Goodrich provides EDECU for H-60, AH-64 helicopters

  • 14-Oct-2009 01:44 EDT

Goodrich Corp. will equip GE T700 engines powering Sikorsky H-60 Black Hawk, Jayhawk, and Seahawk helicopters for the U.S. Army, Coast Guard, and Navy, as well as Boeing AH-64 Apache helicopters for the U.S. Army, with its new enhanced digital electronic control unit (EDECU). The EDECUs will be produced by Goodrich’s Engine Control Systems–North America business in West Hartford, CT. In all, nearly 1000 firm and option EDECUs are on order for delivery through 2011. The EDECU includes built-in test and fault recording algorithms to aid in engine health and performance assessments.

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