New APLMS Advanced Power load Management Systems TE Connectivity at Paris Air Show 2011 1006117

 

Paris Air Show le Bourget 2011
International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition
Paris - France

20 - 26 June 2011
 
APLMS from TE Connectivity at Paris Air Show / Le Bourget 2011
 

Friday, June 10, 2011, 05:32 PM

 
New APLMS Advanced Power load Management Systems TE Connectivity at Paris Air Show 2011.
 
 
TE Connectivity (TE) introduces the new Advanced Power Load Management System (APLMS) that has been designed by combining software and embedded microcontrollers to answer the rising need of small aircraft for automated power via data bus communication and control. TE will be featuring this technology at their booth at the Paris Air Show on June 20–26, in Hall 2B, Stand 52 (TE at Paris Air Show 2011).
     

TE Connectivity (TE) introduces the new Advanced Power Load Management System (APLMS) that has been designed by combining software and embedded microcontrollers to answer the rising need of small aircraft for automated power via data bus communication and control. TE will be featuring this technology at their booth at the Paris Air Show on June 20–26, in Hall 2B, Stand 52 (TE at Paris Air Show 2011).

     

The APLMS provides automated electrical load management that reduces the burden on the flight crew to oversee the health and status of the electrical network. The advanced system is able to make decisions and can reconfigure the electrical system to restore electrical power in the event of a power failure or wiring faults. The system can monitor a variety of power qualities and intelligently execute load shedding and fault isolation functions, all while providing the necessary status updates to the pilot and flight crew.

The APLMS offers affordable, intelligent power management to smaller civil and regional aircraft and also electric military vehicles.

 

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