|PC Card Emulator Kit
Eliminate Dependence on PC Cards at the Flightline!
Teledyne’s PC Card Emulator Cable is a universal device that interfaces with any PC Card based system
for data distribution and loading
Electronic Data Transfer to and from PC Card Based Avionics Systems
Teledyne’s PC Card Emulator Cable is a universal device that interfaces with any PC Card based
system, making data distribution and loading easier. Designed to be used with the Teledyne
PMAT 2000® (Portable Maintenance Access Terminal) system, the PC Card Emulator Cable
provides a seamless method to electronically load PC Card dependent systems, without the
need for PC Card media.
Eliminate PC Cards
The Teledyne PC Card Emulator Cable plugs directly into the PC Card slot of the target LRU on
one end, and into the PMAT 2000 unit on the other end. This creates a direct connection
between the PMAT 2000 and the target LRU, therefore eliminating the need for a PC Card to
load the data into the LRU.This unique solution provides flightline maintenance personel with
an alternative loading method and eliminates the inconvenience of using PC Cards on the
Seamless End-to-End Distribution
Another benefit of this direct connection is that the PMAT 2000 system provides a link to the
Gateway stations and can electronically distribute the data and receive the data loading
reports. This data can come from various media types or be electronically transferred via the
LoadStar® Server Enterprise (LSE) or LoadStar® software tools. In addition, some database
updates can be downloaded directly from a vendor’s website into the LSE database, providing
electronic delivery, directly from the vendor to the aircraft. This streamlined process
significantly speeds up delivery time and reduces cost.
Easy Data Loading and Storage
The PMAT 2000 system conveniently leads the user through the upload and/or download
process. It displays the load progress and status, and automatically confirms the upload.
The PMAT 2000 also automatically records information about data loads and transfers it to the
Gateway station(s) and the LSE central server, making it easy to track loading activities.