The MINI6 indicator is the newest addition to RC Allen’s groundbreaking line of digital instruments. It offers all the instrumentation of a traditional six-pack in one clean, customizable and easy to read presentation. The fully certified, easy to install indicator comes equipped with an internal battery backup providing an exceptional level of redundancy to any application.
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The Mini6 does not have autopilot connectivity at this time. It is an expected future feature but currently is not available on the unit.
Yes, it is FAA TSO approved for certified aircraft. All 6 instruments featured in the unit are FAA TSO approved.
It has a built-in magnetometer.
Yes, as part of the initial set up you will select imperial or metric units.
It is certified as a primary instrument but does not allow the removal of the airspeed or the altimeter.
The battery must be replaced every 3 years. Please contact our sales department for current pricing and lead time on replacement battery.
Per the manufacturer it is certified as such but it is recommended to speak to your local IA and A&P to ensure what can be removed based on the local laws.
Per the manufacturer it is certified as such but it is recommended to speak to your local IA and A&P to ensure what can be removed.
Per the manufacturer it is certified to replace the turn coordinator but it is recommended to speak to your local IA and A&P to ensure what can be removed based on other equipment being used in the aircraft and the local laws.
No, it can be set to kts or km/h only.