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VIAVI PSD60-2R

The PSD60-2R Fuel Quantity Test Set is an accurate, stable unit designed to test AC capacitance type fuel quantity measurement systems and their line replaceable components. The PSD60-2R, along with aircraft-specific interface units or cables*, provides complete capability to test most aircraft with AC capacitance systems.


The PSD60-2R performs these functions:



  • Measurement of total tank capacitance, individual tank units and compensators

  • Simulation of capacitance for indicator calibration

  • Simulation of compensator capacitance value for dry calibration

  • Measurement of the insulation resistance of tank units and aircraft harness

  • Measurement of coax center conductor to shield for fault isolation

  • Display of capacitance resolution to 0.00 pF for accurate individual tank unit test¬ing (to 199.99 pF)


Key Features:



  • Compatible with AD 98-20-40 & AD 99-03-04 compliant aircraft (Mod 6 and above)

  • Modular design for high reliability and low maintenance

  • Closed box calibration using front panel controls - performed annually

  • Battery powered with percent of charge displayed

  • Maintenance codes displayed to aid in troubleshooting

  • Distance-to-Fault (DTF) Mode determines the "length" of the wire or the approximate distance to a break in the wire or shield

  • Large selection of aircraft specific interface cables readily available


Versions:



  • 693 PSD60-2R AC Universal Fuel Capacitance Test Set


Aircraft specific interface cables are required and must be purchased separately.


Standard Accessories:



  • 58345 Cable GND Fuel Quantity (55-7002-00)

  • 75322 Operations Manual and CD

Availability: 4-6 weeks

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Specifications

Technical Specs

  • Weight 12 lbs (5.4 kg)
  • Width 14 in (35.6 cm)
  • Height 6.5 in (16.5 cm)
  • Depth 10.6 in (26.9 cm)
  • Power 27 V, 150 mA maximum
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