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With the increasing complexity of the latest types of aircraft’s, the requirements placed on today’s flight test systems have also increased. A wide variety of signals and sensors, as well as high channel counts from digital sources and aircraft buses, are acquired over multiple channels, monitored online and, synchronously stored in a common data sink. imc offers a modular flight test system based on imc measurement systems and video technology.
The robust, airworthy test & measurement system allows for the combining of video information with data acquisition from thousands of channels. Both, rack and spatially distributed installation are possible. In addition to the data acquisition from a wide variety of analog sensors (and real-time calculations), the system supports buses like ARINC, IENA, CAN, AFDX, etc. To stabilize the power supply, the imc system is equipped with UPS. Furthermore, the telemetric signal transmission saves time. By means of PCM, selected data will be transmitted online to the control center on the ground.
For each model adjustment, that is, after refitting or retrofitting the aircraft for new markets, the manufacturer must undergo recertification. The scope of the recertification tests depends not only on the respective standards and norms, but also on specific customer requirements. LET-Aircraft Industries is using imc test and measurement systems due to their high flexibility, suitability for extreme climatic conditions, their support of the ARINC bus and because of imc’s powerful operating and evaluation software.
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