Small, powerful, and reliable. Especially designed for Robinson Helicopters (R22, R44, and R66).
13-19496: TOWFLEXX Universal Adapter Required information: Aircraft Make, Model & Serial No. Attention: Adapter required / sold separately
Powerful high-torque rotary drive 24V 500W DC effective power electric motor resourcefully applied.
Allows noiseless silent maneuvering and movement of Robinson helicopter rotary aircraft up to max 8,800 lbs (4t) quickly and safely in tight areas. Environmentally friendly - no exhaust.
Ergonomic height adjustment mechanism of the control handle, allowing fast adaptation matching the operators height for user comfort.
Easy and simple steering by hand, via raising and guiding into the steering direction. Operation is a breeze because of the forward and reverse acceleration rocker switch mechanism with adjustable speed control.
Universal adapter (fit's Robinson Helicopters) for quick tool-free attachment, fast and simple guidance.
ERGONOMIC MULTIFUNCTIONAL THREE-AXIS HANDLE
In basic configuration the tug is equipped with the standard handlebar control.
REMOVABLE BATTERY BOX
The rechargeable 24V 33Ah maintenance free led-gel battery pack is designed for approx. 3 hours part time operation (fully charged) including short-circuit protection. Can be easily removed from the tug and also to be used as ground power supply for the aircraft.
Advanced timer circuit battery charger for uninterrupted service and continuous operation incl. auto-shutdown function.
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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