliant engine-generator starts automatically when it receives a start signal from an automatic transfer switch. If signalling wires are damaged, an engine will not receive the start signal needed to begin supplying mission-critical power. Without Engine Start Circuit monitoring and control, facility operators will never know when wiring is compromised, placing the facility at risk of an outage.