Electronic heading indicator Horis
for aircraft2.3-inch

electronic heading indicator
electronic heading indicator
electronic heading indicator
electronic heading indicator
electronic heading indicator
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Characteristics

Display
electronic
Applications
for aircraft
Size
2.3-inch

Description

Horis AD-AHRS is an electronic device, which includes several state of the art sensors and combines them into a small PFD display. It can serve as a standalone PFD display and it may be used as primary instrument or as a perfect backup. We take great care to design our instruments lightweight and slim as possible. Horis only weighs 235 g. Advantages: Very low power consumption (< 2W at 12V), low cost, precise altitude pressure and IAS (indicated airspeed) sensor – connects to pitostatic, precise angular rate sensors – gyros and accelerometers, GPS receiver, digital outside temperature sensor, lightweight design, CAN bus compatible. Horis AD-AHRS standalone unit shows: attitude (roll, pitch), airspeed (IAS and TAS), vertical speed (Vario) indication, altitude, outside temperature indication, QNH setting, heading rate (1 minute and 30 seconds turn), tracking course (True or Magnetic). The Chrono screen shows UTC time, GPS status, Local time, sunrise and sunset. It also features stopwatch and flight time. Used for measuring and displaying the gravitational and acceleration force. Total and static pressure source are obtained from the pitot tube. When connected to the bus, Horis will transmit: attitude, altitude, position, temperature, baro-settings, health status etc. OAT information is required to calculate true airspeed, as well as to provide you with the outside temperature information. Is used for external GPS antenna needed by the GPS receiver integrated on AHRS unit.

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