OAKLAND PARK, F L– MAY 27, 2010 – Global Expedition Vehicles has once again turned to Fischer Panda U.S., www.fischerpanda.com., for a hard working, easily installed, super silent and water-cooled generator for its line of custom-built self-contained Expedition Vehicles.

For its new “Patagonia” Expedition Vehicle #92, www.globalxvehicles.com/patagonia-expedition-vehicle-92-technical/, the Missouri-based Global Expedition Vehicles (GXVs), http://www.globalXvehicles.com, has opted to install Fischer Panda’s PVMV-N 6000 diesel generator which supplies 50 amps of power at 120v because of its low noise level, durability and worldwide serviceability.

Global Expedition Vehicles builds and sells one thing — Off Road Expedition Vehicles.  Using a wide variety of durable off-road chassis and state-of-the-art composite structures, the vehicles are designed to take owners anywhere in the world they want to go, and bring them back.

“You’ll probably run out of World long before you run out of Truck,” said Global Expedition Vehicles president Michael Van Pelt. “While traditional travel vehicles are docked on a 12×12 concrete slab at an RV park, tied to an umbilical cord for survival, our world travel expedition vehicles are miles away.  Our off-road vehicles are parked on secluded beaches in the Mediterranean, or under banana trees in South America, or in someone’s private location (we are not at liberty to disclose) around the world.”

After reviewing several competitive products, Van Pelt said Fischer Panda proved to best suit the rigorous performance and worldwide serviceability requirements for off-road, self-contained expedition vehicles. Last year, the company installed the Fischer Panda AGTPV4000 12v DC generator on the production of newer, larger platform chassis models, including the Western Star and Freightliner.

“We believe Fischer Panda is the best generator on the market that meets the needs of our off-road RVs, which are custom-built to be the ultimate self-contained Expedition Vehicle,” Van Pelt added.

About Fischer Panda
In 1978 in Germany, Fischer Generators developed the quietest diesel generator in the world. That trend towards small, quiet and super efficiency was to continue, and in 1988, Fischer Generators added “Panda” to its brand and introduced its proprietary and water-cooled, asynchronous electric plant. Fischer Panda U.S., which began operations in 1995, is located at 4345 NE 12 Terrace in Oakland Park, Florida. For more information, please call 954-462-2800 or access the company’s web site at www.fischerpanda.com.

efficient. The Fischer Panda generator can cool the stator winding with nearly 100% efficiency due to the unique design of the asynchronous rotor that has no windings, no brushes or diodes. A conventional synchronous generator, on the other hand, can never achieve this level of efficiency because the rotor windings are cooled with air. That same air is very hot and transfers considerable noise. The air also carries humidity and dirt into the windings, which increases the resistance and thereby reduces electrical output.

About Fischer Panda
In 1978 in Germany, Fischer Generators developed the quietest diesel generator in the world. That trend towards small, quiet and super efficiency was to continue, and in 1988, Fischer Generators added “Panda” to its brand and introduced its proprietary and water-cooled, asynchronous electric plant. Fischer Panda U.S., which began operations in 1995, is located at 4345 NE 12 Terrace in Oakland Park, Florida. For more information, please call 954-462-2800 or access the company’s web site at www.fischerpanda.com.