Part #: 066-3011-01

Model: KNI-520




Navigation Indicator

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  • Navigation Indicator providing VOR/LOC/Glideslope Indication and course selector
  • Radio navigation information displayed by means of rectilinear crosspointer needles
  • TO-FROM flag provided
  • Glideslope and VOR/LOC warning flags provided
  • Originally designed to with KX-170B & KX-175B nav/comms, KN-73 Glideslope Receivers, and KN-77 Converter
TSO: C34B,C36B,C40a Cat. AACAAAX Temperature: -54 to +55C
Weight: 1.8 lbs. Size: 3.25"W x 3.25"H x 7.69"L
VOR/LOC/GS Pointer: 150 micro-amperes through a resistance of 1000 ohms for 4th (outermost) white dot linear deflection in either direction. Resistance measured at +25 deg. C OMNI To-From Flag: 200 micro-amperes through a resistance of 200 ohms for full deflection in either direction. Resistance measured at +25 deg. C
GS and LOC Flags: Flags become fully concealed with a current of 260 microamperes maximum. Resistance of each flag is 1000 ohms at +25 deg. C    
Part NumberVOR/LOC/Glideslope Indicator Description
066-3011-01 Standard Unit
066-3011-04 Includes Course Datum Synchro for Autopilot 


- Navigation Indicator
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