|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 20-100 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 20-120 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 30-140 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 20-120 KNOT|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-160 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-180 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 20-140 KNOTS|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-160 KNOTS|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-180 KNOTS|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-200 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-200 KNOTS|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-240 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-240 KNOTS|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-260 MPH|
|UMA 2-1/4 ASI 40-300 MPH|
UMA 2-1/4" MINIATURE AIRSPEEDS
ALL MODELS Click for price A fine quality instrument of new manufacture for the exceptional homebuilt aircraft. Matte-white dial markings. Fits standard 2-1/4" instrument panel opening. Space saving dimensions: 2-3/8" x 2-3/8" x 3-1/4 L. All ranges available in knots.
Absolutely perfect for my RV9. Purchased with MK-03 INSTRUMENT NUT RING. Installation was a snap.
Fine product with ok price/quality. But no attachments for hoses included nor screws for panel attachment. Missed chance for 5 star rating
After 10 hours it is now off. When I was flying the last time I noticed that my Steam Gauge Air speed indicator was reading faster than my Dynon Skyview. It was turbulent and the needle was bouncing around. so I couldnt tell by how much but it looked off. Yesterday I went out and got my syringe and tested the Pitot Static system. The System Looks good, no leaks, but sure enough the Steam Gauge is showing 20 mph faster than the dynon. So what happened in the last 10 hours of my phase 1 testing? Should I send the Steam Gauge back? just ignore it? I really like glancing at the analog gauge on final and takeoff. Now I know that on the madden flight the steam gauge was very close to the dynon, I have a picture from the first flight where the Dynon indicates 88, true is 93 ground speed is 99 and the steam gauge is reading 92.
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Yes you can order part number 10-02792 which is for the UMA colored range markings.
Color speed ranges are optional and must be specified when an order is placed.
Per the manufacturer: All UMI 2 1/4" non TSO'd airspeed indicators will require two fittings and two tubes for pitot and static. The fittings are 1/8" NPT female threaded, and the tubing is a 1/4" aluminum tube with .028"-.035" wall thickness.
PER UMA - We are the original manufacture on all of our instrumentation (with the exception of a few items that we stock for customer convenience). All of the products we manufacture are made in Dayton, VA USA.