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Intelligent Solar Technology THE FUSION PULSE SYSTEM from groundhog


Highly effi cient 130amp power AGM battery is charged via intelligent solar power system built in controller and backed up by an on-board power silenced generator – ensures optimum performance is maintained when in use and unmanned.


Solar Panel


Generator NOT needed for the operation of LED lights and heating system


12V Battery


Generator back-up


The units are powered by solar technology, with generator backup, charging the 12V battery.


This allows the LED lighting, diesel powered heating system and inverter powered electrical sockets to be operational and also dispenses warm water in toilet and canteen


12V Inverter


Powered Sockets


12V Sockets USB Connectors


12V LED Lighting


Heater System (Diesel


Powered) Dispenses


Warm Water for Handwash


Roof mounted solar panels


– all without the need for the generator to be running.*


Reduced


generator run time UP TO 80%


Reduced fuel costs


UP TO 80%


emission savings UP TO 80%


CO2


LOW NOISE POLLUTION


Inverter powered socket


LED PIR lighting throughout


If you would like more information on how the FUSION PULSE SYSTEM can save you money, please get in touch:


Tel 01639 823484 Email sales@genquip.co.uk www.groundhog.co.uk


Mobile Units have obtained type approval with VCA


* The generator only needs to be running to power the following: Mobile units: Microwave, kettle and hot water system; Static units (with chemical toilet): Microwave, kettle and hot water system; Static units (with eco full fl ush toilet): Microwave and kettle only.


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