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Thu, Jul 20, 2006

Xerion Avionix Says AuRACLE EMS Cert Imminent

Comes One Year After AirVenture 2005 Intro

It was nearly one year ago that Xerion Avionix introduced its AuRACLE primary engine management system at AirVenture 2005... and with this year's AirVenture nearly ready to get underway, Xerion proudly told Aero-News this week that FAA certification for primary engine instrument replacement is imminent. 

In fact, Xerion expects to begin delivering certified AuRACLE I and AuRACLE II systems over the next sixty days... and the company reports it has plenty of orders to build.

"We are on the verge of achieving FAA certification," said Xerion Avionix President and Chief Scientist, Wayne Carl. "We look forward to beginning to deliver certified systems to fulfill our ever-growing order list."

Xerion has also been engaged in a parallel STC effort for installations in the Bonanza fleet.

"The length of time to complete the STC process for this revolutionary system has been challenging, but has been going well" continued Carl. "Whether you choose the AuRACLE I featuring its direct-integration capabilities with an existing engine analyzer harness and probes or the AuRACLE II, which brings commercial aviation redundancy and a networked architecture to the GA fleet; Xerion believes that the AuRACLE engine management systems are on the forefront of reshaping and significantly improving the way pilots can manage their engines."

Both the AuRACLE I & II systems feature a 5-inch direct sunlight readable Liquid Crystal Display, and have been rigorously tested by experienced pilots through extensive flight testing.

The AuRACLE engine management system solution should be available to twin-engine owners by year end.

There has also been an addition to the Xerion Avionix corporate structure, with the addition of Ronald A. Furman as CEO and CFO.

Furman was the founder, Chairman, and CEO of a public software company which pioneered in the development and worldwide marketing of document database management and software products and services, specializing in the pharmaceutical, complex litigation, and Federal intelligence agency markets.

Of course, Xerion Avionix will have a booth at this year's AirVenture, too... inside Hangar B, Booth #2138.

FMI: www.xerionavionix.com

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