2017 Daher-Socata TBM 930

Airframe:

Metal structure and skin paneling

Carbon fiber engine cowling and winglets

Anti-corrosion protection treatment

Retractable gear with electrohydraulic actuation

Hydraulic disc brakes

Pressurized 6 seats cabin (6.2 psi) and baggage compartment

Sound proofing and thermal insulation

Pilot Access Door

Large access door with retractable stairway

Emergency exit

Front storage compartment (not pressurized)with lockable access door

Easy maintenance access doors

  • Wing Tie-down attachments

 

Jacking points

Gaseous oxygen system for 6 seats and quick downing masks for pilot & copilot

 

Engine:

PT6 A66D Pratt & Whitney Canada turboprop engine developing 1825 SHP thermodynamic, flat rated at 850 SHP propeller with overspeed limiter, full feathering and reverse

Oil cooler

Anti-icing air inlet with inertial separator without operational limitation

Dual polished exhaust system aerodynamically optimized

Service access doors in cowlings

Dual engine Chip detector displayed on GDU 1500

 

Propeller:

Full composite electrically de-iced five bladed HARTZELL constant speed

Polished aluminum spinner cone

 

Controls:

Dual flight controls, control wheel with 7 integrated functions, leather covered. (Electric pitch, rudder trim, Transp, Change freq COM1, on pilot control wheel)

Elevator, rudder and aileron electric trim

Electrical pre-select flaps with integrated asymmetry detection system

 

Central console including:

Single lever power control with low bleed idle inhibition, electric flap control, fuel selector, manual pitch trim, ailerons electric trim

Manual override control

Adjustable rudder pedals

Landing gear handle

Dual toe brakes – Parking brake

Landing gear emergency extension handle

Automatic environment and pressurization control system with max diff mode

Alternate static source control

Alternate ram air source control

 

Fuel Equipment:

One structural fuel tank per wing

Engine driven fuel pump

Standby electrical fuel pump and low pressure switch/ indication

Fuel tank selector with automatic fuel tank sequencer unit

Capacitive fuel gauges with low fuel level warning system

 

Ice protection:

Pneumatically deiced wing and tail unit

Heated engine air intake lip

Pilot controlled engine inertial separator

Electrically heated propeller blades

Electrically heated pitot tubes

Electrically deiced stall warning sensor

Pilot & Co-pilot electrically heated windshields – Ice detector light

 

Instruments & Standard avionics:

1 GMA 1347C Dual digital audio controller with integrated marker beacon receiver, intercom and public address capability

2 GDU 1200W 12” Primary Flight Displays

1 GDU 1200W 12” Multi-Function Display with engine, pressurization, electrical, fuel, flaps and trims indication, Crew Alerting

System (CAS), aircraft synoptics and navigation mapping system

2 GIA 63W Nav/Com/ILS/WAAS GPS

2 GEA 71 Engine and airframe interface unit

2 GRS 77 Attitude and Heading Reference System (AHRS)

2 GMU 44 triaxial magnetometer

2 GDC 74B digital air-data computers w/ dual probe system

1 GTX345 Mode S Extended Squitter Transponder

2 GTC580 Tactile Controllers located on reclined section of panel

1 GMC 710 autopilot mode controller located in upper central panel

4 GSA 81 torque flight servos (yaw, pitch, pitch trim and roll)

1 GTA 82 adapter for yaw auto trim device

1 MD302 Back up Attitude, Airspeed, Altitude digital display

AOA – Angle of Attack Sensor, Computer and displays on PFD’s

ESP – Electronic Stability Protection with AOA connection for Underspeed Protection

Stick Shaker

Voice Alert System

Airframe de-icing control panel

Inertial separator control

Parking brake control

Landing gear control panel

Electric generation controls and monitoring on overhead panel

Crew Alerting System displayed on GDU with dedicated master caution & warning alerts

Flight Data Recorder

Flight Stream 210

Cabin temperature control (dual zone, with override capability)

Heated stall warning system

Digital chronometer displayed on GDU 1040s

Digital Hour Meter

Instrument panel lighting, CB dedicated switch lightning

2 Bose Headsets

 

Premium Edition Fittings including:

6 leather seats with adjustable backrests, folding armrests and intermediate seats with forward or backward accommodation with multiple installation configuration

Fully adjustable (3-axis) pilot and co-pilot seats and adjustable rudder pedals

Cabin accommodation capable of 4 seats layout includes 2 nets for luggage load

Leather upper cabin side panels, leather covered lower cabin side panels, wool carpeting

Individual fresh-air vents and reading lights

Pilot and co-pilot sun visors

Ship-powered headset jacks behind each seat (Bose Lemo plugs)

Baggage compartment with straps and baggage net

Halon cabin extinguisher

Parking protection kit – Windshield cover

Environment system w/ engine driven air-conditioning system (VCS)

 

Enhanced Operational Package:

RVSM data package

GTX 345 Extended Squitter Mode S Transponder (#2)

GRA 55 Radar Altimeter displayed on PFD’s

TAWS-B, class B TAWS worldwide database

GTS 820 Traffic Advisory System (TAS) displayed on MFD and PFD inset map

KN 63 DME displayed on PFD’s

Electric pitch and rudder trims on co-pilot control wheel

Co-pilot side map light and approach plate holder

WX 500 Stormscope displayable on all screens

GWX70 digital four color weather radar – 10” antenna

Gold or Brushed stainless trimming of individual fresh-air vents and reading light rings

 

Additional Features:

GDL 69 A datalink XM/WX weather information and XM audio infotainment (US Coverage Only)

Chart view option for GDUs

One lower storage cabinet (left)

Synthetic Vision Technology displayed PFD’s

GSR56 datalink with satphone through headsets and WX weather information (worldwide coverage – subscription required)

Deluxe wood or carbon trim interior package on central upper panel, table and face of cabinets – Polished Side Seat Beam

 

Warranty/Maintenance:

2017 TBM 930 CARE PROGRAM : up to the Aircraft fifth (5th) Annual Inspection or up to 1,000 flight hours total time, whichever comes first, and assigned to the original first retail customer. CAMP computerized maintenance follow-up

Avionics System Warranty extension to 5 years*

System Warranty extension to 5 years or 1,000 hours*

See warranty documentation for specific details of coverage

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