ADSE 744

Pitot-Static tester / AoA tester
AoA testing has never been so easy
The ADSE 744 is the newest of our broad range of pitot and static testers.
This Air Data Test Set was specifically designed for the new-generation pitot tubes that integrate sensing probes, pressure sensors and powerful air data computer processing to provide all critical air data parameters including pitot and static pressure, airspeed, altitude, and angle of attack. This pitot static tester is designed primarily for flight line use to cover the testing of all barometric and manometric pressure instrument systems.

The AoA (Angle of Attack) channel behaves as a second Ps channel, in order to create a differential pressure between the 2 Ps channel, allowing it to perform simulations of different angles of attack. The large touch screen display, with on-screen help, enables all checks to be carried out easily on the flight deck or in the cockpit, by a single operator. The ADSE 744 is robust and housed in a mobile weatherproof case. An attached bag contains the pressure hoses and electrical cables.
Wide choice of pneumatic connectors available upon request.


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  Built-in pressure and vacuum pumps
  Liquid crystal color display with touch
  sensitive screen for operator instructions/help
  Remote control unit based on Windows
  CE tablet PC
  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
  Select pressure units: hPa; mb; in Hg; mmHg;
  ft; m; kts; km/h, ft/min; hm/min, Mach number

Diverse applications

The ADSE 744 is designed to perform Pitot and Static port tests on all aircraft types, including civil, military, fixed and rotary-wing aircraft and is designed primarily for Flight line use, to test all barometric and manometric pressure instrument systems.

Several options are available on the ADSE 744 Pitot-static test set, such as low-speed sensors for helicopters, gliders and drones and high-speed sensors for military aircraft, etc.…

Designed for the operator

The ADSE 744 has been designed to simplify pressure tests on the equipment fitted on the aircraft (altimeter, airspeed indicator, rate of climb indicator, air data computers…) either in the workshop, the hangar or directly on the tarmac. Thanks to the complete range of channels, the operator can isolate the various circuits without leaving the cockpit. In addition, the Angle of Attack (AoA) Channel behaves as a second Pt channel to create a differential pressure, allowing the user to perform the simulations.

A user-friendly tablet

The ADSE 744 is supplied with a wired or WiFi connected colour touchpad to give greater freedom to the operator. The user will manage the tests by manual input or use the pre-defined test sequences that can be programmed in the ADSE 744. As confirmed by many existing users, the HMI has been designed to be user-friendly, efficient and as straightforward to use as possible.

Designed to evolve into a diverse environment

The ADSE 744 Pitot Static Test Set is housed in a very rugged, weatherproof mobile box, designed to be taken directly to the aircraft, on the tarmac or in the hangar, to perform “in situ” tests on the aircraft equipment. The ADSE 744 allows the operator to carry out testing, even in complex working environments.

The Remote-Control Unit (RCU) can be connected via WiFi or cable to suit the working environment and the operator’s needs. The RCU is a Tablet PC fitted with a watertight touch-sensitive screen displaying the static (Ps) and total (Pt) pressure parameters and gives the operator greater flexibility to move around the aircraft during the test. Power to the ADSE 743 can be from 90/240V AC, from 50 to 400Hz.



Function Range Accuracy
Altitude -2,300 to 60,000 ft (-700 to 18,000 m)

± 3 ft at 0 ft (± 1 m at 0 m)

± 8 ft at 30,000 ft (± 3 m at 10,000 m)

± 32 ft at 60,000 ft (± 10 m at 18,000 m)

Altitude rate 100 to 6,000 ft/min (30 to 1,800 m/min) ± 10 ft or ± 1 % (±3 m or ± 1 %)
Airspeed (1) 0 to 800 kts (0 to 1,480 km/h)

± 0.5 kt at 50 kts (± 0.92 km/h at 100 km/h)

± 0.14 kt at 500 kts (± 0.26 km/h at 900 km/h)

± 0.07 kt at 800 kts (± 0.13 km/h at 1,480 km/h)

Airspeed Mach 0 to 4.0 Mach ± 0.0006 M at 0.8 M at 25,000 ft

± 0.0003 M at 1.7 M at 30,000 ft

Angle of Attack (2) ± 100 DhPa ± 0.20 DhPa
Static sensor (3) 72 to 1,100 hPa ± 0.13 hPa
Pitot sensor (3) 0 to 1,455 DhPa ± 0.30 DhPa
AoA sensor (3) 72 to 1,200 hPa ± 0.13 hPa

(1) Accuracy after Autozero function
(2) AoA options: ± 1,000 DhPa (± 0.35 DhPa) or ± 2,000 DhPa (± 0.40 DhPa)
(3) Different range & rate of sensors available on request or options

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.


•  Wifi Remote control in standard ( Std Remote control availble in the TDS )
•  Two nipples Staubli-M / AN-4 M
•  10 m Ps and Pt flexible hoses with connector AN-4 female /Staubli-M
•  5m AC cable
•  Color Tactile inteface V03
•  Plastic water-restant suitcase
•  Special bag for tubes and cables


Temperature Operating 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 540 x 220 x 470 mm (21 x 9 x 18.5 inch)
18kg (40 lbs)
Calibration Recommended period 12 months
Ease of use Wi-Fi remote control 8” color LCD touch screen
Integrated bag for cables and hoses
Ease of maintenance Maintenance limited to calibration, regular external cleaning


  Range on Pt: 350 kts
  Range on AoA: ± 1,000 or ± 2,000 DhPa
  EPR (Engine Pressure Ratio)
  Cabin Pressure
  Outflow Valve