ADSE 741

Pitot-Static tester for laboratories and workshops
The ADSE 741 is a complete high performance three channel Ps, Pt and AoA stand-alone test bench specially designed to be used in a workshop or laboratory to test and calibrate all air data equipment such as altimeters, vertical speed indicators, air speed indicators, pneumatic AoA (Angle of Attack) indicators, MACH-meter, air data computers, specific probes and sensors.

The high precision embedded sensors enable the ADSE 741 to be used as a pressure standard.
The user interface is programmed using Windows® and Labview®, with a data base managed in a spreadsheet for easy evaluation, management, statistics and presentation.


•  Complete self check of set before use
•  High accuracy, high resolution
•  RVSM compliant
•  Programmable leak test
•  Programmable flight envelope to protect
  equipment under test

•  All four primary flight parameters displayed
•  Programmable (password write protected)
  test schedules – 24 programs available
•  Select pressure units: hPa; mb; in Hg; mmHg;
  ft; m; kts; km/h, ft/min; hm/min, Mach number

Ergonomic & Intuitive

The ADSE 741 is a complete 19” rackmount, three-channel Ps, Pt and AoA stand-alone test set designed to perform high precision control and calibration of altimeters, rate of climb indicators, airspeed indicators and air data computers. The ADSE 741 small size of 480x540x180 mm/19x21x4 inch saves space in the workshop and can easily be integrated into a test rack or flight test rig. The user interface is programmed under Windows® and Labview®, with a database managed in a spreadsheet format for easy evaluation, management, statistics and presentation.


This rackmount pitot-static tester is designed for test bench used in laboratories, workshops, or test rig integration for flight test simulation. Thanks to the Ps, Pt and Angle of Attack (AoA) channels, you can efficiently perform onboard instrument checks for altitude, airspeed, vertical speed and pneumatic AoA indicators, monitoring and adjustment. Like all of our other test sets, this instrument uses highly precise, proven and stable transducer technology.



Function Range Accuracy
Altitude -2,300 to 60,000 ft
(up to -4,000 ft to 100,000 ft optional)
±1.5 ft at 0 ft
± 4 ft at 30,000 ft
± 16 ft at 60,000 ft
Altitude rate Up to ± 6,000 ft/min
(up to ± 60,000 ft/min optional)
± 1%
± 1%
Indicated airspeed 10 to 800 kts
(up to 1000 kts optional)
± 1 kt at 50 kts (± 0.5 kts at 50 kts optional)
± 0.2 kt at 350 kts (± 0.1 kts at 350 kts opt.)
± 0.04 kt at 650 kts
Mach N° 0.1 to 4.0 Mach
(0.1 to 10 Mach optional)
± 0.001 M at 0.8 M/25,000 ft
± 0.002 M at 1.7 M/30,000 ft
Static sensor 30 to 1200 mbar 0.01% FS
Pitot sensor 30 to 3000 mbar 0.01% FS
AoA sensor 30 to 3000 mbar 0.01% FS

Measurement specifications in standard conditions

  On-going developments may cause a change in specifications without notice.
  Special developments may be considered on a case by case basis.


Temperature Operating -5°C to 50°C (23°F to 122°F)
Storage -20°C to +60°C (–4°F to 140°F)
(Extanded Range on-demand)
Power supply 90/240V AC from 50 to 400Hz
Housing Completely weatherproof, meets EMC requirements MIL STD 462D
Dimensions 339 x 295 x 152mm (13.3 x 11,6 x 5.9 inch)
6kg (13.2 lbs)
Calibration Recommended period 12 months
Ease of use Wi-Fi remote touch screen LCD colour
Integrated bag for cables and hoses
Ease of maintenance Maintenance limited to calibration, regular external cleaning


  IEEE488 digital interface
  Ps & Pt outlet at the back of the bench
  Vertical housing
  Low range Pt sensor: 350 kts max for better accuracy
  Pneumatic connectors JIC 37 (AN4) or Staubli