The CH93 series, part numbers 6420093-( ), is a multi-function digital clock / chronometer / voltmeter / temperature unit with multiple options for USB Charging Ports. The unit fits into a standard, rear-mounted, 2-¼” avionics panel cutout. Power is drawn from the aircraft main bus to light a white, six digit, seven segment LED clock. The clock can display several different modes: local time, universal time, flight timers, elapsed and countdown timers and optionally, bus voltage and up to two temperature inputs. The CH93 display is daylight readable with two methods of brightness control. It can be controlled automatically using the internal photocell or manually with an external dimming bus voltage. The CH93 clock has an internal battery to maintain clock time and flight timer memory when the aircraft is not in use.
The USB Charging Ports are designed as DCPs (Dedicated Charging Ports) to industry-standard protocol per the USB Battery Charging 1.2 Compliance Plan. Some models also comply with the higher power requirements of USB Power Delivery 2.0 and 3.0. Early-generation or smaller consumer electronics typically accept one (1.0) amp during charging. However, newer electronics, such as tablets and larger devices can accept, and in some cases, require up to 3 amps to charge and operate.
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MCI CHRONOS DIGITAL CLOCK 6420093-4
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