1988 Bell 412HP Twin Huey

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Description

The Bell 412HP (also known as the Twin Huey) is a four-bladed, twin-engine, medium-lift helicopter. It is manufactured by Bell Helicopter, a subsidiary of Textron. The Bell 412HP is a development of the Bell 212, and is used for transport, search and rescue, and other utility operations. It can seat up to 12 passengers and can reach a maximum speed of 150 knots (278 km/h). It is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6T-3D turboshaft engines, and has a range of 412nmi (463mi; 745km) with an endurance of 3 hours. It is equipped with a four-axis autopilot, state-of-the-art avionics, and dual digital flight control systems. The Bell 412HP is also equipped with a cargo hook and an external hoist.

Features

  • Total Time: 9714 hrs
  • Avionics
  • Honeywell VXP Vibration Monitoring System
  • ELT - Artex C406-2HM
  • GPS - Garmin GPS 296
  • Transponder - Bendix King KXP 756
  • Satellite communication - Iridium 9505A
  • Audio Panel - ARC A301-6W
  • Weather Radar - Garmin MX20-701
  • ADF Control Panel - Bendix King AFS-586
  • VHF COMM - Bendix King KTR908
  • FM COMM - Techsonic TFM-138B/G
  • HF COMM - HF950, KTR953
  • GPS - Garmin 165
  • Altitude Encoder - KEA-129/5035P2-P44
  • Satellite Tracker - Skynet S100
  • Flight Director - Sperry FZ-702
  • VHF Control Panel - Bendix King KFS-598
  • DME - Bendix King KD1522
  • Public Address
  • Features/Options
  • Copilot instruments
  • Two (2) cabin fire extinguishers
  • Two (2) crew life jackets
  • Windshield de-misting system
  • Searchlight
  • HEEL
  • Sliding cabin doors
  • Underwater locator beacon
  • Cargo hook provisions
  • Emergency float gear
  • First aid kit
  • Dual controls
  • Strobe lights
  • Auxiliary fuel tank provisions

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