By E. H. J. Pallett
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4 Pitot-static instruments and systems Pitot-Static System The pitot-static system of an aircraft is a system in which total pressure created by the forward motion of the aircraft and the static pressure of the atmosphere surrounding it are sensed and measured in terms of speed, altitude and rate of change of altitude (vertical speed). In other words, the system may be referred to as a manornetric, or air data system. 1. 1 Basic pitotstatic system.
There are several ways in which numerical data can be displayed by means of light-emission, but the ones which are of interest in this context are the liquid-crystal display and the light-emitting diode display. 14) consists of two glass plates, coated on their i n n a surfaces with a thin transparent conductor such as indium oxide. The conductor on the front plate is etched into a standard display format of seven bars or segments each segment forming an electrode. Each bar is electrically separate and is selected by a logicldriver circuit which causes the bars to illuminate in patterns forming the digit to be displayed (diagram (b)).
GRADUATION MARK SCALE SPACING IN UNITS OF 1 which the scale marks and line of travel of the pointer are ckefined. Scale marks, or graduation marks, are the marks which constitute the scale of the instrument. For quantitative displays it is of extreme importance that the number of marks be chosen carefully in order to obtain quick and accurate interpretations of readings. If there are too few marks dividing the scale, vital information may be lost and reading errors may occur. If, on the other hand, there are too many marks, time will be wasted since speed of reading decreases as the number of markings increases.