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DFC90 STC for Bonanzas Granted today

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    Posted: 10 May 2013 at 12:32pm
Will post more details tonight when I return from a XC but we officially have TSO/STC approval for the Avidyne DFC90 in Bonanzas (33, 35, 36 models)
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The table below lists the Bonanza models covered by this STC.  Both 14V and 28V aircraft are covered. 

The DFC90 is plug and play with the STec 55X (meaning just the control head needs to be replaced and all other elements can remain untouched).  It is also approved to replace the STec 30/50/55/60-2/65  but obviously the control head is not just plug-and-play in that case.

The install also requires the presence of an Aspen PFD (EFD1000) with v2.6 or later software.

Wiring in the flap position switch is optional.  Doing so adds the "Flap Overspeed" aural alert and improves the accuracy of the full-time Envelope Alerting underspeed alert (stall speed changes with flap position).   The STC allows for installations with and without the flap wiring.

 

Model

GW

CG

Ctrl

Vne

Vfe

H35

2900

+82.1-84.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ 17.5° Down

182 Knots

104 Knots

J35

2900

+82.1-84.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ 17.5° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

K35/M35

2950

+82.1-84.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ 19° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

35-33

2900

+82.1-85.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

N35

3125

+82.1-85.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ 19° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

35-A33

3000

+82.1-86.7

Flaps: 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

35-B33

3000

+82.1-86.7

Flaps: Down 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots

P35

3125

+82.1-85.7

Flaps: 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ Down 19°

195 Knots

104 Knots

S35

3300

+82.1-84.7

Flaps: 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator Tab: 22.5° Up/ 19° Down

195 Knots

113 Knots

35-C33/E33/

F33

3050

+81.5-86.7

Flaps: 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

195 Knots

104 Knots/ 113 Knots with Item 403(s) installed

G33

3300

+81.3-86.7

Flaps: 30°

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

195 Knots

122 Knots

V35/V35A/

V35B

3400

+82.1-84.4

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 22.5° Up/ 19° Down

197 Knots

123 Knots

35-C33A/ E33A/E33C

3300

+82.1-86.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

132 Knots

113 Knots

36/A36

3600 (1) or 3650 (2)

+81.0-87.7(1)

or

+81.0-87.7(2)

or

 

+74.0-87.7 if 3100 lbs or less

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: (23° Up/ 20° Down)(1)

Elevator: (25° Up/ 20° Down)(2)

204 Knots(1)

or

205 Knots(2)

123 Knots(1)

or

124 Knots(2)

 

F33A/F33C (Utility)

3400

+82.1-86.7

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: 25° Up/ 15° Down

197 Knots

123 Knots

A36TC

3650 (1)

+81.0-87.7(2)

or

+74.0-87.7 if 3100 lbs or less

Flaps: 30° Down

Aileron: 20° Up/ 20° Down

Elevator: (23° Up/ 20° Down)

 

203 Knots

 

123 Knots

 

 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote twalterhome3 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 May 2013 at 4:30pm
How much of a priority is it for Avidyne to get the servos done so we can put DFC90s into bonanzas with King KFC200s ?

Without committing you to an actual time estimate, at least can you say if this is now a high priority task for you?

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