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• Available with either slaved directional gyro (DG) or horizontal situation indicator (HSI) functionality


EASA Approves Aspen Avionics’      Installation in Bell and Bell/Agusta 206


Aspen Avionics, manufacturer of the Evolution Flight Display System (EFD), recently announced European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval for  display (PFD) into Bell and Bell/Agusta 206 models under EASA supplemental type 


The lightweight and compact form factor of Aspen’s helicopter PFD system is a         EFD1000H PFD is a solid-state electronic      a modern alternative to mechanical attitude indicators, directional gyros, and horizontal situation indicators. EASA approval now provides a path for Bell  aging mechanical instruments with reliable glass panel technology.


      Ferrari, Aspen’s vice president of sales and customer support. “The combination of superior digital ADAHRS reliability,      that increase situational awareness is what makes the Evolution Flight Display System such a compelling solution for Bell 


EFD1000H PFD features: •


•       either 360-degree or 100-degree arc views


•  laid behind DG or HSI


• HSI version provides full interface with navigation receivers


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Solid-state air data computer and attitude reference system


Built-in emergency GPS sensor with 30-minute backup battery


Airspeed, attitude, altitude, turn rate, slip/skid, magnetic direction and vertical speed


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