ST37 hall-effect thruster

The ST37 Hall-Effect Thruster is a modification of a Thruster with an Anode Layer. The magnet system of this thruster significantly differs from the classic system. A permanent magnet is used instead of an electromagnet as the central magnet core. This reduces the power consumption of the thruster and increases efficiency.

Input power
Input power, W 100-200
Specific Impulse
Specific Impulse, s 1150
Thrust, mN 15
Efficiency, % 37
ST37 hall-effect thruster

Other systems

The SPS40 Propulsion System was designed for medium and large satellites and able to adjust the orbit parameters and insure the maneuverability of satellites in space.

The SPS37 Propulsion System was designed for mini satellites mass up to 500 kg.

The ST40 Hall-Effect Thruster with an anode layer is designed for use as part of the propulsion system for satellites mass up to 1 T.


The Power Processing Unit is one of the components of the SPS40 and SPS37 propulsion systems.

SETS is developing a modular Xenon Feed System (XFS) with significant reductions in mass and cost while increasing system reliability.