With a range of feature previously unavailable in general aviation, the Shadin Avionics AMS-2000 Altitude Management and Alert System brings advanced instrumentation to new levels of function and affordability. The Shadin Avionics AMS-2000 uses information from Mode-C altitude encoder to deliver:
Time-based Altitude Alerting, rather than fixed altitude buffers.
Automatic calculation and display of Density Altitude.
Real-time display of IVS without the inherent lag of your aircraft's static system.
Calculation and display of Aircraft and Engine Performance
Percentage, at your demand.
These are but a few of the Standard features that are make the AMS-2000 the best value in advanced altitude monitoring instrumentation:
FAA approved. TSO C88a, DO-160B.
An appropriate audio and visual warning broadcast upon deviation outside a user-selected envelope surrounding your assigned altitude.
Smooth capture of your cruise altitude is facilitated by a level-off warning sounded and displayed at a user-defined distance from target altitude.
Alerts you just above your pre-selected Decision Height or MDA.
Displays density altitude and aircraft/engine performance percentage.
Digital display of altitude from -1000 to +62,000 feet in 100 foot increments.
Adjustable audio alert tone and level.
Compatible with most Mode-C transponders in current production.
Standard rectangular 1/2 ATI configuration.
Made in the U.S.A., the AMS-2000 features a 12-month warranty.
The AMS-2000 coupled with the Falcon Altitude Encoder provides all advanced altitude alert functions previously noted, plus the following high-resolution altitude management functions:
Time-based level-off warning sounded and displayed 15 seconds from target altitude--smooth capture is assured regardless of climb or descent rate.
Digital display of altitude from -1000 to +62,000 feet in high resolution, 10-foot increments.
Digital reading of Instantaneous Vertical Speed (IVS).
Deviation envelope is adjustable in 10 foot increments
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