Turbine Auto Start Control with Fuel Augmentation

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TSLM-M601
TSLM-TPE331
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The TSLM is a gas-turbine engine automatic start controller for makes and models that allow electrical fuel augmentation to the combustion chamber. During a start cycle the TSLM regulates the turbine temperature to follow an optimum curve versus time and engine speed. It also automatically actuates as required the starter, igniters, as well as the means of atomizing fuel to obtain good light-off. This automated process provides simplicity of operation, more consistant and successful starts, guarding and guiding against hot starts, and much more. The table below lists the functions and features of our two TSLM models, and links to their respective specification sheets.

Functions and features

TSLM-M601 for the Walter M601 turboprop
  • Auto start sequence control
  • Auto start fuel limiting / EHT activation
  • Propeller RPM beta mode limiting / EHT activation
  • Start declines for bus voltage, residual ITT, and EHT
  • Simple and distinct motor and start cycle initiation
  • Start abort and exceed guidance via an annunciator
  • Anti flame-out operation capability for flight
  • Engine monitoring source for main instrumentation
  • Tracking of start cycles, hours, exceeds and more

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TSLM-TPE331 for the Garrett/Honeywell TPE-331 turboprop
  • Auto start sequence control
  • Auto start fuel enrichment / SPR activation
  • Auto start ignition delay for high residual temperatures
  • Alternative procedure to manually delay start ignition
  • Start declines for bus voltage, residual TT, and SFE/SPR
  • Simple and distinct motor and start cycle initiation
  • Start abort and shutdown guidance via an annunciator
  • Auto-relight / continuous ignition options for flight
  • Tracking of start and flight cycles, hours and more

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Engine Monitoring

The TSLM senses most, if not all, engine operational parameters, some being required for control, while others are solely informational. A warning light will annunciate not only when the TSLM detects a problem during a start but afterward (during flight) when particular parameters exceed their set limits. The TSLM further shares all operational information with other devices, including our DX1. The latter thus effortlessly realize in-cockpit engine instruments. All parameters get logged not only during every start but when one or more exceed their set limits. These can be retrieved and analyzed later.