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Avionics, commented, "We are excited that Mercy Flight selected our product, further confirming that our aircraft Digital Audio system is further gaining broad acceptance throughout the Air Medical Service community. We are the worldwide brand leader in aircraft Digital Audio and intercom solutions for Helicopter and Fixed-Wing aircraft applications; it’s one of our best selling products. This DVCS6100 is an ideal solution for Mercy Flight’s EMS opera- tions and will serve them well.”


The DVCS6100 design provides the customer with ability to match a wide range of operational requirements with only one system. The built-in scal- ability and flexibility reduces not only the cost and time requirements for constant re-engineering and certifica- tion for a tailored system solution, but also reduces the learning curve for inte- gration, maintenance and trou- bleshooting time. Through software programming options, the system is both easily and quickly configurable to individual customer requirements, thus saving time and money. The DVCS’ open system architec-

ture technology provides for operational comfort and superior voice quality, ensuring that almost any customer requirement can be met, while provid-

ing crystal clear communication for crew and passengers. Becker Avionics focuses on meeting individual requirements with the highest commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. The state-of- the-art Digital DVCS6100 will enhance the effectiveness of any aerial platform. When compared to a legacy analog audio system, Digital technology provides sim- plified installation, improved perform- ance, reduced wiring and weight, along with reduced installation and mainte- nance costs. Furthermore, the compre- hensive built-in-test (BIT) feature enables line maintenance crews to easily diagnose/isolate failures and replace sys- tem components quickly.

No matter what the mission; from

Police and EMS, to passenger transport and surveillance or utility operations, the Becker Digital Audio system ensures a more modern and capable aerial plat- form.


The DVCS6100 has been designed for both rotary and fixed-wing applica- tions. The product fully reflects Becker Avionics’ proven know-how of more than four decades in audio system development for the aerospace indus- try. Since the market introduction of the 1st DVCS generation, 700 systems have been delivered, with all achieving

outstanding field reliability. Our con- tinuous product improvement program has made the DVCS6100 another Becker Avionics success story. Becker’s Digital Audio technology is superior to any analog system, as it offers crystal-clear voice communica- tion quality, a proven Man-Machine- Interface (MMI), outstanding reliabili- ty, scalability and flexibility, and is soft- ware configurable. The main system components of the DVCS6100 system are the Remote Electronic Unit (REU) 6100, the Audio Control Unit (ACU) 6100, and the optional Intercom Amplifier IC3100.

The product offers up to 8 com- munication transmit (TX) and up to 8 receiver (RX) channels, an integrated warning tone generator for up to 8 dif- ferent signals, an amplifier for 2 cock- pit speakers, as well as interfaces for 2 Cockpit Voice Recorders (CVR), and a Public Address Amplifier (PA). Up to 6 ACU’s can be operated together with one REU. Each unit can be configured with the included soft- ware to give complete adjustments across different on-board systems. The system also meets the highest standards for night operation under NVG and military conditions. The ACU6100 is available with NVIS green (MIL-STD 3009 Green B) and white Backlight, and offers emergency and slaved mode operation. ◆

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