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Aircraft Engine Analyser - Protection from Damage and Explosion

Almost all of the airplanes today being powered by turbofan engines, we can lay all our doubts to rest as far as reliability is concerned. They are designed to provide a trouble- free service through the years, but there always remains a question of ‘if’. When that occurs several thousands of feet up in the air, there remains nothing to do but pray. But, you could avoid that if you could diagnose engine malfunctions before you took flight. Not that an engine can’t start malfunctioning all in a sudden up above, but hints come aplenty when you are still grounded. With an advanced and accurate aircraft engine Data Analyzer and Management system, you can monitor the piston engines from your cockpit. It is a combination of a flight engineer, a


maintenance manager and flight-data backup system that saves you from facing midair explosions. The most advanced Electronic Data Management Systems have several features to assist the pilots during their flights. On one hand, they include built-in, pilot-programmable alerts, while on the other, provides engine diagnostics and records the data (for later reviewing by maintenance crews). These also come with a hands-free learning assistance and scalable EGT bars. Consider the aircraft engine analyzer an extension of your eyes in the cockpit. They are never tired and never fail to notice even a single flinch in the critical engine parameters. They always keep you updated on the engines’ RPM, manifold and oil pressure, Gyro Vacuum, voltages and amps and the rate of flow and pressure of the fuel, compression, air-fuel ratios and even ignition! The aircraft engine analyzer also helps you to fly a plane on the lean or peak sides by displaying the peak temperature for every cylinder, thereby allowing you to regulate fuel flow in every cylinder. Additionally, they allow for setting program alarms for

each of

the

individual functions (CHT,

EGT, EGT Gauges differential limit etc.), which is vital due to cylinders with varying operating ranges. The advantage of programming directly from the


face panel of the instrument in an easy and straight-forward manner is a boon to the pilots. Even

to

them

new

in

the

business and just a little help from the diagnostic manuals should be enough to operate on an aircraft engine analyzer. Usually,

an

aircraft

analyzer

shows

its

engine readings

through bar-graph displays, the advantage being it provides for an instant view of the enginehealth. If something comes up all in a sudden, it enables an instant switching over to a view that’s more

precise

and

focuses

particularly to that function. This data

is

downloadable

recordable to

and

computers

through USB cables and allows for getting straight into the problem without losing time on figuring out what’s wrong.


Aircraft engine analyzer protection from damage and explosion