403D-07G

403D-07G

Overview

The Perkins 403 range of electric power (EP) engines delivers the same compact benefits of its 2 cylinder stablemate, but takes a stride forward in terms of noise, refinement and power. The 3 cylinder range offers excellent power density and superb fuel economy and is designed to meet your power generation needs in both unregulated territories where extreme conditions are likely, and higher regulated territories with more stringent emissions standards.

The 403D-07G Electro Unit is one of the smallest engines offered by Perkins and provides ultra-compact, lightweight power. It's designed to meet EU Stage IIIA/U.S. EPA Tier 4 interim emissions standards.

Specifications

Units: 
Gross Mechanical Output 5.5-7.4 kWm
Typical Electrical Output 5.6-7.7 kVA (4.5-6.1 kWe)
Emissions EU Stage IIIA/U.S. EPA Tier 3
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Benefits & Features

Compact and flexible

When you need power and reliability in a compact application, you can trust the 400 Series EP engines to deliver. Our engineers have carefully designed every component to minimise space. This can come in particularly handy in higher regulated territories where you need to consider size and space for aftertreatment solutions. Some models in the series also offer the convenience of switching between engine speeds and electrical frequencies to match your application and territory perfectly.

Efficient, quiet and powerful

The pressure on end users to reduce the fuel consumption of their machinery favours the 3 cylinder 403. Its power density, durability, fuel efficiency and quiet operation set it apart from similar sized competitors' engines. The 403 range's quiet operation makes it an excellent option where noise is a concern, particularly if you're operating in urban areas.

Lower operating costs

The reliability of the 403 range, its uncomplicated indirect injection fuel system, ease of installation and warranty offering all combine to keep your ownership costs to a minimum. As the 400 Series is built on a common engine platform, you can also upgrade easily and affordably.

  May 31, 2022

Specifications

Units: 
Total Power Range
Gross Mechanical Output 5.5-7.4 kWm
Typical Electrical Output 5.6-7.7 kVA (4.5-6.1 kWe)
Rated Speed 1500/1800/3000 rpm
50 Hz Typical Electrical Output
Prime 5.6 kVA
Standby 6.1 kVA
60 Hz Typical Electrical Output
Prime 5.6 kWe
Standby 6.1 kWe
Emission Standards
Emissions EU Stage IIIA/U.S. EPA Tier 3
General
Number of Cylinders 3 inline
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Compression Ratio 23.5:1
Aspiration Naturally aspirated
Combustion System Indirect injection
Rotation from Flywheel End Anti-clockwise
Cooling System Liquid
Aftertreatment -
Typical Alternator Efficiency 83.2-84.3%
Switchable No
ElectropaK Dimensions
Length
Width
Height
Dry Weight
Disclaimer
Note 1 *Final dimensions dependent on selected options
Note 2 ESE (1800 rpm - Certified model) only - Emergency Stationary Equipment
Definitions
Prime Power Power available at variable load in lieu of a main power network. Overload of 10% is permitted for one hour in every 12 hours of operation.
Standby Power Power available at variable load in the event of a main power network failure. No overload is permitted.

Benefits & Features

Compact and flexible

When you need power and reliability in a compact application, you can trust the 400 Series EP engines to deliver. Our engineers have carefully designed every component to minimise space. This can come in particularly handy in higher regulated territories where you need to consider size and space for aftertreatment solutions. Some models in the series also offer the convenience of switching between engine speeds and electrical frequencies to match your application and territory perfectly.

Efficient, quiet and powerful

The pressure on end users to reduce the fuel consumption of their machinery favours the 3 cylinder 403. Its power density, durability, fuel efficiency and quiet operation set it apart from similar sized competitors' engines. The 403 range's quiet operation makes it an excellent option where noise is a concern, particularly if you're operating in urban areas.

Lower operating costs

The reliability of the 403 range, its uncomplicated indirect injection fuel system, ease of installation and warranty offering all combine to keep your ownership costs to a minimum. As the 400 Series is built on a common engine platform, you can also upgrade easily and affordably.

Standard Equipment

  • Control system
    • 12 volt Electronic Shut Off Solenoid (ESOS) energised to run
    • 12 volt starter motor and 12 volt 14 amp alternator with DC output
    • Glow plug cold start aid and heater/starter switch
    • Oil pressure and coolant temperature switches
  • Cooling system
    • Thermostatically controlled system with belt driven coolant pump and pusher fan
    • Radiator and hoses supplied separately
  • Flywheel and flywheel housing
    • 1500/1800 rpm High inertia flywheel to SAE J620 Size 6½ heavy flywheel housing SAE 5 Long
    • 3000 rpm High inertia flywheel to SAE J620 Size 6½ light flywheel housing SAE 5 Short
  • Fuel system
    • Mechanically governed cassette type fuel injection pump
    • Split element fuel filter
  • General
    • Front and rear engine mounting brackets
  • Oil system
    • Wet steel sump with filler and dipstick
    • Spin-on full flow lubricating oil filter

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