We're arranging a music event where we're going to drive a few speakers and a dj controller. We've been trying to find a generator that would work and so far we only have access to three. All three generators are of the classic kind, they do not have inverters. The output is connected directly to the alternator.
The most likely candidate right now is a Honda ECMT 7000. It has an RMS of 6500 in triplephase which is more than enough for us.
Our issue is interference and voltage spikes. We're afraid that the generator could spike and break our equipment that will be connected through a power central 220v that converts triplephase to singlephase.
I've tried to search the web for an answer and everybody says different things. Half of the posts I see say it's fine and they've been doing it for years while the second half says it'll definitely fry the electronics.
What do you guys think? More specs on the generators and audio can be sent on request. The power is not an issue, we already know that. We're worried about the spikes.
Would the fuses in the central and some standard EU socket voltage protectors be fine?