Reads your Altitude Encoder and displays your current altitude as seen by ATC. Display indicates when your current altitude is above or below your Programmed Assigned Altitude. A "Level off Alarm" occurs as you approach your Programmed Assigned Altitude. A "Deviation Alarm" occurs if you deviate from your Assigned Altitude. |
A Programmed Approach Altitude may be set to alert you when you have reached MDA, DH, Pattern Altitude, Wheels Down Altitude or any Altitude for which you wish to set an alert. Displays Density Altitude based on your current OAT reading. Displays OAT. May be toggled between degrees F and degrees C. A Programmable Timer may be set as an "UP" or "Down" counting timer. The "UP" Timer will start automatically when your current altitude reaches 300 feet above the ground. A Recurring Alarm may be set to alert you at appropriate time intervals. Example: If the alarm is set for 30 minutes, you will get an alarm at 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 90 minutes, etc.
This alarm can be used to remind you to check your fuel level, engine instruments, course, etc., at set time intervals. The "Down" Timer may be used to time approaches or turns or as a reminder at a set interval. The "UP" Timer will continue to run in the background when the "Down" Timer is selected. Displays Local and Zulu Time. The Local Clock may be set to display in a 12 or 24-hour format. Meets FAA requirements for a clock.
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Per EI, the ASC-5A Altitude Alert/Super Clock cannot display barometric pressure in millibars.
Per EI, The ASC-5A has a built in battery for keeping track of time, so it doesn't 'forget' when unplugged. It doesn't need to be replaced but once every 20 years.
3-5 hours is the average install time per the vendor, other than a circuit breaker this product comes with unit and harness to install.
Yes, an OAT probe is included with the ASC-5A. This OAT is considered a backup and is not approved as a primary replacement.
No the harnesses will not be the same.
It will not display these simultaneously.