|The Bycan PS -28100 is for commercial aircraft servicing. This model was designed for Pilatus aircraft which require a maximum output of 29Vdc into the aircraft avionics. This equipment will provide the amps needed for gear retraction tests as well as the filtered power for all types of avionics service. The PS-28100 will furnish up to 100 amps at 28 VDC. It plugs into the APU connector on the engine cowling and automatically disconnects the battery so that it will not be drained by the servicing processes. A valuable ramp accessory.|
BYCAN POWER SUPPLY 28V, 100AMP - STANDARD PLUG
BYCAN POWER SUPPLY 28V, 100AMP - PIPER PLUG
BYCAN POWER SUPPLY 28V, 100AMP - PILATUS PC-12
BYCAN POWER SUPPLY 28V ECLIPSE
While it is still early on, Im not pleased with this power supply. The manufacturer overview indicates that it will maintain 28VDC at 100 amps but it does not. When we called to question why the voltage was down to 22VDC, the person we talked to said, well of course it comes down when there is a load. 22 VDC is a long ways from maintaining 28VDC while producing 100 amps. Im not pleased that there is no amp meter to know how many amps are being asked from this power unit. We will likely send it back and seek out another. The reason I gave it 2 stars is that it appears to be producing plenty of amps.
Yes, the PS-28100/1 (11-07822: BYCAN POWER SUPPLY 28V STND) will be the best choice for your Beechcraft.
Yes, it can be run at 115 volts.
This has a regular 110V - 3 prong wall outlet plug.
Per Supplier: 120VAC or 220VAC version doesn't matter in terms of power, some people order units of 220VAC because that is the outlets that they have. This is unit of 100 amps and as long as they don't exceed that, it's okay.
No this will not maintain 28volts as once amps are drawn the voltage will decrease. It will drop down to about 25volts when applying 100amps.
Once there is a draw on the unit the voltage will drop. Its peak performance is 28v and 100amps but it will drop when its put under a load.