Give Your Mode Controller a Facelift

December 2014

The Mode Controller is how you engage the autopilot and flight nav on the flight control. These units have been around a long time and many of them are operating with broken or missing paddles and bezels because these pieces are no longer available from Honeywell.

Although these units are able to function normally with these missing or broken parts, it doesn’t make for a very impressive looking flight deck.

In addition to our capabilities to overhaul KMC-340 mode controllers, we a good supply refurbished faceplates, refurbished buttons, and Duncan Aviation created engage paddles. All are no longer available from the manufacturer.

We have a rotatable stock of refurbished faceplates and buttons to help minimize your downtime. Once the quote is approved, it will usually ship in one day.

To schedule your Mode Controller’s facelift, contact a Duncan Aviation Avionics Instrument Customer Account Rep today.




Curt Campbell Avionics Tech Rep Challenger, Global, Hawker, King Air, Learjet Lincoln, NE (LNK) +1 402.479.4220

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