The high-quality KI 206 VOR/LOC/glideslope radio navigation indicator can be used with a GPS system because it does not have a built in converter to block the GPS signal path. Use it along with an annunciator control unit (ACU) to meet the FAA requirements for an instrument flight rules GPS installation. It also features of left-to-right meter movement, as opposed to pendulum, making the device easy to read.
Because the needle remains vertical throughout its range of travel the pilot can better determine the degree of correction needed to stay on course.
It also comes with a to-from indicator, glideslope deviation needle, VOR/LOC and glideslope warning flag, and omnibearing selector (OBS). Chose the optional course datum synchro to link the KI 206 to a compass system such as the KCS 55A. This option saves the pilot from continually manually adjusting the degree of correction.
Use the KI 206 with the KNS 80 NAV/RNAV/DME/glideslope, KNS 81 NAV/RNAV/glideslope, KX 165 NAV/COMM, and the KNR 634 VOR/LOC/GS/MB Receiver (at 400 Hz). Works well with the remote mounted KN 73 or KN 75 glideslope receivers, as well as the KN 72 and KN 77 remote mounted VOR/LOC converters.
Comes internally lit with a grey or black metal bezel and a glass lens. Models available with 5 volt lighting. TSOd.