Stec 55 Autopilot Installation Manual

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Stec 55 Autopilot Installation Manual

Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise Fully Activated Rarlab. System 55X Autopilot Full Function Two Axis Analog Autopilot - Roll & Pitch High-performance, two-axis autopilot for reducing pilot workload in IMC through all modes of flight. System 55X benefits: • High Performance: Fully IFR-capable, with nav and glide slope intercepts that make it ideal for approaches. Geografia E Storia Della Letteratura Italiana Pdf Editor. • GPS Roll Steering: Extremely accurate, hands-off GPS navigation. • Control Wheel Steering: Hand-fly aircraft and then let the autopilot take over to hold the existing turn rate and vertical speed.

• Hundreds of STC’s: From light singles through piston twins. • Optional GPSS and Yaw Damper.

This manual may be used in conjunction with FAA approved autopilot Airplane Flight Manual Supplement. Proper installation and proper clutch setting. — The autopilot should disconnect. NOTE: The Manual Electric Trim Command Switch will disconnect the autopilot only if there is a Pitch Mode engaged.

Genesys Aerosystems Autopilot & Avionics Systems Genesys Aerosystems brings together the talents of S-TEC Corporation and other leading avionics organizations. Key customers include AgustaWestland, Airbus Military, Air Medical Group Holdings, Bell Helicopter, Carson Helicopters, Embraer, Grob Aircraft, Sikorsky, Textron AirLand, and commercial, military, and government fleets around the world. Since our founding in 1978, S-TEC Corporation has shipped over 40,000 autopilot systems.

We offer one of the most comprehensive portfolios of autopilots for airplanes and helicopters. From low-cost analog wing levelers to sophisticated, digital, three-axis systems with Flight Director and envelope protection, S-TEC has over 1,500 FAA and international certifications for more than 1,000 aircraft types.

And S-TEC’s new HeliSAS® brings digital, full-authority autopilot technology to light single and twin-engine helicopters in a package weighing an unprecedented 12 pounds. Another key division of Genesys Aerosystems features the pioneers that developed the world’s first FAA-certified 3D Synthetic Vision flight display system and GPS-WAAS navigator. In addition, industry firsts like Highway-In-The-Sky navigation have helped us grow to become a proven leader in integrated cockpit avionics systems for special-mission aircraft. In fact, our display/EFIS products have been certified on over 700 different aircraft types in all four FAA regulatory classes: Part-23, Part-25, Part-27, and Part-29.