Wed, Apr 25, 2007
Power Supply Offers Hours Of Juice
There's no better way to
become proficient with your new glass cockpit or panel-mount GPS or
to prepare for tomorrow's flight than sitting in the actual
airplane with the avionics running. The problem is that your
airplane battery won't last.
Sporty's has a solution. The company states its Power Supply
provides consistent, regulated power to the airplane so you can
spend hours in the cockpit. The Power Supply comes complete with
appropriate connector in either the 3-pin or single pin Piper
style. One end of the Power Supply plugs into a standard 110V
outlet, while the other end plugs into your airplane's external
Sporty's also claims its Power Supply is a great tool to
recharge an airplane's battery... and its light, 8-lb weight
makes it an ideal product to take with you in your airplane. It
might even save a jump when traveling away from home.
Available exclusively from Sporty's and made in the USA, the
Power Supply comes in a carrying case with optional personalized
embroidery (up to six characters). The Power Supply is available
for $399.00 in 12V [#6542A] and 24V [#8463A] models.
With corporate activities in every segment of general aviation,
Sporty's conducts flight training, performs aircraft maintenance,
operates an avionics shop and sells new Cessna aircraft.
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