"NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head - 2900 Surge Watts, 2600 Rated Watts, 5 HP Required"

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"Add a 5 HP engine to this NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head and produce portable electric power Brushless design for reliable performance and low maintenance. Delivers 2600 continuous Watts. 21.7 Amps at 120 Volts, 10.8 Amps at 240 Volts. Has two 15 Amp, 120 Volt outlets and two 15 Amp 240 Volt outlets. Sealed ball bearings. Input shaft turns clockwise and counterclockwise. For horizontal application only. Shaft Diameter in. 7/8, Dimensions L x W x H in. 13 3/4 x 7 1/4 x 7 3/4, Receptacles qty. 4, Surge Watts 2,900, Rated Watts 2,600, Run Time Continuous, Phase 1 4 wire, Required HP 5 3540-3720 RPM. Two 15 Amp 120V receptacles Two 15 Amp 240V receptacle Uses NEMA 5-15R and NEMA 6-15R plugs 21.7 Amps at 120 Volts, 10.8 Amps at 240 Volts 100 Copper windings Brushless design, less than 6 Total Harmonic Distortion Bi-directional Thermal overload protection Conveniently located control panel Push button circuit breakers Plugs sold separately"

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asked 4 years, 8 months ago on "NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head - 2900 Surge Watts, 2600 Rated Watts, 5 HP Required"

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The generator head can only be mounted horizontally due to fact that the unit does not have a thrust bearing to support a vertical type connection.

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I was hoping to send this to Ukraine, where the operating hertz are 50 not 60 like in the US. I know certain generator heads can be switched between 50/60 hertz by lowering the rpm. Is this the case with this generator head or is it rated only at 60 hertz? Thanks

asked 1 year, 4 months ago on "NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head - 2900 Surge Watts, 2600 Rated Watts, 5 HP Required"

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- Queens, NY

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This generator head is only designed to run at a frequency of 58.0-63.0 hertz at 3480 - 3780 RPM.

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asked 1 year, 8 months ago on "NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head - 2900 Surge Watts, 2600 Rated Watts, 5 HP Required"

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- centralia wa.

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This generator head can only be mounted horizontally.

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No, the NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head requires a minimum of a 5 horsepower engine running at 3600 RPM in order for this generator head to produce electricity.

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I have an older murray mower, 12hp briggs. Any suggestions? I had a complete generator years ago, but infrequent use of the engine made it not a reasonable investment. so I was wondering if I could power it with my riding lawn mower?

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This NorthStar Belt Driven Generator Head is recommended to be connected to an engine using pulleys and a V-belt or needs to be directly coupled to the engine. If this is connected using another method the warranty is voided.

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asked 5 years, 8 months ago on "NorthStar Belt-Driven Generator Head - 2900 Surge Watts, 2600 Rated Watts, 5 HP Required"

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This generator head requires at least 5HP and 3540-3720 RPM.

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