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AR682R - 35 BHP ROTARY ENGINE FOR UAVs ENGINES The AR682R aero-engine has been developed to power UAVs which require up to 120 bhp. It is based on the proven AR642 core engine which was designed to meet UK CAA/European JAR-E and US FAA FAR-33 certification standards for manned flight. DESIGN FEATURES • High power to weight ratio.    • Low levels of vibration. • Small frontal area.    • Integral lightweight belt-type reduction • Economical fuel consumption.    drive to propeller. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION Engine Type: Capacity: Power Output: Twin rotor Wankel-type rotary engine. 294 cc per rotor. 90 bhp at 7000 engine rpm. Alternatively up to 120 bhp at 8000 rpm with EFI System 56.5 kg for full wet-running installed assembly as illustrated, including 2 kW generator, throttle actuator, fuel pump and pressure regulator etc. Propeller not included. Direction of Rotation:    Anti-clockwise (looking at face of prop flange). Ignition System:    Fully duplicated 28V c.d. system with magnetic triggering, R.F. shielded. Fuel Type:    Avgas (100LL) or Regular grade (min 92 RON) Mogas automotive (leaded or unleaded) Specific Fuel Consumption:    0.55lb/bhp/hr at 70% cruise. (See overleaf for fuel quantity usage). Reduction Drive:    Tooth belt system including heavy-duty rubber anti-torsional-vibration device. Standard ratio 2.03 to 1. NOTE Certain design features of the engine are covered by British, U.S. and other foreign patents.

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Above shows typical Installation of complete power unit with accessories, excepting radiator. PERFORMANCE UP A TYPICAL PROPELLER LOAD LINE

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