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Are the PowerFlow™ power supplies capable of starting my aircraft?
No, none of the units will provide enough amperage to start the engine. A battery powered jump starter would be more suitable for this type of function.
Do the PowerFlow™ power supplies need to be plugged in to be used?
Yes, the power supply converts AC current into DC current for the aircraft so it will need to be plugged into an AC source to be used.
Can I get a longer cable to connect to my aircraft?
We limit our aircraft cable to around 6' in length. This is because voltage loss occurs with DC current, and this loss increases with the length of the cable. If you need longer cables for your application we recommend that you use an extension cord of whatever length you need on the AC input side of the unit.
Are your products compatible with 12V/14V aircraft?
Our products are designed for 24/28V aircraft only.
Will the PowerFlow™ line of power supplies charge the aircraft's battery?
Yes, the power supply will "top off" the battery while it is being used. However, it is not recommended to leave the power supply connected to the aircraft unattended for extended periods of time.
The avionics are flickering and/or the voltage on the aircraft voltmeter is not holding while using the PowerFlow™ unit, what is going on?
This occurs when the power supply is overloaded. In those cases the unit will shut down and restart until the overload condition is resolved. This may be because the unit is not compatible with your aircraft, or that there are simply too many high draw systems powered on at the same time. (Please note that to avoid compatibility issues, we always contact our customers prior to shipping to confirm their aircraft type.)
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