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News from Soloy Aviation Solutions

Olympia, Wash. – Soloy Aviation Solutions presents the Electronic Engine Management System (EEMS) that provides a graphical representation of all engine instrumentation and is designed to act as the primary engine instrumentation for SD2 aircraft.

The EEMS unit has been configured properly to reflect instrumentation scales, exceedance limitations and warnings. Once configured to the owner’s individual airframe and engine combination, the EEMS will provide the most advanced monitoring available.

The EEMS display unit has two separate vertically arranged electronic LCD screens – the upper is considered the Primary Display and the lower one is the Secondary Display. These LCD screens are electronically and physically separated to achieve a redundant system.

In addition to providing graphic representation of engine instrumentation, the EEMS provides several diagnostic data: engine starts and time, aircraft time, airframe total hours and revenue hours, peak operating exceedance value, and cycle counting for the gas producer components and the power turbine rotor.

The EEMS further provides recorded engine data on a per flight basis which can be downloaded from the unit to be reviewed on a computer. Should one of the displays cease communication, the other display will automatically initiate reversionary mode operation. The reversionary mode displays all the information from both LCD#1 and LCD#2 main screens in a concise format of smaller graphics and numerous digital graphics.

“Operators will find it easier to keep track of a lot of information in one display setting,” added Nick Parkinson, Soloy’s head of Helicopter Sales.

Soloy Aviation Solutions announced that operators of AS350B, BA and B2 helicopters may now select from a wide variety of engine configurations to better meet their operational or budgetary requirements.

For the AS350B and BA models, the LTS101-600A-3A will be available in 12 price configurations, varying from $281,000 for the basic engine to $415,000 for the zero time since overhaul version. The zero overhaul configuration includes new extended life air cooled GP turbine blades and all zero life limited/cycle limited components.

The LTS101-700D-2 used in the AS350B2 will also be available in 12 configurations, varying from $297,000 for the basic engine to $464,000 for a new production engine. The basic engine versions will have completed the 1800-hour inspection and a zero time since new extended life cooled GP turbine blades.

“The AS350 operators considering a Soloy conversion will find they have more options to choose from to fit their individual budgets,” commented Nick Parkinson, Soloy’s head of Helicopter Sales.

All engines will be delivered with a factory warranty of 1000 hours or two years. The accessories will have a 600 hour or one year warranty. The Honeywell engines will be in full compliance with current factory mandatory service bulletins.

Soloy Aviation Solutions
Soloy Aviation Solutions is a Washington State based company specializing in fixed and rotary wing aircraft power and performance improvements as well as contract engineering and aviation parts manufacturing for over 40 years.

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