Connector pin out:
A: +12 -30VDC
Fine quality instrument by RC Allen and used in many production aircraft. Incorporates an electrical Gyro Turn Indicator with an inclinometer. The inclinometer, by movement of a ball in relation to the lubber lines, indicates the slip angle of aircraft while in a turn. The airplane on the dial rotates with reference to the indices. A power failure flag drops into view whenever the supply voltage is lost or when voltage has dropped below a level acceptable for proper operation of the gyro. Operates on 14 to 28V DC. New manufacture. First installation requires electrical connector and clamp.
Meets or exceeds requirements of FAA TSO C3b
Made in the USA
Note: Each Indicator is required to be purchased with the "Mating Connector" (P/N: 10-00789).
WARNING: The product may contain and/or expose you to a chemical(s) or substance(s) which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Perfect and replacement. Easy install in PA28-140.
Mine just failed. After 15 years as a rebuilt unit, rebuilt in 2003. I think Kelley rebuilt it but not sure as unit is on its way back to Kelley for second rebuild. (3/2017) Not bad, I say.
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1 year manufacturer's warranty.
Yes, this is approved by FAA TSO.
MAX currect draw is 0.3 AMPS, so a 1 amp breaker would suffice.
Yes, this is FAA TSO approved for use in certified aircraft. Always check with your FAA Approved install shop before installing any item in the aircraft.
Yes it will work in systems with 11-30v.