The SELCO H2000 Engine Controller is a compact microprocessor based unit capable of controlling and protecting almost any kind of combustion engine which is used for driving an AC generator.
To start and stop the engine the H2000 will control the fuel valve and the crank through build-in relay outputs.
The start sequence can be initiated automatically by an external contact signal or manually by pushing the large green button located on the front of the unit. The H2000 will operate the crank until the engine reaches about 30% of nominal revolution, or until the preconfigured crank time is exceeded, in which case the H2000 will pause before it issues a second and third start attempt. The H2000 is able to determine engine speed through the frequency of the AC voltage output connected directly to the unit.
Thirteen bright LEDs will indicate the operational status which includes functional parameters as well as shut down alarm conditions. Parameters like number of start attempts and time sequences are programmable through 24 programming switches located on the rear side of the unit.
The H2000 is intended for flush mounting with standard measurements of 96 x 96 x 70 mm.