FAA Helicopter Air Ambulance Qualified

FAA Helicopter Air Ambulance (HAA) Qualified

The APRU 6L Meets CFR Title 14 Chapter I Subchapter G Part 135 Subpart L “Helicopter Air Ambulance (HAA) Equipment Requirements” **, in accordance with the current edition of RTCA/DO 160, section 21.5, Category M Radiated Emissions, Section 8. Robust Vibration Test Category U2 and Section 7. Operational Shocks and Crash Safety Category A, Copies of test reports are available to FAA Certification Holders to meet Part 135 requirements.

**As ruled by the FAA in AC No: 135-14B,”Helicopter Air Ambulance Operations”, section 5-3.d. (Medical Portable Electronic Devices MPED), and section 5-5(1) ( Equipment Installation) and AC 91-21.1 “Use of Portable Electronic Devices Aboard Aircraft”  section 10.3.2 ( Bluetooth).

NOTE:  Regarding the APRU BB-2590/U Lithium Ion Battery

From 49 CFR 175.1(d). 

The requirements of this subchapter do not apply to transportation of hazardous material in support of dedicated air ambulance, firefighting, or search and rescue operations performed in compliance with the operator requirements under federal air regulations, title 14 of the CFR.

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