2020 Atlas Copco QAS 330 JD T4F Generator Set
JD Tier 4 Final, turbo charged, intercooled, six-cylinder, liquid-cooled diesel engine provides ample power to operate the
generator continuously at full-load.
Meets all US EPA, CARB and Environment Canada exhaust legislations with Tier 4 Final compliance. The engine utilizes a Selective
Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) to meet final Tier 4 emissions. All functionality of the engine is controlled
automatically on the controller.
The engine has the capability to start the generator at 14°F (-10°C) with standard glow-plug aid. Cold start options are available for machine
starting for down to -13°F (-25°C).
The 385 Gal (1457L) fuel tank is sufficiently sized to operate the unit at full-load condition for long run times (see the Technical Data table for
The engine operates on a 24V negative ground electrical system with a charging alternator and lockable battery cutoff switch.
The cooling system is suitably designed for continuous operation in ambient conditions up to 122°F (50°C), with canopy door closed
Qc 4003 Controller Benefits:
Modular Plant Capacity The Qc 4003 controller allows up to 32 generators to be coupled in parallel to fit the power requirement
of any application.Remote communication capability The Qc 4003 supports serial communication protocols including Modbus (RS-485, USB, and TCP/IP)
and Profibus allowing you to supervise and control your genset/plant remotely.User friendly rental interface Rental companies will benefit from the standardized user interfaces. The controller has been designed
with ease of operation in mind, and rental companies can easily set and lock parameters to ensure full
protection of their equipment.Available Modes: Island mode - Power plant with synchronizing generators or a stand-alone generator. Also applicable in
critical power plants. Automatic Mains Failure - Critical power/emergency standby plants, black start generator. Fixed power - Power plant with fixed kW set point (including building load). Peak shaving - Power plant where generator supplies peak load demand paralleled to the mains. Load takeover - Plant mode where the load is moved from mains to generator, for example peak
demand periods or periods with risk of power outages. Mains power export - Power plant with fixed kW set point (excluding building load). Remote maintenance - Used when the generator must supply the load while a distribution transformer
is disconnected for service.* All modes are configurable, and it is possible to change the plant mode on the fly both in single and in
power management app
The Leroy Somer LSA alternators are designed for heavy duty continuous applications, with marine winding protection and Leroy Somer’s
AREP excitation system.
• AREP Excitation for superior motor starting capabilities
• Marine grade (relative humidity >95%) protection
• External multi-voltage selector switch (3 – position)
• 4 pole brushless design with single bearing, Class H insulation and IP23 rating
• Voltage regulation +/- 0.5%
• Full Load acceptance of prime power rating
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