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Battery recycling

Battery recycling

Safety, Batteries

Last updated Tuesday 18 October, 2016

Batteries used for aviation applications may be of either the primary (single use) type or the secondary (rechargeable) type... Any battery intended for use as a power source for equipment installed or routinely carried on aircraft must not only be safe but ideally have a high energy density, be lightweight, reliable,

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Are lithium iron phosphate batteries suitable for Jabiru engines?

Are lithium iron phosphate batteries suitable for Jabiru engines?

Safety, Batteries, Jabiru

Last updated Tuesday 18 October, 2016

RAAus is aware that LiFePO4 chemistry batteries are being advertised that they are suitable for use in light aircraft powered such as Rotax and Jabiru engines... ATTENTION: Response from Australian Agent for Rotax In regards to the use of these batteries in current 912 iS manuals see attached documentation to this fac

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Lithium batteries

Lithium batteries

Safety, Batteries

Last updated Monday 31 October, 2016

Members should consider that, in some circumstances and designs, the charge controllers associated with the permanent magnet alternators used on some engine types offer no form of voltage control... They function by allowing sections of each half wave to pass to the battery at full output current and unlimited voltage

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