|Start PacŪ Model 53105 is a 28.5 Volt continuous DC power supply when plugged into 220Volt single-phase AC power. This unit will deliver full 105 amp DC output, but will not provide enough current for engine starting. Therefore this unit is designed for maintenance and to power up various functions such as inverters, avionics, GPS, etc. Made in the USA.|
|Maximum Continuous Current output||105 A|
|DC voltage output||28.5 VDC|
|AC voltage input||90 - 240 VAC|
|AC current input at maximum DC power output||27 A @110VAC 14 A @220VAC|
|Over current protection||Yes|
|Over voltage protection||Yes|
|Over temperature protection||Yes|
|Complete weight with aircraft cables||18lbs / 8.2kg|
|Dimensions Length x Width x Height||14.5″ x 7″ x 13.75″ (37 x 18 x 35 cm)|
I ordered a START-PAC 53105 power supply with the 28.5v and 105amp power for our Citation XLS+. Just used it to power the aircraft avionics systems and it works as advertised. Makes it easy to update the avionics. That is the reason we purchased the unit.
START PAC 53105 POWER SUPPLY 28.5V 105AMP
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This unit is provided with a power chord with a bare wire end. This is so you can attach whichever plug you would like onto the unit.
This unit requires a 20 amp breaker service and 220VAC single phase power from the wall.
Input is 180-240VAC
The aircraft cable is 8 foot long. They can be ordered with a custom cable length but the vendor does not recommend longer than 15 feet to avoid amperage loss.