|Description||DC Amps||DC Volts||AC Power||Dimentions HxWxD||Wgt Lbs||PN||Price||Buy|
|APU BATTERY CHARGER 3 PIN PLUG 14V 25AMP||25||14||117 volts 60hz. 3amps||8.5x10x12||22|
|APU BATTERY CHARGER SINGLE PIN PLUG 14V 25AMP||25||14||117 volts 60hz. 3amps||8.5x10x12||22|
|APU BATTERY CHARGER 3 PIN PLUG 28V 25AMP||25||28||117 volts 60hz. 6amps||8.5x10x12||33|
|APU BATTERY CHARGER SINGLE PIN PLUG 28V 25AMP||25||28||117 volts 60hz. 6amps||8.5x10x12||33|
Designed to supply filtered DC bus power through standard APU receptacle in private and commercial aircraft. Up to 25 or 50 amp is available for operating avionics and flight control systems when the master switch is activated. It can also charge the battery through the plug at a 10 amp rate. Output is current limited, and will withstand starting loads. Voltage is limited to prevent battery overcharging.
DC Current and voltage are displayed on panel meters, voltage accurate to 00.00
Product Literature in PDF.
Operating Intructions in PDF.
Works Perfect. You can even use it for training on your new Panel!
As a power supply, this device works very well. As a charger, it operates differently than instructions, however it does work. For most aircraft, the battery will not charge in charge mode. I have found I get a charge in power supply mode with master switch off or on with no electronics turned on. The ammeter shows a charge either way. I have a Mooney Ovation, so the 3rd pin must be activated.
Yes, it is available but it is special order only. Please call sales at 877-477-78-23 or use the special order request link by clicking here.
Per the supplier: The output is regulated at about 14 or 28 volts, and the battery should be able to handle that for extended periods of time. The unit does not crank assist, and should not be left connected when starting the aircraft.
The manufacturer would recommend the APU BATTERY CHARGER SINGLE PIN PLUG 28V 25AMP. If you need a higher amperage, you can also special order a 50 AMP version.