ACES Systems Model 1000, 1001, 1010, & 1012 Service & Support Obsolescence


In the early 1990s, ACES Systems launched the beginning of the Model 1000 propeller balancing product line.  We originally released the ACES Systems Model 1000 Analyzer Series in the early 1990s, continued its evolution up to the Model 1010 and 1012, and then ceased production in 2002 as the next generation of ACES products were introduced.

Support & Service Obsolescence

At its introduction, the ACES Systems Model 1000 was full of new technology and capabilities.  As with all things electronic, time and technology quickly bring new features to market. The advent of newer technology makes it difficult to obtain repair parts to maintain serviceability and support of the ACES Systems Model 1000, 1001, 1010, and 1012.

It is with regret, in light of over 30 years of service that we have to inform you of ACES Systems’ plans to phase out support and service for the Model 1000, 1001, 1010, and 1012 Analyzers.

Replacement Products

As the ACES Systems Model 1000, 1001, 1010, and 1012 support is phased out, ACES Systems offers unique options using today’s technology to help ensure you are performing the best dynamic propeller balance possible.  As a valued ACES Systems customer, a trade-in allowance for your Model 1000, 1001, 1010, or 1012 will be offered if you choose to upgrade.  The analyzers below are equivalent equipment to replace the ACES Systems Model 1000, 1001, 1010, and 1012.

Cobra II vibration analyzer
Cobra II


ProBalancer Analyzer
Model 2020PL ProBalancer

To discuss possible solutions for your propeller balancing needs, please contact the ACES Systems Sales Team.

  • Your needs are unique and our sales team is ready to create the kit you need to eliminate your vibration problems.
    Take the first step by filling out the Quote Request Form below.

    Our sales team will contact you to learn more about your needs and provide you with a comprehensive quote to get you on the path to smooth flying.
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