PBS TJ40 (G1 and G2 versions) was designed to propel UAV systems, such as target drones, decoy drones, or small reconnaissance drones. It can also equip gliders or ultralight
Its advantage is its low weight of 3.8 kg and thrust of 395 N.
The PBS TJ40 jet engine is a single-shaft turbine jet engine with a one-stage radial compressor, radial and axial diffuser, annular combustion chamber, one-stage axial turbine and outlet nozzle. The generator output is 200 W, and with an external converter it is an additional 900 W.
Standard accessories – included: fuel pump and filter, engine control unit (ECU), connecting cables, fuel hose, data terminal, battery (4s Li-Fe – 2,5 Ah), CAN connector.
Twin engines Research Project TWERP, N68TQ is a Rutan Quickie Q1 designed and modified by Wasabi test flight for installation of two small PBS TJ-40 turbojet engines. The program goal was to be a flying test...