This computer tells you when it's safe to launch and land a helicopter on board of a navy ship. It also advises on the best ships course to steer and speed to maintain. Increasing safety for both ship and helicopter during take-off and landing.
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|Display||Color LCD 1024x600 anti-glare|
|Display size||10.1 inch|
|Serial interface||4x RS232 - RS422|
|Copper LAN interface||Ethernet 10/100|
|Fiber optic LAN interface||Gigabit ethernet 1000|
|Power supply||115/230 VAC or 24 VDC|
|Power consumption||10 W|
|Electromagnetic interference (EMI)||MIL-STD-461C Class IV|
|Shock||30G in 11ms (i.a.w. MIL-STD-202)|
|Vibration||2 to 14Hz 0,25mm peak; 15 to 100Hz 0,20mm peak (i.a.w. IEC 6826)|
|Operating temperature||-5 to +60 degrees Celsius|
|Storage Temperature||-20 to +70 degrees Celsius|
|Humidity||0 to 95 percent non condensing|
|Salt fog||I.a.w. MIL-STD-810D|
This computer assists the Flight Operations Officer to decide when it's safe to land a helicopter on board a ship. Using input from the meteorological sensors and the ships heading, course and speed, it calculates if it's safe and when not advises the best heading and speed in order to get in a safe zone quickest.
It is a full military grade computer configurable for multiple helos. Pre-program the unit and in a flash you know if your ship is on the right heading or not.