Aspen STC, Inc. and Aspen Avionics today announced that several Enstrom helicopters are now approved for retrofit with Aspen Avionics’ Evolution EFD 1000H Pro primary flight display, and EFD 500H/1000H multi-function display through a Supplemental Type Certificate issued to Aspen, STC, Inc. Aspen Avionics and Aspen STC, Inc. are independent and unaffiliated organizations.
Aspen STC, Inc. designed the engineering package for the certification and includes both one- and two-tube configurations of Aspen Avionics’ award-winning displays. The approval covers Enstrom F-28A, F-28C, F-28F, 280, 280C, 280F, 280FX, TH28, 480 and 480B models.
“As an Enstrom pilot myself, I know first-hand the benefits gained by installing the latest glass panel technology. With this STC, we will be able to improve reliability and decrease maintenance costs through the replacement of mechanical navigation instruments with the installation of Aspen’s primary and multi-function flight displays,” said Jeff Mandel, President, Aspen STC, Inc.
“Aspen’s unique retrofit technology is ideal for the helicopter market,” said Mark Ferrari, Aspen’s Vice President of Sales and Customer Support. “The combination of superior digital ADAHRS reliability, affordable pricing, and robust features that increase situational awareness is what makes the Evolution Flight Display System such a compelling solution for Enstrom operators.”
About Aspen STC, Inc.
Aspen STC, Inc., incorporated in August 2010 was established for the sole purpose of obtaining the Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the installation of Aspen Avionics’ Evolution display system in Enstrom helicopters. For further information regarding this STC please contact Jeff Mandel at Aspen STC, Inc. by email at [email protected] or by telephone at (305) 767-1948.
About Aspen Avionics, Inc.
A new way to look at avionics.™
Aspen Avionics specializes in bringing the most advanced technology and capability from the commercial and business aviation markets into general aviation cockpits—and budgets. Our products increase situational awareness and reduce pilot workload, making it easier and safer to fly in both VFR and IFR conditions. The way we look at it, getting the latest avionics technology shouldn’t always mean spending a lot of money—on equipment or installation. At Aspen Avionics, we design products to be affordable, easy to install, and easy to own. The company can be found online at www.aspenavionics.com, and may be reached at (505) 856-5034.
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