Fidelity Unveils a New Portable Generator with Military Grade Fuel
READING, PA: Fidelity Technologies Corporation –a provider of field support services, simulation and training, military and aerospace manufacturing services to government and department of defense– unveils new man portable generator running on a military grade fuel.
The company’s new offering, Ex-Gen Defender 1.0 is built on an innovative patented technology that enables a carbureted engine to run on military grade JP-8/F-24 fuel without the use of a starting agent. This light weighted generator is designed and rigorously tested with the warfighter in mind. It automatically maintains optimum internal operating temperature for peak performance. Dry weight weighing less than 33lbs, the Ex-Gen Defender provides continuous 900W of AC power within minutes.
With a fuel capacity of 0.6 gallons, the generator operates in critical weather conditions ranging from 0 degrees Fahrenheit to 120 degrees Fahrenheit generating a continuous AC output power of 900W at sea level. It produces an AC voltage output of 120V at 60Hz, and the peak AC output power is 1000W.
“The Ex-GEN DEFENDER 1.0 was specifically designed, built and tested with the warfighter in mind. It’s lightweight and provides hours of continuous, reliable AC power in even the most austere climates.” says David Gulati, President, Fidelity.
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