PBS TP100 Turboprop Engine

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The PBS TP100 is a turboprop engine especially suited to small aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. These can be used by rescue services or for police or reconnaissance purposes and also in agriculture. They can also be used in military applications for other purposes and for Vertical Take-Off and Landing UAVs. The main advantage of this engine is its low weight with a power of 241 HP (180 kW) and its capacity to achieve flight levels of 29,500 ft. (9,000 m) with a maximum starting height of 19,700 ft. (6,000 m). The system is designed so that the engine can be placed in the aircraft in either pusher or tractor mode.

Main features
  • Excellent power-to-weight ratio.
  • Installation in pusher or tractor mode.
  • Gearbox design facilitates installation of a high-speed electric generator having up to 3.0 kVA output power.
  • Modular design features a gas generator, power turbine and gearbox.
  • Standard completion: fuel-oil system, control system, ignition unit and connection cables.
  • Small installation dimensions, low weight and high static power.
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