Installation Instructions for Beech Duke Kit RBB-300-2 Doc: 9051-0116-003

Installation Instructions for Beech Duke Kit RBB-300-2 Doc: 9051-0116-003
Installation Instructions for Beech Duke
Kit RBB-300-2
This is a FAA STC installation and requires an Aircraft Maintenance log entry upon completion.
Doc: 9051-0116-003
(P/N R1160001)
Rev
Date
Approved
C
1/17/08
GH
Please read these short instructions COMPLETELY before starting.
Installation Hardware (included):
Qty:
(1) 5/32 Allen Key for #10-32 Cap Screw
(1) 9/64 Allen Key
(6) MS24693C54B #8-32 x 1 FHP Screw
Installing your Rosen Sunvisor System is easily performed and should take
approximately ½ to 1 hour.
•
The Rosen NSA Sunvisor for the Beech Duke replaces the original
equipment, so the first step is to remove those units from the aircraft with a #2
Philips screwdriver.
•
Using the machine screws provided, install the new Rosen NSA Visor on the
pilot’s side first. The new visor will use the same mounting points as the old
unit. Orientate the mounting plate to find the most vertical position for the
swivel. When installed the pivot post should be nearly vertical with respect to
the aircraft.
NOTE: Holding the visor so that it covers the front windscreen in front of the pilot, the red thumb
tensioning knob should be towards the windscreen.
•
After installing the pilot’s side, note that the top of the visor should be fairly level. If it is not, the
screws on the low side can be snugged to help achieve a level condition. (This should work in 99% of
all cases, but if necessary washers can be fitted underneath the attachment).
•
Repeat the same procedure for the co-pilot’s side.
•
Every movement of the Rosen NSA System is tensionable
and is based on the clevis or slide principle and Hex Keys
are provided for that purpose. Adjust tension to your
preference now. All motions should be smooth, but not
loose.
•
To stow, the unit can be rotated straight to the overhead
while in front, or moved to the side of the aircraft and
rotated overhead. While in the forward position the NSA
visor stows nicely overhead.
•
Place the FAA STC and AML (if appropriate) in the Aircraft
Maintenance Log and make an installation entry.
86365 College View Road
Eugene, Oregon USA 97405
www.rosenvisor.com
541.747.0034
Page 1 of 2
Continued Airworthiness Instructions:
•
(On the ground only)
o Periodically clean the lenses with a soft
cloth, mild soap and water or an approved
aviation grade windscreen cleaner. Do not
use abrasives on the lens.
o Periodically adjust the pivot tensions on the
visor assemblies.
•
Updates to this continued airworthiness section
are available on the Rosen Website.
(www.rosenvisor.com)
The most up to date version of this document is
available on the Rosen Website
(www.rosenvisor.com).
We recommend that you periodically look to make sure you are using the most current version.
Airworthiness Limitations:
The Airworthiness Limitations Section is FAA approved and specifies maintenance required under
§§43.16 and 91.403 of the Federal Aviation Regulations unless an alternative program has been FAA
approved.
There are no airworthiness limitations associated with this installation.
86365 College View Road
Eugene, Oregon USA 97405
www.rosenvisor.com
541.747.0034
Page 2 of 2
Installation Instructions for Beech Duke with 3rd Axis
Kit RBB-300-2A
(P/N R1160002)
Doc: 9051-0116-005
This is a FAA STC installation and requires an Aircraft Maintenance log entry upon completion.
Rev
Date
Approved
C
1/17/08
GH
Please read these short instructions COMPLETELY before starting.
Installation Hardware (included):
Qty:
(1) 5/32 Allen Key for #10-32 Cap Screw
(1) 9/64 Allen Key
(6) MS24693C54B #8-32 x 1 FHP Screw
Installing your Rosen Sunvisor System is easily performed and should take approximately ½ to 1 hour.
•
The Rosen NSA Sunvisor for the Beech Duke replaces the original
equipment, so the first step is to remove those units from the aircraft with
a #2 Philips screwdriver.
•
Using the machine screws provided, install the new Rosen NSA Visor on
the pilot’s side first. The new visor will use the same mounting points as
the old unit. Orientate the mounting plate to find the most vertical position
for the swivel. When installed the pivot post should be nearly vertical
with respect to the aircraft.
NOTE: Holding the visor so that it covers the front windscreen in front of the
pilot, the red thumb tensioning knob should be towards the windscreen.
•
After installing the pilot’s side, note that the top of the
visor should be fairly level when the pivot point is
straight. If it is not, the screws on the low side can be
snugged to help achieve a level condition. (This should
work in 99% of all cases, but if necessary washers can
be fitted underneath the attachment).
•
Repeat the same procedure for the co-pilot’s side.
•
Every movement of the Rosen NSA System is
tensionable and is based on the clevis or slide principle
and Hex Keys are provided for that purpose. Adjust
tension to your preference now. All motions should be
smooth, but not loose.
•
To stow, the unit can be rotated straight to the
overhead while in front, or moved to the side of the
aircraft and rotated overhead. While in the forward
position the NSA visor stows nicely overhead.
•
Place the FAA STC and AML (if appropriate) in the
Aircraft Maintenance Log and make an installation
entry.
86365 College View Road
Eugene, Oregon USA 97405
www.rosenvisor.com
541.747.0034
Page 1 of 2
Continued Airworthiness Instructions:
•
(On the ground only)
o Periodically clean the lenses with a soft cloth, mild soap
and water or an approved aviation grade windscreen
cleaner. Do not use abrasives on the lens.
o Periodically adjust the pivot tensions on the visor
assemblies.
•
Updates to this continued airworthiness section are available
on the Rosen Website. (www.rosenvisor.com)
The most up to date version of this document is available on the
Rosen Website (www.rosenvisor.com).
We recommend that you periodically look to make sure you are
using the most current version.
Airworthiness Limitations:
The Airworthiness Limitations Section is FAA approved and specifies maintenance required under
§§43.16 and 91.403 of the Federal Aviation Regulations unless an alternative program has been FAA
approved.
There are no airworthiness limitations associated with this installation.
86365 College View Road
Eugene, Oregon USA 97405
www.rosenvisor.com
541.747.0034
Page 2 of 2
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