ARINC 407 to ARINC 429 Converter

$2,595.00

The SAC7-35 is a ARINC 407 to ARINC 429 converter, The unit can operate as a ARINC 429 converter for many different parameters. This could also be used as a fuel flow converter, Please review the installation manual under documents and view the ARINC message line capabilty.

* The SAC 7-35 has two part numbers. The Part number 705548-01 supports ADS-B with the TDR94D and the Garmin Navigators.

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Description

The SAC7-35 is a ARINC 407 to ARINC 429 converter, The unit can operate as a ARINC 429 converter for many different parameters. This could also be used as a fuel flow converter, Please review the installation manual under documents and view the ARINC message line capabilty.

Canadian TAWS Information

Sandia Aerospace SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer has now been approved by Sandel for the Sandel ST3400 TAWS Class A display. The Sandel TAWS  and the Sandia SAC 7-35 solution also meets the new Transport Canada requirements for Enhanced Altitude Accuracy (EAA ) as referenced in the Transport Canada Advisory Circular for (TAWS) AC 600-003.

Transport Canada has already approved several solution of the Sandel ST3400 TAWS Class A display, integrated with existing compatible GPS receivers such as the Garmin GNS400/500 and GTN6XX/7XX Series Navigators with A dedicated and compatible Sandia Aerospace SAC 7-35.

STC # O-LSA13-016/D, Sandel ST3400 Class A TAWS , Sandia SAC 7-35

STC # SA12-78 Sandel ST3400 TAWS Class A, Sandia SAC 7-35

STC# O-LSA10-015/D, Garmin 430/530, TAWS, Dual  Sandia SAC 7-35

STC# O-LSA10-022/D, Garmin 430/530, TAWS, Dual Sandia SAC7-35

This is an ideal cost effective solution for Canadian Fix wing operators which not only meets current regulatory requirements, but also eliminates the risk/expense of future compliance costs for enhanced altitude accuracy by 2017. The SAC 7-35 Airdata Computer

Additional information

Weight 1.18 lbs
Dimensions 5.62 x 4.87 x 1.89 in
Version

705548-00, 705548-01

Q: What speed is the ARINC 429?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: High speed is the only supported speed.
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Q: Can the airspeed be field adjusted?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Yes, the instructions are located in installation manual.
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Q: Can the encoder be field adjusted?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Yes, the instructions are located in installation manual.
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Q: Why will the SAC 7-35-XX will not communicate during setup?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: 1) What kind of terminal emulator are you using? Hyper terminal is the most common used. (baud: 9600, bits:8, stop bits:1, parity: none) and connected to COM:1 port of the computer. 2) Bad DIN connector. 3) No ADC power. 4) Once the ADC is connected to the computer, cycle the power on the ADC and check for the configuration page on the computer screen.
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Q: Why does the configuration page look like science code with symbols?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Ensure the the Power connector and the DIN cable are the only ones connected, and then recycle power.
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Q: Will the fuel flow subtract the fuel that is returned to the tank?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: No, there is not a subtracter module available.
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Q: Should you use 429 or 232 with the Garmin International 430/530?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: Either, the choice is the installers. The difference is that the 232 does NOT support Baro correction.
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Q: Why is my Heading Off?
— Asked on November 28, 2014
A: There are 2 known reasons: 1)The synco is probably mis-wired. 2) You will need to have a peanut converter installed to boast the 26Vac 400hz. Mid Continent sells a unit to handle this issue.
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Q: What else can the SAC 7-35 convert to ARINC 429?
— Asked on December 5, 2014
A: See section 1.2.4.2 ARINC 429 High Speed Labels on Page 8 of the installation manual.
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