The Stabilized Glide Path Indicator, IVERA Model 650 is an equipment designed to provide helicopter pilots, especially in the final phase of landing on ship's flight deck, stabilized visual glide path indication, in order to make possible day and night landing in any condition of visibility.
This visual indication is done by means of a high precision optical device, which projects in the space a luminous cone divided into three colorful beams: red, green and amber.
The axis of the projected cone corresponds to the axis of the ideal approach path for the landing. The variation of the aircraft altitude in relation to this axis is indicated visually within the limits of one of the three colors: red, below the ideal approach path; amber, above the approach path and green, on the correct approach path for landing.
The system is composed of a Projection Unit installed on ship's open deck and a Remote Control Console installed in a below deck compartment
Operating temperature and humidity: MIL-STD-810F
Splash Proof Enclosure: MIL-STD-108E
Luminous intensity at maximum intensity: 30.000 candelas (minimum) in 8 intensity selection positions
Visualization envelope: 28º ± 0.5º in the horizontal plane | 16º ± 0.5º in the vertical plane
Visual range: The distance is 20% superior to the local meteorological visibility, for distances up to 2000 m
Dynamic electronic stabilization accuracy: ±10 minutes of arc deviation for sea conditions up to ±15º of pitch (peak to peak) with period of 5 seconds and up to ±20ºof roll (peak to peak) with period of 8 seconds Emergency mechanical stabilization accuracy: ±1ºdeviation for conditions of sea up to ±6º of pitch (peak to peak) with period of 5 seconds and up to ±10º of roll (peak to peak) with period of 8 seconds
Dimensions 1360 X 950 X 950 mm (Height x Width x Depth)
Weight 360 kgfv Stabillized Glide Path Indicator
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