Used Hobart JetEx 8 / ITWGSE 6400 28V DC Diesel GPU - Tier 4 Engine

 6400-T4
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Part Number: 6400-T4
Condition: Used
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Used  6400-T4
Condition: Used

Power up your aircraft with a used or rental Hobart JetEx 8 (ITWGSE 6400) mobile diesel-driven 28VDC GPU. The low profile design, combined with our rugged 5th wheel steering, provides superior visibility and maneuverability.

Benefits

  • Reliable ITW GSE AC generator
  • Low noise design
  • Superior voltage regulation

Icon Based User Interface

The clear, icon-based user interface, shown on a high-res color screen is easy to operate and helps ensure correct operation. The display can be customized to suit most language requirements. Technicians can also use the control interface for monitoring operating data, maintenance, and practical troubleshooting.

Easy Access to the Inside of Unit

The engine, alternator, controls, batteries, and cables are all easily accessible but completely protected under a tough, corrosion-free canopy made of resilient medium-density Polyethylene. All maintenance points that need to be checked regularly (fuel, oil, water, etc.) are easy to access. The entire canopy can be removed by hand in less than two minutes – no hoists or cranes needed.

Advantages

  • Variable-speed engine gives a lower operating noise level especially during low load situation
  • Engine RPM is not tied to output frequency as in case of a diesel unit
  • Longer life expectancy can be achieved as compared to fixed speed engine
  • Able to regulate the speed of the engine to provide just the required capacity to meet the load
  • Less noisy working environment for operators
  • Higher return on investment for the equipment owner

Engine

  • Tier 4: Cummins QSF2.8 diesel engine operating between 1600 and 2400 RPM. EU stage 3B compliant
  • Turbocharged 4-stroke, inline 4 cylinders common rail fuel system
  • Full application approval by Cummins
  • 12 VDC battery system
  • Electronic governor system (via the engine’s ECM)
  • Intake manifold pre-heater for cold weather starting

Engine Protection

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

Performance

  • 28.5 volts DC output
  • Continuous rating: 600 amperes at 28.5 VDC
  • 2000 amperes available for aircraft engine starting
  • Line drop compensation assures proper voltage at aircraft plug
  • Current Limiting adjustable from 300 to 2000 amperes
  • To maximize fuel efficiency, engine speed varies based upon current limit: 300 to 1100 amperes: T4: 1600 RPM 1101 to 1400 amperes: T4: 2000 RPM 1401 to 2000 amperes: T4: 2400 RPM

Dims and Weight

  • Length: 103” (2,615 mm)
  • Width: 66.2” (1,682 mm)
  • Height: 63.9” (1,622 mm)
  • Tier 4: 2800 lbs. (1,270 kgs)

Protection

  • Per MIL-STD-704F, SAE ARP5015, and ISO 6858 (BS2G219)
  • Over / under voltage
  • Overload
Compatible Aircraft*
ATR42, 72
AdamA500, A700
AerospatialeNord 262
AgustaAW139 (AB139)
Airbus Military (CASA)212-100, 212-200, C-295, CN-235/HC-144A
BAeJetstream 31, Jetstream 41
Bell204, 205, 206B3, 206L4, 206LT, 212, 214, 214ST, 222, 230, 412, 427, 429, 430, CH-139, OH-58, TH-67, UH-1, UH-1H
Bombardier (Business)C-21, Challenger 300, Challenger 350, Learjet 23, Learjet 24, Learjet 31, Learjet 31A, Learjet 35, Learjet 45, Learjet 55, Learjet 60, Learjet 70, Learjet 75
Bombardier (Regional)CRJ100, CRJ1000, CRJ200, CRJ700, CRJ705, CRJ900, Dash 7, Dash 8-100, Dash 8-200, Dash 8-300, Dash 8-400
Britten NormanIslander/Trislander
Cessna402, Bravo, Caravan 208, Caravan 208B, Caravan 406, Citation 560 XL, Citation 560 XLS, Citation 650, Citation CJ1, Citation CJ2, Citation CJ3, Citation Encore 560, Citation I 500, Citation I/SP 501, Citation II 550, Citation III, Citation IV, Citation M2, Citation SII, Citation Sovereign 680, Citation Ultra 560, Citation V, Citation VI, Citation VII, Citation X 750, Mustang 510
DassaultFalcon 10-100, Falcon 20-200, Falcon 2000, Falcon 2000EX, Falcon 50, Falcon 50EX, Falcon 7X, Falcon 900, Falcon 900EX
Eclipse500
EmbraerEMB-110, EMB-120, ERJ-135, ERJ-140, ERJ-145, Phenom 100, Phenom 300
EurocopterAS330 Puma, AS365N Dauphin, BK-117, BO-105
Fairchild/DornierMetro Merlin III, Metro Merlin IV
General DynamicsConvair 580, Convair 600, Convair 640
Hawker BeechcraftBeech 1900, Beech 99, Beechjet 400A, C-12, Diamond, Hawker 1000, Hawker 4000 (Horizon), HS-125 400 Series, HS-125 800 / 850 / 900 Series, King Air, Premier, T-1 Jayhawk, T-400, T-6A Texan II
IAIAstra, Westwind 1, Westwind 2
LockheedJetstar C-140
PiaggioP-180 Avanti
PilatusPC-12, PC-9
Saab2000, 340
Sabreliner40 Series, 60 Series, 70 Series
Shorts330, 360
SikorskyCH-148, H-92 Superhawk, S-65 (CH53, HH53, MH53, Sea Stallion), S-76 (AUH-76), S-92
Sino SwearingenSJ30-2
*This list is for general reference only and may not be entirely acurate for all aircraft. Please confirm all equipment meets the requirements of your aircraft with the owners/maintenance manuals prior to purchasing or using with your aircraft.