The 1U367 has a pictorial horizon mask and a fixed airplane. The mask moves to indicate climb, dive, and bank. Bank and pitch attitudes are diaplayed so that the pilot's sensing of the gyro's horizon indication is the same as the interpretation of the relationship between the wings of the aircraft and the natural horizon during visual flight.
The instrument is operable following maneuvers of 360° in roll and 360° in pitch. Controlled precession is employed to achieve the 360° in pitch.
Note: Arinc-bezel lighted gyros have integral lighting as noted.
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