Diesel generator | Introduction | Definition
A generator is a mechanical device that converts other forms of energy into electrical energy.
A diesel generator is a combination of a diesel engine and a generator (usually an alternator) to generate electricity. Diesel compression ignition engines are generally designed to run on fuel oil, but there are types that are suitable for use with other liquid fuels or natural gas.
A diesel generator is a small power generation equipment, which refers to a power machine that uses diesel as fuel and uses a diesel engine as the prime mover to drive the generator to generate electricity. The whole set is generally composed of diesel engine, generator, control box, fuel tank, storage battery for starting and control, protection device, emergency cabinet and other components. It can be used for daily power generation and emergency power generation in various households, offices, large, medium and small enterprises.