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FAA Broadens Approval of uAvionix AV-30-C EFIS Display

Over 190 Aircraft Models Added to Approved Model List

uAvionix, the Montana-based avionics concern that recently celebrated the delivery of its fifty-thousandth ADS-B OUT system, has announced that it has received FAA approval to expand the Approved Model List (AML) for its AV-30-C Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS) by over 190 light-twin, and high-performance single-engine aircraft models.

The approval affords operators of myriad popular aircraft to outfit their machines with uAvionix’s compact, highly-functional panel display.

Launched in October 2019 and STC certified less than a year thereafter, the AV-30-C is installable as either a primary attitude-indicator or directional-gyro. The self-contained device’s three-inch display adds a suite of in-flight information which—in addition to primary AI/DG functions—includes a probe-less angle-of-attack indicator, baro-corrected altitude, indicated/vertical/true airspeed, bus voltage, G-load, and GPS navigational date. Additional features such as autopilot control, ADS-B traffic support through the AV-Link Wi-Fi adapter, and magnetic DG aiding through AV-Mag, are available in the experimental market, and currently undergoing STC certification.

uAvionix CEO Ryan Braun states: “We are excited to make our highly successful AV-30-C available to a broader market segment. We have received a lot of requests from aircraft owners in the light-twin and high-performance singles market for solutions that preserve the unique look of their panel while offering the significant benefits that a digital EFIS can bring. The expanded AML and continued development of significant new functionality reinforce our commitment to be the avionics provider of choice for the light GA pilot.”

In addition to streamlining the appearance and function of a great many more aircraft panels, the expanded model list enables a whole new group of pilots and aircraft operators to capitalize on the benefits of controlling their tailBeaconX ADS-B OUT Mode S transponder via the AV-30-C.

tailBeaconX is a low-cost, highly integrated 1090 MHz ADS-B transponder that replaces an aircraft’s rear navigation light with a single apparatus housing an ADS-B OUT / Mode S transponder, SBAS GPS, antennas, and a rear LED position light. tailBeaconX is uniquely capable of meeting emergent international equipment requirements of countries implementing space-based ADS-B. What's more, pairing the tailBeaconX and AV-30-C frees up panel space, consolidates the presentation of flight-data, and improves pilot situational awareness.

FMI: www.uavionix.com

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