In the May Duncan Intelligence, we wrote an article about Honeywell's announcement to move its Engine Condition Trend Monitoring (ECTM) data analysis from Jet-Care to CAMP Systems. This article has caused some confusion about the requirements surrounding this change.
Honeywell has made CAMP program a requirement for all Honeywell Maintenance Service Plan (MSP) and Fleet Maintenance Plan (FMP) engines. However, it is not a requirement for non-MSP operators. They may remain with their current ECTM provider, if they so choose.
We apologize for any confusion this article may have caused and invite you to contact us anytime you have further questions.
Here is the original article:
Honeywell recently announced through Service Information Letters (SIL) that the company is moving its Engine Condition Trend Monitoring (ECTM) data analysis from Jet-Care to CAMP Systems. This move impacts all Honeywell engines, including those outfitted with digital electronic engine control (DEEC) data collection.
Honeywell is encouraging all operators to enroll and submit data to CAMP ECTM.
If you do not currently trend monitor your aircraft’s engine, I encourage you to begin now. ECTM is an early detection program that will recognize and identify certain engine component malfunctions and in-flight engine performance. These malfunctions, if left uncorrected, could lead to costly repairs or interrupted flight.
Honeywell has made CAMP program a requirement for all Honeywell Maintenance Service Plan (MSP) and Fleet Maintenance Plan (FMP) engines. CAMP will be proactively contacting these operators for enrollment.
All non-MSP/-FMP operators should contact CAMP directly for enrollment. This is not a requirement.
Whether using automatic (DEEC) or manual (Kneepad) data collection, CAMP has made it easy to submit data. Here are the four methods to submit ECTM data:
For more information and details about the transition to CAMP Systems, please refer to your relevant SIL:
As always, feel free to contact me with any questions about your Honeywell engines.
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