What is an air data test set?
An air data test set is a an electronic controller which, based on a supply pressure, automatically provides a pressure at a variable and adjustable rate.
Air data test sets are specifically developed to convert the pressure to be controlled into a height or rate of climb and velocity.
As a result of the high accuracy, control stability and ability to simulate altitude and velocity, an air data test set is particularly suitable as a reference for aircraft workshops and also for instrument manufacturers and calibration laboratories in the aviation industry, in order to make calibrations on sensors and displays.
Who is Mensor and what do they do?
Mensor was founded in 1969 in Houston, Texas, and has been dedicated to the design and manufacture of the finest high-accuracy measurement, calibration and control instruments and test systems for pressure available. In 1978, Mensor relocated to San Marcos, Texas. From the first Mensor quartz manometer produced for the aviation industry in 1970 to the advanced computer-controlled pressure calibration systems of today, Mensor's name has become synonymous with reliability and innovation in the field of precision pressure measurement, control and calibration.