Over 100 models and Counting…
Today Genesys Aerosystems announced that they have earned FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval of the S-TEC 3100 on the Cessna 310, 320, 335, 340, 340A, 414, 421, 425 and Piper PA-46. With the announcement the total number of aircraft models approved for the S-TEC 3100 is now over 100.
The 2-axis (3-axis on select models), has already been certified on the Cessna 177, 182, 210, Piper PA-32 and Beechcraft Bonanza A35/36, and brings enhanced features such as automatic trim, envelope protection and alerting, one button straight and level recovery, indicated airspeed hold and altitude preselect (requires baro input). With a built in AHRS, the 3100 can also support a variety of panel configurations, both glass and analog 6-pack.
What’s Coming Next?
For a full list of approved and soon-to-be-approved aircraft models as well as more information about the S-TEC 3100, visit their S-TEC 3100 Product Page
Below is a sneak peek at the timeline of when they expect certain models to be approved. Shipping starts for those models approximately 3 – 4 weeks after the STC is issued.
STC expected in November*
- Beechcraft King Air 100 Series
STC expected in December*
- Beechcraft Baron 55/56/58 Series
STC’s expected in 2019*
- Beechcraft 1900C
- Cessna 303
- King Air 90 Series (including the F90)
- Mooney M20 Series
*Subject to change
Does it Work With?
Still unsure what the new S-TEC 3100 interfaces with and if this will work in your aircraft? Please contact Clinton Carroll at email@example.com or 011 659 1033 for a free quote and advise on how this system can be integrated into your aircraft.