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Howell Instruments Debuts New Line of Indicators

Oct 22 2013, 6:00am CDT | by PR.com

Fort Worth, TX, October 22, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Howell Instruments, Inc. unveils its new line of H9900 Series Indicators this week at the NBAA conference in Las Vegas. Answering an industry demand for a heightened focus on efficiency, the new line of “plug and play” indicators require minimal installation costs while maintaining the same high degree of quality and accuracy.

The H9900 Series Indicators feature an innovative modular design, enabling multiple applications with a few application-specific dial face and software configuration changes. Hardware consistency throughout different indicators creates an entirely new functionality with nominal redesign and recertification, maximizing adaptability, flexibility and expandability. The production process becomes more economical while maintaining the same high degree of accuracy and quality.

Spearheaded by Bill Milton, Commercial Business Develop Manager, the H9900 Series can be customized to virtually any application. Bill comments, “This really goes to the heart of who we are as a company, filling a specific aviation need with a quality product and unparalleled follow through. An essential feature of this new indicator line is the digital bus that allows for system expansion. We’re looking at the indicators as a gateway to a modular system that will offer real solutions for aviation challenges. The industry people we’ve talked to are certainly excited about the indicators, and the capacity for system expansion promises real potential for our company and our customers.”

Howell Instruments, Inc. is a privately-owned aerospace engineering company headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. With over six decades of aviation and engineering experience, Howell designs and produces leading-edge aviation solutions and products for military and commercial customers across the globe including: cockpit engine instrumentation, gas-turbine testing equipment, advanced airborne engine monitoring systems, and test cell data acquisition systems. For more information, visit www.howellinst.com

Contact Information:
Howell Instruments, Inc.
Frances Whitehead
817-336-7411
Contact via Email
www.howellinst.com

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