Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission Technologies has expanded the Endurant automated transmission portfolio to include a new dual Power Takeoff version of the 12-speed model.
The dual PTO option of Endurant provides customers with two PTO mounting locations: an 8-bolt bottom mount and a 4-bolt rear mount with a combined 95 horsepower capability. A single PTO model with an 8-bolt bottom mount location also is available, giving fleets more flexibility in the secondary market.
Since the launch of the 12-speed overdrive model in late 2017, the Endurant portfolio has expanded to include an 11-speed direct-drive model with calibrations optimized to meet the needs of linehaul and regional fleets typically operating at lower cruise speeds and on flatter terrain. Having overdrive and direct-drive models gives fleet managers the choice to select the best ratio for their application and route.
Endurant is available with IntelliConnect, a telematics capable system that provides near real-time monitoring of vehicle fault codes, prioritizes critical events and provides accurate and comprehensive action plans by technical experts at Eaton. The primary objective of IntelliConnect is to increase a fleet’s uptime by reducing unplanned downtime and providing quicker repair diagnostics through remote communication with a vehicle’s transmission.
Originally posted on Trucking Info