The first generator chosen, was the Kubota SQ3200, 3 phase 20 Kva, this unit was chosen for its "Super Quiet" noise levels, reliability and world wide service. The unit was built into a container which had been converted to a mobile battery bank with generator backup by Launceston firm Mode Electrical. The system was used to back up a solar power system to supply power to the aid relief hospital in South Sudan
The second generator chosen was the Kubota SQ1150, 1 phase 15 Kva, this unit was chosen for the same reasons but a slightly smaller load application at another hospital. Both units were containerised and shipped to site, where Martin Dingenmanse from Mode travelled to South Sudan to commission and to carry out some training and instruction in the system`s operation on the solar array and the generating sets.