The xCruze 110 autopilot was created with both the VFR and IFR pilot in mind. The new emergency level mode was designed primarily for the VFR pilot that inadvertently finds himself in IMC. The operation of the altitude select and altitude preselect modes were designed to be extremely useable and useful in IFR flight, even to the extent that an altitude select can be entered and the vertical speed is easily adjusted to any desired value. This feature is extremely useful when initiating approaches or during step down approaches.
The main display of the xCruze 110 autopilot contains a PFD flight instrument. This consists of an attitude indicator, airspeed indicator, altimeter, VSI, slip/skid indicator, bank angle indicator, turn rate indicator, and a track slaved DG.
Note: This is the control head only. Must be used in conjunction with a complete xCruze autopilot system.
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Yes, we have an upgrade part # that can be added when you purchase the RV6 Xcruze kit. Order part # 11-18056 and add the option part # 11-18757.
This is the 110 control head only. We sell the full its as well but part # 11-17915 is the upgrade control head only. No it cannot be paired to a 696.
No, you will need to see the Aerocruze autopilots for certified aircraft.
Yes this will work with the digitrak servos. If you have the digitrak (not the digitrak vs) you will need to remove the ltrak.
No, this does not work with the 695/696.