aircraft instrument panel

aircraft instrument panel

[′er‚kraft ′in·strə‚mənt ‚pan·əl]
(aerospace engineering)
A coordinated instrument display arranged to provide the pilot and flight crew with information about the aircraft's speed, altitude, attitude, heading, and condition; also advises the pilot of the aircraft's response to his control efforts.
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Unlike other electronic instruments, the 12.5-ounce ESP module is remote mounted (it measures 6.62 by 2.76 by 1.65 inches with connector), and Kelly provides a prewired harness and a battery status lamp for mounting on the aircraft instrument panel. This, of course, will increase installation effort.
The trainer has simulated controls and displays that represent the main F-22 aircraft instrument panel. "It will enable the pilots to practice individual and team weapons-systems employment, or it can be used as a mission generation system," said Oyler.
The trainer will provide pilots with simulated controls and displays representing the main F-22 aircraft instrument panel. In addition to enabling pilots to practice individual and team weapon systems employment, the weapons tactics trainer can be used as an instructional system or mission-generation system.
There are a lot of hybrid analog-digital light aircraft instrument panels lurking out there right now, and each one was wired differently.
Yesterday, locals backed the SEPA call for action on the radioactivity, caused by dumped World War II aircraft instrument panels.
The magneto-optic device, used in aircraft instrument panels, showed inadvertent switching.
The number of radioactive particles - from dumped World War II aircraft instrument panels - is increasing, with 486 found.
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