Bruel & Kjaer UK Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Angle of Attack Sensor for Small and Mid-Sized Aircraft.
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.
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.
For more information about SpaceAge and its products, please contact: email@example.com
About Bruel & Kjaer
Brüel & Kjær 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. Today Brüel & Kjær has 900 employees and sales offices in 55 countries. Brüel & Kjær is a subsidiary of UK-based Spectris plc. (www.spectris.com). Spectris has annual sales of approximately £656m and employs around 6000 people worldwide in its 15 business units.
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