Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-7000 Weather Radar System
Enabling Faster and More Informed Decision Making Before Bad Weather Strikes
Honeywell’s IntuVue RDR-7000 Weather Radar System gives business aviation and helicopter pilots the clear and timely information they need to make safer, faster and more informed decisions before flying in bad weather and challenging environments.
Engineered to provide far superior reliability, accuracy and durability than legacy magnetron-based radar systems, the RDR-7000 offers customers the flexibility to remotely enable advanced software features to provide them the clearest view of weather conditions around the routes they’re accustomed to flying.
Key Honeywell Advantages:
A fully automated, higher resolution weather radar system with airborne ground/sea mapping system.
Reliable and efficient
Solid-state transmitters utilizing pulse compression provide reduced weight and power consumption, advanced coherent processing, and increased reliability over magnetron-based transmitters.
Compact and easy to install
Best-in-class technology from our RDR-4000 IntuVue radar systems, integrated into a small, lightweight package.
Available software upgrades
Advanced features can be added at any time, including turbulence detection, advanced mapping, target detection and additional hazard features (lightning and hail detection), and forward looking (predictive) windshear.
Honeywell’s RDR-7000 improves pilot and passenger safety by providing new features in detection, analysis and avoidance.
Automated 3D volumetric scans up to 60,000 ft and 320 NM ahead
Accurately analyzes and displays weather data
Provides pilot more time for optimal decision-making
|First weather radar to detect turbulence within 60 NM||Reduces pilot interactions needed to manipulate the radar and interpret the data||Enhances safety and passenger comfort by avoiding turbulence|
|Predicts wind shear out to 10 NM, critical on final approaches||Allows pilot to analyze slices of weather from 0 to 60,000 ft in 1,000 ft increments||Saves pilots time and reduces workload|
|Identifies hail and lightning||Provides data so pilots can make optimal routing adjustments||Minimizes weather-related damage to aircraft|
Available Supplemental Type Certificates
|Business Jets (FAA)||Commercial Helicopter||Business Jets (EASA)|
|Bombardier: Global Express (FAA)||AgustaWestland AW139||Bombardier: Global Express|
|Dassault: F900 B/C/EX (FAA)||Dassault: F900 EX|
|Textron: Citation X (FAA) & Citation Bravo / Ultra (FAA)||Textron: Cessna Citation X|
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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR YOUR RDR-7000 PURCHASE
Costs and pricing of the RDR-7000, including bulk-order discounts, software bunding options, and trade-in-credits are shown in the above purchase options can be referenced here: RDR-7000 Sales Bulletin.
If you purchased a Honeywell Certificate, utilize the following link to request the applicable STC Data Package and your Right-To-Use. This step is required to install and operate the purchased equipment on the intended aircraft: Access the form here.
The software for the RDR-7000 weather radar must be configured to work on specific aircraft and radar hardware. Use this tool to create the user settings and download the required certified configuration files: RDR-7000 Software Configuration Tool.
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