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KI 202

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 KI 202 VOR/LOC radio navigation indicator comes with a key feature that eases pilot workload.

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Known for its reliability, the KI 202 VOR/LOC radio navigation indicator comes with a key feature that eases pilot workload: left-to-right meter movement. This type of meter movement, as opposed to pendulum, makes the indicator easier to read. Because the needle remains vertical throughout its range of travel, the pilot can better determine the degree of correction needed to stay on course.  The KI 202 also has warning flag, to-from indicator, and an omnibearing selector (OBS). Chose the optional course datum synchro to link the KI 202 to a compass system such as the KCS 55A.  This option saves the pilot from continually manually adjusting the degree of correction.
 
The KI 202 does not have an internal navigation converter, so it can be with a GPS.  Use it along with an annunciator control unit to meet the FAA requirements for an instrument flight rules GPS installation.
 
Designed for use with navigational equipment that includes a convertor, the KI 202 works with the KNS-80 NAV/RNAV/DME/glideslope, the KNS-81 NAV/RNAV/glideslope, and the KX-165 NAV/COMM (with or without a glideslope receiver), as well as the remote mounted KN 72 and KN 77 converters.
 
Comes internally lit with a metal bezel and a glass lens.  TSOd.

Technical Specifications

Lighting Power  14/28 VDC or 5 VDC
Weight 1.30 lbs. (0.59 kg)
Width 3.25 in. (8.26 cm)
Height 3.25 in. (8.26 cm)
Length 8.06 in. (20.47 cm)
Power Rated  None