LEAD ACID MAIN BATTERY
Airlift Mod. DO-350-24-101
Installation of Concorde RG-350 or RG-355 24V 17Ah Valve Regulated Sealed Lead-Acid (VRSLA) aircraft battery as Main Battery in place of the original Nickel-Cadmium battery.
The change introduces a direct replacement of existing SAFT batteries installed in AS350 helicopters without the need to perform any structural or electrical modification.
Concorde valve regulated sealed recombinant gas (RG) Turbine Starting RG-350/RG-355 aircraft batteries, FAA TSO-C173 approved, are contained in a fully sealed aluminum container, avoiding spillage, fitted with silver plated brass M8 terminals. Concorde Platinum Series batteries have been proven reliable, durable and safe in turbine aircraft applications for more than two decades.
The Valve Regulated Sealed Lead-Acid design of the battery avoid the need of any water replenishment, requiring lower maintenance than the original Ni-Cd batteries.
RG-350 and RG-355 are electrically identical and features different container dimensions to fit the different attachments of the different types of the original AS350 Nickel-Cadmium batteries.
CONDITIONS & COMPATIBILITY LIMITATIONS
Before installation, the installer shall determine any possible conflict of this installation with other modifications already installed on the helicopter that may introduce adverse effect on airworthiness of the product or jeopardize flight safety.
Manpower: Avionic technician, 2 hours. Complexity: low.
Approval Form, installation instructions, material list, instructions for continued airworthiness, rotorcraft flight manual supplement.
One or two Concorde RG-350 or RG-355 24V 17Ah Valve Regulated Sealed Lead-Acid (VRSLA) aircraft battery.
Concorde’s Battery charger/Capacity tester BC-8000 is also available separately.
EASA STC No. 10044362 for AS350 B, BA, B1, B2 and B3. (Validated in Brasil and Canada)
Modification Approval (i.e. addition of an aircraft S/N to the Aircraft Effectivity of the EASA approval) and battery kit are sold by Concorde’s Worldwide Distribution Network