Greetings from central Maine everyone; first post here. I recently purchased a 28 kw genset with a 3-cylinder Deutz diesel engine and a Lima SER alternator. The unit appears to be mint and the alternator is built like a russian tank. It has six field segments and 12 wires coming out of the stator, so it can be wired in a plethora of ways. Currently, I have it wired as a low voltage wye config., 3 - Ø which produces 120V between neutral and L1, 2 and 3, and 208V between L1, 2, and 3. I really would like it to put out the full 28KW in 120/240V, single-phase. The manual lists 3 possible single-phase configs; a low-voltage delta, which only puts out 120V between L1 and L2 (acceptable, but not ideal); a 240V zig-zag which mimics a regular house entrance schema, and a high-voltage, 480V zig-zag, which is useless to me. My question is this: can either of the single-phase configs yield the full 28KW? My imperfect understanding after researching is that wiring a 3 Ø generator to single-phase limits the output to about half it's rated capacity, but it appears from the schematics that in both the relevant single-phase configs, all 6 stator segments are wired into the circuit. Thank you in advance for any light shed. I can provide more info if needed.