Electronic attitude indicator Omnia ASI-OAT series
illuminatedelectrically-powered

electronic attitude indicator
electronic attitude indicator
electronic attitude indicator
electronic attitude indicator
electronic attitude indicator
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electronic
Other characteristics
electrically-powered, illuminated

Description

Omnia ASI-OAT is a compact and reliable instrument that integrates a precise and calibrated sensor to measure the aircraft air speed. With a maximum measurable speed of 500 km/h, it can be used on the overwhelming majority of light aircraft. All the components of the Omnia family are equipped with a state-of-the-art, highly visible display, a powerful 32 bit microcontroller and the latest generation of solid state sensors and components to ensure reliability and accuracy over time. Omnia ASI-OAT can be interfaced with the Rotax engines "i" series through the CAN bus. Up to 16 Omnia family instruments can be connected in cluster to form a communication network, making some data exchange operations simpler. Main screen with IAS and OAT indications The references of vx and vy are shown on the speed tape An alarm is activated when the set speed is reached Main features Included gauges: Air Speed Indicator Outside Air Temperature Interfaces: Knob with pushbutton 2 CAN bus Light Sensor input USB 2.0 port Static and pitot ports Can be connected in cluster with other Omnia instruments Manufacturing: Rugged case milled from solid aluminium Powder-painted 100% manufactured and tested with automatic processes Functions: Customizable color tape Vx and Vy setable marks OAT indication Alarm on Max speed Manual or Automatic Backlight dimmer Easy software updating through the USB port

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