Angle of Attack Sensor for Small and Mid-Sized Aircraft
Released on: October 6, 2008, 1:39 am
Press Release Author: Bruel & Kjaer UK
Press Release Summary: Small and mid-size aircraft can now benefit from lower power requirements and smaller size of the 4239-01 angle of attack (AOA) sensors from SpaceAge Control.
Press Release Body: Designed specifically to meet the needs of commuter, business, and general aviation aircraft the 4239-01 AOA sensors provide: 100 W maximum power requirement (in-flight, continuous), 1 lb. (454 g) weight maximum, de-icing capability per TSO-C16A AND BSI 2G-135 (Section 8.7.2), electrical angle of -30 to +45 degrees, user-specified electrical angles optionally available and heated vane and sensor case.
The products are a direct off-shoot of the SpaceAge Control's 30+ year heritage in producing angle of attack sensors for flight test aircraft.
"Customers asked us to supply an airflow sensor designed with smaller size, lower weight and - most critically - lower power draw", stated Tom Anderson III, CEO. "To date, the 4239-01 product has exceeded the design requirements to include a brutal de-icing test."
Established in 1968, SpaceAge Control is an ISO9001:2000/AS9100B-compliant company, leading the air data and displacement sensing industries with stock and engineered-to-order products.
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About Bruel & Kjaer Bruel and Kjaer is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of sound and vibration solutions for use in a wide range of applications including: environmental noise measurements, building acoustics, vibration measurements and quality control for use in the automotive, aerospace and consumer industries, as well as by local authorities.
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