Wed, Mar 31, 2004
During a packed new product
introduction gathering at AEA 2004, Shadin Co., Inc. introduced a
new Air Data/Attitude and Heading Reference System (ADAHRS). The
ADAHRS is a combined AHRS and airdata system with an add-on Fuel
Flow Interfacing Unit housed in the smallest possible package (7.5"
L x 3.9" W x 4.3"H).
This system is designed
for use with any EFIS with ARINC Interface. The units fuel flow
interfacing is designed to work with most popular fuel flow
Shadin's ADAHRS is comprised of 3 main components:
- airdata computer,
- altitude sensor,
- remote magnetic field sensor
This stand-alone AHRS system will incorporate fuel flow
functions and RVSM capability at a reasonable price for general
aviation. Because of its micromachined construction and Kalman
filter enhancements, this system offers no warm up time, superior
reliability, and enhanced accuracy.
The ADAHRS is scheduled to be available 3rd Quarter, 2004.
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