Falcon 2-1/4 Vertical Speed Indicator - 2 000 Ft / Min

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Part# 10-01643
MFR Model# VSI2FM-2


Falcon Vertical Speed Indicators (Rate of Climb), have been installed in thousands of planes. Available in climb ranges from 2,000 feet per minute to 3,000 feet per minute, and 10 meters per second. This precision aircraft instrument provides immediate climb and descent information with an easy to read dial and is extremely reliable and durable. Over several decades, they have been servicing and satisfying pilots and kit plane builders worldwide.

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Excellent product. Does exactly what its supposed to do.

Robert R
January 19, 2021


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Q: What is the size of this Falcon gauge?

This is a 2-1/4" sized gauge.

Q: How deep is it?

The Falcon VSI (10-01643) is 4.5" deep. Please allow additional space for the pitot/static lines to be attached and routed.

Q: Is the Falcon VSI (part # 10-01643) lighted?

No, this instrument is not lighted.

Q: Is this Falcon Vertical Speed indicator FAA Approved for use in certified aircraft?

No, this gauge is intended for use in experimental aircraft only.

Q: Q. What lines are necessary to connect to this gauge ? If needed, where do they lead to?, and how do they terminate?

You will need to connect the vertical speed to your static system. You will need to match the tubing/fittings to your current system.

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