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    Tra Chang (Kubota) Diesel Generator 6.5KV for sale

    Only 1,200 hours runtime. In excellent condition. This is a true workhorse, reliable, always starts, runs very stable even on high loads. Has a new start battery and comes with small solar panel to keep battery fully charged. I'm relocating and don't need it anymore. Price Baht 30,000 (new price Baht 65,000).

    Contact me with PM or on captainpaulvandriel@gmail.com for pictures.

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    So, how to connect the 6,500 V to the house installation that use 380/220V (400/230)? It will need a transformer...

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    Generally houses don't have 380V installations but 230V/50Hz. It's pretty obvious that the generator is designed for that purpose. Any more questions in the category "How can I make a turtle run like a hare?"?

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    Sorry, you did not get the joke:
    You wrote "generator 6.5KV" - for high voltage 6,500V? That's obviously you do not have otherwise you would need a transformer to connect it to a network 220V (230V) which is a part of a three-phase network 380/220V (400/230V).

    But you obviously have a generator 6.5 kW, of a power output 6,500 W, which can be 1-phase 220V (230V) or 3-phase 380/230V. Of course 50Hz if it is not from USA and if the diesel engine will maintain the correct speed of the generator in a certain limit to get the 50Hz (plus/minus).

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