The Electric Generator is a typical large-capacity power generator. It is driven by a generic turbine which provides the input power. It is connected to a large power grid via a circuit breaker. The generator features include the exciter, power factor controller, and power controller. The power controller operates in 3 control modes: manual, droop and MW. During startup, closing of the circuit breaker to connect to the grid can be done manually or by an auto-synch system. A protective system for faults such as low/high voltage, loss of phase, etc. is also provided.