Model Li2600QC – 26 VDC


Portable Starting Unit Model Li2600QC – 26 VDC

This compact portable Lithium Ion starting unit is a full 26VDC battery pack and will provide superior starts on small to medium size turbine engines. It has a built-in charger with a total of 4.0 amps output and a recharge time of approximately six hours.

This unit is especially designed for aircraft that will not accept a full 28-volt battery pack (actually reads 30-31 volts). Aircraft such as the Phenom 100 and Eclipse 500 will accept this 26-volt unit (actually reads 28.5 volts).

We also carry Lithium ground power units for starting and maintenance functions. Browse the rest of our product line to find the ground power unit or power supply you’re looking for. The lithium GPU is ideal for remote ramp locations using battery power alone and provides extended time for maintenance checkout.

This unit is designed for engine starting only.


  • 20 amp hours @ 10 Hour rate
  • 2000 AMPS Peak Current
  • 30 lbs./13.6 kg complete weight with built in charger and aircraft cable
  • L16” x W3.75” x W12”/L40.64cm x W9.525cm x H30.48 cm
  • Not to be used as an aircraft battery charger.

Load vs. Time (click to view larger)
Li2600QC K2 Load vs Time Curve

Voltage Drop vs. Load (click to view larger)
Li2600QC K2 Load vs Time Curve

NOTE: When storing the Start Pac® for more than 30 days, remove the battery box from the charging unit and store separately.

All Start Pac™ products come with a 1-year warranty on workmanship and materials. Batteries are cycle-dependent and therefore are not covered under this warranty.



The all-new Patent Pending Start Pac® model Li2600QC utilizes the latest technology in Lithium batteries. These batteries provide the same power as the lead-acid type but are 42 percent lighter and 32 percent smaller. In addition, lithium batteries have two other major advantages:

  1. Twice the battery life of lead-acid batteries
  2. No sulfation problems (can be left in a discharged state without causing damage to the battery plates)

PLEASE NOTE: Lithium ion batteries can be damaged by deep discharges. Do not run the batteries down below 20 volts, a spike during a start is okay. Voltages below 20 begin the damage to the batteries. At 18 volts, the batteries will be damaged beyond repair.