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Sunray Power Company
Sunray Power Company
Power generation
Mppt Portable Generator 500w without Panel image
A MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) portable generator is a device that can efficiently harvest energy from a renewable source, such as solar panels or wind turbines, and convert it into electrical power.
Sunray Power Company
Sunray Power Company
Power generation
Mppt Portable Generator 1000w without Panel image
A MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) portable generator is a device that can generate electricity from various sources, including solar panels, wind turbines, and hydroelectric systems.
Damungu Zambia
Damungu Zambia
Solar and Renewable
Solar Generator  image
A portable 20W Solar generator for outdoor lighting. This generator is equipped to handle DC 5V and DC 12V outputs. It features a power switch and ports for appliances.
Tractorzam Ltd
Tractorzam Ltd
Power generation
Ag90  90kv Genset  Open Skid Generator  image
Electrical systems must work without interruptions when human lives, safety and continuous production are at stake. If the power grid fails, the power station must step up immediately. Power your project with this 90kVA AGCO generator. Special attention has been paid to the usability of all the genset operations. The vast array of control functions are easily accessed through InteliLite and intelligent control units. The Control units also have the option of remote control operations, including mobile devices.


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In electricity generation, a generator is a device that converts motive power into electrical power for use in an external circuit. There are a number of companies in Zambia that offer efficient and reliable petrol, diesel and electric-powered generators which are suitable for a wide selection of uses, ranging from small domestic to large institutional applications.

Top brands available in Zambia include but not limited to Cummins, Kipor, Pramac, Dayliff, Ryobi, Briggs & Stratton, Sportsman, DuroMax, Honda, Generac, Lowe's and Champion.

Whether you’re preparing for emergency power, looking to run a construction site, or have recreational use in mind, you need to consider a few factors when buying a portable generator.

  • What do you need to power - Ask yourself what you will need to power during an electrical outage? Is it just appliances and lights? Computers and home electronics? If you need a generator for jobsite or recreational usage, list out the appliances or equipment you will want to use at the same time.
  • Determine what it takes to start each appliance - Ensure you’ll be able to start (not simply run) your appliances. The “starting wattage” is the amount of wattage needed to start an appliance with a motor; and it may be two to three times the wattage required to run the appliance. If you have owner’s manuals, check for your appliances’ listed start-up wattages (vs. the running wattage or the rated wattage).
  • Calculate your total power needs - It’s a two-part equation. First, add up all the “running wattage” for all the items you wish to power simultaneously. This equals the total running watts your generator needs to produce simply to run your equipment. Next, add to that total the highest of the “starting wattages” you wrote down in step 2, above. Now you know how much power you need to start and run your appliances and equipment!