Tue, Feb 18, 2003
"Spirent is receiving positive feedback from the market for the
AvVisor™ Plus and is very excited to now have the new display
certified," said Dennis Snyder, Business Aviation Sales &
Marketing Manager for Spirent Systems. "Units are being installed
already in the light to medium sized business jet community, and we
are thrilled with the reception by the industry."
The FAA's approval, long in the works, was issued in
January, and units are already finding their way into high-line GA
and business aircraft.
AvVisor Plus is built on a tradition of superior performance and
efficiency, representing sixth-generation cabin display
technology. AvVisor Plus combines flexibility and
customization with new features such as worldwide moving maps and
digital video (DVD). AvVisor Plus also provides passengers with
cabin audio interface, accurate, real-time flight data, and has the
capability to display customized graphics, Microsoft
PowerPoint® presentations, and video clip playability.
AvVisor™ Plus utilizes a full VGA, bright, flat-panel Active
Matrix Liquid Crystal Display (AMLCD), allowing for a total digital
information stream. This complete in-flight cabin information
system is available in 6.4", 8.4", and 10.4" display sizes.
For the certification process, system installation and FAA/DER
inspection was performed at Raytheon Aircraft Services in Tampa
(FL), on a Citation CJ2 (Model 525A).
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