Mecc Alte to start selling controllers and chargers

14 July 2021

Company to add products to its existing alternator range

In response to power generation becoming “more complex” Mecc Alte is now selling genset controllers and battery chargers alongside its alternators.

The company said it has recognised “the growing need to offer single-source supply” to present versatile solutions for OEMs.

Mecc Alte is now selling genset controllers, pictured, and battery chargers alongside its alternators.

The controllers cover all applications from single set standby, through paralleling systems, up to microgrid controllers with embedded renewables. They feature a powerful PLC environment which allows customers to meet demanding project requirements and with no limit on the number of PLC blocks used.

The new Mecc Alte controllers include the GC250 and GC315 models which are a range of genset controllers suitable for single standby applications, the HS315 hybrid controller which has been designed to allow maximum penetration of renewable energy and the GC400 parallel controller which is suitable for use in gensets working in parallel mode for both emergency and prime power applications. They are made in Europe with a five-year global warranty and built with optional 5G/GPS communication for remote monitoring solutions.

Mario Carraro, CEO of Mecc Alte said: “We are fully behind the trends in the market and our product expansion. We truly believe in providing solutions that make our partner’s life simpler and for this reason we are working on not just simplifying the supply chain but also in offering extra intelligence when the controllers are used in conjunction with a Mecc Alte digital alternator.

“With our expertise in the power generation market, we focus on exceeding customer expectations and have worked with them to offer options on how to interact with all product line-ups, from bare components to complete sub-systems.”

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