ADDITIONAL FLIGHT INSTRUMENTSAltimeter, 0-20,000 ft Dual Scale, Millibar/ in Hg, TSO
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USA Standard in most new production aircraft
 20,000' Altimeter in inch HG scale 5934P-3A83.. $995.00

 35,000' Altimeter in inch HG scale 5934PA-3A86 $1095.00

prices are for outright purchases
no core trade-in required.
Trade-in cores are of course accepted!
Wings & Wheels will also buy your serviceable Altimeter cores!


 

 

 

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OVERHAULED ALTIMETERS
AS AVAILABLE.. Please call
overhauled and certified including new dials and needles
, to look and function like new
Overhauled altimeter prices (typical)
3 pointer in Hg scales for all aircraft 20,000’ $695.00
3 pointer in Hg scales for all aircraft 30,000' $795.00

 


 

WULTRAD ALTIMETERS
made in China
NON-TSO'd
For use in experimental and non-certified (US Standard certification) aircraft only.
Calibrated and tested 0-20,000 feet range with inch HG Scale similar appearance to Aerosonic altimeters. Low cost, good quality, Factory NEW with 1 year Warranty
ALT20INF-3  20,000' 3 1/8" Altimeter with inch HG Scale and warning bars (shown) $415.00
ALT20INF-3N
  20,000' 3 1/8" Identical to ALT20INF-3 but without warning bars
$410.00
Warranty for Wultrad Instruments

Please also see Warranty procedures ,  forms  and  Adjusting altimeter


"click here" for altimeter mounting and cut-out

 


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prices are subject to change based on costs at time of inventory.
ALTIMETERS by WINTER GmbH
(made in Germany)
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4 FGH 40 Precision
miniature 57mm (2 1/4")
three pointer altimeter, 0-20,000' in inch Hg scale
 (also available on special order in Millibar scale)
$945.00
Installation and maintenance 4 FGH 20 und 4 FGH 40

 

4FGH 10 4320
                 Nr. 4320: 80mm Altimeter, 2 pointer with range of 0 - 1.000 - 20.000 feet Inch(Hg)  pressure scale from 27.6 - 30.5", Zero at 12 0'clock
$945.00

Item Nr. 4325
 
80mm (3 1/8")Altimeter, 3 pointer with range of -1,000 - 20,000 feet,
Inch (Hg) pressure scale from 27.6 - 30.5"
$945.00

 

 


SCALE DRAWING 4FGH altimeters

Metric instruments available on special order only
Winter Altimeters in Metric scale
57mm, 2 1/4" and 80mm, 3 1/8"
4FGH 10 4110 (shown)
Like 4320 but in Mertic 10m Scale
0-1000- 10,000m with 940 - 1050 millibars scale
$945.00
 

 

 

Factory overhauled Winter 4 FGH10

One only, 80mm As-New with EASA overhaul approval documents Sensitive Altimeter Metric (Meters/ Km) in /Mb Scale,2 pointer
Just $795.00

Vertical Speed (Rate of Climb)

Factory new instrument, Wultrad 3 1/8" VSI (Vertical Speed Indicator), 0-2000 fpm, non-TSO'd
$165.00

 


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On request the dials are available in - anodized aluminum or light ivory color
EXTRA COST


"WINTER" AIRSPEED INDICATORS

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6 FMS 4: 80mm 510 degree swing ( 1 ½ Revolution)
standard 80mm (3 1/8") airspeed indicators. Available in: Knots, MPH,
or Km/H. zero @ 6 or 12 o-clock  $475.00
7 FMS 4: 57mm Like 6 FMS 4 except miniature
57mm (2 1/4") size to fit small panels...$475.00
 

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Normal stock scale is in KNOTS (some Schweizer types in MPH)
others in MPH or KM available only on special order

6FMS 5:80mm Single revolution 80mm (3 1/8") airspeed indicators,
available in: Knots, MPH or Km/h, zero @ 6 or 12 o’clock $475.00
7 FMS 5: 57mm Like 6 FMS 5 except miniature
57mm (2 1/4"). size to fit small panels $475.00


 

CALL FOR USED AND FACTORY OVERHAULED
WINTER AIRSPEEDS!
AS-AVAILABLE .......SAVE!!


Winter Airspeed scale drawings
Winter ASI Speed ranges and part numbers for 57mm Instruments
Winter ASI Speed ranges and part numbers for 80mm Instruments
 

SEE USEFUL INFORMATION PAGE
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON REMOVING AND RE-INSTALLING GLASS AND BEZEL

Grosskinsky-variable-camber flap ring
As is generally known, wing load and, in turn, the optimum flap positions for the various speed ranges of a variable-flap glider changes with take-off weight. Until now, selecting the right flap position has involved using special tables carried on board or observing a confusingly large number of marks on the airspeed indicator. The new adjustable ring for airspeed indicators makes these complicated methods things of the past. As the illustrations shows, the ring has a double scale for aircraft weight “G” and wing load “G/F”. Four arrows can also be seen, showing the corresponding angles for the flap positions. The number of arrows depends on the number of flap positions for the type of glider in question – are shown here. Like the MacCready ring of the variometer, the rotating ring is simply push-fitted over the airspeed indicator.
Once the take-off weight has been calculated by adding the dead weight of the aircraft, the weight of the pilot and the weight of any water ballast on board, the “G” scale is simply turned until this figure is aligned with the 0 mark of the airspeed indicator. The arrows on the ring now automatically show the correct flap positions on the airspeed-indicator scale. Furthermore, the correct wing load for the takeoff weight can be read from the “G/F”scale and entered in the electric variometer, it fitted. If wing load changes in the course of the flight, due to a reduction in ballast, for example, the ring need only be turned back to the new flying weight, and immediately, the arrows show the new, flight dependent flap positions. The ring is calibrated for a standard preset acceleration of 1 g. If values as high as 1,3 g should occur, as they do in high-performance competition gliding, a second ring with the appropriate values can be fitted during the flight, or changed as required. If the Großkinsky ring is not ordered along with a new airspeed indicator, please state the type of aircraft in which it is installed, because the scales vary from model to model. Only the 6 FMS 4 or 7 FMS 4 series airspeed indicators with 510° scales are suitable
Special order only....not avaialable for all types
$145.00
SEE USEFUL INFORMATION PAGE
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON INSTALLING BEZEL MOUNT FOR

Grosskinsky-variable-camber flap ring

SPECIAL COLOR MARKING
for Winter airspeed indicators is also available

SPECIAL ORDER INSTRUMENTS ONLY

Speeds frequently used in general aviation
V speeds are nearly always given as Indicated Airspeed (IAS), so that pilots can read them directly off the airspeed indicator (ASI).
ASIs carry color-coded markings that give the pilot an immediate reference, as follows.
VNE Red line and top of yellow arc. The VNE, or the never exceed speed, of an aircraft is the V speed which refers to the velocity that should never be exceeded due to risk of structural failure, most commonly due to wing or tail deformation or failure and less commonly due to aeroelastic flutter (usually in faster aircraft). VNE is specified as a red line on many airspeed indicator. This speed is specific to the aircraft model, and represents the edge of its performance envelope.
VA Top of green and bottom of yellow arcs. The yellow arc is caution, as speeds in this region may add dangerous stress to the aircraft, and are only to be used in smooth air when no turbulence or abrupt control inputs are expected. Design maneuvering speed (stalling speed at the maximum legal G-force, and hence the maximum speed at which abrupt, full deflection, control inputs will not cause the aircraft to exceed its G-force limit). Maneuvering speed is limited by aircraft structural characteristics.
VFE Top of white arc. Maximum flap extended speed (a different maximum speed may be specified for partial flap extension).
VX Best angle of climb speed.
VS1 Bottom of green arc. The stalling speed or the maximum steady flight speed obtained in a specific configuration (usually a configuration "clean" of flaps, landing gear and other sources of drag).
VS0 Bottom of white arc. Stall speed in landing configuration.
Delivery about 6-10 weeks
ADD $16.00 to ASI price

Normal stock is in KNOTS
ALL "WINTER" Instruments are
also available in
metric KILOMETERS and METER  Scale on special order only.


we also supply color marking decal kits with New Instruments for only a $5.95 additional cost
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SEE USEFUL INFORMATION PAGE
FOR INSTRUCTIONS ON REMOVING AND RE-INSTALLING GLASS AND BEZEL


Connection diagram layout with
Winter flight instruments


Note: TSO (Technical Standard Order) is one FAA standard that "may" be used for approval.
JAA form One certification may also be issued with imported aircraft parts and is the normally accepted equivalent to TSO. The use of Non-TSO’d instruments and parts, though otherwise "Certified", may also be acceptable in many experimental aircraft and also in other certificated aircraft. If unsure, check with the aircraft manufacturer or local authority. The Aircraft Type Certificate is the determining document in any case as to the requirement for the aircraft. Installation, Suitability and Compliance with Regulations is the Sole Responsibilty of the Purchaser.

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