Sat, Oct 13, 2007
Tracking Not Impacted By Vertical Mounting Position
Rugged unit gives helicopter operators a new IFE option for
Avionics Innovations, Inc. told ANN Friday its remote-mounted,
multi-region ICE DVD/CD/mp3 player has successfully met DO-160E
vibration testing standards when vertically mounted... clearing the
way for the device's use in helicopter environments.
A vertical mounting places more stress on playback units'
tracking ability... but Avionics Innovations says its rugged,
high-reliability ICE (Integrated Cabin Entertainment) system player
passed all test procedures.
Installed with a passenger control unit (PCU), the
vibration-resistant playback unit offers helicopter operators
another reason to specify Avionics Innovations' ICE system, a
modular package that can include such components as Sirius
satellite radio, video amplifier and an LCD screen.
Avionics Innovations, Inc., of Ramona, CA designs and
manufactures a complete line of video and audio entertainment
systems for corporate, airline and general aviation.
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