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IMD LLC PTO Generators

IMD LLC PTO Generators or International Manufacturing and Design, LLC (IMD, LLC) was founded in 2002. It started out by building only one PTO generator model and selling to a handful of dealers and distributors in the Southeast. Since then IMD has expanded their product range to incorporate all areas of PTO generator applications and also sought to include all of the latest innovations in the generator market. From Automatic Voltage Regulation to all in one L.E.D. metering IMD now offers a solid reliable complete line of PTO generators. In addition to their product advances, IMD now has Toboa Energy Resources LLC an IMD LLC PTO Generators distributor offering IMD on both coasts and just about anywhere in between including Canada. IMD strives to make their products the best available on the market and we hope that it shows.


PTO Power Generators & Accessories

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  • Normal lead times run about Stock to 6 WEEKS, many units in stock.
  • PTO Generators Built in Greer South Carolina, USA
  • Solid track record of performance
  • Modern look and technology
  • Accessories to complete your needs

AVR Technology

What is a Generator Automatic Voltage Regulator?

An automatic voltage regulator (AVR) is a solid state electronic device for automatically maintaining generator output terminal voltage at a set value

Can a generator work without AVR?

An Automatic Voltage Regulator or AVR, controls and maintains the voltage of the alternator in your diesel generator. Without an AVR or another system to perform the same function, the voltage would not be constant at steady state and wouldn’t recover to the correct level under load.

Do I need a automatic voltage regulator on a generator?

Unregulated generators, which are generators without an automatic voltage regulator (AVR), are generally unable to sufficiently meet the power needs and requirements for every piece of equipment or device connected to the generator, specifically voltage sensitive equipment such as computers, tv’s, radio systems, etc….
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