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Shadin Intro's New Avionics Modernization COTS Products at AEA21

Reportedly Allows for Cost-Effective Updates to Obsolete Avionics Systems

It's already looking to be a newsy week at AEA21... Shadin Avionics is introducing a wide variety of new, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products.

Shadin has been redefining itself in avionics integration and data management solutions with its Avionics Interface Systems (“AIS”) products. These products reportedly simplify aircraft modernization and will support future generations of conventional and electric aircraft.

“New aircraft systems are being installed for valuable customer and operational reasons and new flight critical systems are being installed on older aircraft,” comments Dan Nelson, President and CEO of Shadin Avionics. “Many times, older systems are not compatible with new avionics, meaning if an aircraft owner wants to upgrade without purchasing an entire new system, a converter or adapter is needed to make a proper connection.”

After numerous programs on diverse airframes and aircraft systems, Shadin has added many products to the AIS family. Now that these products have been produced, tested, and certified, they can easily be configured and sold in smaller quantities as COTS products. For example, on one project, Shadin repurposed the hardware from a Remoteflo to a Rad Alt input. That product became the Shadin AIS-380 Rad-Alt converter, which is now available for purchase at any point, pre-qualified and straight from the shelf. Other examples include the AIS-360 Buffer, AIS-360 LoHi Speed Convertor, AIS-361 CSDB Convertor, AIS-380 Combiner, AIS-450 Digital to Analog, AIS-455 Synchro-Resolver, and the AIS-460 Inertial Adapter.

FMI: www.shadin.com

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