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ABBREVIATIONS The following abbreviations are used in this manual; the abbreviations are the same in the singular and plural. Abbreviation Description Ampere Absolute a.c. Alternating current Altitude Calibrated airspeed d.c. Direct current e.g. For example End of conversion Engine pressure ratio EPROM Electrically programmable read only memory etc.
GLOSSARY The terminology used in this manual is specific and individual interpretation must not be introduced. The terms are defined as follows: Item Description Adjust To bring to a more satisfactory state; to manipulate controls, levers, linkages, etc. to return equipment from an out-of-tolerance condition to an in-tolerance condition. Align To bring into line;...
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Contents 1. DESCRIPTION Introduction Operating Range and Performance Operating Limits 2. INSTALLATION List of Parts Packaging for Storage or Transportation Power Supply 2.3.1 405R Rack-mounted version 2.3.2 405F Flightline version Positioning of the ADTS 2.4.1 405R Rack-mounted version 2.4.2 405F Flightline version 3.
Maintenance Tasks Routine Maintenance 4.4.1 Servicing Procedures 4.4.2 Replacing the output connector o-ring 4.4.3 Fuse Replacement Cable tests 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING Introduction Error messages Standard Serviceability Test 5.3.1 Procedure 5.3.2 Fault Finding Fault Diagnosis Ventilating after Overpressure Further Testing 5.6.1 Environmental and preliminary operations 5.6.2...
Tables Table Page ADTS MK2 SPARES AND ACCESSORIES LIST DC Input Connector Units of Measure Warning Messages IEEE 488 facility Maintenance Chart Materials List Tool and Test Equipment Requirements AC Input Connector DC Input Connector Error Messages Fault Advice and Action Optional cable (AAU-32 units) Aeronautical Units Dual Display Pressure Units Dual Display...
Introduction 1. DESCRIPTION 1.1 Introduction There are two versions of this Air Data Test System, a 19", 6U high (10½”) rack-mounted unit (ADTS 405R) and a flight line unit (ADTS 405F). The ADTS 405R is a rack-mounted system and, with external pressure and vacuum supplies connected, provides measurement and control of pitot and static systems and components.
Chapter 1. DESCRIPTION 1.3 Operating Limits The following sets of operating limits are supplied with the ADTS 405. 850 knot range operating limits Parameter Max Limits Standard Limits Civil Limits Min Alt -3,000 ft -2,000 ft -1,000 ft Max Alt 105,000 ft 80,000 ft 50,000 ft...
Operating Limits 1000 knot range operating limits Parameter Max Limits Standard Limits Civil Limits Min Alt -3,000 ft -3,000 ft -1,000 ft Max Alt 105,000 ft 80,000 ft 50,000 ft Min CAS -100 kts 0.0 kts 0 kts Max CAS 1,000 kts 1,000 kts 450 kts...
List of Parts 2. INSTALLATION Special request Please keep the special packing boxes so that the ADTS can be safely shipped for calibration, repair or storage. 2.1 List of Parts On receipt of the ADTS 405 check the contents of the packaging against the following lists: Standard Packaging List - ADTS 405F Standard Packaging List - ADTS 405R Flight line ADTS 405F...
Chapter 2. INSTALLATION When using packing materials other than the original, proceed as follows: Wrap unit in polyethylene sheeting. Select a double-wall cardboard container. Inside dimensions must be at least 15 cm greater than the equipment. The carton must meet test strength requirements of >125 kg. Protect all sides with shock-absorbing material to prevent equipment movement within the container.
Packaging for Storage or Transportation HAND TERMINAL ADTS 405F SHOULDER BAG ADTS 405R ACCESSORIES REGIONAL LINE PLUG 2.5m 4a-h AC CABLE (ADTS 405R) EXPANSION PORT DONGLE (ADTS 405R ONLY) SERVICE KIT 2m or 10m 5a-p 9a-d OPTIONAL CONFIGURABLE REGIONAL LINE PLUG ORDER ITEMS AC CABLE (ADTS 405F) AIRCRAFT HOSES...
Chapter 2. INSTALLATION Table 2-1: ADTS MK2 SPARES AND ACCESSORIES LIST Item Part Number Description Used On FLIGHTLINE ASSEMBLY (configured order item) ADTS 405F AS405-111-1728M0 HAND TERMINAL ASSEMBLY ADTS 405F/R AS505-57-3124M0 Accessory Bag ADTS 405F AA405F-23 IEC 60320 to UK Style, BS1363 †4b* AA405F-24 IEC 60320 to USA/Canada style, NEMA 5-15P...
Power Supply 2.3 Power Supply See Safety and Installation Guide 124M8686 for full details. AC Input AC power supply 100 / 120 / 230V ~ 50 / 60Hz 115V ~ 400Hz 500VA DC Input (Option ADTS405 F only) DC power supply 24 - 30V 500VA 2.3.1 405R Rack-mounted version...
Chapter 2. INSTALLATION Table 2-2: DC Input Connector ADTS Pin Cable Colour Function Grey + 28V White 0V Return EARTH Green Protective Ground CAUTION A protective EARTH connection must also be made for DC operation or specified EMC performance may be impaired. 2.4 Positioning of the ADTS 2.4.1 405R Rack-mounted version It is important that the position of the ADTS 405 in relation to the UUT is known.
Positioning of the ADTS Solenoid System Elapsed DC power Key-pad Cover plate outlet valve status status time Supply fuses and display for option cover indicator indicator indicator AC power Supply fuses DC power supply connector (optional) Cross bonding 500VA POWE RSUPP LY24-3 FUSES connector POW ERSU PPLY...
Preparation 3. OPERATION WARNING OBSERVE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS STATED IN LOCAL ORDERS AND THE AIRCRAFT OR EQUIPMENT SERVICING PROCEDURES. Make sure the electrical and pneumatic connectors, electrical cables, pipes and positioning of the ADTS 405 comply with the instructions in this manual and local regulatory requirements. 3.1 Preparation WARNING THE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY MUST INCLUDE A CONNECTION TO A PROTECTIVE...
Chapter 3. OPERATION 3.2.2 Power-up Check the power indicator is illuminated and set the front panel power switch to OPERATE. The display will show the following sequence: Power-up screen. ADTS 405 power-up screen. Date of the last calibration and type of main transducer fitted. Self-test message.
Start-up Self test and front panel LED status: SYSTEM STATUS Self Test GREEN - READY PLEASE WAIT The system opens the zero valves and after approximately 7 seconds the valves close and the routine continues. The display shows: Measuring Ground Pressures PLEASE WAIT The system opens the output valves, Ps and Pt port pressures will safely remain at...
Chapter 3. OPERATION 3.2.3 Units of Measure When operating, in either pressure measure or pressure control modes, the ADTS 405 can display the following unit information: Table 3-1: Units of Measure Display Displayed Units Aeronautical Functions Abbreviation (if applicable) Altitude ft, m Calibrated and True Airspeed CAS, TAS...
Operation quick reference 3.3 Operation quick reference The quick reference chart shows normal operation key functions. See Section 6. ‘Reference and Specification’ for detailed descriptions of ADTS 405Mk2 functions. In the key/selection column the following applies: Key. [NEXT] Item in menu (soft key). (SINGLE DOUBLE) Sequence of parameters selected by NEXT key.
Chapter 3. OPERATION 3.4 Operating modes CAUTION Once initialised wait 15 minutes to allow the pressure measurement system to reach a stable operating temperature. The “Warm-up” period can be reduced to 5 minutes if the system has been powered following a short period of inactivity. The air data test system can now be set for a variety of functions and modes that follow: Pressure measurement mode Pressure control mode...
Operating modes Control Mode (Pressure control mode) For ADTS 405F set the pump switch to PUMP ON PUMP ON From leak measure press: LEAK MEASURE 0< Leak Measure CONTROL Aim of 5000 ft press ENTER LEAK 5000 MEASURE 5000 < CONTROL Return to leak measure at new altitude 5000...
Chapter 3. OPERATION Leak measure mode (Timed average leak rate measurement) Static channel altitude 5000 ft, 5000 measure leak: Leak Measure Set rate timer: wait 05.00 miutes test 01.00 minutes WAIT TIME RATE 00:30 F1 00:00 TIMER F2 00:00 01:00 F3 05:00 01:00 4996...
Operating modes Go to Ground (Control to local ground pressure) 5000 < LEAK Leak Measure MEASURE Leak Measure CONTROL Leak Measure GROUND Dual parameter display Single parameter display (USER MODE) Note: In leakMeasure use F2 and F3 for GO TO GROUND QFE and QNH information.
Chapter 3. OPERATION 3.5 Operating Procedures WARNING See Safety and Installation Guide 124M8686 for guidance on safety and standard operating conditions. The procedures show the steps required to make sure the ADTS 405 is serviceable and of the settings required to test an aircraft system or component in the following notation: All key presses are highlighted in bold and shown as identified on the key-pad.
Operating Procedures The triple display always shows altitude and airspeed; with pressure units selected, the display always shows Ps and either Qc, Pt or EPR. When ALT or CAS are selected the display shows the aim and measured values of ALT and CAS as a dual display. With any other selected parameter the display shows the measured values of altitude and airspeed and, the aim and measured value of the other selected parameter.
Chapter 3. OPERATION Figure 3-4: Triple Display Measured values T for timed rate of change 10000 Constant indication Units of 582.0 of values measurement 2995 ft/min Current changing 3000 parameter Aim (set-point or target) Pointer for primary Special or “leak-measure” when parameter - aim that message changes on data entry...
Operating Procedures Parameters Timed T for timed rate Measured values of change Rt Ps 0.637 T mbar/m Rt Pt 0.341 T mbar/m Rt Qc -0.224 T mbar/m Timed Rates Units of Special message measurement Figure 3-6: Rate Timer Display Pressure Units Pt Only Display (Fig 3.7) The Pt only display overrides the other display modes (single, dual and triple).
Chapter 3. OPERATION 184.108.40.206 Change the display for Pt Only: Press SETUP. Select [MORE]. Select [Control], [Ps Pt Dual]. Select [Pt Only Mode]. Press CLEAR/QUIT repeatedly to return to user display. 220.127.116.11 Change measurement units: In Full Set-up Mode any set of aeronautical or pressure units can be selected. Press the SETUP key.
Operating Procedures 3.5.3 Leak Measure Press LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL to return to Leak Measure mode. Press RATE TIMER, F3 - [Wait 05:00, Time 01:00]. Note: Different wait and time periods can be selected by pressing F1 or F2. Wait until rate timer has completed and the results displayed. Check rate of climb is less than ±100 ft/min and rate of airspeed (CAS) is less than ±1 kt.
Chapter 3. OPERATION Example To apply an altitude of 5000 ft at a rate of climb of 6000 ft/min and an airspeed of 300 kts at a rate of 600 kts/min: SPEED/Qc then RATE to select rate of change of speed. 6, 0, 0, ENTER to set the rate.
Operating Procedures 3.5.4 Aircraft system protection The ADTS 405 protects the aircraft system against user error and leaks in the aircraft system. Note: The pumps must be switched on. The system protection operates by: • Limit checking of user entered set-points. •...
Chapter 3. OPERATION Table 3-2: Warning Messages The following table lists the warning messages with the possible cause and action to be taken. No. Message Probable Cause Action INVALID USER The numeric value entered was outside the Re-enter value within allowed range. INPUT allowed range OPERATE CAL...
Operating Procedures Using the CONFIGuration function, new sets of limits can be created and existing sets of limits can be edited. In addition, the set of limits in use at power-up can be selected. If required, this selection can be locked to prevent unauthorised changing of the limits. Using the SETUP function, previously stored sets of limits can be recalled for use.
Chapter 3. OPERATION 18.104.22.168 Airspeed Switch test The following example shows how an airspeed switch can be functionally checked. Note: For low airspeed switches (i.e. 130 knots) the Pt Only facility could be used. Example Press LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL to enter control mode. Press SPEED/Qc. If necessary, press RATE and enter a change of airspeed low enough to observe switch operation.
Testing Aircraft Systems or UUT Press EPR then RATE to select EPR rate. Enter required value e.g, 5 EPR/min and press ENTER. Press ALT/Ps. Enter 500 mbar (15 inHg) and press ENTER. Press EPR. An EPR of 1.8 will quickly be achieved. Note: EPR testing can also be performed by specifying the actual INLET and OUTLET values.
Chapter 3. OPERATION 22.214.171.124 To Change from Going to Ground To change, enter a new altitude (static) or new airspeed (Qc) set-point. When the airspeed reaches zero and the Ps channel pressure nears ground, the system re-measures atmospheric pressure to update the recorded ground pressure (QFE).
Testing Aircraft Systems or UUT 126.96.36.199 To change units in FULL SETUP Mode as follows: Press SETUP. Select [UNITS]. Select required pressure units for display using [NEXT], [PREV] and [SAVE]. Use CLEAR/QUIT to return to pressure display. 188.8.131.52 To change units in MINIMUM SETUP Mode as follows: Press SETUP.
Chapter 3. OPERATION FULL SET-UP Key/selection Function and comments SETUP + KEY PRESS [UNITS] Select units [NEXT] Step through available units [PREV] Step back though available units [SAVE] Select displayed units [LIMITS] Select set of limits [NEXT] (aircraft 1\aircraft 2 ...) [PREV] As NEXT, in reverse order [SEL]...
Testing Aircraft Systems or UUT FULL SET-UP Continued Key/selection Function and comments SETUP contd... Full or minimum set-up selected in con guration. SETUP + KEY PRESS data entry Altitude correction value SPEED [AUTO ZERO] Auto zero function [ON] [OFF] [CAS/TAS] [CAS] [TAS] [Pt TEMPERATURE]...
Chapter 3. OPERATION FULL SET-UP and MINIMUM SET-UP SETUP contd... Full set-up selected in con uration. PRINT [DATE/TIME] Adjust date and time [DATE] Enter Date data entry [TIME] data entry Enter Time HELP Help on SETUP e UP) Enter nud e values (ALT \ CAS / TAS \ MACH \ ROC \ RATE \ RATE CAS) [NEXT] Aeronautical units or...
Testing Aircraft Systems or UUT CONFIGURATION Key/selection Function and comments CONFIG (SETUP + F1) Hold F1 and press SETUP to enter CONFIG. [UNITS] Default units [AERONAUTICAL] Sele ct default aeronautical units [NEXT] Step through available units [PREV] Step back through available units [SAVE] Save selected units [PRESSURE]...
Chapter 3. OPERATION CONFIGURATION Continued CONFIG (SETUP + F1) contd...) Hold F1 and press SETUP to enter CONFIG. [MORE] [CONTROL] Ps Pt DUAL control [Ps Pt DUAL] Ps single pipe testing of altimeters. Pt single pipe testing of airspeed and Mach indicators. DUAL normal combined system testing.
Testing Aircraft Systems or UUT CONFIGURATION Continued 2 CONFIG (SETUP + F1) + KEY PRESS Hold F1 and press SETUP to enter CONFIG. [SPEED] Auto zero function [AUTO ZERO] [ON] [OFF] Con gu re calibrated or true airspeed [CAS/TAS] [CAS] [TAS] [Pt TEMPER-ATU RE] Con gure Pt temperature...
Chapter 3. OPERATION CONFIGURATION Continued 3 CONFIG (SETUP + F1) + KEY PRESS r CONFIG. contd... GROUND PORT r to REMOTE R mot m [ON] [OFF] AUTO RUN [NEXT] [PREV] [NONE] [SEL] ERASE PROGRAMS [NEXT] [PREV] [DEL] RESULTS [PRINT/SAVE] [PRINT] [SAVE] [ERASE FILE] [NEXT]...
Communications panel options 3.7 Communications panel options 3.7.1 Ethernet System The ADTS405 is equipped with a TCP/IP Ethernet interface, and appears on the network as up to two separate IP addresses. The first IP address relates to the ADTS instrument supervisor and contains access to the functions described above.
Chapter 3. OPERATION Figure 3-10: Ping Test From Windows Command Prompt The IP address settings may be changed to match local network requirements using the CONFIGuration and SETUP menus, as described in section 3.6.2. An SSH server is available on each IP address for general purpose file access. The factory default user name and password for accessing the server is: User Name adts...
Communications panel options Press “OPEN” and select “YES” to any security warnings. Enter the user name “adts” and the default or current password when prompted. At the $ prompt, enter command <passwd> followed by the <RETURN> key. Follow the screen prompts by Enter the existing password followed by the new password and further confirmation entry.
Chapter 3. OPERATION The ADTS 405F file system directories (under folder fs\etfs) are visible in the right hand pane as shown in figure 3-14 File system directories screen below: Figure 3-14: ADTS File System Directories Screen The example ETP (Test Programs) directory can be seen to contain two default test programs, “altosc”...
Introduction 4. MAINTENANCE 4.1 Introduction This section details the recommended maintenance tasks to be carried out by the operator. The maintenance chart shows the periodicity of each task and a code referenced to the task detailed in 4.3 Maintenance Tasks. Table 4-1: Maintenance Chart Task Code...
Chapter 4. MAINTENANCE Table 4-3: Tool and Test Equipment Requirements Ref Code Nomenclature Example Manufacturer’s part number Multimeter, Digital Fluke 87V Insulation tester, 500V Fluke1507 4.3 Maintenance Tasks Visually inspect the unit for obvious signs of damage and check that all the equipment is present;...
Chapter 4. MAINTENANCE 184.108.40.206 Replacing ADTS 405F AC Fuses On the ADTS 405F two 20mm High Breaking Capacity fuses are located in the holders mounted on the pump rack front panel and protect the entire unit. Figure 4-2: ADTS 405F AC Fuse Positioning Set the power switch to OFF.
Routine Maintenance Figure 4-3: ADTS 405F DC Fuse Positioning 220.127.116.11 Replacing ADTS 405R AC Fuses On the ADTS 405R, two 20mm High Breaking Capacity fuses are located in the holder mounted on the power input connector on the rear of the rack and protect the unit. Set the power switch to OFF.
Chapter 4. MAINTENANCE Figure 4-4: ADTS 405R AC Fuse Positioning 4.5 Cable tests CAUTION Do the check detailed in Testing and Fault Finding, Section 5 prior to performing a cable test. Hand Terminal Cables - parts AS405-33-1891M0 (2m) and AS405-34-1891M0 (18m) a.
Cable tests AC Power Regional Line Plug Cables - parts AA405F-1 to AA405F-16 a. Prepare to measure continuity using the DMM (item 1, Table 4-3) set to the applicable resistance range. b. Measure the continuity between corresponding ADTS connector pin and the regional power plug pin using the connectivity table 4-4 below.
Introduction 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING 5.1 Introduction The ADTS 405 contains a built-in, self-test and diagnostic system. The system continuously monitors the performance of the unit and at power-up carries out a self-test. Warning and error messages are displayed during normal operation if out of range values are entered or if faults occur. This section details the standard serviceability test and the error messages and codes that can be displayed.
Chapter 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING If the display shows ERROR 703 START UP Ps SELF TEST TIME ERROR. Check that the expansion port plug (item 13, Table 2-1) is correctly connected in the expansion port on the rear panel (Fig. 2-4). Note: Some errors display extra information using a four digit hexadecimal code.
Standard Serviceability Test The ADTS 405 displays any detected errors. Check that the power-up sequence continues through the following stages without error: • Calibration date. • Self-test. • Measuring ground pressures. • Equalizing system pressures. Check that the display then changes to show measured altitude and airspeed (CAS or TAS) values.
Chapter 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING 5.4 Fault Diagnosis If a fault occurs, refer to the fault location chart, Figure 5-1 and Table 5-1. SET POWER SWITCH TO OPERATE POWER INDICATOR FRONT PANEL HAND-TERMINAL DISPLAY FITTED FITTED Power-up sequence SYSTEM STATUS FRONT PANEL LDK 425 Vx.xx STATUS LIGHT...
Ventilating after Overpressure Table 5-2: Fault Advice and Action Fault Symptom Probable cause Action Faulty power supply. Pump power-on indicator Check power supply. Unserviceable fuse, AC/DC does not light. Check/replace power supply fuse power supply. or reset circuit protection device. Faulty power supply cable.
Chapter 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING To vent the pressure: Remove the source of pressure and vent Ps and Pt to atmosphere (caps off). Re-power the ADTS 405. During the power-up screen: DRUCK ADTS 405 DK415 VER.xx Press F1 and F4 simultaneously. The ADTS 405 enters maintenance mode. Note: The system may prompt for a PIN.
Further Testing 5.6 Further Testing Perform the following tests if a pneumatic leak or a controller instability is suspected. 5.6.1 Environmental and preliminary operations Do the tests in a room with a stable temperature environment and within the operating temperature range. The room must be free from drafts. Read the whole of the test procedure before commencement.
Chapter 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING 5.6.3 Vacuum leak check This check confirms that the unit does not leak under vacuum conditions: Press LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL to enter control mode. The display shows “Aim” in place of “Leak Measure”. Enter a Ps aim of 100 mbar by pressing: ALT/Ps, 1, 0, 0, ENTER Enter a Qc aim of 0 mbar by pressing: SPEED/Qc, 0, ENTER Wait the required time for temperature stabilization e.g, one minute.
Further Testing 5.6.6 Testing of Standard and Optional External Communication Ports The following tests should only be done if the serviceability of an option facility is suspected or when an error occurs. • USB ‘A’ Port This port is for future function expansion only. Current use is for service purposes only. •...
Chapter 5. TESTING AND FAULT FINDING 5.6.7 Testing of IEEE 488 Facility The IEEE 488 facility requires specialist knowledge of both IEEE 488 communications and test programming for specified, authorized test procedures. Only qualified personnel should use this facility, the test procedure must be authorized by the appropriate engineering authority. If the display does not show that SCPI is selected follow the procedure in Section 3.7.3 Connection of the IEEE 488 Facility then carry out the following procedure: Press [SCPI].
Further Testing 5.6.8 Testing the Altimeter Encoder Option To enable and disable this Altimeter Encoder facility access the configuration menu. When enabled, this facility will be available from power-up of the ADTS 405 with the settings held in non-volatile memory. If the altimeter encoder displays ENCODER ERROR then check the continuity of the altimeter encoder option cable.
Introduction 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.1 Introduction This section includes a full description of each key function including references to associated functions. The available keys are: F1 - F4 ALT Ps SPEED Qc MACH Pt ROC Ps RATE RATE TIMER HOLD RATE LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL...
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2 Main Pressure Display 6.2.1 F1 - F4 These function keys or soft-keys are used to select choices from menus. The menu choices may be shown directly over the keys or displayed as a list. When a menu is displayed, press the appropriate function key to select the required choice.
Introduction 12. In Control Mode (AIM display), a new CAS or Qc can be entered using the numeric keys. Use LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL to change between control and measure mode. 6.2.4 MACH/Pt In aeronautical units (ft/kts or m/km/h), this key selects a Mach display. In pressure units (mbar, inHg etc.), this selects a total pressure (Pt) display.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION To use the rate timer: Press RATE TIMER. Press F1, F2 or F3 to select the required WAIT and TIME periods. The main pressure displays shows the WAIT or TIME period counting down. After timing, the timed average value, identified by a T directly to the right of the value, replaces the instantaneous rate value.
Introduction 6.2.9 RATE In aeronautical units (kts, km/h), this key selects a rate of change of airspeed (Rate CAS) display. The following rates are available in aeronautical units: Key-press sequence Rate of change display SPEED, RATE Rate CAS * MACH, RATE Rate MACH * Rate CAS is displayed with the airspeed in either CAS or TAS.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION Auto Leak recovery can be switched off using SETUP, LEAK MEASURE/CONTROL, [AUTO LEAK]. If negative airspeed or Qc occurs in measure mode, the zero valve automatically opens for a period of one second to balance the airspeed or Qc. This only applies when the minimum CAS (or Qc) limit is zero.
Introduction 6.2.14 [DISPLAY QNH] When [DISPLAY QNH] is selected, the local atmospheric pressure recorded during power- up is converted to the equivalent sea level pressure. The display shows QNH, in the default units set in configuration, together with the station (airfield) altitude. The station (airfield) altitude can be changed in full set-up mode by using SETUP, GROUND.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.18 EXECUTE TEST PROGRAM A test program can contain operator prompts to enter numeric values from instruments; test results can be stored in the ADTS 405 and later printed, by a suitable printer, using the serial output port or ethernet option.
Introduction 18.104.22.168 Auto Running a Program To run a program each time the ADTS 405 is switched on, the “Auto run” feature should be enabled. The enabled program starts, from the first line, after successful completion of the ADTS power-up sequence.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.22 -000 This key performs two functions during numeric entry. If it is the first numeric key pressed, it produces a minus sign for the entry of negative numbers. If it is a subsequent key pressed during numeric entry it produces three zeros for fast entry of thousands Example To enter -1000:...
Introduction 6.2.26 SETUP Pressing the SETUP key causes the system to enter a set-up mode preset in the configuration mode. The following section describes the three functions of setup: Full, Minimum and Off. The full set-up allows access to all set-up functions. Minimum set-up allows access to some set-up functions, the off function prevents access to the set-up functions.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.29 SETUP, [LIMITS] The ADTS 405 is preprogrammed with the manufacturer's STANDARD, CIVIL and MAX limit sets. Different sets of additional aircraft limits can be programmed using the CONFIG mode. SETUP, [LIMITS] allows the selection of the set of limits to be used, each set of limits is identified by its aircraft name.
Introduction 6.2.31 SETUP, [MORE], [CONTROL], [Ps Pt DUAL] Dual channel is the normal mode of operation where both Ps (static) and Pt (pitot) channels are connected to the unit or aircraft system under test. To test instruments such as airspeed indicators with only the Pt (pitot) channel connected, use SETUP, [MORE] [CONTROL] [Ps Pt DUAL] and select [Pt].
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.37 SETUP, ALT (Figures 6-5 and 6-6) This function allows the altitude correction value to be changed. If altitude correction is in use the display shows, after warm-up, “A/C” in the lower right hand corner. The altitude correction facility corrects for the pressure difference when the ADTS 405 and the aircraft system are at different heights.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.42 SET-UP, RATE TIMER This function allows the Wait/Time values to be set for F1, F2, and F3 of the RATE TIMER function. To change the times: Select the function to be changed: F1, F2 or F3. Enter the [WAIT] value in minutes and seconds.
Introduction 6.2.49 SETUP, EXECUTE TEST PROGRAM This function sets up the results file options. Result data generated by the test program can either be sent out to the printer port or saved to a result file and stored in the ADTS 405. Pressing F1, the [PRINT/SAVE] key, sets the option. Any of the results files, stored in the ADTS 405, can be sent to the printer port.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 6.2.55 SETUP, [LIMITS] The ADTS 405 is preprogrammed with the manufacturer's STANDARD, CIVIL and MAX limit sets. Different sets of additional limits can be programmed using the CONFIG mode. SETUP, [LIMITS] allows the selection of the set of limits to be used, each set of limits is identified by an aircraft name or component/system number.
Introduction 22.214.171.124 Procedure Holding down F1 then pressing SETUP causes the system to enter CONFIGuration mode. CONFIGuration may be password protected using a four digit PIN. If PIN protected, the display prompts for entry of the PIN. Press each digit of the PIN in turn (ENTER is not required) as each digit is entered, an asterisk appears.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION Note: The ADTS 405, when delivered, contains “Standard” and “Civil” limits; to set and store “Max” limits, for the first time, enter configuration. The “Max” limits depend on the range of the pitot channel either 850 or 1000 knots, see section 1.3, operating limits.
Introduction 126.96.36.199 ALTITUDE CORRECTION The altitude correction value for a specific aircraft may be entered as well as its limits. The altitude correction value can be changed during operation in full and minimum set-up modes using SETUP, [ALT]. See SETUP, [ALT] for further details on altitude correction. 188.8.131.52 ARINC LIMITS (Figure 6-7) ARINC 565 operating limits are enabled by setting ARINC LIMITS ON and implemented as shown in Fig.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 184.108.40.206 CONFIG, [LIMITS], [EDIT LIMITS], [MAX LIMITS] This function makes a set of maximum limits; a set of MAX limits can be edited using CONFIG, [LIMITS], [EDIT LIMITS], [EDIT EXISTING] and saved with a new name. This is a quick method for setting-up a set of limits similar to the maximum system limits.
Introduction 220.127.116.11 CONFIG, [MORE], [SETUP MODE] This function enables, disables or limits access to the secondary functions. There are three set-up modes: FULL This mode provides complete access to all secondary functions when the SETUP key is pressed. All pressure and aeronautical units can be selected. MINIMUM This mode provides limited access to the secondary functions when the SETUP key is pressed.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION 18.104.22.168 CONFIG, REMOTE This function disables the front panel key-pad and allows the ADTS 405 to be controlled by a remote device such as a PC. The front panel display shows the “REMOTE” message. To return to “LOCAL”...
ADTS 405R/F Specification 6.3 ADTS 405R/F Specification Rack mounted ADTS 405R ( indoor use) Size Standard 19" rack front panel 6U high (10½”) Depth behind front panel 255 mm (10") Rear panel connections available Weight 12 kg [26.5 lb] EMC EN 61326-1 (refer to the declaration of conformity for details) Electrical safety EN61010-1 Power supply...
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION Flight-line ADTS 405F (indoor and outdoor use): Size 442 mm x 755 mm x 332 mm (17½” x 30" x 13") Weight 29 kg [64 lb] EMC EN 61326-1 (refer to the declaration of conformity for details) MIL-STD-461F (Extended environment) Electrical safety EN61010-1...
Measurement and Control Range Specifications 6.4 Measurement and Control Range Specifications WARNING THIS EQUIPMENT IS NOT RATED FOR USE IN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE AND HAZARDOUS ATMOSPHERES. Operating Range and Performance Both ADTS 405F and ADTS 405R are supplied in one of two full-scale ranges (850 knots or 1000 knots) for measurement and control of the pitot pressure channel.
Chapter 6. REFERENCE AND SPECIFICATION ADTS 405F and ADTS 405R Performance expressed in example pressure units Static Rate Ps Pitot Pitot Differential Differential Rate Qc (Ps) (Pt) (Pt) (Qc) (Qc) 1000 1000 knts knts knts knts Units mbar mbar/ mbar abs mbar abs mbar diff mbar diff...
Measurement and Control Range Specifications Rate Control The ADTS 405 operates in both aeronautical rates and pressure rates, e.g. ft/min and mbar/min and controls Ps, Pt and Qc parameters in either aeronautical or pressure units. The following are possible: ft/min or metres/min - max rate 100,000 ft/min absolute pressure units/min absolute pressure units/min kts/min or km/h/min - max rate 2,000 kts/min...