The RCA2610 Digital Electronic Attitude Indicator receives digital information from a series of accelerometers which is processed
to actuate a display that has two dimensions of freedom, simultaneously displaying pitch and bank.
intuitive to use.
Because the RCA2610 has no mechanical gyroscope, it is much more stable than traditional horizons.
On the attitude indicator you will see two yellow horizontal lines with a dot between them.
When the dot and wings are on the horizon line, you are in level flight.
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When you place an order, you should know:
- Instrument model number
- Aircraft voltage (14VAC or 28VAC)
- Panel tilt angle
- When ordering attitude gyros, it is very important that you know the tilt angle of your aircraft’s panel.
- The tilt angle is any deviation from vertical of your control panel in level flight. Installing the incorrect angle will cause the horizon to show a climb or a dive.
- Horizons are set to the correct angle in the factory.
- Check with your aircraft manufacturer if you are not sure what the tilt angle is.
- Lighted or unlighted (lighting voltage)
- Fixed or movable pointer
- Optional slip indicator (additional)
NOTE: There is an extra charge to re-set the tilt angle after purchase.