Aircraft Interface Devices
ABS-AID - Aircraft Interface Devices
The Ready Solution
The AB2-AID is ready to go with high-performance avionics I/O combined with valuable built-in features such as a 9-port Ethernet switch, Ethernet to serial bridge, and 8GB flash memory. All in a compact, rugged package for easier integration and longer life.
- Commercial and military
- Fixed wing, helicopter, ground mobile
- DO-160 Certified
- Rugged: MIL-STD-810
- EMC quiet: MIL-STD-461
- Optimal combination of avionics I/O and operational features
- Certified device with FAA Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA)
- Based on proven AB2000 design deployed on over 30 aircraft platforms
- Lightweight and low power
- Integrated 9-port Ethernet switch
- Multiple AID models available
- Numerous expansion options
High-Performance Aircraft Interface Devices
Solve avionics system integration and compatibility problems with Astronics' versatile Aircraft Interface Devices. These rugged units are an essential part of many avionics upgrades, such as electronic flight bag (EFB) and in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems, where they serve avionics data while protecting aircraft control domains from interference and corruption.
Comprehensive AID Solution
The AB2-AID is a comprehensive AID solution with a broad array of avionics I/O and high-level functionality to meet the changing needs of the modern airline industry. It features proven electronic design, rugged construction, and durable 38999 connectors for high reliability and long life. As the preeminent AID on the market, the AB2-AID is ready to manage the most demanding interface programs with valuable built-in features such as a 9-port Ethernet switch, Ethernet to serial bridge, and 8GB flash memory.
Versatile Aircraft Interface Devices are ideal for a wide variety of mil-aero applications, including:
- Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Integration
- In-flight entertainment systems
- Data/protocol converting
- Data concentrating
- Firewall protection for critical avionics data
- On-aircraft data loading
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