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Part #: 7003430-902

Model: ED-600

Honeywell - EFIS Display
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7003430-901
- EFIS Display
Price Condition Delivery
$12,500.00 OH OUTRIGHT VIEW STOCK
$9,500.00 OH EXCHANGE VIEW STOCK

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

7003430-902
- EFIS Display

NSN: 6615-01-421-7368

Price Condition Delivery
$9,500.00 OH EXCHANGE VIEW STOCK
$12,500.00 OH OUTRIGHT VIEW STOCK

SEA Repair Capabilities: No

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Most original EFIS tubes include older tube technology with a high voltage power supply (HVPS) and a CRT (cathode ray tube). Because units with CRTs can operate at high voltages they can be susceptible to significant failure. When failures in the power supply occur, they usually must be replaced. The failure can lead to problems in the CRT assembly itself as well.

In most cases, SEA exchange prices reflect the assumption that the HVPS will need to be replaced in the defective unit. Based on SEA’s historical data, approximately 75% of defective EFIS indicators will need to have the HVPS replaced but not necessarily the CRT. However, in most cases where the CRT must be replaced, then the cost is more than a replacement unit thus rendering the defective unit beyond economical repair (BER).
Most original EFIS tubes include older tube technology with a high voltage power supply (HVPS) that heats a CRT (cathode ray tube). Because units with CRTs can operate at high voltages they can be susceptible to significant failure. When failures in the power supply occur, they usually must be replaced. The failure can lead to problems in the CRT assembly itself as well. In most cases it is most cost effective to replace the unit with another serviceable unit when either the CRT or HVPS fail. In addition, the CRT is subject to screen burn in and needs to be replaced in order to be certified for use on an aircraft. Most manufacturers allow around 25% burn in before the CRT must be replaced.