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Winco 10kW PTO Generator
Clean power at less than 5% total harmonic distortion
Price: $1,594.95
Availability: In Stock
Winco Power Systems Item #: 168-W10PTOS -

    The Winco Single Phase  W10PTOS is a durably constructed generator that is designed to increase the versatility of subcompact tractors by providing reliable and clean electrical power to you home, business, or farmGenerator:100% Copper WindingsClean power at less that 5% total harmonic distortionSkewed RotorsHeavy duty capacitors and diodesRotating field brushless typeGear Box:Cast iron gear boxHelical gears for smooth operation515 RPM 1-3/8" spline input shaftOther Features:Large...

    Winco 50kW PTO Generator
    Buck boost transformer improves motor starting over generators with AVRs
    Price: $4,420.00
    Availability: In Stock
    Winco Power Systems Item #: 168-50PTOC-3 -

      The Winco Single Phase  50PTOC-3 is a durably constructed generator that is designed to increase the versatility of subcompact tractors by providing reliable and clean electrical power to you home, business, or farm. It provides consistent high voltage level during starting and running of heavy impact loads. The 50PTOC-3 provides consistent, clean, and safe electricity that farmers look for when powering operations that could potentially have sensitive electronics easily damaged by less...

      PTO Generator FAQs

      • How does a PTO generator work?


        PTO generators create electrical power by being run with your tractor. The tractor serves as the engine and the PTO does the rest, acting as an alternator. Primarily used to power machinery, PTO generators can also be a backup source for residential or small businesses.
      • How much horsepower does a generator need?


        You need to match your PTO generator to the horsepower of your tractor engine. Typically, you need 2 HP to product 1 kW of electricity. i.e. In order to produce 25 kW of power you need a 50 HP engine.
      • How big of a generator do I need?


        The better question is how much generator power or total wattage you’ll need. For your exact wattage needs, consult your systems manuals.