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PBS TJ80-120

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PBS TJ80-120 is a compact turbojet engine that has been designed for unmanned aerial systems. This considerably modified engine builds on its predecessor PBS TJ80 with all its features and improved key attributes.

TJ80-120 offers the best thrust to diameter ratio in its category. The engine has more than 30% higher thrust than the original TJ80-90 and the diameter (9,25 in) remains the same. The weight of the engine is only 28.22 lb. The possibilities of ground and in-flight windmill start and restart remain. The windmill starting option offers to start the engine under 7 seconds.

Main features
  • Compact design
  • Excellent thrust/weight ratio
  • Lubrication with fuel and oil mixture
  • Electric start, possibility of in-flight restart
  • Quick windmill start under 7 seconds
  • Built-in BLDC starter-generator including control unit (ECU) and inverter
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