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A complex machinery of any kind needs a user interface to allow its user keep track its machine's operations, check for effective functioning, and intervene when the need arises. Slowing down, overheating, speeding up and other performance of machines vary based on many factors like weather conditions, fatigue, and wear and tear of machine parts and components.

A control panel is displays set which indicate parameters measurement such as current, voltage, and frequency, via meters and gauges. The gauges and meters are placed in a metallic body to protect them from snow or rain. The control panel may be set on the generator's body, usually in small generators. If the panel is mounted on the generator, they are always installed with vibration proof pads which isolate the panel from shocks. The control panels of huge industrial generators are separated totally from the generator and they are usually big enough to stand on their own. The panels may be wall-mounted or shelf-mounted next to the generator.

Control panels of generators are commonly fixed with control switches and buttons which are used in operating the generator like a turn-on key or switch-off button. One thing about these switches and gauges is that, they are typically grouped based on functionality. Thus, making the control panel user-friendly and safe for use, as it reduces the chances of the generator operator to accidentally select the wrong panel control. Now imagine you trying to switch off a vibrating generator with a spring-loaded lever very late in the night, I bet you will surely value the switch on the control panel.

The control panel has now develop into a complex piece of electronics having a microprocessor that uses the input from sensors to return information to the machine to manage its operation. These information could be low or high oil pressure, under speed or over speed, and temperature indicating overheating. A heat sensor usually in a generator, detects heat buildup in the body of the generator, and it passes this to the microprocessor in the control panel. The microprocessor will after take necessary measures to normalize the machine's performance even if, for instance, the temperature of the coolant is too high or the oil pressure is too low, causing heat buildup. In industrial circumstances, the need for control panels' functionality is becoming so important day after day. The microprocessor is fixed in the machine's circuitry located inside the control panel, and it is programmed to accept and understand input from the sensor and respond to such input with the control rules programmed into it.

Automatic mains failure (AMF) panels – also referred to as automatic transfer switch (ATS)panels – make the power switch to emergency standby generators in the event of a significant loss of mains power or total blackout.

A light tower is a piece of mobile equipment which has one or more high-intensity electric lamps and a mast. Almost always, the lights are attached to the mast, which is attached to a trailer, with a generator set to power the lamps.

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