How to distinguish the power of portable diesel generator sets

Author reminds you that the power distinction of portable diesel generator sets

## Power calculation of portable diesel generator set 1. 1 horsepower = 735 watts = 0.735 kilowatts
2. 1 metric horsepower (horsepower) = 0.73549875 kilowatts
3. 1 kilowatt = 1.3596216173039 metric horsepower (horsepower)
4. The English abbreviation of horsepower is horsepower (Imperial horsepower), which is a commonly used abbreviation for Japanese and Korean cars, but there is also a concept of metric horsepower, which is the horsepower symbol we often see on European cars: PS
5. 1Hp=745.7W=33,000 feet*lb/min
6. 1Hp (Imperial horsepower) = 0.746 kilowatts (KW)
7. 1Ps (metric horsepower) = 0.735 kilowatts (KW)
8. Imperial horsepower (hp) is defined as: a horse pulling a 200-pound (lb) object 165 feet (ft) in one minute, multiplied by 33,000 ft-lb/min; and metric horsepower (PS) is defined as a horse pulling a 75 kg object 60 meters in one minute, which is multiplied to 4500 kg-m/min. ## Parameters of portable diesel generator set power

The five powers of apparent power, active power, rated power, maximum power and economic power often give everyone a headache, and many people will confuse their definitions. Here we help you sort out the relationship between these five powers and help you understand. 1. The unit of apparent power is KVA, which is used to express the capacity of transformers and UPS in my country.
2. The active power is 0.8 times the apparent power, and the unit is KW. It is used in power generation equipment and electrical equipment in my country.
3. The rated power of the portable diesel generator set refers to the power that can run continuously for 12 hours.
4. The maximum power is 1.1 times the rated power, but only 1 hour of use is allowed within 12 hours.
5. The economic power is 0.75 times of the rated power, which is the output power of the portable diesel generator set that can run for a long time without time limit. When running at this power, the fuel economy is the most economical and the failure rate is the lowest.

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