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AERO Specialties GPU 2400-315 Mobile Aircraft Ground Power Unit

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Designed in collaboration with Powervamp, the GPU 2400-315 provides 315 amps of continuous power as well as 2450 peak starting amps for supplying both continuous and starting power to 28V DC aircraft. Mounted on a heavy-duty trolley with integrated cable storage, the GPU 2400-315 is an ideal solution for 28V DC mobile ground power.

  • Delivers a maximum of 315A continuous power at a pre-set voltage of 28V DC for avionics use
  • Delivers 2450 peak amps starting power
  • Solid state design
  • Heavy-duty powder coated steel trolley with cable stowage
  • Mains on/off switch
  • Power supply LED status indicators
  • Short circuit/current limit protection
  • Emergency stop push-button
  • Aircraft cable with NATO connector
  • Harsh environment input cable with pigtail
  • Solid state voltmeter
  • Solid state ammeter

Dimensions: H 961mm (38in), L 595mm (23in), W 560mm (22in)

Weight: 63kg (140lbs)

  • Peak amps**: 2450A
  • Nominal voltage: Batteries 24V DC/power supply 28V DC
  • Standing voltage: 25.6V DC
  • Amp/hour capacity: 43 Ah @ 10hr rate (20°C)
  • Operating temp: -20°C to +50°C (-4°F to + 122°F)
  • Case: Aluminium, powder coated
  • Voltmeter: Solid state LED, IP65
  • Aircraft cable: 4m (13ft) with heavy-duty rubber Nato connect
  • Input cable: 15m (50ft) with (excludes connector)
  • Output current: 315A (continuous with internal power supply)
  • Output ripple: <200mV p-p
  • Input voltage: 180–264V AC/47–63Hz single phase
  • Input current: 50A @ 220V AC single phase (typical)
  • Cooling: Forced ventilation
  • Protections: Thermal, current overload, short circuit, over voltage
  • NGAGE: KD628
** Peak amps is a theoretical calculation of the instantaneous current from a momentary dead short across the battery terminals. It is not representative of the power delivered at the aircraft plug due to cable losses and other factors. This figure is only shown for comparative purposes.

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