Inverter generator KS 6000iES ATS has a built-in ATS unit and can be operated both manually and automatically.
The OFF-RUN rotary switch on the right side of the generator combines the fuel tap, the switch for the internal 12V power supply and the ignition switch. When the generator is not in use, it should remain OFF so that the lithium battery installed in the generator does not discharge. The generator comes with a disconnected battery, which must be connected under the left side cover when first used. The battery is recharged by the internal charging module as soon as the generator is running or the 230V voltage comes to the MAINS INPUT (regardless of the position of the rotary switch).
The MAINS INPUT 230V connection is monitored as soon as you set the rotary switch to RUN and switch the ATS SWITCH to ON. If the 230V voltage at the MAINS INPUT fails, the ATS controller starts the generator and switches its 230V output socket to the inverter module.
The KS 6000iES ATS has the CEE 230V 32A socket, which is switched differently depending on the version of the generator.
KS 6000iES ATS Version 1 For individual electricity consumers only
The CEE 230V 32A socket is active when operating from the MAINS INPUT and when operating from the generator.
When operated from the MAINS INPUT, the CEE 230V 32A socket supplies the same system (IT, TN, TT) as MAINS INPUT. The generator must be earthed in TT and TN systems with a copper cable 6-10 mm² (depending on local regulations) by connecting its earth screw to the same earth bar to which the MAINS 230V power source is earthed. PE contact of socket is connected to generator ground screw.
The CEE 230V 32A socket after switching power to the generator supply only IT system without the grounded neutral conductor. Regulations and protective measures for the IT system must be observed.
With this version of the generator it is possible to supply electricity consumers that can work both in the TN and in the IT system. It is not possible to supply the house completely in automatic mode!
KS 6000iES ATS Version 2 For individual electricity consumers or home backup
The CEE 230V 32A socket is connected to the output of the inverter module and is active only when the generator is running. If necessary, a TN system can be built with the generator. The neutral conductor of the generator inverter module can be grounded externally. PE contact of socket is connected to generator ground screw.
The inverter module has built-in electronic overload and short-circuit protection, and the circuit breaker at the generator output serves as additional protection.
The CEE 230V 32A socket, which is only active when the generator is in operation, enables use in systems where the 230V is not always required, but only when the main power supply fails. The generator's ATS module monitors the 230V voltage at the MAINS INPUT and starts the generator if this is missing.
With this version, an automatic backup power supply for a house, an office, etc. would also be possible.
These instructions can only be taken as a recommendation, are illustrative and must be adapted to the exact local circumstances and conditions during installation. The installation itself should be made by a licensed electrician and in accordance with all local standards and regulations. We take no responsibility for the wrong installations and their consequences.