Pitot-static test instrument MPS40C

pitot-static test instrument
pitot-static test instrument
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aeronautical, portable, digital, automatic


Supplying Air Data Test SETS TO THE world DMA traces its origins back to 1938, mainly as a test equipment manufacturer to support European aviation requirements. Today DMA supply precision Air Data Test Sets and other aviation ground support equipment to aircraft manufacturers, repair stations and operators throughout the world. Flight line tester for demanding applications The MPS39C/40C are digital technology portable Air Data Test Sets incorporating many standard features normally found on more expensive test instruments. The construction is both rugged and rainproof for demanding flight line use. Each unit is housed in a single case with wheels and a stowable handle. Automatic Control of 3 or 4 independent pressures In the MPS39C, three pressures are controllable separately and independently: Static for altitude and Qc/Pt for airspeed together with Angle of Attack (AoA) pressure to test those aircraft equipped with the Smart pitot probe. The MPS40C offers four independent channels The angle of attack pressures can be displayed either in pressure units with a maximum of 0.0001 inHg resolution or directly in degrees of AoA with 0.1° resolution. When three pressures are not required, AoA ports can be used as Static ports Easy intuitive interface Using logical key press routines the MPS39C/40C are easy to use by both beginners and experts. Testing and troubleshooting can be performed via the built-in intuitively arranged colour-coded keypad and large 4 x 20 character backlit display. For a remote location such as the flight-deck, three control options are available: the Hand Held Remote Control, the Touch Screen Remote Control or a wireless Bluetooth connected PDA.
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