|The AHRS-1 for Experimental / LSA aircraft is a 2 1/4Ē sunlight readable color display instrument providing a display for an artificial horizon reference system (AHRS), an advanced digital compass, or both depending on which sensor packages are connected.|
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This device would likely be pretty nice but it fits a 2 opening instead of 2 1/4. When it got here I discovered this when I tried to install it in my panel
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Per the install manual you will need the SP-7 (attitude sensor) and SP-6 (compass) units to drive the instruments for this gauge.
To be used as a compass with optional slip indicator, you would require the SP-6 Magnetometer, our Part# 11-09744. For the Horizon with slip, turn, & G-Force or Turn/Bank indication, you would require the SP-7, our part number 11-09743. The combined functionality would require both a SP-6 and a SP-7. These have now been added to the options selection on this unit.
The AHRS-1 comes with a connector to apply pwr/ground and wire in the CAN bus.
This is a 2-1/4 instrument.
You would need to add the SP-6.
No, this unit is not FAA Approved for use in experimental aircraft.