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Paraglider emergency parachute Second Chance 94 DHV GS-02-0002-88, Second Chance 86 DHV GS-02-0003-88, Sprint DHV GS-02-0005-89, Second Chance 118 DHV GS-02-0012-90, Duo DHV GS-02-0024-92, Roger 118 DHV GS-02-0025-92, Roger 96 DHV GS-02-0026-92, Revolution 1 DHV GS-02-0027-92, Revolution 2 DHV GS-02-0028-92, Revolution 1 S DHV GS-02-0029-92, Revolution 2 S DHV GS-02-0030-92, Z 2 DHV GS-02-0044-93, SC 118 M DHV GS-02-0051-95, Duo 200 DHV GS-02-0052-95, Combat DHV GS-02-0061-95, Clou 2 SAS DHV GS-02-0077-97, Charly CLOU 120 DHV GS-02-0082-01, Hangglider emergency parachute Rettungsgerät Charly DHV 02-0024-86, Revolution 2 HG DHV 02-0037-92, Duo HG DHV 02-0040-93, Duo 200 HG DHV 02-0042-95, Clou 2 HG / SAS DHV 02-0046-97
Safety note for all CHARLY rescue parachutesDue to a problem that has recently come into focus that the reserve handle, especially of harnesses with integrated rescue compartment, can get caught in the lines after deployment and block the opening of the rescue system, we have limited the maximum length of the connection between the reserve handle and the inner container of the rescue system to 37 cm for CHARLY rescue parachutes. The picture shows how to measure the length.The length of the connection between reserve handle and inner container should be checked by the pilots before the next flight.If it is necessary to shorten the connection between the reserve handle and the container, this should be done by qualified persons (harness manufacturer or companies authorized by the manufacturer), and finally, the functionality should be checked by means of a compatibility test. In case of doubt, concerned pilots should contact the harness manufacturer in order to obtain a handle of the correct length.