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UMA 2-1/4 VSI 0-6000 FT CLIMB

Part# 10-05610
MFR Model# 8-210-62
DescriptionPart No.
2-1/4 UMA Vertical Speed Indicator
Climb 0-6000ft


The vertical speed indicator is a precision instrument which provides an accurate indication of rate of change of altitude. This instrument is temperature compensated and is provided with a zero adjustment screw on the face of the case in the seven oclock position. Power: Static system.

2-1/4" Vertical Speed Indicator (Refer to Image #2)
Case: Valox 420 Plastic
Weight: 7.4 oz.
California Prop 65 Warning Symbol

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm -


Like the other UMA instruments, this is a good value. Solid, accurate, light, easy to read. Definitely recommended.

October 7, 2019

Installation was straight forward. First flight in the Carbon Cub after installation showed 1700 feet per minute on take off. Readings matched those shown on the G3X, but seeing them on a steam gauge is a lot more fun.

Charles S
August 12, 2018


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Q: Are the UMA VSI on this page certified (TSO'd)?

No, this page is for non certified UMA VSI. If you look under UMA you will find both a certified and non certified UMA VSI page.

Q: How deep it this UMA Vertical Speed Indicator? What sort of static plug it is?

This unit is 2.80 inches deep, and this is an electric gauge therefore will require a harness.

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