Fri, Sep 23, 2011
RiteAngle BASIC Uses Vane & LEDs
EM Aviation has introduced its new RiteAngle “BASIC”
AOA system for aircraft without flaps. This low cost version, like
all RiteAngle systems, is designed with green indicating "safe,"
amber indicating "caution," and red meaning "danger."
The “BASIC” uses a Vane and an LED display, and the
company says it's much easier to setup than RiteAngle's prior
The “BASIC” no frills AOA system claims accuracy and
reliability for only US $300, and will operate from a battery pack
holding eight "AA" cells for use in aircraft with no electrical
system, or as a backup. All RiteAngle systems are designed,
assembled and tested in the USA.
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