The industry's best-selling integrated TAWS for corporate, regional and air transport markets, the Sandel ST3400 is an integrated panel-mount system that outperforms cumbersome remote-mount TAWS systems that weigh and cost far more. A 3-ATI-size system that features a TAWS database, processor and oversized, high-resolution color display in a single unit, the ST3400 meets TSO C151b for both Class A and Class B requirements. Also incorporating RMI functionality, the ST3400 serves as a drop-in replacement for conventional RMI units, displaying terrain maps, topographic maps, navigation waypoint maps and TCAS data.
Exclusive to the ST3400 is the implementation of the Virtual Approach PathTM (VAP). Internally the ST3400 contains a synthetic glideslope to all runways based on FAA TERPS (terminal procedures). If the airplane is in a position to land and has FAA terrain clearances, the system is guaranteed not to alert - a very smart suppression method. This is something no other system does.
- Drop-in, 3-ATI form factor
- Easy and inexpensive to install
- Costs up to 50% less than other TAWS
- No 'happy boxes' required
- Works with digital and analog avionics
- A wide variety of FMS/GPS interfaces
- TCAS I display option
- Complete FAA TAWS compliance
- Meets Class A TAWS requirements for airlines and Part 135 operations
- Meets Class B TAWS requirements for Part 91 operations
- Full-time terrain display
- Runway and waypoint overlay
- Integrated TAWS computer and flat-panel display
- RMI display
- Highly reliable
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The Sandel ST3400 TAWS System is unique in that it can accept either a 2000 or 2500 ft. Radio altimeter input as part of the Class A TAWS requirements. Most Class A TAWS systems require strictly a 2500 ft. Input but Sandel was able to prove equivalency in the functionality of their system with only a 2000 ft. Shop our collection of women's sandals online at Macy's. Browse the latest trends and view our great selection of flip flops, slip-ons, and more. Brody Sandel's 186 research works with 4,766 citations and 46,116 reads, including: Responses of global waterbird populations to climate change vary with latitude.
- 90130-PG - Pilot’s Guide
- 84014-B - Configuration Module
- 90130-ADB-WW - Airport Database (Worldwide for General Aviation)
- 90130-ADB121-WW - Airport Database (Worldwide for Airline/Air Cargo/Military)
- 90130-TDB-XX - Terrain/Obstacle Database for General Aviation (Specify region: N. America, S. America, Africa, Europe, or Asia/Pacific)
- 90130-TDB121-XX - Terrain/Obstacle Database for Airline/Air Cargo/Military (Specify region: N. America, S. America, Africa, Europe, or Asia/Pacific)
- 88114 - USB Upload cable
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- 90130-IK - Installation Kit w/ installation manual
- 90130-TFC - TCAS/TAS Traffic Display Option
- 90130-TDB-WW - General Aviation Worldwide Airport/Terrain/Obstacle Database
- 90130-TDB121-WW - Airline/Air Cargo/Military Worldwide Airport/Terrain/Obstacle Database
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SAN FRANCISCO -- A woman who inexplicably jumped to her death from the cab of a tow truck pulling her disabled car has been identified a socialite Sue Pritzker, widow of Hyatt Hotel chain founder, Donald Pritzker, who died 10 years ago.
Mrs. Pritzker, 49, was killed when she leaped out of the tow truck and was run over, truck driver David C. Clark told the coroner's office Thursday.
'She seemed intoxicated when I picked the car up and she began asking me if anyone she knew worked at the garage,' Clark said.
'As I rounded the corner at 16th and Folsom, I said, 'Our garage is right up here.' She looked at me as if she was 'spooked' and moved toward the passenger door of the truck. All of a sudden she opened the door and jumped out.'
Clark said Mrs. Pritzker hit her head on the pavement and the truck's rear wheels ran over her. She was pronounced dead at the scene Wednesday afternoon.
The coroners office, which Thursday identified Mrs. Pritzker, said today it could be as much as six weeks before blood tests can be completed to determine whether Mrs. Pritzker had been drinking or taking drugs.
Police said Mrs. Pritzker, of Menlo Park, Calif., had called for the tow truck after she apparently broke the drive shaft of her Cadillac as she drove crossed a set of railroad tracks. A friend said she had been driving downtown to do some shopping.
'This is a terrible tragedy,' Hyatt counsel and family friend Allen Turner said from Chicago, where the corporation is headquartered.
Born Sue Sandel in Chicago, she moved to California in the late 1950s after marrying Pritzker.
She was married a second time to Frank Aries, a Tucson, Ariz., developer and they were divorced.
Mrs. Pritzker was active in social and community affairs in San Francisco and on the San Francisco Peninsula. She was involved in numerous charitable works for the Peninsula Children's Center, the San Francisco Art Institute, the San Francisco Opera Guild, the Museum of Modern Art and the Jewish Welfare Federation.
She is survived by three children, Penny, 23, Toni, 21, and Robert, 17. Funeral services were scheduled today at Congregation Beth Am in Los Altos Hills. She will be buried in Chicago.