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Solid state lightweight power supply capable of supplying up to 30A at 14V DC or 28V DC for training, maintenance and software updates.
The PS30 can be connected directly to the aircraft’s external ground power receptacle and is primarily for flight schools that operate a variety of piston and light turbine aircraft and helicopters requiring a source of clean stable DC power for training, maintenance and software updates.
The front-mounted quick-disconnect output connector enables the PS30 to be used as a free-standing portable bench-mounted power supply when used with optional lead sets or alligator clips.
The PS30, using optional connector sets, can operate in parallel with compatible Powervamp portable start units, delivering continuous power up to their maximum output. Much higher short-term power is then delivered on demand direct from the aircraft start unit.
Automatic input voltage selection 90–264V AC/47–63Hz allows international use. A solid state voltmeter displays the output voltage with coloured LEDs indicating output voltage selection. Supplied with Nato lead set, input lead and heavy-duty canvas protective jacket..
2m Nato Lead
110/240V Country Specific Input Lead
4m Nato Lead
2m Alligator Clips
4m Alligator Clips
Typical aircraft type*
|Output voltage||14V DC and 28V DC (selectable)|
|Output ripple||<150mV p-p|
|Input voltage||90-264V AC / 47-63Hz|
|Input current||6A @ 230V AC / 12A @ 115V AC single phase (typical)|
|Operating temp||-20C to +50C (-2F to +122|
|Case||Aluminium with shock absorbing feet|
|Voltmeter||Solid state LED, IP65|
|Aircraft cable||2m (6ft) with Nato connector|
|Protections/td>||Thermal, current overload, short circuit, over voltage|
|Dimensions||L 330mm (13in), W 100mm (4in), H 150mm (6in)|
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