CALL TO ORDER
JETCAT PHT3 SINGLE SHAFT HELICOPTER ENGINE
3 GEARBOX VARIANTS
The picture shows the standard PHT3-3 with 962 rpm at 94,000 rpm
In the PHT3 single shaft helicopter engine, power is taken directly from the turbine rotor. All further facilities were placed around the reduction unit to optimize space. This includes the servo mounts, the centrifugal clutch, the tail rotor output, platforms for gyros or other components. You get a suitable for many types of helicopters, complete mechanics with engine.
Real turbine power with enormous power reserves even for large helicopters
Rotary direction of rotation (left / right) freely selectable
Rotor decoupled by centrifugal clutch and freewheel from drive (rotor is idling)
Rotor brake optional
Original JetCat Auto Start System: Fully automatic starting of the turbine at the push of a button on the remote control transmitter without external auxiliary units or auxiliary devices
Easy-maintenance, low-noise toothed belt transmission in the primary stages
Special gearing in the last gear stage, for smooth running and safe traction
Complete set: unpack, install, fly
Over 1000 times proven turbine system
Precision ceramic ball bearings for low-maintenance operation
Protective grille in front of the turbine inlet prevents damage due to foreign bodies
JetCat “Jet-tronic” turbine control electronics: Speed controller for constant rotor speed.
Freely programmable system
Turbine starts without compressed air or blower.
Automatic aftercooling of the turbine after switching off.
RS232 computer interface
Plain text display of the current operating parameters such as temperature, speed, pump voltage, fuel consumption, residual fuel, last running time, total running time, battery voltage, turbine state, last Abschaltgrund etc …
Exemplary starting process:
After charging the batteries and filling the kerosene tank, set the helicopter to the start position. Switch on the transmitter & receiver -> Slide the throttle valve on the transmitter to OFF, then push the throttle valve to full throttle -> Turbine now starts fully automatically and then stabilizes to idling speed (rotor still stands!). As soon as the throttle valve on the transmitter is also set to idle, the power control is handed over to the pilot. Now push the throttle valve slowly to full throttle. The main rotor speed is now increased slowly (time programmable) and automatically stabilized to the programmed value. Due to the enormous power surplus of the engine speed fluctuations are not noticeable even under extreme load changes.
Heli Turbines are special order only. Please call for delivery times.