New Avionics Installation

New Avionics Installation

  • Submitted By: dikyrich
  • Date Submitted: 06/09/2013 10:54 PM
  • Category: Technology
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By Richard.

After carefully looking at your current aircraft, I noted that you do have a Cessna 182 which is an American four-seat, single-engine, light airplane, built by Cessna of Wichita, Kansas. Your current aircraft contains the following Systems:
a) .Outdated Steam Gauges.

b) .Brittle Wiring.
c) .Old Radio Rack.
d) .Old Music Components(Jacks, Circuit Breakers, Fuses, e.t.c)
e) .Old Antennas.
Am glad to inform you that in 2005 Cessna began offering an EFIS system produced by Garmin called the G1000,Which is considered as a glass cockpit and an optional upgrade to the C182.
To begin with I would like to address the importance of the introduction of the EFIS (Electronic Flight Instrument Systems) in to a Cessna 182. I would like to bring to your attention that Electronic instruments brings many benefits that eliminate hundreds of gears, gearings, pointers, rotating drums and other fragile mechanical components. As I will help you understand that any instrument can be easily duplicated on the screen by programming its image. EFIS presents an easy –to- read pictorial view that generates symbols that are pilot-friendly. Instead of spreading information over different instruments on the panel, it overlays them into a single image for instance an EFIS Map display can also show thunderstorms, high terrain and nearby aircraft. That being said, I would like to ask you a few questions regarding your Cessna 182, to be able to determine; what type of EFIS System, and the timeframe for the new installation.
* How long have you had this plane?
* Have you ever had any prior EFIS installation done to this Plane?
* What’s the reason for the Upgrade?
* What kind of System do you have in mind for the new installation?
* How soon do you need this job done?
* How much are you willing to spend for this type of upgrade?
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