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Company: Airflair Ltd
ARINC 429 runs at one of two speeds – 100KHz or 12.5 Khz (nominal). But, the Russians have created an 'ARINC 429 like' standard, which operates at ~ 50KHz. Our customer needed to convert the 50 Khz 'Russian ARINC' to standard high speed ARINC 429, so that their existing test rig would accept it. Our solution all fits in this very small enclosure.
Company: Avionics Interface
AIT's ARINC 429 hardware modules for PXI, PCI, VME, and VXI provide advanced features and functionality to support even the most demanding test and simulation applications.
Company: The Goebel Company
Our Goebelyzer analyzer systems offer unparalleled insight into bus data and are used in flight test, system simulation, LRU design, verification and manufacturing test. Supported Interfaces Arinc 664, ASCB-D, Honeywell Flight Controls P2P, Arinc 429, CAN2.0b, Mil Std 1553, RS 422 SDLC/Async, ADC
Company: Andor Design
The CIC429 is a full featured, high performance Serial bus Simulator Analyzer Tester developed by Andor Design for test and simulation of ARINC 429 or similar Avionic buses. The CIC429 is designed as a 5/8 size plug-in card for an ISA bus. An on board microprocessor off loads the host by organizing the data in a predefined structure in the dual port RAM. Programming the CIC429 consists of changing this data, which can be done on the fly for real time applications
Company: Tech-Aid Products
This panel was designed to give the avionics shop the capability to test and troubleshoot many of the GPS, GPS/COMM and FMS units on the market today. Breakout jacks are provided for both analog and digital signals that need to be monitored or simulated. A data port update jack is provided as well as Arinc 429 and RS232 loopback switches. Switches for Gillham altitude are provided as well as fuel flow adjustments. An array of annunciators and configuration switches are also provided to verify those outputs and inputs. Optional UUT configuration overlays also availabl