Engineered as a primary or standby artificial horizon in fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters, this indicator’s single connection makes installation a snap. This indicator is standard equipment on many OEM aircraft, including the Beechcraft Baron and Bonanza. Featuring 10–32 volt DC operation, anti-reflective glass, long-life lighting and 7,500 hours MTBF, this is a cost-effective and safe alternative to unreliable vacuum systems.
Featuring 10-32 volt DC operation, antireflective glass, long-life lighting and 7,500 hours MTBF, this is a cost-effective and safe alternative to unreliable vacuum systems.
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This product does not have a back up battery. There is an emergency power supply in the accessory tab (11-05540) that will also power two other units aside from 10-00751.
No. This unit does not interface to an autopilot.