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  • NEWS | US Aero Dynamix

    Aero Dynamix Night Vision Lighting System for R44


    FAA has issued STC# SR9868AC to ADI for the Robinson R44 Night Vision Compatible Lighting System



    FAA has issued STC# SR9868AC to ADI for the Robinson R44 Night Vision Compatible Lighting System

    Aero Dynamix Night Vision Lighting System for R44


    Aero Dynamix, January 03, 2017 - Aero Dynamix Inc. (ADI) today announces another aircraft model and STC added to their long list of NVG certifications.

    The FAA has issued STC# SR9868AC to ADI for the Robinson R44 Night Vision Compatible Lighting System which is comprised of a combination of both internal avionics modifications as well as the addition of a NVIS white LED overlay and instrument cluster.

    “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.” said ADI’s Chief Operating Officer Tonka Hufford. “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.”

    About Aero Dynamix: Aero Dynamix Inc. is located in Euless, Texas and is a premier leader in NVG cockpit modifications as well as illuminated panel technology and manufacturing.

    Aero Dynamix currently holds 34 NVG cockpit STC’s covering over 40 aircraft models along with numerous EASA, TCCA, JCAB, and ANAC validations. AS9100 & ISO 9001 Approved, QPL certified by the DLA for MIL-DTL-7788 Illuminated panels. www.aerodynamix.com


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    Robinson R44
    US FAA     Federal Aviation Administration
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