You may be better off to take it to a machine shop and have them weld it up then turn it back down to spec. I have a spare flywheel that I'm going to be using for a project and I can tell you they are crazy expensive when you can find one.
If you absolutely have to access it via another network you can setup a RaspberryPi using the graphical version of RPi OS. You'd use the RPi's WIFI to connect to the generator controller and its LAN connector to connect to your main network. You would use a remote desktop app to view the...
Unfortunately I don't have anything to share since I've not had the opportunity to look at the stator wiring myself.
I expect if anyone can do it a good motor shop can. Be sure to let us know if they figure it out.
I don't recommend them at all. What I received from them was not what was promised. The photos they sent were not of the engine I received even though they said it was. Parts had been recently removed. I paid way too much for what I got.
I would recommend a generator of the right type and size to do the job.
Paralleling two 804s then using them as single phase is not optimal. If you go with the advised derating you will be around 16kw continuous out of two generators. I'm sure you can find a civilian generator in the 20kw...
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