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JetsMunt M70XBL

Thinking in a 45N, or 50N or 60N or 65N engine? Why not all in one? Our new M70 combines the size and weight of a 44 engine but with the power adjustable to 70N, so one engine fits all sizes. Thanks to our the new FlexPower software, the engine can be adjusted to any output power from 30N to 70N in seconds, while keeping all the features of his big brothers, Brushless starter, brushless pumps, Bus ECU, Restart, and telemetry.

Specifications:
Nominal thrust: 70N at 172.000 RPM
Idle thrust: 2.8N (<1lb)
Idle RPM: 50,000
Diameter: 75mm (3”)
Engine weight: 600g (1,35lb)
Installed weight: 740g (1,63lb)
Fuel: Kerosene/Diesel + 3% oil
Fuel consumption: 195g/min
Starting mode: Direct Kerosene

M70XBL: $US 1,795

 

Jets-Munt VT90BLR Turbine

Electronics

-An all new ECU design with a state of the art, powerful processor, user friendly with easy setup and is built into the engine. 1 fuel line, 1 battery connection and the throttle connection is all you need

-The nw ECU checks engine parameters and processes 500 times a second for a smooth and precise control, fast startup and precise RPM control. RPM measurement resolution is now 10RPM and EGT is read with a precision of 0.5ºC.

-The "black box" function stores the relevant parameters from the engine once each 0.5s, keeping the recorded data of the last 50 minutes of the engine run time, independently of the number of startup cycles

-Automatic battery detection: Supports 7.4V Lipo and 9.9V A123 batteries automatically

-Integrated sensors: The sensors are contained in the same board as the ECU reducing wiring connections and minimizing dailure.

- Internal temperature sensor

- Internal Kero Start system

-Integrated valves: The solenoid valves are part of the fuel system inside the engine

-ECU, sensors, fuel igniter and valves can be replaced without full engine disasembly ensuring easy maintenance


-New fuel pump manufactured by Jets-Munt, the fuel pump include a ball bearing motor for long life and precise fuel control

- Small engine size and design that is focused on reliable and easy to operation delivering over 80N - 18lbs of thrust


- The VT80 has a low operating temperature for a long life and fast acceleration time, to ease the control of the plane in critical situations like a go-around.

- Standard service interval is recomended at 25h

- Includes engine , fuel pump, fuel filter, data terminal and mounting strap. These are all the necessary items to run the engine, less the battery and fuel tank

 

Specifications

Guaranteed thrust in ISA conditions: 90N (20lb) at 150.000 RPM
Idle thrust: 4.5N (1lb)
Idle RPM: 45,000
Size: Diameter: 90.5mm (3.56”) Length 217mm (8,5")
Engine weight: 950g (2.1lb) . Including integrated ecu and valves Installed weight: 1,075g (2,37lb) all included less battery.
Fuel: Kerosene + 4% oil (synthetic 2T motorcycle oil or turbine oil).
Fuel consumption at 80N: 220g/min

Starting mode: Direct Kerosene fast startup, typical 45s from start command to engine ready to take off.

Price: $US 1,895

VT90 FOD : $US 30

Jets-Munt Merlin 100XBL

with Brushless ball bearing equipped fuel pump

 

Highlights of the M100XBL

The succesful M100 engine has been elected to be the first to receive our new electronic system.

Sensors and valves are installed inside the motor, simplifying installation.

The engine has only one fuel input directly from the pump, and a 3-wire electrical connection to the ecu that carry the battery power and a bidirectional digital bus. All measures and data from the engine are transmitted to the ecu in digital data format, using a high speed propietary protocol specially developped for this application. The bus design allow a distance up to 15meters from engine to ecu while keeping the generated noise by the bus to a very low level to not affect other devices nor to be affected by them.

All engine parameters and timers are stored in the engine, installation parameters (radio settings,etc) are stored in the ecu, enabling the swap of the engine without any adjust.

Specifications

Nominal thrust: 100N (22.5lb) at 152,000 RPM

Idle thrust: 5N

Idle RPM: 42,000

Diameter: 90mm (3.5”)

Engine weight: 985g (2.2lb) (including mounting strap)

Installed weight: 1,100g (2.4lb) including ecu, pump, valves

Fuel: Kerosene + 3% - 5% oil (synthetic 2T motorcycle oil or turbine oil)

Pressure ratio: 3 to 1

EGT typ: 650ºC

Fuel comsumption: 360ml/min

Start mode: Direct Kerosene, internal ignitor

Download the new Instruction Manual

Price: $US 2,195

M100XBL FOD : $US 30

Jets-Munt Merlin 166TS

with Brushless ball bearing equipped fuel pump and starter motor


Engine Key features:

Need a little more power, but want to keep your plane light? Want to have redundancy on a big, single engine model? The M166TS is the answer.
166N of thrust packed inside a small can of only 100mm diameter. Where a standard 110mm engine doesn’t fit, the M166 does!
Like all other JetsMunt engines, the M166TS use the same technology of brushless starters and pumps, coupled with our proprietary single wire digital bus, a very reliable communications system comparable to those used in high end cars and professional machines, immune to external electromagnetic noise and extremely low radiated energy.
Sensors and valves are installed inside the motor, simplifying installation. The engine has only one fuel input directly from the pump, and a 3-wire electrical connection to the ecu that carries the battery power and a bidirectional digital bus. All measures and data from the engine are transmitted to the ecu in digital data format.
All engine parameters and timers are stored in the engine, installation parameters (radio settings, etc.) are stored in the ecu, enabling the swap of the engine without any adjustment.
This engine has dual igniter that allows a very fast start up sequence, typical 35 seconds, fast restart time of below 15 seconds plus adding the extra reliability in the case of a single igniter failure.
Includes engine and all ancillary accessories needed to run the engine, except the battery. Recomended LiPo 11,1v 2200mA


Specifications:

Nominal thrust: 166N (37,4lb) at 124.000 RPM.
Idle thrust: 5,5N.
Idle RPM: 32,000.
Diameter: 102mm (4”).
Engine weight: 1.420g (3,12lb).
Installed weight: 1,535g (3,4lb).
Fuel: Kerosene/Diesel + 3% – 5% oil.
Fuel comsumption: @160N: 460g/min; @100N: 290g/min.
Start mode: Fast start, Dual glow plug Direct Kerosene.
Fast restart, typically <15 seconds.
Easily programmable maximum thrust in Newton or Pound.

Price: $US 2,595

M166TS FOD : $US 35

Merlin 200XBL


After 10 years of production of the M160, it is now time to bid it farewell and welcome the new M200XBL

(M160- M200 comparison)


The new turbine has state of the art new electronics, new XBUS system, integrated valves, brushless starter motor and brushless digital pump


Only one fuel input directly from the pump, and a 3-wire electrical connection to the ECU that carry the battery power and a bidirectional digital bus.
Specifications:
Nominal thrust: 200N (45lb) @ 120,000 RPM
Idle thrust: 7N @ 32,000 RPM
Diameter: 110mm (4.3”)
Engine weight: 1.5Kg (3.3lb)
Installed weight: 1.65Kg (3.65lb)
Fuel: Kerosene + 3% - 5% oil
EGT typical: 650ºC

M200XBL: $US 2,995

M200XBL FOD : $US 35

Kerosene Pump - 1304 - $US 150

Kerosene Pump - 1307 - $US 160

Telemetry adapter Futaba, Jeti and Multipleax RXs
Supports JetsMunt, Jetcentral, Kingtech and Wren Turbines

 

Adapter connects the telemetry data from XICOY V10 and newer ecus (all that use a servo lead on data terminal connection) to JETI FUTABA and MULTIPLEX receivers.

Supports several engines on the same receiver

Ecus V6 and older (connector RJ45 8 pin) not supported

Supports Futaba MZ18 and SG14 (Robbe Telemetry Box not supported)

Translates all relevant parameters (RPM, EGT, battery, Pump, Throttle and remaining fuel) from the ecu to the TX, where they can be recorded and alarms set.

If used on JETI radios, it provides full emulation of the ecu data terminal trough Jetibox to access to all ecu functions, and to monitor the startup of the engine. Keystrokes of the buttons on the transmiiter are sent to the ecu to allow the navigation through all the menus on the ecu.

On Futaba radios the measures of the received signal strenth and failsafe counter are transmitted to the TX for a evaluation of the quality of the radio link and to set a alarm if link became marginal

User Manual Download

Checkout the videos:

Navigating trough the ecu menus from transmitter

Monitoring the engine startup

Engine run, data logiing and displaying the data after a run

Video Futaba

Manual

Telemetry adapter Futaba, Jeti and Multiplex RXs: $US 59

Telemetry adapter Spektrum RXs: $US 59

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

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