TSCU-5045 Touch Screen Control Unit
- Latest generation avionics cockpit touchscreen
- Powerful processing and modular graphics solutions for substantial growth capability
- ScioTeq’s MOSArtTM middleware platform for hosting multiple software applications at different DAL levels (A to E)
- NVIS Class B compatibility
- 5.75" DZUS rack mountable
- Various bezel configurations possible
- Several control interfaces available (A429, RS-422, Discretes, …)
- Optional video interfaces
The TSCU-5045 belongs to the ScioTeq’s family of Touch Screen Control Units. Its 4"x5" (6.4") Multi-Function Display can act as a classic ARINC-739 interface while simultaneously enabling the integration of various cockpit functions such as virtual control panels, FMS, etc., reducing overall cockpit system costs and space requirements.
Through its powerful ARINC-653 based processing platform and ScioTeq’s MOSArtTM (Modular Open System Architecture) middleware, the TSCU allows customers to develop and integrate their own applications (e.g. virtual control panels, mission solutions, etc.) on this flexible platform.
The TSCU-5xxx is a family of products equipped with the latest generation touchscreens. Depending on the touchscreen option selected, it can be extended with a context based force sensor that enables software applications to respond to a desired force feedback in a specified region of interest, leading to a fluent interaction for the user while maintaining robustness against incidental touches and providing dissimilarity of touch inputs for increased redundancy.
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|Touch screen||Safe-guarded, NVIS compatible dual-touch digital resistive touchscreen (gesture capable)
(optional PCAP with/without force-sensing) (1)
|Bezel controls||4 momentary push buttons, 1 single rotary knob with push select, 1 On/Off button
Available with custom bezels (1)
|Brightness controls||ALS sensors, bezel control, or remote|
|Common Processor Module (CPM)||Freescale QorIQ P3041|
|Graphics processing||Graphics Processing Unit with up to 2 times M9 (Mobility Radeon 9000) performance
Integrity of the graphics solution segregated from any knowledge of the hosted applications
|RTOS||ARINC-653 Real Time Operating System|
|ScioTeq MOSArtTM open platform||Allows development and hosting of customer supplied, 3rd party or ScioTeq applications.
Can host multiple applications at different DAL levels simultaneously (A-E).
Development environment includes PC-based SIMphonyTM and on-target based solutions.
|Panel type||Active matrix LCD (normally black)|
|Panel active area||6.4" diagonal|
|Panel resolution||1024 x 768 (XGA)|
|Viewing angle||H: +/- 55°
V: +/- 35°
Can be tailored to program specific requirements, such as the addition of specific collimation to reduce canopy reflections, etc.
|Backlight||Multimode LED backlight|
|Luminance||0.1 up to 200fL (non-NVIS mode)
0.1 up to 3fL (NVIS mode)
Luminance stabilized over the life time and the complete temperature range of the display
|Sunlight readability||Contrast ratio >10:1 @ 10,000 fC|
|Front surface||AG / AR / AF (MIL C 14806 compliant)|
|NVG compatibility (optional)||MIL-STD-3009 Type I/II, NVIS Class B|
|Heater (optional)||Heater for display startup at extremely cold temperatures|
|Inputs/Outputs||A429, CAN, RS-422, Discretes , RS-485, RS-232, MIL-STD-1553 (optional), ARINC 825, IEEE-1394B, Ethernet, A708|
|Video||Analogue video output
Analogue video input (optional)
SMPTE-292/424 (HD-SDI) In/Out (optional)
|Power supply||28VDC, MIL -STD 704A|
|Power consumption||<65W @ 200fL (20C ambient)|
|Weight||<3.85 kg / 8.5 lbs|
|Dimensions||6.75" H x 5.57" W x 5.51" D (mounting depth including connectors), DZUS mounting|
|Built-in testing||PBIT / CBIT / IBIT|
|Software||RTCA/DO 178B up to Design Assurance Level B|
|Hardware||RTCA/DO 254 at Design Assurance Level B|
|Compliance||DO-160G; MIL-STD-810G & MIL-STD-461E|
|High temperature||+55°C operational / +70°C shorttime / +85°C ground survival|
|Low temperature||-45°C operational / -55°C ground survival|
Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking
The project leading to this application has received funding from the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 755477
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