By transacting an exchange sale with Southeast Aerospace, you agree, understand, acknowledge, and accept the terms, conditions, and details indicated in this Exchange Policy.
An exchange sale is defined as a transaction of a standard exchange of a Serviceable or Overhauled certified part with a specific part number sold to a customer in exchange for the same part (i.e. part number)
returned by the customer in an unserviceable but repairable condition. The customer returned part is referred to as the “core”. Core must be received by Southeast Aerospace within 30 days of original exchange sale transaction date.
The core charge will be collected in advance and will be credited back once received by Southeast Aerospace, in accordance with the terms defined in this policy.
Exchange price is based on a standard exchange. Core charge will be billed in advance and refunded when core is received, evaluated and accepted by Southeast Aerospace.
Additional billing will only occur in rare cases where the cost needed to repair the core exceeds 75% of the Exchange price. This value is known as the “Repair
Cap”. Additional billing will occur in the event that a core is not returned or is deemed Beyond Economical Repair (BER) or unable to be repaired. Please see additional details below.
All exchange transactions are based on the return of a repairable core within 30 days of the same model and part number as supplied to the customer. A repairable core is defined as a part that is not corroded,
excessively damaged, missing the data plate/serial number, or contains obsolete service parts that are no longer available from the original equipment manufacturer.
Other specific serial number and/or core conditions may apply. Prototype/preproduction units may not be accepted as cores. Customer will be made aware of any other conditions at the time when order is placed.
All cores must be returned to Southeast Aerospace at 1399 General Aviation Drive, Melbourne, FL 32935 USA. All transportation costs for the return of the core are the responsibility of the customer. Any additional
fees incurred by Southeast Aerospace in relation to the transportation of the core return by the customer will be assessed and collected from the customer.
Customer exchange cores must be returned to Southeast Aerospace within 30 days. If no core is returned after 30 days, the core charge (i.e. difference between Outright & Exchange prices) will be billed to the customer.
Cores will be evaluated for acceptance within 3-6 weeks of receipt for parts repaired in-house by Southeast Aerospace. Core acceptance for parts not repaired in-house by Southeast Aerospace is subject to outside repair evaluation turn-times.
Any exceptions to the Billing, Core Conditions, and Core Return policy are subject to written approval by Southeast Aerospace.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding this policy, please contact a Southeast Aerospace representative.
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Is a rack mount GPWS and terrain awareness/warning computer
Terrain Awareness System (TAWS) that performs the functions of a standard Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) as well as performing the enhanced functions of terrain display & warning
Exceeds FAA TSO-C151b Class A requirements
Optimized for turboprop aircraft and provides protection against controlled flight into terrain (CFIT)
Uses aircraft inputs such as position, attitude, air speed and glideslope, which along with internal terrain, obstacles and airport databases predict a potential conflict between the aircraft's flight path and terrain or obstacle
CFIT warnings include: Rate of descent, terrain closure rate, excessive altitude loss after descent, terrain closure rate, excessive altitude loss after takeoff or missed approach procedures, insufficient terrain clearance, descent below glideslope, and excessive bank angle
Callouts at various radio altitudes & DH minimums during approach
Provides audio caution or warning alerts (visual alerts when coupled w/display)
When coupled with a display, the surrounding terrain can be viewed relative to the aircraft's position, providing strategic terrain information up to 30 mins before a potential terrain conflict
Basic ground proximity warning modes 1-5
Mode 6 altitude callouts and bank angle alert
Terrain clearance floor
Terrain and Obstacle Awareness alert and display
Terrain map w/runways >= 2000' in length
Internal GPS card
Front loading updateable database
External Configuration Module
Internal heated blanket for operation outside of the heated area of the aircaft
Fixed Gear operation
Type of supported displays is limited and does not typically include EFIS display
Terrain database included with the computer is regional having three separtely defined databases for the Americas, Atlantic, and Pacific
MK VI computer uses a Configuration Module, GPS Antenna, OAT Sensor, and Smart Cable (PCMCIA interface)
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Why do some parts indicate "REQUEST" or “RFQ” on the Southeast Aerospace website?
In relation to NE (New) parts, many OEMs change their prices and availability without any notice to dealers or the industry. Therefore, through the REQUEST or RFQ indication, we ask that customers contact us for the most accurate price and availability.
In relation to SV & OH parts, the used parts aftermarket in the aviation industry is not an infinite supply. It is a dynamic, constantly changing market that is significantly affected by and susceptible to highs and lows in supply and demand. Therefore, although we attempt to, at times, we are unable to predict the exact moment when an item may be available. Once again, through the REQUEST or RFQ indication on our website, we ask that customers contact us for the most current and accurate price and availability.
What factors could be causing a newly installed or replacement avionics unit to not be working properly?
Many avionics systems require a configuration or setup process. This process is required to interface certain avionics systems to other systems in the aircraft that will be inputting or outputting information to and from these systems. Some examples of systems that require a configuration or setup process include:
In addition, most newer technology or solid state systems require configuration via computer interface of some type. A qualified avionics technician should always refer to the appropriate manufacturer's installation manual for complete information and instructions.
What is the EGPWS Smart Cable used for?
The EGPWS Smart Cable is a removable PCMCIA card interface used for uploading databases to the MK VI and MKVIII EGPWS.
The Smart Cable can also be used to download flight history from the EGPWS unit. Please note that blank PCMCIA cards are required when performing an EGPWS flight history download. Blank PCMCIA cards may be obtained from Honeywell and are also available from many online computer accessory retailers.