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Bell Introduces 412EPI Helicopter

March 06, 2013  | 

The Bell 412EPI offers greater situational awareness and speed. Photo courtesy of Bell Helicopter.
The Bell 412EPI offers greater situational awareness and speed. Photo courtesy of Bell Helicopter.

Bell Helicopter has introduced the 412EPI, an upgraded 412-platform helicopter offering greater situational awareness and speed to law enforcement agencies, according to the company.

Bell introduced the 412EPI at the Heli-Expo trade show, which opened Tuesday in Las Vegas.

The Bell 412EPI includes a fully integrated glass flight deck and boosts performance with Pratt and Whitney's PT6T-9 Twin Pac engines. The helicopter delivers 15% more horsepower than its predecessor, according to Bell.

The company also introduced a retractable wheeled landing gear option for the Bell 429 to "address customer demand for missions requiring ground taxi," according to a release.

Several agencies use Bell 412 copters, including the NYPD's Aviation Unit and U.S. Park Police.

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