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ELECTRONIC ALTIMETER WITH INTEGRATED DIGITAL AIR DATA COMPUTER
Digital air data computer incorporated into electronic encoding CDP altimeter with altitude alerter
COMPLIANCE WITH HIGHEST CERTIFICATION STANDARDS
TSO-C106 (air data computer) / TSO-C10b (altimeter) / TSO-C88a (altitude encoder) / DO-160D / DO-178B Level A
Several case design options (ARINC408, 3 ATI), rugged design, variety of pneumatic adapters and installation kits
PERFECT AVIONICS SYSTEM INTEGRATION
Extensive computation of flight relevant data provided per configurable ARINC429 and analogue in-/outputs
INTEGRATION INTO COCKPIT LIGHTING SCHEME
5V or 28V, white/red/NVIS green, customizable dimming curve
Optionally RVSM compliant, max scale error below FL200: 10ft (3m)
SUPPORTING SPECIAL OPERATIONS
Baro setting 700 – 1050mbar, Baro push-to-reset, configurable altitude alerter, optionally NVIS compliant
MINIMUM TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
No re-calibration required, 21'000 hrs MTBF
OPTIONAL RVSM, NVIS
The Air Data Display AD32 combines an air data computer with a digital altimeter in a 3ATI form factor.
This makes the THOMMEN AD32 ideally suited for retrofitting aircraft (fixed wing & rotorcraft) while minimizing installation efforts and typically replacing standby altimeters at the same time.
No recalibration necessary
AD32 measures pitot and static pressure by using highly accurate and drift-free Vibrating Cylinder Technology (VCT) sensors.
These sensors are highly accurate and stable, making our AD32 virtually drift-free.
No recalibration required, effectively reducing maintenance cost.
FAA Technical Standard Order (TSO) and accuracy requirements are exceeded.
Integrated 3” Altimeter
Corrected altitude is displayed on a high contrast LCD in both digital format and analogous by a stepper motor driven pointer, while the extensive Built-In-Test guarantees safe operation.
As for all of its displays, THOMMEN offers an NVIS Green compatible lighting.
Optionally, the pilots can switch between metric and imperial altitude information.