This powerful Lithium
Ion starting unit is a full 26VDC and will provide superior starts on
all electrically-started turbine engines. This versatile Twin Pac can be used
as a single unit or separated for two complete Lithium units that can be easily
carried on board. It has redundant chargers with a total of 18 amps output and
a recharge time of approximately four hours.
The engineers at Start
Pac specifically designed the new Li2700QC as an with
voltage protection relays that are set lower than most aircraft so that they
cannot accept more than 29.5 volts from an external starting source. Some of
these aircraft include the Agusta Westland AW139, Sikorsky S-76, Eclipse 500,
Phenom 100 and Phenom 300.
Start Pac also offers other products such as
power supply for mining equipment, starting unit devices and more. Browse our
website to find the ground power unit or starter unit you need or contact us
today for more information. We provide helpful online tutorials and phone
support, making it easy to find the yellow GPU or refurbished unit you’re
This unit is designed for engine starting only.
31 AMP hours @ 10 Hour Rate
62 AMPS Peak Current
2400 AMPS Peak Current
L 38.4″ x W 7.5″ x H 9.75″/ L 98cm x W19cm x
120 lbs./ 55 kilos Complete with Twin Pac
Not to be used as an aircraft battery charger.
NOTE: When storing the Start Pac® for more than
30 days, remove the battery box from the charging unit and store separately.
All Start Pac™ products
come with a 1-year warranty on workmanship and materials. Batteries are
cycle-dependent and therefore are not covered under this warranty.
The all new patent
pending Start Pac® Model Li2700 QC Twin Pac utilizes the latest technology in
Lithium batteries. These batteries provide the same power as the lead-acid type
but are 42% lighter and 32% smaller. In addition, lithium batteries have two
other major advantages:
Twice the battery life of lead-acid batteries
No sulfation problems (can be left in a
discharged state without causing damage)
Lithium ion batteries
can be damaged by deep discharges. Do not run the batteries down below 22
volts, a spike during a start is okay. Voltages below 22 begin the damage to
the batteries. At 20 volts, the batteries will be damaged beyond repair.