Eclipse Jet Service

The Eclipse Data Storage Unit

Eclipse Aerospace Inc. (EAI) was the first to build a data recorder based troubleshooting solution into the avionics of a light jet, introducing the Diagnostic Storage Unit (DSU) in 2007. This technology allows Eclipse Jet pilots, owners, and maintenance personnel to send an immense amount of recorded data to EAI in order for EAI engineers to analyze what is happening with the aircraft and to provide a maintenance solution if necessary. This makes problem solving with the Eclipse Jet an incredibly light process. Simply attach a USB thumb drive to the Eclipse Jet DSU, download the data, and then upload to EAI via a web connection and the Eclipse Flight History Uploader (FHU). Eclipse engineers can diagnose any issues remotely and direct the mechanic at your location make any repairs necessary.

World Class Service for a World Class Jet

If you ever have any problems with your Eclipse Jet, rest assured that we will be there to get you back into the sky as quickly as possible. Eclipse pioneered technologies like the Eclipse DSU, which stores engine and performance information on a USB drive that you insert into the avionics system and then upload to the Eclipse Service Engineering team from wherever you are. With your data in hand, Eclipse engineers can assess your problem and work with your local A&P mechanic to remedy your problem.

Service Overview

General Maintenance Support
Limited Warranty Repair Services
Full Warranty Repair Services
Parts Distribution
Customer Support Services
Minor Inspections*
Routine Inspections**
Major Inspections***
Minor Modifications
Major Modifications
Structural Repair

* 6 month, 12 month and minor warranty repairs.
** All the above, plus 300 hour/24 month inspection and many Service Bulletins and some Modification Bulletins
*** All of the two above, plus 48 month/1,200 hour inspection, scheduled structural inspections, and all warranty repair services

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