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    Falcon Gauge airspeed indicators have been one of the most chosen flight instruments by kit plane builders and pilots. All Falcon Gauge airspeed indicators are housed in an aluminum case and all parts...
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    Winter Variometers are standard fitment in many glider cockpits. The Winter 80mm Variometer is a high-quality mechanical gliding unit rated for 10-0-10kts (5-0-5m/s). Capacity flask (0.45l) with heat...
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    Three pointer altimeter with barometric window and low altitude warning stripes is a modern type. The easy to read striped sector will show while flying below 16,000 ft. This altimeter type is...
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    Falcon Gauge True Airspeed Indicators have sub-dial and windows. Pilot can set to coincide the outside temperature with the flight altitude for immediate reference.
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    The B1 is based on Flymaster F1’s proven technology, providing the pilot with an extremely sensitive and accurate variometer, which will detect even the weakest of thermals, giving you the edge above...
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    The RAD-40 (TSO-C87) is a panel-mount digital display, compatible with the FreeFlight Systems RA-4000 and RA-4500 Radar Altimeters. This new display provides the pilot with a precise readout of the...
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    Falcon Gauge Vertical Speed Indicators (Rate of Climb), have been installed in thousands of planes. Available in climb ranges from 2,000 feet per minute to 4,000 feet per minute, and 10 meters per...
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    This Winter 1 turn Air Speed Indicator (ASI) 7213 fits in to a 57mm panel mount and is rated between 0-100kts. The unit measures 75mm in length and weighs 220g approx. Although traditionally known...
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    Airspeed Indicator is an indispensable part of flight display system. It indirectly measures the indicated airspeed during flight of the aircraft by direct measuring atmospheric pressure, and display...
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    Total Energy probe (TEK) fitted the variometer senses the vertical movement of the airmass, rather than the vertical movement of the model. The TEK does this by sensing the model’s speed, and...
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