Flight Data Acquisition

Aircraft and engine information is collected from sensors throughout the aircraft and moves it into a processor where it is stored. For legacy engines an aircraft data acquisition system (ADAS) box is required. For those engines with Electronic Engine Controls (EEC’s) with diagnostic capabilities, a Data Collection Unit or Engine Diagnostic Unit already exists in the engine with no additional engine hardware required to auto record critical aircraft turbine engine parameters.

Detailed below are the features monitored by the various systems available.

Features Monitored
Turboprops
Turbofans
Turboshafts
ITT (Turbine Temp)
ITT (Turbine Temp)
ITT (Turbine Temp)
N1/Ng (Gas Gen, Comp Speed)
N1 (Gas Gen Speed)
N1 (Gas Gen Speed)
WF (Fuel Flow)
N2 (Power Turbine Speed)
N2 (Power Turbine Speed)
Oil Pressure
WF (Fuel Flow)
Tq (Torque Pressure)
Oil Temperature
Oil Pressure
Rotor Speed
Air Speed
Oil Temperature
WF (Fuel Flow)
OAT
 
Oil Pressure
Altitude
 
Oil Temperature
 
 
Air Speed
 
 
Altitude
 
 
OAT
 
 
Bus Voltage
 
 
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P&WC DPHM Sales Contacts

Robert Winchcomb
Business Development Manager
robert.winchcomb@pwc.ca

Raymond Arseneau
Sales & Marketing Manager
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