GE Aviation`s H Series Turboprop with Electronic Engine & Prop Control

January 1, 1900

GE Aviation designed the business and general aviation industry’s first-ever electronic engine propeller control (EEPC) system to reduce pilot workload. With improved full auto-start capability as well as true single lever power control for both engine and propeller operation, the H Series engine with EEPC enhances safety and improve operating costs all leading to a more productive and enjoyable flying experience.

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