WABNET’s wireless aviation router brings affordable connectivity onboard. Aviation Wifi allows crews using their own tablets to make and receive voice calls, send or receive messages, emails, and stay current with their operational services. Finally, an affordable solution is available to meet the growing demand from airlines on any type of aircraft, even regionals.
Connectivity will improve management of medical emergencies in flight, diversions or in any crisis situation.
Installation of a Sky Connect Tracker with Voice System
Installation of AirSatCom SAR Satellite Communications System.
Installation of Honewell KHF 1050 HF Communication System
Installation of the Wulfsberg Flexcomm II Communication System
Providing better quality audio and a vast range of radio/ nav channels than the legacy systems, this Heli-One design allows an upgrade from outdated intercom systems to the latest production standard for the S92 or S76 C++. With this modification, two or three audio panels can be installed. Some main advantages of this panel are the selectable isolation of the flight crew headsets from the passengers, a music input jack, a single passenger audio panel activated by the co-pilot, three maintenance audio including one in the cabin and a built in intercom which will support six passenger/crew headsets. In addition, the audio panel allows enhanced management function by providing control of four outgoing transmissions for five radios, the reception of up to thirteen receivers and the integration of five auxiliary inputs. All these features are added by including a 1A electrical load.
Chelton 935-2 VHF Direction Finder Installation on a Sikorsky S-92 Helicopter. EASA.IM.R.S.01276 FAA STC SR02415NY-D
Wulfsberg Flexcomm II Communications Management System Installation on a Sikorsky S-92 Helicopter. EASA.IM.R.S.01270 FAA STC SR02413NY-D
Installation of dual WAAS (Pilot/Copilot) Flight Management System (FMS) and single FMS configurations in accordance with PHI Master Document List No. PHI-S92-DL-0002, Rev. 8, dated October 10, 2011, or later FAA approved revision. The dual and single FMS configurations are further defined in PHI Top Drawing No. PHI-S92-60662, Rev. A, dated August 29, 2011, or later FAA approved revision. Rotorcraft Flight Manual Supplement Number PHI-959-S92-FMS-001B, Rev. 1, dated September 1, 2011, or later FAA approved revision is required for the dual FMS installation. Rotorcraft Flight Manual Supplement Number PHI-959-S92-FMS-001A, dated August 18, 2009, or later FAA approved revision is required for the single FMS installation. Instructions for Continued Airworthiness PHI Document No. PHI-S92-ICA-0003, Rev. C, dated September 12, 2011, or later FAA accepted revision is required.
Installation of Dual TDR-94D/RTU-4200 Transponders with extended squitter (ADS-B) in accordance with PHI Master Document List No. PHI-S92-DL-0003, Rev. 4, dated September 10, 2011, or later FAA approved revision. The dual installation is further defined in PHI Top Drawing No. PHI-S92-60667-01, Rev. IR, dated April 8, 2009, or later FAA approved revision. Rotorcraft Flight Manual Supplement Number PHI-959-S92-RTU-001, dated May 29, 2009, or later FAA approved revision is required. Instructions for Continued Airworthiness PHI Document No. PHI-S92-ICA-0004, Rev. B, dated September 9, 2011, or later FAA accepted revision is required