Dual AF-5600 in new Sportsman panel

AURORA, Ore. — “Over the last five years we [Pacific Coast Avionics] have completed more than 80 panels for Glasair Sportsman customers in the Two-Weeks-To-Taxi Program,” said Dewey Conroy, Pacific Coast Avionics (PCA) vice president and chief operating officer.

PCA is the exclusive panel builder for the Two-Weeks-to-Taxi program, with a variety of options, but the latest panel includes two Advanced Flight Systems AF-5600 10″ EFIS, a Garmin GTN 750 GPS/NAV/COM, Garmin GTX 33 transponder and an SL-30.

The most recent example of a Glasair panel from Pacific Coast Avionics is a “first” in that it features the Advanced Flight Systems AF-5600 10″ EFIS, giving the panel true glass cockpit feel and functionality.

The equipment list for the panel includes dual Advanced Flight Systems AF-5600 EFIS screens with Engine Monitor, Advanced Flight Systems Autopilot, Garmin GTN-750 Touchscreen GPS/NAV/COM with remote mount GMA-35 Audio Panel, GTX-33 Mode S Transponder, controlled through the GTN-750 and SL-30 NAV/COM.

Dewey Conroy went on to say, “Solving avionics problems and meeting specific customer requirements is what we do best. We are pleased to provide the design and installation capabilities that result in this extraordinary example of a custom panel, and we are thoroughly committed to the continued support of Glasair.”

Pacific Coast Avionics has become known for its full custom panel installations and has completed custom panel installs on a wide variety of piston, turboprop and jet aircraft since 1991. Pacific Coast Avionics is also recognized as a major supplier of avionics, instruments and pilot supplies to customers worldwide and provides sales and service representation for all major avionics manufacturers.

Pacific Coast Avionics is located on Aurora State Airport just south of Portland, Oregon. Its 14,000-square-foot facility can accommodate a wide range of personal and business aircraft up to and including business jets. Pacific Coast Avionics is an FAA approved Repair Station, No. OPXR455L, Airframe and Class 1, and 2 Limited Instrument.

For complete details contact Dewey Conroy, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, at 503-678-6242 or fax 503-678-6292. You can also visit the company website at www.PCA.aero

 

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