Beechcraft Super King 300 Aircraft Battery Charger

Beechcraft Super King 300 Aircraft Battery Charger


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Beechcraft King Air 300 History

With the 200 series proving so popular, Beechcraft began working on a successor: the Model 300, initially marketed as the “Super King Air 300”. The B200 airframe was “cleaned up” and even more powerful engines (PT6A-60A), were installed into the redesigned cowlings with MTOW being increased to 14,000 lb (6,300 kg). A modified Model 200 was used to develop the updated systems to be used on the new model and flew October 6th, 1981. First flight of the prototype Model 300 took place on September 3rd, 1983 with deliveries beginning the following year.

By 1988, work had began on the replacement of the 300. Beechcraft took the 300 and stretched the fuselage by nearly three feet with two extra cabin windows on each side, MTWO increased to 15,000 lb (6,750 kg), and winglets added to the wingtips to create the Model B300, introduced in 1990 and initially marketed as the Super King Air 350. LIke the 200/ B200, a version with a large cargo door was developed: the Model B300C, marketed as the “Super King Air 350C” with first deliveries of this model taking place in 1900. A big update occurred in 1998 with the UltraQuiet active noise canceling system, made by Elliott Aviation, was added as standard equipment on all B300s. Another big update occurred in October 2003, when it was announced that all future B300 and B300C King Airs would come equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite.
A King Air 350ER version of the B300 was presented at the Paris Air Show on June 13th, 2005. This was an equivalent to the earlier Model 200T and B200T of the 200 series. MTWO was increased to 16,500 lb (7,430 kg), a belly pod for surveillance equipment, the landing gear of the Beechcraft 1900 to handle increased weight and add ground clearance, and extra fuel capacity in the engine nacelles. The next big update would occur October 2008, with the release of the King Air 350i. The focus was on the passenger cabin with Beechcraft claiming that noise level and overall comfort was now competitive with that of light jets. Cabin upgrades included controllers on passenger seats for dimming LED lights, darkening windows, controlling an iPod dock and a high-definition monitor. Other perks included Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports, AC electrical receptacles and fold out tables for each passenger in the eight seats fitted.

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Technical Specs:

  • YEARS MADE 84-91
  • DEMINSIONS LXHXWS 43.9′ X 15.0′ X 54.5′
  • CABIN DIMENSIONS LXHXW 16’8″ X 4’8″ X 4’8″
  • FUEL CAPACITY (LBS/GAL) 3,611/539
  • SHP 1,050
  • ENGINE TBO 3,600
  • TAKE OFF PERF. 5000′ +20C3,600
  • RATE OF CLIMB 2,844
  • CEILING 35,000
  • RANGE 1,795
  • MGTOW 14,000
  • BOW 8,890
  • PAYLOAD 5,110

To keep the batteries running at optimal performance, it is recommended to keep them on charge. The battery charger part information is:

Part Number: 501-1321-01

NSN: 6130-01-311-5252

Part is located under the Electrical Power Equipment Catalog

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Bell Helicopter History

Bell Helicopter History

As one of the most effective and popular brands of helicopter out there, Bell has established itself as one of the key names within the industry for some time now tanks to their incredible attention of detail and their intricate nature inside the cockpit by the helicopters themselves.

They know how to make the interior of a helicopter spacious and comfortable, as well as ensuring that pilots have the depth and detail of options available to them to make sure they can take off, fly and land without any potential problems.

The company itself has a huge amount of history, having first been formed in 1935. The helicopter brands that they offer are used around the world, and its humble beginnings in Texas, USA have seen Bell expand far beyond their original position to become one of the genuine leaders of aviation in the world.

Bell Helicopter Parts

They provide commercial aircraft for various services and solutions, and also offer training and support all across the globe for any company that is using Bell products on a regular basis. Getting this right is vital, and it will be a massive part of making their service as useful as possible in the coming years.

However, Bell have always been noted for their dedicated and friendly support structure. This makes it much easier for you to hop into the cockpit and to feel as if you are taking off into something truly unique; their helicopters, from the Bell 30 through to the Bell 505 Jet Ranger X, have all come with a guarantee of performance and quality.

Bell Helicopter Parts

Bell Helicopter 505 Ranger

The company’s strength and foundation has been there from today once, as the Bell Company focused on creating fighter aircraft that could make as significant difference on the battlefield. They came up with two specific fighters; the XFM-1 Airacuda, and the P-39 Airacobra.

Both were relatively well received but they were never quite the level that some were hoping for. Rather than letting it get them down, Bell worked on the problems and soon started to move into newer levels of helicopter design and development across the globe.

Eventually, the company lost its dependence on government and military equipment and was producing commercial helicopters – the Bell 47 being their first of note – for various purposes worldwide.

Bell 47 Helicopter

Bell 47 Helicopter

Eventually, the company was bought out by Textron and it eventually became a massive part of the industry for helicopters as their helicopter arm became the strongest of the company. Their most successful release, arguably, is that of the UH-1 “Huey”. This helicopter was used during the Vietnam War to amazing effect and it soon became one of the most prominent pictures of the entire conflict.

Bell UH-1 Helicopter Parts

Bell UH-1 Helicopter

Since then, the company has been known to hold extremely close relations with AgustaWestland and various other aircraft systems. They work with AgustaWestland on many aircraft, creating powerful collaborations that can stand the test of time.

The aircraft range they provide, and the depth of innovation they offer to the helicopter industry, has made them one of the most prominent names out there.

V-280 Valor

Bell new military helicopter is the V-280 Valor.

V-280 Valor

The Bell V-280 Valor design supports ground maneuver and is purpose built for the squad plus enablers. Safe and survivable, the design features integrated cabin armor, fly-by-wire component redundancy, state of the art countermeasures and performance. Bell Helicopter’s design to build technology used on the V-280 Valor significantly enhances manufacturing, assembly, and sustainability, while greatly reducing the total cost of ownership. Advanced tiltrotor speed and range provides commanders access not currently available. With more than twice the speed and range of current helicopter platforms, the Bell V-280 Valor provides access to get to the objective while providing superior agility at the objective.

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