Blow up print
Problems with sb schematic.
1. Fuse HZ121 did not exist. There was a fuse labels S54321?????. In its place. It was covered with heat shrink and capped. This means the APU contactor engaged logic lightwire was disabled before I got to it. We dealt with this by ordering a new fuse from Cessna, and leaving the old wire capped and labeled.
2. The wire from PT003 pin W to JZ013 pin 3, did not exist on any service bulliten drawing. That wire is “other side start”. After reviewing high serial number wire diagrams, we verified that we should leave that wire in place.
3. The relay that we added near the copilots elbow, KF022. was partially wired. I could not remove the relay from the socket to do a complete ringout
Truth for life
If you are NOT an Honeywell FMS 5.2 SW airplane:
Chicago Jets offers a CPDLC !ONLY! $450K solution. STANDALONE meaning it displays on a Skylight CDI….(YIKES)
If you are a Honeywell 5.x airplane, Honeywell will drop support for pre 6.1 SW. they will begin to charge extra for Database updates.
This has the effect of nudging people toward complete updates 1 year prior to deadline.
Texas Gyro has successfully performed a $80K option for ADSB out. In a Falcon 900ex. Transponders upgraded to TDR94D -512, Stand alone WAAS receiver, One annunciator on each Eyebrow, ICG NO TCAS upgrade, NO FMS upgrade. There was considerable trouble obtaining certification, but it worked out. This aircraft is now a CONTIGUAL USA ONLY airplane.
Non Easy Falcons are except from ATEN ONLY for European operations.
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Faa 2015-08-07 Para H has to do with Zodiac Crew masks
FAA AD 2015-08-07 IS NOT APPLICABLE DUE TO THE 01/2016 OVERHAUL OF THE INSTALLED CREW OXYGEN MASKS. BOTH MASKS PILOT P/N MA10-12-00 S/N 7475 AND COPILOT P/N MA10-12-00 S/N 6048 HAVE “I” MARKED ON THE FERRULES, REFERENCE ZODIAC AEROSPACE SERVICE BULLETIN MXH-35-240, REVISION 7.