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MID-CONTINENT INSTRUMENTS & AVIONICS STANDBY ATTITUDE MODULE MD302
$8211.00 to $8340.00
MD302 - 6420302-1 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) Digital, 10–32 VDC, Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed, Slip, Internal battery, Black bezel 10-05081 $8211.00
MD302 - 6420302-2 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) Digital, 10–32 VDC, Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed, Slip, No battery, Black bezel 10-06017 $8212.00
MD302 - 6420302-3 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) No display, 10–32 VDC, Remote ARINC output, No battery 10-06018 $8340.00
MD302 - 6420302-4 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) Digital, 10–32 VDC, Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed, Slip, Internal battery, Gray bezel 10-06019 $8340.00
MD302 - 6420302-5 Standby Attitude Module (SAM) Digital, 10–32 VDC, Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed, Slip, No battery, Gray bezel 10-06020 $8340.00
SAM® is a solid-state instrument that displays attitude, altitude, airspeed, slip, vertical trend, and heading information to the pilot in an advanced, 2-inch format.
SAM delivers an easy-to-fit, compact design with selectable orientation (horizontal and vertical) like no other, ensuring a perfect fit within any panel. The unique two-screen display features high-definition graphics and extra-wide viewing angles. And at 1.6 pounds, SAM weighs less than the three instruments it’s designed to replace.
Pilots appreciate the intuitive interface, while installers love the flexible design.
Attitude, altitude, airspeed and slip information with ARINC 429 output Small 2.4” x 5.5” footprint Extremely lightweight — 1.6 lbs Self-contained, rechargeable Nanophosphate® lithium-ion emergency battery Smooth, high-definition graphics Unique, two-screen display with wide viewing angles and a user-friendly menu structure Selectable orientation — horizontal and vertical Aircraft-specific, programmable airspeed range markings Easy installation — one knob configures the display and provides menu control to the pilot 10–32 VDC power input External, automatic and manual dimming control settings Software configurable lighting curves Field-upgradable software via standard USB port FAA TSO certified to C2d, C3e, C4c, C10b, C106, C179a — Pending RTCA DO-178B and DO-254 Design Assurance Level (DAL) A — Pending RTCA DO-160 qualified Designed and built in Wichita, Kansas, USA Two-year or 2,000-hour warranty
Power Input: 10-32 VDC; 10W normal, 40W max Output: ARINC 429 (see manual for specific labels) Operating Range: Attitude: 300° per second pitch, roll and yaw (max) / Altitude: -1,500 to +55,000 ft (-457 m to 16,764 m) / Airspeed: 0 to 500 knots (0 to 575 mph) (0 to 926 kph) Units of Measure: Altitude: Feet or meters / Barometric Setting: Inches of mercury, millibars or hectopascals / Airspeed: Knots, miles per hour or kilometers per hour Panel Tilt: Configurable to ± 85° pitch Lighting: 5, 14 and 28 VDC input Pilot Interface: 16-detent, push and turn knob Weight: 1.6 lbs (0.73 kg) Battery: Rechargeable, field-replaceable, internal battery / Technology: Nanophosphate® lithium-ion / Run time: 60 minutes minimum when fully charged and properly maintained Mounting: Front panel mounted Mating Connectors: Mid-Continent P/N 9017646 kit contains custom DB15 connector with configuration module, pitot and static connectors Certification: FAA TSO certified to C2d, C3e, C4c, C10b, C106, C179a — Pending RTCA DO-178B and DO-254 Design Assurance Level (DAL) A — Pending, RTCA DO-160 qualified, RTCA DO-311 qualified
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Q: Can this be coupled with Garmin 430 for direction and or approach display for ILS & GS?
No, the MD302 does not have the ability to couple to any NAV or GPS source.
Q: Can the steam gauge altimeter be removed if the Mid-Continent MD302 is installed in a Part 23 aircraft?
Yes, the MD302 is considered a primary altimeter replacement.
Q: Can the Mid Continent MD302 attitude indicator drive the Cessna ARC autopilot?
Per the installation manual, it does not connect to an autopilot.
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