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allowing the installer to incorporate new storage capabilities.
The JA70-005 glove box is an open storage compartment,
while the JA72-005 use the same form factor but incorporates
a 1A, 5VDC USB charging port and a 3.5 millimeter music
jack.
To learn more, visit www.jupiteravionics.com.

Northrop Grumman
LITEF’s LCR-300

Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics
Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics’ True
Blue Power division received several FAA
supplemental type certificates for its
TS835 Series lithium-ion
emergency power supply, the company’s
director of sales,
Tom Genovese, told
attendees at the
True Blue
AEA Convention.
Power’s TS835
Series lithium-ion
Through the Part
emergency power supply
23, 25 and 27 STCs,
the TS835 Series is
now approved as a direct replacement for the J.E.T. PS-835
and PS-855 lead-acid batteries. The power supply utilizes
the same rack, connector, wire harness and OFF/ARM/TEST
switch as the PS-835 and PS-855. In most cases, the installation simply requires removing the original battery and inserting
the TS835 into the existing 1/4 ATR mounting rack.
“The new and amended STCs provide service centers with
an easier and more efficient certification path for the installation of our lithium-ion power supplies,” explained Genovese.
New STCs True Blue Power received cover installation of the
TS835 Series in LearJet 35/36 models, BK117 and EC145
helicopters, and add a Part 23-approved model list of more
than 20 aircraft, including the Beech King Air and Pilatus
PC-12. Additionally, the TS835 Series received European
Aviation Safety Agency TSO certification in December 2012.
True Blue Power now has FAA, EASA and Transport Canada
certifications for its products, which are all housed in the company’s signature blue casing. In addition to the TS835, the
company’s product line includes aircraft inverters and other
power supplies.
Meanwhile, Mid-Continent Instruments and Avionics
has been named the exclusive U.S. service center for Trig
Avionics, serving Trig customers in all of North America. The
agreement further expands Mid-Continent’s avionics capabilities to include Trig TT21, TT22 and TT31 transponders, plus
its TY91 and TY92 VHF comm radios.
To learn more, visit www.mcico.com.

Northrop Grumman LITEF
Headquartered in Freiburg, Germany, Northrop Grumman
LITEF is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Northrop Grumman.
Mike Cawley, marketing manager, introduced attendees at the

AEA Convention to his company’s family of lightweight navigation and attitude and heading reference systems (AHRS),
including two new products – the LCR-200 and -300 gyros,
which he said cover all performance classes for civil and
COTS airborne applications.
Both of the new AHRS units feature micro-electromechanical systems technology and, when augmented with GPS, provide hybrid data including true heading, position, track angle,
track angle rate, drift angle, flight path angle and flight path
acceleration, wind speed and wind direction, plus groundspeed, and allow in-flight realignment. The basic version of
the LCR-300 is a pure attitude and heading reference system,
while the LCR-300A variant is an integrated RVSM-capable
air data module. The company said combining these two
functions into one device reduces installation costs, required
space and weight to a minimum.
The primary difference between the LCR-200 and -300 is
the LCR-300 provides only digital output, while the LCR-200
supports older autopilots requiring analog signals. In both
units, an external magnetometer can provide course reference and, if available, the systems are able to process GNSS
data. The LCR-300 uses an ARINC 429 interface. Both AHRS
units are designed to ARINC 705 AHRS (TAS/magnetometer
augmentation) standards, plus those applicable under various ETSO/TSO specifications. The company is marketing
the LCR-300/200 AHRS units for installation in small/medium
business jets and helicopters, and stressed the high reliability
resulting from incorporating MEMS technology.
To learn more, visit www.northropgrumman.litef.com.

Rockwell Collins
In-flight entertainment was on Rockwell Collins’ mind at the
AEA Convention. Lupita Ho, the company’s principal marketing manager for cabin systems, showcased the new Skybox
cabin-entertainment system, which Rockwell Collins said it
designed to bring the “full Apple experience to life on business
jets.” The company said Skybox is the first airworthy solution
to securely stream digital rights management protected content to cabin displays and to Apple devices while in flight. With
its terabyte of onboard storage capacity, Skybox gives passengers the ability to play any content stored in the system’s
library on up to 10 Apple iOS devices via Wi-Fi. Passengers
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014

From the Publisher
Interested in AEA Membership?
AEA Staff/Board of Directors
New Avionics Products for 2013
What's Up With Backup Instruments?
Going Glass
Before & After
Aircraft as Antenna Farm
Cockpit Innovations
Understanding Autopilot Upgrades
ADS-B Circa 2013
Portable Powerhouses, GPS and VHF
Minimal Panels
NextGen Status Report
Repair Stations
Manufacturers/Distributors
Affiliates/Index
AEA Member Company Index
Advertiser Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014 - Minimal Panels
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014 - NextGen Status Report
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