PTO Test Systems

PTO Dynamometers
PTO Dynamometers

        

 

• For Testing Power Take Offs (PTO) of Machines like Agricultural Tractors, Power Tillers. Agricultural Implements like Rootavator etc.
• Coupled to Eddy Current Dynamometers
• Complete System Can be provided including Dyno Lifter, Cardan Shaft, Fuel Meter, Weather Station and Computerized Data Acquisition and Control Can be Provided

• PTO Dynamometers are used for testing Power Take Offs of Tractor, Power Tillers and of Various Agricultural Machinery
• E-400, E-500 and E-720 Dynamometers are used as Loading Unit in PTO Dynamometers
• Electro-mechanical and Hydraulic Lifts options available for Dyno Lifter for aligning Dyno Shaft Centre with that of Tractor Under Test
• Gravimetric Fuel Consumption Meter eliminates effect of Temperature and variation in Fuel Density
• Weather Station, Computerized Load Control, Acquisition of parameters, Saving the Test Data and Report Generation forms standard scope of supply.

PTO Dynamometers


Model

Max Torque (N-m)

Max Power (Kw)

E-400

2000
650 to 1910

400
1910 to 5000

E-500

3000
500 to 1590

500
1590 to 4500

E-720
4500
400 to 1528
720
1528 to 3750



THE APPLICATION
• PTO Dynamometers are used for testing Power Take Offs of Tractor, Power Tillers and of Various Agricultural Machinery
• The Application Software is Customized as per various Test Codes applicable in various regions across the world

YOUR ADVANTAGE
• Turnkey Solution gives a reliable equipment to be installed within minimum time frame
• Customisation in test codes and in report generation is implemented as per requirement.
• Reliable Eddy Current Dynamometer Loading Unit and Digital Control Ensure very close control of Load during testing

THE PRINCIPLE
The principle of the eddy-current dynamometer is based on a simple interaction as soon as current flows through the excitation coil, a magnetic current is formed whose flux lines close around the coil. If the rotor is moved within this field, eddy currents are induced in the sides of the cooling chamber. These eddy currents construct a counter-magnetic field which then brake the rotor. The influx of mechanical energy is thereby transformed into heat and led off by the water.