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United Instruments, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of aircraft instruments, providing quality to general aviation worldwide for over 35 years.  Their altimeters are installed in most new airplanes.  They are a good value as well as extremely reliable and accurate.

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5934P3A83 United Instruments Altimeter, 20,000 feet, Kollsman in inHg, 3 1/8" (80 mm)
Calibrated to 20,000 feet
The Altimeter is designed for use in aircraft to help the pilot determine altitude, the height above a reference point (generally mean sea level). The Altimeter measures existing atmospheric pressure, which varies with altitude. Based on the assumption of Standard Day conditions of temperature and air pressure, the altimeter translates this pressure into a "height-above-sea-level" value, which is indicated on the dial of the instrument in feet.
  • Size: Fits into a 3 1/8" (80 mm) instrument hole with cutout for the adjustment knob
  • Applicable Specifications: TSO-C10b
  • Case Configuration: 3 inch case (Flange type)
  • Typical Weight: 13 ounces
  • Number of Pointers: 3
  • Barometric Setting: 28.1 to 31.0 inHg
  • Static Pressure Connection: 1/8-27 ANPT
  • Installation: Removable spring nuts and screws

Technical Specifications

$1155 In Stock
5934PA3A86 United Instruments Altimeter, 35,000 feet, Kollsman in inHg, 3 1/8" (80 mm)
Calibrated to 35,000 feet
The Altimeter is designed for use in aircraft to help the pilot determine altitude, the height above a reference point (generally mean sea level). The Altimeter measures existing atmospheric pressure, which varies with altitude. Based on the assumption of Standard Day conditions of temperature and air pressure, the altimeter translates this pressure into a "height-above-sea-level" value, which is indicated on the dial of the instrument in feet.
  • Size: Fits into a 3 1/8" (80 mm) instrument hole with cutout for the adjustment knob
  • Applicable Specifications: TSO-C10b
  • Case Configuration: 3 inch case (Flange type)
  • Typical Weight: 13 ounces
  • Number of Pointers: 3
  • Barometric Setting: 28.1 to 31.0 inHg
  • Static Pressure Connection: 1/8-27 ANPT
  • Installation: Removable spring nuts and screws

Technical Specifications


 
$1365 In Stock
5934PM3A84 United Instruments Altimeter, 20,000 feet, Kollsman in mBar, 3 1/8" (80 mm)
Calibrated to 20,000 feet
The Altimeter is designed for use in aircraft to help the pilot determine altitude, the height above a reference point (generally mean sea level). The Altimeter measures existing atmospheric pressure, which varies with altitude. Based on the assumption of Standard Day conditions of temperature and air pressure, the altimeter translates this pressure into a "height-above-sea-level" value, which is indicated on the dial of the instrument in feet.
  • Size: Fits into a 3 1/8" (80 mm) instrument hole with cutout for the adjustment knob
  • Applicable Specifications: TSO-C10b
  • Case Configuration: 3 inch case (Flange type)
  • Typical Weight: 13 ounces
  • Number of Pointers: 3
  • Barometric Setting: 946 to 1050 mb 
  • Static Pressure Connection: 1/8-27 ANPT
  • Installation: Removable spring nuts and screws

Technical Specifications

$1195 12 weeks
5934PAM3A87 United Instruments Altimeter, 35,000 feet, Kollsman in mBar, 3 1/8" (80 mm)
Calibrated to 35,000 feet
The Altimeter is designed for use in aircraft to help the pilot determine altitude, the height above a reference point (generally mean sea level). The Altimeter measures existing atmospheric pressure, which varies with altitude. Based on the assumption of Standard Day conditions of temperature and air pressure, the altimeter translates this pressure into a "height-above-sea-level" value, which is indicated on the dial of the instrument in feet.
  • Size: Fits into a 3 1/8" (80 mm) instrument hole with cutout for the adjustment knob
  • Applicable Specifications: TSO-C10b
  • Case Configuration: 3 inch case (Flange type)
  • Typical Weight: 13 ounces
  • Number of Pointers: 3
  • Barometric Setting: 946 to 1050 mb
  • Static Pressure Connection: 1/8-27 ANPT
  • Installation: Removable spring nuts and screws

Technical Specifications

$1545 12 weeks
 

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