Frazer offers two 120 VAC power systems for your Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Vehicle to choose from: the Cummins Onan Gasoline Engine Generator or the MEPS (Mobile Electronics Power Solutions) Generator.
Determining which power option is the best choice for your agency ultimately depends upon your needs. We’ve compiled a list of the TOP 12 Things to Consider (per our customers):
Power System Options:
|2||Spare Generator Cost||$4,500||$4,350|
|3||Annual Estimated Fuel Cost||$2,500||Negligible|
|4||Annual Preventative Maintenance Cost||$1,000||$250|
|5||Average Annual Cost of Ownership (4 yr)||$7,125||$4,625|
|6||Preventative Maintenance Intervals||@150 hr||up to 2,500 hrs|
|7||Annual Preventative Maintenance Downtime||~8 hours||4 hours or less|
|8||Independent from Chassis Engine||Yes||No|
|9||Frazer 12 VDC Fail-safe Backup||Yes||Yes|
|11||Average Lifespan||7-10k hrs||Up to 16k hrs|
|12||Warranty||2 yrs/2000 hrs||1 yr|
Still Have Questions?
Still have questions? Contact us today at (888) FRAZER1.
Check out these videos pulled from our archives that talk more about Frazer’s two EMS vehicle power options.
- FrazerCast – How to Power All You Could Want with the Onan (Without Headaches of Relying on the Truck Chassis)
- Frazer Presents: An Introduction to the MEPS Power Option
- How Frazer Integrates the MEPS Power Option into your Unit
- How to Understand Your MEPS Power System (Without Power Concerns)
- Frazer Presents: MEPS Frequently Asked Questions with Mike