07.11.2007 01:00 PM
Geneva Aviation consoles address mounting needs in ENG copters

As newsgathering organizations expand the avionics capabilities of their helicopters, the need for additional component mounting space in the cockpit grows.

Geneva Aviation developed the P132 avionics console and P123 supplemental avionics console for AS 350 series helicopters to meet the demand for more space.

The Geneva P132 electronics console provides a convenient method of mounting the additional radios and control heads within easy reach of the flight crew. The unit allows installation of a 10in stack of radios and other avionics controls typically required for ENG work. The P123 supplemental console also mounts between the pilot and co-pilot seats.

The P132 avionics console is equipped with reliable Mil-Spec sealed toggle switches and circuit breakers, which replace the factory push buttons and fuses.

For more information, visit www.genevaaviation.com.



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