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Chelton EFIS Brochure
lntroducing The
World's First and Only
3-D Synthetic Vision EFIS
I t almost defies belief, but it's true. Your
I aircraft can now have a flight deck more
advancedthan the latest state-of-the-artairliner's.The FlightLogic'"
SyntheticVision EFlSfrom
Chelton Flight Systemsemploysbreakthrough
technologyto deliver never-before-possible
situationalawarenessand ground-breaking
automatedflight managementcapabilities.
And it's availablefor installationright now,
not yearsin the future.
The FlightlogicEFIScombinesadvancedHUD
symbologywith real-timeforward-looking 3-D
terrainto createa PrimaryFlightDisplaywith
capabilitiesunmatchedby any other product in
the world. The result is tremendouslyenhanced
awareness,unprecedentedsafety,and dramaticallyreducedpilot workload.
In testing this revolutionarytechnology over the
courseof 945 flights, NASAdocumentedan
85% reductionin FlightTrainingErrors(FTE),
which translatesinto a sevenfold
improvement in safety.
With the remarkablesituationalawareness
of the Flightlogic SyntheticVision EFIS,never
again will a momentarymiscalculation
needlesslyexposeyou to danger.Neveragain
will one of the leadingcausesof aviation
accidents-spatialdisorientation-rob you of
confidencein your instruments.Neveragain
will darknessor weather causeyou anxiety
as you fly an unfamiliarapproach.
3-D SyntheticVision
. Enablesyou to always"see" the terrain ahead
of and around your aircraftfor remarkable
situationalawareness,command,control,
and safety
o Eliminates
the uncertaintyof darknessand
weather to make everyflight sunny VFR
Highway-ln-The-Sky
o Createsa virtual 3-D skyway "tunnel" for all
enroute and instrument procedures-you
simplyfly your aircraft through the boxes,
which makesexecutingflight plansand
proceduresalmost effortless
o Easypush button flight planningto
any destination
. DesignateprecisionVFRapproachesto any
landingarea
Integrated System/HUD Symbology
. Reducesinstrumentscanto a singledisplay,
greatlyreducingfatigue
. Simplifiespanelfor fastel more confident
pilot responseunder all conditions
. Flight instruments,GPSWAAS, moving map,
terrain display,weather display,traffic display,
fuel totalize4 mastervoice warning, timers,
and more...allin one unified system
r Multiple,flexibleviewsto suit any flight
situation or pilot preference
. Built-inredundancyand solid-statereliability
o Fullautopilot support
Cost-Effective
. SatisfiesFAA TAWSrequirement for
turbine-poweredaircraft
. May actuallycost lessthan buying and
installing stand-alone, sing le-function
components
FAA Approved
. TSO'd
. STC'dfor
over 600
aircraft
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The FlightLogicsystem compiles
data from the Global Positioning
Satellite (GPS) network, aircraft
sensors,and onboard topographical
databases
to generateincredibly
accu"views" of your
rate, 3-dimensional
aircraft's
situation.Theseviewsaredisplayedin real-time
on hardened,
ultrabright LCD screenswith advanced
HUDsymbologyoverlaid.This prespicture
entsyou with a comprehensive
of youraircraftand its surroundings.
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Primary Flight Display
The cornerstoneof the FlightlogicEF|Sis the
revolutionaryPrimaryFlightDisplay(PFD).
The core conceptof the PFDis advancedHUD
symbologyoverlayinga real-timeforwardlooking3-D terrain display.The PFDcombines
input from an air data computer(ADC),a
solid-state
strap-downinertialAHR5
(Attitude/HeadingReferenceSystem),and a
GPSWAAS receiver,all of which are included
in the FlightLogicsystem.The PFDfeatures
flight path markersymbologywith highwayin-the-sky(HITS)for all departure,enroute,
and approachprocedures.
The flight path
marker,which displaysyour projectedflight
path, allowsyou to guide your aircraft
through the HITS(a 3-D seriesof "boxes" on
the screen)easily,safely,and accuratelyto the
destination.
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pitchexceeds
(PFD)
When
+l 25degrees,
thePrimary
Flight
Display
Designed
to eliminate
whiteout
/ brownout
accidents
inrotorcraft,
the
(UAR)
(patent
automatically
displays
theunusual
attituderecovery
pending)
mode.Tosrm- unique
hover
vector
displays
a "bulls-eye"
ringed
by
plifythescreen
andaidinthequickest
recovery,
andsurest
allnaviga- concentric
circles
ground
thatdelineate
15and30-knot
speeds.
A gray
tion,tenain
andobstruction
symbology
areremoved.
Theflightpath
dotindicates
thehelicopters
direction
andvelocity.
Thehover
vector
marker
isremoved
andthewaterline
isexpanded.
Theoitchlimitindica- appears
inplace
of theflightpathmarker
whenhelicopters
ainpeed
torremains
to provide
lowspeed
awareness
anda horizon
cue(asliver drops
below
30knots.
Bykeeping
thegraydotcentered
inthebulls-eye
of brown)
isalways
shown
to indicate
theclosest
direction
forreturn
thepilotneed
onlylower
thecollective
to safely
descend
ina straight
to straight
andlevelflight.Thedisplay
automatically
returns
to normal
at vertical
untiltheskids
touch
down.
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forprecision
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of oitch.
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work.
Multi-Function Display
The MFDcan show a varietyof functions
includingmovingmap,trafficand weather
(singlyor in combination),
a conventionalHSl,
flight display.The vector
and a reversionary
terrain,
color-coded
movingmap displays
weather and traffic
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data from a varietyof sources.A horizontal
projectedpath symbolextendingfrom the
noseof the aircraftsymbolshowsthe turning
groundtrack of the aircraftone minute into
the future.The map can be viewed in radar(full compassrose)
sweepor position-centered
format in either heading-upor North-up
orientation.Map scalerangesfrom 0.5 to 400
glide area-corrected
miles.The dead-stick
for turns,wind, terrain,airspeed,altitude,
and descentrate-is shown as a blue line
aroundthe aircraft.
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PFD
Toprovide
redundancy
forenhanced
safety,
theMulti+unction
(MFD)
Display
canalso
function
asa
reversionary
PFD
in
theunlikely
event
of a
Primary
FlightDisplay
failure.
Runway
Incursion
Protection
Allrunways
atthe
current
airport
are
shown
onthemoving
Traffic
Withtheoptronal
HSI/RMIiADF:
MFD
candisplay
a
conventional
HSIw/GS
aswellasdualRMi
andADI RMImaybe
overlard
onmoving
mapAutoiwitching
forTAWS
andtraffic
proleclt0n
en5ure
whennotviewing
the
movrng
map.
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borne
traffic
isdisplayed
onmoving
mapa50ram0n05.
Threatening
traffic
changes
t0 anamber
circle
andgenerates
a
visual
andvoice
warnrng.
m:n Prori<oCP(
positioning
and
real-time
mapdisplay
virtually
eliminate
the
possibility
of a runway
incursion
accident.
TSO'dlSTC'd For Over 4OO Aircraft
Recognizing
the urgencyof increasinggeneralaviationsafety,the FAA has issuedthe broadestTSO
and STCcertificationfor any avionicssystemever introduced.Underthe FAACapstoneproject,the
Flightlogic3-D SyntheticVisionEFIShas been approvedfor installationin over 400 aircraft-from
singleengine pistonsto sophisticated
light jets.
FAA Certifiedfor Your Aircraft, including:
Aerosta[ Baron,Bonanza,Citation501,King Air
90110012001300,
all Cessnasinglesand twins, all
Pipersinglesand twins, all Commanders,
MitsubishiMU-2,all Mooneys,PiaggioAvanti,
PilatusPC-12,TBM-700,and more.
Digital EFISLinksto Analog Autopilots
CheltonFlightSystemsFlightlogicEFISis fully
certified to be connectedto a wide variety of
analogautopilotsincludingSperry,Collins,
Honeywell,Bendix,S-TEC
and more.
Experience a Streamlined and More lntuitiue Panel
Citation 501
This4-screen
systemintegrates
all
flightinstruments,
movingmap,
terrain,weatherand trafficdisplay,
fueltotalizer.
timers.and moreinto
displays
that canbe scanned
with a
singleglance.Flightlogic
satisfies
the TAWSand RVSMmandates.
B ei c r e
Eetofe
King Air E90
This2-screensystemillustrates
how
Flightlogic
seamlessly
dovetails
with
package
an existinginstrument
whilegreatlysimplifying
the panel.
Cessna421
ThisCessna
421 panelwith
four screens
dramatizes
the clean,
uncluttered
flightdeckyou get with
EFlS
the Flightlogic
Befcre
Bell 206
Forhelicopters,
the simple,
providereal-time
intuitivedisplays
conformalterrainand obstacles
via
3-D Synthetic
Vision,Helicopter
TAWS,HITSnavigation
and NVG
compatibility.
3-D Synthetic Uision/Highway.ln.The.Sky
Mt. Jefferson, Oregon
Mt.Jefferon
rises
above
thehorizon
lineandthe
flightpathmarker
onrhePrimary
Flight
Display
(PFD),
warning
thatit rshiqher
thaniheairiraitS
altitude.
However;
ontheMulti-Function
Displav
(MFD),
theground
tracklubber
line(qreen
dotted
lineconnecting
theaircraft
symbol
aMthegreen
ground
trackdiamond
symbol)
indicates
thaithe
flightpathwillpass
safely
to theleft.With
accuracy
tolerances
of 7 meters
orless,
Flightlogic3
provides
Synthetic
Vision
situational
awareness
that
upuntilnowhasnever
beenfeasibre.
M-.
Meigs Field (CGX), Chicago,
Inaddition
to terrain
features,
theSynthetic
Vision
of theFlightlogic
system
alsodepicts
towers,
slructuresandotherman-made
obstacles.
Intheexampleat left,youcanseehowaccurately
theindrvidual
buildings
arerepresented-shown
pillars
asamber
inthe3-Dimage
(pFD)
ontheprimary
FlightDisplay
andredobstacle
symbols
ontheNavigatron
Display
of theMulti-Function
(MFD)--<onesponding
Dtsplay
precisely
totheactual
Chicago
skyline.
Theposition
andpitch
of thehorizon
areakodepicted
with
remarkable
accuracy
onthepFD.
TwolLSapproaches
to Runway
l7 werehandflown
byanexpenenced,
IFR-current
pilot.Theleftimage
depicts
h6flightpathusing
traditional
mechanicil
rnstruments.
Therightimage
shows
hisHjghtlogic
HITS
approach.
Bothapproaches
began
bysimular
ingtheVOR
transition
andprogresed
through
the
procedure
turnlo a missed
approach
atminimums
followed
bya missed
approach
anda single
circuit
of theholding
pattern.
Compare
thepre-ision
and
accuracy
of theFlightLogic
HITS
approach
to the
Instrumenfonly
path.
Integrated
Terrain Awareness and Warning (TAWSI System
In an effort to minimizeControlled
Flight Into Terrain(CF|T)accidents,
the FAA has mandatedinstallation
of TAWSon all turbine-poweredaircraft configuredwith six or more
passengerseatsin the U.S.Extensive
FAA and NTSBstudiesshow that the
installationof TAWSgreatly
improvesflight safety.
The FlightlogicEFtSprovides
TAWSfunctionalitythat meetsthe
requirementsof the FAA mandate.
The systemincludesClassC TAWSClassB and ClassA TAWSare
availableas options.Additionally,
Chelton'sEFISis the only system
in the world that provides3-D
terrain visualizationdirectlyon
the PrimaryFlightDisplay.
lf your aircraft is subjectto the FAA
TAWSmandate,turn to Chelton
for the most advanced
integrated solution
availabl e.
"Terrain.Terrain.
P u ll u p . P u ll u p . "
Alert and warning functions
provided by ClassB and C TAWS:
. Displayof Terrainand Obstacles
on both the PFDand MFD
. Forward Looking Terrain
Awareness(FLTA)
o PrematureDescentAlert (pDA)
o Excessive
Rate of Descent
o Sink Rate after Takeoff or Missed
Approach
o 500-foot Wake-up Call
Additional alert and warning functions provided for ClassA TAWS:
. Excessive
ClosureRateto Terrain
. Flightinto Terrainwhen not in
LandingConfiguration
o Excessive
Downward Deviation
from an ILSGlideslope