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TSO Authorization Granted for Universal Avionics AHS-525 AHRS


The Federal Aviation Administration has granted Technical Standard Order (TSO) authorization for Universal Avionics AHS-525 Attitude Heading Reference System (AHRS). This long-awaited approval allows the company to manufacture and bring to market a new addition to its product line. The AHS-525 is positioned as a low cost option for replacing legacy mechanical VGs and DGs in Part 23 and Part 25 fixed-wing aircraft, and Part 27 and Part 29 rotorcraft.


The AHS-525 contains multiple rate gyros to measure angular aircraft motion in the pitch, roll, and yaw axes, and several accelerometers to measure aircraft linear motion along the longitudinal, lateral, and vertical axes of the aircraft. It is a cost- effective solution for replacement of fragile mechanical “spinning” gyroscopes.


“We are excited to be able to offer our customers a cost-effective, highly reliable solution for replacement of their older technology gyros,” said Dan Reida, Universal Avionics vice president of sales and marketing. “Customers will benefit from simplified and reduced-cost retrofit installations, and reduced operating costs, weight, wiring, and power consumption,” he added.


A single AHS-525 provides an opportunity to replace multiple Line Replaceable Units (LRU) found in a typical aircraft installation. The stand-alone AHS-525 offers micro-electromechanical (MEMS) technology that has all of the advantages of reliable solid-state technology, along with ease of alignment procedures, a compact and lightweight size, and increased reliability over VGs and DGs.


28 May/June 2016


MAGnificent Receives FAA STC Validation


Mecaer Aviation Group (MAG) has successfully validated their luxury interior, The MAGnificent, with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Immediately following the initial STC with EASA, MAG began validating with authorities around the globe, including the FAA. The validation schedule was determined by market demand and scheduled deliveries for the interior.


The MAGnificent can be installed in factory new or post-production line aircraft and offers flexibility in configuration. VIP clients can choose from four-, five- or six-seat layouts with options for up to two center consoles, MAG’s proprietary I-FEEL (In-Flight Entertainment Enhanced Lounge), and passenger controlled Electro-Chromic Windows. The interior includes two of MAG’s proprietary


technologies. The “SILENS” noise canceling system has successfully reduced the cabin noise to a level where normal conversation can be conducted between passengers without headsets. MAG’s I-FEEL technology provides passengers with moving jet maps and audio/ video entertainment, along with internal Wi-Fi interface to personal smart devices.


“All of us at MAG are extremely proud to have received the FAA validation for the MAGnificent,” said Armando Sassoli, co- general manager of Mecaer Aviation Group. “This major milestone paves the way for many interiors in the United States.”


The first MAGnificent interior was installed in the Bell 429 last year and since then has been on a number of demonstration tours showcasing the luxurious interior to potential customers around the globe.


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