Our chargers may be installed into EASA non-complex motor-powered aircraft and any ELA2 aircraft under CS-STAN issue 4 section CS-SC102b.
To achieve EASA compliance, the following MOD from JP Avionics must be followed by a suitably rated EASA engineer and an EASA form 123 completed. A sample EASA 123 form is also available below. JP Avionics performed extensive testing to enable our chargers to be installed into EASA aircraft.
JP Avionics - MOD 133 (click to view/download in .PDF format)
Sample EASA 123 form (click to view/download in .PDF format)
In addition to the current v2 generation devices, the procedure may be applied retrospectively to any v1 Charge2 from serial number B00500 or v1 Charge4 from unit serial number C00450, enabling previously purchased supplies to be permanently installed in an EASA aircraft. Please get in touch with us with purchase details to obtain a Certificate of Compliance for your unit.
If you require the EASA Paperwork and Certificate of Compliance, please select the option when ordering. For retrospective orders, please drop us an e-mail with your original purchase details.
JP Avionics is an Avionics and maintenance company in The Netherlands that extensively tested our supplies for installation into various aircraft.