Island operation

Island mode operation relates to power plants that operate in isolation from the national or local electricity distribution network.

There are two key types of island mode operation:

  • Stand-alone generators not connected to the electricity grid
  • Generators connected to the electricity grid in parallel mode, meaning they can generate power independently in the event of a grid power outage

Supply to consumers: with an option to choose between 50 and 60 Hz drive, these types of plants are typical of basic installations and mobile generator sets.

Island Operation (1)

Fire pump drive meets VDS Germany regulations: this application is often used for emergency power plants, because all units are able to handle fire pump mode and wire break monitored inputs.

Can I help you?

  • 04 Bsu

    Badrinarayanan Suresh

    Vice President, Standard Business

    +45 9614 9654 |
}