Choose the right size for your property with our extensive line-up of QC PTO generators, designed to fit tractors from 20 to 200 horsepower and support power requirements from 12 kilowatts to 100 kilowatts – ideal for powering smaller appliances as well as large equipment motors on your farming operation. When you face an unexpected power outage, you can turn to a trusted source of power - your tractor. Using power from your dependable tractor is an easy and effective solution. With one less engine to maintain, a power take off QC PTO generator gives you the advantage of reliable and consistent power whenever and wherever you need it. Featuring automatic voltage regulation, 4-pole copper windings and a high momentary surge KW, the QC three point hitch generators’ large frame and weight allow it to provide outstanding electric motor starting power.
|Model No.||Connection||KW||Momentary Surge KW||50% Load||100% Load||RPM||Welder Recept Voltage||Volts||Full Output Amps||Phase||Shipping Weight(lbs)|
|QC 30-2||Parallel Low WYE||30||85||20HP||49HP||540||208||120/208||100||3||779|
|QC 45-2||Parallel Low WYE||45||120||31HP||75HP||540||208||120/208||150||3||980|
|QC 68-2||Parallel Low WYE||68||190||50HP||105HP||540||208||120/208||250||3||1159|
|QC 105-2||Parallel Low WYE||105||315||72HP||155HP||1000||208||120/208||400||3||1474|
|QC 30-3||Series High Delta||30||85||20HP||49HP||540||240||120/240||90||3||779|
|QC 45-3||Series High Delta||45||120||31HP||75HP||540||240||120/240||150||3||980|
|QC 68-3||Series High Delta||68||190||50HP||105HP||540||240||120/240||225||3||1159|
|QC 105-3||Series High Delta||105||315||72HP||155HP||1000||240||120/240||320||3||1474|
|QC 30-4||Series High WYE||33||85||20HP||49HP||540||n/a||277/480||50||3||779|
|QC 45-4||Series High WYE||50||120||31HP||75HP||540||n/a||277/480||70||3||980|
|QC 68-4||Series High WYE||76||190||50HP||105HP||540||n/a||277/480||125||3||1159|
|QC 105-4||Series High WYE||113||315||72HP||155HP||1000||n/a||277/480||150||3||1474|
Designed exclusively for Baumalight QC generators, the DisplayMaster1 is your guide for quick, easy setup and an “at a glance” monitor of key performance factors.
Getting the power up and running is a simple task with the intuitive 3 light system. The bright LEDs give instant feedback whether over or under speed. Once optimal PTO speed is reached the green light is lit and you are ready to go. The solid state microprocessor then monitors the performance of the generator. This rugged design allows for accurate performance even in sub-zero conditions. The back lit display is quickly and easily read even in low-light situations. The display scrolls through the monitored features at 30 second intervals so you are always on top of the generator’s performance. Like the rest of the generator the DisplayMaster1 is designed for long life and easy servicing with easy board exchange plug-in connectors.
This screen shows the actual Voltage, Frequency and Amperage being drawn on each line. This allows you to monitor and adjust to balance the load on each line for more stability and prolonged life of your generator. Voltage: is displayed for each line and in single phase the third value is the average across both lines.Hertz: (Frequency) is shown in a value of 1 tenth of a Hertz.Amperage: is displayed for each line.
KW:* Kw is shown; this is the actual load being used.
KVA:* Kva is also shown, this is power required by the loads being supplied by the generator and should not exceed the rated power of the machine. Power Factor:* Power factor (out-of-phase lag) is calculated and displayed. A totally resistive load (heat) will have a power factor of one while a totally inductive load (motors) could be as low as .8 a higher power factor means better efficiency. A low power factor can misrepresent the power required from the generator, meaning the generator is working harder than is being shown. With this information you can monitor how hard the generator is working and prevent damage from overloading.
This display shows the time run and amount of power generated by the unit from new.
Runtime:* is recorded and displayed; this is total hours the unit has run from new.
KW Hours:* are calculated and displayed; this is total current in Kw produced. One Kw for one hour is one Kw hour and ten Kw for one hour is ten Kw hours while one Kw for 10 hours is also ten Kw hours. Kw hours produced are recorded to memory and multiplied from day one.
Peak/Average KVA:* is monitored and displayed. This is a calculation based on the span between machine start-up and machine shutdown. This allows you to monitor what your systems requires of your generator. You can see what you need to run (average) and your peak needs (motors starting etc.) which helps you evaluate your system and predict future needs and upgrades.
* Not available in 3 phase delta connection.
|2019-05-30||Closed for Accession Day|