To help you meet the ADS-B Mandate, Applied Avonics now offers ready-to-ship VIVISUN® annunciators in three common configurations.
Single-bit, ARINC 429 Converter
inside a VIVISUN® Annunciator
We are proud to be recognized as a Silver Honoree in the Military & Aerospace Electronics 2016 Innovators Awards program. The company received the award for its’ NEXSYS® LOGIC Component Technology and it’s application in avionics system-to-system integrations.
A 20 second power up delay occurs following activation of mission power assuring primary avionics systems have completed power up and have stabilized before auxiliary systems power up. The auxiliary systems depend upon the stability of primary systems for calibration and correct power up.
Eliminate the need for a mechanical switch guard on an aircraft door control switch. The door open switch contacts must be held closed for 2.5 seconds to activate the opening process. Inadvertent contact with the switch for less than 2.5 seconds is will be ignored.
A Solid State Relay is used to perform the function of a traditional dropout relay. The components transition from normally closed (NC) to open (high impedance) and uses the change of state to illuminate a separate indicator message. Additional components may be included to increase functionality.
This circuit detects a fuel tank over fill condition. When an over fill occurs a limit switch trips and a blinking advisory is initiated. The Blink mode continues until the over fill is corrected resetting the limit switch. The circuitry for this system is self-contained in a single indicator body.
The system allows the attendant to request an intercom call but only the flight deck can activate or cancel the call. ATC Com is allowed to override an internal call and the cabin has an emergency call option with a visual call indication on the flight deck.
Functional components including latching flip-flops, solid state relays, digital-to-analog signal converters, Boolean logic gates, voltage sensors, pulse/timers, electronic rotaries, diodes and terminal blocks can be combined to create over 1,000,000 possible configuration options in a small form factor enclosure offering unparalleled design flexibility.
" I was able to use LOGIC Component Technology to create products for my customers that exceeded their expectations, while saving space, weight, time and money and increasing reliability. "
– Able Z., Electrical Design Engineer
" The biggest advantage to using LOGIC Component Technology is the reduction of bill of materials and less production time during terminations. "
– Jim K., Avionics/Electrical Engineer
" I was able to use the innovative LOGIC Component Technology to deliver a solution to our customer which saved weight, critical flight deck real estate, and power requirements which are always a concern when adding new avionics systems. "
– Jeff O., Electrical Engineer
" The product worked flawlessly the first time around. LOGIC Component Technology equipment allowed us to provide a working solution to an otherwise insurmountable problem. "
– Mike W., Lead Engineer
" I was able to solve a problem that arose late in the testing phase using LOGIC Component Technology. The robust, lightweight and configurable design allowed for a design change that was quickly implemented and with minimal impacts to the aircraft or schedule. "
– Paul R., Electrical Systems DER
" By using LOGIC Component Technology, the development of specific electronics and software was avoided, enabling the solution to be quickly tested, certified and delivered with minimal risk. "
– Alexandre C., Technical Specialist, Avionics