LITEF LCR-110 receives EASA certification
LITEF has received ETSO certification from EASA for its LCR-110 GNSS-aided Inertial Reference System (GIRS).
Compact, very precise and resistant
Ultimate safety under the most demanding of conditions
Based on MEMS-technology gyroscopes and accelerometers, the LCR-350B AHRS delivers ultimate reliability under the most challenging of operationally conditions. Intensive research and development at LITEF have given rise to a product that - in a compact housing and with light weight - delivers superlative performance and ultimate protection against high-frequency radiation (e.g. radar).
Compared to equivalent systems based on MEMS technology, the LCR-350B provides enhanced precision and resistance to vibration right across the entire operational range. As well as the heading & attitude angle, the LCR-350B outputs physically robust acceleration and rotation data, so it delivers an attractive solution for use in all kinds of aircraft and helicopters.
The system obtains its heading reference from an external magnetometer. Whenever GNSS data is supplied to the system, it can then also output hybrid navigation data with a high bandwidth and low noise. The LCR-350B outputs its signals across an ARINC 429 interface to the cockpit system and if required, it gives the pilot the option of switching into free inertial heading mode (DG mode).
The LCR-350B supplements the existing fibre optic AHRS systems from LITEF and is certified in accordance with ETSO/TSO C-201.