Garmin PAV80 Car Stereo System User Manual

9800 Martel Road
Lenoir City, TN 37772
PAV80
High-fidelity Audio-Video
In-Flight Entertainment System
With DVD/MP3/CD Player
and Radio Receiver
STC-PMA
Document P/N 200-800-0101
Revision 5
February 2004
Installation and Operation Manual
In certified aircraft, warranty is not valid unless this product is installed by an
Authorized PS Engineering dealer.
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Table of Contents
SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................................ 1-1
1.1 INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................... 1-1
1.2 SCOPE ............................................................................................................................. 1-1
1.3 EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION ..................................................................................... 1-1
1.4 APPROVAL BASIS (PENDING) ..................................................................................... 1-1
1.5 SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................... 1-2
1.6 EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED ............................................................................................. 1-3
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT............................................................................................................. 1-4
PVA802 INSTALLATION KIT (250-802-0100) .......................................................................... 1-4
1.7 EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BUT NOT SUPPLIED .................................................... 1-4
1.8 APPROVED AUDIO SYSTEMS................................................................................... 1-5
1.9 LICENSE REQUIREMENTS ....................................................................................... 1-5
SECTION II - INSTALLATION........................................................................................ 2-1
2.1
2.1.1
2.2
2.3
2.3.1
2.3.2
2.3.3
2.3.4
2.4
2.4.1
2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.9.1
2.10
GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................ 2-1
SCOPE ........................................................................................................................... 2-1
UNPACKING AND PRELIMINARY INSPECTION ................................................................ 2-1
EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION PROCEDURES .................................................................... 2-1
COOLING REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................. 2-1
MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS........................................................................................... 2-1
MOUNTING RACK INSTALLATION .................................................................................. 2-2
CONNECTOR ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................ 2-3
CABLE HARNESS WIRING ............................................................................................... 2-4
NOISE ............................................................................................................................. 2-4
POWER ............................................................................................................................ 2-5
BACKLIGHTING .............................................................................................................. 2-5
ANTENNA ....................................................................................................................... 2-5
AUX ENTERTAINMENT AUDIO AND AUX ENABLE ........................................................ 2-6
UNIT INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................ 2-6
PVT801 DISPLAY INSTALLATION: ................................................................................. 2-6
OPTIONAL PVA802 VIDEO DISTRIBUTION AMPLIFIER INSTALLATION .................. 2-6
INTERNAL ADJUSTMENTS ............................................................................................... 2-7
POST INSTALLATION CHECKOUT ................................................................................... 2-7
SYSTEM CHECKOUT ....................................................................................................... 2-7
FINAL INSPECTION......................................................................................................... 2-8
SECTION III OPERATION ............................................................................................... 3-1
3.1 SCOPE ............................................................................................................................. 3-1
3.2 OPERATING CONTROLS................................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.1 POWER/VOLUME CONTROL (1) ...................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.2 ▲ STOP/EJECT BUTTON (2) .......................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.3 ► PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (3)......................................................................................... 3-1
3.2.4 THE ►► BUTTON (4) ................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.5 THE MODE KNOB (5)...................................................................................................... 3-2
3.2.6 THE ◄◄ BUTTON (6) .................................................................................................... 3-2
3.3 DISPLAY OPERATION....................................................................................................... 3-3
3.4 REMOTE OPERATION ...................................................................................................... 3-4
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DISPLAY DIMMING (7) ..................................................................................................... 3-5
SECTION IV- WARRANTY AND SERVICE.................................................................. 4-1
4.1
4.2
WARRANTY ...................................................................................................................... 4-1
FACTORY SERVICE .......................................................................................................... 4-1
APPENDIX A – MP3 CREATION ..................................................................................A
5.1
CREATING MP3S FROM AN AUDIO CD..............................................................................A
APPENDIX B – INSTALLATION DRAWINGS ......................................................... B
APPENDIX C CONNECTOR INTERCONNECT..............................................................C
7.1
SINGLE DISPLAY SYSTEM...................................................................................................C
APPENDIX D- STC INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUING
AIRWORTHINESS ....................................................................................................................D
8.1
8.2
8.3
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FAA FORM 337, PAV80S..................................................................D
INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS, PAV80S ........................................D
MASTER DRAWING LIST ....................................................................................................D
APPENDIX E RTCA DO160D/EUROCAE ED-14D ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALIFICATION FORM.........................................................................................................D
Table of Figures
Figure 2-2 Avionics Mounting Rails (Typical) ........................................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-3 Completed panel opening (Typical) .......................................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-4 Completed panel installation ..................................................................................................... 2-3
Figure 2-5 -Tray Assembly ......................................................................................................................... 2-4
Figure 2-8 View of typical PVA802 Installation ........................................................................................ 2-7
Figure 3-1 Front Panel Controls.................................................................................................................. 3-1
Figure 3-3- Remote Control (not to scale) .................................................................................................. 3-4
Figure 6-1 Panel Location Drawing (Typical) 120-800-8801........................................................................ B
Figure 6-2 PAV80 Installation Diagram (Typical) 120-800-2488................................................................. C
Figure 6-3 Tray Installation Drawing, 002-973-0430 ....................................................................................D
Figure 6-4 Display connector layout .............................................................................................................. E
Figure 6-5 - PVT801 Monitor Dimension Details ......................................................................................... E
Figure 6-6 PVT801 Mounting Tray Dimensions (if used) ............................................................................. F
Figure 6-7 Circuit breaker installation drawing 120-800-8802 (typical) .......................................................G
Figure 6-8 PVA802 Video Distribution Amplifier Installation (Dwg. 120-802-0100) .................................H
Figure 6-9 PVA802 Connector viewed from cable side ................................................................................H
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Date
1st Release
1
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Change
2
Sept 03
STC Release
3
Nov 03
Remove installation angle restriction
4
Jan 04
Add information on portable display mount
5
Feb 04
Add restriction to use ONLY PS Displays on display power
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Section I GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
INTRODUCTION
Quality cockpit and cabin entertainment has long been an elusive dream in general aviation. From marginal
performance to unapproved parts, pilots couldn’t enjoy the same entertainment in their aircraft as they
could in the family car.
The PAV80-Series represents such a product. This system combines a Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) player
with CD and MP3 capability with an AM/FM radio for ultimate in-flight entertainment capability.
Before installing and/or using this product, please read this manual completely. This will ensure that you
will take full advantage of all the advanced features in the PAV80.
1.2
SCOPE
This manual provides detailed installation and operation instructions for the PS Engineering PAV80-series
of IFE Systems. This includes the following units:
Model
Part Number
Description
PAV80
050-800-0100 Integrated DVD-IFE System with CD/MP3/AM/FM
PAV80
050-800-0200 European Version Tuner
PVT801
050-801-0100 5.6” LCD Video Display
Remote
051-803-0150 IR Remote Control
PVA802
050-802-0100 Remote Video Distribution Amplifier
Where the functions are identical to all units, it will be referred to herein as a PAV80. Otherwise, the applicable units will be specified.
1.3
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
The PAV80 System is a single panel mounted unit that contains a DVD player with MP3 media capability
and an AM/FM radio receiver. It also contains a high-fidelity stereo amplifier to provide the entertainment
output to the aircraft audio system. A single LCD monitor (PVT801) is included in the system. Up to four
external video displays can provide visual entertainment to the passengers, with the optional video distribution amplifier (PVA802).
An 8-digit LED display provides information about the systems modes and media in use. A remote control
is used for passenger control over the system.
1.4
APPROVAL BASIS
The PAV80 is FAA approved FAA-STC SA02707AT and manufactured under PMA. PQ1336CE.
All systems comply with relevant portions of EUROCAE ED-14D/DO-160D (Environmental Conditions
and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment), ED12B/DO-178B (Software Considerations for Airborne
Equipment) and ED- 18/DO-214 (Audio Systems Characteristics and Minimum Operational Performance
Standards for Aircraft Audio Systems).
STC SAAT can be used as a basis for approval in other aircraft provided the generic installation manual,
Document Number 200-800-0002 or later approved revision, is followed.
Advisory Circulars AC43.13-1B Acceptable Methods, Techniques, and Practices - Aircraft Inspection and
Repair, and 43.13-2A - Acceptable Methods, Techniques, And Practices - Aircraft Alterations are to be
used to resolve any issues not specifically addressed by the Installation Manual. Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness (ICA) are provided in the supplied data.
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Operation is subject to the following conditions:
This device may not cause harmful interference.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
1.5
SPECIFICATIONS
PAV80 Panel Unit
FAA-PMA COMPLIANCE
RELATED DOCUMENTS:
RTCA/DO-214
RTCA/DO-160D
RTCA/DO-178B (Level E)
RTCA DO-254 (Level E)
SAE AS8034
ENVIRONMENTAL Qualifications:
B1BABRSXXXXXXZBBBXXMXXXXXXX
Temperature Range:
Operating:
-15º C to 55ºC
Storage:
-40º C to 85ºC
Altitude:
Up to 25,000 feet in a non-pressurized area of the cockpit.
DIMENSIONS:
Height: 2.0 in. (5.1 cm) Width: 6.25 in. (15.9 cm)
Depth: 7.7 in. (19.8 cm)
WEIGHT (With Rack & Connectors):
2.8 lb. (1.27 kg)
POWER REQUIREMENTS (Including Internal Lighting):
Voltage:
11 to 33 VDC
Maximum Current:
PAV80 Unit w/1 display
3 Amp (Externally protected by a 5 Amp circuit pull-type
breaker.)
Typical operating current:
2A
Lighting Current
5 mA
Audio Specifications
Output Impedance:
150 - 1000 Ω
Audio Output:
38 mW each channel, no clipping <1% THD
Distortion:
<1% THD
Music Freq. Response, 3 dB:
14 Hz –22 kHz
Video Specifications
Output
NTSC Composite Video Signal
S-video available
Radio Tuning
North America
AM: 530 – 1710 kHz, 10 kHz steps
FM: 87.7 – 107.9 MHz, 200 kHz steps
European (--0200)
AM: 531 - 1602kHz, 9kHz steps
FM: 87.5 - 107.9MHz, 100kHz steps
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PVT801 Video Terminal Unit
FAA-TSO COMPLIANCE
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS:
SAE AS8034
RTCA/DO-160D
RTCA/DO-178B (Level E)
RTCA DO-254 (Level E)
ENVIRONMENTAL Qualifications:
B4BABSXXXXXXZBBBAUHXXX
Temperature Range:
Operating:
-0º C to 40ºC
Storage:
-20º C to 85ºC
Altitude:
Up to 25,000 feet in a non-pressurized area of the cockpit.
5.98” W x 4.28” H X 1.20” D
DIMENSIONS:
(152x 108 x 30.5mm)
Screen size 5.6” diagonal
1.33 lbs (500g)
Composite NTSC, PAL
WEIGHT:
Input
Voltage:
Maximum Current:
POWER REQUIREMENTS (Including Internal Lighting):
Supplied by panel unit
Typical operating current:
REMOTE
DIMENSIONS:
Weight
Power
2.375” W x 3.80” H X 0.25” D
(60 x 93 x 6.4 mm)
1.0 oz. (28.4 gm)
3 VDC, 1 ea. CR2025 battery
PVA802 Video Distribution Amplifier
ENVIRONMENTAL Qualifications:
B1CABSXXXXXXZBBBAUHXXX
Temperature Range:
Operating:
-0º C to 40ºC
Storage:
-20º C to 85ºC
Altitude:
Up to 25,000 feet in a non-pressurized area of the cockpit.
DIMENSIONS:
1.25" H x 4.00" W x 5.50" D
(32 x 102 x 140 mm)
0.6 lbs (0.25 kg)
WEIGHT
1 ea Composite NTSC, PAL
Input
Output
Voltage:
Maximum Current:
1.6
Control input
4 ea. Composite NTSC, PAL
4 ea. 12 VDC conditioned power @ 1A
POWER REQUIREMENTS
10-30 VDC
4 A max (5A pull type breaker required)
EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED
PAV80 Single Display System 1 ea. of the following units:
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Model
Part Number
050-800-0100
050-801-0100
051-803-0150
PAV80
PVT801
Remote
Description
DVD-IFE System with AM/FM CD MP3
LCD Video Display, 5.5-inch
Infrared remote control
PAV80 Installation Kit: 250-800-0001 as shown
Part Number
430-730-0020
430-730-0025
120-425-4402
425-001-0002
475-440-0007
475-630-0002
202-800-0101
510-730-0001
Description
Tray
Tray/connector shield
44 Pin Connector Key 4/5
Gold Plated Crimp Pins
4-40x7/16" Phil-Pan w/Nylon Patch
6-32 Clip Nut
Pilots Guide
Passive AM/FM Antenna
Quantity
1
1
1
30
2
6
1
1
PVT801 Installation Kit: 250-801-0001 as shown
Part Number
550-005-2522
425-800-2511
Description
Quantity
1
1
5-Pin DIN Jack
Display Cable
Optional Equipment
Model
PVA802
Installation Kit
PVT801
Mounting Bracket
Part Number
050-802-0100
250-802-0100
050-801-0100
430-800-1362
Description
Video/Power Distribution Amplifier
PVA802 Installation Kit
LCD Video Display, 5.5 –inch
Portable display Mounting Bracket
PVA802 Installation Kit (250-802-0100)
Part Number
425-025-0006
675-025-0001
475-002-0002
1.7
a)
b)
c)
d)
Description
25 pin Sub-d female connector
Connector hood
Thumbscrews
Quantity
1
1
2
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BUT NOT SUPPLIED
Circuit Breaker, PULL TYPE: 5 amp as required (1 ea. for PAV80, 1 ea. For PVA802, if used)
Aircraft Audio System (See section 1.8 for approved system list)
Interconnect Wiring
Coax, MIL-C-17/RG179 Quantity, as Required, PS Part No 800-000-0179
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1.8
APPROVED AUDIO SYSTEMS
This is a list of audio system that the PAV80 should interface with adequately.
Approved Audio Systems, PAV80
Certified interface is approved only for audio systems that are FAA-TSO approved.
Make
PS Engineering
Part Number
PM1000II
11920,11922
PM3000
11931, 11932
PMA6000-Series
6000 (all)
PMA7000-Series
7000 (all)
PCD7100
11950, 11951
PMA4000
11942
PAC24
050-240-(all)
SL10-Series
430-6060-XX
SL15-Series
430-6065-XX
Bendix/King
KMA28
066-01176-0101
GARMIN International
GMA340
010-00152-XX
GARMIN AT
1.9
Model
LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
North America- None
International Customers may need to check with appropriate governing bodies before using the system.
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Section II - Installation
2.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1.1
SCOPE
These sections provide detailed installation and interconnect instructions for the PAV80 In-Flight Entertainment System with integrated Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) Player and AM/FM radio receiver.
Please read this manual carefully before beginning any installation to prevent damage and post-installation
problems. Installation of this equipment requires special tools and knowledge.
NOTE:
An appropriately rated Certified Aircraft Repair Station must install
this equipment in accordance with applicable regulations. PS Engineering, Incorporated warranty is not valid unless the equipment is
installed by an authorized PS Engineering, Incorporated dealer. Failure to follow any of the installation instructions, or installation by a
non-certified individual or agency will void the warranty, and may result in an unairworthy installation.
2.2
Unpacking and Preliminary Inspection
Use care when unpacking the equipment. Inspect the units and parts supplied for visible signs of shipping
damage. Examine the unit for loose or broken buttons, bent knobs, etc. Verify the correct quantity of components supplied with the list in Section 1.6 (B). If any claim is to be made, save the shipping material and
contact the freight carrier. Do NOT return units damaged in shipping to PS Engineering. If the unit or an
accessory shows any sign of external shipping damage, contact PS Engineering to arrange for a replacement. Under no circumstances attempt to install a damaged unit in an aircraft. Equipment returned to PS
Engineering for any other reason should be shipped in the original PS Engineering packaging, or other
UPS approved packaging.
2.3
Equipment Installation Procedures
2.3.1
Cooling Requirements
Forced air-cooling of the PAV80 is not required. However, the unit should be kept away from heat producing sources (i.e. defrost or heater ducts, dropping resistors, heat producing avionics) without adequate cooling air provided.
2.3.2
Mounting Requirements
The PAV80 must be rigidly mounted to the instrument panel or other structure of the aircraft structure and
within view and reach of the persons wishing access. Installation must comply with FAA Advisory Circular AC 43.13-2A (or later revision). The unit may be mounted in any area where adequate clearance for the
unit and associated wiring bundle exist.
The unit may be installed in any orientation.
Avoid installing the PAV80 close to high current devices or systems with high-voltage, pulse type outputs,
such as DME or transponders.
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2.3.3
Mounting Rack Installation
Remove the unit from the mounting tray by unscrewing the 3/32" hex-head screw that is near the left edge
of the unit. Carefully slide the unit free of the tray. Set the unit aside in a safe location until needed. Install
the tray using six FHP 6-32 x ½" screws. The unit must be supported at front and rear of the mounting tray.
See Appendix B.
6.31”
2.00”
Figure 2-1 Typical Tray Installation Location
The tray mounting can be made in any area that exists for adding additional avionics. Instrument panel
mounting is accomplished in accordance with AC 43.13-2A, Chapter 2.
Existing Structure
(from behind
panel)
Factory Avionics Location
Avionics M ounting Rails
Factory Avionics M ounting Rails
Center Avionics Stack
Existing Transponder
Figure 2-2 Avionics Mounting Rails (Typical)
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Panel Opening
Saw and
file used to
remove
existing
instrument
panel from
this
location
Figure 2-3 Completed panel opening (Typical)
Figure 2-4 Completed panel installation
2.3.4
Connector Assembly
The unit connector mates directly with the circuit boards in the PAV80. The connector (part number 120425-4402 is a Molex crimp-type, and requires the use of a Molex hand crimp tool, EDP P/N 11-01-0203,
CR6115B (or equiv.). The connector is mounted to the unit tray with 2 ea. #4-40 screws, from the inside
of the tray.
After installing the connector, install the connector shield on the back of the tray with 2 ea #4-40 screws,
washers and nuts.
Ensure that proper strain relief and chafing precautions are made during wiring and installation of the tray
and shield.
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Front of tray
Washer 475-632-0001
Nut 475-632-0005
475-632-0007
Screw (x2)
A
475-440-0007 (2 plcs)
Screws
Rear
of tray
120-425-4402
Connector
C
B
430-730-0025
Tray Shield
Figure 2-5 -Tray Assembly
2.4
Cable Harness Wiring
Referring to the wiring diagrams contained in the Appendix, assemble a wiring harness as required for the
installation. All wires must be MIL-SPEC in accordance with current regulations. Two- and threeconductor shielded wire must be used where indicated, and be MIL-C-27500 or equivalent specification.
Proper stripping, shielding, crimping and soldering technique must be used at all times. It is imperative that
correct wire be used.
Video Cable wiring shall be 75 Ω coax, MIL-C-17/094, RG179, or equivalent. Because of the small size,
we recommend soldering the small conductors from the RG179 coax to provide good contact.
Refer to FAA Advisory Circular 43.13-1B and 2A for more information. Failure to use correct techniques
may result in improper operation, electrical noise or unit failure. Damage caused by improper installation
will void the PS Engineering warranty. PS Engineering can provide a custom made harness, visit www.psengineering.com for more information.
2.4.1
Noise
Due to the variety and the high power of radio equipment often found in today's general aviation aircraft,
there is a potential for both radiated and conducted noise interference.
The PAV80 power supply is specifically designed to reduce conducted electrical noise on the aircraft
power bus by at least 50dB. Although this is a large amount of attenuation, it may not eliminate all noise,
particularly if the amplitude of noise is very high. There must be at least 12 VDC present at the connector
pin 21, of the PAV80 for the power supply to work in its designed regulation. Otherwise, it cannot adequately attenuate power line noise. Shielding can reduce or prevent radiated noise (i.e., beacon, electric
gyros, switching power supplies, etc.) However, installation combinations can occur where interference is
possible. The PAV80 was designed in a RFI hardened chassis and has internal Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) filters on all inputs and outputs.
Ground loop noise occurs when there are two or more ground paths for the same signal (i.e., airframe and
ground return wire). Large cyclic loads such as strobes, inverters, etc., can inject noise signals onto the
airframe that are detected by the audio system. Follow the wiring diagram very carefully to help ensure a
minimum of ground loop potential. Use only Mil Spec shielded wires (MIL-C-275000, or better).
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2.4.2
Power
The PAV80-Series units are compatible with both 14 and 28
Volt DC systems. A five (5) Amp PULL-TYPE breaker is
required. Power and ground wires must be a twisted #18
AWG pair. Connect airframe power ground to Pin 22 only.
If the Video Distribution Amplifier (PVA802) is used, a
second circuit breaker (5 A) must be installed. Power must be
connected to the P802, pin 13 only.
NOTE: The PVA80 can power ONE (1) PVT801. Do not
connect more than ONE display, and do NOT connect any
other type of display to the PAV80 display power pin.
DAMAGE WILL RESULT.
Figure 2-6
(Typical)
Circuit
breaker
location
See Appendix B for typical circuit breaker layout.
2.4.3
Backlighting
Connect the 14 V dimmer control to pin 1, the 28 V dimmer to pin A, as required. The display is adjusted
for ambient light conditions by the connection to the aircraft dimmer bus. If the radio light dimmer is
turned all the way off, the display will be at full intensity.
2.4.4
Antenna
The passive AM/FM antenna, part number 510-730-0001 (included) can be mounted wherever convenient
inside the cockpit, as long as it is in a window. Verify that the antenna is not an impediment to crew vision
outside the cockpit when installed,
For optimum performance, it should be near the windshield. Clean the mounting surface with appropriate
means (glass cleaner, etc), and apply adhesive (supplied with antenna). Route the antenna cable along edge
Figure 2-7 Antenna Installation
to the glareshield, and then connect to the PAV80 connector. Avoid running the antenna cable near highcurrent carrying wires, such as windshield heat, etc.
The antenna cable center conductor is connected to Pin 2, braid is connected to pin B.
Some installers may desire an external antenna. PS Engineering recommends a Comant CI-222-L, installed
in accordance with AC43.13-1A, Chapter 3.
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2.4.5
Aux Entertainment Audio and AUX Enable
Besides the disc and AM/FM, the PAV80 has the ability to act as a switching control for an additional entertainment input, both audio and video.
The audio input is Pin 7 (R), Pin H (L) with respect to Pin F (ground).
The video input is Pin 17 (with respect to Pin U)
2.5
Unit Installation
To install the PAV80, gently slide the unit into the mounting rack until the hold-down screw is engaged.
While applying gentle pressure to the face of the unit, tighten the 3/32" hex-head in the unit until it is secure. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
W a r n i n g : D o n o t o v e r - t i g h te n t h e l o c k d o w n s c r e w w h i l e i n s t a l l i n g t h e u n i t i n t r a y .
Internal damage will result.
2.6
PVT801 Display Installation:
The PVT801 is designed to be portable. Install display connectors in a location convenient to the user. The
supplied cable from installed connector to the display is six feet (6’).
Install the 5-pin display connector (550-005-2522) in a location convenient to the user, perhaps close to the
passenger headphone jacks.
A Velcro-strap display case is available from PS Engineering, 1-800-427-2376. In addition, a portable
mounting bracket, PS PN 430-800-1362, is available that can hold the PVA801 with double sided tape.
Figure 2-8 Portable mounting bracket with PVA801 attached
2.7
OPTIONAL PVA802 Video Distribution Amplifier Installation
The PVA802 Distribution amplifier is a remote mounted unit that provides 12 VDC power and composite
video to multiple displays. This should be mounted as close to the display connectors as practical.
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Connect the PVA802 to a 5-amp PULL TYPE circuit breaker. The unit connector is a crimp type, however,
we recommend soldering the small
conductors from the RG179 coax.
NOTE: This unit can become warm when
fully loaded, and should not be mounted
where an occupant may have inadvertent
contact with it.
The PVA802 should be mounted in
accordance with AC43.13-2A, for remote
mounted equipment that does not require
shock mounting (Chapter 2, Section 24(b)). This
also includes any supporting structure that may be fabricated, in
accordance with Chapter 2, Sections 25 and 26.
Figure 2-8 PVA802 Dist. Amp Circuit
breaker location (Typical)
Figure 2-9 View of typical PVA802 Installation
2.8
None
Internal Adjustments
2.9
Post Installation Checkout
After wiring is complete, verify power is ONLY on pins 21 and Y of the connector, and airframe ground
on bottom connector pin 22. Failure to do so will cause serious internal damage and void PS Engineering's
warranty.
2.9.1 System Checkout
1. Insert disc, and verify that the player accepts the disk with about ½ of the diameter in the unit. The
player should pull the disk smoothly and drop into place.
2. Apply power to the display unit.
3. Verify that the display unit has either the movie opening (if DVD) or the blue background with track
information (Music CD or MP3)
4. Verify that all Disc modes operate.
5. Push the “Eject” button and verify that the disc is ejected within about 10 seconds.
6. Verify radio operation on AM and FM
7. Verify that aux audio/video is presented to the output (if connected).
8. Evaluate the audio interface to be certain that the IFE audio is muted during intercom and radio communication.
a. If muting override is provided, evaluate the switch location and verify operation.
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b.
c.
d.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Evaluate the audio performance
Evaluate the audio level to verify that the music is adequate under flight conditions.
Evaluate the muting system to demonstrate that the music will be adequately muted if desired, by radio and intercom.
e. Evaluate the muting override control if equipped.
Evaluate failure remediation from crewmember location
a. Turn unit off
b. Locate and pull unit circuit breaker
c. With the disc playing, with minimum volume, listen to the following audio sources (as
equipped), adjusted to normal listening level:
i.
Comm 1, comm. 2, comm 3, HF
ii.
Nav 1, Nav 2
iii.
ADF (1 and 2)
iv.
DME (1 and 2)
v.
Marker
vi.
Any other audio sources
Select FM Mode, and repeat step 6, listening for interference on the aircraft audio sources. Pay
particular attention to the frequencies listed in table.
FM
COM
107.3
118.000
107.5
118.200
107.7
118.400
107.9
118.600
FM/COM Cross Reference
Select AM Mode, and repeat step 6, listening for interference on the aircraft audio sources.
Select COM 1 for transmit. Tune COM 1 to 118.00, and the PAV80 to 107.3 MHz. Transmit a test
count and evaluate the unit display and audio output for inconsistencies
Repeat step 10 for COM 2, and other transmitters.
a. Tune Nav 1 to local station and perform a standard VOT test in accordance with 14 CFR 91.171.
b. Note the indicated VOR bearing on both systems.
c. Turn the PAV80 on and off, and observe any change in the VOR indication that could be attributed to the PAV80.
2.10
Final Inspection
Verify that the wiring is bundled away from all controls and no part of the installation interferes with aircraft control operation. Move all controls through their full range while examining the installation to see
that no mechanical interference exists. Verify that the cables are secured to the aircraft structure in accordance with good practices, with adequate strain relief. Ensure that there are no kinks or sharp bends in the
cables and coaxial cables. Verify that the cables are not exposed to any sharp edges or rough surfaces, and
that all contact points are protected from abrasion.
Complete logbook entry, FAA Form 337, weight and balance computation and other documentation as
required. Sample text for FAA Form 337 and instructions for continuing airworthiness can be found in
Appendix F.
Return completed warranty registration application to PS Engineering.
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Section III OPERATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
3.1
SCOPE
This section describes the operation of the PAV80 In-Flight Entertainment system.
Operating controls consist of two rotary knobs with push-push switches, and four buttons.
Figure 3-1 Front Panel Controls
3.2
Operating Controls
The single-disk player is designed for simple operation. The Disc player will begin to play automatically
when a MUSIC Disc is inserted. The disc will play through in order, and then stop at the end.
If a DVD is inserted, the unit will wait for menu instructions.
3.2.1
Power/Volume Control (1)
The PAV80 system is turned on and off by pushing the volume (left hand) knob. A short press will activate, and deactivate the unit.
The left knob is also the volume control, with 30 steps. The knob controls the volume of the primary output. To modify the volume of the SECONDARY output, press the volume knob for more than 2 seconds.
The secondary output indication (right side of window) will blink, and you can now adjust the secondary
output volume.
If the knob is not active for more than 5 seconds, the volume control reverts to the primary state.
The four push buttons are used to perform different functions. The function will depend on the mode of the
primary audio output, as displayed on the left side of the display (P).
3.2.2
▲ Stop/Eject Button (2)
In disc mode, the Stop/Eject button will stop the disc. Hold for 3 seconds to eject the disc.
In AM/FM mode, this will scan up to the next strong radio station.
3.2.3
► Play/Pause Button (3)
In disc mode, pressing the play/pause button momentarily will pause the player. Press again to resume
play.
In AM/FM mode, this will scan down to the next strong radio station.
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3.2.4
The ►► Button (4)
In disc mode, a short press of this button will advance to the next track. A longer press will put the disc
into fast forward mode. Press the play/pause button to resume normal play
In AM/FM mode, this button scans up the frequency band.
3.2.5
The Mode Knob (5)
In the Disc mode, the knob will advance (CW) or decrease (CCW) the track.
In AM or FM radio mode, this knob can be used to tune the radio directly.
This knob is also used to select the operational mode. Press the knob once to change the primary mode.
The left hand LCD display will blink to indicate that the mode can be changed. Turn the knob to change
the mode. Here are the mode selections:
DSK – DVD/MP3/CD mode
FM – FM tuner mode
AM – AM tuner mode
AUX – Auxiliary Audio/Video mode
AXA– Auxiliary Audio Only mode
OFF – Output is disabled
Press the knob again and the right hand side of the display (P) will blink to indicate that the secondary
mode can be changed. The knob must be pressed a third time to lock in the mode selection.
3.2.6
The ◄◄ Button (6)
In disc mode, a short press of this button will advance to the previous track. A longer press will put the disc
into rewind mode. Press the play/pause button to resume normal play
In AM/FM mode, this button scans down the frequency band.
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Table 1-PAV80 Functions
Action
Disc Result
Radio Result
▲ short press
Stop
▲ long press
Eject (also in AUX)
► short press
Play / Pause
►► short press
Next track
►► long press
Fast forward
Increase frequency
◄◄ short press
Previous track
Decrease frequency
◄◄ long press
Rewind
Decrease frequency
DATA knob CW
Select next track
Increase radio frequency
DATA knob CCW
Select previous track
Decrease radio frequency
DATA knob Push
Select operation mode
Table 2- Button Functions
3.3
Display Operation
The display terminal, PVT801, has the following controls available:
1. Menu: Activates menu function
2. Scroll up: Select menu function
3. Scroll down: Select menu function
4. On/Off and Mode Selector
Figure 3-2 Display Terminal Controls
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3.4
Remote Operation
The remote supplied is used to control various functions of the secondary audio output.
PAV80 IFE SYSTEM
Track Selection
Disc Control
T
R
A
C
K
D
I
S
C
1
2
MENU
ENTER
3
UP
4
5
6
DOWN
7
8
9
LEFT
NEXT
0
FF
RIGHT
PREV
STOP
REW
VOL
UP
EJECT
PLAY
PAUSE
VOL
DN
M
E
N
U
V
O
L
U
M
E
Menu Selection
Volume Control
Figure 3-3- Remote Control (not to scale)
The remote uses a 3V CR2025 battery. When the remote becomes weak, replace the battery, through the
cover on the bottom.
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3.5
Display Dimming
The display can be adjusted for ambient light conditions by the connection to the aircraft dimmer bus.
At minimum bus voltage (or no lighting present) the display is set at maximum.
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Section IV- Warranty and Service
4.1
Warranty
In order for the factory warranty to be valid, the installations in a certified aircraft must be accomplished by
an FAA-certified avionics shop and authorized PS Engineering dealer. If the unit is being installed by a
non-certified individual in an experimental aircraft, a factory-made harness must be used for the warranty
to be valid.
PS Engineering, Inc. warrants this product to be free from defect in material and workmanship for a period
of one (1) year from the date of installation as recorded in aircraft logbook and/or on FAA Form 337. During the twelve (12) months, PS Engineering, Inc., at its option, will send a replacement unit at our expense
if the unit should be determined to be defective after consultation with a factory technician.
All transportation charges for returning the defective units are the responsibility of the purchaser. All domestic transportation charges for returning the exchange or repaired unit to the purchaser will be borne by
PS Engineering, Inc. The risk of loss or damage to the product is borne by the party making the shipment,
unless the purchaser requests a specific method of shipment. In this case, the purchaser assumes the risk of
loss.
This warranty is not transferable. Any implied warranties expire at the expiration date of this warranty. PS
Engineering SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. This
warranty does not cover a defect that has resulted from improper handling, storage or preservation, or unreasonable use or maintenance as determined by us. This warranty is void if there is any attempt to dissemble this product without factory authorization. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights, which may vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion of limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusions may not apply to you.
All items repaired or replaced under this warranty are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty
period. PS Engineering, Inc. reserves the rights to make modifications or improvements to the product
without obligation to perform like modifications or improvements to previously manufactured products.
4.2
Factory Service
The unit is covered by a one-year limited warranty. See warranty information. Call PS Engineering, Inc. at
(865) 988-9800 before you return the unit. This will allow the service technician to provide any other suggestions for identifying the problem and recommend possible solutions.
After discussing the problem with the technician and you obtain a Return Authorization Number, ship
product to:
PS Engineering, Inc.
Attn: Service Department
9800 Martel Rd
Lenoir City, TN 37772
(865) 988-9800 FAX (865) 988-6619
Email: support@ps-engineering.com
NOTE: PS Engineering will not be responsible for any units shipped in the U. S. Mail.
Units received without either a Return Authorization or a contact telephone number will be refused
and returned to the sender.
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Appendix A – MP3 Creation
5.1
Creating MP3s from an Audio CD
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Start MusicMatch JukeBox.(www.musicmatch.com) Press the recorder button, which is the
small red dot located in the top right corner. This will open the recorder window located at
the bottom of the screen.
Insert an audio CD into the CD drive. MusicMatch will automatically read the disc and display the contents in the recorder window. Press the REFRESH button to check the Internet
database for CD information, such as artist, song title, or album. If this information is available, it will automatically be updated in the file.
Select Options->Recorder->Format and select either MP3 or MP3PRO format. You may also
set the MP3 file quality under the Options->Recorder->Quality menu.
Select the tracks to be copied to MusicMatch by checking the box next to the desired track.
Press the record button in the lower left corner when complete
MusicMatch will then convert the files from the audio CD to MP3 and display them in the
Music Library box located in the middle of the screen
To edit the MP3 information, select a file in the Music Library and press the TAG button in
the top right corner of the Music Library box. This will display the MP3 tagged information
screen. Select the General tab to show the information that can be modified for the PAV80.
The PAV80 can display song name, artist, album, and filename. This corresponds to the
Track title, Artist, Album, and Track Filename fields shown on the screen. Each of these
fields can be modified to the user’s preference. Note: The PAV80 is limited to displaying up
to 22 characters in each of these fields. Click on the appropriate field to modify the track title,
artist, or album. To modify the filename, select the Rename Files button in the lower left corner. Click on the field labeled New File Name and press OK to change the file name. Press
the Apply and OK buttons to update the information
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200-800-0101
PIPER PN 101271-013
COPILOT'S
PANEL ASSY.
Viewed from front
NAV/COM
Appendix B
REVISIONS
APPROVAL:
RSH
GLP
DRAWN BY:
CHECKED BY:
NAME
ACTIVITY
MATERIAL
03-21-2003
03-20-2003
DATE
SCALE
A
SIZE
TITLE
NONE
CAGE CODE
120-800-8801
DRAWING NUMBER
DATE
1 OF 1
2
REV
9800 Martel Road
Lenoir City, Tn 37772
(865) 988-9800
SHEET
PAV80 Panel Location
ENGINEERING
INCORPORATED
BY
GLP 03-20-2003
DESCRIPTION
GLP 07-11-2003
NEW RELEASE
REV
0
Add Caution Placard
1
GLP 08-14-2003
Remove Caution Placard from this location
2
XPNDR
PAV80 Unit
New Installation
AUTOPILOT
AUDIO PANEL
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Figure 6-1 Panel Location Drawing (Typical) 120-800-8801
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FS 76.5
Top of windshield
Existing
bundle
H
PAV80
Existing
Audio Panel
PLAN VIEW
Antenna
12
4
11
3
10
13
2
1
9
1
NAME
3-21-2003
3-20-2003
DATE
Located PVA802
GLP
1
REV
MATERIAL
ACTIVITY
DRAWN BY:
CHECKED BY:
MSS
NEW RELEASE
Antenna
0
Video Cable
APPROVAL:
DESCRIPTION
TITLE
ECO
ELEV VIEW
From Copilot Side
---------
ENGINEERING
INCORPORATED
REVISIONS
NONE
CAGE CODE
GLP 7-11-03
BY
DATE
GLP 3-20-2003
1 OF 1
1
REV
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DRAWING NUMBER
PAV80 Installation Diagram
SIZE
A
SCALE
Audio Wiring to
Audio Panel
(Note 1)
Power to Circuit Breaker
(Note 1)
Video Distribution Cable
Video Monitor Cable
PVA802Video Monitor Cable
Distrib. Amp
NOTE:
Install wire bundle and cable clamps as required IAW AC43.13-1B:
Section 8, WIRING INSTALLATION INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS
Section 9, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND INSPECTION
Section 11, CLAMPING
Clean antenna area with solution approved by aircraft manufacturer.
Use 3M Self-adhesive tape (supplied ) to secure antenna to windshield.
Verify that vision is not obscured from any crew position.
Antenna Coax
(Note 1)
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Power to Circuit Breaker
(Note 1)
Instrument Panel
FS 59.9
Intercom Jacks (existing)
Video Jack (new)
Typical, 1 each side
Figure 6-2 PAV80 Installation Diagram (Typical) 120-800-2488
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
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1.97
Existing Avionics
Mounting Rails
(see detail A)
Detail A
A
A
B&C
A
B&C
#6-32 Screws
475-632-0012 (6 plcs)
Clipnuts
475-630-0002 (6 plcs)
Front of tray
475-440-0007 (2 plcs)
Screws
A
C
B
0.92 in
0.32 in
475-632-0007 (2 plcs)
Screws
Rear
of tray
120-425-4402
Connector
Washer 475-632-0001
& Nut 475-632-0005
0.32 in
Tray Shield
5.57 in
7.71 in
3
Add
t
b k h ll hi l
Figure 6-3 Tray Installation Drawing, 002-973-0430
GLP 07 09 03
Connector viewed from the rear
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
J1
A B C D E F H J K L M N P R S T U V WX Y Z
Connector viewed from the FRONT of unit tray
Connector Key
22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
J1
Z Y XW V U T S R P NM L K J H F E D C B A
Connector Orientation, PAV80
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PVT801 Display Interface
View from solder cup 1= Video Ground
2= Display Power
3= Power Ground
4= Video Signal
3
1
5= No Connection
4
5
2
Figure 6-4 Display connector layout
1.20 in
5.98 in
2.99 in
1.00 in
BACK
LEFT
Connector
Exit
4.28 in
3.03 in
1.38 in
Mounting Slot
0.2 in
0.25 in
Figure 6-5 - PVT801 Monitor Dimension Details
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VIEWED FROM REAR
Ø0.185 in (4 plcs)
5.10
3.40
4.5 in
Cable Exit
5.13 in
1.76 in
0.9 in
0.57 in
6.1 in
6.83 in
Figure 6-6 PVT801 Mounting Tray Dimensions (if used)
Figure 6-7 Portable bracket drawing (430-800-1362, not to scale)
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5
70
18
2
1
20
3
3
21
5
4
Appendix B
23
6
Breaker Added
was ADF
22
3
5
24
7
25
5
8
27
5
5
10
IFE
9
5
28
11
29
12
5
VID DIS
5
13
APPROVAL:
CHECKED BY:
RSH
NAME
GLP
ACTIVITY
NEW RELEASE
DRAWN BY:
MATERIAL
REV
0
5
31
5
14
DATE
07-09-03
07-09-03
A
SCALE
SIZE
TITLE
5
34
5
17
-----
-----
ECO
NONE
CAGE CODE
120-800-8802
DRAWING NUMBER
IFE Breaker Location
ENGINEERING
INCORPORATED
REVISIONS
5
5
DESCRIPTION
33
7.5
16
32
10
15
Breaker Added
for PVA802 ONLY
DATE
SHEET
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Figure 6-8 Circuit breaker installation drawing 120-800-8802 (typical)
Rev. 5 Feb. 2004
N/C
N/C
Video Input Signal
Video Input Low
Display 4 Power
Video Output Lo
# 4 Video Output
Display 3 Power ground
Display 3 Power
Video Output Lo
#2 Video Output
Display 2 Power ground
Display 2 Power
Video Output Lo
#3 Video Output
Display 1 Power ground
Display 1 Power
Video Output Lo
#1 Video Output
Remote ON
N/C
Display 4 Power ground
Power (11-33 VDC)
A/C Power ground
Power (11-33 VDC)
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Ø0.136 (4 plcs)
4.000
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3.500
4.725
1.250
Figure 6-9 PVA802 Video Distribution Amplifier Installation (Dwg. 120-802-0100)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
Figure 6-10 PVA802 Connector viewed from cable side
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Appendix C Connector Interconnect
7.1
Single Display System
PAV80 Connector
21
Y
14- 28 VDC Aircraft Power (5 A Breaker)
NOTE 3
22
Aircraft Ground
Z
1
A
14 V Dimmer
28 V Dimmer
2
B
Antenna Input
Antenna Ground
C
3
6
Primary Audio Out (L)
Primary Audio Out (R)
Audio Lo
Antenna
(supplied)
Entertainment Output
connected to
audio panel or intercom
Shield Ground
D
4
F
Secondary Entertainment Output (L)
Secondary Entertainment Output (R)
Secondary Entertainment Lo
7
H
AUX Audio Input (R)
AUX Audio Input (L)
AUX Audio Lo
17
U
AUX Video Composite Input Hi
AUX Video Composite Input L0
18
V
19
W
Video Composite Output Hi
Video Composite Output Lo
Display Power (Note 6)
Power Ground
11
M
S-Video Chroma
12
N
S-Video Luma
13
P
S-Video Sync
Notes:
NOTE 4
4
1
2
3
Display Cable
(supplied)
Video Interface
5-pin DIN
NOTE 4
NOTE 5
PVT801
Video Terminal
PVT801 Interface
View from solder cup
3
1
4
1. All audio wiring must be MIL 22750 or 27500
24 AWG minumum..
2. Power and Ground #18AWG Mil-Spec Tefzel minimum.
Lighting #22 AWG minimum.
3. Circuit breaker must be PULL TYPE
4. Video cables must be RG-179/U MIL-C17
5. S-Video is available for other monitors
6. Display power for ONE PVT801 display ONLY
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Entertainment Output
connected to secondary input
audio panel or intercom
Appendix C
2
Add Note 6
1
Dis.Conn.
REV
Change
2/6/04
GLP
7/15/03
GLP
DATE
By
APR
DWN
DATE
7/09/03
CKD
DATE
7/16/03
TITLE:
APR
DATE
5
2
1= Video Ground
2= Display Power
3= Power Ground
4= Video Signal
5= No Connection
REV
A
DATE:
SHEET
OF
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Antenna Input
Antenna Ground
17
U
18
V
AUX Video Composite Input Hi
AUX Video Composite Input L0
Appendix C
Remote Ground
14- 28 VDC Aircraft Power
(5 A Breaker)
Video Composite Output Hi
Video Composite Output Lo
Remote ON
NOTE 4
24 AWG minumum..
2. Power and Ground #18AWG Mil-Spec Tefzel minimum.
Lighting #22 AWG minimum.
3. Circuit breaker must be PULL TYPE
4. Video cables must be RG-179/U MIL-C17
5. When connecting less than 4 monitors,
interface in numbrical order (#1 first, #2 second, etc.)
PVA802
4
16
3
24
6
18
5
17
2
15
23
12
13
25
8
20
7
19
10
22
9
21
Remote ground
Remote power
Composite
Video
Remote ground
Remote power
Composite
Video
Remote ground
Remote power
Composite
Video
NOTE 4
NOTE 4
NOTE 4
Remote ground
Remote power
Composite
Video
NOTE 4
Entertainment Output
connected to secondary input
audio panel or intercom
Entertainment Output
connected to
audio panel or intercom
Secondary Entertainment Output (L)
Secondary Entertainment Output (R)
Secondary Entertainment Lo
Shield Ground
Primary Audio Out (L)
Primary Audio Out (R)
Audio Lo
PAV80 Connector
Notes: 1. All audio wiring must be MIL 22750 or 27500
L
7
H
D
4
F
C
3
6
2
B
14 V Dimmer
28 V Dimmer
AUX Audio Input (R)
AUX Audio Input (L)
AUX Audio Input Low
Antenna
(supplied)
22
21
Y
Z
1
A
Aircraft Ground
14- 28 VDC Aircraft Power (5 A Breaker)
NOTE 3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
4
1
2
3
Change
7/16/03
DATE
DATE
APR
CKD
7/9/03
DATE
DWN
Display
Distribution
PVA Wiring
1
REV
2
GLP
A
DATE:
TITLE:
APR
SHEET
OF
REV
PAV80 Wiring, Multi-Display N2488P
By
GLP
DATE
7/15/03
PVT801
Video Terminal
#4
PVT801
Video Terminal
#2
PVT801
Video Terminal
#3
NOTE 5
PVT801
Video Terminal
#1
8/20/03
Display Cable
(supplied)
Display Cable
(supplied)
Display Cable
(supplied)
Display Cable
(supplied)
NOTE 5
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Appendix D- STC information and instructions for continuing airworthiness
8.1
Instructions for FAA Form 337, PAV80s
The STC was developed using an Approved Model List (AML). One method of airworthiness approval is through an
FAA Form 337, Major Repair and Alteration (Airframe, Powerplant, Propeller, or Appliance) In the case of the
PAV80, you may use the following text as a guide.
This unit is installed in accordance with FAA-STC SA02707AT, which specifically references the installation manual.
Installed IFE System, PS Engineering PAV80, part number 050-800-01XX) in ( location ) at station . Installed per AC43.13-2, Chapter 2, paragraph 23 (Instrument Panel Mounting). Installed per PS Engineering
Installation Operators Manual p/n 200-800-(0101), revision (), dated ( ).
Interface to existing aircraft radios in accordance with installation manual and in compliance with practices
listed in AC43.13-2, Chapter 2. All wires are Mil-Spec 22759 or 27500. Connection to aircraft dimmer bus is
____________________. Power is supplied to the unit through a __A circuit breaker (type and part number),
and total electrical load does not exceed
% of the electrical system capacity with the PAV80 added.
Aircraft equipment list, weights and balance amended. Compass compensation checked. A copy of the operation instructions, contained in PS Engineering document 200-800-( ), revision ( ), dated ( ), is placed in the
aircraft records. All work accomplished listed on Work Order
.
8.2
Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness, PAV80s
Sample ICA Checklist for PS Engineering PAV80s:
Section
1
2
Introduction
Description
Item
3
4
5
6
Controls
Servicing
Maintenance Instructions
Troubleshooting
7
Removal and replacement information
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Diagrams
Special Inspection Requirements
Protective Treatments
Structural Data
Special Tools
Not Applicable
Recommended Overhaul Periods
Airworthiness Limitations
Revision
200-800-0101
Information
Installation of In-Flight Entertainment system.
Installation as described in manufacturer’s installation manual referenced on
FAA Form 337, including interface with other avionics audio as required.
See installation and operator’s guide referenced on FAA Form 337.
None Required
On Condition, no special instructions
In the event of a unit problem, place the unit into “off,” “fail-safe” and/or
“emergency” mode. This allows pilot communications using aircraft radios.
Follow checkout instructions in the installation manual referenced on the FAA
Form 337. For a specific unit fault, contact the manufacturer at (865) 988-9800
for special instructions.
Removal: Using a 3/32” Allen-head wrench, carefully unscrew the locking
screw located in the center of the unit. While turning the wrench CCW, gently
pull on the EDGES of the bezel until the unit is free from the mounting tray.
Installation: Engage the locking screw at the back. Turn the locking screw CW,
while applying slight pressure to the edges of the bezel. Do not over tighten!
Not applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
None
Not Applicable
None
Not Applicable
To be determined by installer
Appendix D
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PS Engineering
PAV80
Installation and Operator’s Manual
8.3
Master Drawing List
The following drawings are contained on the FAA-Approved Master Drawing List, Document Number
002-800-1000:
Title
Installation Manual
Installation Wiring
Tray Installation Drawing
PAV80 Installation Diagram
PAV80 Panel Location
PAV80 Breaker Location
Multiple Display Wiring
PVA802 Dist. Amp Installation
Users Guide
Flight Manual Supplement
* or later revision
8.4
In this manual
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Part Number
002-800-0101
120-800-0000
120-800-0430
120-800-2488
120-800-8801
120-800-8802
120-800-0100
120-802-0100
202-800-0101
Revision
2
1
3
New
2
New
1
New
New
Date
Sept. 2003
15 July 2003
09 July 2003
11 July 2003
14 Aug 2003
09 July 2003
15 July 2003
11 July 2003
July-2003
July 11, 2003
Use of Approved Model List
STC SA02707AT was issued for the installation of the PAV80 entertainment system in one make/model
airplane. However, other makes and models are readily adaptable to this approved data since the PAV80
installation is non-required equipment that does not interrelate or affect any aircraft required system. The
PAV80 has been qualified under RTCA DO-160D for environmental performance in any of type aircraft
when mounted in the avionics section of the airframe.
STC can be used as a basis for approval in those airplanes listed in the Approved Model List (AML, Document Number 002-800-1080) provided the generic installation manual, Document Number 200-800-0101
September 2003 or later approved revision, is followed.
Advisory Circulars AC43.13-1B Acceptable Methods, Techniques, and Practices - Aircraft Inspection and
Repair, and 43.13-2A - Acceptable Methods, Techniques, And Practices - Aircraft Alterations are to be
used to resolve any issues not specifically addressed by the Installation Manual. Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness (ICA) are provided in the supplied data.
200-800-0101
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PAV80
Installation and Operator’s Manual
200-800-0101
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PAV80
Installation and Operator’s Manual
Appendix E RTCA DO160D/EUROCAE ED-14D Environmental
Qualification Form
Part Number: 050-800-(-xxx)
Manufacturer: PS Engineering Incorporated 9800 Martel Road
Conditions
Temperature and Altitude
Low Temperature
High Temperature
In-flight Loss of Cooling
Altitude
Decompression
Overpressure
Temperature variation
Humidity
Shock
Operational
Crash Safety
Vibration
Explosion
Waterproofness
Fluids Susceptibility
Sand and Dust
Fungus
Salt Spray
Magnetic Effect
Power input
Voltage Spike
Audio Frequency Susceptibility
Induced Frequency Susceptibility
Radio Frequency Susceptibility
Radio Frequency Emission
Lightning Induced Transient
Susceptibility
Lightning Direct Effects
Icing
Electrostatic Discharge
Other Tests
200-800-0101
Lenoir City TN 37772
Section
Conducted Tests
4.0
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.4
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
Equipment tested to CAT B1
-55° C Storage, -20°C Low Operating
+85°C Storage, +50°C High Operating
Not Applicable, no cooling required
25,000’ unpressurized
Not Applicable
Not Applicable
5.2
6.0
7.0
7.2
7.3
8.0
9.0
10.0
11.0
12.0
13.0
14.0
15.0
16.0
17.0
18.0
Equipment tested to Category S
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Equipment tested to Category Z
Equipment tested to Category B
Equipment tested to Category B
Equipment tested to Category B
19.0
Category X, not tested
20.0
Category X, not tested
21.0
22.0
Equipment tested to Category H
Category X not tested
23.0
24.0
25.0
Category X not tested
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Passed FM Emissions testing in accordance
with CFR 47, Part 15.109.
Appendix E
Equipment tested to Category C
Equipment tested to Category A
Equipment tested to Operational test only
Equipment tested Category B
Rev. 5 Feb. 2004