The two-seat R22 Beta II helicopter is a proven workhorse that has delivered exceptional performance in a variety of applications for over thirty years. The R22 has a two-bladed rotor system, T-bar cyclic and the latest in Robinson technology including crashworthy bladder fuel tanks.
A powder-coated steel tube structure provides a light yet rigid airframe while the aircraft’s aerodynamic fuselage optimizes airspeed and fuel economy. The R22 is powered by Lycoming’s proven O-360 engine that is derated to provide reserve power and better performance at high altitudes and in hot weather.
Aspen Primary Flight Display EFD1000H Pilot with Slaved DG
The EFD1000H Pilot with Attitude and Heading Reference Sensor (AHRS) technology is a lightweight, compact, digital six-pack display. Geared for VFR missions, the Pilot includes a slaved directional gyro with heading bug, and a built-in backup battery.
The EFD1000H Pro with Attitude and Heading Reference Sensor (AHRS) technology is a lightweight, compact, digital six-pack display. Geared for IFR missions, the Pro includes a Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI) and a built-in backup battery.
The Evolution 500H Multi-Function Display (MFD) is a glass extension to the EFD 1000H Primary Flight Display. The MFD provides a second screen that is GPS driven offering moving map navigation and situational awareness.
The MT950 Ground Handling Cart is a self-contained tug designed for use with the R22 (S/N 2500 and on). The ground handling cart allows a single operator to easily move the helicopter on a smooth hard surface. To use, the operator lifts the helicopter at either the ground handling ball or the rear cross tube, installs the ground handling wheels, and pushes or pulls the helicopter to the desired location.
The ground handling cart is driven by a 1-hp, 24-volt D.C. motor powered by two 12-volt batteries connected in series. Batteries are charged by an on-board charger. A door above the batteries provides access to the battery terminals for helicopter jump starting.
Let the versatile GTR 225 Comm radio reduce the amount of work you do in the cockpit. Not only does the GTR 225 meet the basic needs of most pilots – including adhering to new airspace requirements in Europe – but features a number of advanced features that save you time and effort.
The panel-mounted GTX 327 is a TSO-certified Mode C digital transponder. Its innovative features, proven performance and reliability bring a whole new level of transponder utility to your aircraft. Looking for a more affordable alternative? The panel-mounted GTX 320A Mode C transponder features a pilot-friendly design minus the DSTN LCD display.
The first truly all-digital audio panel, the GMA 350H cintroduces a number of new technologies to the helicopter cockpit, including Telligence™ Voice Command, 3-D audio processing and advanced auto squelch. The GMA 350Hc offers all the technology of the GMA 350H audio panel and adds the convenience of Bluetooth® wireless connectivity with your mobile and compatible portable devices, so you can distribute music or telephone audio through your aircraft audio panel wirelessly. And, with the VIRB® XE Aviation Bundle, Bluetooth works in place of a headset audio cable to overlay cockpit audio, such as radio and intercom, onto your video.
For aircraft operators looking to satisfy the ADS-B “Out” equipage rules as quickly and cost-effectively as possible, the Garmin GTX 335 ES transponder offers the ideal one-box, one-swap solution. It’s optionally available with a built-in WAAS GPS position source – so everything needed to meet compliance standards for a certified ADS-B “Out” solution can be provided with this simple all-in-one package installation.
Meeting ADS-B equipage rules for NextGen airspace just got easier — and more beneficial — for thousands of aircraft owners worldwide. With the introduction of the GTX 345 series of Mode S Extended Squitter (ES) transponders, Garmin provides a one-box, one-swap solution that enables owners and operators to meet ADS-B requirements with minimal expense, downtime and disruption to their panels — while providing all the weather and traffic benefits of ADS-B “In.”
The RA-4000 Radar Altimeter provides highly accurate altitude above-ground-level (AGL) information from 2,000 feet down to ground level. This real-time system offers an extra measure of operational safety during landing, navigation, and hovering. It is especially useful in flying search and rescue missions, forestry operations, pipeline maintenance, offshore helicopter operations, aeromedical emergency medical services, border patrol, and electronic news gathering operations. Its patented “anti-rotor-modulation” capability prevents altitude wandering while hovering in a helicopter. The RA-4000 radar altimeter consists of a remote unit and dual antennas for greater accuracy. Extensive I/O capabilities allow seamless integration with other on-board equipment such as flight director systems and TAWS.
The 406 AF-Compact ELT provides a direct connection to global Search And Rescue (SAR) services when an emergency situation occurs. The 406 Compact will automatically activate in the event of a crash. In addition, the pilot can manually activate it via a remote control switch in the panel. Once activated, the 406MHz distress signal is transmitted continuously, alerting international rescue services to the emergency and your location via the global Cospas-Sarsat Search And Rescue satellite system.
The A20 Aviation Headset is engineered to be more comfortable and provide more noise reduction than any headset we’ve ever made, while still delivering the clear audio you expect from Bose. And now there are more features than ever, including: a Bluetooth audio and communications interface; customizable audio prioritization control; intuitive “plug-and-play” operation; a high-performance microphone and an optional coil cord. And at just 12 ounces, it’s still one of the lightest active noise cancelling headsets out there.