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Airbus EC155, the mount has proven itself in many rescue operations.


United Rotorcraft Selects Becker Mission ADS-B Transponder and Digital Audio ICS for Firehawk®


SPAES Implements STC in Airbus EC155


SPAES GmbH & Co. KG recently carried out an STC for the integration of a transport holder for medical devices in the Airbus EC155 helicopter.


In cooperation with the customer’s medical department, the determination of the required properties for the rescue operations was carried out. Through several model demonstrations at the customer, the design was gradually optimized and ideally adapted to operational requirements.


Subsequently, materials and components were procured, and the customer commissioned the production of the required parts. After manufacture, the components were surface-treated for easier cleaning and installed in the customer’s own Part 145 installation shop.


“Thanks to the new holder, the medical devices in the helicopter can be optimally arranged to provide patients with the best possible service,” says Joachim Schanz, managing director of SPAES.


The bracket can be used in all positions in the passenger compartment, allowing a variable application design. The medical device holder was approved by an EASA STC in the Part 21J development business of SPAES. Since use in the helicopter


BY THE NUMBERS 270k 40 Jan/Feb 2020


The dollar value of a Mercedes AMG G63 that a Russian vlogger dropped from a helicopter hovering at 1,000 feet. Igor Moroz reportedly claimed his new vehicle was a lemon. An airport in Petrozavodsk accommodated the unusual demolition and Russian police launched an investigation into the incident.


15,000


The approx. number of lives saved by the U.S. Coast Guard HH-52A Seaguard during its years of service, 1963-89. Ninety-nine HH-52s were based on Coast Guard cutters, icebreakers, and air stations until retirement.


The number of Bell UH-1H Hueys that were built. Many earlier UH-1Ds were upgraded to the UH-1H standard.


5,345


United Rotorcraft recently selected Becker Avionics’ ADS-B transponder, the BXT6500 and digital audio ICS, as the DVCS6100 for a Sikorsky S-70i™ Firehawk® for a public safety operator.


completion currently underway


Senior Manager of Government Business Development Art Torwirt commented, “United Rotorcraft is focused on providing leading edge aircraft that meet our customer’s unique mission requirements. Becker Avionics has been a terrific partner providing mission capable ADS-B transponders, digital audio ICS systems, and outstanding on-site product support for our Firehawk®


program.”


The BXT6500 transponder series is a robust, cost-effective, and ADS-B compliant transponder that combines unique customer benefits, such as reduced size and weight, durable housing without ventilation slots or forced cooling, antenna diversity or single antenna configurations, digital interfaces, TCAS compatibility, and special mission capabilities.


The DVCS6100 is a state-of-the-art, mission-proven, NVIS- capable, high-performance intercom system with incredible audio quality and many unique operational functions. The intuitive HMI facilitates reliable communication for all aircraft types.


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