Electrical Turn Coordinator is used for displaying the angular rate and sideslip of turning in horizontal flying and turning; an electrically-driven gyroscope. The inclinometer, indicates the slip angle of the aircraft while in a turn. A power failure flag drops into view whenever the voltage drop below a level for proper operation. The Turn Coordinator incorporates a built-in voltage regulator so it can be used with either 14VDC or 28VDC power system. It is compact in size, and light weight.
Model: TC02E-3L-2 - LIGHTED
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All Falcon Gauges are for experimental aircraft only and are not TSO'd.
I show 6.5X6.75X8.375 a drawing can be seen here... http://www.falcongauge.com/PDFs/instructions/turncoordinator.pdf
No, Falcon gauges are not FAA Approved. It is intended for experimental aircraft use only.