Figure 1-12. AADS Dimensions.
generate electronic analog angle signals. The main internal
d a t u m s is automatically accomplished by the dowel fitted
volume of the neck is maintained at static pressure by the
use of sealed bearings at the gimbals.
i n s t a l I a t i o n by three bolts.
d. A A D S
Body. The AADS body consists of three
e. A i r T e m p e r a t u r e S e n s o r ( A T S ) . The ATS, which is
assemblies, the body and the plug assembly, the cover and
attached to the cover and the dowel assembly, draws in
dowel assembly, and the plate and connector assembly.
air through its trailing edge so that the platinum resistance
assembly) and a 22-pin electrical connector (part of the
water droplets, which are separated from the airflow by
plate and connector assembly) interface with the sensor
the inertial effect. Since water is separated out from
i n s t a l l a t i o n . The body has a reference mounting alignment
t h e flow of air over the element no ice formation occurs
o n the element. Ice formation on the leading edge of the
Mechanical alignment of the AADS with the helicopter
shroud has an insignificant effect on sensed temperature