Pitot-static tester ADSE 650
pressurefor altimetersaeronautical

pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
pitot-static tester
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Characteristics

Domain
pressure
Applications
pitot-static, for altimeters
Other characteristics
aeronautical

Description

The ADSE 650 is designed for all aircraft types and electrical power supplies. It can be used for testing high performance civil and military aircraft, fix and rotary wings. This Pitot Static Tester is designed primarily for flight line use to cover the testing of all barometric and manometric pressure instrument systems. The large touch screen display, with on-screen help, enables all checks to be carried out easily on the flight deck or in the cockpit, by a single operator. The Test Set is robust and housed in a mobile weatherproof case. An attached bag contains the pressure hoses and electrical cables. Accessories for specific applications are available. Built-in pressure and vacuum pumps Liquid crystal color display with touch sensitive screen for operator instructions/help Remote control unit based on Windows CE tablet PC Complete self check of set before use High accuracy, high resolution RVSM compliant Programmable leak test Programmable flight envelope to protect equipment under test All four primary flight parameters displayed simultaneously Programmable (password write protected) test schedules Select pressure units: hPa; mb; in Hg; mmHg; ft; m; kts; km/h, ft/min; hm/min, Mach number Tablets Our pitot-static testers are mainly used with a wired color touchpad, except the ADSE 650 which works in WIFI, thus giving greater freedom to the operator. The HMI has been designed to be as simple and efficient as possible, which is confirmed by users.

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