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1 Flight Test Instrumentation of the Ohio University Delphin Turbo Jet For the Quarterly Review of the NASA/FAA Joint University Program for Air Transportation.

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1 1 Flight Test Instrumentation of the Ohio University Delphin Turbo Jet For the Quarterly Review of the NASA/FAA Joint University Program for Air Transportation Research Thursday January 10 th, 2002 Presented By: Jansen Litter Principal Investigator: Dr. Michael Braasch Avionics Engineering Center Ohio University, Athens Project Sponsor: Joint University Program

2 2 Purpose Application of integrated GPS/INS to high dynamic vehicles New equipment installed and tested for system reliability GPS data collection will begin when aircraft is flight ready Software development for the collection of INS data is on going

3 3 Flight Test Vehicle L - 29 Delphin High Altitude 11 km High Speed 354 knots Fully Aerobatic Flight Specs Taken From

4 4 Delphin Equipment Navigation Grade INS Unit Industrial Keyboard Industrial Flat Panel Display Novatel GPS Unit Tactical Grade IMU *The IMU will be integrated into the system at a later date

5 5 Project Development Initial equipment installation is nearly complete GPS data collection will begin when flat panel display is installed *Flat Panel Display is awaiting installation

6 6 System Configuration T1 and T1A are configured for low speed transmission JP4 1&2, 3&4 Jumpered JP51&2, 3&4 Jumpered 1 PPS output is PIN 2 of Novatel I/O connector

7 7 DB9 Power Output on PC V5. –12V9. Not Used 2. GND6. +5V V7. GND 4. GND 8. Not Used

8 8 DB25 for ARINC J1 on PC For Transmission (Tx) and Receive (Rx) “A-side” = HI “B-side” = LOW

9 9 Pin Out for DB25 1.T1A-B8. T2-B14. T1A-A20. T2A-A 2.T1-B9. GND15. T1-A21. T2-A 3.R2-B10. NU16. R2-A22. DSCR 4.R1-B11. NU17. R1-A23. NU 5.R4-B12. NU18. R4-A24. NU 6.R3-B13. NU19. R3-A25. NU 7.T2A-B

10 10 10 INS Data Collection System Power Specifications UnitVoltageCurrentPower INS115VAC/400 HZ 2A230W INS(Optional)28VDC10A280W INS Cooling Fan 28VDC PC VDC11A Max85W Max ADC28VDC350mA10W Max Monitor12VDC3.5A42W GPS6-18VDC2.8W(3.3W Max)

11 11 11 PC104 Power Distribution ComponentVoltageCurrentPower CPU Module5VDC2A(1.5A Max)10W CM102 Floppy5VDC125mA625mW CMT107 Hard- drive 5VDC1A max(fused)5W Network Card5VDC200mA1W Keyboard5VDC200mA1W GPS+12VDC235mA2.8W

12 12 12 PC104 Power Availability VoltageCurrentPower 5VDC12A60W +12VDC2A24W -12VDC500mA6W Maximum Power Output From PC104: 75W

13 13 13 System Schematic ADC Baro Return Baro Signal +5 Baro Excitation HLHL Output +28V GND Case GND Potentiometer

14 14 14 System Schematic Continued K4 K5 H L ADC Data VAC Chassis GND +28V +28V GND INS Unit H L Input H L Output Mode Select A8 A9 G7 G8 F1 ON (M1) Middle Insert Lower Insert Middle Insert

15 15 15 System Schematic Continued ARINC Card PC104 Initialization Data Serial Port 2 Serial Port V +5V GND +12V GND +12V Power Plug

16 16 16 System Schematic Continued +12V +12V GND Power Serial Port I/O 1 PPS Novatel GPS Receiver

17 17 17 Installed Equipment ADCInverter

18 18 18 Installed Equipment Continued Industrial Keyboard INS On Switch

19 19 19 Installed Equipment Continued Novatel GPS ReceiverControl Switches

20 20 20 Installed Equipment Continued Flat Panel Display Power Unit Industrial Flat Panel Display

21 21 21 Installed Equipment Continued GPS Antenna

22 22 22 Conclusion GPS Equipment has been installed and tested successfully GPS data collection is next phase of project INS data collection will start when software is complete.

23 23 23 Contact Information Principle Investigator:Dr. Michael Braasch Research Engineer:Curtis Cutright Research Associate:Jansen Litter


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