Two pieces mean one flexible solution
The two-piece design of the GH-3900RSU gives aircraft designers and avionics installers the greatest possible flexibility when it comes to its location. Utilizing a two-part system design that separates the display from the sensor array, the 1.5-inch-deep unit can be installed almost anywhere behind the aircraft's panel, even in areas with limited space.
The GH-3900RSU, which houses rate/level sensors, air data transducers and optional accelerometers, delivers attitude, altitude, airspeed and navigation data to the high-resolution wide-screen DU-42 display, ensuring pilots will have the critical information they need in case of main instrument system failures. Heading data is also available using an ARINC 429 source or the L3Harris MAG-3000 magnetometer.
User defined display configurations
The GH-3900RSU allows the avionics installer to easily define data I/O interface, Static Source Error Correction (SSEC) and Velocity Maximum Operation (VMO) values, along with customizing the display parameters to meet individual requirements.