Butler Avionics, Inc.
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Since its inception in 1969, Butler Avionics, Inc. has been offering a vast array of services. From new installations and retrofits, to avionics, instruments, and radar troubleshooting and repair. With its talented team of professional technicians, Butler Avionics, Inc. is your premier avionics repair specialist.
-1090 MHz ADS-B “Out” enables aircraft to operate at any altitude, in airspace around the globe -Combines Mode S Extended Squitter (ES) transponder and optional WAAS/GPS position source in a single unit -Provides access to dual-link ADS-B “In” traffic and subscription-free weather on compatible displays -Wirelessly stream weather, traffic, GPS position and backup attitude via Connext™ link to Garmin Pilot™ and ForeFlight Mobile apps as well as the aera® 795/796 portables -Easy replacement for your existing transponder, with common 1.65-inch tall form factor
A number of years ago, Rockwell Collins announced the difficulty in obtaining parts to support the factory-installed AHC-85 AHRS system in many Lear 60 aircraft. Working closely with Learjet and Rockwell Collins, Butler Avionics obtained FAA approval of the AHC-3000A retrofit in the Model 60 Learjet. The Butler Avionics STC offers operators the alternative to replace either one or both of the AHC-85 Computers at any given time.
Butler Avionics, Inc. offers a cost-effective ADS-B(Out) Solution for Learjet Model 60 Airplanes (STC ST02455SE). The Butler ADS-B Solution operates independent of existing equipment, complies with the ADS-B regulatory requirements, and also offers optional features for display of ADS-B(In) information on portable electronic devices (PEDs), such as the iPad.
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