Kidde Aerospace & Defense to provide A350 XWB overheat detection system

  • 06-Feb-2009 03:27 EST
Honeywell selected Hamilton Sundstrand's Kidde Aerospace & Defense business unit to supply the overheat detection system (ODS) for the Airbus A350 XWB platform. The A350 XWB ODS will monitor the aircraft environmental control system's bleed air ducts for overheat conditions caused by failures. The system features linear thermal sensors, interconnecting cable assemblies, and electronic controls residing within the Honeywell Bleed Overheat Monitoring Unit, and it will be designed and manufactured at Kidde Aerospace & Defense's Wilson, NC, facility.
HTML for Linking to Page
Page URL
Rate It
0.00 Avg. Rating

Read More Articles On

Researchers from Iowa State University are expanding fundamental materials studies into research and development of new, all-solid-state technology for batteries.
The 2016 Unmanned Canada (UC) conference, hosted in Alberta, provided a venue for many specialist companies to outline their programs for new UAV technologies, capabilities, products, and services.
NRL scientists have demonstrated metallic spin filtering at room temperature using ferromagnet-graphene-ferromagnet thin film junction devices.
Northrop Grumman recently completed its successful inaugural flight test of the UTC Aerospace Systems MS-177 sensor payload on an RQ-4 Global Hawk. The ability to carry more powerful sensors close the capability gap between the RQ-4 and soon-to-be-retired Lockheed U-2.

Related Items

Training / Education
Technical Paper / Journal Article