Dual Alternator Kit Available for Cessna 182 / T182

Kelly Aerospace Thermal Systems announces the availability of an FAA/STC approved dual 95 amp alternator kit for Lycoming-powered Cessna 182 and Turbo 182 aircraft. Targeting the higher utilization 182 owners who use there aircraft in IFR and night operations, the system provides the comforting reliability of a full powered redundant electrical system with a minimal weight increase of 23 lbs.

Up until now Part 135 operations using 182’s have had to add an extra battery or a small 15-20 amp generator providing only enough power to safely divert to an alternate. The Kelly dual alternator kit for the T182/T182T provides a fully redundant 95 amps to power all systems so your trip can be completed as planned.

The FAA/STC approved kit includes a duplicate 95 amp alternator to the original equipment along with all the pulleys, belts, brackets and hardware for installation on the Lycoming IO540 series engines. All system controls are conveniently panel mounted and the backup system is simply activated with a flip of a switch. No further worrying about loss of your lighting or G1000 glass panel at night or IFR conditions.

Installation during your next major maintenance event or annual should only add a few hours. The system operates independently of the aircraft MCU providing total electrical system redundancy. Complete kits are available from Cessna Parts Distribution (CPD II) as well as other major general aviation wholesale distributors, worldwide.

About Kelly Aerospace: Kelly Aerospace, Inc., (KAI), headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama, is a leading subsystem component supplier to general aviation OEM and Aftermarket customers. Kelly is comprised of three operating entities, Kelly Aerospace Energy Systems, LLC, manufacturing piston engine electrical generating and turbocharging systems, cabin heaters, and electronic controls located in Montgomery, AL; Kelly Aerospace Thermal Systems, LLC manufacturing electro-thermal ice protection systems and air conditioning systems for general aviation, military and commercial aircraft located in Willoughby, OH; and Kelly Aerospace Power Systems, Inc., an FAA repair station providing piston engine fuel system overhaul services and FAA/PMA replacement parts in Montgomery, AL. For more information visit: www.kellyaerospace.com

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