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Tecnam has selected Safe Flight Instrument Corporation's Stall Warning System for its P2012 aircraft
Monday, 21 October 2019

Safe Flight Instrument Corporation of White Plains, NY, pioneers of Stall Warning and Angle of Attack systems for all segments of the aviation market, announced today that the Safe Flight Stall Warning System has been chosen by Tecnam for its P2012 aircraft.

The Stall Warning System for the P2012 has undergone an extensive flight test campaign and is in the final phases of certification on the platform. The heated Lift Transducer tracks the location of the stagnation point, an area of high pressure whose location on the wing bears a repeatable and definite relationship to the available wing lift. The Stall Warning Computer receives flap position and ice mode inputs and outputs a discrete for stall warning as well as multiple ARINC labels which can be used to drive aural annunciations and indications on the primary flight display. The Stall Warning System plays a vital role in certifying the P2012 for Flight into Known Icing (FIKI) operations.

Effective Stall Warning is one of the most significant contributions to the enhancement of safety in the history of flight. In fact, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has recently named Angle of Attack (AoA) as a "top lifesaving technology." Since 1946, Safe Flight's Lift Detectors and Lift Transducers (LT) have been certified for Stall Warning and AoA on hundreds of aircraft types with more than one-half million units installed worldwide.

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Safe Flight Instrument Corporation Angle of Attack Indicators, Stall Warning Systems, Autothrottle Systems, Wind Shear Warning Systems (Airborne), Onboard Computers, Power Line Detectors
Costruzioni Aeronautiche Tecnam S.p.A. Airframer
Related aircraft programs:
Tecnam P2012 Traveller
Related directory sectors:
Warning Systems