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Part #: 4000869-3201

Model: SG-832C




Slaved Gyro (28V)

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  • Electrically operated directional gyro used in HSD-830 Compass System
  • Provides XYZ heading information and gyro flag (HDG) voltage to IN-831A HSI
  • Provides displacement information to slaving meter
  • Includes fast slave mode operated by an externally mounted switch
  • Provides free slave switch feature
  • Models available that operate on 14 or 28 VDC (see table below)


Power Requirements: 14VDC=1.4A or 28VDC=0.75A Weight: 4.3 lbs. max
Warmup Time: 1 minute max Slaving Rate: Normal: 2 deg. per minute; Fast (Automatic): 180 deg. per minute
Dimensions: 5.25"W x 4.37"L x 6.56"H    



Part Number: Description:
4000869-3201 28VDC version, Slaved Gyro 
4000869-3202 14VDC version, Slaved Gyro 


- Slaved Gyro (28V)
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