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PFD ESI-500
electronic standby instrument systemfor aircraft

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Characteristics

Type
PFD, electronic standby instrument system
Domain
for aircraft
Size

3 in

Description

Electronic Standby Instrument Pack 50 years of standby experience in your panel L3Harris' Next-Generation Electronic Standby Instrument System — ESI-500 — is one of the most advanced standby instruments designed specifically for piston and turboprop aircraft and helicopters. The compact unit is scalable and comes standard with altitude, attitude, slip/skid, vertical speed and aircraft track. Options are available for the display of navigation information and Synthetic Vision (SynVis), including terrain and obstacles. Magnetic heading is an available option when coupled with the low cost and compact MAG-500 magnetometer. The ESI-500 is compatible with existing NAV radios and GPS hardware. Upon loss of power an internal lithium-ion battery pack automatically powers the unit and magnetometer without interruption. ESI-500 Key Features: Mirrors PFD presenting attitude, altitude, airspeed and slip data Options for terrain, SynVis, obstacles, heading and navigation Internal lithium-ion battery offers uninterrupted flight data Low-cost, compact design for piston and turboprop aircraft High-resolution, 24-bit color display 3″ round case for easy installation into existing panel cutouts Airspeed awareness band highlights aircraft VNE and VMO cues Features High-resolution, full color display The scalable ESI-500 has numerous display configurations, including navigation, metric altitude, vertical speed and heading. The navigation function can be configured for VOR/ILS or GPS single-source or both. In the absence of a Heading source, the ESI can display aircraft “Track” from a GPS source.
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