|ATR 72-500/ ATR 42-500 FNPTII for Sale|
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|Tuesday, 24 July 2012 04:56|
Engine Model: PW120/PW124B/PW127E/PW127
Level of Device: JAR STD 2A FTD Level2/ JAR STD 3A FNPT II MCC
The FFT consists of a re-configurable cockpit replicating the required ATR 72/42 aircraft configurations mounted on a subframe, and encompassing an instructor facility. The cockpit replica contains the pilot and copilot seats, aircraft controls, circuit breakers and instruments. Electronics systems, power supplies and force feel units are located out of sight, in the `nose' of the cockpit structure and in a single off board electronic cabinet. The instructor's facility is large enough to accommodate two persons and is located aft of the cockpit, with the floor of the instructor's facility at the same level as the cockpit floor. This enables the instructor and/or observer to easily move into a position immediately aft of the trainee crew for direct interaction.
FFT includes the following advanced simulator components as listed below :
The interior of the flight compartment conforms with the contours and dimensions of the aircraft. The FFT cockpit replicates the aircraft flight compartment from the CB panels aft of the pilot seats to forward of the rudder pedals. Included is the left and right side consoles, center pedestal, Captain and First Officer seats, flight controls, main instrument panel and glareshield. Windows, linings and overhead quarter sections will be non-aircraft representations. The flight compartment is housed in a structurally reinforced fiberglass cockpit shell.
Control levers in the flight compartment are provided and move through a similar range of motion as is available in the aircraft. The forces required to move them are within the tolerances specified in JAR STD 2A level II, and therefore are compliant as well to JAR STD 3A level II MCC. Similarly, relevant instruments, indicators, push-buttons and switches in the compartment are operable.
The proposed FFT can be easily installed in a standard room which dimensions are listed here below :
Trainer Weight and Measures, Power Requirements:
General dimensions of the proposed FSTD are :
Power requirements are :
A total of 4 grounded, 240 VAC circuits are required, each providing Line, Neutral and earth ground. (2 lines with 10A capacity are required for cockpit and visual system power distribution, 1 line rated at 10A for the control loading units, and 1 line rated at 10A for the computer cabinet). Each phase should be equipped with a 15 amp circuit breaker.
The connection to the AC mains is to be provided by the Purchaser and must be either a direct connection or a supplied plug and socket. The connection to the mainsis not included as part of the installation and should be performed by a qualified electrician.
The FFT is designed for installation and use in any standard, air-conditioned office environment :
F Note: Cockpit ventilation uses room ambient air, therefore room temperature should be maintained at a comfort level conducive to proper instructor/student performance.
The temperature needs to be maintained at a constant level (no large temperature swings within 24 hour period) to avoid convergence and drift problems with the visual projection system.
The fully equipped device and all accessories represent a total power consumption of 7 KVA under typical operating conditions.
ATR commercial proposal includes :
The FSTD is sold in a serviceable condition
The FSTD and associated equipment will be delivered ex work Bangalore (India) disassembled and packaged. Purchaser will be responsible for transportation, customs clearance when importing the equipment and installation.
ATR will cover customs clearance when exporting the equipment from Bangalore.
Upon request, ATR can provide a Commercial Offer for FSTD installation and RFT (ready for training) support.
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