Breeze Eastern - Sea King Symposium

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BREEZE-EASTERN OVERVIEW
2014 SEAKING CONFERENCE
16-19 SEPTEMBER
HALIFAX NS
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BREEZE-EASTERN HISTORY
Breeze-Eastern employs 166 people in 125,000
square foot facility. Mechanical, Electrical,
Engineering and Manufacturing under one
roof. Over 50 Years of Design, Development,
Integration and Certification of HighlyEngineered, Mechanical, Electrical/Electronic
and Fluid Power Systems for Airborne and
Military Environment.
AS9100C / ISO 9001 and ISO
14001 Registered
Breeze-Eastern
moves to Whippany
in 2010
Changed name to
Breeze-Eastern
Corporation in 2006
Merged Eastern
Rotorcraft (ERC) with
Breeze renamed
Breeze-Eastern 1984
Acquired by
TransTechnology
Corp in October 1982
Breeze founded
October 20, 1926
Breeze-Eastern
acquired Wadell in
1989
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Manufacturing / Certifications
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Worldwide Support
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Service Centers / Distributors
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BREEZE-EASTERN AND THE S-61
BREEZE RESCUE HOISTS HAVE BEEN THERE
FROM THE BEGINNING. FROM THE FIRST
SEAKING, AND STILL FLYING 61 YEARS LATER.
ALSO FLYING ON OTHER SIKORSKY VARIANTS
AROUND THE WORLD
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SEAKING HISTORY
• THERE ARE APPROXIMATELY 78 SEAKINGS
STILL FLYING IN MILITARY SERVICE WITH;
• CANADA, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY,
BELGIUM,INDIA,PAKISTAN,BRAZIL AND PERU
• ALSO WITH MANY COMMERCIAL OPERATORS
AROUND THE WORLD NOT TO MENTION
THOSE BEING TRANSFORMED INTO THE S-61T
BY CARSON HELICOPTERS
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SEAKING RESCUE HOIST UPGRADES
MULTIPLE UPGRADES INCORPORATED TO
ENHANCE SAFETY RELIABILIY MAINTAINABILITY
• ADDITION OF REACTIVE OVERLOAD CLUTCH
• REPLACE CURRENT BRAKE WITH SKEWED
ROLLER-WESTON BRAKE
• CHANGE RESCUE HOOK
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UPGRADES (CONTD)
• RESCUE HOIST HOOK
ADDITION OF HK-121 RESCUE HOOK TO
MATCH CURRENT FIELDED CONFIGURATION
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DESCRIPTION OF UPGRADES
• REACTIVE OVERLOAD CLUTCH
MECHANICAL OVERLOAD CLUTCH LIMITS
AMOUNTOF LOAD IMPARTED ON CABLE
• SKEWED ROLLER WESTON BRAKE
MECHANICAL LOAD CONTROL DESIGNED TO
PROVIDE CONTROLLED LOWERING OF LOAD
PREVENTING LOAD FROM OVERHAULING
DRIVE MOTOR WHILE LOWERING
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Products / Technology
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Clutching The Solution (ROC)
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Products / Technology
U.S. Coast Guard Test: 600 lb basket with 5 feet of cable slack
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NEW PRODUCTS IN DEVELOPMENT
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Reinventing the Rescue Hoist
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The helicopter rescue hoist has seen little change
since its invention
Increased functionality and value can be integrated
into the hoist to aid the flight crew and improve
safety
Modern, off-the-shelf technology has been
integrated into a rescue hoist
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Reliable
Proven and qualified on aircraft
New product concepts for Farnborough 2014
MissionView ™ Situational Awareness System
Lighted hook (LED) with intelligent capabilities to
transmit critical information
Integrated with state-of-the-art, DC-powered
rescue hoist
Ongoing customer input
Previewing concepts for advanced rescue
system with unprecedented capabilities
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Development Objectives
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Increase the safety and effectiveness of
the search and rescue mission
Modern integrated sensors can easily be
displayed to improve situational
awareness of the entire rescue crew
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Pilot can focus on flying the aircraft without
wondering or guessing the situation on the ground
• Aircraft height above the ground
• Hook height above the ground
• Weight on hook
• Maneuvering the aircraft to a precise location
over the victim is easier
All cockpit crew members can see the status of the
victim being rescued and the paramedic/swimmer
Hoist operator actions can be seen by all crew
members
• Hook is being raised, lowered or stationary
• How high is the hook above the ground
• How much weight is on the hook
An improved understanding of the mission
will improve communications and will
improve safety
Video record of mission can be used as a
training aid during post mission debrief
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Sensor Technology Concept
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Essential mission data is captured real-time,
integrated, displayed and recorded
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All information is displayed on iPad tablet
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Aircraft height above the ground using a laser range
finder
Hook height above the ground is calculated
Cable pay-out direction is displayed using easily
recognizable icons
Cable load is measured and displayed
Day/night cameras
Two field of views
Laser spot that is visible day and night
Proven wireless communication is used
Qualified for use on aircraft
Built-in checklist
Downloadable for training
New layer of safety, assurance and confidence
on every mission
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Tablet Display Details
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Breeze-Eastern has been working with
experienced test pilots to develop this
system
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Display only the important information to the
flight crew
Simplify the display so the crew can easily and
intuitively assess the rescue situation
Works with commercially available iPad tablet
Can easily be customized for individual
customers requirements
Controls include
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Narrow and wide field of view
Day/night camera operations
Video record on/off
User specific settings
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Grid lines
Brightness, contrast, etc.
Access to customer specific checklists
Only display what is needed and necessary
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Sensor Features
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Integrated into existing HS-20200 hoist
cowling
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Day/night cameras
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37.5 cm resolution
Measures AGL altitude up to 300 meters
Programmable update rate to 1000 Hz
Wireless communications
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1280 x 1024 resolution
Laser range finder; visible laser
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Total system weight is less than 10 pounds
Qualified by the US Military and aircraft
OEMs
Dependable data with 100% throughput
under extreme conditions
Collects high-speed, real-time
synchronized data
Battery powered so no modifications to
the aircraft or its systems is required
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High cycle life > 1000 cycles
Rapid charge capability
A low-risk solution integrates modern sensors and proven communication technology
with commercial tablets and the result is a reliable, low cost, low weight system
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Intelligent Hook Concept
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Lighted for day and night operations
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Integrated load cell
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One component of total solution
Visible from any angle
Reliable LED lights
Luminous intensity (mcd): 32900
Viewing angle: 30 degrees
Tested and compatible with Gen III Night
Vision Goggles
High precision load cell for instantaneous
measurement of hook load
Capacity: 3,000 lbs
Hook load sent real-time to the
MissionView™ system to be displayed on
iPad
Accurate throughout the operating
temperature range without the need for
calibration or adjustment
Rechargeable battery
Integral wireless communication device
allows the hook to be a communications
node
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Gather and send victim information back
to the aircraft
Expandable to meet customer’s needs
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DC Brushless Motor
High-performance brushless permanent magnet rotary servomotor drop-inreplaceable to the HS-20200 hoist
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Rare-earth magnets maximize performance
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IP6X construction allows use in harsh
environments
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Continuous Torque Output of 5.6Nm with
Peak Torque of 13.9Nm
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Continuous Power Output of 1400W
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Lightweight 14lbs
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Variable speed motor controller
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Unlimited duty cycle
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Universal power input, AC or DC
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