Our highly specialised team knows about avionics issues. Core competences include the installation, inspection and repair of components of all renowned manufacturers. 

With state-of-the-art testing equipment and technical know-how, we can easily localise and remedy errors on site – even for older systems. Customer-specific modifications and expansions complete our service.

A large pool of rental equipment is available so that you can still fly while your aircraft is being repaired. 

Our service

  • Installation, maintenance, repair, exchange and other services - from standalone units and batteries to complex Autopilot- and WX radar systems
  • Collins, Honeywell and Garmin systems as integrated solutions
  • Conversion and refitting to state-of-the-art avionics (RVSM, TCAS, EGPWS, FDR, FMS, GPS, 8.33 kHz, P-RNAV, ADS-B Out)
  • Functional tests, troubleshooting & repairs (i.e. of transponders and altimeters due to FAA standards)
  • Electronic tests
  • Complete redesign of panels
  • Sale and consultation for avionics equipment
  • Provision of rental equipment and devices (loaner pool)
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406 MHz ELT-Programming

As both, certified Artex Level One Service Center (=LOSC) and Kannad Aviation / McMurdo Level 2 Service Center we can exchange the batteries and program your ELT

 
For one of the most commonly used protocols: 

  • Aviation User - Tail Number (Short): 
    Identifies ELT by the Tail Number of the aircraft and country code, no position data is included in message
  • Serial User - Aircraft 24-Bit Address (Short):
    Identifies ELT by aircraft 24 bit address and country code, no position data is included in message
  • Aviation User-Location - Tail Number (Long):
    Identifies ELT by the Tail Number of the aircraft and country code, position data can be included in message (with C406-N ONLY) but it is limited to 4 minutes resolution (as per Cospas/Sarsat requirements)
  • Standard Location - ELT 24-Bit Address (Long):
    Identifies ELT by the 24-Bit Address of the aircraft and country code; the 24-Bit Address is also known as the "Mode-S" number, "octal number" or "ICAO Address" and is issued by a National Authority and is usually expressed as 8 octal digits or 6 hexadecimal digits. It can include position data (when using ELT w/ ELT/NAV Interface or a C406-N) with 4 seconds of resolution.