GC 250

Despite the compact dimensions, GC250 includes the main engine and alternator protections like oil pressure, coolant temperature, frequency, voltage, current, power and fuel level.

The same controller can be used for electronic engines with CAN interface J1939 and MTU MDEC protocols, and MPU engines (non-electronic) as well.

Configuring the inputs, outputs and protections, GC250 can be easily adapted to suit a wide range of applications.

GC250 offers a wide, graphic display 128 x 64 pixels providing icons for alarms/warning and for signalling the status of the engine, controller and data logs as well.

All the parameters can be set directly by the controller’s keyboard or, alternatively using the free software tool (BoardPRG3), available from SICES’ website.

  • AUTO-START and AMF (Automatic Mains Failure) controller for single gensets.
  • Large LCD display with LED backlight and icons.
  • Compact dimensions.
  • 3 Phases mains (utility) sensing.
  • 3 Phases generator sensing.
  • 3 x CTs inputs.
  • True RMS measurements: kW, kVA, kVAr, pf, kWh (phase & total).
  • 4 Configurable digital inputs.
  • 3 Configurable analogue inputs + 1 (shared with a digital input) + 1 for D+.
  • Interface for traditional and J1939 engines.
  • USB serial port for configuration and FW update.
  • Data recording: 64 Events log, 64 (slow) + 42 (fast) periodical recordings.
  • Remote start and stop.
  • Embedded horn alarm.
  • Real Time Clock with internal rechargeable Lithium battery.
  • Periodical test.
  • Free configuration software BoardPRG3.

Engine protections

  • Fuel reserve.
  • Min./Max. fuel level.
  • Min./Max. battery voltage.
  • Min./Max. oil pressure and temperature.
  • Min./Max. coolant temperature.
  • Max. power (32).
  • Closing failure of mains contactor or genset contactor.
  • Engine over crank.
  • Over speed from generator frequency
  • Belt breakage.
  • Operating conditions not reached.
  • Emergency Stop.

Generator protections

  • Underfrequency (81U).
  • Overfrequency (81O).
  • Undervoltage (27).
  • Overvoltage (59).
  • Time dependent overcurrent (51).
  • Instantaneous overcurrent (50).
  • Phases sequence (47).
  • Currents and voltages unbalance (46/47).

Mains protections

  • Min./Max. mains voltage (27/59).
  • Min./Max. mains frequency (81U/81O).
  • Mains failure.

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