Can you give me the DC output of this unit? (part: 11-05086)
This unit 11-05086 has a 20 Amp DC Output.
Does this unit operate with 240 volts?
It is 100-240 VAC 50/60Hz.
Some newer 28VDC aircraft have GPU input monitor circuits, that do not allow more than a 2 VDC deviation above/below 27.5 VDC. Will this unit not be suitable for these applications, then? Problemic aircraft include Beech C90B series with their triple-fed buss systems, and also the Pilatus PC-12/45 series are vulnerable as well.
Per the vendor: "The 11-05086 is current limited @ 28.8 VDC which is within the deviation you reference, it should be suitable."
When plugged into the external power receptacle on my 172N, will it charge the battery as well as power the electrical system as the ad copy indicates, or is that only for some airplanes and not others?
Per the supplier: should charge as well in the absence of a load draw.
How long is the cable with the connector attached? Regarding the 24V Power Supply with Cessna Plug
The length of the cable from the charger to the end of the receptacle is approximately 9-1/2 feet.
Is the DC power filtered to eliminate output noise or hum to protect avionics?
Per the supplier: Because this unit requires a battery to be in the circuit it (the battery) acts as a filter capacitor for the DC.
Is the charging unit itself a Schauer JAC2024H on this 24 VOLT PORTABLE POWER SUPPLY WITH CESSNA PLUG (part # 11-05086)?
Yes, the charger included with this kit is a Schauer model JAC2024H.
Does the 24 VOLT PORTABLE POWER SUPPLY WITH CESSNA PLUG (part # 11-05086) come supplied with a cord to connect to the 240v ac power source, if so, is it a 2 pin US style And what cord length?
This comes equipped with a detachable AC cord that is 6ft. long. It connects into the charger with an IEC C13 style plug and has a North American grounded 3 prong style plug for the wall outlet. You would need to supply your own 240AV plug with an IEC C13 plug for the charger.
What is the function of the equalizer?
Part # 11-05086 is a power supply to power the aircraft avionics on ground so the aircraft battery is not used/drained.