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designed to offer pilots a quick, at-a-glance understanding
of their airplane's AoA during critical phases of flight .
While maneuvering their airplane, pilots can use the
GI 260 AoA indicator to obtain progressive audible and
visual alerts as its wing nears the critical angle of attack .
It allows pilots a visualization of the wing's relationship to
its critical AoA, and alerts during high-workload situations,
helping provide additional warning of an impending stall .
Benefiting from the FAA's deregulation of such devices,
Garmin said its AoA system uses industry-leading normalized AoA technology, providing superior performance
throughout all phases of flight . The three-component system is expected to be available for installation in 2014's
third quarter, with packages available to accommodate different airplane voltage and provide the option of a heated
probe . The GI 260 indicator also is available as an option
for Garmin's recently announced G3X touchscreen glass
panel .
Garmin also announced its GRA 55, which the company said is a best-in-class and cost-effective radar
altimeter designed specifically for helicopters and general
aviation aircraft . The new radar altimeter incorporates
the company's patent-pending digital signal processing
technology to provide smooth altitude tracking in the most
challenging environments: rough terrain, tree canopies,
sand and choppy water . The GRA 55 also has built-in selftest monitors that continuously cross check system and
data integrity, allows simpler installation and calibration,
and minimizes antenna cable length . The company also
announced the GI 205, a stand-alone indicator, designed
to pair with the GRA 55 or the existing GRA 5500 radar
altimeter .
To learn more, visit www .garmin .com .
Ingenio Aerospace/DAC International
Ingenio Aerospace focuses on designing and developing electro-mechanical products and systems for
both commercial and corporate aviation . The company
brought its newest cabin and cockpit products to the
AEA Convention, highlighting the different ways its solutions can connect with and provide mounting for popular smartphones, tablets and other personal electronic
devices .
Ingenio's SMART Charger is a USB-based charging
device engineered to meet the RTCA's DO-160 standard,
addressing environmental conditions and test procedures
for airborne equipment . The company said it is the most
compact, lightweight and reliable charger on the market,
robust enough to power all of today's electronic devices .
If customers also require a data connection, the SMART
Extender combines USB charger capability with a passthrough connector . It also meets DO-160, and is the most
compact USB connector for aircraft, according to the company, enabling USB access up to 50 meters from a hub or

Ingenio's SMART Cabin Arm

host . Ingenio added that its proprietary Inteli-Fuse protection can eliminate any servicing need after a power-hazard situation "while fully protecting user devices ."
Meanwhile, Ingenio's SMART Cockpit Arm is a compact, lightweight and detachable mounting device for
a variety of PEDs used in an aircraft's front office . It's
complemented by the SMART Cabin Arm, designed for
passenger use . Both mounting devices are engineered to
meet the industry's most stringent technical requirements .
They're joined by the SMART Holder, which Ingenio said
is the "most unique and functional product" of its kind on
the market .
The company also provides customized solutions built
for specific customer needs and market requirements .
Ingenio Aerospace's products for general and business
aviation are marketed by DAC International .
To learn more, visit www .ingenioaerospace .com or
www .dacint .com .
Jupiter Avionics
Jupiter Avionics Corp .
Jupiter's wiJAC-D01
is a Canada-based comwireless dropcord
pany founded by managers formerly with Northern
Airborne Technology .
Following restructure and
closure of NAT in late
2010 by its parent company, those managers found
a way to use management
and development talents of
NAT's former employees . The
result is Jupiter Avionics, whose
mission is to "become the industry standard
for audio avionics ." Toward that end, the company
introduced three new components for its wireless intercom
product line .
Jupiter's wiJAC-D01 is a wireless dropcord for its popular line of wireless intercom systems . The new product
offers a wireless headset adapter with radio transmission
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From the Publisher
New Avionics Products for 2014
AEA's Value-Added Equation for Aircraft Owners
Attention FAA!
Equipped Like New
In-flight Entertainment
Integrating Mission Capabilities
Lithium Batteries 101
Autopilot Upgrades
Homebuilding Panels: Tackling Wires, Electrons and Circuits
ADS-B Early Adopters
Advertisers Index
ADS-B Installations are Beginning to Take Off
AEA Staff/Board of Directors
Repair Stations
Manufacturers/Distributors
Affiliates
AEA Member Company Index
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