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Penny And GILES D51600 operating manual

Hello. Where I can find Penny And GILES D51600 operating and calibration manual?

EDLB, Germany

I have one, give me a few days and I provide you a scanned pdf of it.

Ukraine

I wrote to the manufacturer and they sent me an electronic copy free of charge. Here it is.
Penny_and_Giles_D51600_Microleak_manual_pdf

Last Edited by Ultranomad at 10 Oct 13:26
LKBU (near Prague), Czech Republic

Thank you. Does anyone have good/bad experience on this unit?

EDLB, Germany

Hi. I’m looking for one more item regarding this.
I haven’t previous calibration certificate of annual calibration and labolatory is asking about any template.
Can anyone share it ? Or maybe you know good lab’s in Germany or EU can do this..

EDLB, Germany

You do realise this unit is only approved for leak-testing and not for performing pitot-static system calibration checks such as FAR 91.411?

Avionics geek.
Somewhere remote in Devon, UK.

wigglyamp wrote:
Where its coming from (easa rules) ?

I can’t see limit in manual:

The PSLT (Figure 2) is a robust, battery-powered, portable instrument with state-of-the-art microprocessor control, offering the following features:
A. Leak testing of aircraft pitot and static systems.
B. Functional checking of aircraft airspeed and altitude switches.

As far as I know this unit is used by some small companies in Germany for annual transponder/pitot/static testing.
This unit provide more features/accurancy then analog Barfield tester with old steam gauges.

EDLB, Germany

If you look at table 1 here: http://www.faa-aircraft-certification.com/43-appendix-e.html, you see that you need to read aircraft altitude to a much tighter limit than the 50 foot display resolution the test set can generate. It’s name gives it away – PSLT – pitot-static leak tester.

Avionics geek.
Somewhere remote in Devon, UK.

Two different things being discussed. Where was FAA mentioned? Not really applicable anyway since the paperwork has to come from an FAA 145 company.

Administrator
Shoreham EGKA, United Kingdom

Hmm… so its interesting how they are doing it.
Seems that I need to stay with my barefield…

Any shops recomendation in eu?

EDLB, Germany
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