The future of aviation
The Future of Aviation
Full power & capability at a fraction of the cost
With currently available electrical motors, the Raiden Electric is capable of 750hp and 2,075 ft lbs of torque at just 1,900 RPM.
1 4x3-Phase Architecture allows for redundancy, increased reliability, and graceful degradation should a fault occur.
2 Full Torque at Low RPM can provide the same levels of torque and power no matter the altitude as it is not impacted by air density
3 Advanced Thermal Performance provides a sophisticated, integrated liquid cooling system allowing full performance no mater the environmental conditions.
4 Advanced Air Filters seal the motor from both ends, reducing FOD and other contaminants.
5 Direct to Propeller provides the required torque and power turning at only 1,900 RPM, the same speed as the propeller. This allows a direct motor to propeller connection, eliminating the need for a heavy maintenance-prone gearbox.
FUEL & Maintenance
Cost Reduction is King
Fuel and maintenance costs are the largest factors in aviation market movements, and electric aircraft drastically reduce each.
Enhanced Aircraft Design
Reaching near peak torque almost immediately, electric engines have an unparalleled responsiveness in comparison to ICE aircraft. Electric propellers increase lift during takeoff, allowing for smaller wings, reduced drag, and overall higher efficiency. Once we have expanded operation of existing aircraft, aviation electrification opens previously inapplicable opportunities.
The Electrification of Aviation
The aerospace world is changing, and American Pacific Aerospace is at the forefront of those changes. With unparalleled fuel economy, maximum service cycles, and zero emissions, ours will render ICE aircraft as relics of the past. Market segments will be assimilated as we assist the advancement of battery and electric engine technologies.
Changing the Game
Profitably Sparking Change
Skydiving offers the opportunity to disrupt a vulnerable market segment with the Raiden E-XSTOL. With an average flight time of less than 30 minutes, the necessary range is applicable to current battery technology. Maintenance and fuel cost reductions would pave the way for universal adoption among skydive centers, especially given the inherent disadvantages of short flight cycle times and aggressive ascent fuel usage. Retrofitting current aircraft with electric engines allows for expedited manufacturing to saturate this initial target market.
DIMENSIONS & WHEELBASE
|Length||38 ft 10 in (11.84 m)|
|Height||13 ft 3 in (4.04 m)|
|Wingspan||42 ft (12.8 m)|
|Wing Area||305 ft2 (28.32 m2)|
|Wheelbase||12 ft 1 in (3.68 m)|
|Length||16 ft 5 in (5 m)|
|Height||4 ft 8 in (1.42 m)|
|Wingspan||42 ft (12.8 m)|
|Width||4 ft 4 in (1.32 m)|
|Max Passengers||10 - 17|