JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger 10

JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger 10
JA72-005 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus
JA72-210
Glove Box with Dual USB Charger
10 Dzus
Installation and Operating Manual
Rev. A
Jupiter Avionics Corporation
1959 Kirschner Road
Kelowna BC
Canada V1Y 4N7
Tel: +1 778 478 2232
Toll-Free: 1 855 478 2232
www.jupiteravionics.com
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Copyright 2015 Jupiter Avionics Corp.
All rights reserved
Jupiter Avionics Corporation (JAC) permits a single copy of this manual to be printed or downloaded for the express
use of an installing agency. Any such electronic or printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this
copyright notice. Any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual is strictly prohibited. Except as described
above, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded, or stored in any
storage medium for any purpose without the express prior written consent of JAC.
IMPORTANT:
Information in this document is subject to change without notice.
To confirm the current revision status of this manual, visit the JAC website:
www.jupiteravionics.com
Revision
A
Rev Date
Dec 2015
RECORD OF REVISIONS
Description
Initial release, Serial number 1001 and higher.
Prepared:
MPB
Rev A
Checked:
ECR
3871
Approved:
JAC
JAC
02-11-16
02-11-16
AH
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Table of Contents
SECTION 1 - DESCRIPTION ........................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1
System Overview .............................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2
Features Overview............................................................................................................................................ 1
1.3
Inputs and Outputs ........................................................................................................................................... 1
1.3.1
Inputs ........................................................................................................................................................ 1
1.3.2
Output ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.4
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.4.1
Electrical Specifications ............................................................................................................................ 1
1.4.2
Mechanical Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 2
1.4.3
Flammability of Materials .......................................................................................................................... 2
SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION ........................................................................................................................................ 3
2.1
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2
Continued Airworthiness ................................................................................................................................... 3
2.3
Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment .............................................................................................................. 3
2.3.1
2.4
Warranty ....................................................................................................................................................... 3
Installation Procedures ..................................................................................................................................... 3
2.4.1
Installation Limitations .................................................................................................................................. 3
2.4.2
Cabling and Wiring ....................................................................................................................................... 3
2.4.3
Mechanical Installation ................................................................................................................................. 4
2.4.6
Post Installation Checks ............................................................................................................................... 4
2.5
2.5.1
2.6
Installation Kit ................................................................................................................................................... 4
Recommended Crimp tools ...................................................................................................................... 4
Installation Drawings ......................................................................................................................................... 4
SECTION 3 – OPERATION ............................................................................................................................................. 5
3.1
Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2
Front Panel Connectors .................................................................................................................................... 5
3.2.1
3.3
USB POWER OUTPUT 5V/2.1A .............................................................................................................. 5
Compatibility ..................................................................................................................................................... 5
Appendix A - Installation Drawings ........................................................................................................................... A1
A1
Introduction ..................................................................................................................................................... A1
A2
Installation Drawings ....................................................................................................................................... A1
Appendix B - Installation Documents ........................................................................................................................ B1
B1
Airworthiness .................................................................................................................................................. B2
B2
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness ........................................................................................................ B2
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SECTION 1 - DESCRIPTION
1.1
System Overview
The JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus allows the aircraft owner /operator to use an unused
portion of the instrument panel for storage. The interior of the glove box has a black anodized finish to minimize
scratches.
The JA72-210 uses a 10 Dzus high aperture.
1.2
Features Overview
Two USB 2.0 Type A receptacles are provided to supply 5 Vdc power up to 2.1 Amps each.
1.3
Inputs and Outputs
Refer to the JA72-210 connector map for the mating connector designators and contact assignments for the input and
bi-directional signals.
1.3.1
Inputs
Name
D+ and DPOWER INPUT
SPARE
1.3.2
Qty
4
1
6
Type
Charge sense
Power
Spare
Qty
2
Type
USB power output
Output
Name
+5VDC
1.4
Specifications
1.4.1
Electrical Specifications
Power Input
1.4.1.1
Rev A
Primary nominal voltage
Maximum voltage
Minimum voltage
Emergency voltage
Power Input - Off
28.0 Vdc
32.2 Vdc
22.0 Vdc
18.0 Vdc
≤ 14 Vdc
Input current at 28 Vdc
≤ 1.4 A
+5V Output Performance (per port)
Output rated current
2.10 A
Output rated voltage
+5 Vdc ± 12 %
Ripple
≤ 280 mVrms
Short circuit
≥ 1 min
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1.4.2
Mechanical Specifications
Height
3.75 in [95.3 mm] maximum
Behind panel depth (not including connectors)
5.71 in [145.0 mm] maximum
Width
5.75 in [146.1 mm] maximum
Weight
1.50 lb [0.68 kg] maximum
Enclosure:
5052-H32 aluminum; brushed
texture and black anodized
Faceplate
6061-T651 Aluminum with flat black
urethane paint; white legends
Connectors (3):
1.4.3
J1 Main
J2/3 USB
One 9-pin D-Sub male, V5 locking
Two USB Type A Female
Mounting
4 Dzus fasteners
Bonding
≤ 2.5 mΩ
Installation kit part number
INST-JA72
Flammability of Materials
The JA72-210 complies with the requirements of RTCA/DO-160G Sec 26.3.3 "Flammability", through equivalent
flammability testing of materials and the Small Parts Exemption.
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SECTION 2 – INSTALLATION
2.1
Introduction
This section contains unpacking and inspection procedures, installation information, and post-installation checks.
2.2
Continued Airworthiness
Maintenance of the JA72-210 is on condition only. Scheduled inspection and/or periodic maintenance of this unit is
not required.
2.3
Unpacking and Inspecting Equipment
Unpack the equipment carefully. Check for shipping damage and report any problems to the relevant carrier. Confirm
that the Authorized Release Certificate or Certificate of Conformance is included. Complete the on-line warranty card
from the Jupiter Avionics Corporation (JAC) website – www.jupiteravionics.com/warranty.
2.3.1
Warranty
All products manufactured by JAC are warranted to be free of defects in workmanship or performance for 2 years
from the date of installation by an approved JAC dealer or agency. This warranty covers the cost of all materials and
labour to repair or replace the unit, but does not include the cost of transporting the defective unit to and from JAC or
its designated warranty repair centre, or of removing and replacing the defective unit in the aircraft. This warranty
does not cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident, or unauthorized alteration or repairs.
THIS WARRANTY IS VOID IF THE PRODUCT IS NOT INSTALLED BY AN AUTHORIZED JAC DEALER. If the online warranty card is not completed, the product will be warranted from the date of manufacture.
Contact JAC for return authorization, and for any questions regarding this warranty and how it applies to your unit(s).
JAC is the final arbiter concerning warranty issues.
2.4
Installation Procedures
CAUTION: The power input circuitry of the unit may be damaged if the installation does not conform
to the wiring instructions in this manual.
2.4.1
Installation Limitations
Those installing the JA72, on or in a specific type or class of aircraft, must determine that the aircraft installation
conditions meet standards. The JA72 may be installed only by following the applicable airworthiness requirements.
2.4.2
Cabling and Wiring
All wire shall be selected in accordance with the original aircraft manufacturer’s maintenance instructions, or AC43.131B Change 1, Paragraphs 11-76 through 11-78. Follow the Connector Map in Appendix A of this manual.
Note that this unit has a ‘clamshell’ hood that is installed after the wiring is complete.
Maintain wire segregation and route wiring in accordance with the original aircraft manufacturer’s maintenance
instructions.
Unless otherwise noted, all wiring shall be a minimum of 20 AWG. Refer to the Interconnect drawing for additional
specifications.
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2.4.3
Mechanical Installation
The JA72-210 can be mounted in any attitude and location with adequate space for the front panel and sufficient
clearance for the connector and wiring harness. It requires no direct cooling.
2.4.4
Post Installation Checks
2.4.4.1
Voltage/Resistance checks.
Do not attach this unit until the following conditions are met:
a)
b)
c)
d)
Check P1 pin 1 for +28 Vdc relative to ground.
Check P1 pin 6 (power ground) for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 Ω).
Check P1 pin 7 (chassis ground) for continuity to ground (less than 0.5 Ω).
Check all pins for shorts to ground or adjacent pins.
2.4.4.2
Power on Checks
Power up the aircraft’s systems and confirm normal operation of all functions of the JA72. Refer to
Section 3 (Operation) for specific operational details.
When all performance checks are satisfied, complete the necessary regulatory documentation before releasing the
aircraft for service. Refer to Appendix B.
2.5
Installation Kit
The kit required to install this unit is not included with the unit.
The installation kit (Part # INST-JA72) consists of the following:
Quantity
1
1
2.5.1
JAC Part #
CON-3420-0009
DOC-INST-JA72
Recommended Crimp tools
Tool Type
POSITRONIC
DANIELS
MIL-SPEC
2.6
Description
D-Sub 9-pin connector, hood and 9 crimp pins
JA72 Assembly Notes, Installation Kit
Standard D-Sub Crimp Tool Chart
Hand crimping tool
Positioner
9507-0-0-0
9502-5-0-0
AFM 8
K13-1
M22520/2-01
M22520/2-08
Insertion/extractor tool
4711-2-0-0
91067-2
M81969/1-02
Installation Drawings
The drawings and documents required for Installation can be found in Appendix A of this manual.
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SECTION 3 – OPERATION
3.1
Introduction
This section contains the operating instructions for the JA72-210.
The JA72-210 provides a useful storage space with the added benefits of storing and charging two phones or other
devices.
The JA72-210 uses a 10 Dzus high panel height.
3.2
Front Panel Connectors
The JA72-210 has two front
panel USB Power output
connectors.
USB Power
Output
3.2.1
USB Power Output 5V/2.1A
The Power Outputs are USB Type A connectors.
These connectors are provided to supply 5 Vdc up to 2.1 Amps each for charging cell phones and similar devices.
Note: These ports are not designed to be used for data transfer.
3.3
Compatibility
CAUTION: Attempting to connect an incompatible plug or device could damage the JA72, the
attached device, or both.
If in doubt regarding compatibility of a specific item, contact Jupiter Avionics (www.jupiteravionics.com).
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Appendix A - Installation Drawings
A1
Introduction
The drawings necessary for installation and troubleshooting of the JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10
Dzus are in this Appendix, as listed below.
A2
Installation Drawings
DOCUMENT
Rev
JA72-210 Connector Map
A
JA72-210 Interconnect
A
JA72-210 Mechanical Installation
A
Rev A
Page A1
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SPARE 6
SPARE 2
2
SPARE 5
SPARE 1
1
CHASSIS GROUND
POWER INPUT
P1
9 PIN FEMALE DMIN
MATING CONNECTOR
POWER GROUND
Main Connector
VIEW IS FROM REAR OF MATING CONNECTOR
4
3
2
1
D+
D-
+5V
P2 & P3
GROUND
USB Connector
USB TYPE A MALE
MATING CONNECTOR
View is from front of mating connector
PREPARED
TAT
JAC
CHECKED
01-25-16
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TITLE
JAC
APPROVED
01-25-16
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NCAGE CODE
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JA72-210 INTERCONNECT WIRING NOTES
NOTES
1.
ALL WIRE SIZE SHOULD BE 20 AWG MIN UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. UNSHIELDED
WIRE SHOULD BE SELECTED PER FAA AC43.13-1B CHANGE 1 PARA 11-76 TO 11-78. WIRE
TYPES SHOULD BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH MIL-W-22759 AS DESCRIBED IN FAA AC43.13-1B
CHANGE 1 PARA 11-85 AND 11-86 AND LISTED IN TABLE 11-11 OR 11-12.
2
CONNECTION TO AIRFRAME GROUND SHOULD BE MADE WITH 20 AWG WIRE. LENGTH NOT
TO EXCEED 3 FT (0.91 M).
3
CABLE LENGTH NOT TO EXCEED 6 FT (1.82 M).
PREPARED
TAT
JAC
CHECKED
01-25-16
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APPROVED
01-25-16
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TO JUPITER AVIONICS CORP.
JUPITER AVIONICS TEMPLATE AUTOCAD PORTRAIT SIZEA REV B.DWT
NCAGE CODE
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1/2
P1
9 PIN FEMALE DMIN
MATING CONNECTOR
J1
JA72-210 MAIN
POWER INPUT
20 AWG
1
POWER GROUND
6
CHASSIS GROUND
7
+ 28 VDC POWER
2A
20 AWG
2
20 AWG
CHASSIS GROUND
2
SPARE 1
SPARE 2
SPARE 3
SPARE 4
SPARE 5
SPARE 6
2
3
4
5
8
9
J2 & J3
JA72-210 USB
P2 & P3
USB TYPE A MALE
MATING CONNECTOR
+5V
1
D-
2
D+
3
GROUND
4
CHARGEABLE USB DEVICE
3
20 AWG
20 AWG
PREPARED
1
VBUS
2
D-
3
D+
4
GROUND
TAT
JAC
CHECKED
01-25-16
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APPROVED
01-25-16
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PART NO.
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JA72-210 Interconnect Rev A.dwg
SHEET
2/2
4.92in MAX
125.0mm MAX
2.40in
61mm
5.71in MAX
145.0mm MAX
CENTER OF GRAVITY
0.03in [0.8mm]
2.26in
57.4mm
WEIGHT: 1.50 lbs [0.68 kg] MAX.
4.68in
118.8mm
Inside Dimension
2.74in
69.6mm
Inside Dimension
Note: Standard Pop Can diameter 2.60"
2.35in
59.7mm
3.75in MAX
95.3mm MAX
4.46in
113.3mm
1.42in
36.1mm
J1
J2
5.75in MAX
146.1mm MAX
J3
0.45in MAX
11.4mm MAX
5.52in MAX
140.2mm MAX
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
PREPARED
DIMENSIONS ARE IN INCHES
ANGLES ARE IN DEGREES
TOLERANCES:
1 DEC PLACE:
0.1
CHECKED
2 DEC PLACE:
0.01
3 DEC PLACE:
0.005
ANGLES:
0.5 DEG
TAT
JAC
01-25-16
DS
JAC
APPROVED
MATERIAL: N/A
FINISH: N/A
JUPITER AVIONICS TEMPLATE SOLIDWORKS LANDSCAPE SIZEB REV B.DRWDOT
01-25-16
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CONFIDENTIAL & PROPRIETARY
TO JUPITER AVIONICS CORP.
DRAWING NOT TO SCALE
TITLE
NCAGE CODE
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Appendix B - Installation Documents
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Airworthiness
Airworthiness approval of the JA72-210 may require completion of a TCCA Major Modification Report per CAR
STD (AWM) 571 Appendix L, or a FAA Form 337. The sample wording for a description of the work is provided to
assist the Installing Agency in preparing Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) when installing a Jupiter
Avionics JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus. This sample may be modified appropriately for
new installations. It is the installer’s responsibility to determine the applicability of the method used. Installations
performed outside Canada must follow the applicable aviation authority’s regulations.
Sample Wording:
Installed the Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus in [aircraft location].
Installed in accordance with the JA72-210 Installation Manual, Revision [ ], and AC 43.13-2, Chapters 2, and 3.
The JA72-210 Installation Manual provides detailed installation instructions and wiring diagrams (Section 2, and
Appendices A and B).
Power is supplied to the JA72-210 through a 2-Amp circuit breaker.
Aircraft equipment list, weights and balance amended. Compass compensation checked and found to conform to
applicable regulations.
B2
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
Maintenance of the JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus is “on condition” only. Refer to the
JA72-210 Maintenance Manual. Periodic maintenance of the JA72-210 is not required.
The following sample Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) provides assistance in preparing ICA for the
Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 unit installation as part of a Type Certificate (TC) or Supplemental Type Certificate
(STC) project to comply with CAR STD (AWM) 523/527/525/529.1529 or FAR 23/25/27/29.1529 “Instructions for
Continued Airworthiness”.
Items that may vary by aircraft make and model are shown in brackets (“[ ]”) and should be filled in as
appropriate. Some of the checklist items do not apply, in which case they should be marked “N/A” (Not
Applicable).
Instructions for Continued Airworthiness, Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 Glove
Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus in an [Aircraft Make and Model]
1. Introduction
[Aircraft that has been altered: Registration number, Make, Model and Serial Number]
Content, Scope, Purpose and Arrangement: This document identifies the Instructions for Continued
Airworthiness for a Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 installed in an [aircraft make and model].
Applicability: Applies to a Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 installed in an [aircraft make and model].
Definitions/Abbreviations: None, N/A.
Precautions: None, N/A.
Units of Measurement: None, N/A.
Referenced Publications: JA72-210 Installation and Operating Manual
JA72-210 Maintenance Manual
STC/TC # [applicable STC/TC number for the specific aircraft installation]
Distribution: This document should be a permanent aircraft record.
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2. Description of the System/Alteration
Jupiter Avionics JA72-210 Glove Box with Dual USB Charger - 10 Dzus. Refer to Appendix A of this manual
for interconnect information. Refer to aircraft manufacturer approved interconnect for actual installation.
3. Control, Operation Information
Refer to section 3 of this manual.
4. Servicing Information
N/A
5. Maintenance Instructions
Maintenance of the JA72-210 is ‘on condition’ only. Periodic maintenance is not required. Refer to the
JA72-210 Maintenance Manual.
6. Troubleshooting Information
Refer to the JA72-210 Maintenance Manual.
7. Removal and Replacement Information
Refer to Section 2 of this manual - the JA72-210 Installation and Operating Manual. If the unit is removed and
reinstalled, a functional check of the equipment should be conducted.
8. Diagrams
Refer to Appendix A of this manual - the JA72-210 Installation and Operating Manual - for installation
drawings and interconnect examples.
9. Special Inspection Requirements
N/A
10. Application of Protective Treatments
N/A
11. Data: Relative to Structural Fasteners
JA72-210 and appropriate mounting hardware installation, removal and replacement should be in accordance
with applicable provisions of AC 43.13-1B and AC 43.13-2A.
12. Special Tools
N/A
13. This Section is for Commuter Category Aircraft Only
A. Electrical loads: Refer to Section 1 of the JA72-210 Installation and Operating Manual.
B. Methods of balancing flight controls: N/A.
C. Identification of primary and secondary structures: N/A.
D. Special repair methods applicable to the airplane: N/A.
14. Overhaul Period
No additional overhaul time limitations.
15. Airworthiness Limitation Section
N/A
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