|3-1/8 UMA Altimeter|
Range: 0-10,000 Ft.
Baro. Dial: w/IN HG
These standard Altimeters are high quality, simple type (single pointer) designed to meet the needs of the low cost non-IFR user. Both altimeters utilize a knob adjustable barometric scale, viewed through a Kollsman Window.
3-1/8 UMA Altimeter
2-1/4 UMA Altimeter
Case: Aluminum Casting
Weight: 10.6 oz. Case: Valox 420 Plastic
Weight: 5.0 oz.
Not FAA Approved
I have a singleseat power parachute this keeps me at a good height
UMA 3-1/8 ALT 0-10K FT W/ BARO IN HG DIAL
If you want a US-made, single-needle altimeter you can read at a glance, this is a must-have item. The case is unsealed, so there is no need to plumb it to your static-system...if you do, the static-system will leak. Just throw it in the panel and go!
Aircraft Spruce placed the incorrect part number on the altimeter box. They are currently correcting the problem.
Purchased 10-02436, installed in experimental aircraft, set the pressure from ATIS and found the altimeter to be 200 feet off both from known field elevation and gps indication. Aircraft Spruce would not allow return because it had been installed.
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No, p/n 10-02436 is not intended for certified aircraft.
No. Part number 10-05132 is not TSO'd. The only TSO'd altimeters that we carry are the United altimeter product line.
It will continue to go around, but you will not have a third hand to indicate whether or not you are above or below the 5500 feet.
These instruments are non-lighted.
For the 3-1/8" Altimeters, no connection is required unless it is installed in a pressurized cabin or a open cockpit with moving air behind the panel. It is not to be connected to static line. If a line is needed, it should be flexible tubing 1/4" OD X .028" - .035" ID. All UMA instruments are manufactured in the United States.
The depth of the unit is 2.75 inches.
No, these altimeters are not FAA Approved. They are intended for use in experimental aircraft only.
Yes, this can be used in an ultralight. This unit only goes up to 5,500 feet.
Yes, that is correct.
Non-sensitive and not sealed.