Designed in co-operation with Robertson Fuel Systems LLC, this FAA STC approved direct replacement primary fuel tank features a number of important safety enhancements, including the introduction of all-new modernized fuel retention technology and the strategic relocation of certain critical components to further enhance safety and ease of maintenance.
StandardAero is also working closely with Onboard Systems to ensure that the new retrofittable AS350/EC130 crash-resistant fuel tank remains compatible with Onboard’s industry-proven cargo swing solutions for the AStar family.
Installation of the structural portions of supplemental circuit breaker/switch panel along the lower insturment panel.
This minor change amends the wiring diagram on page 19 of the AS350B2/B3 model specific Installation Drawing 190-01007-H8 part of the EASA AML STC In addition instead of using a new push-button, this minor mod allows rewiring to an existing push-button on the control panel Post Mod 073273/073274. Alternatively to rewiring a push-button, a toggle switch is defined that will allow the crew to power down the GTN 650#1 in case of smoke in the cockpit.
Helicopter Windows AS350, H125
Installation of a reverse slide camera window.
Reverse, horizontal and vertical slide camera windows allow ready access for photography and observation applications. They are ideal for a variety of missions ranging from airborne law enforcement and news gathering to air medical services and feature a large opening for easy maneuverability.
Installation of provisions for structural hardpoints for use with a Bendix King RS 181A Radar Receiver Transmitter Antenna.
Fabrication of Onboard Systems Model 200-299-00 Fuel Drain Guard Kit in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved Onboard Systems Master Drawing List No. 155-111-00, Rev. 6, dated March 11, 2011, or later FAA-approved revision and Installation of the Fuel Drain Guard Kit in accordance with FAA-approved Onboard Systems Owner’s Manual No. 120-116-00, Rev. 7, dated March 11, 2011, or later FAA-approved revisions. Inspect and Maintain Fuel Drain Guard Kit in accordance with Section 5 of FAA-approved Onboard Systems Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) Document 123-020-00, Rev. 3, dated March 11, 2011, or later FAA-approved revision.
Fabrication of Onboard Systems Model 200-280-01, 200-280-02, 200-280-03, or 200-280-04, Cargo Hook Swing Suspension System in accordance with FAA-approved Onboard Systems Master Drawing List No. 155-086-00, Revision 27, dated October 30, 2009, or later FAA-approved revision.Installation of the systems in accordance with FAA-approved Onboard Systems Owner’s Manual No. listed in the table below, or later FAA-approved revision. This modification must be inspected and maintained in accordance with Section 5 of the FAA-approved Onboard Systems Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) and Onboard Systems Cargo Hook Service Manual listed in the table below, or later FAA-approved revision.