Helicopter Long Range Fuel Seat Tank

The FIELD AVIATION Long Range Fuel Seat Tank STC was custom designed specifically for the Aerospatiale AS332 Super Puma helicopter.

TC, EASA and FAA STCs are avaialble.

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Heli-One offers Vision-1000 for integration in Super Puma family helicopters. Vision-1000 is a low weight mini Flight Data Recorder System installed in the cockpit. The system can record Attitude data, GPS data, Cockpit imaging and Ambient audio. The functionality of the Vision -1000 is based on Flight Data Monitoring (for daily operation) and limited Flight Data Recording (for crash or incident data retrieval).

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Installation of NVIS aircraft lighting modification for an Airbus AS332 Helicopter. Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) modifications are required to maximize visual acuity and safety while operating an aircraft with night vision goggles (NVGs).

ASU offers nearly 40 STCs covering more than 80 makes and models of rotary and fixed-wing aircraft. 

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Goodrich Electric Hoist Installation

This design installs the Goodrich 43311 3-phase AC Electric 600 lb Hoist.  Mounting is similar to the OEM hydraulic hoist.  Operational benefit is a faster cable speed allowing shorter duration to the more hazardous phases of a rescue. A specially designed fitting is used to connect the Goodrich electric hoist to OEM lift and drag struts.  OEM airframe fittings are re-used.  Existing cockpit controls are interfaced to the new hoist.  Pendant controls and cable cutter are mounted near door.  AC power is an elegant fit with the AS332 as they typically have an abundance of electrical power.  An extra attachment point for rappel or fast rope included. 

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Flight Data Monitoring System

Monitoring flight data is essential in order to ensure efficiencies and maintain safety. This piece of equipment can meet this need effectively. Heli-One offers Flight Data monitoring installation for helicopters. The system (FDM) uses a Solid State Quick Access Recorder (SSQAR) for recording flight data in parallel with the existing Flight Data Recorder. The data is directly recorded onto a removable PCMCIA card for easy access after each flight. The data can be used in a company database for analysis of trends and correction to procedures. The main interface with existing data stream is via the Harvard Bi-phase (ARINC 717) serial data line being output by the Flight Data Recorder for verification purposes. The safety of this recording has already been assessed in other projects. Any short or disturbance cannot affect either the recorded signal in the Flight Data Recorder or flight operations. The design may be adapted to other aircraft types upon request.

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Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System

Honeywell Mark XXII EGPWS is specifically configured for the dynamic factors of rotary-wing performance, which prevents Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) accidents by providing pilots with enhanced situational awareness. This modification is a fully-featured Helicopter Terrain Awareness and Warning System (HTAWS) with FAA TSO-C151b Class A and TSO-C194 approvals. The enhanced features include extensive worldwide terrain and obstacle database, look-ahead algorithms, internal GPS card, HD terrain imagery and multiple operation modes. In the event of exceeding boundaries of any alerting envelope, the EGPWS provides the flight crew with aural alert messages, visual annunciations and terrain displays, which interface with aircraft audio system, annunciators and EFIS or MFD. Multiple muting options are available for operators who regularly conduct low level operations. Depending on aircraft configurations, the EGPWS system can obtain aircraft position information either from its internal GPS system (a new GPS antenna required) or from an existing GPS system.

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Artex C406-N HM Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) System

The Artex C406-N is an Emergency Helicopter Locator compatible with multiple aircraft models for increased crew and passenger safety. Transmits the location of the helicopter in distress across multiple frequencies. Essential for operators working in remote and harsh environments. The ARTEX C406-N HM ELT System is a three frequency ELT that transmits on 121.5 MHz, 243 MHz and 406 MHz and meets the COSPAS/SARSAT 406 MHz requirements for worldwide satellite coverage. The ELT is used to transmit a standard swept tone signal on the international distress frequencies of 121.5 and 243.0 MHz and digital message on frequency of 406.028 MHz. The digital message includes aircraft ID and aircraft current position data (latitude and longitude). The remote switch panel provides a means for the pilot to manually activate the ELT, turn off accidental transmissions, and visually alert the pilot when the ELT is transmitting. The ELT can be activated (start transmission) automatically by built-in G-switches in case of an emergency. The buzzer is intended to help rescue crews locate the ELT on the aircraft when it is transmitting.

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