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The  BAE-14/28 TurboAlternator is a manually deployed, air driven, emergency electric supply for small aircraft. The unit is capable of supplying electric power to drive a basic complement of flight critical instruments. If a primary electrical system failure should occur, the pilot deploys the miniature turboalternator. The flight can then be continued to the intended destination, or terminated at a convenient airport under more casual conditions.


The TurboAlternator is a true stand-by power supply. In the event the aircraft loses its total electrical system the alternator will still function. The unit is self-exciting, thus it will work in the absence of the battery.


The appropriate installation kit is included to reduce installation time and cost.


The TurboAlternator BAE 14/28 is STC'd on the following aircraft:

-Beech Bonanza Models: 33, 35,36

-Cessna 182 (all models)

-Cessna 206 (all models)

-Cessna 210 (all models)

-Piper PA-32 (all models)

-Piper PA-28 (all models)

-Mooney M20 (A-R)



Weight:  8 pounds

Size:  5" diamter turbine

Output:  12 amps/28volts at 150 knots IAS

              7.7 amp/28volts at 105 knots IAS





BAE 14/28 TurboAlternator

  • Reliable electrical backup for Single Engine General Aviation. 

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