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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 0 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - OVERVIEW

2018-08-28
CURRENT
ARINC628P0-4
The purpose of this document is to provide an introduction and overview of the ARINC 628 series of Specifications. ARINC 628 defines equipment and installation standards for cabin equipment, which is generally defined as communication and entertainment equipment designed for passenger use. Part 0 provides the concepts and overview of ARINC 628 and descriptions of each individual part. Appendix B is written in briefing chart format to facilitate the understanding of high-level objectives. Supplement 4 represents a summary of recent changes to Parts 1 through 9 of ARINC Specification 628.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 2 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - SEAT INTERFACES

2017-07-10
CURRENT
ARINC628P2-9
This document defines standard electrical and mechanical interfaces of the In-Flight Entertainment System (IFES) equipment associated with the seat (including the headphones, passenger control unit, seat video display, personal video player, telephone hand set, and seat electronics box). Supplement 9 updates applicable interfaces for USB 3.1 outlets in passenger seats.
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COCKPIT DISPLAY SYSTEM INTERFACES TO USER SYSTEMS

2016-09-01
CURRENT
ARINC661-6
ARINC 661 defines necessary interfaces to Cockpit Display Systems (CDS) used in all types of aircraft installations starting with the Airbus A380 airplane. The CDS provides graphical and interactive services to user applications within the flight deck environment. When combined with data from user applications, it displays graphical images to the flight deck crew. The document emphasizes the need for independence between aircraft systems and the CDS. This document defines interfaces between the CDS and the aircraft systems. This includes the interface between the avionics equipment and display system graphics generators. This document does not specify the "look and feel" of any graphical information, and as such does not address human factors issues. These are defined by the airline flight operations community.
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3GCN - SEAT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

2014-08-15
CURRENT
ARINC809-3
This specification defines general architectural philosophy and specific design guidance for the proper installation and interface of various cabin equipment within the seats. Consistency with this specification allows each component installed on the seat to operate in concert when integrated with other relevant cabin type equipment. Standard electrical and mechanical interfaces of the In- Flight Entertainment System (IFES) equipment for the 3rd Generation Cabin Network (3GCN) associated with the seat are defined. This equipment consists of the headphone jacks (HPJ), passenger control unit (PCU)/multi function handset (including the cord), seat video display (SVD), remote data outlet (RDO), integrated seat box (ISB) which includes the seat power box (SPB)/seat data box (SDB), remote power outlet (RPO), and in-seat cables. Appropriate definitions are also provided for other electrical devices associated with the seat control/position mechanism.
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DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR AIRCRAFT CABIN HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES

2011-06-01
CURRENT
ARINC837
This document provides guidance for standard cabin systems control panel Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) intended to improve the human-machine interface. The document defines control and indication elements for various cabin functions, including cabin lighting, cabin temperature, door status, and the like. Standardization of cabin system interfaces will enable airlines to have consistent cabin operations across their fleets and reduce cabin crew training costs.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 2 PHYSICAL LAYER - IN - SEAT PROTOCOL

2010-12-08
CURRENT
ARINC485P2-4
ARINC Specification 485, Part 2 specifies the ARINC 485-control protocol used by the LRUs described in ARINC Specification 628 Part 2. This document defines a multi-drop bus. The point-to-point configuration is also supported. The point-to-point bus is treated simply as a multi-drop bus with only one drop. There is one master LRU and one or more slave LRUs present on the bus. However; multiple buses may be connected in parallel, where each parallel bus operates independently from each other.
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HEAD-UP DISPLAY (HUD) SYSTEM

2005-07-08
CURRENT
ARINC764
This document defines a Head-Up Display (HUD) system intended for installation in all types of aircraft. It describes the physical form factors, fit dimensions, electrical interface definition and typical HUD functions, including the display of navigation and guidance information in the flight crew's forward field of view. The HUD accomplishes this by projecting images onto a combiner with symbology that conforms to the outside world view. Guidance for HUD architectures include single, twin, dual and HUD integrated with Primary Flight Display (PFD). This document is an practical guide for the design of federated equipment and integrated modular avionics.
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