VAM - (Ice Accretion Meter)

VAM - (Ice Accretion Meter)

Brief Description: The Vernier Ice Accretion Meter is a twin bladed vernier, mounted externally on an aircraft to assist the operating crew to determine the severity of icing experienced on the airframe. The blades are illuminated to allow use with nightvision goggles and can be heated to melt any ice formed. Performance: The blades are parallel to the direction of flight and are scribed / engraved with sight lines and graduations which allow the observer to determine the thickness of ice built up on the airframe. Ice build up is measured in mm. The unit is fitted with switchable heater elements in the blades to melt ice formation as required. The blades are illuminated to allow use at night and with night vision goggles. For more information visit - http://www.atl.aero/products/vam

ATL (Aviation Traders Limited)

Stand:
  • B51
ATL, are EASA, Part 21J, and MoD DAOS approved for structural, and avionics design. ATL are proven in the certification of Livery’s, LOPA’s, Seat/Galley/Toilet, IFE, NavComms, FMS, TCAS, EGPWS and Q...ATL, are EASA, Part 21J, and MoD DAOS approved for structural, and avionics design. ATL are proven in the certification of Livery’s, LOPA’s, Seat/Galley/Toilet, IFE, NavComms, FMS, TCAS, EGPWS and QARs. ATL provide a complete solution including Design, Test, Certification See us on stand B51, or visit our website www.atl.aero More

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