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Garmin GI260 Angle Of Attack Indicator (010-01287-00)

• Provides normalized AOA right in your primary field of view
SKU: 010-01287-00
Manufacturer: Garmin
$425.00
• Provides normalized AOA right in your primary field of view
• Offers both visual and audible stall warnings
• Works with existing G3X™ hardware – just add the indicator

Add the Security of AOA Indication
Your angle of attack (AOA) can be a valuable tool in knowing when a stall might occur. When the angle between your aircraft’s wing and the oncoming airflow becomes too great, there won’t be enough lift to support the plane in flight. The Garmin GI 260 AOA indicator puts this valuable AOA information right in your primary field of view. It uses what’s known as normalized AOA, which provides the most accurate readout possible during critical flight phases like accelerated flight and base-to-final. It provides both visual and audible alerts as a stall becomes increasingly imminent.

The GI 260 requires airspeed input from a GAP 26 pitot tube and a pitch input from a GSU 25 ADHARS. Since these are key components of the G3X™ flight display system, pilots of experimental/amateur built aircraft can add the dedicated AOA indicator to their aircraft by connecting just 4 wires.
• Provides normalized AOA right in your primary field of view
• Offers both visual and audible stall warnings
• Works with existing G3X™ hardware – just add the indicator

Add the Security of AOA Indication
Your angle of attack (AOA) can be a valuable tool in knowing when a stall might occur. When the angle between your aircraft’s wing and the oncoming airflow becomes too great, there won’t be enough lift to support the plane in flight. The Garmin GI 260 AOA indicator puts this valuable AOA information right in your primary field of view. It uses what’s known as normalized AOA, which provides the most accurate readout possible during critical flight phases like accelerated flight and base-to-final. It provides both visual and audible alerts as a stall becomes increasingly imminent.

The GI 260 requires airspeed input from a GAP 26 pitot tube and a pitch input from a GSU 25 ADHARS. Since these are key components of the G3X™ flight display system, pilots of experimental/amateur built aircraft can add the dedicated AOA indicator to their aircraft by connecting just 4 wires.