EVERETT, Wash., July 16, 2010 — Esterline Control Systems shipped the first flight-worthy production unit of its completely redesigned Korry KDM-340 3ATI display module on June 30, 2010, it was announced today by Dan McFeeley, president of the operating unit for Korry controls and displays.
The new 3ATI display module is designed for all markets, including commercial and military aviation, and can be supplied with options such as an AMLCD heater or NVIS B compliance for night-vision cockpits. It has been engineered for high performance, including:
The Korry 3ATI display meets the recommended performance for aviation displays and delivers high and stable luminance, an excellent color gamut, and a super-wide contrast ratio. The Korry group at Esterline Control Systems is ready to help integrate its 3ATI module into an LRU and provide full support for FAA or EASA certification.
The 3ATI form factor, with a panel cutout of just over 3 inches square, is defined by ARINC 408A (Air Transport Indicator Cases and Mounting) and is one of the most prevalent instrument footprints in commercial and military aviation, both for new equipment and legacy installations. High-performance display solutions for the 3ATI footprint represent significant technical challenges precisely because of the compact packaging required.
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