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The TBM 940 Turboprop Aircraft. Daher's $4.3 million, six-seat, single-engine TBM 940 turboprop made its debut last year.
The latest iteration of the popular TBM series has a top cruise speed of 330 knots and is the first turboprop weighing less than 12,500 pounds to offer a standard, factory-installed integrated autothrottle and automatic deicing.
Both features significantly reduce pilot workload and stress, as does the aircraft’s single-lever power control. As most TBMs are operated single pilot at altitudes up to 31,000 feet, those factors can be significant.
Outside air and engine temperatures, altitude, and barometric pressure all impact engine performance. Without autothrottle, the pilot must manually adjust for these changing conditions by adding or retarding fuel flow to maintain a constant airspeed and proper engine temperatures.
The adjustments are time-consuming and reduce fuel efficiency. If made incorrectly, they can damage the engine.
The Garmin autothrottle allows the 940’s Pratt & Whitney PT6A-66D engine (850 shp) to be operated safely and efficiently.
It uses software to analyze many aircraft and atmospheric variables and automatically control engine power to produce a selected and safe airspeed.
The Autothrottle integrated system automates the engine power control and monitoring.
In addition to an innovative single lever control decreasing the workload for the pilot as it allows new Auto Pilot modes especially in speed control.
The autothrottle improves performance, safety and protects the engine.
The TBM 940 is the first turboprop equipped in the world with full auto-pilot integration.
The automatic de-icing system displays a message to alert the crew when ice is detected and activates if the pilot does not take appropriate action. The system provides airframe, propeller, and windshield deicing and triggers the inertial particle separator to prevent engine icing.
You're never alone with the TBM e-copilot functions. They ease your workload with AOA (Angle of attack) indicator, ESP/USP (Enhanced Safety Protection/Under Speed Protection) systems, EDM (Emergency Descent Mode) on your autopilot.
A smart stick shaker warns you in the event you fly outside the flight envelope.
The autothrottle is linked to the autopilot and participate to pilot’s workload reduction.
Daher’s e-copilot technology, available on the earlier TBM 930 and the current-production 910, uses guardrails built into the Garmin autopilot to maintain flight within the aircraft’s design envelope, using pitch and bank-angle inputs to protect against excessive bank angles, speed departures, and hypoxia incapacitation; when cabin altitude exceeds 11,500 feet, the emergency descent mode automatically activates.
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