ITWGSE 5400 90 kVA / 28V DC Gas Aircraft Ground Power

Manufacturer: Hobart
Part Number: 5400-ARU
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The Hobart / ITWGSE 5400-ARU is a 90 kVA with 28V DC ground power with gas engine It is the first of its kind that runs at variable speed. The automatic adjustment of the engine speed to match changing capacity needs means a reduction of the noise.

The 5400 is equipped with ITW GSE's Plug & Play voltage compensation system. This patented system provides an optimal output voltage at the aircraft connector, right where it matters. With its gasoline-powered engine, the 5400 is a low-emission alternative.

Engine

  • Ford (EDI) WSG-1068 gasoline engine operating at 1760 to 2800 RPM
  • 6.8 Liter V-10
  • Full application approval by Engine ­Distributors Inc.
  • 12 VDC battery system
  • Variable engine speed based on load
  • HP: 201

Engine Protection

  • Low oil pressure shutdown
  • High coolant temperature shutdown
  • Intake air restriction indication

Environmental

  • Operating temperature: -25°F to +125°F (-32°C to +52°C)
  • Relative humidity: 10–95% non-condensing
  • No altitude de-rating required up to350 ft. then 4% for every 1000 ft. (engine power)

Performance

  • Continuous rating: 90 kVA (72 kW), 3 phase, 4 wire, 115/200 V
  • Meets or exceeds MIL-STD-704F, SAE ­ARP5015A and ISO 6858 powerquality requirements
  • Line drop compensation assures proper voltage at aircraft plug

Dimension and Weight

  • Length: 116.2" (2951.7 mm)
  • Width: 66.2" (1681.6 mm)
  • Height: 70.4" (1789.1 mm)
  • Weight: 4500 lbs. (2041 kgs)

Instrumentation

  • ITW GSE User Interface – simple to use
  • 5-Button directional menu arrow keypad
  • Language selection
  • Simple operation / status / prompts
  • Setup functions
  • Engine data
  • Output power data
  • Fault data
  • Memory recall

Electrical Characteristics

  • Power: 90 kVA PF 0.8-1
  • Voltage: 3 x 115/200 V
  • Frequency: 400 Hz ± 0.1%
  • Power factor:0.7 lagging to 0.95 leading
  • Voltage regulation:<0.5% for balanced load andup to 30% unbalanced load
  • Voltage recovery: ∆U <8% andrec. time <10 ms at 100% load change
  • Total harmonic content: <2% of at linear load (typ. 1,5%) <2% at non linear load according to ISO 1540
  • Crest factor: 1.414 ±3%
  • Voltage modulation: < 1.0%
  • Phase angle symmetry: 120° 1° for balanced load 120° 2° for 30% unbal. load

Protection

  • Per MIL-STD-704F, SAE ARP5015, and ISO 6858
  • Over/under voltage
  • Over/under frequency
  • Overload

Overload

  • Continuous 100% rated load at PF 0.8
  • Continuous 80% rated load at PF 1.0
  • 5 minutes 100% rated load at PF 1.0
  • 10 seconds 120% rated load at PF 0.8
  • 2 seconds 150% rated load at PF 0.8

Standard Features

  • ITW GSE User Interface
  • Fifth wheel steering
  • Low load shut down
  • 75 gallon (284 L) fuel tank with at least 8 hours run time @90 kVA, PF 0.8
  • Fork lift pockets
  • Tow bar brake
  • Tow Bar CE Compliant
  • Sliding canopy for ease of access
  • Digital control system

Standards

  • EPA/CARB compliant
  • MIL-STD-704F, SAE ARP5015 and ISO 6858 compliant
  • ISO 9001-Certified manufacturer
  • CE Compliant
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AgustaA109A, A109C, A109E, AW139 (AB139), Mark II
AirbusA220-100 (CS100), A220-300 (CS300), A300, A310, A318, A319, A320, A321, A330-200, A330-300, A340-200, A340-300, A340-500, A340-600, A350, A380
Airbus Military (CASA)212-100, 212-200, C-295, CN-235/HC-144A
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