Key Features of the DVCS 6100
Becker Avionics’ DVCS6100 is designed to provide all communication and audio monitoring functionality necessary for an aircraft crew to perform its mission. The DVCS6100 is comprised of one or multiple Remote Electronic Units (REU’s), and up to six Audio Control Units (ACU’s) per REU, providing for:
- Control of up to 8 transceivers or 7 transceivers plus one public address amplifier.
- Monitoring of up to 8 transceivers with individual volume control.
- Monitoring of up to 8 receivers individual volume control.
- Monitoring of up to 6 fixed inputs without individual volume control.
- Monitoring of up to 8 internally generated alert tones activated by discrete control lines.
- Main volume control.
- Aircraft intercommunication in HOT MIKE, VOX or PTT-controlled mode.
- LED visual call indication for intercom request plus configurable audible call alert.
- Switches for combining or separating the different intercom circuits (ICS rings) assigned to the individual control unit.
- Ability to drive and control a cockpit or cabin speaker.
- Provision for external jack box and intercom amplifier connection.
- Back-up mode operation in case of failure of aircraft power supply or in case of a failure of the ACU and/or the REU.
- Connections for a programming device to configure and adapt the unit to the individual aircraft requirements by the manufacturer or approved maintenance shops.
- Two independent Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR) outputs.
Each one of the 6 available ACU’s in a standard DVCS system transmits the status of the selected switches and rotary controls via a dual redundant and rugged serial CAN-Bus to the REU. Impedance matching and Audio Digital Signal Processing takes place within the REU.
Configuration of the system during system integration or usage at operator site is possible by means of a special configuration tool called CSW6100.
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