ST3400

egpws1Description:
The industry's best-selling integrated TAWS for corporate, regional and air transport markets, the Sandel ST3400 is an integrated panel-mount system that outperforms cumbersome remote-mount TAWS systems that weigh and cost far more. A 3-ATI-size system that features a TAWS database, processor and oversized, high-resolution color display in a single unit, the ST3400 meets TSO C151b for both Class A and Class B requirements. Also incorporating RMI functionality, the ST3400 serves as a drop-in replacement for conventional RMI units, displaying terrain maps, topographic maps, navigation waypoint maps and TCAS data.
Operational benefits:
  • Complete FAA TAWS compliance
  • Meets Class A TAWS requirements for airlines and Part 135 operations
  • Meets Class B TAWS requirements for Part 91 operations
  • Full-time terrain display
  • Runway and waypoint overlay
  • Integrated TAWS computer and flat-panel display
  • RMI display
  • Highly reliable
Functional benefits:
  • Drop-in, 3-ATI form factor
  • Easy and inexpensive to install
  • Costs up to 50% less than other TAWS
  • No "happy boxes" required
  • Works with digital and analog avionics
  • A wide variety of FMS/GPS interfaces
  • TCAS I display option

TAWS Terrain Awareness and Warning System

egpws2Description:
Our TAWS Terrain Awareness and Warning System is designed to provide the pilot with increased situational awareness and reduce the possibility of accidents associated with Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT). The TAWS system takes aircraft state information from onboard sensors along with flight path intent information from our Flight Management System and combines these with its own internal worldwide terrain database. The resulting unprecedented “look-ahead” capability can provide warnings and alerts well in advance of potential hazards, allowing time for the pilot to make the necessary maneuvers or data corrections for terrain avoidance.
TAWS provides the pilot with hazard advisories along with real-time graphical displays of the terrain surrounding the aircraft dynamically displayed in three views: Map View as if looking down from above, Profile View as if looking from the side, and a unique 3-D Perspective View. These views are available on video-capable devices such as our MFD-640 Flat Panel Multi-Function Display and our FMS Control Display Units with 5-inch screens—both available for new and older aircraft alike. A Map View of terrain is available via ARINC 708/708A for radar displays.

MARK V SYSTEM NEW

egpws3Description:
EGPWS Computer 115 VAC
The computer utilizes primarily digital inputs to provide mode 1-6 alerts and warnings. The internal database comprises worldwide terrain, airports with runways greater than 3,500 feet and man-made obstacles within North America. With ARINC 429 inputs from an AHRS or IRS, the computer can also provide reactive windshear alerts and warnings for selected aircraft. Available in 28 VDC or 115 VAC, the computer meets TSO C-115a, TSO C-92c and TSO C117a.
Feature:
  • Weight: 7.0lbs/3.2kg
  • Power Required: 115vac (400Hz) 16 watts normal operation & 28VDC

MARK VI SYSTEM NEW

egpws4Description:
EGPWS Computer without internal GPS
Combines our extensive GPWS experience with state-of-the-art navigation, terrain database, and display technology to virtually eliminate Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT). Provides aural and visual display of threatening terrain, "look-ahead" warning based on terrain threat, windshear protection and alerting, altitude callouts, terrain clearance floor alerts for aircraft landing and approach configurations and bank angle alerts. Available for installation in turboprop aircraft with appropriate analog avionics.

MARK VI SYSTEM NEW

egpws4Description:
EGPWS Computer with internal GPS
Combines our extensive GPWS experience with state-of-the-art navigation, terrain database, and display technology to virtually eliminate Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT). Provides aural and visual display of threatening terrain, "look-ahead" warning based on terrain threat, windshear protection and alerting, altitude callouts, terrain clearance floor alerts for aircraft landing and approach configurations and bank angle alerts. Available for installation in turboprop aircraft with appropriate analog avionics.
Feature:
  • Weight: 4.5lbs/2.0kg
  • Power Required: 28 VDC

Mark VII SYSTEM NEW

egpws5Description:
EGPWS Computer, 115 VAC
The computer utilizes primarily analog inputs to provide Mode 1-6 alerts and warnings. The internal database comprises worldwide terrain, airports with runways greater than 3,500 feet and man-made obstacles within North America. The computer also provides reactive windshear alerts and warnings utilizing ARINC-429 inputs from an IRS/AHRS or synchro inputs from a bi-axial accelerometer. Available in 28 VDC or 115 VAC, the computer meets TSO C-115a, TSO c-92c and TSO C117a.
Feature:
  • Weight: 4.5lbs/2.0kg
  • Power Required: 28 VDC

MARK VIII SYSTEM NEW

egpws4Description:
EGPWS Computer without internal GPS
The computer utilizes primarily analog inputs to provide Mode 1-6 alerts and warnings. The internal, worldwide terrain database includes, airports with runways 2,000 feet and greater and man-made obstacles within North America. The non-ARINC sized box is available in 28 VDC only and with an optional, internal GPS card. Terrain display is available with compatible EFIS, Radar Indicators, FMS CUs or standalone indicators.
Feature:
  • Weight: 4.5lbs/2.0kg
  • Power Required: 28 VDC

MARK XXII NEW

egpws6Description:
EGPWS Helicopter Computer with Internal GPS
Designed specifically for single and multi-engine turbine helicopters. It utilizes a limited number of analog and digital inputs to provide Mode 1 - 6 alerts (cautions and warnings). It also provides automatice Auto-Rotation callouts after receiving information that the engines(s) have failed. Terrrain Alerting and IDsplay (TAD) provides the crew a graphic display of the surrounding terrain that is above or within 1500 feet below the aircraft altitude. Look-ahead Algorithm provide the ability to look ahead the aircraft and detect terrain aor obstacle conflicts with greater alerting time. Six regional internal databases are available and comprises terrain data (6 arc second where available), all publicly known airports and heliports, and man-made obstacles ( North America only at this time). The non-ARINC size box is available in 28 VDC only with an optional internal GPS card. The Helicopter EGPWS provides an output for the idsplay of terrain on a compatible EFIS, EFIS MFD, Radar Indicator, FMS CDU's or Standalone Indicators.
Feature:
  • Weight: 3.5lbs/1.6kg
  • Power Required: 28 VDC