27PTO 120/240V 1-PH 540 RPM

MSRP $3,740.00

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Product Features

Starting at 27,600 standby watts, this 27PTO is single phase
with a 540RPM gearcase.
Rugged Design
     Our own WINCO gearcases have proven their strength
     and durability for over 60 years and will keep doing so
     into the future.
Low Harmonic Distortion
     Provides clean power for both farm and home.
Frequency Meter
      A large 3 1/2″ frequency meter ensures the proper output.
Premium Circuit Breakers
     Providing clear and instant identification of a tripped circuit.
Protective PTO Shield
     Safety is always a priority.
5-Wire Anderson Full Power Plug Included
100% Load Tested
     You won’t find statistical sampling here. We load test every
     generator before it leaves our facility.

Additional Information

Standby Watts

27,600

Standby Amps

115 @ 1.0 PF

Continuous Watts

23,500

Continuous Amps

98 @ 1.0 PF

Voltage Output

120/240 Volt Single Phase

Voltage Regulation

AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator)

120V Receptacles

(2) NEMA 5-20 20A

120/240 Anderson Connector

175 Amps

240V Receptacles

(1) NEMA 6-50R 50A

PTO Shaft

1 3/8" 6-spline
540 RPM

Dimensions

37" x 21" x 24.3"

Shipping Weight

1-PH: 452 lbs.
3-PH: 472 lbs.

Unit Warranty

3 Years

Assembled In

USA

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  1. Question

    Cory place

    What size engine does this unit require?

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    • Josie Krugerud

      Josie Krugerud

      Hello Cory, this unit is designed to be coupled to the power take-off of a tractor via a PTO shaft. The HP required from the tractor’s PTO, to achieve full power from the unit, is 54HP. If you are looking for a single/two bearing generator end to couple direct to an engine, please contact one of our sales reps for more information. 507-357-6821.

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  2. Question

    William McAdoo

    I have 100 hp tractors with bot 540 and 1000 ptos. How can I run a 27kw generator on lower rpms?

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    • Josie Krugerud

      Josie Krugerud

      Hello William, This is a great question. The 27PTO, as well with our other 540 units, requires a steady 540RPM to maintain correct voltage and frequency. Some do use their 1000RPM tractor and lower to 540, so long as the tractor’s engine governor can maintain 540RPM. If 540RPM is not maintained, you not only can damage the equipment, you could potentially damage any load that is being powered.

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  3. Question

    Josh

    Is there a way to regulate the frequency on this? For instance if this was hooked to a home and took a surge in power demand and the PTO dropped below 540 could the change in frequency damage electrical equipment? Thanks.

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    • Dale Riebel

      Dale Riebel

      Josh, a drop in input speed from the tractor will drop the frequency. This will in-turn drop the voltage as well. Normally, you protect for voltage surges (high voltage) with either voltage surge strips or a whole-house voltage surge suppression system. You can consult a local electrician for that type of equipment. If the tractor is in good operating condition and size properly, the governor on the tractor will compensate for any load applied to generator and you would expect very little voltage and frequency drops under normal operating conditions.

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