Model: CAS67A

Honeywell - TCAS II System
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 CAS-67A TCAS II System
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FEATURES
  • Traffic Alert & Collision Avoidance System
  • Functions include: Surveillance, Tracking, Collision Avoidance Computation & Resolution Advisory
    Display, Threat Potential Evaluation, Traffic Advisory Display, Aural Alert, and Air-to-Air Coordination
  • Provides safe separation between own aircraft and other aircraft equipped with Mode S,
    C or A/C transponders
  • Monitors airspace around it's "own" aircraft by interrogating an "intruder" aircraft's transponder
  • TCAS processor computes the range, differential altitude, bearing & closure rate of the intruder, the intruder data is then compared to it's own position and the potential for collision is determined
  • Categories intruders as Resolution Advisories (RAs), Traffic Advisories (TAs), Proximity
    Advisories (PAs), or non-threats
  • Provides voice message advisory alerts on the cockpit audio system & visual displays of traffic advisories (TAs) and collision resolution advisories (RAs)
  • Air-to-Air coordination occurs when a maneuvering data link is established with the intruder aircraft via the Mode S Transponders when both aircraft are TCAS II equipped, the data link ensures that the resolution advisories in both aircraft are coordinated and compatible
  • TCAS II equipment meets the environmental conditions of RTCA DO-160B/C/D
  • The CAS-67A TCAS II Systems components include a Processor, Top & Bottom Antennas, Display, Transponder & Control Unit
  • Detailed list of CAS-67A equipment (CLICK Here to View Diagram):
    • TPU-67A TCAS II Processor and CM-67A/CM-2000 Configuration Module
    • ANT-67A (Top Antenna)
    • ANT-67A (Bottom Antenna) or
      L-band Omnidirectional Antenna
    • Dual resolution advisory displays and a traffic display required:
      (2) IVA-81A / 81C / 81D Indicators or
      IVA-81B Indicator & Radar/Traffic display via GC-362A Processor
      or KAD-480T System & EFIS-40/50 MFD via Symbol Generator
    • MST-67A Mode S Transponder
    • KFS-578A / PS-578A / PS-550 Control
      or CD-674C Control
      or CTA-81A / 81D Control
      or RMS-555 Radio Management System
  • For more information on the CAS-67A system, see individual component details

 

 

 

CAS-67A System 1
- TCAS II System
Price Condition Delivery
CALL OR RFQ NEW OUTRIGHT RFQ
CALL OR RFQ SV OUTRIGHT RFQ

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

CAS-67A System 2
- TCAS II Enhanced System
Price Condition Delivery
CALL OR RFQ NEW OUTRIGHT RFQ
CALL OR RFQ OH OUTRIGHT RFQ

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

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Utilizing more than one antenna to improve the quality and reliability of radio signal is called antenna diversity.

Heavy and/or faster aircraft utilize top and bottom antenna configurations to eliminate the possibility of signal blind spots caused by shadowing. Lighter, slower general aviation aircraft typically only have 1 antenna and do not require antenna diversity. Although not completely uniform, the transmission pattern of a typical antenna provides adequate radiation above and below in relation to most GA aircraft even when the antenna is on the bottom of the aircraft.