Yes, commercial mobile generators
are usually equipped with voltage protection devices. The voltage protection device is one of the important components of the generator, used to monitor and adjust the output voltage of the generator to ensure voltage stability and compliance with the specified range.
Commercial mobile generators may experience voltage fluctuations or abnormal situations during operation, such as overvoltage or undervoltage. These situations may cause damage to the generator or affect the normal operation of electrical equipment. Therefore, in order to protect generators and electrical equipment, commercial mobile generators are usually equipped with voltage protection devices.
There are various types of voltage protection devices, including automatic voltage regulators, voltage stabilizers, overvoltage protectors, etc. These devices can monitor the output voltage of the generator and adjust it as needed to ensure voltage stability. In case of abnormal situations, the voltage protection device can automatically cut off the connection between the generator and the power grid to prevent damage to the generator and electrical equipment.