Cessna 206 Piper PA-32 The Basic BAE-14/28 Auxiliary Power Supply is a manually deployed, air driven, emergency electric supply for small aircraft.
The unit is capable of supplying electric power to drive a basic complement of flight critical instruments. If a primary electrical system failure should occur, the pilot deploys the miniature turboalternator. The flight can then be continued to the intended destination, or terminated at a convenient airport under more casual conditions.
The TurboAlternator is a true stand-by power supply. In the event the aircraft loses its total electrical system the alternator will still function. The unit is self-exciting, thus it will work in the absence of the battery.
The alternator was designed to be retrofit or original equipment on most small aircraft. Particular efforts was made to optimize the power output in the minimum package size and weight. The latest technology materials and techniques are used to achieve the high performance at a reasonable cost.
The appropriate installation kit is included to reduce installation time and cost.
The BAE-14/28 is currently STC'd for seven aircraft models: Cessna 210, 206, 182, Piper PA-32, PA-28, Bonanaza, and Mooney. One Cardinal installation is flying on a 337.