And Operation Manual
Audio Control Panel, Marker Beacon Receiver and
Stereo Intercom System
PMA7000MPMA7000M- S
Installation
and
Operation Manual
FAA-Approved TSO C50c, C35d
Manufactured with pride by:
Sound Quality. Sound Engineering
Document P/N 200-072-0004
Revision 4, Sept. 2000
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Table of Contents
1 SECTION I GENERAL INFORMATION .............................................................. 1-1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................. 1-1
SCOPE ................................................................................................................ 1-1
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION .......................................................................... 1-1
APPROVAL BASIS - FAA ................................................................................. 1-2
SPECIFICATIONS............................................................................................. 1-3
EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED.................................................................................. 1-4
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BUT NOT SUPPLIED .......................................... 1-4
LICENSE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 1-4
2 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
2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
2.4.9
2.4.10
2.4.11
2.4.12
2.4.13
2.5
2.5.1
2.5.2
2.5.3
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
2.9.1
2.9.2
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.................................................................................... 2-2
CABLE HARNESS WIRING ...................................................................................... 2-2
NOISE............................................................................................................... 2-2
EXISTING KMA-24 INSTALLATION.................................................................... 2-3
EXISTING PMA6000 INSTALLATIONS................................................................. 2-3
P OWER ............................................................................................................. 2-4
RADIO P USH -TO -TALK ..................................................................................... 2-4
TRANSMIT INTERLOCK ..................................................................................... 2-4
"SWAP" MODE FOR CIVIL AIR P ATROL VERSIONS............................................... 2-4
BACKLIGHTING ................................................................................................ 2-5
UNSWITCHED INPUTS........................................................................................ 2-5
INTERCOM WIRING.......................................................................................... 2-5
COM 3 AUDIO ................................................................................................ 2-6
PA MUTE (J1, PIN 18)..................................................................................... 2-7
P-T-T INTERCOM (J2, PIN 18, L AND M).......................................................... 2-7
M ARKER INSTALLATION (PMA7000M-S) ............................................................ 2-7
MIDDLE MARKER SENSE (PMA7000M-S) .......................................................... 2-7
EXTERNAL MARKER LIGHTS (PMA7000M-S) .................................................... 2-7
MARKER ANTENNA INSTALLATION ................................................................... 2-7
ADJUSTMENTS ...................................................................................................... 2-7
COMMUNICATIONS ANTENNA INSTALLATION NOTES ........................................... 2-8
POST INSTALLATION CHECKOUT .......................................................................... 2-8
UNIT INSTALLATION ............................................................................................. 2-8
OPERATIONAL CHECKOUT ................................................................................ 2-9
RECEIVER SENSITIVITY.................................................................................... 2-10
FINAL INSPECTION ............................................................................................ 2-10
3 SECTION III OPERATION ................................................................................... 3-1
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3.1
3.2
3.2.1
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.5.1
3.5.2
3.6
3.6.1
3.6.2
3.6.3
3.7
3.8
SCOPE ................................................................................................................ 3-1
AUDIO SELECTOR (ALL MODELS ) .......................................................................... 3-1
SPEAKER AMPLIFIER......................................................................................... 3-2
POWER SWITCH (FAIL SAFE OPERATION) ............................................................... 3-2
M ICROPHONE SELECTOR ...................................................................................... 3-2
SPLIT M ODE ......................................................................................................... 3-3
SPLIT MODE ICS............................................................................................... 3-3
SWAP MODE..................................................................................................... 3-3
INTERCOM............................................................................................................ 3-4
INTELLIVOX®VOX-SQUELCH ............................................................................ 3-4
VOLUME CONTROL .......................................................................................... 3-5
INTERCOM MODES............................................................................................ 3-5
P-T-T INTERCOM M ODE ...................................................................................... 3-7
M ARKER B EACON (PMA7000M-S)...................................................................... 3-7
4 SECTION IV- WARRANTY AND SERVICE ......................................................... 4-1
4.1
4.2
WARRANTY ........................................................................................................... 4-1
FACTORY SERVICE ................................................................................................ 4-1
5 APPENDIX A EXTERNAL PTT HOOK UP.............................................................A
6 APPENDIX B INSTALLATION DRAWING.............................................................B
7 APPENDIX C BOTTOM CONNECTOR INTERCONNECT ..................................C
8 APPENDIX D TOP CONNECTOR INTERCONNECT ............................................D
9 APPENDIX E-SUPPLEMENTAL WIRING PER CAP HEADQUARTERS…………E
10 APPENDIX F - INSTRUCTIONS FOR FAA FORM 337 AND CONTINUING
AIRWORTHINESS……………………………………………………………………………F
11 APPENDIX G RTCA DO160C ENVIORNMENTAL QUALIFICATION FORM….G
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Section I -- GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1
INTRODUCTION
The PMA7000M-S represents the next step in cockpit audio control and intercommunications.
Using proprietary IntelliVox® design, this unit eliminates the requirements for intercom squelch
adjustments. The unit is designed for outstanding ergonomics and visually defined mode annunciation and selection. These units were custom designed to meet the requirements of the Civil
Air Patrol in the SAR environment.
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 PMA7000M-S.
1.2
SCOPE
This manual provides detailed installation and operation instructions for the PS Engineering
PMA7000M-S-units provided to the Civil Air Patrol:
Model
PMA7000S-CAP
PMA7000M-S-CAP
Description
Part Number
Stereo Audio Panel with special CAP functions
7000S-CAP
Stereo Audio Panel with Marker with special CAP 7000MS-CAP
functions
Option 1 added to any unit
Same as above, with optional recorder and message Opt.1
system
Option 3 added to any system
Black bezel (no silver trim)
Opt 3
Other options may be applied for exclusive use by specific aircraft manufacturers, under Type Certification Call for
information.
1.3
EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION
The PMA7000-series is a state-of-the-art audio isolation amplifier and audio selector that contains an automatic voice activated (VOX) intercom system. It can switch up to three transceivers (Com 1, Com 2 and Com 3) and five receivers (Nav 1, Nav 2, ADF, DME, and MKR).
There are two unswitched inputs, for autopilot disconnect, and/or radar altimeter warning. Push
buttons select the receiver audio source provided to the headphones. A SPR button allows the
user to listen to the receiver(s) selected on the cabin speaker. Except for the unswitched inputs,
all speaker audio is muted during transmit.
A rotary switch selects one of the three communication transceivers for the pilot and copilot position, and allows radio transmission. In "Split Mode" the PMA7000M-S has the ability to allow
the pilot and copilot to operate three different transceivers independently. In concert with the
swap mode, six combinations of three transceivers are possible
A fail-safe mode connects the pilot headphone and microphone to COM 1 if power is removed
for any reason, or if the power switch is placed in the Off (Fail-safe) position.
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A six-station voice activated (VOX) intercom is included in the PMA7000-Series. This system
has PS Engineering’s exclusive IntelliVox® circuitry that eliminates manual adjustments. The
system contains six separate VOX mic circuits, and only opens the microphone channel in use.
The intercom system incorporates pilot isolate and crew modes, two stereo music inputs with
"Soft Mute," and LED indicators for swap and transmit indications. Intercom control is through
front panel-mounted knob and 3-position mode switch. A single volume controls intercom level
for the pilot and copilot. Passenger headphone volume is factory set, and adjusted in flight with
headset-mounted volume controls. Passenger volume control is further adjustable through
screwdriver access in the top of the unit. Intercom squelch is automatic.
A 3-light Marker Beacon receiver is integrated in the PMA7000M-S. This provides the necessary Marker Beacon lights and audio indications necessary for an Instrument Landing System
(ILS) approach.
1.4
APPROVAL BASIS - FAA
TSO Approval.
The PMA7000M-S, and PMA7000S Audio Selector Panels are FAA approved under TSO
C50c (Audio Amplifiers) and TSO C35d (Marker Beacon Receivers). In addition, they are
approved by the Joint Airworthiness Authorities under JTSO C50C and JAR-TSO 2C35d.
All systems comply with relevant portions of EUROCAE RTCA MPS WG No. 7/70, DO143 and (Marker Beacon Receivers), ED-14C/DO-160C (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).
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.
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1.5
SPECIFICATIONS
Marker Beacon:
Audio Selector/Intercom:
APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS:
ENVIRONMENTAL Qualifications:
Temperature Range:
Operating:
Storage:
Altitude:
TSO COMPLIANCE
C35d, Class A
C50c, Class A
RTCA/DO-214
RTCA/DO-143
RTCA/DO-160C
RTCA/DO-178B Level D
A1D1/CA(MN)XXXXXXBBBBTBKXX
-15º C to 55ºC
-20º C to 85ºC
Up to 50,000 feet in an non-pressurized area of
the cockpit.
DIMENSIONS:
Height: 1.3 in. (3.3 cm) Width: 6.25 in. (16.9 cm)
Depth: 6.8 in. (17.3 cm)
WEIGHT (With Rack & Connectors):
1.5 lb. (0.54 kg)
POWER REQUIREMENTS (Including Internal Lighting):
Voltage:
11 to 33 VDC
Maximum Current:
2.5 Amp (Externally protected by a 3 Amp circuit
breaker.)
Typical operating current:
350 mA
Speaker off:
750 mA
Speaker on, 28V, full radio volume
2.5 A
Audio Selector Specifications
Audio selector panel input impedance:
510 Ω
Input Isolation:
-60 dB (min.)
Speaker Muting:
-60 dB (min.)
Speaker Output (into 4 Ω) with no clipping
14 VDC:
3 Watts (min.)
28 VDC:
10 Watts (min.)
Receiver Inputs:
8
(Com 1, Com 2, Com 3, Nav 1, Nav 2, ADF,
DME, MKR)
Unswitched Inputs:
2
(examples: GPS WPT, Autopilot Disconnect,
Altimeter DH)
Transmitter Selections:
9
(Com 1, Com 2, Com 3
Com1/Com2, Com 1/3, Com 2/3 and by swap
switch, Com2/1, Com 3/1, Com 3/2)
Speaker Impedance:
4Ω
Headphone Impedance:
150 - 1000 Ω
Headphone Output:
38 mW each headset, no clipping <1% THD
70 mW each headset with < 10% THD
Microphone Impedance:
150 - 600 Ω
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Intercom Specifications
6 places (with individual IntelliVox® circuits)
2 (Stereo)
>-30 dB "Soft Mute" when Com or intercom active.
<1% THD @ 38 mW into 150Ω
<10% THD @ 70mW into 150 Ω
Mic Freq. Response, 3 dB:
300 Hz - 6000 Hz
Music Freq. Response, 3 dB:
100 Hz - 18kHz
MARKER BEACON RECEIVER: PMA7000M-S only
Frequency:
75 MHz Crystal Controlled
Sensitivity:
Capable of: (preset at factory for field application)
Low:
1000 µVolts (Hard)
High:
200 µVolts (Hard)
Intercom Positions:
Music Inputs:
Music Muting:
Distortion:
Selectivity:
-6 dB at ±10 kHz
-40 dB at ±120 kHz
9.0 (±1.5 at maximum brightness, unloaded) VDC positive
when active, max. current 125 mA
Active high (4.7 VDC ± 0.5V) during Middle Marker acquisition, for autopilot use.
External Lamp Output:
MM Sense:
1.6
EQUIPMENT SUPPLIED
1 ea. of the following units:
Model
PMA7000S Special CAP version
PMA7000M-S Special CAP version with Marker Beacon Receiver
Part Number
7000S- CAP
7000M-S- CAP
PMA7000M-S Installation Kit: 250-007-002
Part Number
120-430-0420
120-425-4400
120-425-4402
655-000-0001
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1.7
Quantity
1
1
1
88
1
4
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED BUT NOT SUPPLIED
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
1.8
Description
Tray Assembly
Bottom connector, key between 7/8
Top connector (Stereo), key between 5
Gold Plated Crimp Pins
Operator's and Installation Manual (CAP)
#4 x 40 screw w/nylon patch
Circuit Breaker: 1 ea. 3 amp (28V)
Speaker, 4 Ω
Stereo Headphone Jacks (as required)
Microphone Jacks (as required)
Stereo Headphones, 150 Ω, up to 6 as required
Microphones, up to 6 as required
Marker Antenna (75 MHz, VSWR <1:1.5, and appropriate for the airspeed)
Interconnect Wiring
LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
None
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Section II - Installation
2.1
GENERAL INFORMATION
2.1.1 SCOPE
This section provides detailed installation and interconnect instructions for the PS Engineering
PMA7000M-Series Audio Selector Panel/Intercom System with internal Marker Beacon.
Please read this manual carefully before beginning any installation to prevent damage and postinstallation 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 installation is supervised 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. 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 accessories 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 PMA7000M-S 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 PMA7000M-S must be rigidly mounted to the instrument panel of the aircraft structure and
within view and reach of the pilot position(s). Installation must comply with FAA Advisory Circular AC 43.13-2A. The unit may be mounted in any area where adequate clearance for the
unit and associated wiring bundle exist.
Avoid installing the audio panel 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 in the
center of the unit. Use caution to avoid hitting the photo-detector lens. 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 audio selector panel must be supported at front and rear of the mounting
tray.
NOTE: The mounting hole configuration for the PMA7000M-S is identical to the
PMA6000 series and KMA-24 Audio Selector Panels.
2.3.4 Connector Assembly
The unit connectors mate directly with the circuit boards in the PMA7000M-S. The connectors
are a Molex crimp-type, and require the use of a Molex hand crimp tool, EDP P/N 11-010203, CR6115B (or equiv.). The connectors are mounted to the unit tray with #4-40 screws,
from the inside of the tray. Ensure that proper strain relief and chafing precautions are made
during wiring and installation.
2.4
Tray Assembly
Attach the connectors to the tray from the inside, using the #4x40 screws provided. The bottom
connector is keyed at pin 8, and top connector at pin 5. The lettered row of pins faces the top
of the unit.
2.5
Cable Harness Wiring
Referring to the appropriate Appendix, assemble a wiring harness as required for the installation. All wires must be MIL-SPEC in accordance with current regulations. Two- and threeconductor with shield wire must be used where indicated, and be MIL-C-27500 or equivalent
specification. Proper stripping, shielding and soldering technique must be used at all times. It is
imperative that correct wire be used.
Refer to FAA Advisory Circular 43.13-2A 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.
2.5.1 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 PMA7000M-S 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
nominal aircraft voltage present at the bottom connector, pin 20, of the PMA7000M-S for the
power supply to work in its designed regulation. Otherwise, it cannot adequately attenuate
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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 PMA7000M-S 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-27500, or better).
Radiated signals can be a factor when low level microphone signals are "bundled" with current
carrying power wires. Keep these cables physically separated. It is very important that you use
insulated washers to isolate the ground return path from the airframe to all headphone and microphone jacks.
Adding a high-performance audio control system, particularly in conjunction with highperformance active noise canceling headsets, cannot improve on older avionics that were designed for cabin-speaker use. PS Engineering makes no claim that the audio panel will provide a
noise-free audio quality under all installation conditions, particularly with older avionics.
2.5.2 Existing KMA-24 Installation
If the installation replaces a KMA-24 (part number -01, -02 or -03), the existing 44 pin connector can be used for the bottom connector of the PMA7000M-S tray as is, providing it is
properly installed and wired. No other changes are required except for external marker lights
(see Section 3.7.2 for details), OR unless additional transceivers must be added. The "key" in
the existing connector must be located between pins 7 and 8. This connector will be used in the
bottom connector position. (See Appendix C and D for complete wiring harness details.)
The existing ground bus may be reused for radio shield connections, if it was constructed so it
can be relocated to the PMA7000M-S tray.
2.5.3 Existing PMA6000 installations
In 28-Volt aircraft, the dropping resistor may be removed; however, the 2 Amp breaker should
be changed to 3 Amp. If the old unit is stereo (PMA6000S or PMA6000MS), no rewiring is
necessary unless additional features are added.
2.5.3.1 Stereo PMA7000M-S installations into monaural PMA6000, PMA6000M.
Installations replacing PMA6000 or PMA6000M require re-wiring of the top connector to accommodate the stereo configuration. See appendix for detailed interconnect information.
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2.5.4 Power
The PMA7000M-S-Series is compatible with both 14-and 28-Volt DC systems. A two- (2)
Amp circuit breaker is required for 14 VDC installations, and a three- (3) Amp breaker for 28
VDC aircraft. Power and ground wires must be a twisted #18 AWG pair. Connect airframe
power ground to J1 (bottom connector) Pin Z only. No dropping resistors are required.
2.5.5 Radio Push-to-Talk
An important part of the installation is the PTT (Push-To-Talk) switches that allow the use of
your aircraft communications radio for transmissions. There are three typical configurations that
can be used. Select the case that best fits the installation. Only the person who presses their
PTT switch will be heard over the radio. If the pilot and copilot both use the PTT, the only pilot
position has access to the radio. The pilot position will have PTT control regardless of the mic
selector switch or copilot PTT when the PMA7000M-S is in the FAIL- SAFE mode.
CASE I: PTT is built into both pilot and copilot yokes.
CASE II: PTT is in pilot yoke only. This configuration requires a modified external PTT switch
plugged into the copilot's microphone jack. (See Appendix A). When the copilot's PTT is
pressed, the intercom switches the microphone audio from pilot to copilot mic.
CASE III: No built in PTT. This requires two built in PTTs to be installed, or modified external
PTT switches to be used. Modify external PTT as required (See Appendix A).
Additional capability can be added to the PMA7000MS for observer or additional transmit stations. Contact PS Engineering for information
2.5.6 Transmit Interlock
Some communications transceivers use a transmit-interlock system. To fully utilize the Split
Mode feature, this function must be disabled. Consult that equipment manufacturer's installation
manual.
2.5.7 Required "Swap" Mode for Civil Air Patrol Versions
NOTE:
A SWAP switch is REQUIRED to access ALL of the CAP transceiver combinations
When a momentary, normally open, push-button switch is connected between pin 10 on the top
connector and aircraft ground, the user can switch between various transceiver combinations. In
the Com 1 or Com 2 position on the mic selector switch, the swap switch will change the selected transceiver to the opposite unit. For instance, if the mic selector is in Com 1, and the
swap switch depressed, Com 1 is deselected and Com 2 selected.
In the PMA7000MS –CAP, the swap switch is active in the split mode. In the Com 1/2 mic
selector position, depressing the Swap switch will place the pilot on Com 2, and the copi-
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lot/observer on Com 1. Any combination shown on the mic selector switch can be reversed in
this manner.
When the swap switch is active, the green “SWAP” LED illuminates on the PMA7000MS.
This indicates that the mic selector position is no longer correct. Changing the mic selector will
cancel the swap mode.
2.5.8 Backlighting
The PMA7000M-S has an automatic dimming of the pushbutton annunciator LEDs and marker
lamps controlled by a photocell. Control of the unit backlighting is through the aircraft avionics
dimmer. Connect the dimmer control line to J1 pin D for 14-volt systems, and to J1 pin F for
28-volt systems. Pin E is light ground.
If an external dimmer control is not used, a constant low level back light illumination can be established for nighttime viewing. Pin D or F (depending on system voltage) must be tied to power
(J1, pin 20) for the back lighting system to work. The photocell mounted in the unit face will
automatically adjust the intensity of the push-button annunciator LEDs.
2.5.9 Unswitched inputs
J1, pin T is the unswitched input number 1 and J1 pin 17 is unswitched input 2. These inputs are
presented to the cockpit speaker pilot and copilot regardless of the audio configuration, and will
always mute the entertainment inputs. These 510Ù inputs can be used for altimeter DH audio,
GPS waypoint audio, autopilot disconnect tones, air-to-ground (Flitefone) telephone ringer or
any other critical audio signal. This input is not related to the cellular telephone interface.
2.5.10 Intercom wiring
The top connector (J2) is for the intercom and additional functions. See Appendix for intercom
connection configurations. It is critical to the proper operation of this system to have this connector wiring made in accordance with these diagrams. Use 2- and 3-conductor. MIL-spec
cable as shown. Connect the shields at the audio panel end only, and tie to the audio low inputs
as shown.
NOTE: The top connector harness can be custom made by PS Engineering, Inc. Simply call
the factory and obtain a wire harness work-sheet. The harness will be made to your specifications and fully functionally tested. All hardware is included.
2.5.10.1 Entertainment Input
NOTE: Use the low- level output of any entertainment device to connect to the
audio panel. Maximum signal level is 2 VAC p- p.
DO NOT use a speaker- level output, this will cause internal damage in the audio
panel.
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2.5.10.1.1 Stereo entertainment
Two stereo entertainment devices (CD player, cassette player, etc.) can be connected to the
unit. Install two 1/8-inch stereo jacks in a convenient location so that the pilot can plug in the entertainment devices into the system. The audio signal at the entertainment input must be a minimum of 500 mV P-P per channel for optimum music performance.
All entertainment devices must be switched off for both takeoff and landing.
2.5.10.1.2 Entertainment distribution
Entertainment source #1 provides music for the pilot and copilot positions, while entertainment
source #2 provides music for the four passenger positions. The PMA7000M-S-system incorporates a "Soft Mute" system. This will mute the entertainment devices during ICS or radio conversation.
Any signal appearing in the unswitched audio inputs will always mute the entertainment sources,
even though the passengers may not hear the audio tone itself.
Entertainment inputs #1 and #2 can be paralleled so a single entertainment source can serve
both the passengers and the crew. It is suggested however, that a switch (DPDT) is installed
between the single entertainment device and entertainment input #1. This will allow the pilot and
copilot to decide if they hear entertainment while in the Crew mode.
Caution: Local oscillators and internal signals from some entertainment equipment can cause
undesired interference with other aircraft systems. Before takeoff, operate the entertainment devices to determine if there is any adverse effect within the aircraft systems. If any unusual operation is noted in flight, immediately switch off the entertainment devices.
All entertainment devices must be switched off for both takeoff and landing.
2.5.10.1.3 Entertainment 2 Mute (Pin V)
The ICS button on the PMA7000M-S controls the muting (“Karoake mode”) of entertainment
source #1.
Connecting J2 pin V to ground through a SPST switch places the entertainment 2 music source
into the Karoake Mode. In this mode, incoming music and intercom conversation will not mute
the music for the passengers’ intercom net. This allows uninterrupted music during casual conversation and at times when radio communications are of lessor importance.
2.5.11 Com 3 Audio
As installed in the standard configuration, the PMA7000M-S Com 3 audio is placed in the output when the mic selector switch is in the Com 3 position (fully CCW). Pushing the receiver selector buttons can monitor Com 1 Com 2 and Com 3 audio.
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2.5.12 PA Mute (J1, Pin 18)
Pin 18 of J1 is TTL logic output that is pulled low during PTT operation. This serves as an input
to external public address system to prevent feedback during transmissions.
2.5.13 P-T-T Intercom (J2, Pin 18, L and M)
To provide intercom in high noise environments, Pins L, 18 and M of the top connector can be
used. Connect pin 18 to ground through a SPST switch to inhibit IntelliVox™. Connecting Pin
M through a momentary switch to airframe ground will activate the pilot’s microphone for intercom, grounding pin L will activate the copilot’s microphone. For passengers to have PTT intercom, connect a momentary N.O. switch in series with mic audio.
2.6
Marker Installation (PMA7000M-S)
The marker beacon receiver is an option included in the PMA7000M-S.
NOTE:
Non-marker units can NOT provide audio interface with an external marker receiver through an
auxiliary input.
2.6.1 Middle Marker Sense (PMA7000M-S)
A Middle Marker sense output signal is available from the 7000M and 7000M-S to flight control systems. This function will not operate during the test mode. This output will go to +4.75
VDC (± 0.25 VDC) when a valid Middle Marker signal is received. This output is J1, pin 2.
2.6.2 External Marker Lights (PMA7000M-S)
For installations that require external marker beacon lights, there are three outputs that can drive
12-Volt lamps only. The external output lamps are driven high (+9 VDC ±1.5 VDC) when active. Maximum source current per lamp is 125 mA. Voltage varies with photocell dimming.
2.6.3 Marker Antenna Installation
Refer to aircraft and antenna manufacturer's installation instructions, as well as AC43.13-2A (or
later revision), Chapter 3, for information on proper antenna installation techniques. The marker
beacon antenna must be mounted on the bottom of the aircraft.
2.7
Adjustments
The PMA7000M-S is factory adjusted to accommodate the typical requirements for most aircraft configurations. There are five adjustments however, that will allow the installer to tailor the
specific functions.
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Marker Gain
CW- Reduce
Front of Unit
MKR Low Sense
CW Decrease Sens.
Passenger Volume
CCW Increases
PMA 7000 adjustment holes
Not used
Speaker Volume
CW-Increase
Marker Audio
CW Decrease Volume
Figure 2-1- PMA7000M-S Adjustments
2.8
Communications Antenna Installation Notes
For best results while in Split Mode, it is suggested that the one VHF communications antenna
is located on top of the aircraft while the other communications antenna is installed on the bottom. Any antenna relocation must be accomplished in accordance with AC 43.13-2A, aircraft
manufacturers’ recommendations and FAA-approved technical data.
Warning:
It is probable that radio interference will occur in the split mode when the frequencies of the
two aircraft radios are adjacent, and/or the antennas are physically close together. PS Engineering makes no expressed or implied warranties regarding the suitability of the
PMA7000M-S in Split Modes.
2.9
Post Installation Checkout
After wiring is complete, verify power is ONLY on pin 20 of the J1 (bottom connector) (dim
power may also be at Pin D and F), and airframe ground on bottom connector pin Z. Failure to
do so will cause serious internal damage and void PS Engineering's warranty.
2.10
Unit Installation
To install the PMA7000M-S, 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" hexhead in the canter of the unit until it is secure. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN.
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Warning: Do not over- tighten the lock down screw while installing the unit in
tray. Internal damage will result.
2.10.1 Operational Checkout
1. Apply power to the aircraft and avionics.
2. Plug headsets into the pilot, copilot, and occupied passenger positions.
3. Rotate the Mic Selector Switch to the Com 1 position.
4. Verify that the Com 1 button lights. Verify that the green transmit LED (Light Emitting Diode) near the mic selector is not illuminated. If the LED is on, stop testing and troubleshoot
the microphone PTT installation.
5. Verify proper transmit and receive operation from the copilot position, noting that the copilot PTT switch allows proper transmission on the selected transceiver.
6. Verify that pushing the COM 2 button causes the button to illuminate, and the Com 2 receiver to be heard. Verify operation on Com 1 from the pilot position.
7. Repeat for Com 2 and Com 3, (if installed).
8. Rotate the mic selector switch to the COM 1/2 position. Verify that the pilot communicates
on Com 1 and the copilot on Com 2.
9. Rotate the mic selector switch to the COM 1/3 position. Verify that the pilot communicates
on Com 1 and the copilot on Com 3.
10. Rotate the mic selector switch to the COM 2/3 position. Verify that the pilot communicates
on Com 2 and the copilot on Com 3.
11. Verify that the external swap switch causes the swap LED to illuminate, and reverses the
transceiver in use indicated on the mic selector.
12. Verify proper operation of all receiver sources by selecting them using the button. Note that
the button for the receiver sources stays in, and the button illuminates to show which source
is in use.
13. Push in the S (SPR) button. Verify that all selected audio is heard in the cockpit speaker.
Verify that the audio mutes when the mic is keyed.
14. Verify that the LED in the lower right side illuminates when either push to talk is keyed.
15. Verify proper Intercom system operation in the ALL, ISO and CREW modes (see Table 31).
16. Verify that the audio selector panel system does not adversely affect any other aircraft system by systematically switching the unit on and off, while monitoring the other avionics and
electrical equipment on the aircraft.
2.10.1.1
Marker Checkout (7000M-S only)
1. Connect a ramp generator at the antenna end of the marker coax. With the unit under test in
HI sensitivity, verify that a 160 µV, modulated 95% with 1300 Hz, signal will illuminate the
amber (M) marker light, and that marker audio is present in the headphones when the
Marker Audio (M) push-button has been depressed. Select "S" for speaker to verify
marker audio availability on the cabin speaker. Verify that the white (A) and blue (O) lights
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will illuminate within ± 3dB of the amber lamp, with 3000 HZ and 400 Hz applied, respectively.
2. Repeat with the unit in LOW sensitivity, with 430 µVolts applied.
3. Connect the marker antenna and verify proper operation.
2.10.2 Receiver Sensitivity
Although the PMA7000M-S meets FAA TSO-C35d sensitivity specifications, the sensitivity of
the receiver has been adjusted to meet real world requirements (150µV and 430µV, soft). This
will usually eliminate the need for the avionics shop to reduce the sensitivity in the field so as to
prevent early detection of the marker beacons. If your particular installation requires more or
less sensitivity, see adjustment section 2.6, and figure 2-1.
2.11
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 log book 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 provides detailed operating instructions for the PS Engineering PMA7000M-S, and
PMA7000S Audio Selector Panel/Intercom Systems, CAP versions. Please read it carefully
before using the equipment so that you can take full advantage of its capabilities.
This section is divided into four sections covering the basic operating areas of the PMA7000MS systems. They are Audio Selector, Transceiver Selection, Intercom, and Marker Beacon Receiver (7000M-S only).
Receive Audio Selectors
Marker Mode Selector
Marker Indicator Lamps
O M
Mic Selector
Photo
Detector
Com 1
I
High
Low
Com 1
Nav 1
MKR
ADF
DME
Test
V
o
l
u
m
e
Com 2
Iso
Nav 2
ICS
Com3
Com 2
Com 1/2
Com 1/3
Com 3
Com 2/3
Transmit
Swap
SPR
All
Push
(Fail-Safe)
Crew
ENGINEERING
INCORPORATED
R
Mounting
Screw
PMA7000M-S
Crew ICS/
Music 1 Mute
Speaker Switch
TX Indicator
Intercom Mode Sel.
Swap Indicator
Intercom Vol.
Figure 3-1 PMA7000M-S controls (CAP Version)
3.2
Audio Selector (All models)
Receiver audio is selected through two momentary and six latched, push-button, backlit
switches. Com 1 and Com 2 are the momentary switches.
Because the rotary microphone selector switch controls what transceiver is being heard, the
Com l and Com 2 push-buttons are of the momentary type and do not remain in when selected.
This is also part of the "auto” function. You will always hear the audio from the transceiver that
is selected for transmit by the rotary mic selector switch.
The users can identify which receivers are selected by noting which of the switch LEDs are illuminated. Push buttons labeled Nav 1, Nav 2, COM 3, DME, MKR (Marker), ADF and
SPR (Speaker) are "latched" type switches. When one of these buttons is pressed, it will stay in
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the "in" position. Press the switch again and it be in the "out" position and remove that receiver
from the audio.
3.2.1 Speaker Amplifier
The "SPR" in the push-button section stands for speaker. This switch will place all selected audio on the cockpit speaker when this switch is selected. NOTE: The speaker amplifier is not
active in the "Split Mode."
3.3
Power Switch (Fail Safe Operation)
Unit power is turned on and off by pushing the volume knob. In the OFF or "FAIL-SAFE" position,
the pilot is connected directly to Com 1. This allows communication capability regardless of unit
condition. Any time power is removed or turned OFF, the audio selector will be placed in the
fail-safe mode.
The power switch also controls the audio selector panel functions, intercom, and marker beacon
receiver. Unless the mic selector is in Com 3 mode, at least one of the selected audio LEDs will
be on (Com 1 or Com 2).
3.4
Microphone Selector
When the mic selector switch is in the Com 1 position, both pilot and copilot will be connected
to the Com l transceiver. Only the person who presses their Push To Talk (PTT), will be heard
over the aircraft radio. Turning the rotary switch to the Com 2 position will place pilot and copilot on the Com 2 transceiver.
The PMA7000M-S gives priority to the pilot’s PTT. If the copilot it transmitting, and the pilot
presses his PTT, the pilot’s microphone will be heard over the selected transmitter.
Turning the mic selector fully counterclockwise places the pilot and copilot on Com 3. Com 3
receive audio is automatically placed in the headset (and speaker if selected). Com 1 and/or
Com 2 receiver audio can be selected to monitor those transceivers. The COM 3 button will
illuminate, indicating that Com 3 receive audio is present.
The PMA7000M-S-Series has an automatic selector mode. Audio from the selected transceiver is automatically heard in the headsets and speaker. You can check this function by
switching from COM 1 to COM 2 and watch the selected audio indicator change from COM 1
to COM 2. This ensures the pilot will always hear the audio from the transceiver he is using.
When switching the mic selector rotary switch from COM 1 to COM 2, while COM 2 receive
audio had been selected, Com 1 receiver audio will continue to be heard. This eliminates the
pilot having to switch Com 1 audio back on with the receive audio button, if desired.
When switching from COM 1 to COM 2 while Com 2 receiver audio has NOT been selected,
Com 1 audio will be switched off. In essence, switching the mic selector will not effect the selection of Com audio.
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3.5
Split Mode
Turning the rotary switch to COM 1/C OM 2 places the PMA7000M-S into "Split Mode." This
places the pilot on Com 1 and the copilot on the Com 2 transceiver. An example of this useful
feature is when the pilot may want to talk to Air Traffic Control, while the copilot/observer may
be speaking to the Flight Watch. Although this mode has limitations (see below) we believe you
will find this to be a useful feature.
Switching to Com 1/Com 3, the pilot will be on Com 1 and the copilot will be on Com 3. In
Com 2/3, the pilot is on Com 2, and the copilot on Com 3. The split mode is reversed by the
swap button (see section 3.5.2).
Note :
Due to the nature of communications signals, and the size constraints in
general aviation aircraft, it is probable that there will be some bleed-over in the Split
mode, particularly on adjacent frequencies.
PS Engineering makes no warranty about the suitability of Split Mode
in all aircraft conditions.
Note: Split Mode does not turn off other (Nav, ADF, etc.) selected audio to pilot. However, the copilot will
only hear the selected communications receiver.
3.5.1 Split Mode ICS
In split mode, the pilot and copilot are usually isolated from each other on the intercom, simultaneously using their respective radios. Depressing the ICS button in Split Mode will activate
VOX intercom between the pilot and copilot positions. This permits intercommunication when
desired between the crew. Pressing the ICS button again disables this crew intercom function.
3.5.2 Swap Mode
With a yoke mounted, momentary switch, the pilot can change from the current Com transceiver to the other by depressing this switch. When "Swap Mode" is active, an annunciator in
the lower right corner of the unit will illuminate, indicating that the Mic Selector switch position is
no longer current. To cancel "Swap Mode," the pilot may either press the yoke mounted switch
again, or turn the Mic Selector Switch to the Com that is active.
In the PMA7000MS CAP version the swap mode can be used to reverse transceiver selection
in the split mode. If the mic selector is in the Com 1/2 mode, pressing the SWAP button will
place the pilot on com 2 and the copilot on com 1.
Figure 3-2 CAP Version Mic Selector
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Normal
Mic Selector
Com 1
Com 2
Com 3
Com1/2
Com 1/3
Com 2/3
Pilot
Com 1
Com 2
Com 3
Com 1
Com 1
Com 2
Swap
Copilot
Com 1
Com 2
Com 3
Com 2
Com 3
Com 3
Pilot
Com 2
Com 1
No Swap
Com 2
Com 3
Com 3
Copilot
Com 2
Com 1
No Swap
Com 1
Com 1
Com 2
Table 3-1 Transmitter Combinations
3.6
Intercom
3.6.1 IntelliVox®VOX-Squelch
No adjustment of the IntelliVox®squelch control is necessary. Through three individual signal
processors, the ambient noise appearing in all six microphones is constantly being sampled. Non
voice signals are blocked. When someone speaks, only their microphone circuit opens, their
voice on the intercom.
The system is designed to block continuous tones, therefore people humming or whistling in
monotone may be blocked after a few moments.
For best performance, the headset microphone must be placed within ¼ inch of your lips, preferably against them. It is also a good idea to keep the microphone out of a direct wind path.
Moving your head through a vent air stream may cause the IntelliVox®to open momentarily.
This is normal.
For optimum microphone performance, PS Engineering, Inc. recommends installation of a Microphone Muff Kit from Oregon Aero (1-800-888-6910). This will not only optimize VOX
performance, but will improve the overall clarity of all your communications.
Table 3-2 Mic Muff ®Part Numbers
Manufacturer
Bose
David Clark
LightSpeed
Peltor
Pilot
Model
Dynamic
Electret
M87 Dynamic
H10-30
H10-20, H10-40
H10-13.4
15K
20K
7003
7004
11-20
11-90
90015
90010
90015
90015
Sennheiser
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90015
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90010
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Telex
Airman 750
AIR3000
90015
90010
3.6.2 Volume Control
The volume control knob adjusts the loudness of the intercom for the pilot and copilot only. It
has no effect on selected radio levels, music input levels or passengers' volume level.
Adjust the radios and intercom volume for a comfortable listening level for the pilot. Most general aviation headsets today have built-in volume controls; therefore, passenger volume can be
adjusted at the headset. If desired, passenger volume level can be adjusted by a screwdriver
adjustment at the top of the tray (see figure 2-1).
3.6.2.1
Mono headsets in Stereo Installation
All passenger headsets are connected in parallel. Therefore, if a monaural headset is plugged in
to a PMA7000M-S Stereo installation, one channel will be shorted. Although no damage to the
unit will occur, all passengers will lose one channel. PS Engineering modifies headsets to add
stereo capability, using high-fidelity speakers. Contact factory for details.
3.6.3 Intercom Modes
The lower switch on the left side is a 3-position mode switch that allows the pilot to tailor the
intercom function to best meet the current cockpit situation. The description of the intercom
mode function is valid only when the unit is not in the "Split" mode. Then, the pilot and copilot
intercom is controlled with the ICS button.
ISO: (Up Position): The pilot is isolated from the intercom and is connected only to the aircraft
radio system. He will hear the aircraft radio reception (and sidetone during radio transmissions).
Copilot will hear passengers’ intercom and Entertainment 1, while passengers will hear copilot
intercom and Entertainment 2. Neither will hear aircraft radio receptions or pilot transmissions.
ALL: (Middle Position): All parties will hear the aircraft radio and intercom. Crew will hear Entertainment 1, passengers will hear Entertainment 2. During any radio or intercom communications, the music volume automatically decreases. The music volume increases gradually back to
the original level after communications have been completed.
CREW (Down Position): Pilot and copilot are connected on one intercom channel and have exclusive access to the aircraft radios. They may also listen to Entertainment 1. Passengers can
continue to communicate with themselves without interrupting the Crew and also may listen to
Entertainment 2.
Anytime the PMA7000M-S is in either the COM 1/COM 2,COM 1/C OM 3, or COM 2/3 ("Split
Mode"), the pilot and copilot intercom is controlled with the ICS button. The passengers will
maintain intercommunications, but never hear aircraft radios.
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3.6.3.1 Entertainment Input
The audio selector panel has provisions for two separate entertainment input devices. They operate independently in the PMA7000M-S. The volume control does not affect music level.
While in the ISO (Isolate) mode, the copilot will hear Entertainment 1 while the four passengers
will hear Entertainment #2. The pilot will hear Entertainment 1, at a muted level. In normal operation, whenever a person speaks, or if the aircraft radio becomes active, the music will automatically mute and then will gradually return to the original listening level when the intercom or
radio conversation ceases.
When in the ALL mode, pilot and copilot will hear Entertainment 1 input while all passengers will
hear the Entertainment 2 source. While in the CREW mode, pilot and copilot will hear entertainment input #1 while the passengers may listen to entertainment input #2.
It is also possible to use only one entertainment input device for both entertainment inputs. It is
suggested however, that a switch (DPDT) is installed between the single entertainment device
and entertainment input #1. This will allow the pilot and copilot decide if they hear entertainment
while in the Crew mode.
3.6.3.2
Soft Mute and Soft Mute inhibit
The Soft Mute feature assures that the aircraft radio transmissions will not be missed due to entertainment playing. When there is radio reception or intercom conversation, the music level is
dropped to a low, or background level. When the radio or intercom traffic ceases, the level
gradually returns to normal.
The front panel ICS switch controls muting of entertainment source #1. Pushing this button
places the ICS in “Karoake” or sing along) mode, which inhibits the soft mute feature. This allows the music to continue uninterrupted by intercom or radio traffic when cockpit workload is
appropriate. Pushing the button again will release the mute inhibit function.
The passenger music, source #2, can be placed in the Karoake mode if a remote switch is installed in the aircraft. See wiring information for details.
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Table 3-3 Intercom Modes
Mode
Isolate
Pilot Hears
A/C Radios
Pilot Sidetone
(during radio transmission)
Entertainment 1 is
Muted
Copilot Hears
Copilot and passenger
intercom
Entertainment #1
Passengers Hear
Passenger and Copilot
intercom
Entertainment #2
All
Pilot
Copilot
A/C Radio
Passengers
Entertainment #1
Copilot
Pilot
A/C Radio
Passengers
Entertainment #1
Passengers
Pilot
Copilot
A/C Radio
Entertainment #2
Crew
Pilot
Copilot
A/C Radio
Entertainment #1
Copilot
Pilot
A/C Radio
Entertainment #1
Passengers
Entertainment #2
3.7
Comments
This mode allows the
pilot to communicate
without the others bothered by the conversations. Copilot and passengers can continue to
communicate and listen
to music
This mode allows all on
board to hear radio
reception as well as
communicate on the
intercom. Music and
intercom is muted during
intercom and radio
communications
This mode allows the
pilot and copilot to concentrate on flying, while
the passengers can
communicate amongst
themselves.
P-T-T Intercom Mode
In high noise environments the PMA7000MS can be set to a push to talk intercom. A PTT enable switch and individual PTT buttons must be installed. See section 2.4.13.
3.8
Marker Beacon (PMA7000M-S)
The optional Marker Beacon Receiver uses visual and audio indicators to alert you when the
aircraft passes over a 75 MHz transmitter.
The Blue lamp, labeled "O," is the Outer Marker lamp and has an associated 400 Hertz 'dash'
tone. The lamp and tone will be keyed at a rate of two tones/flashes per second when the aircraft is in the range of the Outer Marker Beacon.
The Amber lamp, labeled "M," is the Middle Marker lamp and is coupled with a 1300 Hertz
tone. It is keyed alternately with short 'dot' and long 'dash' bursts at 95 combinations per minute.
The White lamp, labeled "I," is the Inner marker and has a 3000 Hertz 'dot' tone. The lamp and
tone will be keyed at a rate of six times per second.
The audio from the Marker Beacon Receiver can be heard by selecting the "M" push-button
switch. To adjust the volume level, there is a service adjustment located on the top of the unit.
See Section 2.5
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A three position switch is used to set the receiver sensitivity and to test the indicator lamps. Use
"HIGH" sensitivity initially. This allows you to hear the outer marker beacon about a mile out.
Then select the “LOW” sensitivity to give you a more accurate location of the Outer Marker.
The momentary down switch position is labeled "TEST" and illuminates all three lamps simultaneously to assure the lamps are in working order.
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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. An FAA
Form 337 must also be accompanied by the warranty card for this warranty to be in effect. If
the unit is being installed by in an experimental aircraft, a factory- or dealer made harness must
be installed 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 year from the date of installation. During this one-year warranty period, 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. Shipping charges to return the defective unit are the responsibility of the customer.
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 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.
4.2
Factory Service
The unit is covered by a one-year limited warranty. See warranty information. Call PS Engineering, Inc. at (865) 998-9900 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
9900 Martel Rd
Lenoir City, TN 37772
Phone (865) 988-9800
FAX (865) 988-6619
Please include a detailed description of the problem and a telephone or fax number where we
can contact you during business hours.
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Appendix A External PTT Hook Up
Part of the installation includes the installation of PTT (Push To Talk) switches that allow the use of your aircraft
radio for communications transmissions.
There are three configurations that can be used, you must select the case that best fits your installation. NOTE: Only
the person who presses their PTT switch will be heard over the radio.
CASE I
The PTT is built into the pilot and copilot yokes
Simply install the plugs from the headset into the aircraft headphone jacks. Then use the yoke mounted PTT to transmit. No other action is required.
CASE II
Built in PTT only on the pilot side only
This configuration requires a modified external PTT switch plugged into the copilot's mic jack. (See Details Below)
When the copilot's PTT is depressed, this activates an internal relay that switches the mic audio to the aircraft radio
from the pilot to the copilot.
Case III
No built in PTT switch at all.
Two built-in PTT must be installed, or two external, modified PTT switches will be required for both the pilot and
copilot. Modifications to the PTT are required. (See details below)
Push To Talk Modifications
When received from the manufacturer, an after-market PTT switch opens the mic audio path to the "ring" connection of
the PTT mic plug until the button is pressed. When the PTT is between the intercom and the headset, the intercom
function will not work unless the PTT switch is depressed. A simple modification can be performed to allow proper
intercom operation. NOTE: This mod does not alter normal operation.
Below are some examples of typical modifications. Contact PS Engineering or the PTT manufacturer for more details if
necessary.
Procedures For David Clark PTT
Unscrew the round black plastic cover from the jack.
Connect the joined black wires to the red wire.
Replace the round black plastic cover.
Procedures for Telex PT-200
Unscrew the round black plastic cover from the jack.
Cut the red wire in the middle of the wire.
Strip both ends of the insulation.
Solder the two ends to the ground lug to the PTT jack.
Replace the round black plastic cover.
Procedures for Telex PT-300
Unscrew the round black plastic cover from the plug jack.
Remove the heat shrink material from the joined black wires.
Solder these two wires to the lug that has a white wire already soldered to it.
Replace the round black plastic cover
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PMA7000M-S Series Audio Selector Panel and Intercom System
Installation and Operator’s Manual for Civil Air Patrol
Appendix B Installation Drawing
1.62 in
(41.15 mm)
Cutout size for front mount installation
6.31in (160.3 mm)
6.65 in (167 mm)
Side View
0.60 in (15.25 mm)
1.31 in
(33.27 mm)
CG
0.35 in
(8.9 mm)
3.00 in (76.2 mm)
5.25 in
(133.4 mm)
0.8 in
(20.3 mm)
6.28 in
(159.5 mm)
Rear View
Weight: 1.5 lb with tray and connectors ( .68 kg)
Connector viewed from the rear
Z Y X W V U T S R
P N M
L K
J H F E D C B A
J2 (top)
22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
Z Y X W V U T S R
P N M
9
L K
8
7
6 5
4
3
2
1
J H F E D C B A
J1 (bottom)
22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10
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7
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PMA7000M-S Series Audio Selector Panel and Intercom System
Installation and Operator’s Manual for Civil Air Patrol
Appendix C Bottom Connector Interconnect
9
Com 1 Audio Hi
Communications
Transceiver #1
Com 1 Lo
Notes:
Com 1 Mic Audio Hi
Com 1 Mic Key
P
R
Com 1 Spr Load
Com 1 Spr Load
19
L
Com 1 SPR Load
See Note 8
Com 2 Audio Hi
10
Com 2 Audio Lo
Communications
Transceiver #2
Com 2 Mic Audio Hi
Com 2 Key
Com 3 Audio Hi
Communications
Transceiver #3
Bottom Connector, J1
Com 3 Lo
Com 3 Mic Audio Hi
H
V
16
M
J
K
15
Com 3 Mic Key
VHF Nav 1
Nav 1 Audio Hi
NAV 1 Audio Lo
12
VHF Nav 2
Nav 2 Audio Hi
Nav 2 Audio Lo
13
Ext. Mkr Audio
Mkr Audio In Hi
Mkr Audio In Lo
21
ADF Receiver
ADF Audio Hi
ADF Audio Lo
S
DME Audio Hi
DME Audio Lo
6
1. Pins 7, U, 11, and X not used.
2. All shields should be grounded
at audio panel only.
Other end remains floating.
3. Speaker and Pilot Headphone
ground returns MUST be kept
separate and connected to pin 22.
4. All Power and Ground wires must
be #18 gage wire
5. Pilot mic and headphone jacks must
be isolated from ground.
6. Pin 20 connected through a 3 A
breaker.
7. PA Mute is a TTL level logic output
that is pulled low when PTT active.
8. Speaker loads may be reqired on some
transceivers. Consult manufacturer's
information.
9. Reserved
10. Reserved
11. All shielded wires must be MIL 22759
or 27500.
12. For stereo installation, connect
pilot headphone (L) to top connector,
Pin 1, using 3-conductor wire.
13. Key pin between pin 7 and 8.
All wires #24 awg minimum unless noted
DME Receiver
11
Unswitched Audio #1
Unswitched Input #1 Hi
Unswitched Audio Lo
T
Unswitched Audio #2
Unswitched Input #2 Hi
Unswitched Audio Lo
17
8
Y
Pilot Mic Audio Hi
Pilot Mic PTT
Pilot Mic Lo
Pilot PTT
Pilot Phones (L)
Pilot Phones (R)
Pilot Phones Lo
3
To Pin 1
Top Conn.
Speaker Hi
Speaker Lo
W
22
See Note 12
Ext. Marker Annunciator
See Note 3
MKR Ant.
Ext. Marker Lamp (White)
White Lamp Output
C
Ext. Marker Lamp (Blue)
Blue Lamp Output
5
Ext. Marker Lamp (Amber)
Amber Lamp
4
MM Sense
MM Sense Output
2
RG-58A/U Coax
28 Volt Lights Hi
14 V Lights Hi
See Note 7
Lights Lo
PA Mute Trigger
B
A
F
D
E
18
REV
GLP
GLP
GLP
DWN
DATE 11/11/98
REV
CKD
11-33 VDC
3A (28VDC)
See Note 4, 9
20
See Note 4, 9
Ground
Airframe Ground
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Remove AUX input
9800 MARTEL ROAD, LENOIR CITY TN 37922
DATE 11/11/98
APR
1
Z
Clean up notes
GLP
DATE 11/11/98
TITLE:
PMA7000 Bottom Connector Wiring (CAP)
SIZE
A
DATE:
DOCUMENT NUMBER:
REV
120-070-0211
11/11/98
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Appendix D Top Connector Interconnect
PMA7000M-S J2 TOP CONNECTOR (CAP)
Pilot Phones (L) -see bottom connector.
1
2
3
B
12
11
N
Copilot Phones (L)
Copilot Phones (R)
Copilot Phones Lo
Pass. Phones (L)
Pass. 1 PhonesJack
Pass Phones (R)
Pass. Phones Lo
4
D
Pass. Mic Hi
5
E
Pass. Mic Hi
Pass. Mic Lo
6
F
Pass. Mic Hi
Pass. Mic Lo
Pass. 3 Phones Jack
7
H
Pass. Mic Hi
Pass. Mic Lo
Pass. 4 Phones Jack
Pass. 1 Mic Jack
Pass. Mic Lo
Pass. 2 Phones Jack
Notes 2, 4
8
9
K
Copilot Mic Audio
Copilot Mic Jack
Copilot PTT
Copilot Mic Lo
16
15
T
Ent. #1 Audio (L)
Ent. #1 Input
Ent. #1 Audio (R)
Notes:
Ent. #1 Audio Lo
14
13
R
Note 8
Ent. #2 Audio (L)
Ent. #2 Audio (R)
Ent. #2 Input
Ent. #2 Audio Lo
10
Swap
Swap
Switch
Note 9
L
Copilot ICS-PTT
18
1. Pins A, C, P, and S not used.
2. All shields should be grounded at audio panel only.
other end remains floating.
3. See Message Annunciation section for
more information.
4. All phone and mic jacks must be floating from ground.
5. Keying between pin 4 & 5.
6. All wiring to conform to MIL 22759 or 27500.
7.For a PTT intercom, ground pin 18. This will force intellivox closed.
Connect pin L (copilot) and pin M (pilot) to
ground through a momentary switch. Grounding these pins will
open the respective VOX circuit, and pass mic signals.
8. Ent. # 1 is heard in the pilot and copilot positions only,
Ent. #2 is heard in the passenger positions only.
See section 2.4.10.1.2
9. SWAP Switch is required for full CAP functionality.
PTT Enable
V
Ent. #2 Mute
Note 7
M
Pilot ICS PTT
9800 MARTEL ROAD, LENOIR CITY TN 37922
TITLE:
PMA7000 CAP Top Connector Wiring
SIZE
A
DOCUMENT NUMBER:
REV
120-070-0402
DATE:
07/01/98
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Appendix E Supplemental Wiring per Civil Air Patrol Headquarters.
Purpose:
The purpose of this document is to provide interconnect information to add a transmit position
(observer) to share the COM 3 transceiver if necessary.
Applicability
This applies only to PMA7000MS-CAP versions.
Components required
K1 and K2-
Potter & Brumfield KHS-14D11-24
Diodes-
1N4004 (or Equiv.) (3 ea.)
Switch-
SPDT Momentary, Center off
Mil-Spec = 11TW1-7
Industrial = 11TS15-7
Standard
= 7105SYZQE
Limitations
All wires must be Mil-Spec. Use 2-, 3- and 4- conductor wire with shield as indicated. Use
insulating washers on all jacks to prevent ground loops. Connect shields at unit only.
This drawing is for reference only. PS Engineering, Inc. makes no guarantee that this interconnect will work in all cases.
Operational notes
1. Pass 1 can only transmit on CAP radio.
2. Pilot and copilot can still hear CAP radio
3. Pilot and copilot can hear passenger transmit.
4. Pilot and copilot positions still have use of all 3 radios except when the Pass 1 is in ICS PTT.
5. Pass 1 push to talk puts him on CAP com only.
6. The crew can hear, but cannot transmit on COM 3 while the PASS 1 has radio keyed.
7. When the Pass 1 uses the ICS PTT, he overrides the copilot on the intercom.
a.
When the PTT ICS is activated,
b.
the copilot cannot transmit
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Installation and Operator’s Manual for Civil Air Patrol
c.
This prevents the passenger's voice from going out instead of the copilot's.
d.
If pass 1 does not push the ICS PTT switch, he will be heard on the passenger
intercom, but NOT in crew intercom in CREW or Split modes.
NAT
NPX138
Rx Audio Hi
Rx Audio Lo
Mic Key
Mic Audio Hi
Mic Audio Lo
PMA7000-CAP
Bottom Connector
9
21
8
7
19
Com 3 Audio Hi 1. Pass 1 can only transmit on CAP radio.
1
Audio Low (ref) 3. Pilot and copilot can hear passenger transmit.
15
K
2. Pilot and copilot can still hear CAP radio
Mic Key
Mic Audio Hi
Mic Audio Lo
1
9
5
+28 V
Power
12
4
13
NOTES:
J
4. Pilot and copilot positions still have use of
all 3 radios except when the Pass 1 is in ICS PTT.
5. Pass 1 push to talk puts him on CAP com only.
6. The crew can hear, but cannot transmit on COM 3
while the PASS 1 has radio keyed.
7. When the Pass 1 uses the ICS PTT, he overrides
the copilot on the intercom.
When the PTT ICS is activated,
the copilot cannot transmit.
This prevents the passenger's voice from going out instead of the copilot's.
If pass 1 does not push the ICS PTT switch, he will be heard on the passenger intercom,
but NOT in crew intercom in CREW or Split modes.
PMA7000-CAP
Top Connector
8
14
K1
9
1
4
Pass 1 Mic Audio Hi
D
Pass 1 Mic Audio Lo
8
Copilot Mic Audio Hi
9
Copilot Mic PTT
K
Copilot Mic Audio Lo
5
Pass Mic Jack
Copilot Mic Jack
4
12
10
2
Copilot
Phones Jack
13
K2
14
Pass. 1
Phones Jack
2
3
B
Copilot Phones Audio (L)
Copilot Phones Audio (R)
Copilot Audio Lo
11
12
N
Pass Phones Audio (L)
Pass Phones Audio (R)
Pass Audio Lo
Pass. 2
Phones Jack
SPDT
Center off,
momentary switch
Pass. 3
Phones Jack
K1 and K2 Potter & Brumfield
Pass. 1
Pass. 1
KHS-17D11-24 (24V aircraft)
NPX PTT
ICS PTT
Diodes- 1N4004 (3 each)
Switch, SPDT Momentary, Center off
SW1
C&K Part options:
--Mil Spec-- 11TW1-7, MS27718-27-1 (Newark 23F2131)
--Industrial 11TS15-7 (Newark 23G2118)
--Standard 7105SYZQE (Newark 21F652)
Pass. 4
Phones Jack
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Appendix F
PMA7000-CAP
Observer Transmit Wiring
PS Engineering Inc.
(865) 988-9800, (865) 988-6619
Revised 09-20-2000
Rev. 4, Sept. 2000
PS Engineering
PMA7000M-S Series Audio Selector Panel and Intercom System
Installation and Operator’s Manual for Civil Air Patrol
Appendix F - Instructions for FAA Form 337 and continuing airworthiness
Instructions for FAA Form 337, Audio Panels
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 PMA7000M-S, you may use the following text as a guide.
Installed audio selector and 6-place intercom, PS Engineering PMA7000M-S, part number 7000 (X) 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 200-072-(XXXX), revision (), dated ( ).
This unit is FAA-Approved under TSO C50c for audio amplifiers, TSO C35d for Marker Beacon Receivers,
and meets appropriate environmental qualifications outlined in RTCA DO-160C as appropriate or this aircraft.
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 3A circuit breaker (type and part number),
and total electrical load does not exceed
% of the electrical system capacity with the PMA7000M-S
added.
Aircraft equipment list, weights and balance amended. Compass compensation checked. A copy of the operation instructions, contained in PS Engineering document 200-072-( ), revision ( ), dated ( ), is placed in the aircraft records. All work accomplished listed on Work Order
.
Instructions for Continuing Airworthiness, Audio Panels
Sample ICA Checklist for PS Engineering Audio Panels:
S ection
1
Introduction
Item
2
Description
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
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Information
Installation of audio control panel with integrated marker beacon receiver and
intercommunications 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 COM 1. 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
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PMA7000M-S Series Audio Selector Panel and Intercom System
Installation and Operator’s Manual for Civil Air Patrol
Appendix G RTCA DO160C Environmental Qualification Form
Audio Selector Panel/Intercom/Maker Beacon Receiver
Part Number: 7000; 7000M; 7000S; 7000M-S
FAA TSO Number: C50c, C35b Class A
Manufacturer: PS Engineering Incorporated
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
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Section
4.0
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.4
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
Lenoir City TN 37772
Conducted Tests
Equipment tested to CAT A1 & D1
-20° C Storage, -15°C Low Operating
+85°C Storage, +70°C High Operating
Not Applicable, no cooling required
50,000’ 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
19.0
Equipment tested to Category C
Equipment tested to Category A
Equipment tested to Operational test only
Equipment tested to Operational test only
Equipment tested to Operational test only
Equipment tested to Category M & N
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
Equipment tested to Category B
20.0
21.0
22.0
Equipment tested to Category T
Equipment tested to Category B
Equipment tested to Category K
23.0
24.0
Category X, not tested
Category X, not tested
Appendix F
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