HIMOINSA expands its HTW series
A new HTW 2555 model has been incorporated, which meets the specifications required for Data Center. The current HTW 2415 model has now also received the DCP (Data Center Power) declaration
Equipped with a Mitsubishi engine, the new HTW 2555 generator set provides 2,555 kVA in Prime Power (PRP) and Data Center Power (DCP), reaching 2,816 kVA in stand-by. This model will be available with MECC-ALTE alternator, and on request with STAMFORD alternator.
The engine manufacturer points out that the S16R2 PTAW2-E model is prepared to operate in PRP for a limited number of 500 hours per year. This new generator set HTW 2555 is primarily intended for emergency and critical power installations such as Data Centers. It also meets the specifications laid down by the Uptime Institute.
Similarly, the DCP power declaration has been validated for the already existing HTW 2415 model, which can operate in PRP, ESP and DCP. Just like the previous model, this model cannot exceed 500 hours per year in PRP.
Revision ISO 8528- 1:
Following the revision of the ISO 8528-1, all data sheets contain the changes required in terms of the power declaration.
DDC ā is now renamed as DCP | Data Center Continuous Power