Druck ADTS 505 User Manual
The ADTS 505 is preprogrammed with the manufacturer's standard, civil and maximum limit
sets (STD, CIVIL and MAX). This facility enables five sets of additional limits to be programmed
and allows the selection of a set of limits to be used; each additional set of limits can be
identified by its aircraft name or type.
To access limit sets for editing values, select enter PIN and use [
aircraft names highlighted in the display. After changing the limits, select [Save Settings]
press CLEAR/QUIT to save and exit.
Each set of limits contains:
The selected set of limits remain active until the selection of another set of limits or until
power supply switch-off. At each power-up sequence the default set of limits "CIVIL" become
active. The "CIVIL" limit set contains the lowest ranges and values.
If the selected set of limits results in the measured pressures being outside the limits, the
display shows the warning message "Changed entry to current limit" the system
automatically changes the aim value to within the selected limits. This warning message is
also displayed if the pressures measured directly after power-up are outside the limits used
After selecting a set of limits, the altitude correction value can be changed using SETUP,
[Altitude Correction], [Alt. Corr.]. The display shows the altitude correction (in ft or m) below
the mode message.
SING INCORRECT LIMITS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO SENSITIVE COMPONENTS AND AIRCRAFT
Before creating new limits refer to the appropriate Component Maintenance Manual or
Aircraft Maintenance Manual for the actual minimum and maximum values to be applied.
A PIN protects access to the sets of limits that can be created, renamed or edited. Druck
recommends that only personnel of supervisor level have access to these limit sets.
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Max Rate CAS
ARINC limits on or off
Altitude correction value
6 - 13
or ] to step through the
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Max Rate Ps
Max Rate Qc
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