Joe, yesterday I checked the price
on a Cessna rheostat that is required to comply with an AD
for 14v Cessna aircraft. Cessnaís price for the dimmer was
$2060.00! I hope a lot of people replace their Cessna radio
lighting and panel lighting dimming with your system. It
will save weight, space, eliminate the fire/shorting risk.
Iíll replace my 28v dimmers with your system.
Thank you for making a good product for
the small aircraft market.
Sincerely, Willy Zeiger, Alaska
|Joe - we just put the maxdim to the test
on the bench... Very nice!
I just completed an installation of 2 systems in a Cessna
210 and I am sending 2 up to a shop in Fairbanks to check out.
Northern Light Avionics, Anchorage
|Joe, You might be interested
to know that your dimmers were delivered on 2 head-of-state
S-92 aircraft today. Each of these had 7 units. There will
be 4 more VIP S-92ís delivered with your dimmers and 1
retrofitted with them this year.
Systems Integration Engineer
Keystone Helicopter Corporation
The Pulser is in and it was a
very easy installation! I've attached a
short video of how it looks; I'm happy.
Thanks again Joe, your follow up was great.
Ken Yardy, Canada
Having just installed the Max Dim
Dimmer I like the small size and large load
capability. The smoothness of operation is like no
other. It's easy to install and connect. The STC is
a plus too. I'm glad I found it before installing
one of the bigger bulkier units available on the
Lake Stevens, WA
I had the MaxPulse installed on November
6th. There was no convenient place in the (very busy) panel
to mount it. So we had to make a small bracket to mount it
below the panel next to the bracket for the hand microphone
jack. I have now put 17 hours on the unit and it is working
fine. I love it. The MaxDim, can be a replacement for
the Mooney panel light dimmers. I had to repair one of
those once - actually twice when the first repair did not
last. If I ever have to do that again, I will replace the
original with the MaxDim.
Terre Haute, Indiana