The ACME UH-1Y Dynamic Motion Seat
ACME’s newest TRUE Q® Dynamic Motion Seats support UH-1Y Venom crew training. The new seats look and feel like the aircraft seats and include our patented, multi-channel cueing system that provide realistic cues across the entire mission training envelope. Train realistically with ground and flight operation cues including maneuvers, weather and weapons employment, impacts, malfunctions, vibrations, and more. True Q® is complete mission cueing.
UH-1Y Helicopter Facts
The indomitable Huey lives on in the USMC’s UH-1Y Venom helicopter. The newest generation of the versatile helicopter supports many Marine missions including command and control, escort, reconnaissance, troop transport, medical evacuation and even close-air support. The aircraft packs a punch with forward firing weapons and door gun options that ensure Marines can get in and out of the hottest combat areas to achieve their missions. Powerful new engines and transmissions coupled to 4-blade rotors combine to give Venom more speed, greater range, and heavier payloads. Venom is powerful mobility for a new millennium of U.S. Marines.
The Venom is a twin-engine, medium sized helicopter designed for the utility mission. The helicopter supports a single or dual pilots, and can reach a maximum speed of 189mph, service ceilings of more than 20,000 feet, and can have an endurance exceeding 3 hours. It has a useful load of 6,600lbs and can carry a mix of crew, litters, equipment, or Marines from ship or shore. The aircraft has options for forward firing rockets and side-mounted stations for gunners to fire M240, GAU16, or GAU17 weapons.
ACME Dynamic Motion Seats Helicopter Type Details Images
ACME UH-1Y Dynamic Motion Seat
- Dynamic Motion Seat (DMS)
- Electronics Chassis
- DMS Computer System (Can drive 2 Electronic Chassis and 2 Seats)
- Connecting Cables
- DMS Maintenance Manuals
- Daily Operational Readiness Test (DORT) Software
- Vertical seat adjustments
- Electric motors eliminates expensive hydraulics and maintenance intensive pneumatic systems
- Easy access to system components for maintenance and tuning
- Standard Safety Switches/Systems: Weight on Seat / Loss of Signal at DMS Computer / Crew Enable / Self Monitoring System
ROLE – Utility Helicopter
NATIONAL ORIGIN – United States
MANUFACTURER – Bell Helicopter
INTRODUCTION – 8 August 2008
PRIMARY USERS – United States Marine Corps