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Clipper Speed Log Instrument

Clipper Speed Log Instrument

Description

The Clipper Speed Log Instrument features ease of use and display clarity.

Features

  • Trend Indicator show Acceleration And Deceleration
  • Tactile Keypad
  • Complete With Weather Cover And Paddlewheel Unit
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If you are looking for cockpit instruments that feature cutting edge technology yet are intuitively simple to operate, look no further. The outstanding Clipper range of instruments incorporate technically advanced electronics in an industry standard 110mm square case. All Clipper instruments have giant digits and multilevel backlighting. As with all Nasa instruments - they are excellent value too.

Technical Specifications:


  • 40mm high characters
  • Speed (Knots/m.p.h.)
  • Trip Distance (N.Miles / Miles)
  • Total Distance (N.Miles / Miles)
  • Selectable speed averaging
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Clipper Speed Log Instrument CL-S Speed Log Instrument With Transducer And Cover
$249.00
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Clipper Instrument Weather Cover CLZ-WXC Instrument Weather Cover
$11.62
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Clipper Speed Log Repeater CL-SLR Speed Log Repeater
$134.83
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Clipper Paddlewheel Spindle CLZ-PS Paddlewheel Spindle
$11.96
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Clipper Speed Transducer CLZ-SXD Speed Transducer
$44.40
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Clipper Speed Log Paddle Wheel Unit CLZ-PWU Speed Log Paddle Wheel Unit
$62.15
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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