Electronic governor option

  • 13-Apr-2015 03:30 EDT

Kohler Engines has introduced an electronic governor as a new option on the company’s Command PRO horizontal shaft gasoline-powered engines. The new feature monitors and electronically controls engine speed to deliver optimum performance under varying loads. Kohler’s electronic governor allows for a maximum power greater than that offered through a mechanical control system. The engine’s frequency range is also tightened by the governor, meaning less variation in rpm under continuous power conditions. The technically advanced control system helps to fine-tune engine performance in a variety of utility and construction equipment. 

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