Various documentation related to instruments installed in SSB gliders.


Winter Variometer
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Winter mechanical variometer.

Becker AR 4201 Manual
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VHF Transceiver operating manual.

Becker AR 6201 Manual
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Manual for Becker Single Block VHF/AM Transceiver.

Becker ATC 4401
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Becker AR 4201 VHF Transceiver.

Cambridge 302 Manual
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Cambridge 302 Direct Digital Variometer (DDV).

Cambridge 303 Manual
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Cambridge 303 navigation display.

Mountain High EDS O2D1 Manual
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Pulse delivery oxygen system.

Mountain High EDS O2D2 Manual
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Pulse delivery oxygen system.

Trig TT21 Operating Manual
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Trig mode S transponder.

302 to PDA Wiring
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How to wire a PDA to the 302

Ilec SC-7 Vario
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Ilec electronic variometer.

A-14 Regulator Manual
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A-14 Oxygen Regulator Pressure Demand System.

Flarm Butterfly Display
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Flarm warning system.

LXNAV S100 Standalone Vario
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Vario, Speed to Fly, Navigation & FLARM target display in a single instrument.

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The PowerFLARM Core is both the heart and the brain of the FLARM system. It handles all radio communication and data processing as well as collision risk calculations. The device is mounted behind the panel together with other avionics boxes. It’s connected to a FLARM display which is mounted in the panel.

Sage Variomenter
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Instructions and Users Manual for all Sage variometers.

Dittel FSG71 Transceiver
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Installation and Operating manual for the  Walter Dittel radio.

PowerFlarm Portable Product Sheet
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For aircraft where a behind the panel installation is not possible, the PowerFLARM Portable is available for flexible fitting. This device incorporates a display as well as a control knob and can easily be placed e.g. on the glare shield.

PowerFlarm Portable Manual
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A PowerFLARM™ device gets its position and movement information from an internal GPS receiver. The device calculates the predicted future flight path and transmits this information as a short, low-power digital signal burst up to twice per second together with a unique identification code. At the same time, the device receives similar signals from FLARM devices installed in other aircraft and within radio range, as well as from aircraft equipped with ADS-B Out