Solutions for the T-50 (DASH Accessories)


Test Cart:

Luminance Transfer Standard:



The Test Cart integrates the entire DASH
The Luminance Transfer Standard
System and enables mobilization with its
mounts on top of the HUD Fixture
locking caster wheels
The Luminance Transfer Standard
The Controller and the Stroke Generator
confirms the accuracy of the Camera’s
are bolted into the Test Cart shelves
measurement of the brightness of the
The Optical Breadboard, which is the
displays being tested
foundation for the Core DASH System and
Luminance constants control the Camera’s
the DASH Fixturing, is bolted to the top of
measurement of brightness and updatable, as
the Test Cart
they are held in the Camera's EEPROMs

External Sync Cable:

Light Shroud:



The External Sync Cable carries a
The Light Shroud provides an
synchronizing signal from the Controller
environment void of ambient light, which
to the Stroke Generator
could affect the results of display testing
This signal synchronizes the writing cycle
The Light Shroud screws into the Optical
of the HUD (managed by the Stroke Generator)
Breadboard and unfolds to cover the Camera
with the Camera’s integration period
and the Unit Under Test (UUT)
(managed by the Controller)
The articulating, “covered wagon” design
The External Sync Cable also carries 
allows the Light Shroud to function with all
power supply monitoring signals
three T-50 displays

DASH Cable:

Accessory Cable:



The DASH Cable connects the DASH
The Accessory Cable provides power to
Controller to the DASH Camera /  Transport
the HUD Fixture, the HUD Simulator
Each 100 pin connector on the DASH
and the Luminance Transfer Standard
Cable is keyed to ensure proper insertion
The Accessory Cable runs between the
The DASH Cable connectors also feature
Transport & one of the instruments above, pulling
a quarter-turn locking mechanism, which 
power from the Controller's power supply
protects the pins during insertion and also
The Accessory Cable also carries data in the
secures the connector cover when not in use
opposite direction from the instrument's

Additional info on the DASH Cable

EEPROMs back to the Core DASH System

HUD Fixture (Ambient Light Sensor Source):





An Ambient Light Sensor Source is built
into the HUD Fixture and is held in front of
the Ambient Light Sensor on the T-50 HUD
The Ambient Light Sensor Source tests
the accuracy of the HUD’s Ambient Light
Sensor utilizing diffused incandescent light
that is calibrated at both 38 Ft-L as well as
4000 Ft-L

Additional information on  the HUD Fixture


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