Model Li2800QC Twin Pac – 28.5 VDC

Patent Pending

Portable Starting Unit Model Li2800 QC Twin Pac – 28.5 VDC

This powerful portable Lithium aircraft starter unit is a full 28VDC battery Twin Pac and will provide superior starts on all electrically-started turbine engines. This versatile Twin Pac can be used as a single unit or separated for two complete Lithium units that can be easily carried on board. The Lithium twin pack has redundant chargers with a total of 14 amps output and a recharge time of approximately four hours.

This unit is designed for engine starting only.

 

  • 56 AMP hours @ 10 hour Rate
  • 2400 AMPS Peak Current
  • L 38.4″ x W 7.5″ x H 9.75″/L 98cm x W 19cm x H 24cm
  • 120 lbs./ 55 kilos Complete
  • Not to be used as an aircraft battery charger.

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.

Please handle this unit in a responsible manner. Start Pac™ is not responsible for damages caused by misuse or neglect.

 

 

The all-new patent pending Start Pac® Model Li2800 QC Twin Pac utilizes the latest technology in Lithium batteries and lithium ground support equipment. 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)

PLEASE NOTE: Lithium ion batteries can be damaged by deep discharges. Do not run the batteries down below 24 volts; a spike during a start is okay. Voltages below 24 begin the damage to the batteries. At 20 volts, the batteries will be damaged beyond repair.

 

Certified. CE marked if purchased through Airpart UK
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