LC-2 CHRONOMETER/12V and 28V DC lamps, 24 hour elapsed timer with time-out or hold feature, month and date.
just bough a c 172 with one does not work aastroteck lc 2
Had a panel powered version which rarely kept correct time, and the display failed after 6-7 years. When we first installed it, the cost was under $350. Now, just 7 years later, its over $1,000 to replace. We are scrapping it for a different brand. A waste of money.
If you pay 760 for a battery operated clock you can get from a gumball machine, be my guest. When you get it home and pop the back cover off you will feel the sadness of such greed they have charging this much for a cheep display that need a 1956 bulb to illuminate.
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