PG50 Portable Generator
The Bobcat® PG50 portable generator offers versatile power, long run times and simple serviceability packed inside a rugged yet compact enclosure for easy maneuverability.
- 48 kVA (38 kW) power output at a quiet 64 dB(A)
- Built tough to withstand harsh jobsite demands
- Ideal for events, emergency backup, disaster relief and construction
- Excellent motor starting capability, stable voltage regulation and fast transient response
- Optional Intelligent Load Management System to prevent sludge buildup
Wherever you need power, the ruggedly reliable Bobcat PG50 portable generator can get there to keep you up and running. Offering unmatched dependability, performance and serviceability, the PG50 is designed to deliver the versatile power needed for almost any application – from live events and construction to disaster relief and emergency backup.
Built for a long life and maximum jobsite performance, the PG50 comes with a corrosion-resistant galvanized steel enclosure, as well as a durable baked-on powder coat finish to keep components protected even in the harshest conditions.
The generator’s entire design is focused on accessibility, making on-the-job repairs and routine maintenance quick and easy. And like all Bobcat portable generators, the PG50 also offers best-in-class fuel economy with long runtimes (37 hours for this model), delivering reliable power and maximum uptime.
To enhance usability, the PG50’s easy-to-use control panel features neatly laid out analog gauges and diagnostic displays that allow you to quickly monitor the generator to immediately diagnose any concerns. The PG50 also offers multiple connection options, including optional camlocks, for ultimate versatility.
The PG50 delivers unmatched starting power with optional low-load management solutions designed to maximize the machine’s lifespan while also maximizing your jobsite productivity. The Intelligent Load Management System adds mechanical advantage to the engine without impacting your fuel economy, allowing the engine to burn hot enough to prevent the sludge buildup common with older machines.