John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) debuts new electric drivetrain components at bauma 2019. These new solutions are designed specifically to meet the demands of the rugged off-highway market and to provide durability while giving OEM customers the flexibility they need to easily implement hybrid power in their equipment.
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John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) continues to lead its OEM customers seamlessly through the upcoming emissions transition with a lineup of engines that have received Stage V certification. This includes its variable-speed engine families below 56 kW (75 hp) and above 130 kW (174 hp) as well as its constant speed engine families. The Industrial Stage V lineup from John Deere offers ratings from 36 to more than 500 kW (48 to more than 670 hp) with displacements of 2.9L through the upcoming 13.6L.
Technology - often driven by emissions regulations - is always advancing in the diesel engine sector. The many companies producing engines for industrial use put plenty of time and energy into research and development to improve their products and save their customers money. Through 2017, we have seen a wide number of updates and new launches, many to coordinate with the upcoming Stage V regulations in Europe.
John Deere Power Systems debuted its newest Integrated Emissions Control system configuration at the 2017 CONEXPO-CON/AGG trade show in Las Vegas. Configured with an inline aftertreatment device, the system is designed to offer greater packaging and integration flexibility to both internal John Deere and OEM customer applications.
John Deere Power Systems revealed its new 13.6L engine, the first of its next generation engines, at the 2017 CONEXPO-CON/AGG trade show. The engine is designed to meet the future needs of global markets by offering customers increased efficiency, installation flexibility and power in a more compact package.
John Deere Power Systems has announced its lineup of Stage V ready engines to meet the recently implemented European Union (EU) Stage V emissions regulations. Leveraging new catalyst technologies, emissions control calibrations and next generation aftertreatment solutions, John Deere PowerTech engines will deliver greater package flexibility and offer easier installation over previous John Deere engines.
John Deere will showcase its experience developing and integrating electric powertrain solutions for off-highway applications at MINExpo International, Sept. 26 – 28 in Las Vegas. John Deere Power Systems and John Deere Electronic Solutions will be exhibiting together, displaying powertrain and electronic products designed for the rugged demands of mining and construction applications.
John Deere Power Systems has announced the latest addition to its lineup of Tier 4 Final industrial engines, the PowerTech PSL 4.5L engine. Engineered by John Deere to meet the needs of OEM customers, the PowerTech PSL 4.5L with variable speed ratings is equipped with an Integrated Emissions Control system consisting of cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system.
John Deere Power Systems has prepared to lead Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) through the transition from Stage IV to anticipated Stage V regulations with proven experience and expertise.
John Deere Power Systems will extend its generator drive power solutions with the introduction of four new PowerTech prime power generator drive engines at INTERMAT, April 20 – 25 in Paris. The new engines meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Final Tier 4 emissions regulations without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF) — giving OEMs with space-constrained installations more options for their prime power generator set applications. The engines utilize a John Deere Integrated Emissions Control system equipped with cooled exhaust gas recirculation (CEGR), a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), and a selective catalytic reduction (SRC) system, and join the existing lineup of Final Tier 4 generator drive engines that use the same technologies plus a DPF.