Porter-Cable PCI5000 user manual

User manual for the device Porter-Cable PCI5000

Device: Porter-Cable PCI5000
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Date of adding : 2014-11-21 12:50:35
Number of pages: 92
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GENERATOR
AND ENGINE
Generador y Motor
Gerador e Motor
Instruction manual
Manual de instrucciones
Manual de instruções
www.deltaportercable.com
INSTRUCTIVO DE OPERACIÓN, CENTROS
DE SERVICIO Y PÓLIZA DE GARANTÍA.
LÉASE ESTE INSTRUCTIVO
ANTES DE USAR EL PRODUCTO.
PCI2200
PCI2800
PCI5000

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SAFETY GUIDELINES - ImpORTANT SAFETY DEFINITIONS INSTRUCTIONS This manual contains information DANGER: Carbon monoxide. that is important for you to know Using an engine indoors can kill you and understand. This information in minutes. Engine exhaust contains relates to protecting YOUR SAFETY high levels of carbon monoxide (CO), and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT a poisonous gas you cannot see or PROBLEMS. To help you recognize smell. You may be breathing CO even this information, we use the

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Save theSe inStructionS DANGER: RISK OF ELECTROCUTION AND FIRE WhAT CAN hAppEN hOW TO pREVENT IT • Back feeding electricity thr ough • Never backfeed electricity thr ough a building’s electrical system a structure's electrical system. to the outside utility feed lines could endanger repair persons attempting to restore service. • A t t e m p t i n g t o c o n n e c t t o t h e • T o connect to a structur e's elec- incoming utility service could trical sy

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• A t t e m p t i n g t o u s e t h e u n i t w h e n • Do not operate generator with it has been damaged, or when it mechanical or electrical prob- is not functioning normally could l e m . C o n t a c t a C u s t o m e r C a r e result in fire or electrocution. Center at (888)-848-5175. • R e m o v a l o f g u a r d i n g c o u l d e x p o s e • Do not operate generator with electrically charged components protective guarding removed. and result

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DANGER: RISK TO BREAThING (Asphyxiation) WhAT CAN hAppEN hOW TO pREVENT IT • B r e a t h i n g e x h a u s t f u m e s c a n c a u s e • NEVER use an engine inside se ri ous injury or death! Engine homes, garages, crawlspaces, exhaust contains high levels of or other partly enclosed areas. carbon monoxide (CO), a poison- Deadly levels of carbon mon- ous gas you cannot see or smell. oxide can build up in these Y o u m a y b e b r e a t h i n g C O e

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WARNING: RISK FROm mOVING pARTS WhAT CAN hAppEN hOW TO pREVENT IT • T h e e n g i n e c a n s t a r t a c c i d e n t a l l y • A l w a y s d i s c o n n e c t t h e s p a r k p l u g if the flywheel is turned by hand or before performing maintenance. moved by pulling on the pull starter. • M o v i n g p a r t s s u c h a s t h e p u l l e y , • N e v e r o p e r a t e t h e g e n e r a t o r flywheel and belt can cause seri- with guards or cover

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® • Any gasoline operated house- • Always use an UL listed volt- hold generator can produce age sensitive surge protector voltage variations causing dam- to connect voltage sensitive age to voltage sensitive appli- appliances (TV, computer, ste- ® ances or could result in fire. reo, etc.). Failure to use a UL listed voltage surge protector will void the warranty on your generator. NOTICE: A multiple outlet strip is not a surge protec- ® tor. Make sure you use an UL listed voltag

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GENERATOR COmpONENTS L. Oil Fill Dip Stick (FIG 1) M. Carbur etor Bowl Drain N. Set Thr ottle Contr ol A. Engine O. Low Oil Shut Down B. Alternator C. Contr ol Panel P . Carbur etor Bowl D. Fuel Cap Q. Choke Lever E. Fuel Tank hOT SURFACES (FIG 2) F. Fuel Gauge R. V alve Cover G. Fuel Shut Off Valve S. Exhaust ENGINE COmpONENTS (FIG 2) T. Spark Plug U. Muffler (not shown) H. Crank Shaft PTO I. Air Filter V . Cylinder Head J. Recoil Pull Start K. Oil Drain 1 D E F G I

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T 2 S R V N h Q p I m L O j K CONTROL pANEL LAYOUT 3 Z (FIG 3) W. Twistlock Receptacle X. Ground Nut Y. Voltage Selector Switch Z. Engine On/Off Switch AA. Main Breaker BB BB. Duplex Receptacle CC. 220V Receptacle AA x pCI2200-B3 9- ENG

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AA Z Z AA Y 3a 3d Y BB BB W W x PCI5000-B3 x pCI2800-B3 pCI5000-B3 AA Z 3b 3e AA Z CC CC x PCI5000-B2 PCI2800-B2 x pCI2800-B2 pCI5000-B2 Z Z AA AA 3c 3f CC CC 50 Hz 50 Hz x pCI2800-AR x pCI5000-AR 10- ENG

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pRODUCT SpECIFICATIONS model pCI2200-B3 Alternator Type 110V, 2 Pole AVR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 2200 Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 2000 Rated Curr ent (A) 18 A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 60 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *6.5 Displacement (CC) 196 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 4.8 (18) Oil Capacity (L) 0.6 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignite

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model pCI2800-B3 Alternator Type 120V/240V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 3600 Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 3500 Rated Curr ent (A) 31/15A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 60 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *8 Displacement (CC) 242 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel Re

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model pCI2800-B2 Alternator Type 220V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 2800 Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 2700 Rated Curr ent (A) 13A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 50 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *8 Displacement (CC) 242 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel Regular,

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model pCI2800-AR Alternator Type 220V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 2800 VA max Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 2530 V A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 50 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *8 Displacement (CC) 242 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel Regular, unleaded gas

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model pCI5000-B3 Alternator Type 120V/240V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 6500 Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 5200 Rated Curr ent (A) 42/21 A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 60 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *13 Displacement (CC) 389 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel

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model pCI5000-B2 Alternator Type 220V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 5200 Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 4800 Rated Curr ent (A) 21 A Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 50 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *13 Displacement (CC) 389 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel Regular

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model pCI5000-AR Alternator Type 220V AC 2 Pole A VR Excitation Brushed Max AC Output (W atts) 5200 V A max. Rated AC Output (W atts) continuous 4140 VA Phase Single Fr equency (HZ) 50 Engine Horse Power (*Gr oss HP) *13 Displacement (CC) 389 Fuel T ank Capacity gal (L) 6.6 (25) Oil Capacity (L) 1.1 Recommended Oil See Oil Recommendations Low Oil Shutdown Yes Starting system Recoil Type Air cooled, 4 cycle single cylinder, spark ignited Fuel Regular, unleaded

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

When a long extension cord is used ASSEmBLY to connect an appliance or tool to the GROUNDING ThE GENERATOR generator, a voltage drop occurs. The longer the cord, the greater the voltage A grounding nut (X, Fig. 3) is supplied drop. This results in less voltage being with the generator for use when required supplied to the appliance or tool and by local electrical ordinances. Your increases the amount of current (amp) local electric company or a certified draw or reduces performance. A

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10 A 8.0 5.0 3.1 2.1 100 Foot 15 A 12.0 7.5 4.7 3.2 30.5 m 20 A 16.0 10.0 6.2 4.2 30 A 24.0 15.0 9.3 6.3 10 A 12.0 7.5 4.7 3.2 150 Foot 15 A 18.0 11.3 7.0 4.7 45.7 m 20 A 24.0 15.0 9.3 6.3 30 A 36.0 22.5 14.0 9.5 ACCESSORIES ASSEmBLY Wheel Kit Assembly (pCI5000 only) Accessories available for generators include content shown in Fig 4. CAUTION: Risk from Lifting. The NOTE: Two people are needed for these generator may be too heavy to be lifted installations. Install the wheel kit b

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See To Check Oil under Maintenance Then slide the two washers (DD) for instructions. on each end of the axle and secure with cotter pins (FF), bend one side Add fuel to generator (FIG. 1, 5) of cotter pins. WARNING: Risk of explosion or 5 . P l a c e t h e g e n e r a t o r u p r i g h t s o i t i s fire. Gasoline vapor is highly flammable. resting on the wheels and stands. Refuel outdoors preferably or only in handle Kit Assembly well-ventilated areas. Do not refuel or c


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