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1 Foreword....................................................................................................................................................... 5 1.1 News, Highlights and Main Improvements............................................................................................. 8 2 General Characteristics............................................................................................................................. 11 2.1 Exterior Dimensions............................................................................................................................. 11 2.2 Interior Dimensions .............................................................................................................................. 12 2.3 Possible Cabin Arrangement (Seats & Equipment as Option)............................................................. 12 2.4 Weight.................................................................................................................................................. 13 2.5 Fuel Capacities .................................................................................................................................... 13 2.6 Engines ................................................................................................................................................ 14 2.7 Main Transmission Ratings.................................................................................................................. 14 3 EC135 Baseline Aircraft Definition........................................................................................................... 15 4 Recommended Mission Configurations .................................................................................................. 17 4.1 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) ................................................................................................... 19
4.1.1 EMS - Glass Cockpit (Air Ambulance Technology) .............................................................................................................. 20 4.1.2 EMS - Glass Cockpit (Aerolite) ............................................................................................................................................. 30

4.2 Disaster Management.......................................................................................................................... 41


4.2.1 Disaster Management (Air Ambulance Technology) ............................................................................................................ 42 4.2.2 Disaster Management (Aerolite) ........................................................................................................................................... 55

4.3 Corporate ............................................................................................................................................. 69


4.3.1 Mission Parameter ................................................................................................................................................................ 70 4.3.2 Basic Mission Configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 70 4.3.3 Further Available Equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 73 4.3.4 Material and Color Definition ................................................................................................................................................ 76 4.3.5 Performance Data................................................................................................................................................................. 77

4.4 Executive ............................................................................................................................................. 79


4.4.1 Mission Parameter ................................................................................................................................................................ 80 4.4.2 Basic Mission Configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 80 4.4.3 Further Available Equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 83 4.4.4 Material and Color Definition ................................................................................................................................................ 86 4.4.5 Performance Data................................................................................................................................................................. 87

4.5 HERMS.............................................................................................................................................. 89
4.5.1 Mission Parameter ................................................................................................................................................................ 90 4.5.2 Basic Mission Configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 90 4.5.3 Further Available Equipment ................................................................................................................................................ 93 4.5.4 Performance Data................................................................................................................................................................. 94

4.6 Utility .................................................................................................................................................... 97


4.6.1 Mission Parameter ................................................................................................................................................................ 98 4.6.2 Basic Mission Configuration ................................................................................................................................................. 98 4.6.3 Further Available Equipment .............................................................................................................................................. 101 4.6.4 Performance Data............................................................................................................................................................... 105

4.7 Offshore - Oil and Gas ....................................................................................................................... 107


4.7.1 Mission Parameter .............................................................................................................................................................. 108 4.7.2 Basic Mission Configuration ............................................................................................................................................... 108 4.7.3 Further Available Equipment .............................................................................................................................................. 112 4.7.4 Performance Data............................................................................................................................................................... 115

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5 Further Product Information ................................................................................................................... 117 5.1 Avionics.............................................................................................................................................. 117


5.1.1 VFR Solutions..................................................................................................................................................................... 117 5.1.2 IFR with Conventional Instrumentation............................................................................................................................... 119 5.1.3 IFR Solutions with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) .................................................................................................................... 119

5.2 Antenna Layouts ................................................................................................................................ 122


5.2.1 Typical VFR Antenna Layout.............................................................................................................................................. 122 5.2.2 Typical IFR Antenna Layout ............................................................................................................................................... 122

5.3 General Options - Overview............................................................................................................... 123 5.4 Police ................................................................................................................................................. 128


5.4.1 Aircraft Parameter .............................................................................................................................................................. 129 5.4.2 Typical Components of a Police Configuration................................................................................................................... 129

5.5 NVG Certification ............................................................................................................................... 131 5.6 Additional Available Equipment.......................................................................................................... 132 5.7 Equipment Required to Comply with JAR-OPS 3 .............................................................................. 132 6 Main Performance .................................................................................................................................... 133 7 Support information................................................................................................................................. 151 7.1 Assets ................................................................................................................................................ 151 7.2 Inspection Program ............................................................................................................................ 151 7.3 Main Components .............................................................................................................................. 153 7.4 Eurocopter Maintenance Support Programs...................................................................................... 154
7.4.1 Standard Support ............................................................................................................................................................... 154 7.4.2 Standard Exchange ............................................................................................................................................................ 154 7.4.3 Repair with Guaranteed TAT.............................................................................................................................................. 155 7.4.4 Guaranteed DMC (Repair by the Hour) .............................................................................................................................. 155 7.4.5 Unscheduled Maintenance Insurance Plan (UMIP)............................................................................................................ 155 7.4.6 Parts by the Hour (PBH)..................................................................................................................................................... 155

7.5 Engine Maintenance Program............................................................................................................ 155


7.5.1 Pratt & Whitney................................................................................................................................................................... 155 7.5.2 Turbomeca ......................................................................................................................................................................... 157

7.6 Training .............................................................................................................................................. 158 7.7 Training Means .................................................................................................................................. 159 7.8 Technical Support .............................................................................................................................. 162 7.9 Technical Publications ....................................................................................................................... 162 7.10 T.I.P.I (Technical Information Publication on Internet) ..................................................................... 162
7.10.1 Description........................................................................................................................................................................ 162 7.10.2 Main Features................................................................................................................................................................... 163

8 List of Abbreviations ............................................................................................................................... 165

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Manufacturers notes EUROCOPTERs policy is one of on-going product enhancement which means that alterations in definition, pictures, weights, dimensions or performance may be made at any time without notice being included in those documents that have been issued. This document cannot thus be taken as an offer or serve as an appendix to a contract without a prior check as to its validity and prior written agreement of EUROCOPTER. The operational or certification regulations, as defined by the local authorities, can make compulsory the installation of some of the equipment or recommended solutions, listed in this document. This list does not claim to cover the whole of the worldwide operational requirements nor the equipment not specifically related to the helicopter (for example: life jacket) or necessary for particular missions (for example: supplemental oxygen). The operator is responsible for ascertaining with his local authorities that the planned configuration of the helicopter complies with regulatory requirements for the area(s) of operations and the type(s) of mission(s) considered. EUROCOPTER, its logo, MARMS and Stylence are trade marks of the EUROCOPTER group.

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Foreword

Figure 1.1: Example of the EC135

The EC135 is a light twin-engine, multi-purpose helicopter of the 2-3 ton class with up to 8 seats for pilot/s and passengers. Underlining its multi-role capabilities, it can even be operated single pilot IFR as an option. The helicopter combines EUROCOPTER's latest technologies, like advanced cockpit design, modern avionics, Fenestron anti-torque-device and all-composite bearingless main rotor system, giving the helicopter an outstanding maneuverability. Optimized main rotor blades with advanced tip geometry in combination with a Fenestron with unequal blade spacing make the EC135 the quietest helicopter in its class, bringing it 6.5 DBA below the ultra-stringent ICAO limit. The built-in anti resonance isolation system (ARIS) filters rotor-induced vibrations and thus enhances flying comfort to a maximum. As a result, the vertical vibration level is far below 0.1g at hover with no increase with speed. Due to its extreme simplicity, the rotor system contributes to highest safety standards and, at the same time, reduces maintenance to a minimum. The first scheduled maintenance is the intermediate inspection after 400 Fh. In addition, the rotor system together with high TBO gearbox and airframe components grant for high in-service-time of the helicopter. Depending on the operator's preferences, the EC135 can be equipped with either Arrius 2B2 or Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 power plants - both are FADEC controlled. These powerful and reliable engines, in combination with the lifting system, provide outstanding performance and vital power reserves even in OEI scenarios. For training purpose an OEI training mode is implemented to perform a realistic OEI training. This training mode is based on a twin engine training concept featuring a so called TRAINING and a TRAINING IDLE engine. Twin-engine reliability is complemented by a tandem hydraulic and dual electrical system as well as a redundant lubrication and cooling system for the main transmission. Further safety aspects of the EC135 are design elements like energy absorbing fuselage and seats, as well as the crash resistant fuel cells. A wide range of quick interchangeable optional equipment is available for the EC135, e.g. emergency floats, hoist, SX16 search light, single or dual cargo hook and many more. Together with its most versatile cabin layout the EC135 is ready to operate in different missions, like police / surveillance, passenger / VIP transport, EMS, public service, to highlight on a few.

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Compared to other helicopters in its class, the EC135 offers a large cabin, featuring: Excellent outside visibility for pilots and passengers Roomy cabin which accommodates long or bulky freight Unrivalled side loading (no door posts) and rear loading capability Unobstructed and flat floor all over the cabin area with integrated airline rails

Figure 1.2: View from rear into the empty cabin

Alternatively to a conventional cockpit, the EC135 is available with "glass cockpit", which comprises primary flight displays (PFD) and NAV displays (ND). All LCD screens are well arranged on the instrument panel, easy to read even if viewed from an angle and feature perfect readability in any light conditions. The unique color coding, warning and information concept helps the pilot/s to collect all relevant parameters while suppressing presentation of non-relevant information. Common to the conventional and the glass cockpit is the Central Panel Display System (CPDS). Included in this CPDS there is Eurocopter's unique First Limit Indicator (FLI) which dramatically simplifies engine and torque monitoring. Being relieved from the instrument scan without missing vital information, the pilot/s can dedicate more of his/their attention to the mission.

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Conventional instrumentation (analog instruments)

Figure 1.3: Conventional instrumentation (analog instruments)

Glass cockpit instrumentation (MEGHAS / FCDS)

Figure 1.4: Glass Cockpit Instrumentation (MEGHAS / FCDS)

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1.1

News, Highlights and Main Improvements


New basic ventilating system A new and improved basic ventilating system is now available. The main improvements are: Brushless blower Pilots air outlets in the instrument panel will be independent from simultaneous display cooling capability. New air conditioning system A new air conditioning system is now available. The new features and improvements are: Mechanically driven compressor Dual evaporator / dual zone system Sufficient cooling capacity for extreme climates Increased airflow Up-to-date effective and lightweight automotive components

Figure 1.5: New outlets of airconditioning system

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Inlet barrier filter system An Inlet Barrier Filter System (IBF1) is now available for the EC1352.

Figure 1.6: Inlet barrier filter system

Medium height landing gear A new designed medium height landing gear is now available. This new option completes the range of available landing gears for the EC135.
Standard landing geara Medium landing gear High landing gear

Height: 0.4 m / 1.3 ft Width: 2.0 m / 6.6 ft Figure 1.7: Landing gear options a.Part of baseline aircraft.

Height: 0.5 m / 1.7 ft Width: 2.1 m / 6.9 ft Weight: 4.6 kg / 10.1 lbs

Height: 0.7 m / 2.3 ft Width: 2.3 m / 7.6 ft Weight: 26.0 kg / 57.3 lbs

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2 2.1

General Characteristics Exterior Dimensions

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2.2

Interior Dimensions

Floor area Cabin & baggage compartment Cockpit (pilot side) Total (undivided) 4.35 m 1.15 m 5.50 m 46.83 ft 12.38 ft 59.21 ft

Volume 4.90 m 1.00 m 5.90 m 173.04 ft 35.31 ft 208.35 ft

2.3

Possible Cabin Arrangement (Seats & Equipment as Option)


Passenger transport Standard
Pilots Passengers

Corporate
Pilpts Passengers

Executive
Pilots Passengers

Hermes
Pilots Passengers

1 2 EMS mission Pilot 1 1 2 2


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6/7 5/6

1 (5) / 6 / (7) 2 (4) / 5 / (6)

1 2

5 / (6) 4 / (5)

1 2

5 4

Litter 1 2 1 2

seats for doctor ans attendants up to 4 up to 3 up to 3 up to 2


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Freight transport Pilot 1 in cabin and cargo compartment 4.9 m (173.04 ft)

2.4

Weight
kg Empty weight, wet (in standard aircraft configuration) Useful load (for standard aircraft configuration) Pilot Payload and / or fuel Maximum take-off weight
NOTE: Margin 1.5%

lb 3,208 3,208 176 3,031 6,415

1,455 1,455 80 1,375 2,910

2.5

Fuel Capacities
Usable Fuel lb Main Tank Supply Tank Total 1038.6 196.8 1235.4 kg 471.1 89.3 560.4 l 588.9 111.6 700.5 Unusable Fuel lb 7.5 9.3 16.8 kg 3.4 4.2 7.6

NOTE: Tolerance of fuel figures: +/- 2%; Fuel density used is 0.8 kg/liter

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2.6

Engines
2 Pratt & Whitney turbine engines - PW206B2 or 2 Turbomeca turbine engines - ARRIUS 2B2 Engine ratings Thermodynamic limits per engine at SL, ISA PW206B2 One Engine Inoperative (OEI), 30 sec power One Engine Inoperative (OEI), 2.0 min power One Engine Inoperative (OEI), MCP Take-Off Power (TOP) Maximum Continuous Power (MCP) 609 580 528 498 457 828 789 718 677 621 816 777 708 667 612 kW shp ch

ARRIUS 2B2 One Engine Inoperative (OEI), 30 sec power One Engine Inoperative (OEI), 2.0 min power One Engine Inoperative (OEI), MCP Take-Off Power (TOP) Maximum Continuous Power (MCP) 609 580 528 473 442 828 789 718 643 601 816 777 708 634 592

2.7

Main Transmission Ratings


Single engine operation 30 sec OEI power 2.0 min OEI power Maximum continuous OEI power kW 1 x 526 1 x 513 1 x 368 ch 1 x 715 1 x 698 1 x 501 shp 1 x 705 1 x 687 1 x 493

Twin engine operation Take-Off Power Maximum Continuous Power (MCP) 2 x 320 2 x 283 2 x 435 2 x 385 2 x 429 2 x 380

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EC135 Baseline Aircraft Definition


GENERAL
Energy absorbing fuselage Tail boom with fixed horizontal stabilizer and two endplates Vertical fin with faired-in Fenestron Upper deck with fittings for main gearbox, engines, hydraulic and cooling system Cowlings for main transmission and engine Skid-type landing gear with skid protectors, capable of taking ground-handling wheels Long boarding steps, LH and RH Maintenance built-in steps and grips Exterior painting (single color)

COCKPIT, CABIN AND CARGO COMPARTMENT


One-level cabin and cargo compartment floor with integrated rails Glazed canopy Two hinged cockpit doors with sliding window Map case in pilot's door Two wide passenger sliding doors Two rear hinged clam-shell doors Longitudinally adjustable energy absorbing pilot and copilot seats with head rest and 4-point safety belts with automatic locking system Cabin boarding grips (LH and RH) Interior paneling with integrated basic sound insulation Flight controls (pilot side) Engine controls with manual engine back-up system at pilot's collective pitch lever Instrument panel with extension on pilot's side and glare shield Ram-air and electrical ventilating system for cockpit and cabin Headset holder in the cockpit Headset holder in the cabin Portable fire extinguisher Stowage net for first aid kit at the LH rear clam-shell door Flash light (torch) 4 Mobile tie-down rings

BASIC INSTRUMENTATION
Central Panel Display System (CPDS), consisting of: Caution Advisory Display (CAD) with indication of: Caution and advisory information Fuel quantity indication Vehicle and Engine Multifunction Display (VEMD) with indication of: Torque Engine parameters (N1-RPM (for P&W) or N1-RPM (for TM), oil pressure, oil temperature, Turbine Outlet Temperature (TOT), engine/FADEC rep EEC failure and parameter code messages, self diagnoses) FLI (First Limit Indicator) for TQ, TOT, N1 (for P&W) or N1 (for TM) as analogue display Main transmission parameters (oil pressure, oil temperature) Dual ammeter (generator) Ammeter (battery) Dual voltmeter Outside Air Temperature (OAT) Automatic in flight power check Parameters of optional equipment (e.g. internal long range fuel tank) Clock (2") Magnetic compass Engine cycle counter (on flight report page) Triple (rotor and engines) RPM-indicator (2") Standard instruments: (single pilot)a Airspeed indicator (3") Encoding altimeter (3") Vertical speed indicator (3") Warning unit: Engine fire warning with fuel emergency shut-off Warning lights Aural warning Main switch panel: DC power control Digital engine control (FADEC) Pitot / static system with electrical heated pitot tube, pilot side Static pressure crossover system Air Data computer

a.If glass cockpit instrumentation is chosen as optional equipment, these standard instruments are deleted and an altimeter (2) and an airspeed indicator (2) as back-up instruments are added.

POWER PLANT
Two PRATT & WHITNEY PW206B2 turbine engines or Two TURBOMECA ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines These 2 engines are equipped with: Fire detectors Electronic engine control (FADEC-BOX) Chip detectors with quick-disconnect plugs Overspeed protection system Twin-engine OEI-training mode Oil cooling and lubricating system with thermostatic valve Crash resistant fuel system with a flexible bladder-type fuel main tank and supply tank (split into two sections) Automatically controlled variable rotor speed system Fuel tank filler flap, lockable

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TRANSMISSION SYSTEM
Flat-shaped main gearbox with two stages Chip detector system with quick-disconnect plug (main gearbox) Redundant oil cooling and lubrication system Main gearbox attachment with Anti-Resonance Isolation System (ARIS) Free wheel assemblies in the engine input drives Tail rotor drive shaft Tail rotor gearbox with splash lubrication and oil level sight gauge Chip detector system with quick-disconnect plug (tail rotor gearbox)

ROTOR AND FLIGHT CONTROL


Bearingless Main Rotor system (BMR), consisting of: Rotor head/mast in one piece Four fiber-reinforced composite main rotor blades with anti-erosion strips, control cuff, elastomeric lead-lag dampers and special blade tip painting Main rotor control system with dual hydraulic boost system Electrical trim system (cyclic) Basic provisions for an easy integration of a track and balance system Fenestron-type tail rotor with ten metal blades (asymmetric blade spacing) and stator Tail rotor gearbox cover Tail rotor control system with flexball cable and single hydraulic booster Yaw-SAS (Stability Augmentation System) Mast moment system

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
Two starter/generators (2 x 160 A, 28 VDC) Nickel-Cadmium battery, (24 V, 17 Ah) External power connector (STANAG 3302) Power distribution system: Two primary busbars Two shedding busbars Two essential busbars Two high load busbars (80 A) - for optional equipment only Two high power busbars (200 A) Battery bus One utility receptacle in LH side of cargo compartment (28VDC, 10A) Lighting: Anti-collision warning light (red flashing) Fixed, nose-mounted landing light (250 W) Three position lights (red, green, white) Adjustable instrument lighting One utility light in the cockpit 5 spot-lights in the cabin One light in cargo compartment RH side

GROUND HANDLING KITa


Two ground-handling wheels Basic aircraft covers (short time) Main rotor blade tie-down lash bags Oil drain hoses Fuel tank drain device Keys for cockpit doors, cabin doors, baggage compartment doors and tank flap (one-key system) Battery key Lifting points

a.Weight not included in the standard helicopter empty weight

DOCUMENTATION (in English)


One Flight Manuala One Pilots-Checklist, revision service for five yearsb One Logbookb (only paper, CD ROM on demand) One Historical Recorda (only paper, CD ROM on demand) One CD-ROMa b including AMMc, SDSc, WDMc, MSM, IPC One add. Master Servicing Manual (MSM)a b on paper One Service Bulletin Catalogue (SB)a b per contract, on paper a.Revision service included as long as the aircraft is operational b.Weight not included in the standard helicopter empty weight c.Customized documentation One List Of Applicable Publications (LOAP)a b on paper One Avionics Manual (if avionics equipment is installed by EUROCOPTER Deutschland GmbH)b c on paper Engine Documentationb, furnished by supplier, including: Maintenance Manual Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC) Service Bulletins

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Recommended Mission Configurations


EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH proposes the following favorite mission configurations for the EC135. The created packages should be regarded as a first proposal to provide the customers with a first overview and to give a first impression about the EC135 and its multiple features. Available mission configurations The following recommended mission configurations are available: EMS - Glass Cockpit Disaster Management Corporate Executive Herms Utility Offshore The above listed configurations show a maximum level of compliancy. All EMS and Disaster Management mission configurations are available with STC kits from Air Ambulance Technology and Aerolite. General structure All proposed packages consist of two parts: 1. Basic Mission Configuration 2. Further Available Equipment The first part contains mandatory options coming from flight regulations plus options which are highly recommended regarding the mission operation. The second part provides a variety of options which can be added to customers choice on top of the respective Basic Mission Configuration. General rules for adding options to the basic mission configuration Some simple rules have to be considered when adding options from the Further Available List to the Basic Mission Configuration: Only options from the respective Further Available Equipment list may be added to the configuration. Mixing options of different Further Available Equipment lists could lead to product incompatibilities. Therefore it has to be checked individually by EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH. Detachable parts require always the relevant fixed provisions. Only one option (out of the several possibilities of the respective Further Available Equipment list) can be selected for each following specific category: Sand filter system or inlet barrier filter system External hoist Sliding door fastener (for each side of the helicopter) Lashing points Stretcher type Headsets Headset adapter cable crew Headset adapter cable pax

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Performance calculation All performance mission calculations data used in this document is for information purpose only and EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GmbH takes no responsibility for the correctness of this information as far as the applicability to the receiving partys individual case is concerned. The present use of the named data shall not be construed as expressly or impliedly granting the receiving party any rights nor be deemed to constitute any kind of obligation or commitment of EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GmbH. Further individual configurations / equipment Chapter 5 gives an overview of the modular avionics solutions possible for the EC135. In addition it provides general information regarding further available equipment or solutions which are available on request. Typical police mission equipment and associated features can be found in chapter 5.4 Police. The EC135 is the reference helicopter with its wide breadth of available options. This document shows a synopsis of the whole capability of this aircraft. If any mission equipment cannot be found in the technical data please do not hesitate to contact EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH to receive further information.

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4.1

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

The EC135 was tailor-made for primary and secondary inter-hospital missions in close cooperation with doctors and rescue experts, providing: A modular design to comply with different users' needs A suitable cabin design for maximum use and installation of several medical devices In-flight resuscitation (CPR) and endotracheal intubation capabilities A cabin-accessible baggage compartment A hygienic, easy-to-clean floor Rear or side stretcher loading

Figure 4.1: Typical layout of an EC135 ambulance helicopter

The EC135 is the quietest and most successful helicopter for EMS missions in its class. Optional mission equipment such as the autopilot, moving map and weather radar support the pilot during IFR flights and enhance overall flight safety. A "Flying Intensive Care Station" or incubators are also available on a modular basis. Ready for the mission All presented EMS configurations include glass cockpit1 and a complete EMS kit. All kits are fully equipped with stretcher, medical seats and floor, cabinet, oxygen system, electrical and lighting system, as well as medical apparatuses and further mission equipment (e.g. rescue rucksack, vacuum mattress, etc.).

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4.1.1 EMS - Glass Cockpit (Air Ambulance Technology)


The EMS Kit including state of the art medical devices is designed for rescue-/ ambulance- and neonatal air medical missions. The complete system is fitted to the available attachments on the helicopter floor. No modification to the helicopter structure is required. The easy and quick installation can be done within 25 minutes.

Figure 4.2: EMS Kit - Air Ambulance Technology STC

4.1.1.1 Mission parameter Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

FWD

Medics 2

Patient 1

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4.1.1.2 Basic Mission Configuration 4.1.1.2.1Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2104-003-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7 copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system: EMS-version Battery, type Saft, ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter / generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 0.6 1.0 7.0 16.6 1.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1 1.3 2.2 15.4 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV opt. Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

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Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-70044-A ComRef Title Weight [kg] 212.7 Weight [lb] 468.9

AAT-30100-002-2 EMS Kit - Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) Oxygen Station 3x3,0 lt. 200 bar, front RH - AAT Monitor & Defibrillator Corpuls C3 - GS Suction Pump LCSU 3 - Laerdal Infusion System Perfusor Space - Braun Respirator Medumat Transport - Weinmann Oxygen Cylinder 3,0 lt. Aluminium/Carbon - Luxfer Blood Glucose Meter Omnitest Plus - Braun Medical Floor (Universal) - AAT Medical Seat slidable & swivelling, front RH - AAT Medical Seat slidable, aft RH - AAT Stretcher "Blue Mattress", LH - AAT Medical Equipment Carrier, aft LH - AAT Accessories - AAT Retainer for Monitor & Defibrillator GS Corpuls C3 - AAT Retainer for Monitor & Defibrillator GS Corpuls C3 (only monitor) - AAT Retainer for Respirator Weinmann Medumat Transport - AAT Retainer for Infusion System Braun Perfusor Space - AAT Retainer for Suction Pump Laerdal LCSU 3 - AAT Medical Cabinet with 3 drawer, front center - AAT Rescue Bag with internal belt system - Tyromont Vacuum Mattress - Tyromont Emergency Backpack incl. DIN13232-N contents - Weinmann Respiration Backpack incl. contents - Weinmann Cervical Collar Set Perfit ACE & Mini Perfit ACE - Ambu Installation, Certifcation & Documentation - AAT

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System NAT, incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME-4000 (Rockwell Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 398.0 11.9 409.9 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 877.4 26.3 903.8 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.1.1.2.2Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L5211-002-00 L2514-002-00 L5633-001-10 L6351-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Sliding windows in sliding doors Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Window in clam-shell door, LH Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 1.2 1.2 1.9 1.9 0.8 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.2 4.2 1.8 7.9

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-65004-B 06-66009-B ComRef L3274-001-10 L3274-001-20 L2625-003-00 L3322-001-00 Title Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts 2nd portable fire extinguisher Boarding step illumination Weight [kg] 1.9 7.9 2.8 0.2 Weight [lb] 4.2 17.4 6.2 0.4

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 07-30013-B 07-40005-B 07-50025-C 07-50026-B 07-50027-B ComRef L2524-002-00 L2513-200-00 L5211-004-00 L5231-001-00 L5231-002-00 Title Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin Washable floor covering for cockpit Securing device for complete opening of cockpit doors One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Weight [kg] 2.1 3.9 0.8 1.0 0.3 Weight [lb] 4.6 8.6 1.8 2.2 0.7

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-12036-C 08-16061-B 08-46040-A 08-65004-B ComRef L4322-090-04 L2341-193-40 L3168-092-07 L3443-010-00 Title Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS Video Radar Unit (VRU) Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 3.0 2.0 5.6 5.0 49.2 1.5 50.7 1.937.4 Weight [lb] 6.6 4.4 12,3 11.0 108.5 3.3 111.7 4,271.3

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4.1.1.3 Further Available Equipment General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter System Anti-corrosion protection Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Air conditioning system
b a

Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 0.4 0.0 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 1.8 -2.5 0.9 55.0 2.8 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7

Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 0.9 0.0 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 4.0 -5.5 2.0 121.3 6.2 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-21017-D ComRef L3272-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3214-001-00 L8512-001-10 Title Snow skids, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a External hoist LH, fixed provisionsb Weight [kg] 0.9 21.9 4.6 8.6 Weight [lb] 2.0 48.3 10.1 19.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27022-B 06-27022-B 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-31012-B 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B

ComRef L8512-001-20 L8512-001-21 L8511-002-10 L8511-002-20 L8511-005-10 L8511-005-20 L8511-003-10 L8511-003-20 L8531-001-00 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L2566-001-00

Title External hoist 50m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist 90m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts External loudspeaker system with siren 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency hammer

Weight [kg] 59.2 62.7 0.8 3.9 4.3 21.5 0.2 1.5 11.2 8.5 1.4 7.8 64.6 0.2

Weight [lb] 130.5 138.2 1.8 8.6 9.5 47.4 0.4 3.3 24.7 18.7 3.1 17.2 142.4 0.4

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request. b.Requires L5213-001-11 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH or L5213-001-12 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50034-B 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L5213-001-11 L5213-001-12 L5213-001-21 L5213-001-22 L5212-001-00 L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH Jettisonable cockpit doors Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 1.0 0.4 1.0 0.4 1.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 2.2 0.9 2.2 0.9 2.6 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15523-B ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 7.7 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 17.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31019-B 08-31019-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-53004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L2341-006-63 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-001-00 L3443-090-02 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3424-000-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 AHRS Free steering mode M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kit
b

Weight [kg] 0.0 1.2 9.6 2.0 6.6 9.5 0.2 0.5 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 0.0 2.6 21.2 4.4 14.6 20.9 0.4 1.1 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.1.1.4 Performance Data Maximum range The calculated maximum range for the mission below is 273 nm (505 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Contingency fuel Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (3) Patient (1) Reserve fuel Contingency fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg/ 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL None On 10% 30 minutes in 1500ft at VY (65KIAS) ISA kg 1937 255 85 80 44 436 2837 lb 4270 562 187 176 97 961 6254

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2900

Fuel Quantity 560 kg


2800

Planned TOW [kg]

2700

2600

2500

2400

2300 0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 30

Range [nm]
Figure 4.3: Mission TOW versus range diagram

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4.1.2 EMS - Glass Cockpit (Aerolite)


The EMS Kit is based on a modular concept with various optional components for scene rescue, intensive care, neonatal missions and search & rescue. The interior is designed to give maximum room and comfort to the medical crew and patient.

Figure 4.4: EMS Kit - Aerolite STC

4.1.2.1 Mission Parameter Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

FWD

Medics 2

Patient 1

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4.1.2.2 Basic Mission Configuration 4.1.2.2.1Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft


Qty DocRef 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2104-003-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system: EMS-version Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 0.6 1.0 7.0 16.6 1.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1 1.3 2.2 15.4 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 07-70047-A ComRef Title Weight [kg] 216.2 Weight [lb] 476.6

AEL-30100-005-2 EMS Kit - Aerolite (AEL) Integral Floor, fix provisions - AEL Integral Floor, detachable parts - AEL

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-77001-A

ComRef

Title Stretcher "Combi" with stretcher platform, LH, fix provisions AEL Stretcher "Combi" with stretcher platform, LH, detachable parts - AEL Medical Seat stationary, aft RH, fix provisions - AEL Medical Seat stationary, aft RH, detachable parts - AEL Medical Seat slidable & swivelling, front RH, fix provisions - AEL Medical Seat slidable & swivelling, front RH, detachable parts AEL Medical Cabinet medium height, front center, fix provisions - AEL Medical Cabinet medium height, front center, detachable parts AEL Life Support Panel, window LH - AEL Power & Lighting System 12/24 VDC, mid center - AEL Infusion Hook, mid LH - AEL Medical Rack, aft LH, fix provisions - AEL Medical Rack, aft LH, detachable parts - AEL Medical Rack, window LH - AEL Ceiling Rails, mid LH - AEL Door Frame Rails, mid LH - AEL Retainer for Monitor & Defibrillator GS Corpuls C3 - AEL Retainer for Monitor & Defibrillator GS Corpuls C3 (only monitor) - AEL Retainer for Respirator Weinmann Medumat Transport - AEL Retainer for Infusion System Braun Perfusor Space - AEL Retainer for Suction Pump Laerdal LCSU 3 - AEL Medical Oxygen System 3x3,0 lt. 200 bar, front RH, fix provisions - AEL Medical Oxygen System 3x3,0 lt. 200 bar, front RH, detachable parts - AEL Tie Down Web - AEL Installation, Certification & Documentation - AEL Oxygen Cylinder 3,0 lt. Aluminium/Carbon - Luxfer Monitor & Defibrillator Corpuls C3 - GS Respirator Medumat Transport - Weinmann Suction Pump LCSU 3 - Laerdal Infusion System Perfusor Space - Braun Blood Glucose Meter Omnitest Plus - Braun Respiration Backpack incl. contents - Weinmann Emergency Backpack incl. DIN13232-N contents - Weinmann Cervical Collar Set Perfit ACE & Mini Perfit ACE - Ambu Vacuum Mattress - Tyromont Rescue Bag with internal belt system - Tyromont

Weight [kg]

Weight [lb]

L8521-001-00

EMS main switch in overhead console for Aerolite installation

0.2

0.4

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Avioinics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: % Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 401.7 12.1 413.8 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 885.6 26.6 912.2 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.1.2.2.2Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L5211-002-00 L2514-002-00 L5633-001-10 L6351-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Sliding windows in sliding doors Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Window in clam-shell door, LH Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 1.2 1.2 1.9 1.9 0.8 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.2 4.2 1.8 7.9

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-65004-B 06-66009-B ComRef L3274-001-10 L3274-001-20 L2625-003-00 L3322-001-00 Title Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts 2nd portable fire extinguisher Boarding step illumination Weight [kg] 1.9 7.9 2.8 0.2 Weight [lb] 4.2 17.4 6.2 0.4

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 07-30013-B 07-40005-B 07-50025-C 07-50026-B 07-50027-B ComRef L2524-002-00 L2513-200-00 L5211-004-00 L5231-001-00 L5231-002-00 Title Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin Washable floor covering for cockpit Securing device for complete opening of cockpit doors One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Weight [kg] 2.1 3.9 0.8 1.0 0.3 Weight [lb] 4.6 8.6 1.8 2.2 0.7

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-12036-C 08-16061-B 08-46040-A 08-65004-B ComRef L4322-090-04 L2341-193-40 L3168-092-07 L3443-010-00 Title Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS Video Radar Unit (VRU) Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 3.0 2.0 5.6 5.0 49.2 1.5 50.7 1,941.3 Weight [lb] 6.6 4.4 12.3 11.0 108.5 3.3 111.7 4,279.7

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4.1.2.3 Further Available Equipment General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter System Anti-corrosion protection Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Air conditioning system
b a

Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 0.4 0.0 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 1.8 -2.5 0.9 55.0 2.8 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7

Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 0.9 0.0 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 4.0 -5.5 2.0 121.3 6.2 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-21017-D ComRef L3272-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3214-001-00 L8512-001-10 Title Snow skids, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a External hoist LH, fixed provisionsb Weight [kg] 0.9 21.9 4.6 8.6 Weight [lb] 2.0 48.3 10.1 19.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27022-B 06-27022-B 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-31012-B 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B

ComRef L8512-001-20 L8512-001-21 L8511-002-10 L8511-002-20 L8511-005-10 L8511-005-20 L8511-003-10 L8511-003-20 L8531-001-00 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L2566-001-00

Title External hoist 50m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist 90m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts External loudspeaker system with siren 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency hammer

Weight [kg] 59.2 62.7 0.8 3.9 4.3 21.5 0.2 1.5 11.2 8.5 1.4 7.8 64.6 0.2

Weight [lb] 130.5 138.2 1.8 8.6 9.5 47.4 0.4 3.3 24.7 18.7 3.1 17.2 142.4 0.4

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request. b.Requires L5213-001-11 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH or L5213-001-12 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50034-B 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L5213-001-11 L5213-001-12 L5213-001-21 L5213-001-22 L5212-001-00 L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH Jettisonable cockpit doors Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 1.0 0.4 1.0 0.4 1.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 2.2 0.9 2.2 0.9 2.6 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15523-B ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 7.7 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 17.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31019-B 08-31019-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-53004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L2341-006-63 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-001-00 L3443-090-02 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3424-000-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 AHRS Free steering mode M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kit
b

Weight [kg] 0.0 1.2 9.6 2.0 6.6 9.5 0.2 0.5 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 0.0 2.6 21.2 4.4 14.6 20.9 0.4 1.1 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.1.2.4 Performance Data Maximum range The calculated maximum range for the mission below is 273 nm (505 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Contingency fuel Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (3) Patient (1) Reserve fuel Contingency fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL None On 10% 30 minutes in 1500ft at VY (65KIAS) ISA kg 1941 255 85 80 44 436 2841 lb 4279 562 187 150 97 961 6263

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2900

Fuel Quantity 560 kg


2800

Planned TOW [kg]

2700

2600

2500

2400

2300 0 40 80 120 160 200 240 280 300

Range [nm]
Figure 4.5: Mission TOW versus range diagram

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4.2

Disaster Management

The EC135 can be fitted with disaster management equipment to perform rapid interventions in situations of high risk, adverse weather, catastrophes and disasters, and in emergencies such as floods, earthquakes, landslides, and heavy snowfalls. The EC135 can quickly respond to forest fires, emergency situations such as terrorist attacks and can also perform environmental protection missions.

Figure 4.6: Typical EC135 Disaster Management on duty

Ready for the mission All presented Disaster Management configurations include a complete mission kit. All kits are fully equipped with stretchers, seats, stowage rack inlcuding oxygen bottles, as well as medical apparatuses and further mission equipment (e.g. rescue rucksack, vacuum mattress, etc.).

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4.2.1 Disaster Management (Air Ambulance Technology)


The Disaster Management Kit is designed in module part system for disaster missions. The complete system is fitted to the available attachments on the helicopter floor. No modification to the helicopter structure is required. The easy and quick installation can be done within 15 minutes.

Figure 4.7: Disaster Management Kit - Air Ambulance Technology STC

4.2.1.1 Mission parameter Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Evacuation
Pilots 1 or 2

Medics 2

Patient 2

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Search and rescue


Pilots 1 or 2

Medics 2

Patient 1

Intervention
Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 6
FWD

4.2.1.2 Basic Mission Configuration 4.2.1.2.1Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B

ComRef L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2104-003-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00

Title Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system: EMS-version Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator

Weight [kg] 0.6 1.0 7.0 16.6 1.9 3.6

Weight [lb] 1.3 2.2 15.4 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 07-27001-B 07-27004-B 07-27004-B 07-70043-A ComRef L2522-007-00 L2522-004-10 L2522-004-20 Title 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards with 4 point safety harness Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, fixed provisions Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, detachable parts Weight [kg] 38.1 1.2 33.2 110.9 Weight [lb] 84.0 2.6 73.2 244.5

AAT-30100-001-2 Disaster Management Kit - Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) Stretcher "Rescue" foldable for Helicopter Floor, LH - AAT Stretcher "Rescue" foldable for Helicopter Floor, RH - AAT Medical Seat stationary, front LH - AAT Medical Seat stationary, front RH - AAT Medical Device Holder, front center - AAT Floor Adapter for Medical Seats & Medical Device Holder - AAT Accessories - AAT Installation, Certification & Documentation - AAT Oxygen Cylinder 3,0 lt. Aluminium/Carbon - Luxfer Monitor & Defibrillator Argus Pro Life Care - Schiller Infusion System Power Infuser - Zoll Blood Glucose Meter Omnitest Plus - Braun Respiration Backpack incl. contents - Weinmann Emergency Backpack incl. DIN13232-N contents - Weinmann Cervical Collar Set Perfit ACE & Mini Perfit ACE - Ambu

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 368.7 11.1 379.8 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 812.8 24.4 837.2 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.2.1.2.2Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-31026-C 05-36007-B 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L2514-002-00 L8532-002-30 L6351-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Multifunction step LH (instead of std. boarding step) Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 1.2 1.2 1.9 4.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.2 10.8 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-24009-C ComRef L3274-001-10 L3274-001-20 L8534-002-11 Title Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions LH Weight [kg] 1.9 7.9 4.1 Weight [lb] 4.2 17.4 9.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-24009-C 06-24009-C 06-24009-C 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27022-B 06-27022-B 06-31012-B 06-45020-A 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-65004-B 06-81009-B

ComRef L8534-002-12 L8534-002-21 L8534-002-22 L8511-002-10 L8511-002-20 L8511-005-10 L8511-005-20 L8531-001-00 L3346-500-10 L3346-300-11 L3346-300-20 L3346-301-00 L3346-303-00 L3346-304-00 L2625-003-00 L8503-001-10

Title External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions RH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts LH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts RH Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts External loudspeaker system with siren Search light SX16 vendor parts Search light SX16 basic, fixed provisions Search light SX16, detachable parts, without vendor parts Search light SX16 control center console Search light SX16 control collective pilot Search light SX16 control collective copilot 2nd portable fire extinguisher Fire extinguishing bucket attachment (Bambi Bucket), fixed provisions

Weight [kg] 3.9 13.1 13.1 0.8 3.9 4.3 21.5 11.2 23.0 4.2 10.1 1.3 0.4 0.4 2.8 0.8

Weight [lb] 8.6 28.9 28.9 1.8 8.6 9.5 47.4 24.7 50.7 9.3 22.3 2.9 0.9 0.9 6.2 1.8

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-40005-B 07-40017-A 07-50027-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50035-B 07-60015-B ComRef L2513-220-00 L8552-001-00 L5231-002-00 L5213-001-11 L5213-001-21 L8504-813-00 L2514-014-00 Title Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Sealed cabin floor Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Spoiler position for cockpit doors Variable tie-down net Weight [kg] 11.5 0.3 0.3 1.0 1.0 1.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 25.4 0.7 0.7 2.2 2.2 2.4 7.3

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-12036-C 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31034-B 08-31034-B 08-65004-B ComRef L4322-090-04 L2341-193-40 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-002-00 L3443-004-00 L3443-010-00 Title Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 1600 Search and rescue weather radar RDR 1600 (Telephonics) Video Radar Unit (VRU) Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 3.0 2.0 1.2 9.6 4.8 16.7 5.0 204.4 6.1 210.5 2,067.1 Weight [lb] 6.6 4.4 2.6 21.2 10.6 36.8 11.0 450.6 13.5 464.1 4,557.2

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4.2.1.3 Further Available Equipment General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31025-C 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-31027-B 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-36007-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-81033-B 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5211-002-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L5633-001-10 L5633-001-20 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L8532-002-40 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2812-001-00 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter System Anti-corrosion protection Sliding windows in sliding doors Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors Window in clam-shell door, LH Window in clam-shell door, RH IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Multifunction step RH (instead of std. boarding step) Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Air conditioning system
b a

Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 1.9 0.4 0.0 0.8 0.8 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 1.8 4.9 -2.5 0.9 55.0 2.8 2.6 36.1 4.5 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7

Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 4.2 0.9 0.0 1.8 1.8 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 4.0 10.8 -5.5 2.0 121.3 6.2 5.7 79.6 9.9 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Self sealing fuel supply tanks Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B 06-66009-B ComRef L3272-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3214-001-00 L8511-003-10 L8511-003-20 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L2566-001-00 L3322-001-00 Title Snow skids, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency hammer Boarding step illumination Weight [kg] 0.9 21.9 4.6 0.2 1.5 8.5 1.4 7.8 64.6 0.2 0.2 Weight [lb] 2.0 48.3 10.1 0.4 3.3 18.7 3.1 17.2 142.4 0.4 0.4

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-30013-B 07-50026-B 07-50030-B 07-50034-B 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L2524-002-00 L5231-001-00 L8512-003-00 L5212-001-00 L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Abrasion protection at sliding door Jettisonable cockpit doors Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 2.1 1.0 0.2 1.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 4.6 2.2 0.4 2.6 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15523-B 08-16061-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 L2341-006-63 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3168-092-07 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 7.7 0.0 9.5 0.2 5.6 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 17.0 0.0 20.9 0.4 12.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-53004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L3424-000-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title AHRS Free steering mode M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kitb

Weight [kg] 0.5 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 1.1 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDRis selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.2.1.4 Performance Data 4.2.1.4.1Evacuation Mission (MEDEVAC) Radius of action The calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is 133 nm (246 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system External rope down device (RH, LH) Search light SX16 Cargo hook system and mirrors 3 forward passenger seats Utility seats for 3 rear passengers On 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1906 340 71 489 2806 170 lb 4202 750 157 1078 6186 375

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (4) Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Patient (2)b

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.1.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.Patient weight considered for return leg.

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing, pick-up of 2 patients and take-off at SL Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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2900

2800

Fuel Quantity 560 kg

Planned TOW [kg]

2700

2600

2500

2400

2300 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 150

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.8: Mission TOW versus radius of action diagram

4.2.1.4.2Search and Rescue Mission (SAR) Radius of action versus search time For a search phase of 2 minutes the calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is: 123 nm (228 km). For a radius of action of 10 nm the calculated maximum search time for the mission below is: 151 minutes. Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system, cargo hook system, search light SX16 External rope down device (RH, LH) Cargo hook mirrors 3 forward passenger seats Utility seats for 3 rear passengers 1 stretcher and locker system of the disaster management kit On 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature:

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Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (3) Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Patient (1)
b

kg 1943 255 66 495 2758 85

lb 4284 562 143 1091 6080 187

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.1.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.Patient weight considered for return leg

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Search phase at SL, 2 minutes Rescue phase (pick-up of rescued person) at SL with HOGE, 5 minutes Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL
150

120

Search time [min]

90

60

30

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 150

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.9: Search time versus radius of action diagram

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4.2.1.4.3Intervention Mission Radius of action The calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is 79.5 nm (147 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system, ropedown device (RH, LH) External rope down device (RH, LH) Cargo hook system and mirrors Search light SX16 Disaster management kit Off 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1893 85 550 61 321 2910 lb 4173 187 1213 134 708 6415

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (1) Special unit (5)b Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.1.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.110 kg / 243 lb each

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Rope-down phase (dropping off special unit) at SL with HOGE, 5 minutes Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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800

5 Intervention Team Members @ 110kg


600

Payload [kg]

400

200

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.10: Radius of action diagram

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4.2.2 Disaster Management (Aerolite)


The Disaster Management Kit is based on a modular concept with various optional components medical evacuation. The interior is designed to give maximum room and comfort to the medical crew and patient. The kit is quickly detachable for a fast mission configuration change.

Figure 4.11: Disaster Management Kit - Aerolite STC

4.2.2.1 Mission Parameter Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Evacuation
Pilots 1 or 2

Medics 2

Patient 2

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Search and rescue


Pilots 1 or 2

Medics 2

Patient 1

Intervention
Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 6

4.2.2.2 Basic Mission Configuration 4.2.2.2.1Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207,7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 56 of 168 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B

ComRef L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2104-003-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00

Title Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system: EMS-version Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator

Weight [kg] 0.6 1.0 7.0 16.6 1.9 3.6

Weight [lb] 1.3 2.2 15.4 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 07-27001-B 07-27004-B 07-27004-B 07-70045-A ComRef L2522-007-00 L2522-004-10 L2522-004-20 Title 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards with 4 point safety harness Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, fixed provisions Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, detachable parts Weight [kg] 38.1 1.2 33.2 101.2 Weight [lb] 84.0 2.6 73.2 223.1

AEL-30100-004-2 Disaster Management Kit - Aerolite (AEL) Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH, fix provisions - AEL Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH, detachable parts - AEL Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, RH, fix provisions - AEL Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, RH, detachable parts - AEL Pax Seat stationary, front LH - AEL Pax Seat stationary, front RH - AEL Life Support Module, front center - AEL Floor Frame for Pax Seats & Life Support Module - AEL Installation, Certification & Documentation - AEL Oxygen Cylinder 3,0 lt. Aluminium/Carbon - Luxfer Monitor & Defibrillator Argus Pro Life Care - Schiller Infusion System Power Infuser - Zoll Blood Glucose Meter Omnitest Plus - Braun Respiration Backpack incl. contents - Weinmann Emergency Backpack incl. DIN13232-N contents - Weinmann Cervical Collar Set Perfit ACE & Mini Perfit ACE - Ambu

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 359.0 10.8 369.8 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 791.5 23.7 815.2 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.2.2.2.2Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-31026-C 05-36007-B 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L2514-002-00 L8532-002-30 L6351-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Multifunction step LH (instead of std. boarding step) Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 1.2 1.2 1.9 4.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.2 10.8 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 Page 58 of 168 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-24009-C ComRef L3274-001-10 L3274-001-20 L8534-002-11 Title Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions LH Weight [kg] 1.9 7.9 4.1 Weight [lb] 4.2 17.4 9.0

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-24009-C 06-24009-C 06-24009-C 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27022-B 06-27022-B 06-31012-B 06-45020-A 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-45020-B 06-65004-B 06-81009-B

ComRef L8534-002-12 L8534-002-21 L8534-002-22 L8511-002-10 L8511-002-20 L8511-005-10 L8511-005-20 L8531-001-00 L3346-500-10 L3346-300-11 L3346-300-20 L3346-301-00 L3346-303-00 L3346-304-00 L2625-003-00 L8503-001-10

Title External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions RH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts LH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts RH Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts External loudspeaker system with siren Search light SX16 vendor parts Search light SX16 basic, fixed provisions Search light SX16, detachable parts, without vendor parts Search light SX16 control center console Search light SX16 control collective pilot Search light SX16 control collective copilot 2nd portable fire extinguisher Fire extinguishing bucket attachment (Bambi Bucket), fixed provisions

Weight [kg] 3.9 13.1 13.1 0.8 3.9 4.3 21.5 11.2 23.0 4.2 10.1 1.3 0.4 0.4 2.8 0.8

Weight [lb] 8.6 28.9 28.9 1.8 8.6 9.5 47.4 24.7 50.7 9.3 22.3 2.9 0.9 0.9 6.2 1.8

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-40005-B 07-40017-A 07-50027-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50035-B 07-60015-B ComRef L2513-220-00 L8552-001-00 L5231-002-00 L5213-001-11 L5213-001-21 L8504-813-00 L2514-014-00 Title Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Sealed cabin floor Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Spoiler position for cockpit doors Variable tie-down net Weight [kg] 11.5 0.3 0.3 1.0 1.0 1.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 25.4 0.7 0.7 2.2 2.2 2.4 7.3

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-12036-C 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31034-B 08-31034-B 08-65004-B ComRef L4322-090-04 L2341-193-40 L3452-092-17 L3452-092-09 L2571-002-00 L3443-004-00 L3443-010-00 Title Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 1600 Search and rescue weather radar RDR 1600 (Telephonics) Video Radar Unit (VRU) Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 3.0 2.0 9.6 1.2 4.8 16.7 5.0 204.4 6.1 210.5 2,057.1 Weight [lb] 6.6 4.4 21.2 2.6 10.6 36.8 11.0 450.6 13.5 464.1 4,535.1

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4.2.2.3 Further Available Equipment General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31025-C 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-31027-B 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-36007-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-81033-B 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5211-002-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L5633-001-10 L5633-001-20 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L8532-002-40 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2812-001-00 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Anti-corrosion protection Sliding windows in sliding doors Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors Window in clam-shell door, LH Window in clam-shell door, RH IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Multifunction step RH (instead of std. boarding step) Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Air conditioning system
b

Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 1.9 0.4 0.0 0.8 0.8 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 1.8 4.9 -2.5 0.9 55.0 2.8 2.6 36.1 4.5 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7

Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 4.2 0.9 0.0 1.8 1.8 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 4.0 10.8 -5.5 2.0 121.3 6.2 5.7 79.6 9.9 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Self sealing fuel supply tanks Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B 06-66009-B ComRef L3272-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3214-001-00 L8511-003-10 L8511-003-20 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L2566-001-00 L3322-001-00 Title Snow skids, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency hammer Boarding step illumination Weight [kg] 0.9 21.9 4.6 0.2 1.5 8.5 1.4 7.8 64.6 0.2 0.2 Weight [lb] 2.0 48.3 10.1 0.4 3.3 18.7 3.1 17.2 142.4 0.4 0.4

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-30013-B 07-50026-B 07-50030-B 07-50034-B 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L2524-002-00 L5231-001-00 L8512-003-00 L5212-001-00 L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Abrasion protection at sliding door Jettisonable cockpit doors Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 2.1 1.0 0.2 1.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 4.6 2.2 0.4 2.6 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15523-B 08-16061-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 L2341-006-63 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3168-092-07 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 7.7 0.0 9.5 0.2 5.6 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 17.0 0.0 20.9 0.4 12.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 08-53004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L3424-000-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title AHRS Free steering mode M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kitb

Weight [kg] 0.5 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 1.1 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.2.2.4 Performance Data 4.2.2.4.1Evacuation Mission (MEDEVAC) Radius of action The calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is 133 nm (246 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system External rope down device (RH, LH) Search light SX16 Cargo hook system and mirrors 3 forward passenger seats Utility seats for 3 rear passengers On 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1896 340 66 494 2796 170 lb 4180 750 146 1089 6164 375

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (4) Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Patient (2)b

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.2.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.Patient weight considered for return leg

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing, pick-up of 2 patients and take-off at SL Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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2900

Fuel Quantity 560 kg


2800

Planned TOW [kg]

2700

2600

2500

2400

2300 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 150

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.12: Mission TOW versus radius of action diagram

4.2.2.4.2Search and Rescue Mission (SAR) Radius of action versus search time For a search phase of 2 minutes the calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is: 123 nm (228km). For a radius of action of 10 nm the calculated maximum search time for the mission below is: 151 minutes. Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system, cargo hook system, search light SX16 External rope down device (RH, LH) Cargo hook mirrors 3 forward passenger seats Utility seats for 3 rear passengers 1 stretcher system of the disaster management kit On 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature:

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Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (3) Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Patient (1)
b

kg 1938 255 66 494 2753 85

lb 4273 562 146 1089 6069 187

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.2.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.Patient weight considered for return leg

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Search phase at SL, 2 minutes Rescue phase (pick-up of rescued person) at SL with HOGE, 5 minutes Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL
150

120

Search time [min]

90

60

30

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 150

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.13: Search time versus radius of action diagram

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4.2.2.4.3Intervention Mission Radius of action The calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is 79.5 nm (147 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Equipment not installed: Radar radome RDR1600, external loudspeaker system, ropedown device (RH, LH) External rope down device (RH, LH) Cargo hook system and mirrors Search light SX16 Disaster management kit Off 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1892 85 550 61 322 2910 lb 4171 187 1213 134 710 6415

Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (1) Special unit (5)b Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight

a.Total Weight (refer to 4.2.2.2.Basic Mission Configuration) minus the weight of the uninstalled equipment. b.110 kg / 243 lb each

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max. 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Rope-down phase (dropping off special unit) at SL with HOGE, 5 minutes Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VH Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1500 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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800

5 Intervention Team Members @ 110kg


600

Payload [kg]

400

200

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.14: Radius of action diagram

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4.3

Corporate

The EC135 Corporate configuration offers comfortable, classic surroundings. Genuine materials such as real wood and leather combined with highly accurate production methods ensure a lightweight interior that maximizes the helicopter's range. The elegant interior design with stylish seats and cabinets creates an exclusive ambience. This configuration can comfortably accommodate up to six passengers plus a pilot, providing ample legroom. An optional version accommodates seven passengers and a pilot in equally comfortable conditions.

Figure 4.15: Picture shows optional equipment of an EC135 5 seats corporate package

A combination of two rear seats (3 point safety seat belts), accompanied by an elegant cabinet in the middle ensures the most comfortable travelling in this class by providing two armrests in the window niches and an armrest mounted on the cabinet. For access to cabinet the armrest can be folded backwards. On request an icebox and two cup holders are available. In the front row of the passenger cabin 3 leather seats are installed. The middle seat can be exchanged with a front cabinet on request. The pilot seats (5 point safety seat belts) are upholstered and covered with leather to provide a harmonic interior. The carpet completes a comfortable impression of the design line. Safety belts are adjusted to the leather color of the seats and sides of the cabinet. To underline the comfortable and the prestige approach the belt shutters are made of metal and are brushed. For further information concerning components, features, colors and materials of the Corporate kit please refer to the technical data support document EC135 Corporate & Executive Interior Catalogue.

The data set forth in this document are general in nature and for information purposes only. For performance data and operating limitations, reference must be made to the approved flight manual and all appropriate documents. This document is property of EUROCOPTER, no part of it shall be reproduced or transmitted without the express prior written authorization of EUROCOPTER and its contents shall not be disclosed. EUROCOPTER 2010

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4.3.1 Mission Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 5

4.3.2 Basic Mission Configuration


4.3.2.1 Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 70 of 168 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 0.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1 1.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B

ComRef L3113-004-10 L2104-100-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00

Title Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator

Weight [kg] 1.0 6.6 16.6 1.9 3.6

Weight [lb] 2.2 14.6 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 07-30012-B 07-30015-B 07-86001-B L2581-001-00 L2524-001-00 L2525-100-35 07-80027-A ComRef Title Weight [kg] 107.2 Weight [lb] 236.3

AAT-30200-004-2 5 Seats Corporate VIP Configuration Corporate passenger seats (2 front) Corporate pilot seat heigth adjustable (instead of std. pilot seat) Corporate copilot seat heigth adjustable (instead of standard pilot seat) Corporate passenger seat (1front, middle) Corporate passenger seats (2 rear) Corporate armrest leather covered Corporate carpet for cockpit Corporate carpet for cabin Corporate carpet for cargo compartment Corporate cabinet (rear) with armrest Corporate covers for controls (collective and cyclic) Corporate Passenger Service Unit (PSU) Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment Special painted interior

4.8 4.4 0.1

10.6 9.7 0.2

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 301.4 9.0 310.4 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 664.5 19.9 684.4 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.3.2.2 Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-23006-B 05-31026-C 05-42041-A 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-004-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L7165-002-00 L2514-002-00 L2105-005-00 L6351-002-00 Title Complex exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Engine compressor wash kit Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Air conditioning system Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 2.0 0.6 1.2 1.2 3.2 1.9 55.0 3.6 Weight [lb] 4.4 1.3 2.6 2.6 7.1 4.2 121.3 7.9

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Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B 07-60015-B 07-90006-B ComRef L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 L2514-014-00 L2514-011-00 Title Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Variable tie-down net Retractable coat hooks (2ea) in rear cabin Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 3.3 0.1 73.9 2.2 76.1 1,863.4 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1 7.3 0.2 162.9 4.9 167.8 4,108.0

4.3.3 Further Available Equipment


General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31026-C 05-31026-C 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-93011-A ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7161-001-20 L7161-001-10 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5621-001-00 L5632-001-00 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-30 L6611-001-20 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L8544-003-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Sand filter system, detachable parts Sand filter system, fixed provisions Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Anti-corrosion protection Tinted window for cockpit doors Tinted windows for passenger cabin, incl. sliding windows for sliding doors IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Lashing points (ship landing), detachable parts Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 26.2 11.3 27.0 5.5 0.0 0.6 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.0 5.0 1.8 -2.5 0.9 2.6 36.1 1.2 1.3 GSE 0.8 0.7 2.4 0.6 Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.0 57.8 24.9 59.5 12.1 0.0 1.3 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 0.0 11.0 4.0 -5.5 2.0 5.7 79.6 2.6 2.9 GSE 1.8 1.5 5.3 1.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 05-93011-A 05-95001-C 05-97001-C

ComRef L8544-003-10 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30

Title Lashing points (ship landing), fixed provisions Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system

Weight [kg] 4.2 GSE 0.0

Weight [lb] 9.3 GSE 0.0

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B 06-66008-C 06-66009-B 06-66010-B ComRef L3274-001-20 L3274-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3272-001-10 L3214-001-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-21 L3215-001-10 L2566-001-00 L3353-005-00 L3322-001-00 L3353-006-20 Title Settling protectors, detachable parts Settling protectors, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Snow skids, fixed provisions Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency hammer Emergency lights Boarding step illumination Illuminated signs "NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT" Weight [kg] 7.9 1.9 21.9 0.9 4.6 1.4 64.6 7.8 0.2 2.9 0.2 0.8 Weight [lb] 17.4 4.2 48.3 2.0 10.1 3.1 142.4 17.2 0.4 6.4 0.4 1.8

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 07-50026-B 07-50034-B ComRef L5231-001-00 L5212-001-00 Title One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Jettisonable cockpit doors Weight [kg] 1.0 1.2 Weight [lb] 2.2 2.6

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 74 of 168 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15507-B 08-15532-A 08-15532-A 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31019-B ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-00 L2341-195-40 L2341-195-50 L2341-006-63 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-001-00 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite phone AEROPHONE (Aerodata) incl. cockpit dial panel VIP SATCOM private mode VIP SATCOM wired handset, rear window niche RH Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 2000 1.2 9.6 2.0 2.6 21.2 4.4 Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 4.7 2.2 0.6 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 10.4 4.9 1.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-31019-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A 08-53004-B 08-65004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L3443-090-02 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3168-092-07 L3424-000-00 L3443-010-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS AHRS Free steering mode Video Radar Unit (VRU) M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kitb

Weight [kg] 6.6 9.5 0.2 5.6 0.5 5.0 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 14.6 20.9 0.4 12.3 1.1 11.0 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.3.4 Material and Color Definition


The default color line of the Corporate configuration is defined as SAHARA. Detailed information concerning this color line is given in the listing below. Further color line schemes are avaiable on request. Please refer to the technical data support document EC135 Interior Catalog. Option Corporate pilot seat Cover 5-point safety belts Buckles Corporate copilot seat Cover 5-point safety belts Buckles Corporate passenger seats (2 front) Cover 3-point safety belts Buckles Corporate passenger seats (2 rear) Cover 3-point safety belts Buckles Corporate passenger seats (1 front, middle) Cover 3-point safety belts Buckles Corporate cabinet rear Side walls Top / front covers Latches Corporate PSU (air outlets and lights) Surface Corporate covers for controls (collective and cyclic) Cover Leather Beige (CS 402) Metal Brushed Leather Wood Metal Beige (CS 402) Maple Burl (316) Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Material Color

Corporate carpet for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Carpet machine tufted Carpet edges Corporate armrest in rear window niche LH / RH Cover Special painted interior Paint Light Ivory (RAL 1015) Leather Beige (CS 402) Wool Leather Light Beige (ME 402) Beige (CS 402)

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4.3.5 Performance Data


Maximum range The calculated maximum range for the mission below is 231 nm (428 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Air conditioning system: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (1) Passengers (5+1)a Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight
a.Each passenger 85 kg / 187 lb. 5 passengers in cabin and 1 on copliot side.

None On Off 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1863 85 510 70 382 2910 lb 4107 187 1124 154 842 6415

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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800

600

5+1 Passengers @ 85kg

Payload [kg]

400

200

0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350

Range [nm]
Figure 4.16: Payload versus range diagram

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4.4

Executive

The EC135 Executive configuration provides passengers with an outstanding work environment: There is ample room for up to four people. High-tech materials such as carbon fiber and lightweight aluminum-alloy with the best and most precise manufacturing technologies give a stylish, modern appearance. Ergonomically-designed cabinets offer a well-balanced combination of space and elegance.

Figure 4.17: Typical Executive layout of an EC135a a.Three point safety belts for passenger seats are standard. 4 point safety belts are available on request.

This exclusive interior layout comprises pilot (5 point safety seat belts) and passenger seats (3 point safety seat belts) covered with high quality leather. The safety seat belts are adjusted in harmony with the seat leather and the metal buckles and shutters are of type "Brushed". Front and rear cabinet are covered with the same leather type on the side and top sections. The insides of the cabinets provide additional map cases, storage and holder for bottles. The cabin panels are covered with high quality paint. An exclusive carpet for the three cabin sections is bordered with leather and fits to the design program. The leather covers for the cyclic stick and the collective stick are adjusted to the design line. EC135 provides 5 PSU to provide fresh air and personal reading light to the passengers. These PSU are made of metal and type "Brushed" and enforce the elegance of this VIP solution. For further information concerning components, features, colors and materials of the Corporate kit please refer to the technical data support document EC135 Corporate & Executive Interior Catalogue.
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4.4.1 Mission Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 4

4.4.2 Basic Mission Configuration


4.4.2.1 Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 80 of 168 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 0.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 2.7 1.1 1.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B

ComRef L3113-004-10 L2104-100-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00

Title Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator

Weight [kg] 1.0 6.6 16.6 1.9 3.6

Weight [lb] 2.2 14.6 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-30012-B 07-30015-B 07-86001-B L2581-001-00 L2524-001-00 L2525-100-35 07-80029-B ComRef Title Weight [kg] 132.1 Weight [lb] 291.2

AEL-30200-002-2 4 Seats Executive VIP Configuration Executive co-pilot seat with leather cover, 5-point seatbelt, height adjustable Executive pilot seat with leather cover, 5-point seatbelt, height adjustable Executive passenger seats (2 front) Executive passenger seats (2 rear) Executive armrest in rear window niche LH / RH Executive cabinet (rear ) Executive cabinet (front) Executive carpets for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Executive passenger service unit (air outlets and reading lights) Executive covers for controls (collective and cyclic) Executive headset holders Executive bleed air heating adjustment knob Executive placards (metal brushed) Executive cabin handels LH & RH Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment Special painted interior

4.8 4.4 0.1

10.6 9.7 0.2

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: % Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 326.3 9.8 336.1 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 719.4 21.6 740.9 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.4.2.2 Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-23006-B 05-31026-C 05-42041-A 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-004-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L7165-002-00 L2514-002-00 L2105-005-00 L6351-002-00 Title Complex exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Engine compressor wash kit Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Air conditioning system Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 2.0 0.6 1.2 1.2 3.2 1.9 55.0 3.6 Weight [lb] 4.4 1.3 2.6 2.6 7.1 4.2 121.3 7.9

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Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B 07-60015-B 07-90006-B ComRef L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 L2514-014-00 L2514-011-00 Title Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Variable tie-down net Retractable coat hooks (2ea) in rear cabin Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 3.3 0.1 73.9 2.2 76.1 1,889.0 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1 7.3 0.2 162.9 4.9 167.8 4,164.6

4.4.3 Further Available Equipment


General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31026-C 05-31026-C 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-93011-A ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7161-001-20 L7161-001-10 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5621-001-00 L5632-001-00 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L8544-003-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Sand filter system, detachable parts Sand filter system, fixed provisions Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Anti-corrosion protection Tinted window for cockpit doors Tinted windows for passenger cabin, incl. sliding windows for sliding doors IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Lashing points (ship landing), detachable parts Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 26.2 11.3 27.0 5.5 0.0 0.6 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.0 5.0 1.8 -2.5 0.9 2.6 36.1 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 2.4 0.6 Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 57.8 24.9 59.5 12.1 0.0 1.3 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 0.0 11.0 4.0 -5.5 2.0 5.7 79.6 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5 5.3 1.3

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 05-93011-A 05-95001-C 05-97001-C

ComRef L8544-003-10 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30

Title Lashing points (ship landing), fixed provisions Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system

Weight [kg] 4.2 GSE 0.0

Weight [lb] 9.3 GSE 0.0

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B 06-66008-C 06-66009-B 06-66010-B ComRef L3274-001-20 L3274-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3272-001-10 L3214-001-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-21 L3215-001-10 L2566-001-00 L3353-005-00 L3322-001-00 L3353-006-20 Title Settling protectors, detachable parts Settling protectors, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Snow skids, fixed provisions Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency hammer Emergency lights Boarding step illumination Illuminated signs "NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT" Weight [kg] 7.9 1.9 21.9 0.9 4.6 1.4 64.6 7.8 0.2 2.9 0.2 0.8 Weight [lb] 17.4 4.2 48.3 2.0 10.1 3.1 142.4 17.2 0.4 6.4 0.4 1.8

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 07-50026-B 07-50034-B ComRef L5231-001-00 L5212-001-00 Title One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Jettisonable cockpit doors Weight [kg] 1.0 1.2 Weight [lb] 2.2 2.6

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Page 84 of 168 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15507-B 08-15532-A 08-15532-A 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31019-B ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-00 L2341-195-40 L2341-195-50 L2341-006-63 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-001-00 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite phone AEROPHONE (Aerodata) incl. cockpit dial panel VIP SATCOM private mode VIP SATCOM wired handset, rear window niche RH Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 4.7 2.2 0.6 0.0 1.2 9.6 2.0 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 10.4 4.9 1.3 0.0 2.6 21.2 4.4

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-31019-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A 08-53004-B 08-65004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L3443-090-02 L3442-881-00 L2327-001-01 L3168-092-07 L3424-000-00 L3443-010-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS AHRS Free steering mode Video Radar Unit (VRU) M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kitb

Weight [kg] 6.6 0.2 9.5 5.6 0.5 5.0 15.7 GSE GSE

Weight [lb] 14.6 0.4 20.9 12.3 1.1 11.0 34.6 GSE GSE

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.4.4 Material and Color Definition


The default color line of the Executive configuration is defined as SAHARA. Detailed information concerning this color line is given in the listing below. Further color line schemes are avaiable on request. Please refer to the technical data support document EC135 Interior Catalog. Option Executive pilot seat Cover 5-point safety belts Buckles Executive copilot seat Cover 5-point safety belts Buckles Executive passenger seats (2 front) Cover 3-point safety belts Buckles Executive passenger seats (2 rear) Cover 3-point safety belts Buckles Executive cabinet front Side walls Top / front covers Latches Executive cabinet rear Side walls Top / front covers Latches Executive PSU (air outlets and lights) Surface Executive covers for controls (collective and cyclic) Cover Leather Beige (CS 402) Metal Brushed Leather Leather Metal Beige (CS 402) Almond (1015) Brushed Leather Leather Metal Beige (CS 402) Almond (1015) Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Leather Polyethylen Metall Beige (CS 402) Beige Brushed Material Color

Executive carpet for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Carpet long pile and hand tufted Linked carpet edges Executive armrest in rear window niche LH / RH Cover Special painted interior Paint Light Ivory (RAL 1015) Leather Beige (CS 402) Wool Leather Light Beige (ME 402) Beige (CS 402)

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Option Executive placards

Material

Color

Metal Executive cabin handles Metal Executive headset holders Metal

Alu brushed

Alu brushed

Alu brushed

4.4.5 Performance Data


Maximum range The calculated maximum range for the mission below is 256.5 nm (475 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Air conditioning system: Contingency Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (1) Passengers (4+1) Reserve fuel Contingency fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight
a.Each passenger 85 kg / 187 lb. 4 passengers in cabin and 1 on copilot side. a

None On Off 5% 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1889 85 425 70 21 420 2910 lb 4164 187 937 154 46 926 6415

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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800

600

Payload [kg]

4+1 Passengers @ 85kg


400

200

0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350

Range [nm]
Figure 4.18: Payload versus range diagram

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4.5

HERMS

The l'Hlicoptre par Herms, also part of the EC135 family, has been ingeniously designed to provide a sober, luxurious space for passengers. The cabin includes the latest design elements and introduces a new concept for stowing clothes and luggage. Everything about the cabin is so exquisitely Herms: The headrest, the cabinets, the armrests Herms has changed the concept of flying.

Figure 4.19: Typical Layout of an EC135 Herms interior

This helicopter is available in a range of exterior colors. The interior may combine a variety af materials and colors as is the custom with all ranges of procucts offered by the House.

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4.5.1 Mission Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 4

4.5.2 Basic Mission Configuration


Baseline aircraft
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-32007-B 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39008-B 05-61010-B ComRef L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3042-001-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3113-004-10 L2433-006-00 Title Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Windshield wiper system Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery Weight [kg] 3.6 0.2 5.0 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 1.0 16.6 Weight [lb] 7.9 0.4 11.0 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1 2.2 36.6

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 05-62010-C 05-63003-B 05-71001-C

ComRef L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00 L6351-002-00

Title AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Rotor brake system

Weight [kg] 1.9 3.6 3.6

Weight [lb] 4.2 7.9 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-80025-A ComRef L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2521-005-00 Title Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Herms VIP Package 2nd portable fire extinguisher HERMES 4 passenger seats HERMES 4 tie-down fitting in cargo compartment HERMES Air conditioning system HERMES Armrest in rear window niches HERMES Bleed air heating system HERMES Cargo compartment lighting HERMES Carpet for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment HERMES Door handles for clam-shell doors HERMES Door handles for cockpit doors HERMES Door handles for sliding doors HERMES Emergency lights HERMES Enhanced sound proofing kit HERMES Exterior painting HERMES First aid kit HERMES Front cabinet HERMES Height adjustable copilot seat HERMES instead of standard copilot seat Height adjustable pilot seat HERMES instead of standard pilot seat High visibility paint for main rotor blades HERMES Interior lining HERMES Landing gear HERMES (instead of standard landing gear) Leather coating for control outlets HERMES Map cases on instrument panel glare shield HERMES Package tray in cargo compartment HERMES Passenger Service Unit (PSU) HERMES Page 91 of 168 Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.2 270.1 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 0.4 595.5

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

ComRef

Title Rear cabinet HERMES Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment HERMES Separation wall for cockpit/cabin HERMES Special painted interior HERMES Tailboom LED light HERMES Tinted front windshields Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section HERMES Tinted windows for cockpit doors HERMES Tinted windows for passenger cabin HERMES

Weight [kg]

Weight [lb]

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 2 4 1 1 1 1 08-16063-A 08-18060-A 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L2341-007-54 L2315-001-73 L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Fixed provisions for ANR Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: 0.5 1.8 0.2 0.4 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 458.2 13.7 471.9 1.948.8 1.1 4.0 0.4 0.9 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 1,010.1 30.3 1,040.5 4,296.3 Weight [kg] 75.3 Weight [lb] 166.0

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

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4.5.3 Further Available Equipment


General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-22007-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-34003-B 05-39008-B 05-81033-B 05-85008-C 05-95001-C 05-97001-C ComRef L7924-001-00 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L2576-002-00 L3113-004-20 L2812-001-00 L2843-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 Title Fuzz burners for engines Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Anti-corrosion protection Dampers for avionics compartment Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Self sealing fuel supply tanks Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Weight [kg] 1.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 1.8 0.9 4.5 1.2 0.0 0.0 Weight [lb] 2.6 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 4.0 2.0 9.9 2.6 0.0 0.0

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B ComRef L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 Title Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Weight [kg] 1.4 7.8 64.6 Weight [lb] 3.1 17.2 142.4

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 07-50027-B 07-90008-A ComRef L5231-002-00 L2525-101-65 Title Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Covers for copilot flight controls Herms Weight [kg] 0.3 -.2.5 Weight [lb] 0.7 -5.5

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-15028-B 08-15507-B 08-16061-B 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-31019-B 08-31019-B ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-00 L2341-006-63 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2571-001-00 L3443-090-02 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite phone AEROPHONE (Aerodata) incl. cockpit dial panel Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 0.5 4.7 0.0 1.2 9.6 2.0 6.6 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 1.1 10.4 0.0 2.6 21.2 4.4 14.6

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A 08-53004-B 08-65004-B 08-81033-A 08-80003-A 08-80004-A

ComRef L3442-881-00 L2327-001-01 L3168-092-07 L3424-000-00 L3443-010-00 L2321-013-00 L2321-013-30 L2321-013-40

Title TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS AHRS Free steering mode Video Radar Unit (VRU) M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included CVFDR read out kita MFDAU tool kit
b

Weight [kg] 0.2 9.5 5.6 0.5 5.0 15.7 0.0 0.0

Weight [lb] 0.4 20.9 12.3 1.1 11.0 34.6 0.0 0.0

a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). b.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR is selected.

4.5.4 Performance Data


Maximum range The calculated maximum range for the mission below is 217.5 nm (403 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Air conditioning system: Contingency Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (2) Passengers (4)a Reserve fuel Contingency fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight
a.Each passenger 85 kg / 187 lb.

None On Off 5% 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1949 170 340 66 19 366 2910 lb 4297 375 750 146 42 807 6415

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL
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Figure 4.20: Payload versus range diagram

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4.6

Utility

The EC135 offers numerous possibilities to utility operators. With the best ratio between maximum takeoff weight and useful load in its class, the EC135 carries out all kinds of utility missions with a maximum external cargo hook capacity of 1,300 kg. The Vehicle and Engine Multifunction Display (VEMD) allows pilots to concentrate on the mission ahead: an acoustic warning informs them when the engine is reaching its first limitation, which in turn reduces pilot workload. The EC135's design and large horizontal stabilizer provide stability for sling load operations. The Fenestron tail rotor ensures safety for personnel on ground and helps pilots avoid obstacles when landing or maneuvering. And last but not least, the EC135 has the lowest direct operating cost in its class, making it the cheapest twin engine helicopter to operate!

Figure 4.21: EC135 used for maintenance of windmill parks

Some examples of utility missions that the EC135 can perform: Sling load operations Fire fighting Hoisting Cargo transportation Power Line inspections Wind turbine maintenance and inspections News Gathering
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4.6.1 Mission Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a VFR (Night) Conventional Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Cargo (hook) operation

Pilots 1

Pax Transport
Pilots 1

Pax 6

4.6.2 Basic Mission Configuration


4.6.2.1 Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines. 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines. Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

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General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-41004-C 05-44002-B 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2104-100-00 L2122-001-00 L2433-003-00 L2420-002-00 L2432-001-00 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Slant panel Center console Bleed air heating system Ventilation extruder without copilot I-panel extension. Battery, type Saft, ULM, 27 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC sytem (350 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.8 2.2 6.6 0.3 8.2 3.2 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 1.8 4.9 14.6 0.7 18.1 7.1 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 07-27001-B 07-27001-B ComRef L2522-001-00 L2522-002-00 Title 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards 2 rear passenger seats, facing forward Weight [kg] 37.4 22.2 Weight [lb] 82.5 48.9

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-21014-C 08-43045-A 08-51013-B 08-71002-C 08-61011-A L3441-092-03 L3441-090-04 L3442-093-00 L3425-806-51 L2217-001-10 L3167-091-01 08-00433-A ComRef L2300-001-06 Title AV PACK SP VFR Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), pilot, for conventional cockpit 4 artifical horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), pilot Gyro Magnetic Heading System KCS 55 A (Honeywell), incl. KI-525A AV Pack SP VFR interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter indicator KNI 416 (Honeywell) Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, for conventional cockpit 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery VFR SAS (VFR pitch/roll Stability Augmentation System) CDI KI 206 No1 (Honeywell) Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin):
a

Weight [kg] 41.2

Weight [lb] 90.8

1.2 3.5 8.3 6.6 5.6 1.3 163.7 4.9 168.6

2.6 7.7 18.3 14.6 12.3 2.9 360.9 10.8 371.7

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.6.2.2 Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-31026-C ComRef L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L2514-002-00 Title Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Weight [kg] 0.6 1.2 1.2 1.9 Weight [lb] 1.3 2.6 2.6 4.2

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 06-65004-B ComRef L2625-003-00 Title 2nd portable fire extinguisher Weight [kg] 2.8 Weight [lb] 6.2

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Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 07-60015-B ComRef L2514-014-00 Title Variable tie-down net Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: Weight [kg] 3.3 11.0 0.3 11.3 1,656.8 Weight [lb] 7.3 24.3 0.7 25.0 3,652.5

4.6.3 Further Available Equipment


General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 05-02016-C 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-23006-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-26012-B 05-31025-C 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-31027-B 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34002-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-71001-C 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7165-002-00 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L1241-001-00 L5211-002-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L5633-001-10 L5633-001-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-001-00 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L6351-002-00 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-20 L6611-001-30 L8544-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Engine compressor wash kit Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Anti-corrosion protection Sliding windows in sliding doors Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors Window in clam-shell door, LH Window in clam-shell door, RH Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Avionics compartment Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Air conditioning systemb Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Rotor brake system Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provicions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Fuel management system (fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 3.3 8.2 3.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 5.5 1.9 0.4 0.0 0.8 0.8 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 4.2 0.5 0.6 1.0 55.0 2.8 3.6 2.6 36.1 1.2 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.7 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 7.3 18.1 7.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 12.1 4.2 0.9 0.0 1.8 1.8 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 9.3 1.1 1.3 2.2 121.3 6.2 7.9 5.7 79.6 2.6 2.9 1.8 GSE 1.5

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C

ComRef L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20

Title Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

Weight [kg] 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7

Weight [lb] 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27019-D 06-27019-D 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-65002-B 06-66008-C 06-66009-B 06-66010-B 06-81009-B ComRef L3274-001-10 L3274-001-20 L3272-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3214-001-00 L8512-001-10 L8512-001-12 L8512-001-20 L8512-001-21 L8511-002-10 L8511-002-20 L8511-001-10 L8511-001-30 L8511-003-10 L8511-003-20 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L2566-001-00 L3353-005-00 L3322-001-00 L3353-006-20 L8503-001-10 Title Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts Snow skids, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a External hoist LH, fixed provisionsb External hoist RH, fixed provisions
c

Weight [kg] 1.9 7.9 0.9 21.9 4.6 8.6 8.6 59.2 62.7 0.8 3.9 3.7 16.5 0.2 1.5 8.5 1.4 7.8 64.6 0.2 2.9 0.2 0.8 0.8

Weight [lb] 4.2 17.4 2.0 48.3 10.1 19.0 19.0 130.5 138.2 1.8 8.6 8.2 36.4 0.4 3.3 18.7 3.1 17.2 142.4 0.4 6.4 0.4 1.8 1.8

External hoist 50m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist 90m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Cargo hook system, fixed provisions Cargo hook system, detachable parts Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency hammer Emergency lights Boarding step illumination Illuminated signs NO SMOKING / FASTEN SEAT BELT Fire extinguishing bucket attachment (Bambi Bucket), fixed provisions

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request. b.Requires L5213-001-11 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH or L5213-001-12 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH. c.Requires L5213-001-21 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH or L5213-001-22 Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH

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Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-30013-B 07-30015-B 07-30018-A 07-40005-B 07-40017-A 07-50026-B 07-50027-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50030-B 07-50034-B 07-50035-B 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-60014-B 07-74045-A 07-74057-A 07-74057-A ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L2524-002-00 L2524-001-00 L5213-003-00 L2513-220-00 L8552-001-00 L5231-001-00 L5231-002-00 L5213-001-11 L5213-001-12 L5213-001-21 L5213-001-22 L8512-003-00 L5212-001-00 L8504-813-00 L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00 L2514-013-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment Curtains for cabin windows (grey) Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Sealed cabin floor One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH Abrasion protection at sliding door Jettisonable cockpit doors Spoiler for cockpit doors Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 2.1 4.4 1.6 11.5 0.3 1.0 0.3 1.0 0.4 1.0 0.4 0.2 1.2 1.1 0.1 0.1 0.2 1.4 18.7 1.0 14.5 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 4.6 9.7 3.5 25.4 0.7 2.2 0.7 2.2 0.9 2.2 0.9 0.4 2.6 2.4 0.2 0.2 0.4 3.1 41.2 2.2 32.0

AAT-30120-006-2 Stretcher Rescue foldable for helicopter floor, LH/RH - AAT AEL-30120-013-1 Stretcher Cirrus 1000 foldable, LH/RH, fix provisions - AEL AEL-30120-013-2 Stretcher Cirrus 1000 foldable, LH/RH, detchable parts - AEL

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-12036-C 08-15028-B 08-15523-B 08-16061-B 08-25014-A 08-25014-A 08-26010-B 08-35007-D 08-35007-D ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L4322-090-04 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 L2341-193-40 L3169-092-02 L3455-092-03 L3431-092-02 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (Sky Connect) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX Distance Measuring Equipment DME indicator KDI 572 (Honeywell) Distance measuring equipment DME KN 63 (Honeywell) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 3.0 0.5 7.7 2.0 0.8 2.0 0.9 9.5 0.2 Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 6.6 1.1 17.0 4.4 1.8 4.4 2.0 20.9 0.4

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Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72):
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

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4.6.4 Performance Data


4.6.4.1 Maximum Range The calculated maximum range for the mission below (cargo transport) is 304.5 nm (564 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equippeda Crew (1) Payloadb Reserve fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight None On 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1584 85 681 69 491 2910 lb 3492 187 1501 152 1082 6415

a. Pax seats and copilot seat not installed. For passenger transport the weight increases to 1657 kg / 3653 lb (seats installed). b.For passenger transport the payload decreases to 608 kg / 1340 lb (seats installed).

Mission profile Take-off at SL (max 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 7000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 7000ft with VBR Descent from 7000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80KIAS) Landing at SL

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Figure 4.22: Payload versus range diagram

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4.7

Offshore - Oil and Gas

For offshore operations, the EC135's panoramic visibility, exceptional maneuverability, range, twin-engine performance, safety, and large cabin make the helicopter perfectly suited for this sector's demanding operations. The powerful and reliable engines provide outstanding performance and vital power reserves even in one-engine inoperative (OEI) scenarios. The EC135 features other safety aspects, such as energy-absorbing fuselage and seats and crash-resistant fuel cells. Its state-of-the-art avionics considerably reduce pilot workload, allowing them to focus on the mission ahead. The simple design of the EC135 allows for fast and easy maintenance, thereby ensuring optimal dispatch availability. Finally, the EC135's proven technology enables pilots to perform safe and efficient flights, even in the poorest weather conditions.

Figure 4.23: EC135 in a typical offshore layout

Safety and comfort in mind The EC135's spacious cabin offers outstanding visibility to both the pilot and its passengers. The latter will appreciate the ample legroom and low in-flight vibration levels. In the standard configuration, the EC135 can accommodate 5 or 6 passengers plus 1 or 2 pilots. The design of the EC135 is fully adapted for hoist operations with its flat cabin floor, specific landing gear and best of all, excellent OEI hover performance, which ensures optimal safety in case of an engine failure during operations.
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4.7.1 Mission Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: JAR-OPS 3a IFR (Night) Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes Yes

a.The offered equipment package is derived from the conditions stated in JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. This package does not cover oxygen equipment and equipment required for over water operations. As the national operating rule may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 5

4.7.2 Basic Mission Configuration


4.7.2.1 Mandatory Items Baseline aircraft
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 00-10002-A 00-10002-A 00-10002-A ComRef L0000-002-00 L0000-003-02 L0000-003-01 Title EC135 Baseline Aircraft 135.10.100.01 E 2 Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 turbine engines 2 Turbomeca ARRIUS 2B2 turbine engines Subtotal: 1.5% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Weight [kg] 1,455.0 0.0 0.0 1,455.0 21.8 1,476.8 Weight [lb] 3,207.7 0.0 0.0 3,207.7 48.1 3,255.8

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General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-03007-C 05-22008-C 05-30003-A 05-33001-B 05-33002-B 05-34002-B 05-37016-C 05-38010-B 05-39006-B 05-39007-B 05-39008-B 05-41004-C 05-61010-B 05-62010-C 05-63003-B ComRef L2562-001-00 L2621-001-00 L2565-002-00 L3113-001-00 L3113-004-00 L2576-001-00 L6701-001-00 L3111-001-04 L2514-003-01 L3111-001-10 L3113-004-10 L2104-100-00 L2433-006-00 L2420-005-00 L2432-001-00 Title First aid kit Engine fire extinguishing system Flashlight copilot side Slant panel Center console Avionics compartment Copilot flight controls 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Bleed air heating system Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery AC system (50 VA) Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Weight [kg] 1.5 3.6 0.2 0.8 2.2 4.2 7.2 2.7 0.5 0.6 1.0 6.6 16.6 1.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 7.9 0.4 1.8 4.9 9.3 15.9 6.0 1.1 1.3 2.2 14.6 36.6 4.2 7.9

Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 06-12008-C 06-45023-B 06-67044-B ComRef L3217-001-00 L3343-003-00 L2563-801-06 Title Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube Landing & search light, 450 W ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV option Weight [kg] 1.0 3.1 3.3 Weight [lb] 2.2 6.8 7.3

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 07-27001-B 07-27001-B ComRef L2522-001-00 L2522-002-00 Title 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards 2 rear passenger seats, facing forward Weight [kg] 37.4 22.2 Weight [lb] 82.5 48.9

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Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-21014-C 08-53002-B 08-54001-C 08-72001-B L3441-090-04 L2212-400-00 L3411-001-00 L2212-001-00 08-00434-A ComRef L2300-011-07 Title AV PACK DP IFR GC G430Wa Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins) Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) Avionics/Radio master switches (Special Eurocopter) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W FCDS
a

Weight [kg] 0.0 6.0 3.3 2.8 0.9 1.4 8.0 6.6 6.6 24.0 15.7 3.5 17.0 1.5 27.0 Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): 244.5 7.3 251.8

Weight [lb] 0.0 13.2 7.3 6.2 2.0 3.1 17.6 14.6 14.6 52.9 34.6 7.7 37.5 3.3 59.5 539.0 16.2 555.2

(Garmin), pilot, interfaced with

GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430Wa (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) AV PACK DP IFR GC G430 interconnection / wiring Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) MEGHAS sensor kit Copilot pitot static system Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS

a.The system installation is not approved for WAAS navigation functions (e.g. LPV, LP, LNAV/VNAV and LNAV+V approaches) therefore such functions are deactivated. Starting mid 2010 and in the USA only, WAAS LPV approaches capability will be proposed by American Eurocopter as an STC.

4.7.2.2 Recommended Items General equipment


Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-02016-D 05-12001-B 05-22007-B 05-22014-A 05-23006-B 05-26012-B 05-31026-C 05-71001-C ComRef L1111-002-00 L5232-001-00 L7924-001-00 L5371-001-00 L7165-002-00 L1241-001-00 L2514-002-00 L6351-002-00 Title Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Fuzz burners for engines Engine outlet heat protection Engine compressor wash kit Anti-corrosion protection Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Rotor brake system Weight [kg] 1.5 0.6 1.2 1.2 3.2 5.5 1.9 3.6 Weight [lb] 3.3 1.3 2.6 2.6 7.1 12.1 4.2 7.9

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 06-61015-B 06-61015-B 06-66008-C 06-66017-B ComRef L3215-001-10 L3215-001-21 L3353-005-00 L3353-010-00 Title Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency lights HEEL System (Helicopter Emergency Egress Lighting) Weight [kg] 7.8 64.6 2.9 5.4 Weight [lb] 17.2 142.4 6.4 11.9

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 07-40005-B 07-40017-A 07-50034-B 07-60015-B ComRef L2513-220-00 L8552-001-00 L5212-001-00 L2514-014-00 Title Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment Sealed cabin floor Jettisonable cockpit doors Variable tie-down net Weight [kg] 11.5 0.3 1.2 3.3 Weight [lb] 25.4 0.7 2.6 7.3

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-16061-B 08-31019-B 08-31019-B 08-53004-B 08-65004-B 08-83039-A 08-80003-A ComRef L2341-006-63 L2571-001-00 L3443-090-02 L3424-000-00 L3443-010-00 L2321-010-00 L2321-013-30 Title Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) AHRS Free steering mode Video Radar Unit (VRU) Cockpit Voice & Flight Data Recorder and Usage Monitoring System, ground station not included CVFDR read out kita Subtotal: 3% Weight margin: Subtotal (incl. margin): Total: a.Recommended 1 per customer if CVFDR is selected (PGS software included). Weight [kg] 0.0 2.0 6.6 0.5 5.0 16.9 GSE 146.7 4.4 151.1 1,879.8 Weight [lb] 0.0 4.4 14.6 1.1 11.0 37.3 GSE 323.4 9.7 333.1 4,144.1

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4.7.3 Further Available Equipment


General equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 05-12002-B 05-21015-B 05-21015-B 05-25016-D 05-25016-D 05-25023-B 05-31025-C 05-31025-C 05-31026-C 05-31027-B 05-31027-B 05-31028-C 05-31028-C 05-31045-A 05-31045-A 05-31098-A 05-31118-A 05-32007-B 05-34003-B 05-37017-B 05-39008-B 05-42041-A 05-44011-A 05-81032-C 05-81032-C 05-85008-C 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-92009-B 05-93007-C 05-93008-B 05-95001-C 05-97001-C 05-97002-C 05-97002-C ComRef L2551-003-00 L8541-001-10 L8541-001-20 L7161-001-10 L7161-001-20 L7163-001-00 L5211-002-00 L5211-002-01 L5621-001-00 L5633-001-10 L5633-001-20 L2524-030-10 L2524-030-20 L5211-001-11 L5211-001-12 L5211-001-01 L5611-002-00 L3042-001-00 L2576-002-00 L6721-001-00 L3113-004-20 L2105-005-00 L2122-005-00 L2818-100-10 L2818-100-20 L2843-001-00 L6611-001-10 L6611-001-30 L6611-001-20 L8544-002-00 L8544-001-00 L1321-001-00 L6201-001-30 L6201-002-10 L6201-002-20 Title Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts Sand filter system, fixed provisions Sand filter system, detachable parts Inlet Barrier Filter Systema Sliding windows in sliding doors Ram air deflectors sliding doors Tinted window for cockpit doors Window in clam-shell door, LH Window in clam-shell door, RH IFR - training screen, fixed provisions IFR - training screen, detachable parts Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Tinted front windshields Windshield wiper system Dampers for avionics compartment Covers for copilot flight controls Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Air conditioning systemb Weight [kg] 0.6 3.3 8.2 11.3 26.2 27.0 1.9 0.4 0.0 0.8 0.8 0.1 1.6 0.1 0.1 0.6 0.0 5.0 1.8 -2.5 0.9 55.0 2.8 2.6 36.1 1.2 1.3 GSE 0.8 0.7 2.4 GSE 0.0 0.1 0.7 Weight [lb] 1.3 7.3 18.1 24.9 57.8 59.5 4.2 0.9 0.0 1.8 1.8 0.2 3.5 0.2 0.2 1.3 0.0 11.0 4.0 -5.5 2.0 121.3 6.2 5.7 79.6 2.6 2.9 GSE 1.8 1.5 5.3 GSE 0.0 0.2 1.5

Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Cover kit for helicopter Accelerometers for Track and Balance system Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts

a.Currently available with Pratt & Whitney engines. For Tubomeca engines on request. b.L2122-005-00 Ventilation enhancement for cockpit already part of the air conditioning system.

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Mission equipment
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 06-11021-B 06-11021-B 06-11022-C 06-11022-C 06-12018-A 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-21017-D 06-26011-C 06-26011-C 06-27019-D 06-27019-D 06-27027-A 06-27027-A 06-31012-B 06-42038-A 06-46001-B 06-65002-B 06-65004-B 06-66010-B 06-67047-A ComRef L3274-001-20 L3274-001-10 L3272-001-20 L3272-001-10 L3214-001-00 L8512-001-20 L8512-001-12 L8512-001-10 L8512-001-21 L8511-002-20 L8511-002-10 L8511-001-30 L8511-001-10 L8511-003-20 L8511-003-10 L8531-001-00 L3347-010-00 L3344-001-00 L2566-001-00 L2625-003-00 L3353-006-20 L2563-812-00 Title Settling protectors, detachable parts Settling protectors, fixed provisions Snow skids, detachable parts Snow skids, fixed provisions Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear)a External hoist 50m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist RH, fixed provisionsb External hoist LH, fixed provisionsc External hoist 90m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook system, detachable parts Cargo hook system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions External loudspeaker system with siren 4 additional landing lights Strobe lights, white Emergency hammer 2nd portable fire extinguisher Weight [kg] 7.9 1.9 21.9 0.9 4.6 59.2 8.6 8.6 62.7 3.9 0.8 16.5 3.7 1.5 0.2 11.2 8.5 1.4 0.2 2.8 0.8 9.6 Weight [lb] 17.4 4.2 48.3 2.0 10.1 130.5 19.0 19.0 138.2 8.6 1.8 36.4 8.2 3.3 0.4 24.7 18.7 3.1 0.4 6.2 1.8 21.2

Illuminated signs "NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT" Automatic Deployable ELT

a.Excludes L3217-001-00 Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube. Emergency floatation system for the medium height landing gear on request. b.Requires L5213-001-21 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH or L5213-001-22 Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH c.Requires L5213-001-11 Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH or L5213-001-12 Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH.

Interior layout
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 135.10.101.01 E 07-15016-B 07-15016-B 07-30012-B 07-30013-B 07-30015-B 07-30018-A 07-50025-C 07-50026-B 07-50027-B 07-50028-A 07-50028-A 07-50030-B ComRef L2512-003-10 L2512-003-20 L2581-001-00 L2524-002-00 L2524-001-00 L5213-003-00 L5211-004-00 L5231-001-00 L5231-002-00 L5213-001-12 L5213-001-22 L8512-003-00 Title Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Enhanced sound proofing kit Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment Curtains for cabin windows (grey) Securing device for complete opening of cockpit doors One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH Abrasion protection at sliding door Weight [kg] 1.8 1.8 4.8 2.1 4.4 1.6 0.8 1.0 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.2 Weight [lb] 4.0 4.0 10.6 4.6 9.7 3.5 1.8 2.2 0.7 0.9 0.9 0.4

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Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 07-50036-B 07-50039-B 07-50039-B 07-74045-A 07-74057-A 07-74057-A

ComRef L2514-012-00 L5211-010-00 L5211-011-00

Title Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors

Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.2 18.7 1.0 14.5

Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 0.4 41.2 2.2 32.0

AAT-30120-006-2 Stretcher "Rescue" foldable for Helicopter Floor, LH/RH - AAT AEL-30120-013-1 Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH/RH, fix provisions - AEL AEL-30120-013-2 Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH/RH, detachable parts - AEL

Avionics
Qty DocRef 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 08-10021-A 08-10021-A 08-12036-C 08-15028-B 08-15523-B 08-16061-B 08-17032-A 08-24015-C 08-24015-C 08-35007-D 08-35007-D 08-46040-A 08-80004-A ComRef L2314-090-15 L2314-090-25 L4322-090-04 L2319-002-41 L2315-092-02 L2341-193-40 L2331-003-00 L3452-092-09 L3452-092-17 L2327-001-01 L3442-881-00 L3168-092-07 L2321-013-40 Title HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX Cabin loudspeaker ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton/Wulfsberg) Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS MFDAU tool kita Weight [kg] 7.3 20.5 3.0 0.5 7.7 2.0 1.7 1.2 9.6 9.5 0.2 5.6 GSE Weight [lb] 16.1 45.2 6.6 1.1 17.0 4.4 3.7 2.6 21.2 20.9 0.4 12.3 GSE

a.Recommended 1 per fleet customer (> 3 H/C) if CVFDR and/or UMS is selected.

Headsets and adapter cable In any case EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH adapter cables are required to connect any type of headset or helmet to the aircraft intercom system. Furthermore EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH provides different headset types for customers choice.
Qty 1 1 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18018-C 08-18060-A ComRef L2315-001-10 L2315-001-11 L2315-001-14 L2315-001-15 L2315-001-72 Title Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 0.3 Weight [lb] 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 0.7

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Required adapter cables for the above listed Headsets (L2315-001-10 to L2315-001-72)
Qty 1 1 Qty 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A DocRef 08-18060-A ComRef L2341-007-62 L2341-007-63 ComRef L2315-001-73 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Title Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Weight [kg] 0.1 0.2 Weight [kg] 0.3 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.4 Weight [lb] 0.7

Required items for the above listed Headset (L2315-001-73):


Qty 1 1 1 DocRef 08-18061-A 08-18061-A 08-16063-A ComRef L2341-007-67 L2341-007-68 L2341-007-54 Title Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Fixed provisions for ANR Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1

4.7.4 Performance Data


4.7.4.1 Radius of action The calculated maximum radius of action for the mission below is 125 nm (231 km). Mission Parameters Drag relevant equipment installed: Bleed air heating: Contingency fuel: Reserve: Temperature: Weight Breakdown Empty weight equipped Crew (1) Passengers (4) Reserve fuel Contingency fuel Trip fuel Take-off weight Emergency Floats On 10% 20 minutes in 1500ft at VBR ISA kg 1880 85 380 70 45 445 2905 lb 4145 187 838 154 99 981 6404

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Mission profile Take-off at SL (max 2910 kg / 6415 lb) Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65 KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VBR Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80 KIAS) Landing and takeoff (with same number of PAX) in SL Climb flight AEO-MCP from SL to 3000ft with VY (65KIAS) Level flight at 3000ft with VBR Descent from 3000ft to SL with R/D of -1000 fpm (80 KIAS) Landing at SL

800

600

Payload [kg]

4 Passengers @ 95kg
400

200

0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140

Radius of action [nm]


Figure 4.24: Payload versus range diagram

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Further Product Information


In addition to the presented configurations / equipment in chapter 4 and 5.1 there is a wide range of further options and mission equipment which is available on request. This chapter provides an overview of all options which is presented in the specific favorite configuration in chapter 4. Furthermore it provides an insight of special mission equipment, choices of avionics systems, etc.

5.1

Avionics
EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH offers a wide range of modular avionics solutions. Starting from VFR to IFR, conventional to Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS), single to dual pilot solutions. For special mission equipment like digital moving map, EOS cameras, etc. a large single SMD for copilot instrument panel is available. In addition NVG friendly solutions can be offered on request. The following avionics layouts give a short overview about the avionics variety of the EC135.

5.1.1 VFR Solutions


Single Pilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin)
HIGH NR
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

MASTER
CAUTION

180

20 40

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX 48 480 45 FF2 888 XXX
ON

30

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX HOOK 8888 X
A R ON M

COURSE
24

S
KING

FR
15

-888.8
FLIGHT I D L E OFF

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL


ENTER

FLIGHT I D L E

ENG1 OIL

Gyro Magnetic Heading System KCS 55 A (Honeywell), incl. KI-525A 4 artifical horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), pilot GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, for conventional cockpit GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), pilot, for conventional cockpit Airspeed indicator 3'', pilot Encoding altimeter 3'', pilot Vertical speed indicator 3'', pilot Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.1: Conventional Instrumentation with Garmin GNS 430W

OFF

OFF

FADEC

20VE

ENG I
NORM O F F RESET

FRESH AIR

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM O F F O F F RESET

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

RESET

GEN I

BAT MSTR

GEN II
INTG TERM CDI WPT APR OBS MSG AUTO OBS

HI NR ON

VLOC GPS

GARMIN

GNS 430

GARMIN

GNS 430

C
VOL SQ
PWR PUSH

RNG
C

C
VOL SQ
PWR PUSH

RNG
C

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

COM PUSH C/V

VLOC

COM PUSH C/V

VLOC

CDI
GARMIN IDENT
STBY

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC
GTX 330

CDI

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC

ON
ALT
OFF

VFR

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

SLAVE

+ FREE

CCW

CW

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2
RX ICS

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

NAV1

NAV2

NAV1

NAV2

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INTG VLOC GPS

TERM CDI WPT

APR OBS

FRESH AIR

15

21

CDI KI 206 No1 (Honeywell)

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

N A V GS

30

24

25

30

35

Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot

160 AIR-SPEED
55

40

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

120

ENG N2 0

60 140 120
50 60

CALL SIGN

KNOTS
80 100 +
100 FEET

7 6 5

2 3 4

110 ROTOR 100 90 R


15

10

45

% RPM 80 70
20

970

G
ALTI TUDE +

RESET

OFF1

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83% T4 570C

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2
Honeywell

SCROLL

SCROLL
GS NAV

RESET

OFF

MM

33

3 6

33

HDG

GS

3 6
E

UP DOWN

VERTICAL SPEED FIT/MIN X1000

TO

12
HDG

12

MSG AUTO OBS

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Technical Data

Dual Pilot / Single Dual Pilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot
+
100 FEET

HIGH NR
+
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

MASTER
CAUTION

180

20 40

RMI KI 229 (Honeywell), copilot


140

CALL SIGN

160 AIR-SPEED 970


55

180

40

40 160 AIR-SPEED 60
2 2

20

ALTI

TUDE

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

120

ENG N2 0

60 140 120
50 60

CALL SIGN

KNOTS
80 100 +
100 FEET

KNOTS
80 120 100
4 4

G
UP DOWN

CDI KI 206 No.1 (Honeywell)


S

VERTICAL SPEED FIT/MIN X1000 XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

Honeywell

21 24
33
N A V GS

12 15

3 6

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100


ON

30

30

TO

24

24

PUSH

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX HOOK 8888 X

COURSE

S
KING

15

INTG TERM CDI WPT APR OBS MSG AUTO OBS

INTG VLOC GPS

TERM CDI WPT

APR OBS

MSG AUTO OBS

FLIGHT I D L E

A R ON M

-888.8
FLIGHT I D L E OFF

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL


ENTER

ENG1 OIL

VLOC GPS

20VE

FRESH AIR

OFF

OFF

FADEC

ENG I
NORM O F F RESET

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM O F F O F F RESET

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

FRESH AIR

2 directional Gyro (3" unslaved indicator) 205 1BL on copilot side (Goodrich) Gyro Magnetic Heading System KCS 55 A (Honeywell), incl. KI-525A 4" artificial horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), copilot 4" artificial horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), pilot GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, for conventional cockpit GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), pilot, for conventional cockpit Airspeed indicator 3'', pilot Encoding altimeter 3'', pilot Vertical speed indicator 3'', pilot Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.2: Conventional Instrumentation with Garmin GNS 430W

nd

RESET

GEN I

BAT MSTR

GEN II
HI NR ON

GARMIN

GNS 430

GARMIN

GNS 430

C
VOL SQ
PWR PUSH

RNG
C

C
VOL SQ
PWR PUSH

RNG
C

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

COM PUSH C/V

VLOC

COM PUSH C/V

VLOC

CDI
GARMIN IDENT
STBY
ON
ALT

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC
GTX 330

CDI

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC

OFF

VFR

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

SLAVE

+ FREE

CCW

CW

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2
RX ICS

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

NAV1

NAV2

NAV1

NAV2

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21

A D F

12

15

21

Copilot 3" instruments (airspeed indicator, altimeter, vertical speed indicator; United Instruments)

24 21

30 33

FF1 888 XXX

FR

25

7 6 5
30

2 3 4

110 ROTOR 100 90


15

10

45

% RPM 80 70
20

35

970

G
ALTI TUDE +

RESET

OFF1

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83% T4 570C

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2
Honeywell

SCROLL

SCROLL
GS NAV

48

480

45

RESET

33

HDG

GS

3 6

UP DOWN

VERTICAL SPEED FIT/MIN X1000

30 33

FF2 888 XXX

OFF

MM

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

12

KING

12

N
3

HDG

Technical Data

5.1.2 IFR with Conventional Instrumentation


Dual Pilot GARMIN GNS 430W Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot
CALL SIGN
HIGH NR
+ +
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

100

FEET

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

MASTER
CAUTION

180

20 40

A
60

H L T

S E N S

160 AIR-SPEED 970


55

CALL SIGN

140 120

KNOTS
80 100
4 4

G
UP DOWN

VERTICAL SPEED FIT/MIN X1000 XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

24

COURSE

OAT -888.8 X HDG -888.8


FLIGHT I D L E OFF

>8888 XX NE 888 XXX COURSE HOOK 8888 X

ENTER
INTG VLOC GPS TERM CDI WPT APR OBS MSG AUTO OBS

Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, for conventional cockpit

INTG VLOC GPS

TERM CDI WPT

APR OBS

MSG AUTO OBS

FLIGHT I D L E

A R ON M

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

ENG1 OIL

20VE

FRESH AIR

OFF

OFF

FADEC

ENG I
NORM O F F RESET

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM O F F O F F RESET

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

FRESH AIR

RESET

GEN I

BAT MSTR

GEN II
H2 NM RNV KT HLD N2 MIN

HI NR ON
KING

N1 OFF

USE OF GPS 1 LIMITED TO VFR ONLY


GARMIN
GNS 430

GARMIN

GNS 430

C
PUSH PWR

RNG
C

C
PUSH PWR

RNG
C

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), pilot, for conventional cockpit 4" artificial horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), pilot

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

COM
VLOC

COM
VLOC

PUSH C/V

PUSH C/V

CDI
GARMIN IDENT
STBY

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC
GTX 330

CDI

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC

ON

OFF

VFR

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

VHF1 TX

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

4" artificial horizon GH14-391 (Honeywell), copilot 2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery Copilot 3" instruments (airspeed indicator, altimeter, vertical speed indicator; United Instruments) Horizontal Situation Indicator(HSI) - KPI 552, copilot (Honeywell) Horizontal Situation Indicator(HSI) - KPI 552, pilot (Honeywell) 2nd directional Gyro (3" unslaved indicator) 205 1BL on copilot side (Goodrich) Airspeed indicator 3'', pilot Encoding altimeter 3'', pilot Vertical speed indicator 3'', pilot Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2''

EMER BK-UP

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

Figure 5.3: IFR solution with Conventional Instrumentation and dual Garmin GNS 430W

5.1.3 IFR Solutions with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS)


Dual Pilot / Single Dual Pilot Flite Line VHF AM/COM & NAV control unit CCN 955 - (Chelton), copilot VHF AM/COM & NAV control unit CCN 955 - (Chelton), pilot Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin)
FRESH
200 280 10 260

CALL SIGN

CALL SIGN

HIGH
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

BRT
HDG VS
20

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

NR
MASTER
CAUTION

BRT
200

250 00
25500
55

ASEL

HDG

VS
20

250 00
25500

ASEL

250
240 10 220 20 M.205 M DH200

40

00 250 80

20

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

24500 29.92

OFF

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

BRT
AZ 359 23 33 30 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX


G S

3 6

M L S 1

24 21 15

12

ADF 2

HOOK 8888 X -888.8


FLIGHT ON A R M OFF OFF ON FLIGHT

ENTER

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

ENG1 OIL
I D L OFF E

I D L OFFE

FADEC

ENG I
NORM

TRAIF N F SEL
ON

FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

FRESH AIR

2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) or MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (2xSMD45/1xSMD68)
BRT+
X

AIR

O F RESET F

O F RESET F

O F RESET F

GEN I
DME 1 HOLD

BAT MSTR
DME 2 HOLD

GEN II
HI NR ON

GARMIN

GTX 330
ON

CALL SIGN

IDENT VFR
ALT

ALT
OFF

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

0 WULFSBERG WULFSBERG

COM/NAV

COM/NAV

ACT 2

117.300 112.800
ON RAD BRG
TUNE

ACT 2

117.300 112.800
ON RAD BRG
TUNE

MODE VOL

MODE VOL

PWR

PWR

DH T S T CRS
VHF1 TX VHF2 TAC1 TAC2 FM UHF

BARO

DH S T D T S T CRS
PA TX VHF1 VHF2 TAC1 TAC2 FM UHF

BARO

EXT

NAV SOURCE

PFD ND
POS
SAT

EXT

NAV SOURCE

PFD ND
POS
SAT

S T D

PA

ISO
EMER

RX ICS

VOX

CALL
BK-UP

ISO
EMER

RX ICS

ICS

VOX

CALL

ICS

5000 M

BK-UP
MIN

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

NAV1

NAV2 ICS

DME1

DME2

MKR

ISO CALL

MIN

ADF

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

NAV1

NAV2 ICS

DME1

DME2

MKR

ISO CALL

ADF

BRT-

CTR-

CTR+
N N 1 2 FCDM L R 1 N 2 ICP 1 N 2 ADC

Back-up altimeter (2") Back-up airspeed indicator (2") Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.4: IFR solution with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS)

FRESH AIR

2 AHRS

MASTER

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OFF

25

7 6 5
30

2 3 4

20 180 160 140


15

9
40 60 80
10 20 20 OFF 10

100

8 7
P U L L RO C A G E

0 FEE 1 ALT

120 110

ENG N2 0

280 10 260
50 60

10
6

0 0
1013
MB

2
100

ROTOR R % RPM 90 80 70

250
240 10 220 20 M.205 M DH200

120 100

00 250 80

20

45

24500 29.92

OFF

RESET

OFF1

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83%

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2

SCROLL

BRT
SCROLL
AZ 359 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

ON

48

480

45

FF2 888 XXX

T4 570C

RESET

23 33 30

3 6

OFF

MM

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

M L S 1

G S

24

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX

12 21 15

OFF
ADF 2

Page 119 of 168

15

21

A D F

24

Distance Measuring Equipment DME indicator KDI 572 (Honeywell)

Honeywell

CO MP ASS

MP ASS

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX 48 480 45 FF2 888 XXX
ON

CO

33 30
G S O F F

OFF

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

G S O F F

30

35

30

60

25

35

Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin)

180

40 160 AIR-SPEED
2

+
40

10 20
20

20

ALTI

TUDE

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

120

ENG N2 0

140 120
50 60

KNOTS
80 100 +

7 6 5

2 3 4

20 OFF 10

110 ROTOR 100 90


P U L L RO C A G E

100

FEET

10
15

45

% RPM 80 70

970

G
ALTI TUDE +

RESET

OFF1

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83% T4 570C

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2
Honeywell

SCROLL

SCROLL
UP DOWN

VERTICAL SPEED FIT/MIN X1000

15

21

NAV

NAV

RESET

MM

33

6
E

6
E

12

12
E

A D F

HDG

ALT

10 20

STBY

Technical Data

Dual Pilot / Single Dual Pilot Dual Garmin GNS 430W Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot
200 280 10

CALL SIGN
EMER OFF SW 1

CALL SIGN

HIGH
LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

NR
EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE
MASTER
CAUTION

BRT
HDG VS
20

ACTIVE

BRT
200

250 00
25500
55

ASEL

HDG

VS
20

250 00
25500

ASEL

220 20 M.205 M DH200

24500 29.92

OFF

Distance Measuring Equipment DME 4000 (Rockwell-Collins)


AZ 359 23 33 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS 3 6 G S S

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

BRT
END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX
E

ADF 2

HOOK 8888 X -888.8


FLIGHT ON A R M OFF OFF ON FLIGHT

ENTER

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), pilot, interfaced with FCDS GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS 2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) or MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (2xSMD45/1xSMD68) Back-up altimeter (2") Back-up airspeed indicator (2") Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.5: IFR solution with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Dual Pilot / Single Dual Pilot FMS VHF AM/COM & NAV control unit CCN 955 - (Chelton), pilot Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot Transponder (Mode S) MST 67A (HONEYWELL) Flight-/Navigation Management System CMA-9000 (CMC Electronics) 2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (4xSMD45) or MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Dual (2xSMD45/1xSMD68)
BRT+
X

ENG1 OIL
I D L OFF E

I D L OFFE

FADEC

ENG I
FRESH AIR
NORM

TRAIF N F SEL
ON

FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

FRESH AIR

O F RESET F

O F RESET F

O F RESET F

GEN I
DME 1 HOLD

BAT MSTR
DME 2 HOLD

GEN II
A
HI NR ON

MSG

TERM APR

INTG OBS

H L T

S E N S

WPT

CALL SIGN
GARMIN

USE OF GPS 1 LIMITED TO VFR ONLY


GNS 430

GARMIN

GNS 430

C
PUSH PWR

RNG
C
PWR

C
PUSH

RNG
C

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

COM
VLOC

COM
VLOC

PUSH C/V

PUSH C/V

CDI
GARMIN IDENT
STBY
ON

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC
GTX 330

CDI

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC

OFF

VFR
X

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

DH T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

DH S T D T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

PFD ND
POS

PFD ND
POS

S T D

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

5000 M
NAV1 NAV2 DME1 DME2 MKR ADF NAV1 NAV2 DME1 DME2 MKR ADF

N 1 2 AHRS L R 1

N 2 FCDM 1 N 2 ICP 1

N 2 ADC

BRT+

BRT-

CTR-

CTR+

FRESH AIR

MASTER

CALL SIGN

CALL SIGN

HIGH
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

BRT
200 280 10 260

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

NR
MASTER
CAUTION

HDG

VS
20

250 00
25500
55

ASEL

200

HDG

VS
20

250
240 10 220 20 M.205 M DH200

250

20 00 80

40

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

24500 29.92

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

BRT
AZ 359 23 33 30 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100


ON

3 6

M L S 1

G S

FF1 888 XXX

SELECT

24 21 15

12

ADF 2

HOOK 8888 X
A R ON M

ENTER

-888.8
FLIGHT I D L E OFF

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

FLIGHT I D L E OFF

ON

ENG1 OIL

OFF

FADEC

ENG I
FRESH AIR
NORM O F F RESET

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

BRT

ENG II
NORM O F F O F F RESET

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

FRESH AIR

RESET

GEN I

BAT MSTR

GEN II
HI NR ON

MKR HI

NMS DISCON

NPA

CALL SIGN

FAIL

MSG

POS

OFST

NPA WULFSBERG

COM/NAV

ACT 2

117.300 112.800
ON RAD BRG
TUNE

MODE VOL

PWR

VHF1 MENU PREV NEXT


INIT REF

VHF2

TAC1

RTE FUEL

DEP ARR

LEGS HOLD

PROG FIX

EXEC BRT

TX

1 4 7

2 5 8 0

3 6 9

FREQ

MARK

SP

/
DH

A B C D E H I J K L O P Q R S V W X Y Z

F G M N T U
CLR

ISO
EMER BK-UP

RX ICS

VOX

CALL P

ICS

MIN

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

NAV1

NAV2 ICS

DME1

DME2

MKR

ISO CALL

ADF

I L

BARO

DH S T D T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

5000 M

T S T CRS

EXT

NAV SOURCE

PFD ND
POS

PFD ND
POS

S T D

BRT-

CTR-

CTR+
VHF1 VHF2 TAC1

FRESH

TX

Back-up altimeter (2") Back-up airspeed indicator (2") Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.6: IFR solution with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) and FMS

AIR
ISO
EMER BK-UP
MIN

RX ICS

VOX

ICS

C P I L

CALL

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

NAV1

NAV2 ICS

DME1

DME2

MKR

ISO CALL

ADF

N 1 2 AHRS L R 1

N 2 FCDM 1 N 2 ICP 1

N 2 ADC

MASTER

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OFF

30

OFF

25

7 6 5

2 3 4

20 180 160 140


15

9
40 60 80
10 20 20 OFF 10

100

8 7
P U L L RO C A G E

0 FEE 1 ALT

120 110

ENG N2 0

280 10 260
50 60

10
6

0 0
1013
MB

2
100

ROTOR
R

45

% RPM 90 80 70

250
240 10 220 20 M.205 M DH200

120 100

RESET

OFF1

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83% T4 570C

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2

SCROLL

SCROLL
AZ 359 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

48

480

45

RESET

23 33 30

FF2 888 XXX

3 6

OFF

MM

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT

M L S 1

G S

24

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX

12 21 15

ADF 2

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Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell)

M L S 1

30

24 21 15

12

OFF

25

35

30

35

Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin)

260

250
240 10

00 250 80

20

40

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

7 6 5

2 3 4

20 180 160 140


15

9
40 60 80
10 20 20 OFF 10

100

8 7
P U L L RO C A G E

0 FEE 1 ALT

120 110

ENG N2 0

280 10 260
50 60

10

10
6

0 0
1013
MB

2
100

ROTOR % RPM 90 80 70

250
240 10 220 20 M.205 M DH200

120 100

00 250 80

20

45

20

24500 29.92

OFF

RESET

OFF1

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1
DT

ENG2 -2 -4 -6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

TRQ 65% N1 83%

2 4

TRQ 101% N1 90% T4 650C

OFF2

SCROLL

BRT
SCROLL
AZ 359 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

ON

48

480

45

FF2 888 XXX

T4 570C

RESET

23 33 30

3 6

OFF

MM

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

M L S 1

G S

24

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX

12 21 15

OFF
ADF 2

ALT

BRT

250 00
25500

ASEL

10 20

00 250 80

20

24500 29.92

OFF

BRT

OFF

Technical Data

Single Pilot Flite Line VHF AM/COM & NAV control unit CCN 955 - (Chelton), copilot
HIGH
EMER OFF SW 1

CALL SIGN

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE

NR
MASTER
CAUTION

NAV1 / HOLD INACTIVE

VHF AM/COM & NAV control unit CCN 955 - (Chelton), pilot
45

ACTIVE

BRT
-12 RNV NM HLD FRQ KTS

200 280

HDG

VS
20

NAV
55

HOLD

40

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

SCROLL

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX 48 480 45 FF2 888 XXX
ON

N1 83% T4 570C

-6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

N1 90% T4 650C

SCROLL
AZ 359 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

RESET

OFF

MM

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin) 2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery Back-up CDI KI 204 and DME indicator SD-442B MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Single (2xSMD45) Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Back-up altimeter (2")
T S T CRS

HOOK 8888 X
A R ON M

ENTER

-888.8
FLIGHT

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

FLIGHT

ON

I D L E
OFF OFF

FADEC

ENG I
FRESH AIR
NORM

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

I D L E
OFF

ENG1 OIL

BRT

ENG II
NORM

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

O F F
RESET RESET

O F F
RESET

O F F

FRESH AIR

GEN I
DME 1 HOLD

BAT MSTR
DME 2 HOLD

GEN II
HI NR ON

GARMIN IDENT
STBY
ON

GTX 330

0 WULFSBERG WULFSBERG

OFF

VFR

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

COM/NAV

COM/NAV

ACT 2

117.300 112.800
ON RAD BRG
TUNE

ACT 2

117.300 112.800
ON RAD BRG
TUNE

MODE VOL

MODE VOL

PWR

PWR

DH EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

DH S T D T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

PFD ND
POS

PFD ND
POS

S T D

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

AP

A.TRIM

TEST

OFF

OFF

ON

AC
APP HDG

AC
NAV ALT.A

AC
INACTIVE

AC
GS

ON
VS

ON
IAS

ON
ALT

N 1 2 AHRS L R 1

N 2 FCDM 1 N 2 ICP 1

N 2 ADC

Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.7: Single PIlot IFR solutions with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS)

MASTER

Single Pilot Dual Garmin GNS 430W Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot
55 25
30

HIGH
EMER OFF SW 1 ACTIVE

LOW FUEL 1 BAT TEMP BAT DISCH

ROTOR RPM XMSN OIL P AP A.TRIM

LOW FUEL 2 CARGO SMOKE

NR
EMER OFF SW 2 ACTIVE
MASTER
CAUTION

NAV1 / HOLD INACTIVE

-12 RNV

NM

HLD FRQ KTS

200 280

NAV

HOLD

30

OFF1

SCROLL

END 8h 88min FUEL XX AUX 100 FF1 888 XXX 48 480 45 FF2 888 XXX
ON

N1 83% T4 570C

-6 -8 -10 TOP 4nm30s


LMT

N1 90% T4 650C

SCROLL
AZ 359 12,6 NM 8,0 MN N GS

RESET

OFF

MM

HOOK 8888 X
A R ON M

ENTER

-888.8
FLIGHT

GEM XX -888.8 XMSN OIL ENG2 OIL

FLIGHT

ON

I D L E
OFF OFF

FADEC

ENG I
FRESH
NORM

TRAIN SEL
ON

O F OFF F FADEC

I D L E
OFF

ENG1 OIL

BRT

ENG II
NORM

88.8 888 88 999 88.8 888

+ -

GPS / NAV / COM GNS 430, pilot (GARMIN) interfaced with FCDS 2" stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery Back-up CDI KI 204 and DME indicator SD-442B MEGHAS - Flight Control Display System (FCDS) - Single (2xSMD45) Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Back-up altimeter (2") Clock 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Triple RPM-indicator 2'' Figure 5.8: Single Pilot IFR solutions with Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS)

O F F
RESET RESET

O F F
RESET

O F F

FRESH AIR

AIR

GEN I
DME 1 HOLD

BAT MSTR
DME 2 HOLD

GEN II
A
HI NR ON

MSG

TERM APR

INTG OBS

H L T

S E N S

WPT

USE OF GPS 1 LIMITED TO VFR ONLY


GARMIN
GNS 430

GARMIN

GNS 430

C
PUSH PWR

RNG
C

C
PUSH PWR

RNG
C

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

VOL SQ

D
V

MENU ENT
GPS PUSH CRSR

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

V
VOL PIUSH D

CLR
DEFAULT NAV

COM
VLOC

COM
VLOC

PUSH C/V

PUSH C/V

CDI
GARMIN IDENT
STBY
ON

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC
GTX 330

CDI

OBS

MSG

FPL

PROC

OFF

VFR

ALT
2 3

1200
4

FLIGHT TIME 01:23:20

PUNC
START STOP

CRSR CLR

DH T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

DH S T D T S T CRS EXT
NAV SOURCE

BARO

PFD ND
POS

PFD ND
POS

S T D

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VHF1 TX
EMER BK-UP

VHF2

TAC1

TAC2

FM

UHF

SAT

PA
RX ICS

VOX

ICS

VOX

ICS

MIN

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

MIN

CALL

ISO

NORM

PRESET

PTT

TX

ICS

ISO CALL

CALL

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

NAV1

NAV2

DME1

DME2

MKR

ADF

AP

A.TRIM

TEST

OFF

OFF

ON

AC
APP HDG

AC
NAV ALT.A

AC
INACTIVE

AC
GS

ON
VS

ON
IAS

ON
ALT

N 1 2 AHRS L R 1

N 2 FCDM 1 N 2 ICP 1

N 2 ADC

MASTER

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GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430 (Garmin), copilot, interfaced with FCDS

LANE 4 FAILED -> PRESS OFF2 LEFT


SELECT

+
OAT -888.8 X >8888 XX NE 888 XXX

21

-4

OBS

15

Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell)

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

DT

TRQ 65%

-2

TRQ 101%

OFF2

24

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1

ENG2

FR

35

Transponder (Mode S) GTX330 (Garmin)

40

10 9 8

50

11 12 1

7 6 5

2 3 4

20 180 160 140


15

9
40 60 80
10 20 20 OFF 10

100

8 7
P U L L RO C A G E

0 FEE 1 ALT

120 110

ENG N2 0

TTS

10
6

0 0
1013
MB

2
100

ROTOR 50 60 70 R % RPM 90 80

260

45

120 100

NAV 2
N

250
240 10

33
N A V GS

3 6

220 20 M DH200 M.205

TO

RESET

OAT -888.8 X

>8888 XX NE 888 XXX

21

-4

OBS

15

Digital Audio Control System (NAT), incl. AMU50, ACP53 pilot and copilot

30

OFF1

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

DT

TRQ 65%

-2

TRQ 101%

OFF2

24

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

ENG1

ENG2

FR

25

7 6 5
30

2 3 4

20 180 160 140


15

9
40 60 80
10 20 20 OFF 10

100

8 7
P U L L RO C A G E

0 FEE 1 ALT

120 110

ENG N2 0

TTS

250 00
25500

ASEL

10 260
50 60

10 20

10
6

0 0
1013
MB

2
100

ROTOR % RPM 90 80 70

120 100

NAV 2
N

250
240 10

00 250 80

20

35

33
N A V GS

3 6

220 20 M DH200 M.205

24500 29.92

OFF

TO

RESET

12

BRT

23 33 30

3 6

M L S 1

G S

24 21 15

12

OFF
ADF 2

ALT

CALL SIGN

BRT
HDG VS
20

250 00
25500

ASEL

10 00 250 80 20

10 20

24500 29.92

OFF

12

BRT

23 33 30

3 6

M L S 1

G S

24 21 15

12

OFF
ADF 2

ALT

Technical Data

5.2

Antenna Layouts

5.2.1 Typical VFR Antenna Layout


1 ELT antenna 2 ATC antenna 3 VOR antenna 4 VHF 1 antenna 5 GPS antenna

Figure 5.9: Typical VFR antenna layout

5.2.2 Typical IFR Antenna Layout


Blank
1 ELT antenna 2 VHF 2 antenna 3 VOR antenna 4 VHF 1 antenna 5 GPS antenna 6 ADF antenna (if required) 7 Radar altimeter antenna 8 ATC antenna 9 Marker antenna 10 DME antenna

Figure 5.10: Typical IFR antenna layout

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Technical Data

5.3

General Options - Overview


The following list presents an overview of the available optional equipment presented in the specific favorite configuration. This list is just an extract of the wide range of options which are available for the EC135. For further mission adaptation specific items are also available on request. Please take into account that there may be incompatibilities between various optional equipment items. Any modification and/or complement of the proposed mission configuration must be done with the assistance of a EUROCOPTER Deutschland GmbH sales representative. General equipment
Title Accelerometers for Track and Balance system AC system (50 VA) AC system (350VA) Additional 4 tie-down fittings for airline attachment rails Air conditioning system Anti-corrosion protection Avionics compartment Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 40 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery Battery, type "Saft", ULM, 27 Ah, 24 V instead of standard battery Bleed air heating system: EMS-version Bleed air heating system Center console Complex exterior painting instead of standard painting Copilot flight controls Covers for copilot flight controls Cover kit for helicopter Dampers for avionics compartment Engine compressor wash kit Engine fire extinguishing system Engine outlet heat protection Enhanced exterior painting instead of standard painting First aid kit Flashlight copilot side Fuel management system (Fuel flow meters) Fuzz burners for engines IFR - training screen, detachable parts IFR - training screen, fixed provisions Illuminated chart holder for copilot side Illuminated chart holder for pilot side Inlet Barrier Filter System Internal long range fuel tank system, detachable parts Internal long range fuel tank system, fixed provisions Lashing points (wind speeds up to 100 kts) Lashing points (wind speeds up to 40 kts) Lashing points (ship landing), fixed provisions Lashing points (ship landing), detachable parts Weight [kg] 0.0 1.9 3.2 0.6 55.0 5.5 4.2 16.6 8.2 7.0 6.6 2.2 2.0 7.2 -2.5 GSE 1.8 3.2 3.6 1.2 1.5 1.5 0.2 1.2 1.2 1.6 0.1 0.9 1.0 27.0 36.1 2.6 0.7 2.4 4.2 0.6 Weight [lb] 0.0 4.2 7.1 1.2 121.3 12.1 9.3 36.6 18.1 15.4 14.6 4.9 4.1 15.9 -5.5 GSE 4.0 7.1 7.9 2.6 3.1 3.1 0.4 2.6 2.6 3.5 0.2 2.0 2.2 59.5 79.6 5.7 1.5 5.3 9.3 1.3

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Technical Data

Title Lockable sliding window in copilots door Lockable sliding window in pilots door Map case in copilot door Map cases on instrument panel glare shield Multifunction handle on the main gear box cowling (LH and RH) Multifunction step LH (instead of std. boarding step) Multifunction step RH (instead of std. boarding step) Main rotor blade folding: basic kit Main rotor blade folding: fixed provisions for ground handling kit Main rotor blade folding: ground handling kit Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), fixed provisions Optical tracker (Chadwick Helmuth), detachable parts Ram air deflectors cockpit doors Ram air deflectors sliding doors Rotor brake system Sand filter system, detachable parts Sand filter system, fixed provisions Self sealing fuel supply tanks 7" copilot instrument panel with glare shield Slant panel Sliding windows in sliding doors Starter/generator (2 x 200 A, 28V DC) instead of standard generator Tinted front windshields Tinted window for cockpit doors Tinted sun shades for cockpit windshield roof section Tinted windows for passenger cabin, incl. sliding windows for sliding doors Ventilation enhancement for cockpit Ventilation extruder without copilot I-panel extension Windshield wiper system Window in clam-shell door, RH Window in clam-shell door, LH Wire strike protection system, fixed provisions Wire strike protection system, detachable parts

Weight [kg] 0.1 0.1 0.5 0.6 0.6 4.9 4.9 1.3 0.8 GSE 0.1 0.7 0.6 0.4 3.6 26.2 11.3 4.5 2.7 0.8 1.9 3.6 0.0 0.0 1.9 0.6 2.8 0.3 5.0 0.8 0.8 3.3 8.2

Weight [lb] 0.2 0.2 1.1 1.3 1.2 10.8 10.8 2.9 1.8 GSE 0.2 1.5 1.3 0.9 7.9 57.8 24.9 9.9 6.0 1.8 4.2 7.9 0.0 0.0 4.2 1.3 6.2 0.7 11.0 1.8 1.8 7.3 18.1

Mission equipment
Title Automatic Deployable ELT Boarding step illumination Cargo hook mirrors RH, detachable parts Cargo hook mirrors RH, fixed provisions Cargo hook system, detachable parts Cargo hook system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, fixed provisions Cargo hook weighing system, detachable parts Dual cargo hook system, detachable parts Weight [kg] 9.6 0.2 3.9 0.8 16.5 3.7 0.2 1.5 21.5 Weight [lb] 21.2 0.4 8.6 1.8 36.4 8.2 0.4 3.3 47.4

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Technical Data

Title Dual cargo hook system, fixed provisions ELT C406-N HM (Artex) incl. NAV opt. Emergency floats, detachable parts Emergency floats, fixed provisions Emergency hammer Emergency lights External hoist 50m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist 90m, detachable parts (incl. 1 week winch operator training) External hoist LH, fixed provisions External hoist RH, fixed provisions External loudspeaker system with siren External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions LH External rope-down device for 2 persons, fixed provisions RH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts LH External rope-down device for 2 persons, detachable parts RH Fire extinguishing bucket attachment (Bambi Bucket), fixed provisions 4 additional landing lights HEEL System (Helicopter Emergency Egress Lighting) Illuminated signs "NO SMOKING/FASTEN SEAT BELT" Landing & search light, 450 W Medium height landing gear (instead of standard landing gear) Reinforced rear landing gear cross tube 2
nd

Weight [kg] 4.3 3.3 64.6 7.8 0.2 2.9 59.2 62.7 8.6 8.6 11.2 4.1 3.9 13.1 13.1 0.8 8.5 5.4 0.8 3.1 4.6 1.0 2.8 1.9 7.9 4.2 1.3 0.4 10.1 23.0 0.4 21.9 0.9 1.4

Weight [lb] 9.5 7.3 142.4 17.2 0.4 6.4 130.5 138.2 19.0 19.0 24.7 9.0 8.6 28.9 28.9 1.8 18.7 11.9 1.8 6.8 10.1 2.2 6.2 4.2 17.4 9.3 2.9 0.9 22.3 50.7 0.9 48.3 2.0 3.1

portable fire extinguisher

Settling protectors, fixed provisions Settling protectors, detachable parts Search light SX16 basic, fixed provisions Search light SX16 control center console Search light SX16 control collective pilot Search light SX16, detachable parts, without vendor parts Search light SX16 vendor parts Search light SX16 control collective copilot Snow skids, detachable parts Snow skids, fixed provisions Strobe lights, white

Interior layout
Title Abrasion protection at sliding door Covers for sliding door fairing LH/RH Covers for copilot flight controls Herms Curtains for cabin windows (grey) Disaster Management Kit - Aerolite (AEL) Disaster Management Kit - Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) Door catch system for cockpit doors Door catch system for sliding doors Weight [kg] 0.2 0.1 -2.5 1.6 101.2 110.9 0.1 0.2 Weight [lb] 0.4 0.2 -5.5 3.5 223.1 244.5 0.2 0.4

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Technical Data

Title 5 Corporate/VIP Configuration Enhanced sound proofing kit EMS Kit - Aerolite (AEL) EMS Kit - Air Ambulance Technology (AAT) EMS main switch in overhead console for Aerolite installation Extended opening fasteners for clam-shell doors 4 Seat Executive VIP Configuration Height adjustable pilot seat instead of standard pilot seat Height adjustable copilot seat instead of standard copilot seat Herms VIP Package Jettisonable cockpit doors Map case in sliding doors LH/RH One-hand latching system for clam-shell doors Retractable coat hooks (2ea) in rear cabin Separation curtain for cockpit / cabin Separation wall for cabin / cargo compartment Sealed cabin floor Securing device for complete opening of cockpit doors Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, max. position, LH Sliding door fastener, intermediate and max. position, RH Sliding door fastener, max. position, RH Spoiler position for cockpit doors Stretcher "Rescue" foldable for Helicopter Floor, LH/RH - AAT Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH/RH, fix provisions - AEL Stretcher "Cirrus 1000" foldable, LH/RH, detachable parts - AEL Special painted interior 2 rear passenger seats, facing forwards 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards 3 forward passenger seats, facing backwards with 4 point safety harness Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, fixed provisions Utility seats for 3 rear passengers, model Eurocopter, detachable parts Variable tie-down net Washable floor covering for cockpit Washable floor covering for cockpit, cabin and cargo compartment

Weight [kg] 107.2 4.8 216.2 212.7 0.2 0.3 132.1 1.8 1.8 270.1 1.2 1.4 1.0 0.1 2.1 4.4 0.3 0.8 1.0 0.4 1.0 0.4 1.1 18.7 1.0 14.5 0.1 22.2 37.4 38.1 1.2 33.2 3.3 3.9 11.5

Weight [lb] 236.3 10.6 476.6 468.9 0.4 0.7 291.2 4.0 4.0 595.5 2.6 3.1 2.2 0.2 4.6 9.7 0.7 1.8 2.2 0.9 2.2 0.9 2.4 41.2 2.2 32.0 0.2 48.9 82.5 84.0 2.6 73.2 7.3 8.6 25.4

Avionics
Title ADF control unit CDF-552 (Chelton / Wulfsberg) ADF receiver DF-431B (Chelton / Wulfsberg) AHRS Free steering mode Cabin loudspeaker CDI KI 206 No.1 (Honeywell) Cockpit Voice & Flight Data Recorder and Usage Monitoring System, ground station not included Color weather radar RDR 2000 (Honeywell) Page 126 of 168 Weight [kg] 1.2 9.6 0.5 1.7 1.3 16.9 6.6 Weight [lb] 2.6 21.2 1.1 3.7 2.9 37.3 14.6

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Title Copilot pitot static system CVFDR read out kit Digital Audio Control System ACP53 (NAT), PAX Digital Automatic Flight Control System - DAFCS Digital moving map EURONAV IV+ - RN6 (EuroAvionics), interfaced with FCDS Distance Measuring Equipment DME indicator KDI 572 (Honeywell) Distance measuring equipment DME KN 63 (Honeywell) Fixed provisions for ANR Fixed provisions for GSM phone (antenna, 28V DC, interfacing to ICS) Fixed provisions for tactical radio (antenna, power supply, ICS interface) GPS/NAV/COM GNS 430W (Garmin), copilot, for conventional cockpit HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), fixed provisions HF communication system HF9000 (Rockwell Collins), detachable parts Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable crew GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/U92 Headset Adapter cable pax GLENAIR/LEMO ANR Headset AHX32-02 ANR U/174 with battery pack (Bose), low impedance Headset AHX34-04 ANR LEMO 28 VDC (Bose), low impedance Headset H 10-76 (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 (David Clark), high impedance Headset H 10-76 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark), low impedance Headset H 10-56 ANR/ENC with battery pack (David Clark) high impedance IRIDIUM satellite communication and tracking system Flightdeck (SkyConnect) IRIDIUM satellite phone AEROPHONE (Aerodata) incl. cockpit dial panel Marker beacon receiver/lights KR 21 (Honeywell) M'ARMS Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder (CVFDR), ground station not included

Weight [kg] 1.5 GSE 2.0 27.0 5.6 0.8 2.0 0.5 0.5 3.0 8.3 7.3 20.5 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.1 0.3 0.3 0.6 0.6 0.8 0.8 7.7 4.7 0.9 15.7 17.0 GSE 3.5 1.2 2.0 4.8 16.7 0.2 6.6 9.5 7.6 5.0 2.2 0.6 0.0

Weight [lb] 3.3 GSE 4.4 59.5 12.3 1.8 4.4 1.1 1.1 6.6 18.3 16.1 45.2 0.2 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.7 0.7 1.3 1.3 1.8 1.8 17.0 10.4 2.0 34.6 37.5 GSE 7.7 2.6 4.4 10.6 36.8 0.4 14.6 20.9 16.7 11.0 4.9 1.3 0.0

MEGHAS sensor kit MFDAU tool kit Radar altimeter KRA 405 B (Honeywell) Radar altimeter indicator KNI 416 (Honeywell) Radar radome for RDR 2000 Radar radome for RDR 1600 Search and rescue weather radar RDR 1600 (Telephonics) TAS 620 (Avidyne) interface with GNS430 2 stand-by horizon AI 804 DC (Goodrich) with emergency battery Traffic Advisory System TAS 620 (Avidyne) VFR SAS (VFR pitch/roll Stability Augmentation System) Video Radar Unit (VRU) VIP SATCOM private mode VIP SATCOM wired handset, rear window niche RH Voice alert generation for DACS (NAT)

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5.4

Police

Whatever action the law enforcement mission requires, the EC135 offers the perfect solution. With its compact size and shrouded tail rotor, the EC135 can land in confined areas. Its wide, unobstructed cabin offers increased visibility for observation operations. Mission flexibility, low noise, reduced maintenance, operational costs and higher availability are among the many reasons why so many police operators have already chosen the EC135 for their daily operations. The efficiency multiplier Eurocopter has developed a wide range of equipment for the EC135 to meet the requirements of police forces around the world. The cabin is night vision goggle (NVG) compatible, and can be configured with a state-of-the-art avionics glass cockpit. In addition, the wide, unobstructed cabin, with its flat floor and multipurpose rails, allows operators to quickly and easily change configurations / mission equipment.

In accordance with the requirements of many police forces around the world, a wide range of equipment has been developed to ensure flexibility and support missions like: Observation and command Airborne surveillance Pursuit Border patrol Police escort Rapid transportation of special equipment and units.
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5.4.1 Aircraft Parameter


Flight rules: Instrumentation: Cat-A: Surveillance
Pilots 1 or 2

IFR Glass Cockpit (MEGHAS) Yes

Operator 1

Intervention
Pilots 1 or 2

Pax 5 (or 6)

5.4.2 Typical Components of a Police Configuration


HD EOS camera system Available features: HD Camera with zoom lens Easy to operate Stabilized turret IR-Sensor Hand controller Geo Package with embedded GPS-Purge Kit for maintenance Moving map interface Laser range finder EOS Operator console Available features: Quick and easy installation and removal Integrated solution for controlling EOS system, search light SX16 as well as downlink system Different monitor sizes available for displaying EOS or moving map images
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Ergonomic design adjustable to individual needs Low weight Digital downlink system Available features: Large bandwidth Different frequency ranges 2 audio channels Integrated encryption High data rate Search light SX16 Available features: IR Filter (IFCO) Search light slaving to EOS camera External loudspeaker system Available features: Sound pressure of 126dB at a distance of 8m and 90dB at a distance of 200m Signal generator for two different siren sounds Rope-down device Available features: External installation Rope-down possibility for tow persons from each side of the aircraft Designed for fast roping and rappelling Fixed provisions of external hoist can be used RIA for improved clearance to the landing gear Digital moving map system1 Available features: Full color maps Current position is constantly updated Selection between north-up or track-up mode Presentation of flight plan Interface to FMS to exchange flight plans Compatible maps2: Scanned maps of any make or scale Satellite maps Arial photo maps

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Maritime maps for offshore All maps meet the WGS-84 GPS Terrain elevation data Weather and search radar Available features: Color radar system with vertical profile Ranges: 10, 20, 30, 80, 160 and 240 nm System provides radar stabilization input for combined pitch, roll and tilt angles of up 30 Horizontal scanning angle 90/100 Tactical radios Fixed provisions for customer preferred radios

5.5

NVG Certification
Besides military night reconnaissance, tactical night vision and special forces operations, the use of Night Vision Goggles (NVG) greatly increases the operational capabilities and safety of the mission, in both civil applications from border control patrol surveillance to HEMS. By enabling night vision, NVGs have the potential to improve the safety of visual flight at night. NVGs provide pilots with a significant increase in the quality of visual information compared with unaided night vision. They allow the pilot to visualize the horizon, objects, terrain and weather more easily. Furthermore, they assist the pilot to maintain spatial orientation, to avoid hazards such as inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) entry and to visually navigate. The EC135 offers as an option full NVG compatible cockpit and cabin layouts as well as exterior lighting, to support NVG operations. The EC135 NVG capability has been certified with Night Vision Goggles. On customers request, EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH will develop and certify other configurations and support also Night Vision Goggle systems from other manufacturers. Please note that classic night flight capability remains unrestricted.

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Figure 5.11: Typical cockpit layout

5.6

Additional Available Equipment


This chapter illustrates some optional highlights which are available on request. The EC135 is the reference helicopter with its wide range of available options. This document shows a synopsis of the whole capability of this aircraft. If any mission equipment cannot be found in the technical data please do not hesitate to contact EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH to receive further information. Equipment on request: High landing gear High visibility painting for rotor blades NVG friendly equipment IR Flasher HF System Direction Finder EGPWS System Digital audio intercom system DVCS6100 from Becker Avionics

5.7

Equipment Required to Comply with JAR-OPS 3


Basically EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH is able to deliver an equipment package which is derived from JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5. As the national operating rules may differ from the JAR-OPS 3 Amendment 5, the operator shall contact himself his national authority to assure that the planned equipment configuration is acceptable for the intended kind of operation.

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Main Performance
The following performance values and figures refer to an EC135, equipped with average production engines. Unless otherwise specified, the values and figures refer to a clean helicopter at Sea Level (SL), in International Standard Atmosphere (ISA) and zero wind condition. Performance on 2 engines (AEO) Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 Gross weight Maximum speed (VNE) Maximum cruising speed (VH) Fuel consumption at fast cruise speed Economical cruising speed Fuel consumption at economical cruising speed Fuel consumption at 65 KIAS Rate of climb, TOP, SL, ISA Hover ceiling IGE (4 ft AGL), TOP, no wind or headwind, ISA Hover ceiling IGE (4 ft AGL), TOP, no wind or headwind, ISA + 20C Hover ceiling OGE, TOP, ISA Hover ceiling OGE, TOP, ISA +20C Service ceiling, MCP, (climb reserve 200 ft/min), ISA Maximum range (without fuel reserve at economical cruise speed) standard fuel tank configuration (560 kg) long range fuel tank configuration (730 kg) km nm km nm 645 348 850 459 640 345 840 454 635 342 835 451 kg lb km/h kts km/h kts kg/h lb/h km/h kts kg/h lb/h kg/h lb/h m/s ft/min m ft m ft m ft m ft m ft 2,720 6,000 278 150 257 139 234.5 517 226 122 200.5 442 158.5 349.5 8.9 1,750 4,140 13,600 3,095 10,150 3,430 11,050 2,210 7,250 5,155 16,900 2,835 6,250 259 140 256 138 234.5 517 228 123 204.5 451 162 357 8.1 1,600 3,655a 12,000a 2,695 8,850 2,685 8,800 1,785 5,580 3,655a 12,000a 2,910 6,415 259 140 254 137 234.5 517 230 124 208.5 460 164.5 363 7.6 1,500 3,045b 10,000b 2,435 8,000 2,010 6,600 1,480 4,850 3,045b 10,000b

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Gross weight Maximum endurance (without fuel reserve at 65 KIAS standard fuel tank configuration (560 kg) long range fuel tank configuration (730 kg)
a.12,000 ft pressure altitude certification limit b.10,000 ft pressure altitude certification limit

kg lb

2,720 6,000

2,835 6,250

2,910 6,415

h:min h:min

3:43 4:55

3:38 4:49

3:35 4:45

Performance on 1 engine (OEI) Pratt & Whitney PW206B2 Gross weight Service ceiling with 100 ft/min climb reserve, MCP OEI-power, ISA Service ceiling with 100 ft/min climb reserve, MCP OEI-power, ISA + 20C Rate of climb, MCP OEI-power, SL Max. temperatur for CAT A, take-off from clear heliport at SL Max. gross weight hover IGE (4ft AGL), SL, ISA, no wind, 2 min OEI power Max. gross weight hover IGE (4ft AGL), SL, ISA +20C, no wind, 2 min OEI power Max. gross weight hover OGE, SL, ISA, no wind, 30 sec OEI power Max. gross weight hover OGE, SL ISA +20C, no wind, 30 sec OEI power Max. gross weight CAT A, VTOL, SL, ISA Max. gross weight CAT A, VTOL, SL, ISA +20C kg lb m ft m ft m/s ft/min C kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb 2,720 6,000 3,275 10,750 2,375 7,800 1.9 375 +50 2,925 6,250 2,925 9,600 1,965 6,450 1.4 275 +46 2,870 6,325 2,675 5,885 2,665 5,875 2,585 5,687 2,910 6,415 2,845 6,270 2,910 6,415 2,715 8,900 1,710 5,600 1.1 215 +43

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Performance on 2 engines (AEO) Turbomeca Arrius 2B2 Gross weight Maximum speed (VNE) Maximum cruising speed (VH) Fuel consumption at fast cruise speed Economical cruising speed Fuel consumption at economical cruising speed Fuel consumption at 65 KIAS Rate of climb, TOP, SL, ISA Hover ceiling IGE (4 ft AGL), TOP, no wind or headwind, ISA Hover ceiling IGE (4 ft AGL), TOP, no wind or headwind, ISA + 20C Hover ceiling OGE, TOP, ISA Hover ceiling OGE, TOP, ISA +20C Service ceiling, MCP, (climb reserve 200 ft/min), ISA Maximum range (without fuel reserve at economical cruise speed) standard fuel tank configuration (560 kg) long range fuel tank configuration (730 kg) Maximum endurance (without fuel reserve at 65 KIAS standard fuel tank configuration (560 kg) long range fuel tank configuration (730 kg)
a.12,000 ft pressure altitude certification limit b.10,000 ft pressure altitude certification limit

kg lb km/h kts km/h kts kg/h lb/h km/h kts kg/h lb/h kg/h lb/h m/s ft/min m ft m ft m ft m ft m ft

2,720 6,000 278 150 257 139 234.5 517 237 128 215 474 167.5 369 8.9 1,750 4,325 14,200 3,080 10,100 3,430 11,250 2,175 7,150 5,155 16,900

2,835 6,250 259 140 256 138 234.5 517 239 129 219 483 170.5 376 8.1 1,600 3,655a 12,000a 2,670 8,750 2,685 8,800 1,740 5,700 3,655a 12,000a

2,910 6,415 259 140 254 137 234.5 517 240 130 221 487 173 381 7.6 1,500 3,045b 10,000b 2,395 7,850 2,010 6,600 1,450 4,750 3,045b 10,000b

km nm km nm

630 340 825 446

625 337 820 443

620 334 815 440

h:min h:min

3:29 4:36

3:26 4:32

3:23 4:28

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Performance on 1 engine (OEI) Turbomeca Arrius 2B2 Gross Weight Service ceiling with 100 ft/min climb reserve, MCP OEI-power, ISA Service ceiling with 100 ft/min climb reserve, MCP OEI-power, ISA + 20C Rate of climb, MCP OEI-power, SL Max. temperatur for CAT A, take-off from clear heliport at SL Max. gross weight hover IGE (4ft AGL), SL, ISA, no wind, 2 min OEI power Max. gross weight hover IGE (4ft AGL), SL, ISA +20C, no wind, 2 min OEI power Max. gross weight hover OGE, SL, ISA, no wind, 30 sec OEI power Max. gross weight hover OGE, SL ISA +20C, no wind, 30 sec OEI power Max. gross weight CAT A, VTOL, SL, ISA Max. gross weight CAT A, VTOL, SL, ISA +20C Operating limitations (valid for both versions, EC135 P2i and EC135 T2i) The helicopter can be operated within the following altitude and temperature limitations (according to the Flight Manual): Gross Weight Maximum operating altitude Maximum operating altitude for hover in ground effect, takeoff and landing Minimum temperature Maximum temperature ISA +39C (max. +50C / +122F) 2,720 kg 6,000 lb 6,095 m PA 20,000 ft PA 4,570 m DA 15,000ft DA 2,835 kg 6,250 lb 3,655 m PA 12,000 ft PA 3,655 m PA 12,000 ft PA 2,910 kg 6,415 lb 3,045 m PA 10,000 ft PA 3,045 m PA 10,000 ft PA -35C (-31F) kg lb m ft m ft m/s ft/min C kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb kg lb 2,720 6,000 3,520 11,550 2,500 8,200 1.9 375 +50 2,835 6,250 3,185 10,450 2,070 6,800 1.4 275 +47 2,870 6,325 2,690 5,930 2,665 5,875 2,615 5,765 2,910 6,415 2,860 6,305 2,910 6,415 2,955 9,700 1,795 5,900 1.1 215 +43.5

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Hover in Ground Effect (HIGE, TOP, no wind) with two PW206B2 engines

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Hover in Ground Effect (HIGE, TOP, no wind) with two ARRIUS 2B2 engines

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, TOP) with two PW206B2 engines

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, TOP) with two ARRIUS 2B2 engines

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, 30 sec OEI power) with one PW206B2 engine

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, 2.0 min OEI power) with one PW206B2 engine

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, 30 sec OEI power) with one ARRIUS 2B2 eninge

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Hover Out of Ground Effect (HOGE, 2.0 min OEI power) with one ARRIUS 2B2 engine

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Maximum cruising speed with two PW206B2 engines

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Maximum cruising speed with two ARRIUS 2B2 engines

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Maximum rate of climb, TOP with two PW206B2 engines

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Maximum rate of climb, TOP with two ARRIUS 2B2 engines

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Payload / Range with two PW206B2 engines

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Payload / Range with two ARRIUS 2B2 engines

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7 7.1

Support information Assets


Proven reliability and availability based on experience Eurocopters' helicopter production programs have developed a strong reputation worldwide for being fully committed to providing customers with operational, capable aircraft that achieve high availability combined with cost-effective support systems. To achieve this record of performance, Eurocopter has stressed the importance of working together with its customers to ensure constant feedback on their demonstrated in-service Reliability, Availability and Maintainability/Testability (RAM) data. The main objective is to reach the most optimized operational cost ensuring the highest flight safety. Eurocopter has built and delivered EC135 / EC635 family helicopters since 1996. More than 850 helicopters are in service worldwide. The total flight hours accumulated at the end of the year 2009 are more than 1,600,000Fh.

7.2

Inspection Program
Airframe inspection program The Maintenance Program specifies the intervals between maintenance operations that are recommended by Eurocopter, irrespective of whether they are mandatory or not. The program can: either be used as is, or be adapted by each operator to suit his own specific organization, provided he complies with the maximum intervals. For the performance of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, Eurocopter has classified the maintenance tasks by the following three maintenance levels: Organizational level (O) This level comprises tasks such as the daily servicing, pre-flight checks, visual inspections for condition, replacement of modular components and simple repairs. This work can be performed by trained helicopter mechanics with standard tools only (no special tools necessary). Intermediate level (I) This level comprises tasks such as smaller repairs ON/OFF helicopter, periodical inspections and replacement of modular components as well as modifications. This work can be performed by trained and experienced mechanics and may require the usage of special tools and/or test equipment. Depot level (D) This level comprises tasks such as repairs OFF helicopter, overhaul of major components and heavy airframe repair. This work can be performed by OEM, authorized Repair Centers or Eurocopter and requires the usage of special overhaul and repair tools, as well as test benches (if required) according to repair manuals or instructions. The maintenance tasks defined as O- and I-Level are described in the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) and can be conducted by operator's mechanics after successful completion of the relevant training courses. The following table provides an overview of all Scheduled Airframe Inspections. Scheduled inspections with shorter time intervals are fully incorporated into those with longer time intervals, this means, that for example the Periodical Inspection contains the 12-month inspection.

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Scheduled airframe inspection Pre-flight check 12-month inspection (max. exceedance by 3 months) Intermediate inspection every 400 hours (max. exceedance by 40 hours) Periodical inspection every 800 hours or 3 years (max. exceedance by 80 hours or 3 months)

Maintenance level O - Level O - Level O - Level I - Level

Estimated mean man hours 0.5 hours 25 hours 45 hours 79 hours

Supplementary inspections according to ope- I - Level rating time (max. exceedance by 10%) Conditional inspections after specific operati- I - Level onal incidents (max. exceedance 10%)
Table 7.1: Inspections

Depending on required inspection Depending on incident

All "Estimated Man Hours" mentioned above refer to scheduled inspections in accordance with the Master Servicing Manual (MSM) for the baseline aircraft without optional equipment. The announced Man Hours are without rectification, ground run and test flight, work preparation and documentation work as well as servicing. Continuous maintenance program: Alternatively to the inspections at 400h/800h, the customer can apply a continuous maintenance program. The CMP gives the operator the maximum flexibility to perform specified work packages within a given timeframe. Depending on operational circumstances the CMP can increase and optimize aircraft availability Scheduled engine maintenance for PW206B2 Periodic Inspections 12 months 800 Hours
Table 7.2: Pratt & Whitney

Maintenance Level O - Level O - Level

Estimated Mean Man Hour 1 hour 6 hours

Scheduled engine maintenance for ARRIUS 2B2

Periodic Inspections 400 Hours 800 Hours


Table 7.3: Turbomeca a.Equivalent Turbomeca Level 1

Maintenance Level O - Level O - Level


a a

Estimated Mean Man Hour 1,5 hour 4,0 hours

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7.3

Main Components
Time between Overhaul (TBO) / Service Life Limit (SLL) Main components Fuel system: Motor pump cartridge Hydraulic Power System : Hydraulic Pump Valve block/reservoir Starter / Generator 200 A Portable fire extinguisher Main rotor blade damper Main rotor actuator: Longitudinal actuator Lateral actuator Collective actuator Swash plate: Rings (control ring and bearing ring) Mixing Lever Gear unit: bolt Mixing Lever Gear unit: hinged support Mixing Lever Gear unit: forked lever Main Transmission Main Transmission: pinion and pinion shaft Tail Rotor Transmission Tail Rotor Gearbox: input gear wheel Tail rotor actuator Engine
Table 7.4: Main components

TBO as per MSM Rev. 8 5,000 Fh 7,500 Fh

SLL as per MSM Rev. 8

2,000 Fh 10 years TSN 10 years TSO 8,000 Fh or 8 years 7,500 Fh

8,300 Fh 8,700 Fh 8,700 Fh 9,000 Fh 4,000 Fh 8,000 Fh 3,000 Fh 8,000 Fh 7,500 Fh 3,500 Fh

Note: List includes only components under 10,000 Fh. The figures can be changed Time Between Overhauls (TBO): The component in question must be removed at each interval that corresponds to the value indicated, in order to undergo the operations in a specialized workshop that will enable it to be put back into service for the next interval. A TBO is granted with a 3% operational margin. All subcomponents may have a Service Life limit, rated above the TBO limit. Service Life Limited (SLL): The service life limit is an airworthiness limit. The affected component must be removed from service when it reaches the limit indicated.

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7.4

Eurocopter Maintenance Support Programs


EUROCOPTER offers its clients a comprehensive array of repair and overhaul services to ensure availability and cost control. This array of services ranges from standard OEM repair and overhaul services up to comprehensive Parts By the Hour (PBH) maintenance programs. The different services are tailored for different user profiles and demands, such as customers: with a high number of flight hours, with a low number of flight hours, looking for immediate component availability, who wish budget control, ... To respond to the different customers' demands EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH offers the following flexible and modular services: Standard Support Standard exchange1 Repair with guaranteed Turn Around Times (TAT)1 Guaranteed Direct Maintenance Costs (DMC)1 Unscheduled Maintenance Insurance Plan1 Parts by the Hour service1 Note: Specific mission equipment might be excluded from above services On request, EUROCOPTER DEUTSCHLAND GMBH is able to propose extensive services adapted to specific mission and customer expectations, as stock and maintenance management.

7.4.1 Standard Support


Standard support sustains aircraft operations by providing a comprehensive Initial Provisioning package. It includes Spare Parts, Tools, Test Equipment, etc... The requested level of operational availability determines provisioning part quantities and therefore the required investment. With this support package the customer bears the responsibility to monitor repairs; manage obsolescence and procure the right mix and quantity of components and spare parts. An AOG service is available for orders of spare parts which are essential to bring helicopter back a into service or to enable it to perform its mission. The order placed by the customer shall cover an actual failure (and not a scheduled maintenance shortage) and may consist of up to 3 items per grounded aircraft listed in the Illustrated Parts Catalogs (IPC), except main assemblies, raw materials, ingredients and hazardous material. In the case of direct part availability, the parts will be immediately delivered under CIP conditions to the nearest international airport with delivery times dependent on the region (normally 48 h to 72 h).

7.4.2 Standard Exchange


The Standard Exchange consists of replacing a defective part with a serviceable and interchangeable part. The Standard Exchange part will be ready for delivery to the customer within 48 hours subject to availability. This service is available for equipment, blades and dynamic components.

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7.4.3 Repair with Guaranteed TAT


EUROCOPTER offers for some components a repair with commitment on guaranteed TAT. When this lead time is exceeded for the repair, EUROCOPTER provides the customer with a standard part exchange delivery at the same price as agreed for the repair.

7.4.4 Guaranteed DMC (Repair by the Hour)


Guaranteed DMC offers guaranteed repair and overhaul TATs as well as guaranteed prices. This additional service to standard repair and overhaul enables the customer to best size its inventory. The price for this service is calculated per flight hour, thus enabling the customer to spread and predict his scheduled as unscheduled maintenance expenses. The guaranteed DMC service is available for dynamic components, blades and basic equipment.

7.4.5 Unscheduled Maintenance Insurance Plan (UMIP)


With the UMIP, EUROCOPTER gives the customer the option to secure unscheduled maintenance costs while remaining responsible for the scheduled events (overhaul, life limited part replacement). The price for this service is calculated per flight hour. The UMIP service includes component unscheduled repairs and guaranteed parts replacement within 24h through Standard Exchange based on a dedicated inventory. This service is available for dynamic components, blades and basic equipment.

7.4.6 Parts by the Hour (PBH)


The Parts by the Hour (PBH) service is a comprehensive program that offers and balances at the same time guaranteed maintenance costs and reduced inventory. This service is intended for Customers looking for total cost control and high level of aircraft readiness. Price for this service is calculated per flight hour. The PBH service includes component unscheduled repairs, component overhauls as well as Life Limited part replacement. Parts replacement is guaranteed within 24h through Standard Exchange based on a dedicated inventory. This service is available for dynamic components, blades and equipment.

7.5

Engine Maintenance Program

7.5.1 Pratt & Whitney


With over 6,000 P&WC engines on a "pay-by-the-hour" concept, the industry has demonstrated its confidence on the advantages of the following services: Eagle Service Plan Fleet Management Plan e Business Customer Portal 7.5.1.1 Eagle Service Plan ESP is an optional engine maintenance budget plan for the operator of selected P&WC engine models, where P&WC becomes responsible for expenses resulting from: Scheduled hot section inspection/refurbishment Scheduled engine overhaul/refurbishment Basic unscheduled engine maintenance Basic unscheduled LRU/accessory maintenance
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Required product support improvements at engine shop visit. ESP virtually eliminates the risk of high cost surprises and engine maintenance expenses become much more predictable. Other advantages include transferability on resale to subsequent operators and renewability at the end of the contract term. ESP is applicable to operators with <five or less> helicopters. ESP now offers several plans to suit individual operator's requirements. Among them, the Gold Plan offers the most comprehensive coverage, and includes: All required engine parts for the aforementioned engine events, including Life Limited Parts (disks, rotors, impellers, etc.) Engine shop labor Rental engine at ESP rates Troubleshooting labor allowance Removal and installation labour allowance for engines and line replaceable units/accessories Freight for engine and engine parts 7.5.1.2 Fleet Management Plan The FMPTM was initiated to focus on maintenance cost management for fleets in excess of five aircraft. Term Cost Plan (TCPTM ) The TCP is our customized "pay-by-the-hour" support plan that includes support services selected by the operator from a comprehensive menu: Engine overhaul / major engine refurbishment Hot Section Inspection (HSI) Basic Unscheduled Removals (BUR) Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) component replacement Spare engines Accessory BUR coverage Under the TCPTM , the operator pays a guaranteed hourly fee ($/EFH) on a monthly basis tailored to his requirements. The TCPTM rate is based on: Operating environment Mission profile Maintenance program, such as Time Between Overhaul (TBO) and HSI intervals Engine model Number of engines/spares Times and cycles accumulated on engines Selected support services Maintenance and logistic activities covered by the agreed scope Length of plan 7.5.1.3 PW206B2 Mean Time between Overhaul (MTBO) The PW206B2 engine can be overhauled as two (2) individual modules: Perform overhaul of the turbomachinery module every 3500 hours. Perform overhaul of the reduction gearbox module every 3500 hours. Individual recommendations to extend the TBO to 4000 hours can be provided to operators who submit a successful engine for TBO extension sampling. The full procedure is provided in the applicable engine maintenance manual.
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No Hot Section Inspection (HSI) is scheduled and, if necessary, component replacement will be on an on-condition basis. The maintenance plan for the PW206B2 engine incorporates the following features: The minimization of scheduled maintenance in accordance with MSG-III style analysis. Helicopter Engine Condition and Trend Monitoring (HECTM) used to determine the economical threshold to perform refurbishment. Repair development will continue during service of the PW200 engine with the objective of expanding on repair schemes currently contained in both the Maintenance Manual and Overhaul Manual. This will keep engine maintenance costs, aircraft downtime, spare engine inventories and total operating costs to a minimum. Accessories Time Between Overhaul Engine accessories are monitored, as defined by the Illustrated Parts Catalog, with a removal threshold that is based on the operator's experience, with the following exception: TBO recommendation for the Fuel Management Module (FMM) is engine TBO plus 500 hours. Periodic Inspection - Tolerances Unless otherwise stated, the tolerance for periodic or scheduled inspections are as follows: Hourly Interval tolerance: Ten percent (10%), or up to a maximum of 100 hours operating time, whichever is less. Calendar Interval tolerance: Ten percent (10%), or up to a maximum of 30 days calendar time, whichever is less. NOTE:The tolerance is established for maintenance scheduling convenience only and must be approved by the governing civil aviation authority. Subsequent intervals will be adjusted to re-establish the original schedule. When an inspection is done more than 10% early, subsequent inspections will be advanced as required so as to not exceed the maximum tolerance. Concurrence and final approval of the inspection interval tolerance by the governing civil aviation authority is the responsibility of the owner/operator. 7.5.1.4 Service Life Limited (SLL) Components Three components on the PW206B2 are cycle limited: Impeller: Compressor Turbine Disk: Power Turbine Disk:
Table 7.5: Service life limitied components

15,000 cycles 10,000 cycles 15,000 cycles

The compressor turbine disk is commercially supported to 15.000 cycles.

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ficient and timely fashion. Help Line: A multi-skilled team is at your disposal 24/7 to answer questions and quickly implement effective solutions for all your emergency situations. Warranty: 3 years / 2500 h whichever comes first. Tailored Support By the Hour "SBH" contracts: Packages are customized and charged monthly according to the number of hours you fly, with no minimums. From basic engine support to fully comprehensive care, SBH offers flexibility and ease of use for the coverage you need, when you need it (Overhaul for engines/modules/accessories, Life Limited Parts, standard exchange or rental system, modular or complete engine maintenance, FOD, ASH, on-site technical assistance, etc.) Turbomeca Internet Web Site - TOOLS: fully interactive web site developed and programmed specifically for your support needs. Evironment: Clean burning with no visible smoke or exhaust soot; the Arrius smoke number is one of the lowest in the industry. 7.5.2.1 Time Between Major Overhauls The initial TBO value of the ARRIUS 2B2 applicable to the engine / modules / accessories are : Complete engine Module 01 (accessory & reduction gearbox) Module 02 (Gas generator) Fuel Control Unit 7.5.2.2 Life Limited Parts (LLP) Certain components of the engine, failure of which is classified as a Hazardous effect according to Engine Regulation, have service Life Limits expressed in cycles (reference flight cycle). They are known as critical Life Limited Parts (LLP). The limited service life to which this term refers is the number of cycles that a critical life limited part can run before having to be withdrawn from service. Cycles are calculated automatically by the Engine Electronic Control Unit. Average experienced rate is about 0,5 cycles / flight hour. The Life Limited Parts on the ARRIUS 2B2 are : Centrifugal impeller 20,000 cycles HP turbine disc 13,000 cycles Power turbine disc 14,000 cycles 4,000 hours 4,000 hours 4,000 hours 3,500 hours or 10 years1

7.6

Training
With more than 50 years of experience, the Eurocopter training centers provide the most comprehensive, coherent and highest standard helicopter training in the world for pilots and technicians, whether civilian or military. Qualification training allows operators to comply with regulatory requirements, service training, more mission oriented and tailored to the customers' operational needs. All training courses are established according to the relevant civil aviation authorities' requirements. The centers are approved by the relevant airworthiness authorities (EASA, FAA, DGAC, LBA, CAA). We are certified ISO 9001: V2000 and regularly audited by independent enterprises such as Vritas, AFAQ
1.First occurs

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Training Means
EUROCOPTER has set up a network of 14 training centers. They provide a wide range of courses and services, from basic training up to preparation for the most sophisticated civil and military missions. As part of the full range of services on offer, Eurocopter also plays an active role in helicopter pilot development through its Ab Initio programs. Centers are equipped with multimedia classrooms. This includes computers, overhead projectors and state-of-the-art means such as Computer Based Training (CBT), Computer Aided Instruction (CAI), and Avionics Trainer (AVT). Some centers also have self-learning laboratories. Since early 2009, training can be performed on EUROCOPTER owned simulators, FTD (Flight Training Device), of highest level according to EASA and JAA standards - based in Europe and North America.

CTB The term "Computer Based Training" covers a large variety of training means and methods. It is sometimes used as collective term including all teaching and learning schemes using a preset learning environment on the computer with which the trainee interacts.

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The range covered by the term "Computer Based Training" can be classified by the degree of interactivity. Limited possibilities for interaction are offered by "Presentation Systems" (e.g. multimedia encyclopaedias, world maps etc.). Interactions are limited to the navigation (control interaction) within the multimedia content. A medium degree of interaction is offered by "Tutorial Systems". In these systems the control interaction is combined with didactical interaction. A complex degree of interaction is reached with "Simulation Systems", which reproduce a model of reality and permits less risk trials. In the context of Computer Based Training (CBT) for the EC135, the term "CBT" is to be understood as "Tutorial System". All learning content is displayed on the screen. The trainee can navigate through the content by using control elements in the footer of the screen. The provided information is edited with respect to the used medium, i.e. using multimedia technologies. Spoken text explains the learning content and guides the trainee during reception of the shown graphics and animations. The combination of different code systems (graphics, spoken text, written text etc.), received through different channels of perception increases the effectiveness of learning.

Figure 7.2: Example of the Tutorial System

CBT focuses on the trainee; the requirements and possibilities of the trainee are to be considered. Although an implementation of CBT in a classroom environment is possible, CBT studies are individual studies. The CBT enables the trainee to proceed at his own pace and to repeat or skip learning content due to his own requirements. Independent learning of fixed schedules or specified rooms is made possible by the use of portable computers. CAI The CAI (Computer Aided Instruction) product family was designed by Eurocopter as a powerful training system for the operators of Eurocopter helicopters. The training system is intended to be used by pilots and technicians of the helicopter types EC135, EC635 and EC145.
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AVT The EC135 Avionics Trainer fills the gap between CBT/CAI training tools and a FTD. Several touch screens are arranged in the same way as the cockpit panels in the real helicopter. Commercial off the shelf (COTS) hardware is used, in order to offer a cost efficient training device. All avionic components will be controlled via touch screens. Accurate EC135 flight mechanics and the original manufacture software (same as in the helicopter) will ensure a high quality simulation. FTD Following a competitive evaluation of the leading flight simulation suppliers, Eurocopter teamed up with two of the most capable partners to provide not just one trainer more, but the best system of its class, with CAE of Germany and Indra Spain. The EC135 FTD uses State-of-the-art technology, backed by top quality, provided by industry leaders and the aircrafts original manufacturer. The extensive use of commodity hardware and software guarantees a cost efficient solution for today's demanding training environment. At the same time, the simple and highly reliable system, with an unbeatable record of low maintenance effort will be provided in the latest available aircraft configurations with guaranteed through-life upgrades. Realistic and the closest to reality behavior of the EC135 FTD are the essential basis for operational flight safety guaranteed by the best in class training standards. Training credits can be achieved on the FTD as demonstrated in the Eurocopter FTD operated in Eurocopter's Donauwrth facilities. Nevertheless, the granting of training credits is solely governed by local airworthiness authorities. Training means overview Computer Based Training (CBT) Pilot & mechanics self training Access via internet server Including testing module Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) Teaching material incl. smart board Avionics/Electrics Flight Control Hydraulics Avionics Trainer Avionics Workload Trainer Overhead Panel Sight System with 37 monitor and COTS data base Flight Simulators 2 Flight Simulation Devices at EC in Germany and the US OEM High fidelity & EC135 specific Flight Simulation package

Table 7.6: Training Means Overview

Training means support in the different, intermediate training levels between classroom training to actually training on the helicopter. Individual training means it can be purchased by the customer for continuous training on his own premises. The approach is recommended for large fleets for which the customer wishes to establish his own training sites and programs (e.g. military customers).

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7.8

Technical Support
EUROCOPTER provides our customers with general technical support in order to optimize the operational use of their helicopters. The support includes: Worldwide telephone hotline service (24h / 7 days) Technical improvement, recommendations for use Incident/accident investigations (reporting) Fleet management Technical assistance on-site Advice on trouble shooting/technical questions The availability of on-site technical support is depending on the risk level of the country. Dedicated support for countries with high risk levels within the limits of national and international laws can be organized, but will require respective lead times and preparation.

7.9

Technical Publications
EUROCOPTER provides all the technical publications necessary for safely operating and maintaining its aircrafts cost effectively. The printed version of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), the System Description Section (SDS) and the Wiring Diagram Manual (WDM) are tailored to the configuration of your helicopter(s). EUROCOPTER technical publications are available on an interactive electronic medium or in hard copies. The INDOC CD-ROM includes the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM), System Description Section (SDS), Master Servicing Manual (MSM), Illustrated Parts Catalogue (IPC), the Wiring Diagram Manual (WDM), the Corrosion and Erosion Control Guide (CECG) and the Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The CD-ROM is available in English, French or German; it includes the latest information and is updated regularly. The component maintenance manual (CMM) is available on CD-ROM or hard copy, depending on the Vendor. Aircrew publications such as Flight Manual (FM), Master Minimum Equipment List (MMEL) and Pilot Check List (PCL) are provided as hard copies and on CD (for information only).

7.10 T.I.P.I (Technical Information Publication on Internet)


7.10.1 Description
T.I.P.I. website is entirely dedicated to provide a real-time issuing service for the following publications: (Alert) Service Bulletin, (Safety) Information Notice, Technical Information Letter (Eurocopter), Service Letter (vendor) List of Applicable Publications (LOAP) MSM updates INDOC CD/DVD-ROM updates

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7.10.2 Main Features


Each time one of the above listed publications is issued, the customer is automatically informed by an e-mail. A small summary, already included in the e-mail, helps the customer to quickly understand the subject. Small icons allow the customer to immediately identify the type of information received. The download of the publication in PDF format is possible after logging on the T.I.P.I. website. A keyword search tool is provided (aircraft family, type of publication, date of edition...). Address: www.eurocopter.com/techpub The publications are available in English, French or German, depending on the relevance of the issue.

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List of Abbreviations

Abbreviation AAT ACP ADC ADF AE AEL AEO AFCS AGL AHRS AM AMM AMU ANR AOG ARIS CAA CAD CAI CBT CMM CMP COM CPDS CVFDR DA DACS DAFCS dB DC DGAC DMC DME DTU EASA ECMM EGPWS 135.10.101.01 E

Meaning Air Ambulance Technology Audio Control Panel Air Data Computer Automatic Direction Finder American Eurocopter Aerolite All Engines Operating Automatic Flight Control System Above Ground Level Attitude Heading Reference System Amplitude Modulation Aircraft Maintenance Manual Audio Management Unit Active Noice Reduction Aircraft On Ground Anti-Resonance Isolation System Civil Aviation Authority Cautions and Advisory Display Computer Aided Instruction Computer Based Training Component Maintenance Manual Continuous Maintenance Program Communication Central Panel Display System Cockpit Voice and Flight Data Recorder Density Altitude Digital Audio Communication System Digital Automatic Flight Control System Decibel Direct Current Direction Gnrale de lAviation Civile Direct Maintenance Costs Distance Measuring Equipment Data Transfer Unit European Aviation Safety Agency Electronic Component Maintenance Manuals Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System Page 165 of 168

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Abbreviation ELT EMS EOS FAA FCDS FLI FLIR FMS FWD GPS GS GSM HEEL HEMS HIGE HOGE HP IBF IC ICAO ICP ICS IFCO IFR ILS IMC IPC ISA ITAR JAR KIAS LBA LCD LH LLP LOAP MCP MM MMEL MSM

Meaning Emergency Locator Transmitter Emergency Medical Service Electro Optical System Federal Aviation Administration Flight Control Display System First Limit Indicator Forward Looking InfraRed Flight Management System Forward Global Positioning System Ground Speed Global Systems Mobile Helicopter Emergency Egress Lighting Helicopter Emergency Medical Service Hover In Ground Effect Hover Out of Ground Effect High Pressure Inlet Barrier Filter Intercommunication International Civil Aviation Organisation Instrument Control Panel Intercommunication System In-Flight Change Over Instrument Flight Rules Instrument Landing System Instrument Metereological Conditions Illustrated Parts Catalog International Standard Atmosphere International Traffic in Arms Regulations Joint Airworthiness Requirement Knots Indicated Airspeed Luftfahrt Bundesamt Liquid Crystal Display Left Hand Life Limited Part List Of Applicable Publications Maximum Continuous Power Mast Moment Master Minimum Equipment List Master Servicing Manual

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Abbreviation MTOW NAT NAV ND NMS NVG OAT OEI OEM OGE PA PAX PBH PFD PW R/D RAM RCU RDR RH RIA RPM SAS SB SBH SDS SL SLL STC TAS TAT TBO TCCA TOP TOT TQ UMIP UMS VARTOMS VBR

Meaning Maximum Take-Off Weight Northern Airborne Technology Navigation Navigation Display Navigation Management System Night Vision Goggles Outside Air Temperature One Engine Inoperative Original Equipment Manufacturer Operational Ground Equipment Pressure Altitude Passenger Parts By the Hour Primary Flight Display Pratt & Whitney Rate of Descent Random Access Memory Reconfiguration Unit Radar Right Hand Retractable Interface Adapter Revolutions Per Minute Stability Augmentation System Service Bulletin Support By the Hour System Description Section Sea Level Service Life Limit Supplemental Type Certificate Traffic Advisory System Turn Around Time Time Between Overhaul Transport Canada Civil Aviation Take-Off Power Turbine Outlet Temperature Torque Unscheduled Maintenance Insurance Plan Usage Monitoring System Variable Rotor speed and Torque Matching System Best Range Speed

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Abbreviation VDC VEMD VFR VH VHF VIP VNE VOR VRU VTOL VY W WAAS WDM

Meaning Volt Direct Current Vehicle and Engine Multifunction Display Visual Flight Rules Maximum Horizontal Speed Very High Frequency Very Important Person Never-Exceed Speed VHF Omnidirectional Radio Range Video Radar Unit Vertical Take-Off and Landing Best Rate of Climb Speed Watt Wide Area Augmentation System Wiring Diagram Manual

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