Portable 1553 bus analyzer
Excalibur Introduces its End to End Solution for your MIL-STD-1553 needs.
Record ---> Analyze ---> Reconstruct
Run multiple RT’s in Lab:
Some RT’s may be ready some not
Simulate Bus Controller and some RT’s
Simulate Bus timing and errors
Monitor responses for timing, quality and correctness
Simulate BC for single message response
Simulate other RT for RT to RT commands
Inject errors to check response
Alter intermessage timing for stress testing
Reconstruct Bus activity in lab
Selectively simulate RT’s
Match bus timing taken from in-flight record
Perform regression testing
Analyze flight data for:
Health analysis – error statistics
Engineering data patterns
Indirect data analysis i.e., data comprised of other units, e.g., acceleration = speed Δ / time
Correlations between different data elements, e.g. temperature relative to altitude
Our new inline Bus Monitor is a very small, very light MIL-STD 1553 Bus Monitor that can be connected to any Windows device with a USB connector. It monitors and records all or selected 1553 traffic for later analysis or reconstruction in the lab.
Our 4000 and 8000 line of products can be used to monitor or simulate a wide range of avionics interfaces (MIL-STD 1553, ARINC 429, MMSI, ARINC 825 CANbus, Ethernet, etc.) using Exalt, interface programs (Merlin, Mystic) or user programs.
Exalt is our Windows base graphical tool that allows you to analyze real time or recorded data using many different views: raw data, engineering units or graphical displays.
Data can be then extracted from the recorded file, and re-transmitted over the bus to another system in order to see in detail what happened during the recorded test.
The combination of a handheld computer, in-line 1553 monitor and Exalt provides a complete solution for testing and maintaining MIL-STD 1553 networks.
|EXC-1553USB/PM||MIL-STD-1553 USB interface board. Monitor only|
|EXALT PLUS||Exalt Plus - Excalibur's Analysis and Laboratory Tool|