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Model: DPU-84

Collins Aerospace - Display Processor Unit
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DPU-84
FEATURES
  • Provides sensor input processing and switching, necessary deflection and video signals, and power for the EFD-84 Displays used in the EFIS-84 System
  • Normally drives two Electronic Flight Displays (EFD) with different deflection and video signals (e.g. EADI/EHSI)
  • Provides backup drive for cross-side EFDs in the event of a failure of the cross-side DPU
  • Provides high temperature warning output that can drive external annunciator
  • Version with GPS Approach capability (-004)

 

SPECIFICATIONS
FAA TSO: C3b, C4c, C6c, C34c, C36c, C40b, C52a Environmental: F2/A/MNO/ XXXXXXAZAAA
Weight: 14.1 lbs. Size: 5.08"W x 7.67"H x 14.65"L
Power Input: 2.4 amp typical, 3.7 max Cooling: Forced-air cooling required
Part NumberDisplay Processor Unit Description:
622-9682-001 No info available
622-9682-002 Original production version
622-9682-003 No information available
622-9682-004 Current production version with GPS approach capability


PLEASE NOTE:
THE ABOVE LISTED PART NUMBERS REFLECT THE DIFFERENT UNITS ORIGINALLY AVAILABLE BY THE MANUFACTURER AND DO NOT NECESSARILY INDICATE OR REFLECT THE CURRENT AVAILBILITY OF THESE DIFFERENT UNITS BY SOUTHEAST AEROSPACE OR THE AFTERMARKET

 

622-9682-004
- Display Processor Unit
Price Condition Status
$3,950.00 SV EXCHANGE STOCK
$5,400.00 SV OUTRIGHT STOCK
622-9682-002
- Display Processor Unit
Price Condition Status
REQUEST SV EXCHANGE REQUEST
REQUEST SV OUTRIGHT REQUEST
REQUEST NEW OUTRIGHT REQUEST

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