Note: For use in experimental aircraft only
Few pilots need reminding of the catastrophic consequences of an unintentional stall at low level. A frequent sequence of events is distraction of pilot attention, leading to lack of speed control, with the stall rapidly followed by rotational entry into a spin. Steep ground impact follows all too quickly.We all know about this, but why do stall accidents continue to kill pilots and their passengers year after year? Factors include the rapidity with which our low inertia aircraft lose airspeed, their sensitivity to gusts, the higher frequency of engine failure - and so on. However, very few Experimental and PFA aircraft are fitted with audible stall warners, and yet we are flying aircraft that need them. Virtually every certified production light aircraft has a stall warning system as standard. The ACI Stall Warner is for experimental aircraft only.
Please review the installation document in the "Documents" tab of this webpage. Per the vendor, this will help you identify where to install the sensor.
No, this unit is intended for use in experimental and homebuilt aircraft only.
Yes. Those items are included.