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  • News
    Controller takes a fresh approach to controlling your lighting installation by applying sophisticated microcontrollers to integrate and control a traditional PCL with the added ease and convenience of control and monitoring via any mobile device that can send and receive text messages SMS The Copperchase RLC is ideal for remote locations with limited or no mains power The unit runs either from its internal 110 240V AC Power Supply Unit

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/news-117.html (2016-02-08)
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  • ADS-B Receiver / Decoder
    Current News Archived News 2014 2013 ADS B Receiver Decoder SBS 2 Professional 1090 MHz Mode S and ADS B receiver that decodes transponder signals from aircraft available as a dual redundancy package SBS 2M Multi lateration system of at least 4 SBS 2M receivers and a Target Processing unit The SBS 2M combined data stream ASTERIX CAT20 21 22 23 and raw data is designed for use in End

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-adsb.html (2016-02-08)
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  • AGL CMS
    supplies and communications paths to full hot standby processors Modular construction makes the system suitable for any airfield of any complexity or particular needs Adaptable to changes in an airfield s physical layout without costly re engineering Touch screen technology for maximum flexibility of operation and ease of change in response to changes in airfield layout Typical Aeronautical Ground Lighting Controller Illustration From Small Regional Airports to International Hubs The Copperchase AGL Control Monitoring System features a range of process control products from Schneider Electric It uses the compact but very powerful Momentum range of PLCs in stand alone systems for small to medium sized airfield installations or as distributed I Os for the more powerful Quantum series on larger more demanding AGL systems The Man Machine Interface MMI is in the form of either an LCD screen with tactile switch panel or a resistive matrix touch screen Control and Mimic can be realised on one panel or on a combination of two or more screens thus providing Control and Mimic separately A Solution for the Most Demanding Airport Layout A combination of Magelis touch screen devices in the VCR covering Control Mimic and where required additional stop bar and taxiway routing terminals in either 5 7 7 10 or 15 high resolution resistive matrix touch screens Hot standby systems providing seamless changeover in the event of a failure Fibre optics and dual redundant cabling are also available to enhance network reliability Remote I O in B centres can be connected to the A centre by a variety of different networking solutions Modbus over Ethernet is the current standard for easy cost effective networking of B centres based on the industry standard Industrial Ethernet Hardware It can also support an array of other commonly used standards including Interbus I O

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-aglcms.html (2016-02-08)
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  • ATC AMS
    can be designed and adapted to suit the individual user s needs At the heart of the system is a Momentum PLC complete with processor option adapter and I O base Additional digital I O for monitoring of extra alarms is added as required up to a maximum of 8 192 drops each capable of up to 32 I Os A Momentum PLC and associated I O is interfaced to a number of touch screen displays A 10 4 screen is used for the maintenance display and a number of 5 7 touch screens are used for the ATC equipment status displays Features Designed using state of the art process control equipment Design inspired by safety first approach including redundant elements which can include power supplies and communications paths Modular construction makes the system suitable for any airfield of any complexity or particular needs Adaptable to changes in an airfield s physical layout without costly re engineering Touch screen technology for maximum flexibility of operation and ease of change in response to changes in airfield layout Maintenance Display The Maintenance Display provides an at a glance view of the monitored equipment The screen is split into two sections The top half of the screen to the left of the yellow Equipment Status bar provides an alarm overview with buttons to enable further pages to be selected or to give a more in depth look at the systems The bottom half of the screen to the right of the Equipment Status bar is purely a status area giving information on equipment airfield and emergency status ATC Status Display Status displays can be connected wherever they are needed They are connected either by a Modbus Plus multi drop cable network or by a direct line using Modbus RS232 connectivity Airfield and Emergency

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-atcams.html (2016-02-08)
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  • CTLI
    3 button lamps and RAD 2 lamp The system allows for up to three Approach panels each with red amber and green indicators a Request button indicator and a Cancel button indicator There is also an audible warning device which is linked to the red indicator The PLC control unit can be mounted in any convenient location between Approach and the VCR Larger systems can be built to suit customer s specific needs System Use In the default state the VCR panel will have no indicators lit but the three Approach room panels will all have the Request and Cancel buttons lit If an Approach Controller wishes to indicate to the VCR Controller that there is an aircraft that he wishes to land he she simply presses the Request button on the Approach panel At this point the other two Approach panels will be locked out which is indicated by the Request indicators extinguishing At the same time the Request indicator on the VCR panel will illuminate along with the appropriate Radar position indication and an audible alarm will give two short beeps The VCR Controller can then respond by pressing the red button Stop the approach immediately the amber

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-ctli.html (2016-02-08)
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  • Crash Alarm System
    a call established This allows the user to determine exactly who is on line and listening to the instructions Links will also be set against each user to determine whether they have talk and listen or listen only ability Housed in a 3U panel with a controller handset and buttons LEDs for each remote party the system connections to the remote sites are presented from the Hotline6 in E M

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-cas.html (2016-02-08)
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  • DVCCS
    The TCS990 is a fully digital switch specially designed to meet the needs of operators working around the clock in mission critical situations This is our third generation of voice switch Its design is based on twenty years of experience in building voice switches The switch supports external IP or telecom networks remote line interfaces and a variety of operator panels A powerful CMS tool enables the configuration and maintenance of the system State of the art technology has allowed us to create a voice switch with the following properties An Operator Panel for Every Size Different kinds of telecom systems require different kinds of operator panels MEP has developed a wide variety of panels to meet the system requirements for each type of telecom market segment Installed Locations Site Customer Description Gatwick International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Jersey Airport Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Glasgow International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Farnborough Airport Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Luton Airport Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Stansted Airport Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Heathrow International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Newcastle International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Leeds Bradford International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation London City Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Birmingham City Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Heathrow EDF Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Edinburgh Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Cardiff International Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Heathrow New Tower Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Durham Tees Valley Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Newcastle New Tower Copperchase Schmid VCCS installation Bournemouth International Copperchase SVCCS installation QinetiQ Hebrides OVN major refit Copperchase SVCCS installation Cranfield Airport Copperchase SVCCS installation Luton Airport Fire service Copperchase SVCCS installation Biggin Hill Airport Copperchase MEP Voice switch installation 4 positions Dublin ATC Centre Copperchase MEP Voice switch Installation 30 Positions Shannon ATC Centre Copperchase MEP Voice Switch Installation 40 positions Scilly Isles VCR Copperchase MEP Voice switch installation

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-dvccs.html (2016-02-08)
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  • EHS
    as two radios per two consoles paired i e Channel 1 on Console 1 will appear as Channel 2 on Console 2 and vice versa This serves for applications where the VCR may be manned by two controllers during the day and only one at night who may need to operate both R T channels simultaneously Alternatively the radio channels can also be discretely allocated to one console one per console The system consists of a base control unit with remote consoles connected via standard cat5 cable and external adaptor cards for conversion from the base control unit out to the external radio and telephony connections The EHS retains all audio in an analogue format to ensure ease of installation and commissioning and also to reduce fault issues applicable to UK CAA SRG requirements All call status and lamp switch field information is passed between consoles and console to the base control unit using a high speed 2W data communications method CANbus This allows all consoles to pass information directly between units regardless of the base system status thus increasing system integrity and reducing failures due to single point failure Base Control Unit A standard four console system with four radios and four telephones is supplied in two 3U Euro racks One sub rack contains all console interfaces CIFs and radio interfaces the other contains the telephone interfaces Radio interfaces can be configured to cater for the following Separate auto signalling lines 600 ohms audio Dry relay aircraft call and PTT 48VDC aircraft call and PTT Combinations of the above Audio with phantom signalling Audio with phantom signaling 600 ohms audio Dry relay Aircraft call and PTT 48VDC aircraft call and PTT Cobminations of the above Operator Positions Each console is connected directly to the base control unit via a

    Original URL path: http://www.copperchase.co.uk/ats-ehs.html (2016-02-08)
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