|Sigma-Tek||Model||Display Colors||Autopilot Model||Autopilot Output||Lighted||Panel Tilt||Part Number||Buy|
|23-501-05-2||5000E-9||Blue/Black||CFS 52D67||Pitch & Roll||No||0|
|Blue/Black||CFS 52D67M||Pitch & Roll||Yes||0|
|23-501-05-25||5000E-21||Blue/Brown||CDS 52D67||Pitch & Roll||No||0|
|1U149-007-9||5000E-23||Blue/Brown||CFS 52D67M||Pitch & Roll||Yes||0|
The 5000E air-driven attitude gyro is another variation of our standard 5000B model. It includes inductive pickoffs that generate the signals necessaryto drive an autopilot. The intuitive display has a moving horizon mask that indicates the position of the aircraft’s wings in relation to the natural horizon. This attitude information is passed along to the autopilot system.
This is one of our most popular primary instruments. It is FAA approved, and can replace the turn coordinator when equipped with an inclinometer.
Many Sigma-Tek autopilot gyros are FAA PMA approved for use in ARC and Century CII, CIIB, CIII and CIV autopilot installations.
NOTE: Lighted instruments do not include lamp trays, please see accessories to purchase separately.
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