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T-50 HUD Pilot's Display Unit

Technical Information

Catalogue No: C1056
Category: Head-Up Display [HUD]
Object Type: Display Unit
Object Name: T-50 HUD Pilot's Display Unit
Part No: AE005527-01-02A
Serial No: 001
Manufacturer: Unknown
Division: Airborne Display [ADD]
Platform(s): T-50 Golden Eagle
Year of Manufacture: circa 2003
Dimensions:
Width (mm):
200 
Height (mm):
310 
Depth (mm):
720 
Weight (g):
20,920 
Location: Rack RAA14 (HUD DUs) [Mezzanine Store]
Inscription(s):

Display Unit, Sight Head Up
Contract
Dsgn. Act K0656
PN AE005527-01-02A
Mfr. K0656
NSN
Ser No. Serial Number 001

Notes:

Another application of the F-16C/D EDU was to the South Korean T-50 ‘Golden Eagle’ a multirole trainer, developed with Lockheed Martin, giving a more than competent lead-in to the F-16 and ‘5th’ generation fightersIn the T-50 the EDU is driven by an Integrated Mission/Display Computer (IMDC) which also drives the Moving Map and Front and Rear Cockpit Displays. The EDU has an Up-Front Control Panel with an LED matrix data entry capability. This unit is marked 'Not for Flight'.

Korea Aerospace Industries Ltd. (commonly referred to as KAI, Korean: is a South Korean aerospace company; the headquarters and its major plants are located at Sacheon city.

The KAI T-50 Golden Eagle is a family of South Korean supersonic advanced trainers and light combat aircraft, developed by Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) with the American aerospace company Lockheed Martin. The T-50 is South Korea's first indigenous supersonic aircraft and one of the world's few supersonic trainers. Development began in the late 1990s, and its maiden flight occurred in 2002. The aircraft entered active service with the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) in 2005.

The T-50 has been further developed into aerobatic and combat variants, namely T-50B, TA-50, and FA-50. The F-50 single-seat multirole fighter variant was considered. The T-50B serves with the South Korean air force's aerobatics team. The TA-50 light attack variant has been ordered by Indonesia. The Philippines ordered 12 units of the FA-50 variant. The T-50 is also being marketed as a candidate for the United States Air Force's next-generation T-X trainer programme. Thailand ordered 4 units of the T-50 advanced trainer variant.

BAE Systems Platform Solutions supplies Flight Control computers, Head Up Display, Control Stick assemblies, Rate Sensor assemblies, Accelerometer sensor assemblies, and Test Equipment. The contracts also provide for in-country production support and training in the Republic of Korea.

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