This Start Pac® Portable Power Supply is a 24 Volt output unit and is ideal for powering up aircraft cockpits. GPS programing and other aircraft systems can be easily powered up by bypassing the aircraft battery to save it for engine starting.
The Start Pac® Portable Power Supply model 53025/24 is designed to power up 24 Volt aircraft systems. The voltage output is set to 28.5 Volts to simulate the same voltage as when the aircraft is running under power. Maximum amperage output is 25 amps which is adequate for most light aircraft. If overloaded, the 53025/24 will trip off and reset itself after a short period of time. This unit is ideal for powering up new and old aircraft with glass cockpits.
Note: This unit is NOT designed for engine starting or battery charging.
Note: Cup pictured as scale reference only. Cup not included with product.
|Maximum Continuous Current output||25 A|
|DC voltage output||28.5 VDC|
|AC voltage input||90 - 240 VAC|
|AC current input at maximum DC power output||7 A @110VAC 3.5 A @220VAC|
|Over current protection||Yes|
|Over voltage protection||Yes|
|Over temperature protection||Yes|
|Complete weight with aircraft cables||7lbs / 3kg|
|Dimensions Length x Width x Height||113/4″ x 5″ x 4″ (30 x 13 x 10 cm)|
START PAC 53025-24 MINI POWER SUPPLY 24V 25AMP
Easy to use and works has expected.
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Per the supplier: Yes, the 53025 (24V) is the correct unit for the SR22 and the aircraft connector will fit.
This is a power supply that is not made for starting the aircraft. This Start Pac 53025 is used to power up the avionics while the aircraft is off.
This unit must be plugged into AC power 100-240 VAC, 11 amps.