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The design of the JetGo 550Mti Diesel Hybrid Ground Power Unit was the result of over 30 years of GSE experience and consultation with leading military and commercial rotorcraft operators in an eff ort to understand the true application of a GPU in a busy helicopter operations environment. Benchmarks established for the unit’s design - and met - include ease of operation, compact size and weight, low noise level, minimal fuel consumption for long run time, simple maintenance, and proven dependability. The result is the most refi ned and purpose-built 28V DC GPU on the market today.


Since the introduction of these units, JetGo GPUs can be found in operation in the most demanding environments. The unit’s design allows for extended use and durability in desert heat, high altitude, and the coldest temperatures - day in and day out. It is this proven reliability and service that has resulted in the recent shipment of AERO’s 300th production unit.


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DeVore Aviation’s Pulse Light Approach Slope


Indicators (PLASI) is FAA certifi ed per L-883 for both airport and heliport installations. The addition of a PLASI system to your airport or heliport adds a tangible safety asset for aviators in any fl ight situation. The PLASI system comprises a fully self-contained single box unit that provides a vertical glide path in four diff erent sectors from a pulsing white light (above), to a steady white (on course), to a steady red (below), to a pulsing red (well below).


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