Kinda makes me think this is a controller problem, but as Birken mentioned, the controller is an expansive part. I think it’s in the $600-900 range. I only ever saw one controller failure. The local dealer doesn’t even keep a stock of controllers, maybe only one or two, on the shelf.The scr is
Good now and I’m getting 131-133 volts between L0 and the breaker. I will test exciter voltage this pm, however, when I disconnect my contrived exciter circuit and let the board handle things the voltage goes back down to 55 displayed and
Etween L0 and the breaker. What is oncue? Is there a
Definitive Controller test?
OnCue is Kohlers web monitoring system for their residential generators. It’s a nice system to let you remotely monitor basic things (like on generator or not, and excercise runs and failures). It’s basic, but useful — and free to use with their sets. You just need one of the controllers that supports it.