Korry Electronics – Continues to Deliver First-rate HMI Solutions
How Korry Electronics Established:
Korry Electronics, founded in 1937, is now currently a division of Esterline Control Systems. Korry created the first lighted cockpit controls for the developing commercial and military aircraft industry. Korry Electronics specializes in control solutions for operator interfaces within the aerospace, defense, and other industrial sectors that demand high reliability in harsh environments. Esterline, which is now manufacturing Korry products, offers interfaces with specialized displays, lighting, switching, or other special requirements. Korry products mainly develop switches and control panels, such as their 5/80-inch switches, cockpit controls, displays, night shield NVIS filters, and other switches. Their most recent 5/8-inch LED switch line, the 389, which supersedes the 427/428 switches, contains an all LED display which is cost effective and efficient. Their 389 quick switches with LED display provide excellent sunlight readability and uniformity as well. The switch is a four-pole switch, with all required circuitry built in, low surface temperature, optional night-vision lighting, and solder-free installation with poke-home connector. Some of the other switches they carry are: Korry 307, a 3/8 x 5/8-inch switch, Korry 318, a ½ x 1-inch indicator, Korry 433, a 1 x 1-inch switch, Korry 434, a ½ x 1-inch indicator, Korry 476, a 3/8 x 1-inch indicator, and Korry ABS 1436 sealed indicator.
Korry electronics also provides control solutions for aerospace and defense stations. They have the RT-1042 ATC/TCAS controller which comes in both rotary and keypad versions in order to match the cockpit. They have the RT-1046 ATC Controller, designed to be paired with Collins TDR-94 transponders. Korry offers customized controls for their displays if requested by their customers. Korry provides full support in display integration for their equipment. Their RT-1040 navigation controller offers GLS with LED lighting. Korry also develops master warning assemblies all equipped with sunlight-readable LED lighting. They make high-performance dedicated uplink displays for controller-to-pilot data-link communications using VHF data link mode 2.