ADI earns STC for lighting system
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has granted a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to Aero Dynamix (ADI) for its Night Vision Integrated Systems (NVIS) compatible lighting system on the Robinson R44 helicopter.
The system includes internal avionics modifications as well as the integration of an NVIS white LED overlay and instrument cluster.
Tonka Hufford, COO of ADI, said: ‘As this platform has successfully grown and gained popularity in the marketplace over the years it’s been an opportunity that we have been looking forward to for some time.
‘Our team is very proud of this modification and once again provided the superior solution in both night and day time instrument readability for our customers.’
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