RTD I/O System Description

The I/O or Input/Output System on the RTD consists of Digital Inputs, Digital Outputs, Analog Inputs, and Analog Outputs. The I/O System is managed by the Griffon Host software through the CAN Bus System.

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RTD Power Distribution Description

The RTD connects to facility power via a 15A 120 VAC plug (NEMA 5-15P). Power from the facility connects directly to Power Strip 1 on the Electronics Shelf under the RTD glareshield cover.

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RTD Computer Description

The Computer contains the Host Software, which processes all the flight computations and manages the I/O, and is responsible for generating the environmental sounds, such as engine sounds, and cockpit alerts.

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Prepar3D View and Window Correction

RTD trainers with 3 Visual displays, there are certain situations which can arise that can cause the Prepar3D windows to be misaligned compared to the trainer displays (usually due to hardware changes or instability).

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