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POWERALL PORTABLE GROUND POWER 4500 PEAK AMPS

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Overview

Portable power for hangar and ramp operations ranging from 25 to 50 Amp Continuous Power with up to 2400 Peak Amps for Starting.

Multi-Purpose and Powerful, the PA-4500 and PA-4500-100 are designed for optimum versatility providing constant, reliable power and up to 4500 Peak Amps for starting and maintaining a large variety of Turbine Powered Aircraft and Helicopters.

This powerful dual unit is the appropriate choice for large turboprops, mid-size turbofan-powered aircraft, and large helicopters. The PA-4500 is actually 2 PA-2400 units coupled together in parallel delivering up to 4500 Peak Amps for starting aircraft and helicopters with a higher amperage draw such as the Raytheon HS-125-800XP, Westwind, Brasilia 120, Lear 40 series, Jetstream 30 Series aircraft, and Agusta Westwind AW139 and Sikorski S76 Series Helicopters.

The PA-4500 can be split apart by removing the supplied coupler, offering the option of 2 PA-2400 GPU's for work on multiple aircraft requiring up to 2400 Peak amps for starting and 25 continuous amps for maintenance functions. An additional DC Cable and optional Cart is required for this configuration.

Two PA-2400-50 GPU's coupled together in this configuration will supply up to 4500 Peak Amps for starting and up to 100 Continuous Amps for aircraft maintenance functions. The same option to split this unit as the PA-4500 is available, supplying two PA-2400-50 GPUs with the addition of an extra DC Cable and optional Cart.

Specifications

PA-4500
  • 4500 Peak Amps
  • 50 Amps Cont
  • 80 Amp Hour
  • 60 Min Recharge Rate
  • Length: 28.44 (In)
  • Width: 24.00 (In)
  • Weight: 9.83 (In)
  • Height: 188 lbs
PA-4500-100
  • 4500 Peak Amps
  • 100 Amps Cont
  • 80 Amp Hour
  • 60 Min Recharge Rate
  • Length: 26.44 (In)
  • Width: 24.00 (In)
  • Height: 9.83 (In)
  • Weight: 198 lbs
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