SAI 340 Quattro

$3,595.00

The SAI 340 Quattro is Four-In-One standby instrument that gives you precision Airspeed, Attitude, Altitude and Slip indications, all in an easy to read EFIS presentation. The Quattro can serve as a cost effective replacement for steam-gauge standby instruments in retrofit EFIS equipped aircraft, providing for a more consistent user interface during emergency operations. It can also be an excellent safety enhancing addition to your traditional six pack panel.

* The FAA has granted SANDIA Aerospace an additional TSO on their popular SAI 340 Quattro multi-function indicator (See full product description below for more information). 

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The SAI 340 Quattro is Four-In-One standby instrument that gives you precision Airspeed, Attitude, Altitude and Slip indications, all in an easy to read EFIS presentation. The Quattro can serve as a cost effective replacement for steam-gauge standby instruments in retrofit EFIS equipped aircraft, providing for a more consistent user interface during emergency operations. It can also be an excellent safety enhancing addition to your traditional six pack panel.

* The FAA has granted SANDIA Aerospace an additional TSO on their popular SAI 340 Quattro multi-function indicator.  In addition to Attitude, Altitude, Airspeed and slip, the SAI 340 is now TSO’d for (I)VSI.  (I)VSI is Instantaneous Vertical Speed.  Unlike a standard VSI that has a 6-8 second lag, the SAI 340 gives virtually immediate vertical speed indications.  The vertical speed is shown on the SAI 340 in both a tape and digital format.  In addition to the (I)VSI, the new software version also adds an adjustable Altitude Bug.

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Weight .51 lbs
Dimensions 3.52 x 3.25 x 1.4 in
Q: What inputs are required for the SAI 340?
— Asked on July 23, 2014
A: Aircraft Power (10-32 Vdc), Ground, Pitot and Static
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Q: Can the Quattro Baro be set in Millibars?
— Asked on July 23, 2014
A: Yes. The installer can set the Baro to Millibars in the configuration mode.
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Q: Does this unit have field selectable panel tilt?
— Asked on December 3, 2014
A: Yes, it is field adjustable.
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Q: Does this unit have an adjustable speed tape markings?
— Asked on December 3, 2014
A: Yes, it is field adjustable.
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Q: Will the unit be TSO'd for all Airspeed, Altitude attitude and slip?
— Asked on December 3, 2014
A: Yes it will.
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Q: Will I be able to replace my vacuum system gyros?
— Asked on December 3, 2014
A: Start a conversation with your shop as this is a basic question for all local FISDO to reply to. Your certified shop with have the correct path to ask the FAA.
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Q: Can this unit replace my vacuum driven system in my aircraft?
— Asked on December 5, 2014
A: Yes in Part 23 Aircraft please follow this link to the FAA AC 91-75: http://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Advisory_Circular/AC91-75.pdf
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Q: Will I need a STC?
— Asked on December 5, 2014
A: Ask your local shop to call upon the FAA FISDO for guidance and to reference AC91-75.
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Q: What is the FAA other Guidance information I can reference?
— Asked on December 5, 2014
A: FAA AC 20-181 - http://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/media/Advisory_Circular/AC_20-181.pdf
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Q: Is there a connector kit supplied with the unit?
— Asked on December 5, 2014
A: Yes, there is a connector kit supplied with the unit.
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