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Mid Continent Standby Attitude Module (SAM)

Mid Continent Standby Attitude Module (SAM)

Brand: Mid Continent

Product Code: MD302
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Mid Continent Standby Attitude Module (SAM)

Entirely self-contained, SAM® is a solid-state instrument that
provides attitude, altitude, airspeed and slip information to the pilot
during normal operation or in the case of primary instrument failure.

SAM's small size and selectable orientation (horizontal and vertical) allows for flexible cockpit design and installation.

  • 4-in-1: Attitude, altitude, airspeed and slip information with ARINC 429 output.
     Attitude:      300° per second pitch, roll and yaw (max)
     Altitude:     -1,500 to +55,000 ft (-457 m to 16,764 m)
     Airspeed:     0 to 500 knots (0 to 575 mph) (0 to 926 kph)        
  • Compact design: 2.4” x 5.5” footprint      
  • Power input: 10-32 VDC
  • Extremely lightweight: Weighs just 1.6 lbs    
  • Upgradable software: Field-upgradable software via standard USB port
  • Lithium-ion emergency battery: Self-contained, rechargable Nanophosphate® lithium-ion emergency battery          
  • Easy installation: One knob configures the display and provides menu control to the pilot
  • Selectable orientation: Horizontal and vertical      
  • FAA TSO certified: C2d, C3e, C4c, C10b, C106, C113a, C179a
  • Two-screen display: Smooth, high-definition graphics with extra-wide viewing angles and a user-friendly menu structure.    
  • RTCA qualified: RTCA DO-178B and DO-254 DAL A, RTCA DO-160 and RTCA DO-311 qualified
  • Programmable: Aircraft-specific, programmable airspeed range markings      
  • Warranty: Two-year or 2,000-hour warranty
  • Adjustable lighting: External, automatic and manual dimming control settings and software configurable lighting curves      
  • Made in the USA: Designed and built in Wichita, Kansas

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