The Burrana RISE in-seat power solution has achieved line-fit approval on the Airbus A320 family of aircraft.
This line-fit collaboration with Airbus for RISE in-seat power is a significant milestone for Burrana as we continue to deliver brand-enhancing cabin technology solutions to airlines.– Burrana CEO Graham Macdonald
Following successful completion of the Airbus acceptance test in Hamburg. RISE Power will now be available for factory installation for aircraft deliveries starting in Q2 2023. The company also confirmed its first airlines for the line-fit implementation.
An unidentified launch customer will outfit more than fifty new aircraft with 3 Amp (15W) USB-A and -C combo jacks at every seat, as well as 110 VAC Power outlets in premium economy.
The RISE 48VDC architecture can deliver USB-A, USB-C, and 110V AC power via a lightweight, modular installation kit. This includes 15W USB solutions by default, as well as a 60W USB-C jack that is easily swapped into the seat mount.
RISE in-seat power also delivers feature-rich usage data reporting on passenger behavior and system performance. This helps airlines with proactive maintenance and future fleet planning.
More on Burrana RISE:
- Burrana launches RISE, a new inflight entertainment (and more) platform
- Greater Bay Airlines selects Burrana RISE for in-seat power
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