AEVA

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8 chemin de L'étang
Fléac 16730
france

About AEVA

  • AEVA is a leader for turbine ignition system, solid state ignition and a major provider of Embedded electronics, braking control units, cockpit panel indicators, NGT indicators, EGT indicators, Speed sensors,\tVariable reluctance speed sensor, pressure sensors & thermal sensors, Engine instruments display systems.
    AEVA provides solutions from design to production and MCO of the systems.
Competitors of AEVA
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  • Servicing a wide range of aircraft instruments, avionics and accessories on aircraft from general aviation, regional, to large commercial fleets. Specializing in altimeters, course indicators, flight directors, gyroscopes, and tachometers to name a few.

Products by AEVA

  • Cockpit Indicator

    Low consumption electronics in safety critical applications • Adaptive solutions based on low consumption and high reliability • Torque/Temperature (T45, OAT) • Speed (NR, NF, NG, delta NG) • Pressure (oil, etc) • Needles : simple, double, triple • 7 segments display : simple, double • Lighting... Read more
  • Speed Sensor

    Speed, pressure & thermal sensors A range of key sensor technologies • Speed sensors • Pressure transmitters • Thermal switches • Thermocouples • Turbines and helicopters applications Read more
  • Ignition System

    Reliable and customized ignition systems for flight safety • Single or Dual channel ignition systems • Design combining primary and re-heat ignition • Patented solid state solutions • Long life solutions • Simple but reliable electronics (high temperatures and vibrations) More than 50,000 units... Read more