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Loncin - Petrol Generator - Electric Start - LC10000D-S - 8kW

Loncin - Petrol Generator - Electric Start - LC10000D-S - 8kW

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Market leading Loncin LC10000D-AS framed generator set is powered by a strong commercial grade Loncin LC193F 459cc single cylinder 4 stroke forced cooling OHV engine. It's efficient, environmentally friendly and is housed in a sturdy frame weighing 88kg and offering a up to 8 hours continuous operation on a single tank.


It has a rated power of 7300W and a max power of 8000W plus a starting power of 10000W and supplies high quality electric power meeting professional and high-end power demand.



  • Loncin 459cc single cylinder, 4 stroke, forced cooling OHV engine
  • Maximum power of 8000W and Rated power 7300W
  • 30L fuel tank which offers an excellent run time of +- 8h on a single tank
  • 1.1L (1100ml) Oil capacity with low oil alert
  • Portable, only 88kg
  • Dimensions - L681mm x W546mm x H550mm
  • Low emissions with a Low noise level of only 78dBA @7m
  • DC 12V 8.3A output for recharging batteries
  • 1 x 32A 230V commando socket and 2x 32A 115V commando socket
  • Auto Voltage Regulator (AVR) protection for use with sensitive electronic items.
  • LCD hour meter
  • MCB overload protection



1 Year T's & C's Apply.


Lead Time:

1 - 3 Days.

An electric starter on a generator is generally considered better than a recoil starter for several reasons:


An electric starter is more convenient and easier to use than
a recoil starter.


An electric starter is also safer than a recoil starter because it eliminates the need to pull a cord, which can sometimes cause injuries or accidents.


Electric starters are generally more reliable than recoil starters because they use an electric motor to turn the generator’s engine, which ensures a consistent and reliable start every time.


An electric starter typically requires less maintenance than a recoil
starter because it is a self-contained unit that does not need to be manually rewound or have the cord replaced.

An automatic transfer switch (ATS) is a device that is commonly used with a standby generator to automatically switch the power source from the utility power grid to the generator during a power outage or other disruption in power supply.

The ATS constantly monitors the incoming power supply and when a disruption is detected, it automatically disconnects the utility power and connects the generator power to the building or home’s electrical system. The switch also performs the opposite
function, switching back to the utility power when it detects the return of the grid power.

The ATS serves as a critical safety feature because it prevents back feeding power into the utility grid, which can cause electrocution of utility workers trying to restore power.In addition, the ATS helps prevent damage to sensitive equipment in the building that
could be caused by surges or other electrical problems during a power outage.

VFT (Voltage Frequency Tracking) is a technology used in modern generators to regulate the voltage and frequency of power output.

It constantly monitors and adjusts the voltage and frequency to keep them within safe and stable ranges, protecting appliances and electronics from damage. VFT also extends the generator’s lifespan by reducing wear and tear, while improving fuel efficiency by optimizing fuel usage.

VFT is an important feature that ensures stability and safety of power output,
making generators a reliable source of electricity in various situations.

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