A330 MRTT. ECU for FRU & POD Light indication.

TEMAI has designed, certified and is manufacturing the Electronics Control Unit (ECU) for Deployed Hose Length Lights system for A330 MRTT platform from Airbus Defence and Space. This equipment is in charge of commanding the signalling given to the receiver aircraft, through visual & infrared indications with accurate information of refuelling status, hose relative position and speed. This ECU sends this information in real time through Arinc429, 1553 and CAN buses to the Control Computer, DO160 and MIL-STD-704F certified with operation at -40º to 70 Celsius degrees, operating at 55000 feet with 5.5g of vibration, with lightning and EMI-EMC protections and with reliable DO178 software running on electronics units with DAL B certification.

A330 MRTT. ECU for flight control stick for Tail Boom system for air refuelling operations.

TEMAI has designed, certified and is manufacturing the Electronics Control Unit (ECU) computation for Tail Boom system for A330 MRTT platform from Airbus Defence and Space. The beam has two degrees of freedom (pitch and roll) with respect to the tanker to allow for maneuvering during the connecting phase. The beam is maneuvered by means of aerodynamic ruddervator control surfaces hinged to the beam structure. The control surface positions are commanded by a flight control stick mounted on the Boom Operator (BO) control console. The operator inputs on the stick in pitch and roll are translated by the flight control laws into boom attitude demand relative to the tanker A/C. DO160 certified with operation at -40º to 70 Celsius degrees, operating at 55000 feet with 5.5g of vibration, with lightning and EMI-EMC protections and with reliable DO178 software running on electronics units with DAL A certification.

FT4B Elevator Backup Control Unit.

TEMAI is manufacturing the FT4B Elevator Backup Control Unit that provides emergency control over an actuator of each elevator when the primary system (dual ACE) fails. It also performs continuous monitoring functions that could be employed as an auxiliary source of information for monitoring and signal consolidation purposes.