ADSE 715 RS STATIC TESTER FOR LABORATORY AND WORKSHOP

It can test virtually all altimeters

The ADSE 715 is a complete high performance single pressure Ps stand-alone test bench specially designed to be used in the workshop or in the laboratory to test and calibrate all air data equipment such as altimeters, vertical speed indicators, air data computers …) and sensors. The high precision embedded sensors enable the ADSE 715 to be used as a pressure standard. The user interface running on a PC connected through USB link is programmed underWindows® and Labview®, with a data base managed in a spreadsheet for easy evaluation, management, statistics and presentation.

ALTIMETERS TESTING

VERTICAL SPEED INDICATORS TESTING

AIR DATA COMPUTERS TESTING

PRESSURE SENSORS TESTING

ALTIMETER’S WATCH TESTING

ADSE715

rvsm-compliant

 

  • Complete self check of set before use
  • High accuracy, high resolution
  • RVSM compliant
  • Programmable leak test
  • Programmable flight envelope to protect equipment under test
  • Programmable (password write protected) test schedules – 24 programs available
  • Selectable pressure units: hPa; mb; in Hg; mmHg; ft; m; kts; km/h, ft/min; hm/min, Mach number


Internal Pump: 60.000 ft – 6.000 ft/min (Volume dependant)
Bigger Pumps: Altitude 100.000ft
19” 4U housing
Alticoder sensor

Temperature range Operating -10° to 50°C (14° to 122°F)
Storage -20° to +60°C (–4° to 140°F)
Power supply 90/240V, 50 to 400Hz AC, 150VA
Case
370x320x250 mm (14.6 x 12.6 x 9.8 inch), 7kg (15 lbs)
Calibration
Recommended period 12 months
Ease of use
Windows human/machine interface
Program script
Easy programming of test reports
Ease of maintenance
Modular design permitting ease of accessibility to
mechanical assemblies and electronic components

Function Range Accuracy
Altitude -2,300 to 15,000ft
(up to -4,000ft to 80,000ft optional)
±1.5ft at 0ft
± 3ft at 15,000ft
± 12ft at 50,000ft
Altitude rate
Up to ± 6,000ft/min ± 1%
Static sensor
30 to 1200 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