TR-2V Stack Decoupler

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TR-2V Stack Decoupler
Part image
Decoupler by
O.M.B. Demolition Enterprises
Radial size Tiny
Cost (total) 300.00 Fund
Mass (total) 0.02 t
Drag 0.2
Max. Temp. 2000 K
Impact Tolerance 9 m/s
Research Precision engineering.png Precision Engineering
Unlock cost 5200 Fund
Since version 0.18
Part configuration decouplerStackTR-2V
Ejection momentum 150 Ns
Testing Environments
On the surface ✓ Yes
In the ocean ✓ Yes
On the launchpad ✓ Yes
In the atmosphere ✓ Yes
Sub orbital × No
In an orbit × No
On an escape × No
Docked × No
Test by staging ✓ Yes
Manually testable × No

The TR-2V Stack Decoupler is a decoupler that allows for staging rockets vertically and in sequence.


The TR-2V adds a stage to the rocket and when activated will release the decoupler as well as anything attached to it, much like the TR-318A. It remains attached to one side of the rocket - the side facing away from the arrow on the decoupler. It is used mainly for jettisoning spent stages or drop tanks with a .625m node.

Product description

The TR-2V Stack Decoupler is a miniature detachment utility for small rockets and space probes.


  • Initial release