VIAVI Solutions has announced the AVX-10K Flight Line Test Set has been approved for use on all Boeing commercial aircraft.
The technology has been approved for use where the IFR4000 and IFR6000 had previously been approved.
The AVX-10K Flight Line Test Set has met Boeing’s requirements for equivalency with the IFR4000 and IFR6000, and has been assigned “AVX-10K” as the Part Number for AMM listing.
The AVX-10K is used for performance verification and troubleshooting of airborne systems during installation, maintenance and required bi-annual checks.
The single device combines the communication, navigation and surveillance test features of the VIAVI IFR4000 and IFR6000.
With test capabilities ranging from a quick system auto-test to in-depth troubleshooting, the versatile AVX-10K can be used for maintenance needs in the cockpit and anywhere around the aircraft.
“With the AVX-10K, VIAVI has combined multiple avionics tests in a single, easy-to-use device, reducing the cost of ownership and maximizing technicians’ productivity,” said Guy Hill, Director of Avionics Test Products for VIAVI.
“We are pleased that it has been recognized for its intuitive design, comprehensive test capability and seamless integration with our cloud-based VIAVI StrataSync system for asset and report management, and that our customers can see immediate benefit for their aircraft maintenance needs.”
Avionics test solutions
VIAVI offers a broad portfolio of avionics test solutions, delivering reliable R&D, flight line, factory and return-to-service test solutions to the avionics market for more than 40 years. To learn more about the new AVX-10K Flight Line Test Set, watch this short video.
VIAVI is a global provider of proven and reliable network test, monitoring and assurance solutions for communications service providers, hyperscalers, equipment manufacturers, enterprises, government and avionics.
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