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ARTEX ELT NAV
INTERFACE WITH 24 BIT
MFR Model# 455-6500
The Artex "ELT to NAV Interface" is designed to be connected between the aircraft's Flight Management Computer (FMC) or GPS receiver and the Artex 406 MHz series of ELT's. Its function is to receive continuous position updates from the aircraft's navigation system and translate it to the proper format for use by the ELT. Upon activation, the ELT transmits digitally the Latitude and Longitude of the aircraft to the COSPAS/SARSAT satellite system. Knowledge of the position information allows SAR forces to launch an immediate mission to the last known position of the aircraft.
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- UNIT WEIGHT: 2.7lbs (1.2 kg)
- UNIT SIZE: 9.25"x5"x1.95"
- VIBRATION: 10 G (5 Hz to 2000 Hz)
- SHOCK TEST: 500 G @ 4 Milliseconds
- CRASH WORTHINESS: 100 G @ 23 Milliseconds
- ALTITUDE: 50,000 feet
- HUMIDITY: 95% for 48 hours
- IMPACT: 220 PSI (25 kg from 6 inches)
- CRUSH: 1000 lbs.
- AUTO REPROGRAMMING: 24 Bit Aircraft Address (Mode S number)
- ARINC 429 INTERFACE": ARINC 429 All
- RS-232 INTERFACE: 9600 Baud, Parity: None, Data Bits: 8, Stop Bits: 1, STX and ETX required, “A” identifier for lat, “B” identifier for long.
- NAV SYSTEMS: GPS-Loran-Inertial: NAV-FMC
- OPERATING TEMPERATURE: -20°C to +55°C
- VOLTAGE REQUIREMENTS: +28VDC ±5VDC
- CURRENT DRAW: 300 mA Max.
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